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April 26, 2016

K-State anthropologist co-authors international textbooks

Submitted by Jessica Falcone

Harald E.L. Prins, university distinguished professor of anthropology, and Bunny McBride, adjunct lecturer of anthropology, co-authored the revised editions of the international textbooks "Cultural Anthropology: The Human Challenge and Anthropology: The Human Challenge."

Prins is lead expert witness for the Penobscot Indian Nation in a federal court case about tribal rights over the upper Penobscot River and reservation boundaries before the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeal in Boston.

McBride has just completed a three-year term as president of the Women's World Summit Foundation, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. Having served as a foundation board member for a dozen years, she now joins the organization's international advisory panel.

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