Lectures

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A GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY

What is Social Anthropology? [Film* - For broadband users download the full films]

Some Technical Terms used by Anthropologists

Introduction to Kinship and Marriage [See Films* - For broadband users download the full films]

Politics and Economic Life [Films* - For broadband users download the full films]

Strategies of Survival [Films* - For broadband users download the full films]

Introduction to Religion and Ritual given by Dr Stephen Hugh-Jones [Films* - For broadband users download the full films]

Symbols, Language and Communication given by Dr Mark Turin [Films* - For broadband users download the full films]

Further materials for Cambridge undergraduates

MORE ADVANCED LECTURES FOR UNDERGRADUATES

Law, Justice and Violence [See 'Films']

Classical Social Theorists [Films* - For broadband users download the full films]

Changing Paradigms in the Social Sciences

METHODOLOGY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCE FOR POSTGRADUATE RESEARCH

'53 minute video on doing fieldwork' [Film* - For broadband users download the full film]

'Reflections on fieldwork among the Gurungs of Nepal' [Film* - For broadband users download the full film]

'Reflections on using film in fieldwork' [Film* - For broadband users download the full film]

Lecture on the use of personal records for history and anthropology [Film* - For broadband users download the full films]

Talk on the methods of charting social relationships [Film* - For broadband users download the full films]

'Ethics for anthropologists' [Film* - For broadband users download the full films]

LINKS TO OTHER FILMED LECTURES

An informal introduction to Cambridge University and King's College Personal reflections on questions put by Kenong Guan and filmed by Xiaoxiao Yan on the 8th August 2006 [Film* - For broadband users download the full films]

A visit to Earls Colne in Essex, in August 2006 Discussions of the origins of English individualism and the reconstruction of the history of an English village. Also wider reflections on China, Japan, feudalism, capitalism, peasantry, property and other matters. Questions put by Kenong Guan and filmed by Xiaoxiao Yan [Film* - For broadband users download the full films]

THE CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG - A Public Lecture: "Why is there Inequality?" - 10 November 2005

[Film* = On Cambridge University DSpace]

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