The Psychoanalytic Study of Society, V. 16
Essays in Honor of A. Irving Hallowell
Edited by L. Bryce Boyer, Ruth M. Boyer
Routledge – 1992 – 338 pages
Volume 16 offers appreciations of A. Irving Hallowell by M. Spiro, R. Fogelson, and E. Bourguignon. Additional topics include Kagwahiv dream beliefs (W. Kracke); experiences of the self in Papua New Guinea (F. Poole); house design and the self in an African culture (R. & S. LeVine); circumcision and biblical narrative (M. Lansky & B. Kilborne); and cultic elements in early Christianity (W. Meissner).
1. Afred Irving Hallowell: An Appreciation, Spiro 2. A. Irving Hallowell and the Study of Cultural Dynamics, Fogelson 3. A. Irving Hallowell, the Foundations of Psychological Anthropology and Altered States of Consciousness, Bourguinon 4. The Self and Kagwahiv Dream Beliefs, Kracke 5. Cultural Schemas and Experiences of the Self Among the Bimin-Kuskusmin of Papua New Guinea, Poole 6. House Design and the Self in African Culture, LeVine, LeVine 7. Mazes of Meaning: The Exploration of Individuality in Culture and of Culture Through Individual Constructs, Briggs 8. Rorschaching in North America in the Shadow of Hallowell, Spindler 9. Behavioral Education Beyond the Advent of Culture, Schwartz 10. Idiosyncracy and the Problem of Shared Understandings: The Case of a Pakistani Orphan, Ewing 11. Circumcision and Biblical Narrative, Lansky, Kilborne 12. Cultic Elements in Early Christianity: Rome, Corinth, and the Johannine Community, Meissner