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I am perhaps known best for my studies of Mayan women in Chan Kom, the village studied earlier by Robert Redfield and later by Alfonso Villa Rojas. I have also been a peace activist for more than 60 years, working tirelessly to advance peace and help women in emerging countries.
Area(s) of Training
anthropology, applied anthropology, cultural anthropology, ethnography, other
Area(s) of Expertise
Women, Water and Waste, Fertility Determinants, Peaceful Change
Most Recent Degree
Current Area of Employment
Retired, (Just received Honorary L.H.D. from Brown University)
So nice to see you on SfAA... we'll get the New College Glyph Group added in no time! I'm so glad you are "featured"... you are such a special lady, and a role model for all of us!
It is good to see you featured in the SFAA community. I hope to see you at the AAA in December. I just got back from China, the IUAES meeting. Will be coming straight to the AAA from being in India so expect to be badly jet lagged. Lets keep in touch. Joan Mencher
Given your history in the field I thought you would know Edward H. Spicer. If you are interested, please join a group dedicated to his life and work: http://sfaanet.ning.com/group/rememberingthelegacyofedwardhspicer