Cold War anthropology : the CIA, the Pentagon, and the growth of dual use anthropology
- Price, David H., 1960- author.
- Durham ; London : Duke University Press, 2016.
- Physical Description
- 452 p. ; 23 cm.
- United States. Central Intelligence Agency.
- Anthropology > Political aspects > United States > History > 20th century.
- Anthropologists > Political activity > United States > History > 20th century.
- Military intelligence > United States > History > 20th century.
- Science and state > United States > History > 20th century.
- Cold War.
- United States > History > 1945-
- David H. Price.
- Cold War political-economic disciplinary formations -- Political economy and history of American Cold War intelligence -- World War II long shadow -- Rebooting professional anthropology in the postwar world -- After the shooting war: centers, committees, seminars, and other Cold War projects -- Anthropologists and state: aid, debt, and other Cold War weapons of the strong intermezzo -- Anthropologists' articulations with the National Security State -- Cold War anthropologists at the CIA: careers confirmed and suspected -- How CIA funding fronts shaped anthropological research -- Unwitting CIA anthropologist collaborators: MK-Ultra, human ecology, and buying a piece of anthropology -- Cold War fieldwork within the intelligence universe -- Cold War anthropological counterinsurgency dreams -- The AAA confronts military and intelligence uses of disciplinary knowledge -- Anthropologically informed counterinsurgency in Southeast Asia -- Anthropologists for radical political action and revolution within the AAA -- Untangling open secrets, hidden histories, outrage denied, and recurrent dual use themes.
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