Hidden scholars : women anthropologists and the Native American Southwest / Nancy J. Parezo, editor, foreword by Nathalie F.S. and Richard B. Woodbury.
By: Parezo, Nancy J
Contributor(s): Woodbury, Nathalie F S | Woodbury, Richard BenjaminLanguage: English Publisher: Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 1993.Description: xxii, 429p. : ill. ; 26cm.ISBN: 0826314287
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References: p.369-412. - Contents: Anthropology: the welcoming science / N.J. Parezo; Matilda Cox Stevenson: pioneer ethnologist / N.J. Parezo; Elsie Clews Parsons in the Southwest / L.A. Hieb; Daughters of affluence / S. Brown McGreevy; "Not in the absolute singular": rereading Ruth Benedict / B.A. Babcock; Among women: gender and ethnographic authority of the Southwest / Deborah Gordon; Women researchers and the Yaquis in Arizona and Senora / K. Mullen Sands; Gladys Reichard among the Navajo / L. Lamphere; Women in applied anthropology in the Southwest / Katherine Spencer Halpern; Women archaeologists in the Southwest / Linda S. Cordell; The contributions of Esther S. Goldfrank / C.H. Lange; Women in Southwestern linguistic studies / Leanne Hinton; Zuni potters and the Pueblo potter: the contributions of Ruth Bunzel / Margaret A. Hardin; In the realm of the muses / N.J. Parezo, M.A. Hardin; The women who opened doors / Jennifer Fox; Women on the periphery of the ivory tower / S.J. Tinsdale; Conclusion / N.J. Parezo.