Darwin-L Message Log 1:37 (September 1993)

Academic Discussion on the History and Theory of the Historical Sciences

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<1:37>From WILKR@ucs.indiana.edu  Mon Sep  6 16:23:47 1993

Date: Mon, 6 Sep 93 16:25:53 EST
From: "Richard Wilk, Anthropology, 855-8162" <WILKR@ucs.indiana.edu>
To: darwin-l@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu

I am Richard Wilk, a cultural anthropologist at Indiana University.
I was once a practicing archaeologist, working with Maya ruins in
Central America as well as at sites in Arizona, Spain and Israel.
I developed an interest in long-term cultural change, continuity
and discontinuity, alterity and identity. I practiced applied
anthropology for a time, working in public health, road construction,
water & sanitation, agricultural development & extension and
educational reform - mostly in Belize, where I have spent about
7 of the last 20 years. Now I find myself working on the
borderlands of economics, public culture and ethnohistory,
studying consumption and consumerism, household economics and
budgeting, and the ethics of practice.

I am not yet sure how my interests relate to those of other
people on this list.  At the moment it seems like a place to
ask some interesting questions and broaden my understandings.

Rick Wilk
Indiana University  812-855-8162

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