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Anna L. Wood

Anna L. Wood is an anthropologist, public folklorist, and president of the Association for Cultural Equity, a not-for-profit organization founded by Alan Lomax. Wood has collaborated with immigrant communities to document, revitalize, and present their traditions and has produced over a hundred scholarly editions of Lomax’s sound recordings. With Jeffrey A. Greenberg and Steve Rosenthal, she was awarded a Grammy for her production of Jelly Roll Morton—The Complete Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax and was nominated for Alan Lomax in Haiti.

Books By Anna L. Wood