Standard Name: Mead, Margaret
Birth Name: Margaret Mead
primitive societies and those of the contemporary USA, reached a large and popular audience. She is regularly seen as one of the founders of modern anthropology, though her work was controversial from the beginning, attracting vitriolic as well as favourable responses. She also published works about contemporary culture, some of her letters, a book for children, and a volume of autobiography.was a United States anthropologist whose works, many of them concerned with sexuality or gender and full of comparisons between the customs of
Mead, Margaret, and James Baldwin. A Rap on Race. Lippincott, 1971, p. 256 pp.
Mead, Margaret. Blackberry Winter. W. Morrow, 1972.
Mead, Margaret, and Franz Boas. Coming of Age in Samoa. W. Morrow, 1928.
Mead, Margaret. Growing up in New Guinea. W. Morrow, 1930.
Mead, Margaret. Letters from the Field, 1925-1975. Harper and Row, 1977.
Mead, Margaret. Male and Female. W. Morrow, 1949, p. xii; 477 pp.
Mead, Margaret. Ruth Benedict. Columbia University Press, 1974, p. viii; 180 pp.
Mead, Margaret. Sex and Temperament in Three Primitive Societies. W. Morrow, 1935.
Mead, Margaret. The Changing Culture of an Indian Tribe. Columbia University Press, 1932, p. xiv; 313 pp.