Stanley Diamond

Stanley Diamond (January 4, 1922 in New York City, NY – March 31, 1991 in New York City, NY) was an American poet and anthropologist. As a young man, he identified as a poet, and his disdain for the fascism of the 1930s greatly influenced his thinking. Diamond was a professor at several universities, spending most of his career at The New School. He wrote several books and founded ''Dialectical Anthropology'', a Marxist anthropology journal, in 1975. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Diamond, Stanley
Published 1985
VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften

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by Diamond, Stanley
Published 1980
De Gruyter

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by Diamond, Stanley
Published 1980
De Gruyter

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by Diamond, Stanley
Published 1979
De Gruyter