By Lenora Foerstel, Angela Gilliam
The mythical Margaret Mead replaced americans' perspectives of themselves via pertaining to details gathered from distant peoples to our society. This paintings offers a multicultural outlook on Margaret Mead, scrutinizing her function and impression on Western anthropology, colonialism, and strategic and company pursuits within the South Pacific.
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Confronting the Margaret Mead Legacy: Scholarship, Empire, and the South Pacific by Lenora Foerstel, Angela Gilliam