Zora Neale Hurston

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'''Zora Neale Hurston''' [[B]] '[[1927|27]] was a writer of the Harlem Renaissance. Originally enrolled at Howard University, she left after two years because she could not support herself. Later, Barnard offered her a scholarship, and she used the opportunity to study with famed anthropologists [[Franz Boas]] and [[Ruth Benedict]] across the street, as well as with classmate (and later famed anthropologist herself) [[Margaret Mead]].
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'''Zora Neale Hurston''' [[BC]] '[[1927|27]] was a writer of the Harlem Renaissance. Originally enrolled at Howard University, she left after two years because she could not support herself. Later, Barnard offered her a scholarship, and she used the opportunity to study with famed anthropologists [[Franz Boas]] and [[Ruth Benedict]] across the street, as well as with classmate (and later famed anthropologist herself) [[Margaret Mead]].
  
 
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Zora Neale Hurston BC '27 was a writer of the Harlem Renaissance. Originally enrolled at Howard University, she left after two years because she could not support herself. Later, Barnard offered her a scholarship, and she used the opportunity to study with famed anthropologists Franz Boas and Ruth Benedict across the street, as well as with classmate (and later famed anthropologist herself) Margaret Mead.

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