Includes correspondece, a paper by Beth A. Conklin and Laura Graham entitled "Forging a Middle Ground: Amazonian Indians and Eco-Politics," a paper by Herbert S. Lewis entitled "On the Parlous State of Anthropology Today," a paper entitled "Toast on Ice: The Ethnopsychology of the Winter-Over Experience in Antarctica," and comments on "Like Mirrors They Break."
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Terence Turner papers, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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