Dustin M. Wax

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Dustin M. Wax "is a cultural anthropologist and writer. He currently teaches anthropology and Women's Studies at both the community college and university levels. His research interests include the history of anthropology, Cold War history, Native American cultures, gender roles and sexual identity, and the representation of culture and identity in scientific literature, museums, and the mass media. He has also been active in attempts to use the Internet to improve and broaden research and education, and is a founding contributor to the anthropology site Savage Minds, selected as one of the 20 Best Science Blogs by Nature in 2006. He is also the project manager at the personal productivity site lifehack.org, a Technorati Top 100 blog, where he writes about writing, learning, studying, project management, technology, and other topics in personal development." [1]


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  1. About Me, Dustin M. Wax, accessed April 21, 2009.
  2. Professional Writing - Sub Categories, Dustin M. Wax, accessed April 21, 2009.