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Keri Vacanti Brondo

In: Gender and Women's Leadership: A Reference Handbook

Chapter 68: Women's Leadership in Anthropology

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Women's Leadership in Anthropology
Women's leadership in anthropology

This entry limits discussion to women's leadership in North American anthropology. Anthropology is the study of humankind in its totality. It is the broadest of all social sciences, imposing no restrictions of time, space, or aspect of humanity under analysis. It is a discipline concerned with social inequalities and cultural relativity. By definition of its scope, women scholars and women's leadership should be paramount, if not equal, to that of their male contemporaries. Although women scholars have long been a critical part of the discipline, their significant contributions ...

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