SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

REFERENCES

  • DeLaguna, Fredrica. 1954. Tlingit Ideas about the Individual. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 10:172192.
  • Devereux, George. 1969. Reality and Dream: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian. New York University Press.
  • Dorsey, George, and A. L. Kroeber 1903. Traditions of the Arapaho. Publication 81 Vol. V, Anthropological Series. Chicago, The Field Museum.
  • Dumont, Louis. 1965. The individual in two types of society. Contributions of Indian Sociology VIII: 1299.
  • Fortes, Meyer. 1971. On the Concept of the Person among the Tallensi. Proceedings of Colloques Internationaux du centre National de Recherchu Scientifique 544. La Nation de personne en Afrique Noire, pp. 284319.
  • Geertz, Clifford. 1974. From the Native's Point of View: On the Nature of Anthropological Understanding. American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Bulletin 28(1):2643.
  • Grinnell, George B.. 1962. By Cheyenne Camp fires. University of Nebraska Press.
  • Grinnell, George B.. 1972. The Cheyenne Indians (paperback, 2 vols). Yale University Press.
  • Hallowell, A. Irving. 1960. Ojibwa Ontology, Behavior, and World View, Culture in History (S.Diamond, ed.), Columbia University Press. (Page numbers in text are from Columbia Paperback Edition, S. Diamond, ed., Primitive Views of the World, pp. 49–82, 1964). (Also Bobbs-Merrill reprint A-101).
  • Heller, Karen. 1970. The Contrary, a Liminal Persona. MA thesis, University of Chicago.
  • Hultkrantz, Ake. 1953. Conceptions of the Soul among North American Indians. The Ethnographic Museum of Stockholm.
  • Kelly, George. 1955. The Psychology of Personal Constructs (2 vols.). W. W. Norton.
  • Kluckhohn, Clyde. 1959. The Philosophy of the Navaho Indians, Readings in Anthropology (M.Fried, ed.), vol. 2. Thomas Crowell.
  • Marriott, Alice and Carol Rachlin. 1972. American Indian Mythology. Thomas Crowell.
  • Mauss, Marcel. 1938. Une categorie de l'esprit humain: la notion de personne, celle de moi. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 68:263282.
  • Moore, John. 1974. A Study of Religious Symbolism among the Cheyenne Indians. Ph.D. dissertation. New York University.
  • Petter, Rodolphe. 1915. English-Cheyenne Dictionary. Kettle Falls, Mennonite Publications. (Annotated edition in Newberry Library, Chicago).
  • Powell, Father Peter J.. 1969. Sweet Medicine (2 vols.). University of Oklahoma Press.
  • Radin, Paul. 1927. Primitive Man as Philosopher. Appleton.
  • Redfield, Robert. 1953. The Primitive World and its Transformations. Cornell University Press.
  • Sapir, Edward. 1938. Why Cultural Anthropology needs the Psychiatrist. Psychiatry 1:712.
  • Sooktis, Rubie. 1974. MSS. prepared for Religion Center, Ashland, Montana.
  • Spindler, George, and Louise Spindler. 1971. Dreamers without Power. The Menomini Indians. Holt, Rinehart, Winston.
  • Stands-in-Timber, John, and Margot Liberty. 1967. Cheyenne Memories. Yale University Press.
  • Storm, Hyemeyohsts. 1972. Seven Arrows. Harper and Row.
  • Straus, Anne (Sawyer) 1976. Being Human in the Cheyenne Way. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago.
  • Valentine, Charles. 1963. Men of Anger and Men of Shame: Lakalai Ethnopsychology and its Implications for Sociopsychological Theory. Ethnology 2(4):441478.
  • Wallace, Anthony F. C.. 1958. Dreams and Wishes of the Soul: A Type of Psychoanalytic Theory among the Seventeenth-century Iroquois. American Anthropologist 60:234248.