HENRIETTA SCHMERLER AND THE MURDER THAT PUT ANTHROPOLOGY ON TRIAL
by Gil Schmerler A promising Columbia doctoral student, whose mentors included Margaret Mead and Franz Boas, was raped and murdered on an Apache reservation in 1931. Until this book, the story has been told primarily by self-interested anthropologists, a selfpromoting FBI, and a sensationalizing press. 9781365964084 • Paper, $14.95
269 Pages • Nonfiction
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