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;
Dr. Éva Karádi (Hungarian Acvademy of Sciences, Budapest/ HUN);
Gernot Krämer, Redaktion der Zeitschrift "Sinn und Form", Berlin/ GER;
Alexei Kossykh, MA (St. Petersburg/ RUS);
Prof. David Howes (Department of Anthropology, Concordia University, Montreal/ Canada);
Prof. Marek Tamm (Professor of Cultural History, Tallinn University, Latvia);
Prof. Matteo Bortolini (Associate Prof., Department of Sociology, University of Padova).
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.