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Born in Rabat, Morocco, Helene E. Hagan received her earlier education in Morocco and at Bordeaux University, France, where she received a Masters Degree in British and American Studies. She also holds two Masters Degrees from Stanford University, California, one in French and Education, and the other in Cultural and Psychological Anthropology. After conducting fi eldwork among the Oglala Lakota people of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, she worked as Associate Professor at the JFK University Graduate School of Psychology in Orinda, California, and owned an American Indian art gallery in Marin County. She has served as President of the non-profi t educational organization, Tazzla Institute for Cultural Diversity, since 1993. She has written numerous newspaper and magazine articles, three anthropological books on Berber (Amazigh) culture and fi lmed, edited and produced over fi fty community service television programs on a variety of topics related to American Indian and Berber culture, arts, and human right issues, through Amazigh Video Productions. Helene Hagan is a lifetime Associate Curator of the Paul Radin Collection at Marquette University Special Archives. In 2007, Helene was a guest Professor for the First Berber Institute held at the University of Oregon, Corvallis. In 2008, she created the Los Angeles Amazigh Film Festival. Other books by this author published by Xlibris: The Shining Ones: Etymological Essay on the Amazigh Roots of Ancient Egyptian Civilization (2000) Tuareg Jewelry: Traditional Patterns and Symbols (2006) Tazzunt: Ecology, Ritual and Social Order in the Tessawt Valley of the High Atlas of Morocco (2011)

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    • Ano de Edição: 2013
    • Ano:  2018
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2020101565190
    • ISBN:  9781483649993

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