The present article is part of a series of six papers originally delivered at a session devoted to “Alfred L. Kroeber: The Man, His Work and His Legacy” at the 2021 Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. On January 27, 2021 the University of California, Berkeley, removed the name of Alfred Kroeber from the building that housed the Department of Anthropology and the Museum of anthropology—institutions he had built. It was, therefore, particularly appropriate for us to present these six papers at the AAA 2021 meetings. They represent just a small sample of a retrospective on the work of this important figure in the history of American anthropology. Contributors to the session “Alfred L. Kroeber: The Man, His Work and His Legacy”, on November 19, 2021: Herbert S. Lewis (organizer, University of Wisconsin-Madison), Stanley Brandes (University of California, Berkeley), James Stanlaw (chair, Illinois State University), Jack Glazier (Oberlin College), Nicholas Barron (Mission College), and Nancy Scheper-Hughes (University of California, Berkeley).
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