Harold Scheffler is Professor and former Chair of Anthropology at Yale University. He has done ethnographic research among the Plains Ojibwa, in the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu, and in several parts of aboriginal Australia. His previous publications include Choiseul Island Social Structure (1965), A Study in Structural Semantics: The Siriono Kinship System (with F. G. Lounsbury, 1972), and Australian Kin Classification (1978), as well as numerous items in various professional journals. Over the years he has taught or has been a research fellow at the Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, the University of Brisbane, the University of the Witwatersrand, and a DAAD Visiting Professor at the Free University of Berlin.
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