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Finding Aid for the Hilda Kuper papers, ca. 1930-1992
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Hilda Kuper (1911- ) was a professor of Anthropology at UCLA (1963-78) specializing in South Africa, Swaziland, and the Swazi. The collection consists of Dr. Kuper's correspondence, manuscripts, notes, notebooks, photographs, research, and teaching materials.
Hilda Kuper was born in Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), 1911; married Leo Kuper (1935); BA (1935) and MA (1934), University of Witwatersrand; Ph.D, London School of Economics (1942); Professor of Anthropology, UCLA (1963-78) as well as lecturer at various universities; recipient of numerous awards and fellowships; author of several books and articles, she is best known for her work on South Africa, Swaziland, and the Swazi.
70 boxes (35 linear ft) 8 oversize boxes
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