|Title:||Lecture on the use of personal records for history and anthropology|
|Abstract:||A lecture given to the Joint course in research training for Master of Philosophy students in Cambridge, with backgrounds in history, anthropology, sociology, law, geography, criminology. It describes in an autobiographical way the use of personal records, including letters, diaries, autobiographies and travel records.|
|Description:||Lecture given by Alan Macfarlane in 2002/3, filmed by Xiaoxiao Yan, lasts about 45 minutes.|
|Appears in Collections:||Film interviews of academics and others|
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