WOMEN IN ANTHROPOLOGY

WOMEN IN ANTHROPOLOGY

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The women anthropologists in this book speak frankly about their challenges and successes as they navigated the tensions in their personal and professional lives-- marriage, raising children, caring for families, publishing, conducting research, going into the field, teaching, and mentoring-- during the volatile period when the roles and expectations for women were being constantly reestablished and repositioned.I received the PhD in May 98 , at age forty-five. My children insisted that I go through all the ... flew to Hawaii to present a paper at a conference on Asian/ Pacific elderlya€”a nice graduation gift to myself. Being an Anthropologist: Family andanbsp;...


Title:WOMEN IN ANTHROPOLOGY
Author: Maria G Cattell, Marjorie M Schweitzer
Publisher:Left Coast Press - 2006-09-15
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