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Priscilla Reining Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Priscilla Alden Copeland Reining (March 11, 1923 – July 19, 2007) was an American applied anthropologist. She was most remembered for her extensive work with the HIV/AIDS epidemic, especially on the African Continent. Priscilla Reining was the recipient of three anthropological degrees, from the University of Chicago. Reining's field of specialization was centered mainly on the sub-Saharan region of Africa. During a Sudanese uprising in 1955, Reining and her family fled the country having "led a whole convoy of people." She worked for several years with the Haya people located in Tanzania in the early 1950s becoming one of the uppermost authorities on the village life of sub-Saharan peoples. One of her more notable studies was that of the Haya land tenure:We have examined the two forms of landholding and tenancy in the Haya system of land tenure. Although they co-exist, they have different bases, the one as an aspect of the traditional structure and the other as an aspect of the structure developing at the time of the study. The significance of each derives from the particular characteristics of Haya land which is valuable but limited in quantity. In the traditional structure, the land formed the base or medium through which the institution of clientship was expressed and some land is still held under this form of tenure. In the developing structure, the pressure on the land makes for heterogeneous arrangements, here considered under the rubric of the relatively new form of tenure.Reining also pioneered and implicated the Landsat imagery technology in the field of anthropology and other social sciences. However it was her work on HIV transmission in Africa that brought her most recognition within the anthropology community.
|Date Of Birth||1923-03-11|
|Horizon||2000||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Sex: A Horizon Guide||2013||TV Movie documentary||Herself (as Dr Priscilla Reining)|