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Clifford Geertz

Clifford Geertz
Clifford Geertz
Born August 23, 1926 San Francisco October 30, 2006 (aged80) Philadelphia American Anthropology University of Chicago Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey Antioch College, Harvard University Talcott Parsons


Nationality Fields Institutions Alma mater Doctoral advisor

Doctoral students James Siegel, James Boon, Lawrence Rosen, Abdellah Hammoudi, Sherry Ortner, Paul Rabinow, David Szanton Influences Gilbert Ryle, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Max Weber, Paul Ricoeur, Alfred Schtz

Clifford James Geertz (August 23, 1926 October 30, 2006) was an American anthropologist who is remembered mostly for his strong support for and influence on the practice of symbolic anthropology, and who was considered "for three decades...the single most influential cultural anthropologist in the United States."[1] He served until his death as professor emeritus at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.

Clifford James Geertz was born in San Francisco, California on August 23, 1926. After service in the U.S. Navy in World War II (194345), Geertz received his B.A. in philosophy from Antioch College in 1950, his senior paper can still be found on the schools website. He received a Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1956, where he studied social anthropology in the Department of Social Relations. He taught or held fellowships at a number of schools before joining the anthropology staff of the University of Chicago (196070). He then became professor of social science at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton from 1970 to 2000, then emeritus professor. Geertz received Honorary Doctorate Degrees from some fifteen colleges and universities, including Harvard University, the University of Chicago and the University of Cambridge. He was married first to the anthropologist Hildred Geertz. After their divorce he married Karen Blu, also an anthropologist. Clifford Geertz died of complications following heart surgery on October 30, 2006.[2]

Geertzian theory
At the University of Chicago, Geertz became a champion Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ of symbolic anthropology, a framework which gives prime attention to the role of symbols in constructing public meaning. In his seminal work The Interpretation of Cultures (1973), Geertz outlined culture as "a system of inherited conceptions expressed in symbolic forms by means of which men communicate, perpetuate, and develop their knowledge about and attitudes toward life" (1973:89).

Clifford Geertz The Interpretation of Cultures. Basic Books</ref> He was one of the earliest scholars to see that the insights provided by common language, philosophy and literary analysis could have major explanatory force in the social sciences . Geertz aimed to provide the social sciences with and understanding and appreciation of thick description. Geertz applied thick description to anthropological studies (specifically his own 'interpretive anthropology') while producing theory that had implications for other social sciences. For example Geertz asserted that culture was essentially semiotic in nature and this theory has implications for comparative political sciences.[3] Geertz himself argues for a semiotic concept of culture: Believing, with Max Weber, that man is an animal suspended in webs of significance he himself has spun," he states I take culture to be those webs, and the analysis of it to be therefore not an experimental science in search of law but an interpretative one in search of meaning. It is explication I am after, construing social expression on their surface enigmatical.[4] Geertz states that we must proceed interpreting a cultures web of symbols by isolating its elements, specifying the internal relationships among those elements and characterize the whole system in some general wayaccording to the core symbols around which it is organized, the underlying structures of which it is a surface expression, or the ideological principles upon which it is based. Culture is public because meaning is, and systems of meanings are what produce culture, they are the collective property of a particular people.[5] We cannot discover the cultures import or understand its systems of meaning when, as Wittgenstein noted, We cannot find our feet with them.[6] Geertz wants society to appreciate that social actions are larger than themselves; they speak to larger issues, and vice versa, because they are made to.[7]
It is not against a body of uninterrupted data, radically thinned descriptions, that we must measure the cogency of our explications, but against the power of the scientific imagination to bring us into touch with the lives of strangers.


In seeking to converse with subjects in foreign cultures and gain access to their conceptual world; this is the goal of the semiotic approach to culture.[9] Cultural theory is not its own master; at the end of the day, we must appreciate that the generality thick description contrives to achieve grows out of the delicacy of its distinctions, not the sweep of its abstraction.[10] The essential task of theory building here is not to codify abstract regularities but to make thick description possible, not to generalize across cases but to generalize within them.[11] His often cited essay "Deep Play: Notes on the Balinese Cockfight" is the classic example of thick description, a concept adopted from the British philosopher Gilbert Ryle. Thick description is an anthropological method of explaining with as much detail as possible the reason behind human actions. Many human actions can mean many different things, and the anthropologist needs to be aware of this. During Geertz's long career, he worked through a variety of theoretical phases and schools of thought. In 1957, Geertz wrote that "The drive to make sense out of experience, to give it form and order, is evidently as real and pressing as the more familiar biological needs...", a statement which reflects an early leaning toward functionalism.

Philosophical influence
Despite his discontent with most academic philosophy at his time, Geertz was largely influenced by two philosophers: Gilbert Ryle and Ludwig Wittgenstein. Drawing on the tradition of ordinary language philosophy, he adopted the proposition of thick description from the British philosopher Gilbert Ryle and imported the concept of family resemblances into anthropology from the post-analytic philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein. He also introduced Alfred Schtz's...distinctions among predecessors, consociates, contemporaries and successors, distinctions that have become commonplace in anthropology'[12] in his wake. Geertz stressed how the links between 'consociate-contemporary-predecessor-successor...[derive from] the umwelt-mitwelt-vorwelt-vogelwelt [13] formulation' of Schutz's phenomenology.

Clifford Geertz

Geertz conducted extensive ethnographical research in Southeast Asia and North Africa. He conducted his first long-term fieldwork together with his wife, Hildred in Java founded by the Ford Foundation and MIT. He studied the religious life of a small, upcountry town for 2.5 years, living with a railroad labourer's family.[14] After finishing his thesis he returned to Bali and Sumatra.[15] This fieldwork was the basis of Geertz's famous analysis of the Balinese cockfight among others. He was the director of the multidisciplinary project Committee for the Comparative Studies of New Nations while he held a position in Chicago during the sixties. He conducted fieldwork in Marocco as part of this project on "bazaars, mosques, olive growing and oral poetry".[16] The ethnographic data for the famous essay on Thick description was collected here. He contributed to social and cultural theory and is still influential in turning anthropology toward a concern with the frames of meaning within which various peoples live their lives. He reflected on the basic core notions of anthropology, such as culture and ethnography. At the time of his death, Geertz was working on the general question of ethnic diversity and its implications in the modern world.

Geertz's research and ideas had a strong influence on 20th century academia. His findings reverberate within modern anthropology and communication studies. Aside from his influence on anthropology, Geertz' landmark contributions to social and cultural theory were also influential for geographers, ecologists, political scientists, scholars of religion, historians, and other humanists.[17] University of Miami Professor Daniel Pals wrote of Geertz in 1996, "His critics are few; his admirers legion."[18] Talal Asad attacked the dualism in Geertzian theory: the theory does not provide a bridge between external symbols and internal dispositions. He also pointed out the need for a more nuanced approach toward the historical background of certain concepts.[19] Criticizing Geertz's theory of religion in general he pointed out a gap between 'cultural system' and 'social reality' when attempting to define the concept of religion in universal terms.[20]

Stephen Greenblatt Robert Darnton Mark R. Woodward Talal Asad

Major publications
"Religion as a Cultural System". In Anthropological Approaches to the Study of Religion. Ed. Michael Banton. pp.146. ASA Monographs, 3. London: Tavistock Publications. 1966 The Religion of Java [21] (1960), University Of Chicago Press 1976 paperback: ISBN 0-226-28510-3 Peddlers and Princes: Social Development and Economic Change in Two Indonesian Towns [22] (1963), University Of Chicago Press 1968 paperback: ISBN 0-226-28514-6 Agricultural Involution: the process of ecological change in Indonesia (1964) Islam Observed, Religious Development in Morocco and Indonesia (1968), University Of Chicago Press 1971 paperback: ISBN 0-226-28511-1 The Interpretation of Cultures (1973), Basic Books 2000 paperback: ISBN 0-465-09719-7 Kinship in Bali (1975) coauthor: Hildred Geertz, University Of Chicago Press 1978 paperback: ISBN 0-226-28516-2

Clifford Geertz Negara: The Theatre State in Nineteenth Century Bali [23] (1980), Princeton University Press 2001 paperback: ISBN 0-691-00778-0 Local Knowledge: Further Essays in Interpretive Anthropology [24] (1983), Basic Books 2000 paperback: ISBN 0-465-04162-0 "Anti-Anti-Relativism" (1984), American Anthropologist, vol. 86, no. 2, pp.263278. Works and Lives: The Anthropologist As Author (1988), Stanford University Press 1990 paperback: ISBN 0-8047-1747-8 After the Fact: Two Countries, Four Decades, One Anthropologist [25], Harvard University Press 1995 paperback: ISBN 0-674-00872-3 Available Light: Anthropological Reflections on Philosophical Topics [26], Princeton University Press 2000 paperback: ISBN 0-691-08956-6 "An inconstant profession: The anthropological life in interesting times" (2002), Annual Review of Anthropology, vol. 31, pp.119 Viewable at hypergeertz.jku.at [27]

Chronological list of works by Clifford Geertz

1957 Ritual and Social Change: A Javanese Example. American Anthropologist 59(1):32-54. 1959 Form and Variation in Balinese Village Structure. American Anthropologist 61:991-1012. 1959 The Javanese Village. In Local, Ethnic, and National Loyalties in Village Indonesia. Ed. G. William Skinner. pp.3441. New Haven: Southeast Asian Program, Yale University. 1960 Religion of Java. Glencoe: Free Press. 1961 The Rotating Credit Association: A "Middle Rung" in Development. Economic Development and Cultural Change 10:241-263. 1962 Studies in Peasant Life: Community and Society. In Biennial Review of Anthropology 1961. Ed. Bernard J. Siegal. pp.141. Stanford: Stanford University Press. 1962 The Growth of Culture and the Evolution of Mind. In Theories of the Mind. Ed. J. Scher. pp.713740. New York: Free Press. 1963 Agricultural Involution: The Process of Agricultural Change in Indonesia. Berkeley: University of California Press. 1963 Peddlers and Princes: Social Change and Economic Modernization in Two Indonesian Towns. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 1963 (editor) Old Societies and New States. New York: Free Press. 1963 The Integrative Revolution: Primordial Sentiments and Civil Politics in the New States. In Old Societies and New States. Ed. Clifford Geertz. pp.105157. Glencoe: Free Press. 1964 Ideology as a Cultural System. In Ideology and Discontent. Ed. David Apter. pp.4776. New York: Free Press. 1965 The Social History of an Indonesian Town. Cambridge: MIT Press. 1965 Modernization in a Muslim Society: The Indonesian Case, 201-211, in Robert O. Tilman (ed), Man, State, and Society in Contemporary South East Asia. London: Pall Mall. 1966 Person, Time, and Conduct in Bali: An Essay in Cultural Analysis. Southeast Asia Program, Cultural Report Series. New Haven: Yale University. 1966 Religion as a Cultural System. In Anthropological Approaches to the Study of Religion. Ed. Michael Banton. pp.146. ASA Monographs, 3. London: Tavistock Publications. 1966 The Impact of the Concept of Culture on the Concept of Man. In New Views of the Nature of Man. Ed. J. Platt. pp.93118. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 1967 Politics Past, Politics Preset: Some Notes on the Contribution of Anthropology to the Study of the New States. European Journal of Sociology 8(1):1-14. 1967 The Cerebral Savage: On the Work of Claude Levi-Strauss. Encounter 48(4):25-32.

Clifford Geertz 1967 Tihingan: A Balinese Village. In Villages in Indonesia. Ed. R. N. Koentjaraningrat. pp.210243. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press. 1967 Under the Mosquito Net. New York Review of Books, September 14. 1968 Islam Observed: Religious Development in Morocco and Indonesia. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 136 pp. 1968 Thinking as a Moral Act: Dimensions of Anthropological Fieldwork in the New States. Antioch Review 28(2):139-158. 1972 Religious Change and Social Order in Soeharto's Indonesia. Asia 27:62-84. 1972 The Wet and the Dry: Traditional Irrigation in Bali and Morocco. Human Ecology 1:34-39. 1972 Deep Play: Notes on the Balinese Cockfight. Daedalus 101(1 Winter). 1973 The Interpretation of Cultures: Selected Essays. New York: Basic. 1973 Thick Description: Toward an Interpretive Theory of Culture. In The Interpretation of Cultures: Selected Essays. Clifford Geertz. pp 330. New York: Basic Books. 1976 From the Native's Point of View. In Meaning in Anthropology. Eds. Keith H. Basso and Henry A. Selby. pp.221237. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. 1977 Found in Translation: On the Social History of the Moral Imagination. Georgia Review 31(4 Winter):788-810. 1977 Curing, Sorcery, and Magic in a Javanese Town. In Culture, Disease, and Healing: Studies in Medical Anthropology. Ed. David Landy. pp.146153. New York: Macmillan Publishing. 1979 [with Hildred Geertz and Lawrence Rosen] Meaning and Order in Moroccan Society: Three Essays in Cultural Analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. See his own contribution on "Suq: The Bazaar Economy in Sefrou" (pp.123225). 1980 Negara: The Theatre State in Nineteenth-Century Bali. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 1983 Local Knowledge: Further Essays in Interpretive Anthropology. New York: Basic Books. 1983 Centers, Kings, and Charisma: Reflections on the Symbolics of Power. In Local Knowledge: Further Essays in Interpretive Anthropology. Clifford Geertz. pp.121146. New York: Basic Books. 1983 "From the Native's Point of View": On the Nature of Anthropological Knowledge. In Local Knowledge: Further Essays in Interpretive Anthropology. Clifford Geertz. pp.5570. New York: Basic Books. 1983 Notions of Primitive Thought: Dialogue with Clifford Geertz. In States of Mind. ed & comp Jonathan Miller. pp.192210. New York: Pantheon. 1984 Anti-Anti-Relativism. 1983 Distinguished Lecture. American Anthropologist 82:263-278. 1984 Culture and Social Change: The Indonesian Case. Man 19:511-532. 1986 The Uses of Diversity. In Tanner Lectures on Human Values, Vol. 7. Ed. Sterling M. McMurrin. pp.251275. Cambridge and Salt Lake City: Cambridge University Press and University of Utah Press. 1988 Works and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author. Stanford: Stanford University Press. The four studies included in the book are: "The World in a Text: How to Read Tristes Tropiques" (pp.2548). "Slide Show: Evans-Pritchard's African Transparencies" (pp.4972). "I-Witnessing: Malinowski's Children" (pp.73101). "Us/not-Us: Benedict's Travels" (pp.102128).

1989 Margaret Mead, 1901-1978. Biographical Memoirs 58:329-341. National Academy of Sciences. 1990 History and Anthropology. New Literary History 21(2 Winter):321-335. 1991 The Year of Living Culturally. New Republic, October 21, 30-36. 1992 "Local Knowledge" and Its Limits: Some Obiter Dicta. Yale Journal of Criticism 5(2):129-135.

1993 "Ethnic Conflict": Three Alternative Terms. Common Knowledge 2(3 Winter):54-65. 1994 Life on the Edge. [Review of Tsing, In the Realm of the Diamond Queen]. New York Review of Books 41(7 April ):3-4.

Clifford Geertz 1995 After the Fact: Two Countries, Four Decades, One Anthropologist. [The Jerusalem-Harvard Lectures]. Cambridge and London: Harvard University Press. 1995 Culture War. [Review essay on Sahlins, How "Natives" Think and Obeyesekere, The Apotheosis of Captain Cook]. New York Review of Books 42(19 November 30):4-6. 2000 Available Light: Anthropological Reflections on Philosophical Topics. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 2010 Life Among the Anthros and Other Essays edited by Fred Inglis (Princeton University Press; 272 pages)

Association for Asian Studies (AAS), 1987 Award for Distinguished Contributions to Asian Studies[28]

[1] Geertz, Clifford, Shweder, R. A., & Good, B. (2005). Clifford Geertz by his colleagues. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. [2] "Anthropologist Biographies - Geertz" (http:/ / www. indiana. edu/ ~wanthro/ theory_pages/ Geertz. htm). Indiana.edu. 1926-08-23. . Retrieved 2012-08-13. [3] Geertz, Clifford (1973). The Interpretation of Cultures. Basic Books [4] Geertz, Clifford (1973). The Interpretation of Cultures. Basic Books [5] Geertz, Clifford (1973). The Interpretation of Cultures. Basic Books [6] Geertz, Clifford (1973). The Interpretation of Cultures. Basic Books [7] Geertz, Clifford (1973). The Interpretation of Cultures. Basic Books [8] Geertz, Clifford (1973). The Interpretation of Cultures. Basic Books [9] Geertz, Clifford (1973). The Interpretation of Cultures. Basic Books [10] Geertz, Clifford (1973). The Interpretation of Cultures. Basic Books [11] Geertz, Clifford (1973). The Interpretation of Cultures. Basic Books [12] Geertz, Shweder, Good, (2005) p. 68 [13] Clifford Geertz, The Interpretation of Culture (London 1993) p. 367n [14] Geertz, Clifford (2001). Available light: Anthropological Reflections on Philosophical Topics. Princeton: Priceton University Press p. 8-9 [15] Geertz, Clifford (2001). Available light: Anthropological Reflections on Philosophical Topics. Princeton: Priceton University Press p. 10 [16] Geertz, Clifford (2001). Available light: Anthropological Reflections on Philosophical Topics. Princeton: Priceton University Press p. 10 [17] "Clifford Geertz 1926 - 2006" (http:/ / www. ias. edu/ news/ press-releases/ geertz-1926-2006). Princeton, New Jersey: Institute for Advanced Study Press. 2006. . [18] Frankenberry, Nancy K.; Hans H. Penner (1999). Clifford Geertz's Long-Lasting Moods, Motivations, and Metaphysical Conceptions. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: The University of Chicago Press. ISBN0-13-158591-6. JSTOR1206117. [19] Asad, Talal (1983). Anthropological Concepts of Religion: Reflections on Geertz. Man (N.S.) 18:237-59. [20] Asad, Talal (1983). Anthropological Concepts of Religion: Reflections on Geertz. Man (N.S.) 18:237-59. [21] http:/ / books. google. com/ books?vid=ISBN0226285103& id=Xv7Ke4IMTaAC [22] http:/ / books. google. com/ books?vid=ISBN0226285146& id=Ja8nF0hP0moC [23] http:/ / books. google. com/ books?vid=ISBN0691007780& id=QSUpCecTugkC [24] http:/ / books. google. com/ books?vid=ISBN0465041620& id=nrJZTn-SINUC [25] http:/ / books. google. com/ books?vid=ISBN0674008723& id=eTbBXkBQvHoC [26] http:/ / books. google. com/ books?vid=ISBN0691089566& id=-ZEXrndTWc4C [27] http:/ / hypergeertz. jku. at/ GeertzTexts/ InconstantProfession. htm [28] Association for Asian Studies (AAS), 1987 Award for Distinguished Contributions to Asian Studies (http:/ / www. aasianst. org/ publications/ distinguished. htm); retrieved 2011-05-31

Geertz, C. (1963). Old societies and new States; the quest for modernity in Asia and Africa (http://books.google. com/books?vid=0zfGZAWAJaG-NcTSzQLSuMd&id=KLscAAAAIAAJ). [New York]: Free Press of Glencoe. Griffin, Em. (2012). A First Look At Communication. New York: McGraw-Hill.

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Further reading
Alexander, J.C. - Smith, P. - Norton, M. eds. (2011). Interpreting Clifford Geertz: Cultural Investigation in the Social Sciences. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Inglis, F. (2000). Clifford Geertz: Culture, Custom and Ethics. Cambridge. Polity Press

External links
Interview of Clifford Geertz (http://www.alanmacfarlane.com/ancestors/geertz.htm)(video) Big Ideas: Clifford Geertz (http://www.thirteen.org/bigideas/geertz.html) Clifford Geertz: A Life of Learning (http://www.acls.org/Publications/OP/Haskins/1999_CliffordGeertz. pdf) (Charles Homer Haskins Lecture for 1999) Obituary at Institute for Advanced Study (http://www.ias.edu/newsroom/announcements/view/ geertz-1926-2006.html) HyperGeertz WorldCatalogue extended bibliography (http://www.iwp.uni-linz.ac.at/lxe/sektktf/gg/ geertzstart.html) A short biography of Geertz from Richard Wilk's website (http://www.indiana.edu/~wanthro/theory_pages/ Geertz.htm) Hyper Geertz World Catalogue HTM (http://eprints.rclis.org/archive/00010062/fullmetadata.html) Clifford Geertz, Cultural Anthropologist, Is Dead at 80 (http://www.nytimes.com/2006/11/01/obituaries/ 01geertz.html?_r=1&oref=slogin) by Andrew L. Yarrow published on November 1, 2006 in the New York Times New Academic and Deep Book about the Work of Clifford Geertz: Nature, symbol and culture in Clifford Geertz, by Enrique Anrubia: printed in Spain, 2008 (http://www.comares.com/index.php3?accion=ficha& isbn=978-8498363876&COMARES_CONTROL=936ce6d8feccd660d88d7c2312ee67be) Geertz author page and archive (http://www.nybooks.com/authors/116) from The New York Review of Books Interview of Clifford Geertz by Alan Macfarlane 5th May 2004 (film). Linked to Frazer Lecture 2004 (sound only) (http://www.alanmacfarlane.com/ancestors/geertz.htm) Symbolic and Interpretive Anthropologies (http://anthropology.ua.edu/cultures/cultures. php?culture=Symbolic and Interpretive Anthropologies) National Academy of Sciences Biographical Memoir (http://www.nasonline.org/publications/ biographical-memoirs/memoir-pdfs/geertz-clifford.pdf)

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