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Edward T. Hall
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Edward T. Hall

Edward Hall is probably the most prominent anthropologist of the twentieth century. Holding a doctorate in anthropology from Columbia University, Hall has been a university professor and researcher, as well as a consultant for local state and national governments. Hall's area of study has related to man's interrelationship with his environment and fellow species members, focusing primarily on how language and senses are used in these activities. He has written several non-fiction works based upon his own research, as well as that of many others. Because of his extensive knowledge of the differences among diverse cultures, having lived and worked in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, he has participated in the training of U.S. State Department Foreign Service Officers, prior to their placement in foreign countries. Further, some of his works are required reading for Peace Corps volunteers. His non-fiction works, in addition to...

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