GLEDHILL, John. British, b. 1949. Genres: Anthropology/Ethnology. Career: University of London, England, lecturer, 1976-88, senior lecturer, 1988-93, reader in anthropology, 1993-96, associate fellow of Institute of Latin American Studies, 1990-96; Victoria University of Manchester, England, professor of social anthropology, 1996-2000, Max Gluckman Professor of Social Anthropology, 2000-. Publications: (ed. with B. Bender and M.T. Larsen, and contrib.) State and Society: The Emergence and Development of Social Hierarchy and Political Centralization, 1988; Casi Nada: A Study of Agrarian Reform in the Homeland of Cardenismo, 1991, rev. ed. in Spanish, 1993; Power and Its Disguises: Anthropological Perspectives on Politics, 1994, 2nd ed., 2000; Neoliberalism, Transnationalization, and Rural Poverty: A Case Study of Michoacan, 1995; El Poder y Sus Distraces: perspectives antiopologicas de la politica, 2000. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: Department of Social Anthropology, Roscoe Building, Victoria University of Manchester, Oxford Rd., Manchester M13 9PL, England.