(c) Robert Borofsky (Webmaster, 2006)


Robert Borofsky

Robert Borofsky is Professor of Anthropology at Hawaii Pacific University . He has written Making History (about the construction of indigenous and anthropological knowledge on a Polynesian Atoll), edited three books (Developments of Polynesian Ethnology, with Alan Howard, Assessing Cultural Anthropology. and Remembrance of Pacific Pasts) as well as written on another key anthropological controversy (the apotheosis of Captain James Cook). He is editor of the California Series in Public Anthropology, Director of the Center for a Public Anthropology, and webmaster of the www.publicanthropology.org website.





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