Pitt, David Charles
PITT, David Charles
PITT, David Charles. New Zealander, b. 1938. Genres: Anthropology/ Ethnology, Sociology, Environmental sciences/Ecology, Geography, International relations/Current affairs. Career: Chargé de Recherches, Institut International de recherches pour la paix, Geneva, since 1984. Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Sociology, University of Victoria, B.C., 1965- 67; Professor of Sociology, University of Waikato, 1968-71, and University of Auckland, 1971-79. Consultant, International Labour Organization, 1968- 70, Unesco, 1970-71, and World Health Organization, 1979-83. Publications: Tradition and Economic Progress, 1970; Historical Documents in Anthropology and Sociology, 1972; (with C. MacPherson) Emerging Pluralism, 1974; Development from Below, 1976; Social Dynamics of Development, 1976; (with G. Sterky) Child Labour and Health, 1981; (with J. McNeely) Culture and Conservation, 1984; (with T. Weiss) The United Nations Bureaucracy, 1986; (with G. Thompson) Nuclear Free Zones, 1987; (with S. Briceno) New Ideas in Environmental Education, 1988; (with J. Ives) Deforestation, 1988; The Future of the Environment, 1988; (with P. Turner) The Anthropology of War and Peace, 1989; Mountain World in Danger, 1991; Protecting the Atmosphere, 1994; Water in a Warmer World, 1995; AIDS and the Grass Roots, 1996; The Biosphere and Noosphere Reader, 1999; Historical Dictionary of Pacifism and Peace Movements, 2003. Address: 1265 La Cure, Switzerland.