Paul Radin

Paul Radin

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Paul Radin (April 2, 1883February 21, 1959) was a widely-read American anthropologist of the early twentieth century. A student of Franz Boas at Columbia, the Lodz-born Radin counted Edward Sapir and Robert Lowie among his classmates. He began years of productive fieldwork among the Winnebago Indians (now properly the Ho-Chunk Nation) in 1908. His books are several, but his most enduring publication to date is "The Trickster" (1956), which includes essays by pioneering Greek-myth scholar Karl Kerényi and psychoanalyst C.G. Jung.

Radin taught at a number of colleges and universities, including Kenyon College in 1947, 1949-52.

ources/Further Reading

Writings by Radin

*Radin, Paul 1927 "Primitive Man As Philosopher" (with an introduction by Dewey)
*Radin, Paul 1956 "The Trickster: A Study in Native American Mythology"

Writings on Radin

*Diamond, Stanley (ed.) 1960 "Culture in History: Essays in Honor of Paul Radin." New York: Columbia UP
*Lindberg, Christer 2000 "Paul Radin: The Anthropological Trickster," in "European Review of Native American Studies" 14(1)
*Lurie, N.O. 1988 "Relations Between Indians and Anthropologists," in "Handbook of North American Indians," Vol. 4. Washington, DC.

External links

* [http://hotcakencyclopedia.com/ho.Radin@APS.html Paul Radin's Winnebago Notebooks] at the American Philosophical Library
* [http://www.marquette.edu/library/collections/archives/Mss/PR/PRmain.html Paul Radin Papers] Special Collection at Marquette University Libraries


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