file is part of HyperGeertz©WorldCatalogue(HTM)*
and contains all acknowlwdgements and thanks for help and additional information in compiling this database.
* (HTM) HyperGeertz is a protected Hypertext-Trademark by Austrian law (UrhRG 1936 idgF 2006, Par. 21 & 24 iVm 40a).
Bibliographical information of such a wide range cannot be compiled - aside from exploiting electronic ressources and roaming the world wide web - without reliable direct, personal sources and personal help on clarifying uncertain aspects around the published work of Clifford Geertz.
For personal help and information we wish to thank:
Prof. Antonia A. d'Onofrio (Center for education, Widener University, Chester/Pa./USA),
Maksymilian Kapelanski (Translator Polish-English, Toronto/Ont./Canada);
Tomiko Uchino (Secretary, Fukuoka Asian Culture Prize Committee, Fukuoka City/Japan);
Dr. Christian Enichlmayr (Librarian [electronic library], Johannes Kepler University Library/ now director, Upper Austrian State Library, Linz/Austria);
Elliott Shore (Librarian, Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton/N.J./USA);
Nina Myatt (Secretary, Antiochiana collection, Antioch College, Yellow Springs/Oh./USA);
Prof. em. Gunther S. Stent (Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California, Berkeley/Ca./USA);
Prof. Henry Munson Jr. (Department of Anthropology, University of Maine, Orono City/Mn./USA);
Thomas E. Mertes (Administrative analyst, Center for Social Theory and Comparative History, University of California, Los Angeles/Ca./USA);
Cynthia F. Pawlek and Prof. em. Dale F. Eickelman (Department of Anthropology, Dartmouth College, Hanover/N.H./USA);
Prof. Wilbert M. Gesler (Department of Geography, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill/N.C./USA);
Prof. Surendra K. Gambhir (Center of South Asia Regional Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia/Pa./USA);
Prof. Sal Restivo (Department of Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy/N.Y./USA);
Prof. em. James H. Tully (Department of Philosophy, McGill University, Montreal/Canada & [current] Department of Political Science, Victoria University, Victoria/B.C./Canada);
Prof. Nicholas K. Blomley (Department of Geography, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver/Canada);
Prof. William A. Graham (Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University, Cambridge/Ma./USA)
Alfredo Landmann (Editorial secretary, Gedisa Publishers, Barcelona/Spain);
Alexis Rivier (Librarian, University Library, Genava/Switzerland);
Prof. Sandra Silberstein & Prof. Gerry Philipsen (Department of English, University of Washington, Seattle/Wa./USA);
Prof. Tony L. Garner (College of Education, University of Georgia, Athens/Ga./USA);
Prof. Keith H. Basso (Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque/N.M./USA);
Dr. Koolhof, Kirtjo (Librarian, Library of the Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Royal Institute for Linguistics and Anthropology, Leiden/NL),
Erica Mosner, Archival Assistant, Shelby White and Leon Levy Archives Center, Historical Studies-Social Science Library, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey;
and those many anonymous librarians, who helped us covering the many reprints of Clifford Geertz’ works in collective volumes by their habit of adding content notes to their entries.