November 10, 2000
Anthropological Association Honors 2 Occupational Scientists; 2 Public-Policy Scholars Tally Intangible Costs of Gun Violence
FAR AFIELD: It's rare for two book awards bestowed by sections of the American Anthropological Association to go to scholars in the same department. Even more unusual, this year those two scholars don't even have primary appointments in anthropology.
Gelya Frank and Cheryl Mattingly teach in the department of occupational science and occupational therapy at the University of Southern California. Their work contrasts the ways that occupational therapists and
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