Professor Margaret Bruchac publishes new book on the nature of early relationships between anthropologists and Indigenous informants

In her new book, Savage Kin: Indigenous Informants and American Anthropologists, Professor Margaret M. Bruchac details the bicultural relationships formed between early anthropologists and their Indigenous interlocutors. Focussing on the complex partnerships between 'scholar' and 'informant,' Prof. Bruchac explores the complicated foundations from which anthropological scholarship drew its early knowledge of Indigenous communitites.

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