Lecsture on ‘Sir J.G.Frazer: Science and Sensibility’
|dc.description||The Frazer Lecture was given in Cambridge by Godfrey Lienhardt on 5th March 1992, well after he had retired. It was chaired by Dr. Alan Macfarlane and was filmed by Humphrey Hinton, using a video 8 camera. The lecture lasts about 45 minutes.||en_GB|
|dc.description.abstract||The Frazer Lecture on the legacy of J.G.Frazer, which Godfrey Lienhardt suggests is greater in the field of literature (through its influence on people like T.S.Elliot in the ‘Waste Land’ than on the science of anthropology.||en_GB|
|dc.title||Lecsture on ‘Sir J.G.Frazer: Science and Sensibility’||en_GB|
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Archival interviews with leading anthropologists, historians,ethno-musicologists, international travellers and others.