HyperGeertz 1949-1959


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and contains all publications (= directly published or indirectly noted as  public contributions
by Prof. Clifford James Geertz, PhD (1926-2006), made public between 1949 & 1959.

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1949


 

Interviews, Oral & Audiovisual presentations

 

49Ieng1

Discussion on values: objective or relative?, at: Antioch College, class of 1949 (spring 1949), informal "Veteran generation discussions", as noted by David Ernest Apter (in: On Clifford Geertz, in: Daedalus (American Academy of Arts and Sciences/ MIT Press), vol. 136, no. 3 (summer 2007), pp. 111-113).

Working papers and Collaborations

 

49Weng1
Senior Paper in Philosophy (15 pages ?). Yellow Springs/Oh.: Antioch College, Class of Philosophy 1946-1950 (chair: George Geiger).


1950


 

Articles & Book chapters

 

50Aeng1
(with Storey-Geertz, Hildred))

Editorial, in: IDIOM (Student magazine at Antioch College, Yellow-Springs/Oh./USA), vol.1 no. 1 (Winter 1950), p. 1 (held (only) by the Antiochiana Archive at the Antioch College/Yellow-Springs/Oh./USA ).

 


1951


 

Working papers and Collaborations

 

51Weng1
Drought, death and alcohol in five Southwestern cultures. A report of the values study (by) Cliff (sic!) Geertz, Jr., Cambridge/Ma./USA 1951: Harvard University, Graduate School: Social Relations Department (119 leaves, typoscript; caption title (in the text declared as) "Research report").


1952


 

Working papers and Collaborations

 

52Weng1

Culture: A Critical Review of Concepts and Definitions, by Kluckhohn, Clyde Kay M.; Kroeber, Alfred Louis (eds.), with the assistance of Wayne [W.] Untereiner, and appendices by Alfred G. Meyer): Cambridge/Ma./USA 1952: Peabody Museum (435 p.).

 


1954


 

Interviews, Oral & Audiovisual presentations

 

54Ieng1
Discussion with Stocking, George William Jr. - on Kluckhohn, Clyde Kay M., Harvard University, spring 1954, private recollection by George W. Stocking, made - indirectly - public in:

 


1955


 

Articles & Book chapters

 

55Aeng1

Book review, in: Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies (Cambridge/Ma./USA: Harvard-Yenching Institute), ISSN 0073-0548, vol.18 (1955), pp. 462-465.

Working papers and Collaborations

 

55Weng1
Religious belief and economic behavior in a central Javanese town: some preliminary remarks. s.l. (sine loco), s.n. (sine nomine), s.a. (sine anno) [1955]; (33 leaves, typoscript, caption title (dated in the text and there declared as "Working draft");

 


1956


 

Articles & Book chapters

 

56Aeng1
Religious belief and economic behavior in a central Javanese town: some preliminary considerations,
in: Economic Development and Cultural Change (Chicago/Ill./USA: University of Chicago Press),
ISSN: 0013-0079
, vol. 4 no. 2 (1956), pp. 134-158.

56Aeng2
Capital intensive agriculture in a peasant society: a case study, in: Social Research: an international quarterly of political and social science (New-York/N.Y./USA: New School for Social Research),
ISSN 1944-768X
, vol. 23 no. 4 (1956), pp. 433-449 

Working papers and Collaborations

 

56Weng1
The development of the Javanese economy: a socio-cultural approach. Cambridge/Ma./USA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Center for International Studies (130 leaves; caption title);

56Weng2
The social context of economic change: an Indonesian case study. Cambridge/Ma./USA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); Center for International Studies (CIS) (179 leaves; caption title);

56Weng3
The impact of capital-intensive agriculture on peasant social structure: a case study. Cambridge/Ma./USA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Center for International Studies (20 leaves; caption title;

56Weng4
The rotating credit association: an instrument for development. Cambridge/Ma./USA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Center for International Studies ( 51 leaves; caption title);

56Weng5
Religion in Modjokuto: a study of ritual and belief in a complex society, by Clifford James Geertz, Jr.; Cambridge/Ma./USA: Harvard University (4, IV, 574 leaves; = Ph.D. Thesis; director: Prof. Cora DuBois).

 


1957


 

Articles & Book chapters

 

57Aeng1
Ethos, world-view and the analysis of sacred symbols, in: The Antioch Review (Yellow-Springs/Oh./USA: Antioch Review Inc.), ISSN
0003-5769, vol. 17 no. 4 (1957), pp. 421-437. 

57Aeng2
Ritual and social change: a Javanese example, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc.: American Anthropological Association), ISSN 0002-7294, vol. 59 no.1 (1957), pp. 32-53. 

Working papers and Collaborations

 

57Weng1
Modjokuto studies. 2 vols: vol.1: Modjokuto study: Abangan religion, Santri religion (381 leaves); vol. 2: Modjokuto study: Prijaji religion (244 leaves). Cambridge/Ma./USA 1957: Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Center for International Studies

57Weng2
Indonesia's Economic Stabilization and Development, by Higgins, Benjamin Howard; New-York/N.Y./USA 1957: Institute of Pacific Relations.

 


1958


 

Working papers and Collaborations

 

58Weng1
Modjokuto: religion in Java. Cambridge/Ma./USA 1958: Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Center for International Studies (2 vols.: XVI, 206 + 520 leaves).

58Weng2
Bali/ (by) Clifford Geertz, University of California, in: The Tarn [Nathaniel F.] Papers, Section IV: Anthropology & General Scholarship, Burma etc.: U.S. Files (1958 - late 60s); 1 TLS (?), ? pages. 

58Weng3

Form and Variation in Balinese Village Structure. November 1958, in: The Pauker [Guy Jean] Papers, Hoover Institution Library and Archives, Stanford/Ca./USA, box 14 folder 9 (there: 38 pp.).


1959


 

Articles & Book chapters

 

59Aeng1
Form and variation in Balinese village structure, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc: American Anthropological Association),
ISSN 0002-7294, vol. 61 no. 4 (1959), pp. 991-1012.

59Aeng2
The Balinese village, in: Skinner, George William (ed.): Local, ethnic and national loyalities in village Indonesia: a symposium. New-Haven/Ct./USA 1959: Yale University (Graduate School: Southeast Asian Studies; Cultural Report Series no. 8; distributed in cooperation with the Institute of Pacific Relations, New-York/N.Y./USA), OCLC-number 1073911147, pp. 34-41

59Aeng3

Book review, in: Journal of Asian Studies (Ann Arbor/Mi./USA: Association for Asian Studies), vol. 3 (1959), ISSN 0021-9118, pp. 398-399 (on: van Nieuwenhuijze, Christoffel Anthonie Olivien: "Aspects of Islam in Post-Colonial Indonesia. Five Essays" (Den Haag/NED 1958: W. van Hoeve).

59Aeng4

Book review, in: Pacific Historical Review (Berkeley/Ca./USA: Univ. of California Press), ISSN 0030-8684, vol. 2 (1959), p. 199.

 

Working papers and Collaborations

 

59Weng1
(with Geertz, Hildred)
The Balinese kinship system. s.l. [Cambridge/Ma./USA 1959]: s.n. [Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Center for International Studies] (115 leaves, typoscript; caption title).

59Weng2
Social change and economic modernization in two Indonesian towns: a case in point/ by Clifford Geertz. (s.l. = sine loco), (s.n. = sine nomine). (20 leaves, typoscript; caption title).

59Weng3
Balinese religion in transition. (7 leaves, typoscript; caption title).

59Weng4
Ethnic vs. national loyalties in the Indonesian village: the Javanese
village,  February 1959, in: The Pauker [Guy Jean] Papers, Hoover Institution Library and Archives, Stanford/Ca./USA, box 41 folder 13 (12 pp.).

59Weng5
(together with Eggan, Fred Russell; Fallers, Lloyd A. ("Tom"); Firth, Raymond William; Fortes, Meyer; Redfield, Robert; Schneider, David. M.; Warner, William L.; Washburn, Sherwood L.)
Proposal for an Anglo-American Journal of Social Anthropology, unpublished paper, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University, Stanford/Ca./USA (4 p., typoscript; caption title)