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Anthropology: Are People Really Different?

Date: February 1, 1960

Author: Peggy Kirkman

Biographical/Historical abstract: Peggy Kirkman wrote for The Collegian while a student at Greensboro College, and graduated from the school in 1961.

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Description: This February 11, 1960 article was published in the Greensboro College student newspaper, The Collegian “as a preface to the forthcoming visit of Margaret Mead to the campus.” The article discussed how anthropology works and what it studies. Written during the civil rights era, the article does offer some subtle commentary on the topic.

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Format of original: Newspaper Clippings

Collection: Collegian

Repository: Greensboro College

Item#: 3.6.265

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