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In Memoriam: Remembering Anne Pike-Tay (10 June 1956 – 16 April 2020)

In Memoriam: Remembering Anne Pike-Tay (10 June 1956 – 16 April 2020) IN MEMORIAM REMEMBERING ANNE PIKE-TAY (10 JUNE 1956 – 16 APRIL 2020) Anne Pike-Tay at 2014 Vassar College Commencement (photograph courtesy of Gerald Peterson) Anne Pike-Tay, Ph.D. (1989, New York University), Professor Emerita of Anthropology (Vassar College), passed away on 16 April 2020. She is survived by her husband Eng Chye Tay, son Brendan Yi-Fu Tay, daughter Hannah Ling Tay, and two brothers William Pike and David Pike. Anne was predeceased by her brother Timothy Pike. Due to the circumstances of COVID-19, memorial services were private with a celebration of Anne’s life planned for a later date. Asian Perspectives, Vol. 60, No. 1 © 2021 by the University of Hawai‘i Press. 242 ASIAN PERSPECTIVES � 2021 � 60(1) In her 2013 convocation address to Vassar College, Anne identified a lifelong journey to combine her love of natural science and art as the thread running through all her endeavors. Her concern for the environment manifested in action, first by becoming a founding member of her high school’s Students to Overcome Pollution and later as a member of the steering committee for Vassar College’s Environmental Studies Program. Her sense of adventure was another constant thread in her life. Asked what she http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asian Perspectives University of Hawai'I Press

In Memoriam: Remembering Anne Pike-Tay (10 June 1956 – 16 April 2020)

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IN MEMORIAM REMEMBERING ANNE PIKE-TAY (10 JUNE 1956 – 16 APRIL 2020) Anne Pike-Tay at 2014 Vassar College Commencement (photograph courtesy of Gerald Peterson) Anne Pike-Tay, Ph.D. (1989, New York University), Professor Emerita of Anthropology (Vassar College), passed away on 16 April 2020. She is survived by her husband Eng Chye Tay, son Brendan Yi-Fu Tay, daughter Hannah Ling Tay, and two brothers William Pike and David Pike. Anne was predeceased by her brother Timothy Pike. Due to the circumstances of COVID-19, memorial services were private with a celebration of Anne’s life planned for a later date. Asian Perspectives, Vol. 60, No. 1 © 2021 by the University of Hawai‘i Press. 242 ASIAN PERSPECTIVES � 2021 � 60(1) In her 2013 convocation address to Vassar College, Anne identified a lifelong journey to combine her love of natural science and art as the thread running through all her endeavors. Her concern for the environment manifested in action, first by becoming a founding member of her high school’s Students to Overcome Pollution and later as a member of the steering committee for Vassar College’s Environmental Studies Program. Her sense of adventure was another constant thread in her life. Asked what she

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Asian PerspectivesUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: May 28, 2021

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