Louise Lamphere (1940–) is considered one of the “founding mothers” of feminist anthropology. Her career has encompassed Navajo studies, urban and workplace ethnography, family and kinship studies, U.S. immigration and ethnic group formation, and U.S. healthcare policy. She was among ...

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