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Marilyn Strathern

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Roscoe Building Oxford Road

Manchester, Manchester,M13 9PL

United Kingdom

Company Description

The ASA offers a number of benefits to members, including receipt of the annual ASA monograph, reduced fees for its annual conference and inclusion in the directory of members. Through agreements within the World Council of Anthropological Associations it enab... more

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Background Information

Employment History

HAU


Chair and Head of the Social Anthropology Department

The University of Manchester


Presidential Chair

European Association of Social Anthropologists


Editorial Consultant

Berghahn Books


Affiliations

Independent Social Research Foundation

Academic Advisor


British Academy

Fellow


Taylor & Francis Group Ltd

Advisory Board Member


SAGE Publications Inc

Advisory Board Member


National Museums & Galleries

Trustee


Trinity College

Honorary Fellow


Nuffield Council on Bioethics

Member


Museums

Trustee


American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Foreign Honorary Member


Girton College

William Wyse Professor of Social Anthropology


Education

Radcliffe-Brown


honorary degree

Durham University


Web References(192 Total References)


Independent Social Research Foundation » Academic Board

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Professor Marilyn Strathern, formerly William Wyse Professor of Social Anthropology, Cambridge University, and Mistress of Girton College, Cambridge.
She is a Fellow of the British Academy and honorary Life President of the Association of Social Anthropologists (UK and Commonwealth).


www.girton.cam.ac.uk

Marilyn Strathern (1941-)
Mistress of Girton College 1998-2009 Marilyn Strathern was an undergraduate and then a research student at Girton, before holding posts in Canberra (ANU), Port Moresby, and UC Berkeley (visiting) before returning in the 1970s to a bye-fellowship at Girton. She moved to her first full departmental appointment in 1985 when she took up the position of chair and head of the Social Anthropology Department at Manchester University. Papua New Guinea has been a principal area of fieldwork, from 1964 to most recently in 2006, although she is also intrigued by developments in knowledge practices in the UK and Europe. Initial work on gender relations led to two directions: feminist scholarship & the new reproductive technologies (1980s -1990s), and legal systems & intellectual and cultural property (1970s, 1990s-00s). This is not the place to list publications: she likes writing. A Presidential Chair of the European Association of Social Anthropologists, former Trustee of the National Museums & Galleries on Merseyside, and an Honorary Fellow of Trinity College, she was knighted in 2001. The year 2007-8 was her last in the Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology where she had been William Wyse Professor of Social Anthropology since 1993. She was elected lifetime President of the Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth in 2008. Marilyn Strathern has the strongest possible Girton connections. In 2001, Professor Strathern was created DBE. In addition, she has received numerous national and international awards which include membership of learned societies (FBA 1987), honorary degrees, and medals. It is inappropriate to list them here but mention should be made of the award of the Viking Fund Medal by the International Wenner-Gren Foundation in 2003, which recognised that through her research, mentoring and service to the profession she had achieved 'high distinction' and had 'transformed the discipline', and of the Huxley Memorial medal, bestowed by the Royal Anthropological Institute for lifetime achievement at the highest level.


Welcome to Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth

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The Firth lecture from ASA2014 by ASA President Marilyn Strathern is now available online.


Wendel Ethnographic Research — News

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Recently published work by Marilyn Strathern, former Chair of the Department of Anthropology at Cambridge, takes inspiration from John Wendel's previously published work in Anthropological Forum on property rights and identity in Micronesia and compares and contrasts the data with English school children forming a "queue" to formulate a sophisticated anthropological analysis of property and ownership.
Marilyn Strathern, distinguished anthropologist of the University of Cambridge, recently presented a keynote speech at the annual Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth that drew upon a recent article published by John Wendel. Professor Strathern was elected lifetime President of the Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth and was knighted in 2001.


Wendel Ethnographic Research

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Marilyn Strathern, distinguished anthropologist of the University of Cambridge, recently presented a keynote speech at the annual Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth that drew upon a recent article published by John Wendel.
Professor Strathern was elected lifetime President of the Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth and was knighted in 2001.


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