Carmel Schrire

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Carmel Schrire (born May 15, 1941John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Reports of the President and the Treasurer (John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1989), p. 83.) is a professor of anthropology at Rutgers University.

She was born in Cape Town, South Africa and completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Cape Town (BA, 1960), going on to attend the University of Cambridge (BA(Hons.), MA, 1965). Her early research interests where in prehistoric archaeology, and she did her doctoral research in the Northern Territory, Australia, on the way in which modern Aboriginal behaviour can help interpret prehistoric remains. She received her PhD in 1968 from the Australian National University.Schrire, Carmel. Digging through Darkness: Chronicles of an Archaeologist. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1995. ISBN 0-8139-1558-9.Schrire, Carmel. Tigers in Africa: Stalking the Past at the Cape of Good Hope. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2002. ISBN 0-8139-2129-5. Her 1995 book Digging through Darkness: Chronicles of an Archaeologist explores the dehumanizing effects of colonialism and racism on both colonized and colonizer.<ref...
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