Wanni W. Anderson received her BA (honors)( English) from Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, in 1959, MA (English) from Brown University in 1962, Ph.D. in Folklore and Folklife, Anthropolgy Focus, from the University of Pennsylvania in 1973, and from Harvard University a posdoctoral in Psychological Anthropolgy in 1981-82 and in 1982-83 a postdoctoral in the Cross -Cultural Studies of Adolescence
Life at Swift Water Place: Northwest Alaska at the Threshold of European Contact (co-authored with Douglas D. Anderson).
2010 Mapping Thai Muslims: Community Dynamics and Change on the Andaman Coast. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books
In Two Worlds: Thai-American Trajectory. Bangkok: Chulalongkorn U. Social Research Institute
The Dall Sheep Dinner Guest: Inupiaq Narratives of Northwest Alaska. U. of Alaska Press, 2005.
Displacements and Diasporas: Asians in the Americas. Wanni W. Anderson and Robert G. Lee, eds. Rutgers University Press, 2005.
Book review: Luiza Del Guidice and Gerald Porter, eds. Imagined States: Nationalism, Utopia, and Longing in Oral Literature. For American Anthropologist, March 2003, pp 184-186, vol. 105(1).
Folktales of the Riverine and Coastal Inupiat. Northwest Arctic Borough and National Endowment for the Humanities, 2003.
Kuuvanmiut Subsistence: Traditional Eskimo Life in the 20th Century. (with Douglas D. Anderson et al.), National Park Service, Department of Interior, 1998
"Ethnicity in Action: Thai Muslim Ethnicization in the Thai Nation-State." Accepted for publication in Journal of the Siam Society, Bangkok.
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