Applied Anthropologist and Public Servant - 
      Ruth H. Landman
    
      Katherine Spencer Halpern

Applied Anthropologist and Public Servant

The Life and Work of Philleo Nash

; Katherine Spencer Halpern

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NAPA Bulletin is a peer reviewed occasional publication of the National Association for the Practice of Anthropology, dedicated to the practical problem-solving and policy applications of anthropological knowledge and methods. * Peer reviewed publication of the National Association for the Practice of Anthropology* Dedicated to the practical problem-solving and policy applications of anthropological knowledge and methods* Most editions available for course adoption
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Preface. Introduction. Anthropologist in the White House. The Education of an Applied Anthropologist (Philleo Nash). Anthropologist as Administrator/Philleo Nash and American Indian People (Philleo Nash). Celebrating Philleo's Life. Philleo Nash's Contributions to Anthropology and Beyond at American University. Model Applied Anthropologist and Public Servant (Philleo Nash). Philleo Nash and Georgetown Day School. References Cited (Ralph J. Bishop, Philleo Nash, Fred Eggan, James E. Officer, Nancy Oestreich Lurie, Ada Deer, Ruth Landman, Pearl Walker-McNeil, Edith Rosenfels). About the Authors. Appendix 1. Appendix 2.
Katherine Spencer Halpern is Professor Emeritus at American University, and had known Philleo since her student days at the University of Chicago. She has worked as an applied anthropologist in a number of American Indian communities. She too now lives in Santa Fe, and is associated with the Wheelwright Museum. Ruth Landman is a Professor at American University, and began her acquaintance with Philleo Nash when she invited him to join the anthropology department there. Together they later organized a Margaret Mead Institute, and served as officers of the Anthropological Society of Washington.