In Memoriam : Anne Campbell, Professor in Psychology, Durham University (Consulting Editor for Human Nature).

@article{Cross2017InM,
  title={In Memoriam : Anne Campbell, Professor in Psychology, Durham University (Consulting Editor for Human Nature).},
  author={Catharine P Cross},
  journal={Human nature},
  year={2017},
  volume={28 3},
  pages={364-365}
}
My first memory of Anne comes from 2003. I was in an undergraduate lecture on research methods in psychology, which “everyone knows” is the boring course that has to be taught for British Psychological Society accreditation. I was also spellbound. The lecture was being given by Prof. Anne Campbell, who was illustrating some of the hazards of ethnographic work with an anecdote from 1979 about being stranded after dark in the “wrong” part of NewYork City given the gang colors she happened to be… CONTINUE READING
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