Janice E. Stockard Ph.D.

Anthropologist, Author, Teacher, Editor

Janice E. Stockard Ph.D.

Anthropologist, Author, Teacher, Editor

Published

Books and Manuscripts

Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology, Series Co-Editor (2005-2015)

In 2005, Dr. Stockard accepted Dr. George Spindler’s invitation to join him as Co-Editor of the Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology (CSCA) series, which he and his late wife Louise Schaubel Spindler established in 1960. By 2015, the CSCA series could claim the status as the longest running series in American anthropology, with more than 200 case studies ever published, including new editions of the classics (https://www.cengage.com/).

With Stockard onboard, 3 classics (with covers featured below) were updated and published in 6th, 4th, and 3rd editions:

The Yanomamo: Edition 6

Yąnomamö

By Napoleon A. Chagnon
Janice E. Stockard and George Spindler Series Editors

The Dobe Ju/’hoansi

By Richard B. Lee
Janice E. Stockard and George Spindler Series Editors

Shadowed Lives:

Undocumented Immigrants in American Society

By Leo R. Chavez
Janice E. Stockard and George Spindler Series Editors

In addition, these new ethnographies were added to the CSCA list: