Hammond, Norman

Hammond, Norman

(1944–  ) archaeologist, anthropologist; born in England. He was educated through his Ph.D. at Cambridge University, England, where he taught until joining the Rutgers University faculty (1977). A fieldworker of wide range, he became best known for his work on Maya settlements and structures; his books include Ancient Maya Civilization (1982) and Nohmul… (1985).
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The final was won by Jordan Merrett (Three Spires), Martin Harrinan (ex-Coventry Parks), John Lawrie and Steve Merrett (both Three Spires) with a 4-2 victory over Lewis Hammond, Norman Merrett, Martin Hammond and Simon Rogers (both Three Spires).
But the more developed argument, always implicit, is, ineluctably, that our cancer, white racism, was attacked by valiant, imaginative, energetic people like John Hammond, Norman Granz, and others, was held in remission to some extent in the exigency of global war, but lost little of its virulence.