Derek Freeman - Selected Works

Selected Works

  • 1953 Family and Kin among the Iban of Sarawak. Cambridge University.
  • 1955 Iban agriculture; a report on the shifting cultivation of hill rice by the Iban of Sarawak, Colonial Office Research Study No. 19 (London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office)
  • 1957. Iban pottery. Sarawak Museum Journal 8
  • 1957 The family system of the Iban of Borneo. In Jack Goody (ed.) The developmental cycle in domestic groups (Cambridge Papers in Social Anthropology, No. 1), pp. 15–52. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • 1960 The Iban of Western Borneo. In G.P. Murdock (ed.) Social structure in Southeast Asia, pp. 65–87. Chicago: Quadrangle Books.
  • 1961. Social Stratification in Polynesia. by Marshall D. Sahlins, Man, Vol. 61, (Aug. 1961), pp. 146–148
  • 1961. On the Concept of the Kindred. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland Vol. 91, No. 2, 1961. pp. 192–220
  • 1964. Some Observations on Kinship and Political Authority in Samoa. American Anthropologist, 66: 553–568
  • 1965. Samoa: A Matter of Emphasis. American Anthropologist, 67: 1534–1537.
  • 1966. Social anthropology and the scientific study of human behaviour. Man. New Series, Vol. 1, No. 3 (Sep. 1966), pp. 330–342
  • 1968. Thunder, Blood, and the Nicknaming of God's Creatures. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 37:353-399
  • 1969. The Sea Dayaks of Borneo before White Rajah Rule. The Journal of Asian Studies
  • 1970. Report on the Iban. LSE Monographs in Social Anthropology No. 41. London: Athlone Press (first published in 1955)
  • 1970. Human nature and culture. In Man and the New Biology. Australian National University Press, Canberra
  • 1971. Aggression: instinct or symptom? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry. Jun;5(2):66-77.
  • 1973. Darwinian Psychological Anthropology: A Biosocial Approach Current Anthropology Vol. 14, No. 4, pp. 373–387
  • 1974. The Evolutionary Theories of Charles Darwin and Herbert Spencer Current Anthropology. Vol. 15, No. 3 (Sep. 1974), pp. 211–237
  • 1977. Studies in Borneo Societies: Social Process and Anthropological Explanation. Man.
  • 1980. Sociobiology: The ‘antidiscipline’ of anthropology. In Montagu, A. (ed.), Sociobiology Examined. Oxford University Press, New York.
  • 1981 Some reflections on the nature of Iban society. Canberra: Department of Anthropology, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University.
  • 1981. The anthropology of choice: An ANZAAS presidential address given in Auckland, New Zealand, on 24 January 1979. Canberra Anthropology 4(1): 82-100.
  • 1983. Margaret Mead and Samoa: The making and unmaking of an anthropological myth. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. ISBN 0-14-022555-2
  • 1983. Inductivism and the test of truth: A rejoinder to Lowell D. Holmes and others. Canberra Anthropology 6(2): 96-192. Special Volume: Fact and Context in Ethnography: The Samoa Controversy
  • 1984. “O Rose thou art sick!” A Rejoinder to Weiner, Schwartz, Holmes, Shore, and Silverman. American Anthropologist, 86: 400–40
  • 1984. Response . Pacific Studies 7(2): 140-196.
  • 1985. A reply to Ember's reflections on the Freeman-Mead controversy. American Anthropologist 87(4): 910-917.
  • 1985. Response to Reyman and Hammond. American Anthropologist 87(2): 394-395.
  • 1986. Rejoinder to Patience and Smith. American Anthropologist 88(1): 162-167
  • 1987. Comment on Holmes's "Quest for the real Samoa". American Anthropologist 89(4): 930-935.
  • 1987. Review of Quest for the real Samoa: The Mead/Freeman controversy and beyond, by Lowell D. Holmes. Journal of the Polynesian Society 96(3): 392-395.
  • 1989. Fa’apua’a and Margaret Mead. American Anthropologist 91:1017–22.
  • 1989. Holmes, Mead and Samoa. American Anthropologist 91(3): 758-762.
  • 1991. There's tricks i' th' world: An historical analysis of the Samoan researches of Margaret Mead. Visual Anthropology Review 7(1): 103-128.
  • 1991. On Franz Boas and the Samoan researches of Margaret Mead. Current Anthropology 32(3): 322-330.
  • 1992. Paradigms in collision: The far-reaching controversy over the Samoan researches of Margaret Mead and its significance for the human sciences. Academic Questions Summer: 23–33.
  • 1996. Derek Freeman: Reflections of a heretic. The Evolutionist (an internet-only magazine), London School of Economics,
  • 1997. Paradigms in collision: Margaret Mead’s mistake and what it has done to anthropology. Skeptic 5: 66–73.
  • 1998. The fateful hoaxing of Margaret Mead: A historical analysis of her Samoan research. Boulder: Westview Press.ISBN 0-8133-3693-7
  • 2001. “Words have no words for words that are not true”: A rejoinder to Serge Tcherkézoff. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 110(3):301-11
  • 2001. Paradigms in collision, in Dilthey's dream. Canberra, Australia: Pandanus

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