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Marianne Gullestad

Marianne Gullestad was a Norwegian social anthropologist. She was born in Kristiansand, and grew up in Bergen. She graduated in social anthropology from the University of Bergen in 1975. Her thesis from 1984, Kitchen table society, treated the life of young working-class mothers. She was appointed guest lecturer at the University of Chicago during three periods in the 1980s and 1990s. From 1998 she was appointed assistant professor at the University of Tromsø. Gullestad frequently appeared in television and radio, and wrote hundreds of newspaper articles. She was awarded Eilert Sundt's Research Prize in 1989, and the Norwegian Academy Prize in memory of Thorleif Dahl in 2007.

Awards by Marianne Gullestad

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