Julian H. Steward Papers, 1842-1976
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Brief Description: Papers of Julian Haynes Steward (1902-72), professor of anthropology (1952-72), including correspondence, reports, manuscripts, reviews, publications, government documents, minutes, newsletters, directories, conference programs, research proposals and applications, student records and evaluations, lecture notes, diaries, field notes, drawings, maps, charts and photographs concerning personal, business and professional activities of faculty, friends and family; foundations and academic organizations supporting anthropological fieldwork in North and South America, Africa, Europe and Asia; petroglyphs; cultural ecology and evolution; human ecology; cultural anthropology theory; multilinear evolution; ethnography; indigenous religions; cross cultural regularities; North and South American indigenous cultures; Ute, Paiute Carrier and Shoshone peoples; Southwestern United States archaeology and ethnology; Utah, Great Basin; Puerto Rico; travels and teaching in Japan as Director of the Kyoto American Studies Seminar (1956-57); world trip (1957-58); Indian claims commission hearings (ca. 1950-55) and the Bureau of Indian Affairs (1936-37); American Association for the Advancement of Science; Telluride Association; teaching and supervision of graduate and field research in University of Illinois Sociology and Anthropology Departments (1952-69) and faculty positions at the Universities of Michigan (1928-30), Utah (1930-33), California at Berkeley (1933-34) and Columbia (1946-52) and as Associate Anthropologist in the Bureau of American Ethnology of the Smithsonian Institution (1935-46). Correspondents include Ralph L. Beals, Robert F. Heizer, Alfred Kroeber, Margaret Mead, George P. Murdock, Leslie White, Gordon K. Willey, Eric Wolf and Emma Schroeder (genealogy and sailing journals).
Held at:
University of Illinois Archives
19 Library
1408 W. Gregory Dr.
Urbana, IL 61820
Phone: (217) 333-0798
Fax: (217) 333-2868
Email: illiarch [at] illinois.edu
Record Series Number: 15/2/21
Created by: Steward, Julian Haynes (1902-1972)
Volume: 18.8 cubic feet
Acquired: 1/27/1976; 4/24/78; 1/7/2008; 6/30/2008
More information is available at https://files.archon.library.illinois.edu/uasfa/1502021.pdf
Arrangement: By correspondent (chronological and alphabetical thereunder), subject, project, publications, department.
Subject Index
American Association for the Advancement of Sciences
Anthropology
Baptists
Boston, Massachusetts
Cape Horn
Carrier Indians
Chile - History and Geography
Cross Cultural Research
Cultural Anthropology
Ecology
Ethnography
Evolution
Faculty Papers
Ford Foundation
Genealogy
Great Basin
Human Ecology
Indian Affairs, Bureau of
Indian Land Claims
Indians of North America -- Music
Melbourne, Australia
Music -- Japan - Education
Music -- South American Indians
National Academy of Sciences (NAS)
New York City
Paiute Indians
Petroglyphs
Photography
Puerto Rico - Religion and Sociology
Religions, Primitive
Sailing Ships
Sailors
San Francisco, California
Shoshoni Indians
Social Science Research Council
Sweden - Religion and Sociology
Telluride Association
Utah
Ute Indians
Genres/Forms of Material
Papers
Languages of Materials
English [eng]