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social sciences researcher , writer

Ann Marie Wolpe, South African social sciences researcher, writer. Member welfare committee African National Congress, London, 1988-1991.

Background

Wolpe, Ann Marie was born on December 1, 1930 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Daughter of Abraham and Pauline (Braude) Kantor.

Education

Bachelor in Social Sciences, University Witwatersrand, 1950. Master of Science, University Bradford, England, 1978. Doctor of Philosophy, University London, 1988.

Career

Social worker Johannesburg City Council, 1951. Supply teacher Greater London (England) Council, 1952-1954. Administrative secretary Transvaal Clothing Industry, Medical Aid Society, Johannesburg, 1955-1959.

Organizing sect Institute Race Relations, 1960-1963. Research assistant University London, 1966, University Bradford, 1966-1969. Research fellow Enfield College of Technology, Middlesex, 1969-1974.

From lecturer to principal lecturer Middlesex Polytechnic, London, 1974-1991. Senior researcher University Western Cape, Bellville, 1991-1996, acting commissioner, chairman Gender Equity Task Force, Department Education, 1996-1997. Visiting assistant professor University California, Davis, 1984-1985.

Member collective Feminist Review Journal.

Membership

Member welfare committee African National Congress, London, 1988-1991.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Antiques, birdwatching, cooking.

Connections

Married Harold Wolpe, November 10, 1955. Children: Peta, Tessa, Nicholas.

father:
Abraham Kantor

mother:
Pauline (Braude) Kantor

spouse:
Harold Wolpe

child:
Peta Wolpe

child:
Tessa Wolpe

child:
Nicholas Wolpe