TBS Executive Council member James W. Lett, Ph.D., is a Professor of Anthropology & Geography at Indian River State College in Fort Pierce and Adjunct Professor of Anthropology at Florida Atlantic University.

His relevant publications include:

  • Science, Reason, and Anthropology: The Principles of Rational Inquiry  (Rowman and Littlefield, Publishers, 1997)

  • "Science, Religion, and Anthropology" (in Anthropology of Religion,  Stephen Glazier, editor, Greenwood Press, 1977)

  • "Scientific Anthropology" (in Encyclopedia of Cultural Anthropology,  Henry Holt and Company, 1996)

  • "The Persistent Popularity of the Paranormal" (Skeptical Inquirer  16(4):381-388, 1992)

  • "A Field Guide to Critical Thinking" (in The Hundredth Monkey and Other Paradigms of the Paranormal,  Kendrick Frazier, editor, Prometheus Books, 1991)

  • The Human Enterprise: A Critical Introduction to Anthropological Theory  (Westview Press, 1987)


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