Reed College
Vollum Hall
April 16 & 17, 2005
Free and open to the public


Marking the 50th anniversary of Professor Emerita Gail Kelly's graduation from Reed, this two-day symposium celebrates Professor Kelly's lasting impact on the discipline of anthropology. The symposium brings to the College both nationally-recognized former students and colleagues of Professor Kelly and a new generation of Reed anthropology graduates to discuss changing styles of anthropological inquiry.

Gail Kelly is a legendary figure in the history and growth of Reed College. After graduating from Reed in 1955, she finished her PhD at the University of Chicago in 1959. In 1960, she began over forty years of service to the college as a professor of anthropology. True to Reed's spirit of excellent undergraduate teaching and mentorship, her legacy continues primarily in the work of her students.

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