Kathryn Jean Lopez (lopezk@ix.netcom.com)
Thu, 20 May 1999 18:02:17 -0400

Message-Id: <199905202157.QAA21476@dfw-ix3.ix.netcom.com>
From: "Kathryn Jean Lopez" <lopezk@ix.netcom.com>
To: <memetics@mmu.ac.uk>
Subject: Hadza
Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 18:02:17 -0400

Anyone know anything about the Hadza people of northern Tanzania? In her
book, Natalie Angier argues that hunting Hadza men rarely share their meat
with their families, but socially with other men in the community. That
women handle forage on their own and stay afloat, proves women don't need
men all --or so the argument goes.

I'm skeptical. Any thoughts?

Thanks a billion for any guidance.

K Lopez

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