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Interview with anthropologist Richard B. Lee in 2017

Part 1: Early Life and Education

Part 2: Going to Africa

Part 3: Fieldwork among the !Kung in the Kalahari

Part 4: More fieldwork with the !Kung

Part 5: Going back to the Kalahari

Part 6: Without a truck: more work with the !Kung

Part 7: Film and Audio Visual Projects:

Part 8: Film, Eleanor Leacock, Hunter gatherer research, and anthropological theory

Part 9: Being an anthropologist in the 20th century

Interview with James Woodburn on the Hadza

Talk by Chritsopher Boehm on Warfare and Feuding in the Pleistocene
Marshall Sahlins on Anthropology

A talk by Claude Levi-Strauss on Mythical Thought and Social Life (1984)
Jared Diamond: Lessons from Hunter Gatherers

Robert Kelly: The Fifth Beginning
Sarah Hrdy: Child rearing in evolution

Fatimah Jackson talks on How Plants Domesticated Humans

Joseph Tainter: The Collapse of Complex Societies
Polly Weissner: Violence in Human Evolution and Culture
Mathias Guenther: Bushman societies and animals

Folktales, Religion, and the Romanticization of the Bushmen:

The Nharo Bushman of the Kalahari:

Fieldwork and Honeymoon Among the Nharo:

Education and Inspirations:

Ethno-tourism and the primitivist trope
Interviews (and lectures) with Anthropologist James C. Scott, author of Seeing Like a State, and The Art of Not Being Governed.

James Scott interview part 1.

James Scott interview part 2.

Beyond the Pale: The Earliest Agrarian States and Their Enemies

The Art of Not Being Governed:

A Deep History of State Evasion:

The Domestication of Fire, Grains, Animals, and Us.

Autonomy, Vernaculars, and the Invisible Committee

Visions of Anarchy:
Interview with Les Hiatt (considered the grandfather of Australian anthropology, and a contributor to the Man the Hunter conference in 1966)

Interview with Cognitive Linguist Lera Boroditsky:

How Language Shapes the Way We Think: