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Ladies Fleece Department of Anthropology Top

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Ladies Fleece Department of Anthropology long-sleeved top in sizes SM to 2X. French terry blend. Pre-shrunk. Machine washable.

The Division of Anthropology is concerned with all aspects of human behavior, past, present, and with an eye to the future. Our work is biological, archaeological, socio-cultural and linguistic. Anthropologist and longtime Museum curator Margaret Mead provided the foundation for the hall that bears her name, Margaret Mead Hall of Pacific Peoples, through her groundbreaking expeditions to Samoa, New Guinea, and Bali. An anthropologist, teacher, and author of best-selling books, Mead worked in the Museum’s Division of Anthropology from 1926 until her death in 1978. Starting with her book Coming of Age in Samoa, her work brought anthropology into the public consciousness, teaching generations of Americans about the value of looking carefully and openly at other cultures.