HyperGeertz 1960-1969


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and contains all publications (= directly or indirectly noted public contributions
by Prof. Clifford James Geertz, PhD (1926-2006), made public between 1960 & 1969.

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1960


 

Books

 

60Beng1
The religion of Java. Glencoe/Il./USA 1960: The Free Press (XV, 392 p.; see the preliminary versions 56Weng5, 57Weng1, 58Weng1). 

 

Articles & Book chapters

 

60Aeng1
The Javanese Kijaji: the changing role of a cultural broker, in: Comparative Studies in Society and History (London/UK & New-York/N.Y./USA: Cambridge University Press), vol. 2 no. 2 (1960), pp. 228-249.

60Aeng2
Indonesia: sense and sensibility, in: The New Leader: a biweekly of news and opinion (New-York/N.Y./USA: The New Leader Publ. Assoc., publ. for the American Labor Conference on International Affairs), vol. 43 no. 1 (1960), pp.19-22.

60Aeng3
Book review
, in: Science (Washington/D.C./USA: American Association for the Advancement of Science; New Series, vol. 131 no. 3416 (Jun. 17, 1960)), pp. 1801-1802 (on: Van Gennep, Arnold: "The Rites of Passage", London/UK 1960: Routledge & Kegan Paul; translated from French by Vizedom, Monika, & Caffee, Gabrielle L.).

60Aeng4
Book review
, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc.: American Anthropological Association), vol. 62 (1960), no. 6, pp. 1096-1097 (on: Belo, Jane: "Trance in Bali", New-York/N.Y./USA 1960: Columbia University Press).

 


1961


 

Articles & Book chapters

 

61Aeng1
Studies in peasant life: community and society, in: Siegel, Bernard Joseph (ed.): Biennal Review of Anthropology (Stanford/Ca./USA: Stanford University Press), vol. 2 (1961/1962), pp. 1-41.

61Aeng2
Book review, in: Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (s'Gravenhage/NED: Martinus Nijhoff), vol. 117 no. 4 (1961), pp. 498-502 (on: Swellengrebel, Jan Lodewijk/ Wertheim, Wim F., et al.: "Bali: life, thought and ritual", Den-Haag/NED 1960: W. van Hoeve).

61Aeng3

Book review, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc.: American Anthropological Association), vol. 63 (1961), no. 3, pp. 604-606 (on: Robert van Niel: "The emergence of the modern Indonesian elite", Den-Haag/NED 1960: W. van Hoeve).

Working papers & Collaborations

 

61Weng1
The integrative revolution: primordial sentiments and civil politics in the new states. s.l. (= sine loco). (s.n. = sine nomine). (76 leaves, typoscript; caption title; on front page "Working draft: not for quotation. January 1961"; held (only) by the University of Chicago library, Chicago/Il./USA).

Reprints

 

61Reng1

Impact of capital intensive agriculture on peasant social structure: case study by Clifford Geertz, in: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for International Studies. Economic Development Program. India Project (ed.): India Project Papers 1955-1961, Cambridge/Ma./USA 1961: Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Center for International Studies, pp. ? (chapter 6); held f.e. by the Yale University Library, Cambridge/Ma./USA ( = reprint of 56Weng3).

 


1962


 

Articles & Book chapters

 

62Aeng1
The growth of culture and the evolution of mind, in: Scher, Jordan Mayer (ed.): Theories of the mind. New-York/N.Y./USA 1962: The Free Press of Glencoe, pp. 713-740. 

62Aeng2
Social change and economic modernization in two Indonesian towns: a case in point, in: Hagen, Everett Einar (ed.): On the Theory of Social Change: How Economic Growth Begins, Homewood/Ill./USA 1962: The Dorsey Press, pp. 385-407
(= short version of 59Weng2).

62Aeng3
The rotating credit association: a "middle rung" in development, in: Economic Development and Cultural Change (Chicago/Il./USA: University of Chicago Press), vol. 10 no. 3 (1962), pp. 241-263 (based on the draft version 56Weng4).

62Aeng4

Book review, in: Journal of Asian Studies (Ann-Arbor/Mi./USA: Association for Asian Studies), vol. 21 (1962), pp. 413-416 (book review essay on: (1) Dohrenwend, Barbara Snell: "Some factors related to autonomy and dependence in twelve Javanese villages", Ithaca/N.Y./USA 1957: Modern Indonesia Project, Southeast Asia Program, Dept. of Far Eastern Studies, Cornell University; (2) Dutch East Indies: Coolie Budget Commission: "Living Conditions of Plantation Workers and Peasants on Java, 1939-40. Final report", Ithaca/N.Y./USA 1956: Modern Indonesia Project, Southeast Asia Program, Dept. of Far Eastern Studies, Cornell University; (3) Burger, Dionijs Huibert: "Structural changes in Javanese society: the supra-village sphere", Ithaca/N.Y./USA 1956: Modern Indonesia Project, Southeast Asia Program, Dept. of Far Eastern Studies, Cornell University; (4) Koentjaraningrat, Raden Mas: "Some social-anthropological observations of gotong rojong practices in two villages of central Java", Ithaca/N.Y./USA 1961: Modern Indonesia Project, Southeast Asia Program, Dept. of Far Eastern Studies, Cornell University).

62Aeng5

Book review, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc.: American Anthropological Association), vol. 64 (1962), no. 6, pp. 1310-1311 (on: Homans, George Caspar: "Sentiments and activities: essays in social science", New-York/N.Y./USA 1962: The Free Press of Glencoe). 

 


1963


 

Books

 

63Beng1
Agricultural involution: the process of ecological change in Indonesia. Berkeley/Ca./USA 1963: University of California Press, publ. for the Association of Asian Studies (Ann-Arbor/Mi./USA); (XX, 176 p.). 

63Beng2
Peddlers and princes: social change and economic modernization in two Indonesian towns (Modjokuto, Java & Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia). Chicago/Il./USA 1963: University of Chicago Press (VIII, 162 p.; coll. "Comparative studies of new nations"; based on 59Weng2; incorporating 62Aeng2). 

63Beng3
(editor for the Committee for the Comparative Study of New Nations, at the University of Chicago)
Old societies and new states: the quest for modernity in Asia and Africa. New-York/N.Y./USA 1963: The Free Press of Glencoe & London/UK 1963: Collier-Macmillan (VIII, 310 p.); 

Articles & Book chapters

 

63Aeng1
The integrative revolution: primordial sentiments and civil politics in the new states, in 63Beng3, pp.105-157 (see the draft version 61Weng1). 

63Aeng2
The socio-cultural context of policy in Southeast Asia, in: Henderson, William Roy (ed.): Southeast Asia: problems of United States policy. Cambridge/Ma./USA 1963: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, pp. 54-70 (note: = "Papers, presented at a conference on United States policy in Southeast Asia in New York in May 1963"; see also 63Weng1).

63Aeng3
Book review, in: American Sociological Review (Albany/N.Y./USA: American Sociological Association), vol. 28 no.2 (1963), p. 304 (on: Soemardjan, Selo K.P.H.: "Social changes in Jogjakarta", Ithaca/N.Y./USA 1962: Cornell University Press).

63Aeng4
Modernization in a Moslem society: the Indonesian case, in: Quest (Mumbai [Bombay]/IND: Quest Publ.), no. 39, Oct./Dec. 1963, pp. 9-17 (note: = "Report at a conference held in Manila in 1963 under the auspices of the Congress for Cultural Freedom"). 

Interviews, Oral & Audiovisual presentations

 

63Ieng1
The transition to humanity. Washington/D.C./USA 1963: Voice of America; Department of State: U.S. Information Agency (10 p., caption title; note on page 1: "The voice of America forum lectures: anthropology series no.3"; transcript of the original radio broadcast November 1963 (no. 3 of the series); registered also as "Applied anthropology documentation project no. aa1172"; offprint version; see the later versions 63Weng2 & 64Aeng5); also available as audio recording (see below).

Working papers & Collaborations

 

63Weng1
The socio-cultural context of policy in Southeast Asia, in: Cady, John Frank (ed./ comp.): The historical background of American policy. Athens/Oh./USA 1963: Ohio University (10 p.; on front page "Working paper, prepared for the Asia Society and Association for Asian studies conference on U.S. policy in Southeast Asiaí 1963; not for quotation"; = short version of 63Aeng2; held (only) by the Ohio University Library, Athens/Oh./USA).

63Weng2
(with Sol Tax and many others)
The Voice of America Forum lectures 1963-[1964]
Washington/D.C./USA 1963 [-1964]: Voice of America; Department of State: U.S. Information Agency
(set of transcripts published from November 1963 onwards, ca. 210 pp.) (containing as no. 3 the first transcription of 63Ieng1).

63Weng3

Culture: A Critical Review of Concepts and Definitions, by Kluckhohn, Clyde Kay M.; Kroeber, Alfred Louis (eds.), with the assistance of Wayne [W.] Untereiner, appendices by Alfred G. Meyer; and collaboration by Clifford Geertz, Jr.; Hobson, Richard; Griffith, Charles; Patrick, Ralph); New York/ NY/ USA 1963: Alfred A. Knopf & Random House (series "Vintage Books"; (435 p.);

63Weng4
(with Hildred Geertz)
Ethnography of Psychiatry and Mental Health, research proposal (senior fellowship) at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH, Rockville/Md./USA) 1963 (to be found in the NIMH-archives, open only to direct local search, no digital files available yet).


1964


 

Articles & Book chapters

 

64Aeng1
'Internal conversion' in contemporary Bali, in: Bastin, John Sturgus/ Roolvink, Roelof (eds.): Malayan and Indonesian studies: essays presented to Sir Richard Winstedt on his eighty-fifth birthday. Oxford/UK 1964: Clarendon Press, pp. 282-302. 

64Aeng2
Ideology as a cultural system, in: Apter, David Ernest (ed.): Ideology and discontent. New-York/N.Y./USA 1964: The Free Press of Glencoe (note: = "The international yearbook of political behavior research", vol. 5), pp. 47-76. 

64Aeng3
(with Geertz, Hildred Storey)
Teknonymy in Bali: parenthood, age-grading and genealogical amnesia, in: Man: Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland (London/UK: The Royal Anthropological Institute etc.), vol. 94 no. 2 (1964), pp. 94-108.

64Aeng4
Tihingan: a Balinese village, in: Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (s'Gravenhage/NED: Martinus Nijhoff), vol. 120 no. 1 (1964), pp. 1-33. 

64Aeng5
The transition to humanity, in. Tax, Sol (ed.): Horizons of anthropology. Chicago/Il./USA 1964: Aldine Publ. Co., pp. 37-48 (= slightly revised printed version from 63Ieng1, see also the transcription/ preliminary version in 63Weng2). 

64Aeng6

Book review, in: Journal of Political Economy (Chicago/Il./USA: Univ. of Chicago Press), vol. 72 (1964), no. 5, p. 527-528 (on: Herman Freudenberger: "The Waldstein Woolen Mill, Noble Entrepreneurship in Eighteenth-Century Bohemia", Boston/Ma./USA 1963: Harvard University, Kress Library Publications).

64Aeng7

A Study of National Character, in: Economic Development and Cultural Change (Chicago/Il./USA: University of Chicago Press), vol. 12 no. 2 (1964), S. 205f. (= book review on: Pye, Lucien W.: "Politics, Personality, and Nation Building", New Haven/Ct./USA 1962: Yale University Press).

Translations

 

64Tjap1
("The religion [of] Java", Japanese title not transcribed)/
アジア・アフリカ 文/ 献調査報告 (by): Clifford Greertz (sic !), Tokyo/JAP 1964: Publisher not transcribed (21 p.; held (only) by the Tokyo University library, Tokyo/JAP; = partial translation of the paperback edition of  60Beng1 "The religion of java" (trad.: 口羽, 益生

Reprints

 

64Reng1
Ritual and social change: a Javanese example, in: Schneider, Louis W. (ed.): Religion, culture and society: a reader in the sociology of religion. London/UK 1964 & Sidney/ NSW/ AUS 1964 & New-York/ N.Y./ USA 1964: John Wiley, pp. 122-142 (= reprint of 57Aeng2).

64Reng2
The Slametan, a Javanese ritual, in: Hammond, Peter B. (ed.): Cultural and social anthropology: selected readings. New-York/N.Y./USA etc. 1964: Macmillan & Co., pp. 308-311.

 


1965


 

Books

 

65Beng1
The social history of an Indonesian town. Cambridge/Ma./USA 1965: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press (V, 217 p.; see 56Weng1 &
56Weng2). 

Articles & Book chapters

 

65Aeng1
Religion as a cultural system, in: Lessa, William Armand/ Vogt, Evon Zartman (eds.): Reader in comparative religion: an anthropological approach/ 2nd revised & enlarged edition. New-York/N.Y./USA etc. 1965: Harper & Row, pp. 204-213 (note and text information:  = abridged first print of a paper at the "Conference on New Approaches in Social Anthropology, Jesus College, Cambridge University, Cambridge/UK, June 1963").

65Aeng2
Modernization in a Muslim society: the Indonesian case, in: Bellah, Robert Neelly (ed.): Religion and progress in modern Asia. New-York/N.Y./USA 1965: The Free Press of Glencoe, pp. 92-108 (note: = "Reports of a conference held in Manila in 1963 under the auspices of the Congress for Cultural Freedom"; slightly revised version of 63Aeng4, now including excerpts and summaries of the discussions at the conference). 

65Aeng3

Book review, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc.: American Anthropological Association), vol. 67 (1965) no.1, pp. 197-198 (on: Zartman, Ira William: "Morocco: problems of new power", New-York/N.Y./USA 1964: Atherton Press).

Working papers and Collaborations

 

65Weng1

The impact of the concept of culture on the concept of man, s.l (sine loco), s.n. (sine nomine), s.a. (sine anno) [1965] (caption title; addition: "annotated & preview Xerox copy; two pages on one side of each leaf"), from Platt, John Rader (ed.): New views of the nature of man ( = 66Aeng2, pp. 93-188).

Translations

 

65Tind1
Tihingan, sebuah desa di Bali, in: Batjaan [Bagian] sosiologi pedesaan (Bogor/Jawa/IND: Bogor Agricultural University, Fakultas Partanian, Departemen Sosial-Ekonomi [ed.]; Diperbanjak oleh Kooperasi "Mahatan" [print]), vol. 1 (1965), pp. 1-39 (= translation of 64Aeng4; trad./ ditjermahkan: Koentjaraningrat, Raden Mas; ed.: Kampto Utomo);

Reprints

 

65Reng1
The integrative revolution: primordial sentiments and civil politics in the new states, in: Welch, Claude Emerson (ed.): Political modernization: a reader in comparative political change. Belmont/Ca./USA 1965: Wadsworth Publ. Co., pp. 204-262 (= reprint of 63Aeng1). 

 


1966


 

Books

 

66Beng1
Person, time, and conduct in Bali: an essay in cultural analysis. New-Haven/Ct./USA 1966: Yale University Press: ed. by the Department of Southeast Asia Studies (distributor: Cellar Book Shop, Detroit/Mi./USA), (III, 85 p.; caption title; note: = "Cultural report series, no. 14").

Articles & Book chapters

 

66Aeng1
Religion as a Cultural System, in: Banton, Michael Parker (ed.): Anthropological approaches to the study of religion. London/UK 1966: Tavistock  & New-York/N.Y./USA 1966: Frederick A. Praeger Press (note: = "Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK & the Commonwealth: Monograph no. 3"), pp. 1-46 (= full version of 65Aeng1). 

66Aeng2
The impact of the concept of culture on the concept of man, in: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (Chicago/Il./USA: The Atomic Scientists of Chicago), vol. 22 no. 4 (April 1966), pp. 2-8 (note: lecture at "The Monday Lectures, University of Chicago", Spring 1965).

66Aeng3
(with Schneider, David M.)
Anne Parsons (1930-1964), in: Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion (Storrs/Ct./USA: Society for the Scientific Study of Religion), vol. 4 no. 2 (1966), p. 182.

66Aeng4
Are the Javanese mad?, in: Encounter (London/UK: Encounter Ltd.), vol 26 no. 8 (1966), pp. 86-88.

 

66Aeng5
Book review, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc.: American Anthropological Association), vol. 68 no. 2 (1966), pp. 242-243 (on: Hooykaas, Christiaan: "Agama Tirtha: five studies in Hindu-Balinese religion", Amsterdam/NED 1964: Noord-Hollandsche Uitgevers Maatschappij).

Interviews, Oral & Audiovisual presentations

 

66Ieng1
(symposium with: Hodgson, Marshall G. S./ Fogelson, Raymond David/ Miller, Robert/ Singer, Milton/ Fallers, Lloyd A. W./ Shils, Edward)
The impact of the scientific study of religion on religious beliefs around the world today, participation as discussant at: The annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific of Religion 1966: Center for Continuing Education, University of Chicago (Chicago/Il./USA), October 28-29, 1966; on Saturday, October 29, 1966,  2:30-5:30 p.m. (audio recording available at the archive of the Center for Continuing Education, University of Chicago); 

Translations

 

66Tpor1
A transição para a humanidade, in: Tax, Sol (ed.): Panorama de antropologia. São-Paulo/BRA 1966: Fundo de Cultura, pp. 31-43 (= translation of 64Aeng5; a preliminary Portuguese version was circulating as mimeo since 1965; trad./ tradução: Messias, Nuño). 

Reprints

 

66Reng1
Curing, sorcery, and magic, in: Scott, William Richard/ Volkart, Edmund Howell (eds.): Medical care: readings in the sociology of medical institutions. New-York/N.Y./USA etc. 1966: John Wiley, pp. ? (= partial reprint of 60Beng1, chapter 8).

 

66Reng2
The impact of the concept of culture on the concept of man, in: Platt, John Rader (ed.): New views of the nature of man. The Monday Lectures, University of Chicago, Spring 1965, Chicago/Il./USA 1966: University of Chicago Press, pp. 93-118 (= [revised, enlarged and corrected] reprint of 66Aeng2).

 


1967


 

Articles & Book chapters

 

67Aeng1
Politics past, politics present: some notes on the uses of anthropology in understanding the new states, in: Archives EuropÈennes de Sociologie (Paris/FRA: Plon), vol. 8 no.1 (1967), pp. 1-14 (note: = "Lecture at the section ëSociology and anthropologyí, Sociological world congress in Evian/FRA, September 1966"). 

67Aeng2
The cerebral savage: the structural anthropology of Claude Levi-Strauss, in: Encounter (London/UK: Encounter Ltd.), vol. 28 no. 4 (April 1967), pp. 25-32. 

67Aeng3
Under the mosquito net, in: The New York Review of Books (New-York/N.Y./USA: A. W. Ellsworth, etc.), vol. 15 no. 15 (September 14, 1967), pp. 3-4 (= Book review essay on: (1) Malinowski, Bronislaw Kasper: "A Diary in the Strict Sense of the Term", London/UK 1967: Routledge & Kegan Paul; (2) idem: "Coral Gardens and their Magic I: Soil Tilling and Agricultural Rites in the Trobriand Islands (1935)", Bloomington/In./USA 1965(2): Indiana University Press; (3) idem: "Coral Gardens and their Magic II: The Language of Magic and Gardening (1935)", Bloomington/In./USA 1966(2): Indiana University Press).

Interviews, Oral & Audiovisual presentations

 

67Ieng1
In search of Islam. Religious change in Indonesia, The Dwight Harrington Terry Lecture (Yale University, New Haven/Ct./USA), delivered fall 1967 (audio recordings available, archive of the Yale Divinity School; published later as part of 68Beng1)

Translations

 

67Tjap1
ジャワのキヤ: 文化的仲介者の変動する役割, in: [長井信一訳/ ed.] ジャワ ノ キヤイ Kijaji : ブンカテキ チュウカイシャ ノ ヘンドウ スル ヤクワリ>, Tokyo/JAP 1967: アジア経済研究所 (39 p. = translation of 60Aeng1 "The Javanese Kijaji"; trad. by: ?).

Reprints

 

67Reng1
Ritual and social change: a Javanese example, in: Demerath, Nicholas Jay, III./ Peterson, Richard Allan (eds.): System, change and conflict: a reader on contemporary sociological theory and the debate over functionalism. New-York/N.Y./USA 1967: The Free Press of Glencoe, pp. 231-254 (= reprint of 57Aeng2).

67Reng2
Form and variation in Balinese village structure, in: Potter, Jack Meyers/ Diaz, May N./ Foster, George McClelland (eds.): Peasant society: a reader. Boston/Ma./USA etc. 1967: Little, Brown & Company, pp. 255ff. (= reprint of 59Aeng1).

67Reng3
Social change and economic modernization in two Indonesian towns: a case in point, in: Dalton, George W. (ed.): Tribal and peasant economies: readings in economic anthropology. Garden City/N.Y./USA 1967: The Natural History Press, published for the American Museum of Natural History, pp. 366-394 (= reprint of 62Aeng2). 

67Reng4
Tihingan: a Balinese Village, in: Koentjaraningrat, Raden Mas (ed.): Villages in Indonesia. Ithaca/N.Y./USA 1967: The Cornell University Press & Jakarta/Jawa/IND 1967: Penerbitan Universitas, pp. 210-243 (= reprint of 64Aeng4). 

67Reng6
The transition to humanity, in: Korn, Noel/ Thompson, Fred W. (eds.): Human evolution: readings for physical anthropology. New-York/N.Y./USA etc. 1967: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, pp. 113-122 (= reprint of 64Aeng5).

 


1968


 

Books

 

68Beng1
Islam observed: religious development in Morocco and Indonesia. New-Haven/Ct./USA 1968: Yale University Press (XII, 136 p.; note = "The Dwight Harrington Terry Foundation lectures" (at the Yale University, 1967), vol. 37; = 67Ieng1).

Articles & Book chapters

 

68Aeng1
Thinking as a moral act: ethical dimensions of anthropological fieldwork in the new states, in: The Antioch Review (Yellow-Springs/Oh./USA: Antioch Review Inc.), vol. 28 no. 2 (1968), pp. 34-159. 

68Aeng2
Religion: anthropological study, in: Sills, David Lawrence (ed.): International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences (16 volume edition). New-York/N.Y./USA 1968: Macmillan & Co., vol. 13 (Psyc-Samp), pp. 398-406 (chapter "religion" with Bellah, Robert Neelly/ Dittes, James E.). 

68Aeng3
Village, in: Sills, David Lawrence (ed.): International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences (16 volume edition). New-York/N.Y./USA 1968: Macmillan & Co., vol. 16 (Thorn-Zoos), pp. 318-322. 

68Aeng4
We can claim no special gift for violence, in: The New York Times Magazine (New-York/N.Y./USA: H. J. Raymond & Co.), April 28, 1968, p. 25.

 

68Aeng5

Book review, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc.: American Anthropological Association), vol. 70 (1968), no. 6, pp. 1209-1210 (on: Bernard Gilbert Hoffman: "The structure of traditional Moroccan rural society",  Den-Haag/NED etc. 1967: Mouton).

68Aeng6

Book review, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc: American Anthropological Association), Vol. 70 (1968) no. 2, pp. 394-396 (on: Wallace, Anthony F. C.: "Religion; an anthropological view", New-York/N.Y./USA 1966: Random House).

68Aeng7

Book review, in: Man. New series (London/UK: The Royal Anthropological Institute etc.), vol 3 (1968) no. 2, pp. 325-326 (on: Freedman, Maurice J. (ed.): "Social organization: essays presented to Raymond Firth", Chicago/Il./USA 1967: Aldine Publ.).

Reprints

 

68Reng1
Ethos, world-view and the analysis of sacred symbols, in: Dundes, Alan (ed.): Every man his way: readings in cultural anthroplogy. Englewood-Cliffs/N.J./USA etc. 1968: Prentice-Hall, pp. 301-315 (= reprint of 57Aeng1).

68Reng2
Ritual and social change: a Javanese example, in: Eisenstadt, Shmuel Noah (ed.): Comparative perspectives on social change. Boston/Ma./USA etc. 1968: Little, Brown & Company, pp. ? (= reprint of 57Aeng2).

68Reng3
Linguistic etiquette, in: Fishman, Joshua Aaron (ed.): Readings in the sociology of language. Den-Haag/NED 1968 & Paris/FRA 1968: Mouton, pp. 282-295 (= partial reprint of 60Beng1).

 

68Reng4
(with Geertz, Hildred Storey)
Teknonymy in Bali: parenthood, age-grading and genealogical amnesia, in: Bohannan, Paul James/ Middleton, John (eds.): Marriage, familiy and residence. Garden City/N.Y./USA 1968: The Natural History Press, pp. ? (= reprint of 64Aeng3).

68Reng5
The transition to humanity, in: Washburn, Sherwood Larned/ Jay, Phyllis Carol (eds.): Perspectives on human evolution. New-York/N.Y./USA etc. 1968: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, pp. 117ff. (= reprint of 64Aeng5).

 

68Reng6
The impact of the concept of culture on the concept of man, in: Cohen, Yehudi Ashmun (ed.): Man in adaptation: the cultural present. Chicago/Il./USA 1968: Aldine Pub. Co., pp. 16-29 (2nd edition 1974; = reprint of 66Aeng2).

68Reng7
Concept of culture and concept of man, in: Social Education (Arlington/Va./USA: National Council for the Social Studies etc.), vol. 32 no. 2 (1968), pp. 147-152 (= reprint of 66Aeng2).

68Reng8
The cerebral savage: on the work of Claude Lévi-Straus, in: Manners, Robert Alan/ Kaplan, David H. (eds): Theory in anthropology: a sourcebook. Chicago/Il./USA 1968: Aldine Publishing Co., pp. 551-558 (= reprint of 67Aeng2).

68Reng9
Sawah, in: Cohen, Yehudi A. (ed.): Man in adaptation: the cultural present. Chicago/Il./USA 1968: Aldine Publishing Co., pp. 331-337 (= partial reprint of 63Beng1).

 

68Reng10
Religious belief and economic behavior in a central Javanese town, in: Eisenstadt, Shmuel Noah (ed.): The Protestant ethic and modernization: a comparative view. New-York/N.Y./USA etc. 1968: Basic Books, pp. ? (= reprint of 56Aeng1).

 


1969


 

Articles & Book chapters

 

69Aeng1
Myrdal's mythology: "Modernism" and the Third World, in: Encounter (London/UK: Encounter Ltd.), vol. 30 no. 7 (1969), pp. 26-34 (= Book review on: Myrdal, Gunnar: "Asian drama: an inquiry into the poverty of nations", Harmondsworth/UK etc. 1968: Penguin Books).

 

69Aeng2
(with Malia, Martin Edward/ Parsons, Talcott/ Revelle, Roger/ Weil, Eric)
On the languages of the humanistic sciences, in: Daedalus (Cambridge/Ma./USA: American Academy of Arts and Sciences), vol. 98 no. 4 (1969), pp. 981f.

 

69Aeng3
Gandhi: non-violence as therapy, in: The New York Review of Books (New-York/N.Y./USA: A.W. Ellsworth, etc.), vol. 17 no. 20 (November 20, 1969), pp. 1-2 (= Book review on: Erikson, Erik Homburger: "Gandhi's truth: on the origins of militant non-violence", New-York/N.Y./USA 1969: W. W. Norton Co.). 

Reprints

 

69Reng1
Two types of ecosystems: inner vs. outer Indonesia,  in: Vayda, Andrew Peter (ed.): Environment and cultural behavior: ecological studies in cultural anthropology. Garden City/N.Y./USA 1969: The Natural History Press, published for American Museum of Natural History, pp. 3-28 (= partial reprint (chapter 2) of 63Beng1). 

69Reng2
Modernization in a Muslim society: the Indonesian case, in: Tilman, Robert O. (ed.): Man, state, and society in contemporary Southeast Asia. New-York/N.Y./USA etc. 1969: Frederick A. Praeger Press, pp. 201-211 (= reprint of 65Aeng2).

 

69Reng3
Religion as a cultural system, in: Cutler, Donald Robert (ed.): The religious situation: 1968/ The first in a series of annual volumes. Boston/Ma./USA 1969: Beacon Press, pp. 639-688 (= reprint of 66Aeng1).