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Margaret Wood is an historical archaeologist and is an assistant professor in the Sociology and Anthropology Department at Washburn University. Her research focuses on the ways that gender, class and national identity articulate with collective social action.  Her dissertation fieldwork was conducted on the site of an early 20th century coal mining community and she has recently begun a project focusing on Poor Farms in Kansas.

Email: margaret.wood@washburn.edu

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