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"Arapesh warfare": Reo Fortune's veiled critique of Margaret Mead's Sex and temperament2010 American anthropologist 112 (3): 370-83
  • Ira Bashkow
  • Lise M. Dobrin
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; Australasia and Pacific; Melanesia; Papua New Guinea; Arapesh; Criticism; Anthropologists; History of anthropology; Reo Fortune; Margaret Mead
Introduction: on four anthropologists and their histories2009 Pacific studies 32 (2/3): 140-62
  • Virginia Yans
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596introduction to special issue 'The gang of four: Gregory Bateson, Ruth Benedict, Reo Fortune, and Margaret Mead in multiple contexts'
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; Australasia and Pacific; Social change; History of anthropology; Epistemology; Scholarly publishing; Archives; Data collection and analysis; Fieldwork; Anthropologists; Margaret Mead; Reo Fortune; Ruth Benedict; Gregory Bateson
Narrative, voice, and genre in Margaret Mead's Coming of age in Samoa2009 Pacific studies 32 (2/3): 163-201
  • Sharon W. Tiffany
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in special issue 'The gang of four: Gregory Bateson, Ruth Benedict, Reo Fortune, and Margaret Mead in multiple contexts'
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; Australasia and Pacific; New Zealand and Polynesia; Samoa; Gender role and identity; Girls; Narration; Ethnographic writing; Scholarly publishing; Data collection and analysis; Methods in ethnography; Fieldwork; Anthropologists; Margaret Mead
Derek Freeman and Margaret Mead: what did he know, and when did he know it?2009 Pacific studies 32 (2/3): 202-21
  • Paul Shankman
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in special issue 'The gang of four: Gregory Bateson, Ruth Benedict, Reo Fortune, and Margaret Mead in multiple contexts'
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; Australasia and Pacific; New Zealand and Polynesia; Samoa; Methods in anthropology; Academic controversies; Ethnographic writing; Scholarly publishing; Data collection and analysis; Fieldwork; Anthropologists; Margaret Mead; Derek Freeman
Of external habits and maternal attitudes: Margaret Mead, Gestalt psychology, and the reproduction of character2009 Pacific studies 32 (2/3): 222-50
  • Gerald Sullivan
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in special issue 'The gang of four: Gregory Bateson, Ruth Benedict, Reo Fortune, and Margaret Mead in multiple contexts'
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; Australasia and Pacific; Personality; Child rearing; Ethnopsychology; Social interaction; Methods in anthropology; Ethnographic writing; Scholarly publishing; Data collection and analysis; Fieldwork; Anthropologists; Margaret Mead
Clyde Kluckhohn and the new anthropology: from culture and personality to the scientific study of value2009 Pacific studies 32 (2/3): 251-72
  • John S. Gilkeson
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in special issue 'The gang of four: Gregory Bateson, Ruth Benedict, Reo Fortune, and Margaret Mead in multiple contexts'
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; Americas; Australasia and Pacific; North America; United States; Navajo; History of anthropology; Social interaction; Ethnopsychology; Psychiatry; Personality; Culture (the concept); Theoretical models in anthropology; Methods in anthropology; Ethnographic writing; Scholarly publishing; Data collection and analysis; Fieldwork; Anthropologists; Gregory Bateson; Ruth Benedict; Margaret Mead; Clyde Kluckhohn
Dreams of Fortune: Reo Fortune's psychological theory of cultural ambivalence2009 Pacific studies 32 (2/3): 273-98
  • Roger Ivar Lohmann
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in special issue 'The gang of four: Gregory Bateson, Ruth Benedict, Reo Fortune, and Margaret Mead in multiple contexts'
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; Australasia and Pacific; Ethnopsychology; Consciousness; Ambivalence; Dreams; Theoretical models in anthropology; Ethnographic writing; Scholarly publishing; Data collection and analysis; Fieldwork; Anthropologists; Reo Fortune
Rediscovering Reo: reflections on the life and anthropological career of Reo Franklin Fortune2009 Pacific studies 32 (2/3): 299-324
  • Caroline Thomas
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in special issue 'The gang of four: Gregory Bateson, Ruth Benedict, Reo Fortune, and Margaret Mead in multiple contexts'
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; Australasia and Pacific; History of anthropology; Revival; Academic controversies; Ethnographic writing; Scholarly publishing; Data collection and analysis; Fieldwork; Anthropologists; Reo Fortune
'More like fighting than like waiting': Mead, method, and the proper object of knowledge in anthropology2009 Pacific studies 32 (2/3): 325-47
  • Maureen Molloy
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in special issue 'The gang of four: Gregory Bateson, Ruth Benedict, Reo Fortune, and Margaret Mead in multiple contexts'
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; Australasia and Pacific; History of anthropology; Theoretical models in anthropology; Academic controversies; Ethnographic writing; Scholarly publishing; Data collection and analysis; Fieldwork; Anthropologists; Reo Fortune; Margaret Mead
Writing lives: Ruth Benedict's journey from biographical studies to anthropology2009 Pacific studies 32 (2/3): 348-66
  • Judith Schachter
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in special issue 'The gang of four: Gregory Bateson, Ruth Benedict, Reo Fortune, and Margaret Mead in multiple contexts'
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; History of anthropology; Theoretical models in anthropology; Methods in anthropology; Individuals; Biography; Scholarly publishing; Data collection and analysis; Fieldwork; Anthropologists; Ruth Benedict
Ruth Benedict and the study of Thai culture2009 Pacific studies 32 (2/3): 367-91
  • Nicola B. Tannenbaum
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in special issue 'The gang of four: Gregory Bateson, Ruth Benedict, Reo Fortune, and Margaret Mead in multiple contexts'
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; Asia; South-East Asia; Thailand; Thai; History of anthropology; Methods in anthropology; Behaviour; Culture (the concept); Ethnographic writing; Scholarly publishing; Data collection and analysis; Fieldwork; Anthropologists; Ruth Benedict
The ecology of the anthropological mind: Gregory Bateson's influence on three late twentieth-century Pacific scholars2009 Pacific studies 32 (2/3): 392-417
  • Phillip V. Guddemi
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in special issue 'The gang of four: Gregory Bateson, Ruth Benedict, Reo Fortune, and Margaret Mead in multiple contexts'
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; Asia; Australasia and Pacific; South-East Asia; Melanesia; Papua New Guinea; Bali Island; History of anthropology; Epistemology; Methods in anthropology; Ethnographic writing; Scholarly publishing; Data collection and analysis; Fieldwork; Anthropologists; Gregory Bateson
Margaret Mead und Reo Fortune als Ahnen der scientific community2009 Baessler-Archiv (Neue Folge) 57: 7-24
  • Holger Jebens
H6 [BAESSLER-]0005-3856English summary
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; Australasia and Pacific; Melanesia; Papua New Guinea; Sepik river region; Scientific controversies; War and warfare; Ethnographic writing; Participatory research; Fieldwork; Methods in ethnography; Theoretical models in anthropology; Methods in anthropology; Reo Fortune; Margaret Mead; German
The anthropologist's fieldwork as lived world. Margaret Mead and Reo Fortune among the Mountain Arapesh2007 Paideuma 53: 79-87
  • Ira Bashkow
  • Lise M. Dobrin
H6 [PAIDEUMA-]0078-7809
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; Australasia and Pacific; Melanesia; Papua New Guinea; Arapesh; Participatory research; Social interaction; Ethnographic writing; Ethnographers; Fieldwork; Methods in ethnography; Methods in anthropology
"Pigs for dance songs": Reo Fortune's empathetic ethnography of the Arapesh roads2006 Histories of anthropology annual 2: 123-54
  • Ira Bashkow
  • Lise Dobrin
H1 [HISTORIES-]1557-637X
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; Australasia and Pacific; Melanesia; Papua New Guinea; Arapesh; Space; Landscape; Geography; Regional networks; Roads; Fieldwork; Ethnographic writing; Diaries; Manuscripts; History of ethnography; History of anthropology
Margaret Mead, Reo Fortune, and mountain Arapesh warfare2003 American anthropologist 105 (3): 581-91
  • Paul Roscoe
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; General; Women anthropologists; Academic controversies; War and warfare; Work of Derek Freeman; Work of Reo Fortune; Work of Margaret Mead; Samoan islands; Arapesh
Margaret Mead and the culture of forgetting in anthropology: a response to Paul Roscoe2003 American anthropologist 105 (3): 592-5
  • Micaela Di Leonardo
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294see this issue, 581-91
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; General; Women anthropologists; Academic controversies; War and warfare; Work of Derek Freeman; Work of Reo Fortune; Work of Margaret Mead; Samoan islands; Arapesh
'Being honest to my science': Reo Fortune and J.H.P. Murray, 1927-301999 The Australian journal of anthropology 10 (1): 56-76
  • Geoffrey Gray
H6/ KF [AUSTRALIAN-]
Keywords: Cultural ethnography; Australasia and Pacific; Anthropologists; Early twentieth century; History of anthropology
Reo Franklin Fortune: obituary [1903-79]1980 Oceania 51 (1): 2-3
  • P Lawrence
Keywords: General
A tropology of the Dobu mission (in memory of Reo Fortune)1980 Canberra anthropology 3 (1): 86-104
  • M W Young
bibliogr.
Keywords: Ethnography; Cultural anthropology; Pacific; Australasia; Melanesia
Reo Fortune (1903-1979)1980 Canberra anthropology 3 (1): 105-8
  • M W Young
Keywords: General