Keith H. Basso

Keith Basso is University Regents Professor of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico. He is the author of Cibecue Apache; Portraits of the 'Whiteman': Linguistic Play and Cultural Symbols among the Western Apache; and other books and monographs dealing with aspects of the relationship between language and culture.
Apachean Culture History and Ethnology Apachean Culture History and Ethnology
Apachean Culture History and Ethnology

Apachean Culture History and Ethnology

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Don't Let the Sun Step Over You Don't Let the Sun Step Over You
Don't Let the Sun Step Over You

Don't Let the Sun Step Over You

A White Mountain Apache Family Life, 1860–1975

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The Social Organization of the Western Apache The Social Organization of the Western Apache
The Social Organization of the Western Apache

The Social Organization of the Western Apache

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Western Apache Language and Culture Western Apache Language and Culture
Western Apache Language and Culture

Western Apache Language and Culture

Essays in Linguistic Anthropology

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Western Apache Raiding and Warfare Western Apache Raiding and Warfare
Western Apache Raiding and Warfare

Western Apache Raiding and Warfare

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Western Apache Witchcraft Western Apache Witchcraft
Western Apache Witchcraft

Western Apache Witchcraft

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