|Title:||Interview with Robert Paine|
|Abstract:||Robert Paine reviews his life as an anthropologist - his training and fieldwork with the Saami nomands of Norway in the 1950's; the inception of the Anthropology Department at Bergen and his later move to St John's Newfoundland; themes of welfare and 'nanny' colonialism, the difficulties of advocacy in Anthropology; his later interest in Israel, meta-history and memory; closing with memories of Oxford in the late 40's and those he worked and studied with there.|
|Description:||Interviewed by Piers Vitebsky on 8th July 1986; filmed by Julian Jacobs - 1 hour 14 minutes in length.|
|Appears in Collections:||Film interviews of academics and others|
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