Brief Weberiana

I recently ran across the article “Remnants of Romanticism: Max Weber in Oklahoma and Indian Territory”: which is a nice little piece of scholarship on two things that I usually don’t think of together — Max Weber and Native North America. Let he who has ears hear.

Alex Golub is an associate professor of anthropology at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. His book Leviathans at The Gold Mine has been published by Duke University Press. You can contact him at

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  2. Thanks, Rex, for the pointer. I discovered, alas, that although I was perfectly willing to pay the $15.00 for the download, SAGE in its ignorance was demanding a US zip code. Grrrrr…..

  3. *ahem* people interested in… how can I put it? Bibliographical information regarding these papers might want to drop me their email – who knows what might show up in your inbox… :?)

  4. nkey, lets try Mr. Scaff`s receipe for hot lambflaps.
    First of all, Max Weber was a convinced nationalist and an old school advocate of Nationalökonomie, that he had studied himself and later taught at university–our original question whether Weber was an advocate of value-free science or not in mind.
    From this contextual perspective a variety of disconstructional attempts become obsolete.

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