Contents
Life
Publications
Lectures
Projects
Films

 


Books authored by me

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Naga database


Video Interviews

 


'The Day the World took off', the making of a television series


Social Science Seminars 1976 and 1977

 

ASSOCIATED WEBSITES

Earls Colne

Digitalhimalaya

Cambridge Rivers

Matthew Blakely


Chalk Works

Dilmaya Treks

               
   

Introducing the life and work of Alan Macfarlane and his collaborators.

He taught at the Department of Social Anthropology Cambridge University for thirty-four years and is now Emeritus Professor of Anthropological Science and a Life Fellow of King's College, Cambridge.

As an anthropologist and historian he has worked on England, Nepal, Japan and China.

He has focused on a comparative study of the origins and nature of the modern world.

This site contains a wide variety of materials including video which is streamed from the Streaming Media Service at Cambridge University.

The films and photographs have been made with the permission of the subjects and are shown here on a "not for profit" basis. We hope that if you download any you will use them for educational and research purposes only.

 


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