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Gerald Sack

Gerald Sack is teaching Social Anthropology since 1970. He studied socio-economic change among the Zulu and several other South African tribes, Israeli suicide patterns, Druze reincarnation in the Galilee, Bedouin “blood judges” in the Galilee, and rural estates, estate-formation and musha’ landholding in the Huleh Valley and Western Galilee during the late Ottoman and mandate periods. He recently begun investigating folk medications in Northern Israel.

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