Hilda Kuper (1911- ) was a professor of Anthropology at UCLA (1963-78) specializing in South Africa, Swaziland, and the Swazi.
The collection consists of Dr. Kuper's correspondence, manuscripts, notes, notebooks, photographs, research, and teaching
Hilda Kuper was born in Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), 1911; married Leo Kuper (1935); BA (1935) and MA (1934), University of Witwatersrand;
Ph.D, London School of Economics (1942); Professor of Anthropology, UCLA (1963-78) as well as lecturer at various universities;
recipient of numerous awards and fellowships; author of several books and articles, she is best known for her work on South
Africa, Swaziland, and the Swazi.
70 boxes (35 linear ft)
8 oversize boxes
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