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Annette Barbara Weiner née Cohen (February 14, 1933 - 7 December 1997) was an American anthropologist, Kriser Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at New York University. She was known for her ethnographic work in the Trobriand Islands and her development of the concept of inalienable wealth in social anthropological theory.

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Uniform title: Women of value, men of renown : new perspectives in Trobriand exchange. French
by Weiner, Annette B., 1933-
Paris : Editions Du Seuil, 1983
 
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