Bunny McBride is an award-winning author with an M.A. degree in Anthropology from Columbia University. She is an adjunct lecturer of anthropology at Kansas State University and has been a regular visiting lecturer at Principia College in Illinois since 1981. She has also taught at the Salt Institute for Documentary Field Studies in Portland, Maine, and given dozens of guest lectures in public and academic venues. Her books include "Women of the Dawn" (University of Nebraska Press, 1999), "Molly Spotted Elk: A Penobscot in Paris" (University of Oklahoma Press, 1995), and "Our Lives in Our Hands: Micmac Indian Basketmakers" (Nimbus and Tilbury House, 1990). Working in close collaboration with Native American communities, she has served as curator of museum exhibits based on these books. From 1981-1991 McBride did historical research and community development work for the Aroostook Band of Micmacs in Maine, contributing to their successful efforts to gain federal status, establish a land base, and revitalize cultural traditions. In 1999 the Maine state legislature gave McBride a special commendation for her research and writing on the history of Native women in the state-an honor initiated by elected tribal representatives in the legislature. Currently, she serves as co-principal investigator for a National Parks Service ethnographic research project, oral history advisor for the Kansas Humanities Council, and board member of the Women's World Summit Foundation, based in Geneva, Switzerland.Haviland, William A. is the author of 'Study Guide And Workbook for Haviland/prins/walrath/mcbride's Anthropology The Human Challenge' with ISBN 9780534623647 and ISBN 0534623646.