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Political-Economic Perspectives in Biological Anthropology: Building a Biocultural Synthesis

WGF Symposium #115 Group Photo
Front (ground): L. Obbink, A. Escobar, R. Santos, M. Daltabuit, M. Mahoney. Middle: L. Marquez Morfin, F. Jackson, A. Goodman, G. Armelagos, L. Morgan, A. Swedlund, T. Leatherman, S. Silverman, P. Pelto, D. Martin. Back: W. Roseberry, B. Thomas, B. Bender, B. DeWalt, M. Singer, M. Blakey, D. Saitta, G. Smith, S. Kunitz, A. Millard.

WENNER-GREN FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM #115
October 30 - November 7, 1992
Hotel Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico

 

PUBLICATION:      Building a New Biocultural Synthesis (Alan H. Goodman and Thomas Leatherman, Eds.), University of Michigan Press, 1998.

PARTICIPANTS:

bookcoverGeorge Armelagos (University of Florida, USA)
Barbara Bender (University College, London, UK)
Michael Blakey (Howard University, USA)
Magali Daltabuit (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
Billie DeWalt (University of Kentucky, USA)
Arturo Escobar (Smith College, USA)
Alan Goodman, organizer (Hampshire College, USA)
Fatimah Jackson (University of Maryland, USA)
Stephen Kunitz (University of Rochester, USA)
Thomas Leatherman, organizer (University of South Carolina, USA)
Lourdes Márquez Morfín (Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico)
Debra Martin, monitor (Hampshire College, USA)
Ann Millard (Michigan State University, USA)
Lynn Morgan (Mount Holyoke College, USA)
Pertti Pelto (University of Connecticut, USA)
William Roseberry (New School for Social Research, USA)
Dean Saitta (University