Nash, June (Caprice) 1927-

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NASH, June (Caprice) 1927-

PERSONAL: Born May 30, 1927, in Salem, MA; daughter of Joseph (a carpenter) and Josephine (Salloway) Bousley; married second husband, Herbert Menzel, July 1, 1972 (marriage ended); married Frank Reynolds, 1997; children: (first marriage) Eric, Laura. Education: Barnard College, B.A., 1948; University of Chicago, M.A., 1953, Ph.D., 1960. Hobbies and other interests: Hiking, skiing.

ADDRESSES: Home—100 Bleecker St., New York, NY 10012. Office—c/o Department of Anthropology, City College of the City University of New York, New York, NY 10031. E-mail[email protected]

CAREER: Chicago Teachers College-North (now Illinois Teachers College, Chicago-North), Chicago, IL, assistant professor of anthropology, 1961-63; Yale University, New Haven, CT, assistant professor of anthropology, 1964-68; New York University, New York, NY, associate professor of anthropology, 1968-72; City College of the City University of New York, New York, NY, began as professor of anthropology, 1972, became distinguished professor, now professor emeritus. Graduate Center of the City University of New York, professor emeritus; American University in Cairo, distinguished visiting professor, 1978; University of Colorado—Boulder, distinguished visiting professor, 1988; State University of New York—Albany, visiting professor 1988-89; Smith College, Neilson Professor, 1996; visiting professor at other institutions in the United States and abroad. Affiliated with the making of documentary films I Spent My Life in the Mines and Community and Industrial Cycles.

MEMBER: American Anthropological Association, American Ethnological Society, Latin American Studies Association, Society of Feminist Anthropology (president, 1990-93), Society of Latin Americanists (president), Society for the Anthropology of Work (president, 1988), American Association of University Professors, Association for Political and Legal Activities (president, 1983), Sigma Phi.

AWARDS, HONORS: Guggenheim fellowship; Fulbright-Hays grant; National Institute of Mental Health fellowships, 1960-61, 1964-65; Social Science Research Council grant for research in Bolivia, 1969; Conrad Arensberg Award, Society for the Anthropology of Work, 1992; Distinguished Service Award, American Anthropological Association, 1995; Rockefeller fellow in Bellagio, Italy; C. Wright Mills Award; grants from National Endowment for the Humanities and John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.

WRITINGS:

Living with Nats: An Analysis of Animism in Burman Village Social Relations, Yale University Press (New Haven, CT), 1966.

Social Relations in Amatenago del Valle: An Activity Analysis, Centro Intercultural de Documentación (Cuernavaca, Mexico), 1969.

In the Eyes of the Ancestors: Belief and Behavior in a Maya Community, Yale University Press (New Haven, CT), 1970.

(Editor, with Helen Icken Safa) Sex and Class in Latin America, Praeger (New York, NY), 1976, published as Sex and Class in Latin America: Women'sPerspectives on Politics, Economics, and the Family in the Third World, J. F. Bergin Publishers (Brooklyn, NY), 1980.

Dos mujeres indíginas, Instituto Indigenista Interamericano (Mexico City, Mexico), 1976.

(Editor, with Jorge Dandler and Nicholas S. Hopkins) Popular Participation in Social Change: Cooperatives, Collectives, and Nationalized Industry, Mouton (The Hague, Netherlands), 1976.

(Editor, with Juan Corradi and Hobart Spalding, Jr.) Ideology and Social Change in Latin America, Gordon & Breach (New York, NY), 1977.

We Eat the Mines and the Mines Eat Us: Dependency and Exploitation in Bolivian Tin Mines, Columbia University Press (New York, NY), 1979, reprinted, 1993.

(Editor, with María Patricia Fernández-Kelly) Women, Men, and the International Division of Labor, State University of New York Press (Albany, NY), 1983.

(With Helen Icken Safa and others) Women and Change in Latin America, Bergin & Garvey Publishers (South Hadley, MA), 1985.

From Tank Town to High Tech: The Clash of Community and Industrial Cycles, State University of New York Press (Albany, NY), 1989.

(Editor) Juan Rojas, I Spent My Life in the Mines: The Story of Juan Rojas, Bolivian Tin Miner (originally published in Spanish), Columbia University Press (New York, NY), 1992.

(Editor) Crafts in the World Market: The Impact of Global Exchange on Middle American Artisans, State University of New York Press (Albany, NY), 1993.

Mayan Visions: The Quest for Autonomy in an Age of Globalization, Routledge (New York, NY), 2001.

(Editor) Social Movements: An Anthropological Reader, Blackwell Publisher (Malden, MA), in press.

Contributor to books, including Mujeres invadidas: la sangre de la conquista de América, compiled by Verena Stolcke, Horas y Horas (Madrid, Spain), 1993. Contributor to journals in the United States and Latin America, including Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, Human Organization, Journal of Black Studies, American Ethnologist, International Labor and Working Class History, Anthropology of Work Review, Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, and American Anthropologist. Associate editor, Urban Anthropology.

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:

periodicals

American Anthropologist, September, 1978, review of Dos mujeres indíginas, p. 693; December, 1978, review of Popular Participation in Social Change: Cooperatives, Collectives, and Nationalized Industry, p. 960; March, 1978, review of Sex and Class in Latin America: Women's Perspectives on Politics, Economics, and the Family in the Third World, p. 146; December, 1980, review of We Eat the Mines and the Mines Eat Us: Dependency and Exploitation in Bolivian Tin Mines, p. 987; December, 1981, review of Ideology and Social Change in Latin America, p. 974; December, 1986, review of Women and Change in Latin America, p. 965; March, 1992, review of From Tank Town to High Tech: The Clash of Community and Industrial Cycles, p. 140.

American Ethnologist, May, 1991, review of From Tank Town to High Tech, p. 380.

American Journal of Sociology, September, 1981, review of We Eat the Mines and the Mines Eat Us, p. 498; July, 1990, review of From Tank Town to High Tech, p. 205.

Americas: Quarterly Review of Inter-American History, January, 1978, review of Sex and Class in Latin America, p. 430.

Australian Journal of Anthropology, August, 1997, Alison Leitch, review of I Spent My Life in the Mines: The Story of Juan Rojas, Bolivian Tin Miner, p. 240.

Choice, June, 1980, review of We Eat the Mines and the Mines Eat Us, p. 602; April, 1986, review of Women and Change in Latin America, p. 1266; March, 1990, review of From Tank Town to High Tech, p. 1198; July, 1993, review of I Spent My Life in the Mines, p. 1807.

Contemporary Sociology, September, 1978, review of Popular Participation in Social Change, p. 633; May, 1979, review of Ideology and Social Change in Latin America, p. 456; July, 1986, review of Women and Change in Latin America, p. 603; November, 1990, review of From Tank Town to High Tech, p. 838.

Hispanic American Historical Review, May, 1978, review of Sex and Class in Latin America, p. 300; May, 1979, review of Ideology and Social Change in Latin America, p. 366; May, 1981, review of We Eat the Mines and the Mines Eat Us, p. 357.

Library Journal, November 1, 1979, review of We Eat the Mines and the Mines Eat Us, p. 2342.

Religious Studies Review, July, 1982, review of Ideology and Change in Latin America, p. 274.

Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, summer, 1985, review of Women, Men, and the International Division of Labor, p. 797; winter, 1988, review of Women and Change in Latin America, p. 357.

Social Forces, December, 1990, review of From Tank Town to High Tech, p. 665.

Sociology: Reviews of New Books, March, 1980, review of We Eat the Mines and the Mines Eat Us, p. 61.

Times Literary Supplement, August 16, 2002, Kenneth Anderson, review of Mayan Visions: The Quest for Autonomy in an Age of Globalization, pp. 7-8.

University Press Book News, December, 1989, review of From Tank Town to High Tech, p. 14.

Western Political Quarterly, December, 1978, review of Ideology and Social Change in Latin America, p. 573.

Women's Review of Books, July, 1986, review of Women and Change in Latin America, p. 6.*