the main series of lectures I have given at Cambridge University to
undergraduates from 1975 onwards. Before that date I had given some
lectures in the History Faculty on English kinship. All dates are approximate.
Those of which there are recordings or films are indicated. Those which
are directly related to published books are also indicated. As will
be seen, I tended to lecture on many subjects outside those on which
to kinship and marriage. 8 lectures. 1975-1985 (Filmed)
to Social Anthropology. 4 lectures (video course, filmed). 1986-1989.
of survival (war, famine, disease). 3 lectures. 2000 - onwards
transformations (long term change; partly based on films). 4 lectures.
and third year level.
theories in the social sciences. 8 lectures. 2000 - onwards
the state. 2 lectures. 1990's
and transformation. 8 lectures. 1990's, 2000's
and corporation. 4 lectures 2000 - onwards
anthropology. 4 lectures. 1990's on.
to capitalism. 4 lectures. 1982-4
study of law. 4 lectures . 1980's
and association. 4 lectures. 1975-7
anthropology. 4 lectures , c. 1978-1980
4 lectures. 1990's
growth. 4 lectures. 1970's and 1980's
of the western family. 8 lectures. 1970's, 1980's
and violence. 4 lectures. 1980's, 1990's
behaviour. 4 lectures. c.1985
kinship. 2 lectures. c. 1984
of capitalism: changing paradigms in social sciences. 8 lectures.