Anthropology and American Pluralism: Working at the Cultural Grassroots


Oct 29-31, 1981

Organized by

Conrad Arensberg and Alan Lomax


Seven Springs Conference Center, Mt. Kisco, New York


  • Conrad Arensberg Columbia University, USA
  • Steven F. Arvizu Cross Cultural Resource Center, USA
  • Russell Bernard University of Florida, USA
  • Amy Catlin Brown University, USA
  • Anna Chairetakis Columbia University, USA
  • Hugh Gardner Foundation for Urban and Neighborhood Development, USA
  • Walter Goldschmidt University of California, Los Angeles, USA
  • Jim Griffith University of Arizona, USA
  • Bess Lomax Hawes National Endowment for the Arts, USA
  • Allen Jabbour Center of American Folklife – Library of Congress, USA
  • Solon T. Kimball University of Florida, USA
  • Thomas F. King Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, USA
  • Carol Kulig Independent Scholar, USA
  • Fredric Lieberman University of Washington, USA
  • Alan Lomax Columbia University, USA
  • Gwen Kennedy Neville Southwestern University, USA
  • Lita Osmundsen Wenner-Gren Foundation, USA
  • James Peacock University of North Carolina, USA
  • John H. Peterson Mississippi State University, USA
  • William K. Powers Rutgers University, USA
  • Nick Spitzer Louisiana Folklife Program, USA
  • Roger L. Welsch University of Nebraska, USA

*Due to a clerical error that, for reasons unspecified, was never corrected, the Wenner-Gren Foundation held two “International Symposium No. 88”

Wenner-Gren Symposium #88

Front Row: W. Powers, C. Kulig, B. Lomax Hawes, A. Chairetakis, A. Catlin, S. Arvizu, G. Kennedy Neville, C. Arensberg, N. Spitzer, F. Lieberman, W. Goldschmidt Middle Row: J. Peterson, J. Peacock, T. King, H. Gardner, A. Lomax, S. Kimball, R. Bernard Back Row: A. Jabbour, J. Griffith, R. Welsch