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Edith Turner (anthropologist)         
ANTHROPOLOGIST
Edith Turner (anthropology); Communitas: The Anthropology of Collective Joy
Edith Turner (June 17, 1921 – June 18, 2016) was an English-American anthropologist, poet, and post-secondary educator. In addition to collaborating with her husband, Victor Witter Turner, on a number of early socio-cultural research projects concerning healing, ritual and communitas, she continued to develop these topics following his death in 1983, especially communitas.
Edith Freilich         
AMERICAN BRIDGE PLAYER
Edith Kemp; Edith Seligman; Edith Seamon; Edith Kemp Freilich
Edith Freilich née Seamon (September 8, 1911 - May 14, 2011)Edith S. FreilichEDITH FREILICH was an American bridge player, "one of the world's greatest female bridge players".
Edith Berkeley         
  • Edith Berkeley in 1925
CANADIAN MARINE BIOLOGIST
User:Keri.AWH/Edith Berkeley; User:Dreamingiris/Edith Berkeley; Edith Bergtheil
Edith Berkeley (1 September 1875–25 February 1963) was a Canadian marine biologist who specialized in the biology of polychaetes. The Edith Berkeley Memorial Lectures were established in the University of British Columbia in her memory in 1969.

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Edith Turner (anthropologist)
Edith Turner (June 17, 1921 – June 18, 2016) was an English-American anthropologist, poet, and post-secondary educator. In addition to collaborating with her husband, Victor Witter Turner, on a number of early socio-cultural research projects concerning healing, ritual and communitas, she continued to develop these topics following his death in 1983, especially communitas.