HyperGeertz 1960-1969


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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 1960 & 1969.

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1960


 

Books

 

60Beng1
The religion of Java. Glencoe/Il./USA 1960: The Free Press (series "Contemporary Javanese life" vol. 1; no ISBN-number; XV, 392 pp.;

 

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), ISSN
0010-4175, 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),
ISSN 0028-6044, vol. 43 no. 1 (1960), pp.19-22.

60Aeng3
Book review
, in: Science (Washington/D.C./USA: American Association for the Advancement of Science), ISSN 0036-8075 (New Series), vol. 131 no. 3416 (Jun. 17, 1960), pp. 1801-1802.

60Aeng4
Book review
, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc.: American Anthropological Association),  ISSN 0002-7294, vol. 62 no. 6 (1960), pp. 1096-1097.

 


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), ISSN: 0067-8503, vol. 2 (1961/1962), pp. 1-41.

61Aeng2
Book review, in: Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (s'Gravenhage/NED: Martinus Nijhoff),
ISSN 1383-5408, vol. 117 no. 4 (1961), pp. 498-502.

61Aeng3

Book review, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc.: American Anthropological Association), ISSN 0002-7294, vol. 63 no. 3 (1961), pp. 604-606.

61Aeng4

(with Lloyd Fallers, Morris Janowitz)

Test Resumption Discussed; Question Declared Basic Issue of Our Foreign Policy (letter to the editor), in: The New York Times (The NY Times Company: New York/N.Y./USA), ISSN 0362-4331, issue of December 16, 1961, Section FOOD FASHIONS FAMILY FURNISHINGS, p. 24.

61Aeng5

Aspects of Mankind Examined Provocatively, in: The Chicago Tribune (Chicago/Ill./USA: Tribune Publishing), ISSN 1085-6706, Sunday, June 18, 1961, p. 131.

 

Interviews, Oral & Audiovisual presentations

 

61Ieng1
Asian Studies and the Disciples (II): Political Science, the Theory of Federalism and Asian Studies, participation as discussant at a session (same title) at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Asian Studies, Chicago, March 28, 1961.


 

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).

 

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, no ISBN-number, pp. 713-740. 

62Aeng2
Social change and economic modernization in two Indonesian towns: a case in point, in: Hagen, Everitt Einar (ed.): On the Theory of Social Change: How Economic Growth Begins, Homewood/Ill./USA 1962: The Dorsey Press, OCLC-number 959742994, pp. 385-407.

62Aeng3
The rotating credit association: a "middle rung" in development, in: Economic Development and Cultural Change (Chicago/Il./USA: University of Chicago Press), ISSN 1539-2988, vol. 10 no. 3 (1962), pp. 241-263

62Aeng4

Book review essay, in: Journal of Asian Studies (Ann-Arbor/Mi./USA: Association for Asian Studies), ISSN 0021-9118, vol. 21 (1962), pp. 413-416.

62Aeng5

Book review, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc.: American Anthropological Association), ISSN 0002-7294, vol. 64 no. 6 (1962), pp. 1310-1311.

62Aeng6

Book review, in: Journal of the American Oriental Society (New Haven/Ct./USA: American Oriental Society), ISSN: 0003-0279, vol. 82, vo. 1 (Jan. - Mar. 1962), p. 139.

 


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;
ISBN 0520004590; XX, 176 pp.). 

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 (
ISBN 0226285146; VIII, 162 pp.).

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 (no ISBN-number; VIII, 310 pp.); 

Articles & Book chapters

 

63Aeng1
The integrative revolution: primordial sentiments and civil politics in the new states, first printed in 63Beng3 "Old societies and new states", pp.105-157.

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, ISBN 0262080168, pp. 54-70.

63Aeng3
Book review, in: American Sociological Review (Albany/N.Y./USA: American Sociological Association), ISSN 0003-1224; vol. 28 no.2 (1963), p. 304

63Aeng4
Modernization in a Moslem society: the Indonesian case, in: Quest (Mumbai [Bombay]/IND: Quest Publ.), ISSN 0976-2000; no. 39, Oct./Dec. 1963, pp. 9-17.

63Aeng5

Book review, in: American Scientist (Research Triangle Park/NC/USA: Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society), ISSN 0003-0996, vol. 51, no. 1 (March 1963), p. 64.

 

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 pp., caption title).

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 pp.);

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.)

63Weng3

Culture: A Critical Review of Concepts and Definitions, by Kluckhohn, Clyde Kay M.; Kroeber, Alfred Louis (eds.): New York/ NY/ USA 1963: Alfred A. Knopf & Random House (series "Vintage Books"; OCLC-number 255956075; 435 pp.).

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


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, OCLC-number 475673222; 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, ISBN 0029007607; 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.), no ISSN-number; 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), ISSN 0006-2294; 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., ISBN 0202361403; pp. 37-48.

64Aeng6

Book review, in: Journal of Political Economy (Chicago/Il./USA: Univ. of Chicago Press), ISSN 0022-3808; vol. 72 no. 5 (1964), pp. 527-528.

64Aeng7

A Study of National Character, in: Economic Development and Cultural Change (Chicago/Il./USA: University of Chicago Press), ISSN 0013-0079; vol. 12 no. 2 (1964), S. 205f.

 

Interviews, Oral & Audiovisual presentations

 

64Ieng1
Religious Modernization in Bali, presentation at a "Supper Conference" of the Wenner-Gren Foundation, New York/NY/USA, April 24, 1964.

 

Translations

 

64Tjap1
The religion Java (excerpt?, no Japanese title), in: アジア・アフリカ文献調査報告, 第35 (Asia and African Literature Survey Report, Vol. 35),  東京 1964: アジア・アフリカ文献調査委員会 (Tokyo/JAP: Asian and African Literature Review Committee), 21 pp.

(21 pp.);

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,
ISBN 0471762059; pp. 122-142

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., ISBN 0023497602pp. 308-311.

 


1965


 

Books

 

65Beng1
The social history of an Indonesian town. Cambridge/Ma./USA 1965: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press (no ISBN-number; V, 217 pp.;

65Beng2

(lecture texts; with Willard F. Libby; George Wald; Derek de la Solla Price; Roger W. Sperry; James M. Redfield)
The Monday Lectures, University of Chicago, Spring 1965, Chicago/Ill./USA: University of Chicago (department of anthropology papers), no ISBN-number, 158 pp.   

 

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,
ISBN 0060439912; pp. 204-213.

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,
ISBN 0029024102; pp. 92-108.

65Aeng3

Book review, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc.: American Anthropological Association), ISSN 0002-7294, vol. 67 (1965) no.1, pp. 197-198.

65Aeng4

(with Lloyd A. Fallers and Morris Janowitz)

The Policy Proposals: "A Negotiated Stalemate", in: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (Chicago/Il./USA: The Atomic Scientists of Chicago), ISSN: 0096-3402, vol. 21 no. 6 (June 1965), pp. 42-43.

 

Interviews, Oral & Audiovisual presentations

 

65Ieng1

The Chicago lectures: "The Impact of the Concept of Culture on the Concept of Man", lecture, University of Chicago/Ill./USA (spring 1965), first radio broadcast by the Chicago Public Radio WEBZ 91,5 FM, October 7, 1965.

 

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).

Translations

 

65Tidn1
Tihingan, sebuah desa di Bali, in: Batjaan [Bagian] sosiologi pedesaan (Bogor/Jawa/IDN: Bogor Agricultural University, Fakultas Partanian, Departemen Sosial-Ekonomi [ed.]; Diperbanjak oleh Kooperasi "Mahatan" [print]), no ISSN-number, vol. 1 (1965), pp. 1-39

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., ISBN 0878729828; pp. 204-262

 


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), (
ISBN 0598551581; III, 85 pp.; caption title)

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, ISBN 0415611555; pp. 1-46.

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), ISSN: 0096-3402, vol. 22 no. 4 (April 1966), pp. 2-8.

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), ISSN 0021-8294; vol. 4 no. 2 (1966), p. 182.

66Aeng4
Are the Javanese mad?, in: Encounter (London/UK: Encounter Ltd.), ISSN ‎0013-7073; vol 26 no. 8 (1966), pp. 86-88.

 

66Aeng5
Book review, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc.: American Anthropological Association), ISSN 0002-7294; vol. 68 no. 2 (1966), pp. 242-243.

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;

66Ieng2

The Impact of of the Concept of Culture on the Concept of Man, radio lecture, Public Affairs Forum, KOUM/ Radio K, 770 AM/ 106,5 FM (


 

Translations

 

66Tpor1
A transição para a humanidade, in: Tax, Sol (ed.): Panorama de antropologia. São-Paulo/BRA 1966: Fundo de Cultura, no ISBN-number; pp. 31-43.

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, no ISBN-number; pp. ?

 

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, ISBN 0226670805; pp. 93-118

 


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), ISSN: 0003-9756, vol. 8 no.1 (1967), pp. 1-14.

67Aeng2
The cerebral savage: the structural anthropology of Claude Levi-Strauss, in: Encounter (London/UK: Encounter Ltd.), ISSN ‎0013-7073; 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.), ISSN 0028-7504; vol. 15 no. 15 (September 14, 1967), pp. 3-4

67Aeng4

The True Measure of Man, in: Star Tribune (Minneapolis/MN/USA: Star Tribune Media Company), ISSN 0895-2825, Sunday, February 12, 1967, p. 40.

 

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

Translations

 

67Tjap1

ジャワのキヤイ Kijaji : 文化的仲介者の変動する役割 (Jawa no kiyai Kijaji: Bunka-teki chūkai-sha no hendō suru),  東京 1967: タイトル読み (Tokyo/JAP: Asian Economic Research Institute), 所内資料調査研究 (Institutional Materials, Research Division), no. 41-34; 39 pp.

 

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, no ISBN; pp. 231-254.

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, no ISBN; pp. 255ff.

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, ISBN 029278015X; pp. 366-394.

67Reng4
Tihingan: a Balinese Village, in: Koentjaraningrat, Raden Mas (ed.): Villages in Indonesia. Ithaca/N.Y./USA 1967: The Cornell University Press & Jakarta/Jawa/IDN 1967: Penerbitan Universitas, ISBN 0801402328; pp. 210-243.

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, ISBN 0030193214; pp. 113-122.


1968


 

Books

 

68Beng1

(with Lawrence Rosen & Hildred Geertz)
Islam observed: religious development in Morocco and Indonesia. New-Haven/Ct./USA 1968: Yale University Press (
ISBN 0226285111; XII, 136 pp.;

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.), ISSN
0003-5769, 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), ISBN 0028957105; 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), ISBN 0028957105; 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.),
ISSN 0028-7822, April 28, 1968, p. 25.

68Aeng5

Book review, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc.: American Anthropological Association), ISSN 0002-7294; vol. 70 (1968), no. 6, pp. 1209-1210.

68Aeng6

Book review, in: American Anthropologist (Washington/D.C./USA etc: American Anthropological Association), ISSN 0002-7294; vol. 70 (1968) no. 2, pp. 394-396.

68Aeng7

Book review, in: Man. New series (London/UK: The Royal Anthropological Institute etc.), ISSN 0025-1496, vol 3 (1968) no. 2, pp. 325-326

68Aeng8

Book review, in: Journal of Southeast Asian History (ed: Department of History, Univ. Singapore/SG; pub: Cambridge/UK: Cambridge University Press), ISSN 0217-7811,  vol. 9 no. 1 (1968), pp. 164-165.

68Aeng9

Indonesia's Political Prisoners (letter to the editor), in: The New York Times (New-York/N.Y./USA: H. J. Raymond & Co.), ISSN 0028-7822, April 14, 1968, Section E, p. 17.

 

Reprints

 

68Reng1
Ethos, world-view and the analysis of sacred symbols, in: Dundes, Alan (ed.): Every man his way: readings in cultural anthropology. Englewood-Cliffs/N.J./USA etc. 1968: Prentice-Hall, no ISBN-number; pp. 301-315.

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, ISBN 1135393206; pp. 94-113.

68Reng3
Linguistic etiquette, in: Fishman, Joshua Aaron (ed.): Readings in the sociology of language. Den-Haag/NED 1968 & Paris/FRA 1968: Mouton, ISBN 9027915288; pp. 282-295.

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, no ISBN-number; pp. ?

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,
ISSN 0090-0745; pp. 117ff.

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., ISBN 0202011100; pp. 16-29.

68Reng7
Concept of culture and concept of man, in: Social Education (Arlington/Va./USA: National Council for the Social Studies etc.), ISSN 0037-7724,
vol. 32 no. 2 (1968), pp. 147-152.

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.

68Reng9
Sawah, in: Cohen, Yehudi A. (ed.): Man in adaptation: the cultural present. Chicago/Il./USA 1968: Aldine Publishing Co., ISBN 0202011100; pp. 331-337.

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, no ISBN-number; pp. 309-342.

 


1969


 

Articles & Book chapters

 

69Aeng1
Myrdal's mythology: "Modernism" and the Third World, in: Encounter (London/UK: Encounter Ltd.), ISSN ‎0013-7073; vol. 30 no. 7 (1969), pp. 26-34.

69Aeng2
(with Malia, Martin Edward/ Parsons, Talcott/ Revelle, Roger/ Weil, Eric)
The languages of the humanistic sciences, in: Daedalus (Cambridge/Ma./USA: American Academy of Arts and Sciences), ISSN 0011-5266; vol. 98 no. 4 (1969), pp. 978-1028

 

69Aeng3
Gandhi: non-violence as therapy, in: The New York Review of Books (New-York/N.Y./USA: A.W. Ellsworth, etc.), ISSN 0028-7504; vol. 17 no. 20 (November 20, 1969), pp. 1-2.

 

Working papers and Collaborations

 

69Weng1

A brief, informal, unscholarly, disorderly, creative memorandum on methods of studying social change in Anthropology,  unpublished manuscript by C. Geertz, in: The Clifford Geertz Papers 1930s-2007. Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library, Chicago/Ill./USA, Box 215, f 11.

 

Interviews, Oral & Audiovisual presentations

 

69Ieng1

Kinship and Locality, participation and lecture at the conference (same title), Aug 23 - Sept 11, 1969, Burg Wartenstein, Austria, organized by David M. Schneider (USA) and Louis Dumont (FRA), for the Wenner-Gren Founmdation.

69Ieng2
(with Renée Dubos, Gerald Holton, Edward Shils, Curt Stern)

Commentaries on Robert R. Wilson "My Fight against Team Research" and on Alvin M. Weinberg "Scientific Terms and Scientific Laboratories", plenary session, conference on "Transforming Conceptions of Modern Science" (Bellagio Center of the Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio/Lake Como, ITA); April 23 - 25, 1969.

 

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, ISBN 0385069154; pp. 3-28.

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, ISBN 0269992928; pp. 201-211.

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,
ISSN  0486-3666; pp. 639-688.