S. Ann Dunham Papers, Bali (blacksmithing, kerls, other metal work) reading and field notes
About the Project
Help transcribe S. Ann Dunham's field notebook. Stanley Ann Dunham (1942-1995), mother of President Barack Obama, was an anthropologist who focused on traditional craft processes in Indonesia. In her notebooks, she made observations from her time with small-scale weavers, brickmakers, metalworkers and other artisans, and documented work-related travel, experiences as a consultant, and notes on coursework and readings.