|Author:||Constance R. Sutton|
|Title:||From Labrador to Samoa: The Theory and Practice of Eleanor Burke Leacock|
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|Publisher:||Amer Anthropological Assn (December 1, 1993)|
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Eleanor Burke Leacock (July 2, 1922 – April 2, 1987) was an anthropologist and social theorist who made major contributions to the study of egalitarian societies, the evolution of the status of women in society, Algonkian ethnohistory, historical materialism, and the feminist movement. Leacock was born on July 2, 1922, in New Jersey. Her mother, Lily, was a mathematician and her father was the literary critic, philosopher, and writer Kenneth Burke.
Constance R. Sutton of New York University, NY (NYU) with expertise in: Cultural Anthropology.
Constance Sutton in 1999. To go yourself as a woman anthropologist to do field work was not heard of in the 1950s, she said - to which Margaret Mead replied, That’s fiddlesticks. Constance Sutton in 1999. Her other books include From Labrador to Samoa: The Theory and Practice of Eleanor B. Leacock (1993) and Feminism, Nationalism, and Militarism (1995). Constance Rita Woloshin was born on Jan. 29, 1926, in Minneapolis to Jewish immigrants from Russia.
From Labrador to Samoa: The Theory and Practice of Eleanor Burke Leacock. Labrador Winter: The Ethnographic Journals of William Duncan Strong, 1927-1928. by Eleanor Burke Leacock and Nan A. Rothschild. Next Level: Resilience.
Eleanor Burke Leacock (1922-1987) was a prominent Marxist-feminist cultural anthropologist active from the 1940s to the 1980s. Leacock did her undergraduate work at Barnard College and Radcliffe College. She completed her graduate training at Columbia University.