Society for Applied Anthropology Oral History Collection

This collection documents the careers of the members of the Society for Applied Anthropology. The Society for Applied Anthropology was founded in 1941. The Society promotes interdisciplinary scientific view of the principles that control the relationship that humans have to each other. The interviews cover topics from how the interviewees decided to pursue Applied Anthropology as their career, and what topic they have done field studies on. Native Americans, primarily in Arizona and New Mexico are discussed extensively along with Native Americans in Latin America and other indigenous peoples around the world.

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