Dorothea C. Leighton

Dorothea C. Leighton, M.D., a psychiatrist, received with Dr. Alexander H. Leighton the Joint Postdoctoral Research Training Fellowship of the Social Science Research Council in 1939–40. A Guggenheim Fellowship was also awarded jointly to her and Dr. Leighton. She passed away in 1989.

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Cover: The Navaho: Revised EditionThe Navaho: Revised EditionKluckhohn, Clyde
Leighton, Dorothea C.
Cover: The Navaho Door: An Introduction to Navaho LifeThe Navaho Door: An Introduction to Navaho LifeLeighton, Alexander H.
Leighton, Dorothea C.
E-DITION06/12/1944$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
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