HAU

Vol 1, No 1 (2011)

The G-Factor of Anthropology: Archaeologies of Kin(g)ship

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14318/hau1.1

Cover Page

Edited by Giovanni da Col (Cambridge) and Stéphane Gros (CNRS)

The phoneme that separates the English words "kinship" and "kingship" deserves to be known as the "g" factor in history.
– Luc de Heusch

Table of Contents

Front & Back Matter

Front & Back Matter
 
i–v

Editorial

Foreword: The return of ethnographic theory
Giovanni da Col, David Graeber
vi–xxxv

Themed Articles

David Graeber
1–62
Marshall Sahlins
63–101
Gregory Schrempp
103–139
Alberto Corsín Jiménez
141–157
Roy Wagner
159–177
Chris Gregory
179–209

Varia

Laura Nader
211–219
Anna M. Mann, Annemarie M. Mol, Priya Satalkar, Amalinda Savirani, Nasima Selim, Malini Sur, Emily Yates-Doerr
221–243

Unedited

Marilyn Strathern
245–278
Kingship and divinity: The unpublished Frazer Lecture, Oxford, 28 October 1982
Edmund R. Leach
279–298

Forum

Von Hügel’s curiosity: Encounter and experiment in the new museum
Nicholas Thomas
299–314

Translations

Bodies, kinship and power(s) in the Baruya culture
Maurice Godelier
315–344
Begetting ordinary humans
Maurice Godelier
345–389
Begetting extraordinary humans
Maurice Godelier
391–406

Reprints

The divine kingship of the Shilluk of the Nilotic Sudan: The Frazer Lecture, 1948
E .E. Evans-Pritchard
407–422
The place of grace in anthropology
Julian Pitt-Rivers
423–450
Some muddles in the models: or, how the system really works
David M. Schneider
451–492