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Who is Alexander Alland?
Alexander Alland is a 1976 Guggenheim Fellow in Social Sciences.
- also known as Alexander Alland Jr.
- born on (83 years ago)
- nationality: United States of America
- education: PhD (Social science) at Yale University, graduated in
- written works: "Race in Mind", "When the spider danced", "Jessie Tarbox Beals, first woman news photographer", "Catalunya, One Nation, Two States", "The artistic animal", "The human imperative", "Adaptation in cultural evolution", "Playing with form", "To Be Human"
- award: - Guggenheim Fellowship for Social Sciences, US & Canada (Anthropology & Cultural Studies)
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An Encyclopedia by Robert E. Weir
Photo Collection Alexander Alland, Sr./Corbis. Scott, Mark Twain, Stanford White, Queen Victoria, and numerous governors, presidents, lawyers, merchants, and politicians. It was also the site of lavish banquets that some critics viewed as ...
All Things Dickinson (2014)
An Encyclopedia of Emily Dickinson's World by Wendy Martin
(Photo Collection Alexander Alland, Sr./Corbis) Nineteenth-century watercolor on woven paper of a butterfly on a.
by Gerald Gaillard
Andrew Vayda and Elliott Skinner also became professors, and they were joined by, among others, Alexander Alland and Joan Vincent, who became an assistant professor in 1968. The Harvard anthropology department was headed by R. B. ...
Encyclopedia of Homelessness (2004)
by David Levinson
Source: Alexander Alland, Sr./Corbis; used with permission. graphs, graphics, and a variety of editorial features. They are often run by full- or part-time paid staff . These types of street papers generally seek to appeal to mainstream audiences ...
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