Publications and Research

Document Type

Presentation

Publication Date

12-17-2015

Abstract

I will talk about a study I did on the first persons to do Ph.D.s in anthropology and how the project led to my leaving the anthropology profession and becoming a librarian. The project began in a biographical study of a little-known anthropologist that involved archival work. As a librarian who has left the profession of anthropology (not without trauma), I remain keenly interested in the history and bibliography of anthropology and view dissertation projects as crucial to understanding the biographies of scholars and trends in academic professions.

Comments

Presented in the Grace-Ellen McCrann Lecture Series, Bronx Community College, December 17, 2015. The event was sponsored by the Library Association of the City University of New York.

LACUNY 2015 PPT.pptx (631 kB)
PowerPoint presenation

 
 

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