representing the work of Paul-Henri Bourguignon
Photography of Paul-Henri Bourguignon
Archived photographs from Bourguignon's travels to Haiti and Peru at The Ohio State University Rare Books and Manuscripts Library.
The Greener Grass by Paul Bourguignon
Fictional account of a painter who visits Haiti and Peru in search of grass seemingly greener on the other side of the globe. A social comedy which targets politics, business, revolution, creativity. Soft cover. New, unused. $10.00 plus shipping. To order, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-619-0123.
Via Crucis: The Way of the Cross
A limited volume of Bourguignon drawings in a hand-bound
fine letterpress book. Poetry by award-winning poet Edward Lense. Foreword by Arthur Kleinman, one of the world's leading medical anthropologists. Essay by Paul Farmer, anthropologist, physician, and co-founder of Partners in Health. $85.00 includes shipping. To order, contact email@example.com or 614-619-0123.
Books by Erika Bourguignon
Available at online book sellers, including alibris.com, amazon.com, and bookfinder.com. Among others: Possession (1976); Exile: A Memoir of 1939 (edited by Bourguignon, 1998); A World of Women, Anthropological Studies in Societies of the World (1980); Diversity & Homogeneity in World Societies (by Bourguignon and Greenbaum 1973-06); Psychological Anthropolgy: An Introduction to Human Nature and Cultural Differences (1979); Religion, Altered States of Consciousness and Social Change (1973); Trance Dance (1968).
The Artist and the Anthropologist
View the Annual Paul H. and Erika Bourguignon Lecture in Art and Anthropology at The Ohio State University, April 2, 2015 (Ann Bremner, lecturer), followed by Dr. Erika Bourguignon's Memorial Celebration (52 minutes).