Brief Bio

Submitted by Douglas A. Raybeck (inactive) on Thursday, 8/26/2010, at 9:06 AM

Douglas Raybeck is Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at Hamilton College.  He received his PhD in Anthropology from Cornell University in 1975.  He has published more than 60 papers and six books, four of which were co-authored.  Topics have ranged from fieldwork in Kelantan, Malaysia, to psycholinguistics, to study skills, and future studies.  His most recent book is Looking Down the Road:  A Systems Approach to Future Studies.  He is widely regarded as a wonderful person.


Bio, Book Jacket


Ronald Lourie-bio and notes

Born NYC, only child

Father-Lawyer, born Talinn, Estonia

Mother-housewife, born Munich, Germany

Grandfather (mother's father)- Brewery Executive

Education-Collegiate School ( all boys private school)

University of Munich – studied German Literature

Amherst College – thesis: “John Donne, Robert Lowell and the Right to Change”