|Title:||Interview with David Snellgrove|
|Abstract:||David Snellgrove speaks of his education, admission into the Colonial Service, his wartime experiences in India, travels to Sikkim, studies in Cambridge with Sir Harold Bailey, move to teach Tibetan language at SOAS and fieldwork in Nepal.|
|Description:||Interviewed by Mark Turin and Sara Shneiderman in Torre Pellice, west of Turin (Torino), in Italy, on 20th September, 2004. Interview was edited and lasts 30 minutes.|
|Appears in Collections:||Film interviews of academics and others|
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