Our current work and accomplishments were made possible by a number senior anthropologists who are no longer with us. The Association of Black Anthropologists (ABA) acknowledges the contribution of these anthropologists as well as their legacy. Their work continues to influence us in many ways and we thank them for creating a path for us to follow.
1966 Ph.D. Anthropology; Columbia University 1926-1931 graduate studies and fieldwork 1924 BS General Science; Howard University Dissertation: Negro Life in a Rural Community
1974 Ph.D. Anthropology; Indiana University MA African Studies; Howard University 1964 BA Sociology/Anthropology; Boston University issertation: Economic Networks Among Fishermen in Bagamoyo, Tanzania […]
1961 MA Cultural Anthropology; University of Chicago 1951 MS Physical Anthropology; Indiana University 1947 BS Zoology; Northwestern University ABA’s Midwest Representative 1979-1988. Distinguished […]