INTERVIEW OF URSULA GRAHAM
Ursula Graham Bower by Alan Macfarlane
Bower (1914-c.1989), was one of the pioneer anthropologists in the
Naga Hills. She never received a formal training in anthropology,
but her photographs, film and two monographs on the Nagas and the
Apa Tanis establish her as one of the great generation alongside her
friends J.P.Mills, Bill Archer and Chnristoph von Furer-Haimendorf.
Here she describes her first meeting with Nagas in the 1930's and
her shock and sense that she had always known them.
was filmed by the Audio Visual Aids Unit in Cambridge 4th November 1985.