Shelton H. Davis
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Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts—Ph.D. Degree in Social Anthropology, June 1970. Dissertation Research in Guatemala (1967-1969). CV
- Inter-American Foundation (Rosslyn, Virginia, 1985 and 1986)
- Anthropology Resource Center, Boston, Massachusetts (June 1975 to August 1984)
- Participant in Social Science Research Council Expert Panel on Human Dimensions of the Three Mile Island Nuclear Accident (New York, 1979); and, organizer of International Conference on Indigenous Peoples and Multinational Corporate Challenge (Washington, DC, 1982).
- Indigena, Inc., Berkeley, California (September 1973 to May 1975)-- Co-Founder and Executive Director of first documentation center in the United States on the indigenous peoples of the Western Hemisphere. Publication of first English-language newsletter on Indian peoples of the Americas.
- Member of the Board of Directors of Plumsock Fund (South Woodstock, Vermont). Among other activities, the Plumsock Fund supports the Centro de Investigaciones Regionales de Mesoamerica (CIRMA) in Antigua, Guatemala; Plumsock Mesoamerican Studies in South Woodstock, Vermont, and the Maya Educational Foundation in Guatemala. Nominated June 2002.
- Member of Board of Directors, Ruth Mott Foundation, Flint Michigan, 1987 through 1989.
- Member of Latin America and Caribbean Advisory Committee, Oxfam America, Boston, Massachusetts, 1984 through 1986.