Vera Mae Green (1928-1982)

 
  • 1969 Ph.D. Anthropology; University of Arizona
  • 1955 MA Anthropology; Columbia University
  • 1952 BA Sociology; Roosevelt University
  • 1977-1979 – First president of the Association of Black Anthropologists, Coordinated first ABA Directory on Black Anthropologists.
  • 1980 Service Award for Outstanding Contribution to Anthropology (ABA).
  • Dissertation: Aspects of Interethnic Integration in Aruba, Netherlands Antilles
  • Areas of Research: Cultural and applied anthropology, interethnic relations, U.S., Caribbean, Mexico, India, and Israel, diversity in Black communities
  • Selected publications: Migrants in Aruba: Interethnic Integration (1974); “The confrontation of diversity within the Black community.” Human Organization 29(4): 267-272 (1970); “The Black extended family in the United States: Some research suggestions.” In D.B. Shimkin et al., eds., The Extended Family in Black Societies (1978); International Human Rights: Contemporary Perspectives (co-ed. with Jack Nelson, 1980)