|Title:||Interview of Jack Goody, 18 May 1991|
|Abstract:||Jack Goody describes his education, his time as a prisoner of war in Italy, his later career as a distinguished anthropologist in Cambridge. He draws attention to the influence of thinkers such as Gordon Childe, and his interest in the wide contrasts between Africa and Eur-Asia|
|Description:||An interview of about 90 minutes, conducted by Eric Hobsbawm and filmed by Alan Macfarlane|
|Appears in Collections:||Film interviews of academics and others|
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