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Jean Liedloff (November 26, 1926 – March 15, 2011) was an American author, born in New York City, and best known for her 1975 book The Continuum Concept. She is the aunt of writer Janet Hobhouse, and is represented by the character Constance in Hobhouse's book "The Furies."
During a diamond-hunting expedition to Venezuela, she came into contact with an indigenous people named the Yequana. Over time she became fascinated with the Yequana, and made a decision to return to Venezuela to live with them. She wrote her book The Continuum Concept to describe her new understanding of how we have lost much of our natural well-being, and to show us practical ways to regain it for our children and for ourselves. Her book is based on her experiences while living with the Yequana, and discusses in particular their style of child-rearing and its fundamental effect on their later lives.
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- The Continuum Concept - About the book
- Starting out: how Teddy Goldsmith launched the Ecologist 40 years ago
- Photo Album
- Interview with her by Chris Mercogliano
- Video interview with her by Michael Mendizza, direct link to the video
- Jean Liedloff on the role of golf in the Western lifestyle
- Interview With Jean Liedloff, November 16th 2004, in English
- Interview With Jean Liedloff, November 16th 2004, in Hebrew
- Works by or about Jean Liedloff in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
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