An Interview with Margaret Mead

An Interview with Margaret Mead

Margaret Mead FW07354 / FC 7354

Cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead looks back over her exceptional career, discussing with Howard Langer her interest in "primitive" societies, her first fieldwork experiences, and insightful observations on the American character.

Year Released 1959
Record Label Folkways Records
Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
Copyright 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / 1959 Folkways Records
Country(s) United States
Language(s) English
Subject(s) Instructional; Music--Juvenile; Spoken word

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101 Introduction Margaret Mead 1:00
102 Anthropology as a Career Margaret Mead 4:10
103 Primitive Societies Margaret Mead 6:23
104 Morals Margaret Mead 4:41
201 Americans Margaret Mead 1:30
202 Americans Margaret Mead 1:24
203 Communications Margaret Mead 2:27
204 Study of Anthropology Margaret Mead 4:13
205 Study of Anthropology Margaret Mead 1:23
206 Plans for the Future Margaret Mead 2:38
207 Advice to Young People Margaret Mead 1:13
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