HEN­RI­ETTA SCHMERLER AND THE MUR­DER THAT PUT ANTHROPOLOGY ON TRIAL

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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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