project on computers and history, King's College, Cambridge, Research
research project on computers and history, Social Science Research Council,
convener, two year seminar on history and anthropology, sponsored by
the Social Science Research Council, 1975-7.
project on the records of the Portuguese Inquisition, funded by King's
College Research Centre and the Gulbenkian Foundation, 1982 to 1987.
of project to put an English village on the Internet, funded by Renaissance
Trust and King's College Research Centre, 1996-2002.
of Rivers Video Project, Department of Social Anthropology, Cambridge,
1983 on (with some funding from the Renaissance Trust).
to BBC 'Timewatch' series. Contributor to BBC television series (6 part)
on British Archives (2000).
contributor, with numerous appearances, to six one hour Channel 4 television
series programmes on the history and anthropology of the world (broadcast,
June, 2000 as 'The Day the World Took Off').
of the 'Cambridge Experimental Videodisc Project' on the Nagas of Assam,
1985-1992 (funded by Nuffield, Leverhulme, and Economic & Social
of project on 'Social and Economic Change in the Central Himalayas',
199O-1993 (funded by the Economic and Social Research Council).
of project on modern information technologies and their application,
1990 to present (funded by the Renaissance Trust); the 'Bamboo' advanced
information retrieval system to be available in 2006.
Seminar on Asian and European Technologies, funded by Renaissance Trust
and King's College Research Centre, 1996-1998.
of project on 'Digital Himalaya', funded by Royal Anthropological Institute
fund and Renaissance Trust, 2000 on.
of Digital Orient research project (2002 onwards).
of project on China's minorities; an archival and historical approach,
funded by the Firebird Foundation for Anthropological Research(2004 onwards).