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International Symposium #88 Group Photo
Front Row: W. Powers, C. Kulig, B. Lomax Hawes, A. Chairetakis, A. Catlin, S. Arvizu, G. Kennedy Neville, C. Arensberg, N. Spitzer, F. Lieberman, W. Goldschmidt Middle Row: J. Peterson, J. Peacock, T. King, H. Gardner, A. Lomax, S. Kimball, R. Bernard Back Row: A. Jabbour, J. Griffith, R. Welsch

WENNER-GREN INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM #88*
October 29 - 31, 1981
Seven Springs Conference Center, Mt. Kisco, New York

PUBLICATION: None.

PARTICIPANTS:

Conrad Arensberg, organizer (Columbia University, USA)
Steven F. Arvizu (Cross Cultural Resource Center, USA)
Russell Bernard (University of Florida, USA)
Amy Catlin (Brown University, USA)
Anna Chairetakis (Columbia University, USA)
Hugh Gardner (Foundation for Urban and Neighborhood Development, USA)
Walter Goldschmidt (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
Jim Griffith (University of Arizona, USA)
Bess Lomax Hawes (National Endowment for the Arts, USA)
Allen Jabbour (Center of American Folklife – Library of Congress, USA)
Solon T. Kimball (University of Florida, USA)
Thomas F. King (Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, USA)
Carol Kulig (Independent Scholar, USA)
Fredric Lieberman (University of Washington, USA)
Alan Lomax, organizer (Columbia University, USA)
Gwen Kennedy Neville (Southwestern University, USA)
Lita Osmundsen (Wenner-Gren Foundation, USA)
James Peacock (University of North Carolina, USA)
John H. Peterson (Mississippi State University, USA)
William K. Powers (Rutgers University, USA)
Nick Spitzer (Louisiana Folklife Program, USA)
Roger L. Welsch (University of Nebraska, USA)

*Due to a clerical error that, for reasons unspecified, was never corrected, the Wenner-Gren Foundation held two "International Symposium No. 88"