Moni Nag

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Dr. Moni Nag is an Adjunct Professor of Anthropology at Columbia University, New York. Born in India, he received master's degree in Statistics from the University of Calcutta in 1946 and Ph.D. in Anthropology from Yale University. Starting his career in the Indian Statistical Institute, he worked for a few years in Anthropological Survey of India and joined the Department of Anthropology at Columbia university in 1966.

Dr. Nag is well known for his studies in human sexuality and has published several books on the subject.

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  • Nag, Moni; Benjamin N. F. White; R. Creighton Peet (June 1978). "An Anthropological Approach to the Study of the Economic Value of Children in Java and Nepal". Current Anthropology. 19 (2): 293–306. JSTOR 2741995. doi:10.1086/202076.