Re: Women inventing agriculture

Ruby Rohrlich (rohrlich@GWIS2.CIRC.GWU.EDU)
Wed, 5 Apr 1995 19:47:06 -0400

/why don't you listen to what Patty Jo has to say tonight, 4/5, at l0 E.T.
from Boston, I forget the name of the station. I suppose the reality of
sub jective situations outweighs all philosophical and anthropological
discussions, and I sure hope your husband's situation changes. Ruby

On Wed, 5 Apr 1995, Anita Cohen-Williams wrote:

> I seem to remember a simliar discussion of this sort of female-centric and
> prehistory many years ago. Dr. Adrianne Zihlman published something in which
> she stated that man was the hunter because he was expendable. Boy, what a row
> that kicked up!
> Isn't this sort of discussion rather meaningless? Unlike a great many
> achievements, who invented agriculture is one of the great unknown and
> unknowable things out there.
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