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Ethel Alpenfels

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Name  Ethel Alpenfels

Died  1981
Ethel Alpenfels February 4 1948 Altrusa Will Have Ethel Alpenfels as Its Dinner

Ethel Josephine Alpenfels (1907–1981) was an American anthropologist who served as professor of anthropology at New York University.

Ethel Alpenfels February 4 1948 Altrusa Will Have Ethel Alpenfels as Its Dinner

Born to a German baron, Alpenfels graduated from the University of Washington and received her Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. In her studies as part of the Bureau for Intercultural Education in 1944, she went to high schools in Chicago and educated them on differences and cultures, explaining that people considered "simple" have complex cultures.

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