Mary Catherine Bateson
This person is the author and narrator of this book, considering herself a writer first but also a professor, a dean, an anthropologist, and a research in linguistics.
This person is one of the most idealistic women in the group, but has also been a radical activist speaking out against injustice and bigotry.
This person is in her eighties at the time the book is published, and has worked as a dancer, a writer, an editor, and a jewelry designer.
This person is an electrical engineer, researcher, and entrepreneur that started a high-tech company with a lover and took over as CEO after that lover's unexpected death.
This person is a psychiatrist and research on homelessness that was once the director of emergency psychiatric services at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston and made a connection between the...
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