25/03/1901 New Zealand anthropologist Raymond Firth is born
Firth on Firth - Reflections of an anthropologist
Interview with Raymond Firth
Interview with Raymond and Rosemary Firth
He researched the Maori and other people of Oceania and Southeast Asia. His first main area of interest was their economic organization. Firth is considered a founder of British economic anthropology. Later, he studied religion, especially on the Tikopia of the Solomon Islands, and the anthropological treatment of symbols.
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