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Kenneth Kensinger, professor of anthropology emeritus at Bennington College, began his studies of the Cashinahua of eastern Peru as a missionary in 1955, undertaking graduate studies in anthropology in order to understand better what he was learning. He has spent 96 months in the field, most recently July to September 1997. He is the author of How Real People Ought to Live: The Cashinahua of Eastern Peru.

 

 

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