Bohannan, Paul (James)
BOHANNAN, Paul (James)
BOHANNAN, Paul (James). American, b. 1920. Genres: Anthropology/Ethnology, Human relations/Parenting. Career: Oxford University, Lecturer in Social Anthropology, 1951-56; Princeton University, New Jersey, Associate Professor of Anthropology, 1956-59; Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, Stanley G. Harris Professor of Social Sciences, 1959-75; University of California at Santa Barbara, Professor of Anthropology, 1976-82; University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Professor, and Dean of Social Sciences and Communications, 1982-87, Professor Emeritus, 1987-. Publications: (with L. Bohannan) The Tiv of Central Nigeria, 1953; Justice and Judgment among the Tiv, 1957; Social Anthropology, 1963; Africa and Africans (in U.K. as African Outline), 1964, 3rd ed., 1988; (with L. Bohannan) Tiv Economy, 1968; All the Happy Families, 1984; We, the Alien, 1991; Discovering the Alien, 1991; How Culture Works, 1995; Asking and Listening, 1998; Culture as Given, Culture as Choice, 1999. EDITOR: (and contrib.) African Homicide and Suicide, 1960; (with G. Dalton) Markets in Africa, 1962; (and contrib.) Divorce and After, 1970; (with M. Glazer) High Points in Anthropology, 1973. Address: 1610 N Tamarack St, Visalia, CA 93291, U.S.A.
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