2004, English, Video edition: Celebration of Life and Work of Sir Raymond Firth Firth, Raymond

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  • 34634179 bytes, 52680439 bytes, 25001442 bytes, 44011639 bytes, 24614073 bytes, 24026699 bytes, 38661297 bytes, 54400151 bytes, 35476621 bytes, 26263013 bytes, application/​octet-stream
  • Video
Published
  • 2004-11-20T16:07:09Z
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Celebration of Life and Work of Sir Raymond Firth
Creator
  • Firth, Raymond
Published
  • 2004-11-20T16:07:09Z
Physical Description
  • 34634179 bytes, 52680439 bytes, 25001442 bytes, 44011639 bytes, 24614073 bytes, 24026699 bytes, 38661297 bytes, 54400151 bytes, 35476621 bytes, 26263013 bytes, application/​octet-stream
  • Video
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  • Short addresses to commemorate Sir Raymond Firth's life and work, filmed by Xiaoxiao Yan and Alan Macfarlane
  • Celebration of the Life and Work of Sir Raymond Firth, held at the London School of Economics on 18th October 2002. Short addresses by Professor Anthony Giddens, Director of the London School of Economics; Dr Charles Stafford, Convenor of the Department of Anthropology, London School of Economics; a message from Tikopia read by the Lord Grabenor, QC, Chairman of the L.S.E. Council; Professor Adrian Mayer, Emeritus Professor at the School of Oriental and African Studies; Professor Janet Carsten, Head of Social Anthropology, Edinburgh University; Professor John Davis, Warden of AllSouls College, Oxford; message from Professor Fei Hsiao T'ung in China read by Professor Stephen Feuchtwang, London School of Economics; Professor Dame Marilyn Strathern, Mistress of Girton College, Cambridge; Professor Jean la Fontaine, Emeritus Professor of Anthropology, London School of Economics; message from Professor Claude Levi-Strauss, read by Professor Joanathan Parry of the London School of Economics; Professor Maurice Bloch, Department of Anthropology, L.S.E.
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  • English
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