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Peter W. Wood

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Peter Wyatt Wood (born 1953)[1] is an American anthropologist and author.[2] He is president of the National Association of Scholars, having been appointed to that office in 2009. He received a PhD in anthropology in 1987 from the University of Rochester.[3]


Books (selected)[edit]

  • Wood, Peter Wyatt (1986). Quoting Heaven: Narrative, Ritual, and Trope in an Heretical Shrine of the Virgin Mary in Rural Wisconsin. University of Rochester. Department of Anthropology.
  • Wood, Peter (2003). Diversity: The Invention of a Concept. Encounter Books. ISBN 978-1-893554-62-7.
  • Wood, Peter (2006). A Bee in the Mouth: Anger in America Now. Encounter Books. ISBN 978-1-59403-053-6.
  • Wood, Peter (2016). The Architecture of Intellectual Freedom. National Association of Scholars. ISBN 978-0-9975211-4-6.
  • Wood, Peter (2015). Drilling Through the Core: Why Common Core Is Bad for American Education. Pioneer Institute. ISBN 978-0-9852086-9-1.
  • Wood, Peter W. (2020). Diversity Rules. Encounter Books. ISBN 978-1-64177-112-2.
  • Wood, Peter W. (2020). 1620: A Critical Response to the 1619 Project. Encounter Books. ISBN 978-1-64177-125-2.
  • Wood, Peter W. (2021). Wrath: America Enraged. Encounter Books. ISBN 978-1-64177-219-8.


  1. ^ "Wood, Peter (W.) 1953–". Contemporary Authors. Vol. 237. Detroit: Thomson Gale. 2006. p. 442. ISBN 978-1-4144-0535-3.
  2. ^ Who's Who in America, 2006. New Providence, N.J.: Marquis Who's Who. 2005. p. 5145. ISBN 978-0-8379-6994-7.
  3. ^ "Staff". The National Association of Scholars. Retrieved May 26, 2021.

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