- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 Transformation Masks: Recollecting the Indigenous Origins of Global Consciousness
- Chapter 2 Franz Boas in Africana Philosophy
- Chapter 3 Expressive Enlightenment: Subjectivity and Solidarity in Daniel Garrison Brinton, Franz Boas, and Carlos Montezuma
- Chapter 4 “Culture” Crosses the Atlantic: The German Sources of <i>The Mind of Primitive Man</i>
- Chapter 5 Rediscovering the World of Franz Boas: Anthropology, Equality / Diversity, and World Peace
- Chapter 6 Of Two Minds About Minding Language in Culture
- Chapter 7 Why White People Love Franz Boas; or, The Grammar of Indigenous Dispossession
- Chapter 8 Utter Confusion and Contradiction: Franz Boas and the Problem of Human Complexion
- Chapter 9 The Death of William Jones: Indian, Anthropologist, Murder Victim
- Chapter 10 Woman on the Verge of a Cultural Breakdown: Zora Neale Hurston in Haiti and the Racial Privilege of Boasian Relativism
- Chapter 11 “A New Indian Intelligentsia”: Archie Phinney and the Search for a Radical Native American Modernity
- Chapter 12 The River of Salvation Flows Through Africa: Edward Wilmot Blyden, Raphael Armattoe, and the Redemption of the Culture Concept
- Chapter 13 A Two-Headed Thinker: Rüdiger Bilden, Gilberto Freyre, and the Reinvention of Brazilian Identity
- Chapter 14 Seeing Like an Inca: Julio C. Tello, Indigenous Archaeology, and Pre-Columbian Trepanation in Peru
- Indigenous Visions
- Ned Blackhawk, Isaiah Lorado Wilner
- Yale University Press
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