Una entrevista con Antonio Gilman Guillén. Primera parte

  title={Una entrevista con Antonio Gilman Guill{\'e}n. Primera parte},
  author={Juan Manuel Vicent Garc{\'i}a and M.ª Isabel Mart{\'i}nez Navarrete and Pedro D{\'i}az-del-R{\'i}o Espa{\~n}ol},
  journal={Trabajos De Prehistoria},
Antonio Gilman Guillen, Professor Emeritus at Califor­nia State University-Northridge (USA) was born in Newton (Massachusetts, USA) in 1944, son of the hispanist Stephen Gilman and Teresa Guillen, daughter of the poet Jorge Guillen. He was educated at Harvard College (A.B. Classics, 1965), Cambridge University (B.A. and M.A. in Prehistoric Archeology, 1967 and 1971 respectively) and Harvard Uni­versity (Ph.D. Anthropology, 1974). Professor Gilman has been a US authority in the subject of the… 
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Una entrevista con Antonio Gilman Guillén. Segunda parte
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