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anthropologist

Jacqueline Dee Waldren, British anthropologist. Grantee Field grantee, Earthwatch Institute, Massachusetts, since 2003. Fellow: Anthropological Associates United Kingdom; member: European Association Social Anthropologists.

Background

Waldren, Jacqueline Dee was born on November 5, 1937 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Daughter of Samuel and Rose Gleasby Brown.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University of California at Los Angeles, 1959. Master of Science, Oxford University, England, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy, Oxford University, 1989.

Career

Administrator Deia Museum, Deia, 1960—2003. Researcher Oxford Health, Oxford, England, 1975—1978. Lecturer Oxford Brooke's University, 1990—1992.

Tutor-lecturer Oxford University, England, since 1992. Director Damarc, Deia, Deia, since 2003. Research associate Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford, since 1993.

Series editor New Directions Books/Bergnahn Books, New York City and Oxford, since 1995. Director excavations Prehistoric Settlement/Earthwatch Institute.

Membership

Fellow: Anthropological Associates United Kingdom. Member: European Association Social Anthropologists.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Fashion design, tai chi, yoga, aerobics.

Connections

Married William Waldren, January 23, 1960 (deceased 2003).

father:
Samuel Brown

mother:
Rose Gleasby Brown

spouse:
William Waldren