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Net-no-kwa, a Chief of the Ojibwa, and Good Will

There are many instances in literature and in anthropological material which show that people are looking for that oneness of opposites which makes for kindness, for good will. Continue reading

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Frederick Douglass—or, Society as a Means of Individuality

By Meryl Simon From a presentation in an Aesthetic Realism class of Eli Siegel’s Definition of Society “Society is selves seen as together, or one.” “Society has in it selves or ‘I’s’ aware of other selves as ‘I’s.’ The question … Continue reading

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Cassava: An Indigenous Success Story

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“Anonymous Anthropology” by Eli Siegel

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Truth & Imagination in Chaim Koppelman’s Napoleon and Me

By Meryl Simon When I first saw this print titled Napoleon and Me in a Terrain Gallery show, I was so surprised by the juxtaposition of the artist and Napoleon! Yet, it seemed right. Studying this etching, I have been … Continue reading

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Book Review: GWE, Young Man of New Guinea— A novel against racism by Arnold Perey, PhD

REVIEW by Meryl Simon and Devorah Tarrow “Gwe was born in Stone Age New Guinea. Alan was born in New York City. This is their story and the story of Gwe’s people.” Gwe is a stirring novel set in New … Continue reading

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