In his early studies of Jamaica, anthropologist Lambros Comitas helped develop the concept of occupational multiplicity, identifying workers who defied classification as peasant farmers or other categories. His work provided important insights for government programs and international aid aimed at improving people’s economic circumstance.
The Anthropology Research Fund in Honor of Lambros Comitas was established in 1992 by friends, colleagues and former students, with additional funding from the Estate of Glenn L. Hendricks [Ed.D. 1972], to support students in the field of Anthropology.
Our secure form allows you to direct a gift to our named endowed scholarship using a major credit card. If you have questions, or have difficulty using this form please email Linda Colquhoun or call 212-678-3679.