I have been out of touch, attending the ASA 2000 Annual meeting in Gordon
College, Wenham, MA. The meeting was very satisfying. You would feel at
home with the ASA group. I invite you to join.
Thanks for the kind words you wrote back on July 27. I appreciate them.
Actually, I am not completely ID. I see myself rather as a hybrid, a mixture
of roughly one-fourth ID, one-fourth microevolution, and one half phyletic
development. The last is my primary orientation. All three positions can be
supported empirically. I cut my teeth on interdisciplinary approach to human
development in grad school; and I have stayed with the method ever since. I
suppose we all are interdisciplinarians, some more, some less.
I presented a paper at the ASA meeting that describes my position pretty
well, and I would like to send you a copy of an enlarged version of it, if
you are interested.
I feel close to you.
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