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Upon [encountering] the Pearl of the Orient : my foretaste of anthropology /

Statement of responsibility: Wilton S. Dillon
by Dillon, Wilton S.
Type: materialTypeLabelComputer fileDescription: 32 p. application/.doc 160 KB.Size of Unit: 160 KBOnline resources: Click here to access online General Note(s):
"Smithsonian Senior Scholar Wilton S. Dillon Reflects on his Days as a Soldier in the Philippines in late 1945 including a Graphic Account of the Yamashita Trial""Draft of a chapter for a book by Wilton S. Dillon of anthropological memoirs to be added to a manuscript whose centerpiece is entitled “An American Anthropologist in Paris.” The rest of the manuscript will deal with recent uses of the Ruth Benedict and Margaret Mead legacies manifest in the Research on Contemporary Cultures (RCC) Project at Columbia University in the wake of World War II"Owner: Virginia Review of Asian Studies (virginiareviewofasianstudies.com)
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"Smithsonian Senior Scholar Wilton S. Dillon Reflects on his Days as a Soldier in the Philippines in late 1945 including a Graphic Account of the Yamashita Trial"

"Draft of a chapter for a book by Wilton S. Dillon of anthropological memoirs to be added to a manuscript whose centerpiece is entitled “An American Anthropologist in Paris.” The rest of the manuscript will deal with recent uses of the Ruth Benedict and Margaret Mead legacies manifest in the Research on Contemporary Cultures (RCC) Project at Columbia University in the wake of World War II"

Virginia Review of Asian Studies (virginiareviewofasianstudies.com)

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