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Social Science Native American Studies

Native North American interaction patterns

edited by Regna Darnell & Michael K. Foster

Canadian Museum of History
Initial publish date
Jan 1988
Native American Studies
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Twelve papers of a 1982 conference brought together anthropologists, linguists and educators with a common interest in Native language use and non-verbal communications. Their findings will be of interest to those concerned with Native interactions between Natives and non-Natives in North America.

About the authors

Regna Darnell is Distinguished University Professor of Anthropology Emerita at the University of Western Ontario. She is coeditor of The Franz Boas Papers, Volume 1: Franz Boas as Public Intellectual—Theory, Ethnography, Activism (Nebraska, 2015). Darnell is the general editor of the multivolume series The Franz Boas Papers: Documentary Edition and co-editor of the Critical Studies in History of Anthropology series. 

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