Current Visitor

Lawrence Rosen

Affiliation
Social Science
Field of Study
Anthropology
Home Institution
Princeton University

Popular commentators see tribes as exclusive and pugnacious, academic writers see them as having specific structural forms or evolutionary roles. In the first comprehensive study of tribes in half a century, the paradigm suggested will emphasize the distinctive cultural properties of tribes, their adaptability, and their continuing analytic and political relevance.

Dates at IAS
Visitor
  • Social Science
9/2017current
Member
  • Social Science
9/19704/1971
Degrees
University of Chicago J.D., 1974
University of Chicago Ph.D., 1968
Brandeis University B.A., 1963
Honors
Princeton Graduate Mentoring Award 2016
Phi Beta Kappa Lecturer 1997
Princeton President's Teaching Award 1997
MacArthur Prize Award 1981
Guggenheim Fellow 1981
Appointments
Duke University 1974–1977 Associate Professor
University of Illinois 1968–1970 Assistant Professor