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Oral Histories

The Regional Oral History Office (ROHO), a division of The Bancroft Library, conducts carefully researched, tape-recorded, and transcribed interviews. Below are oral histories of some prominent Berkeley anthropologists. See also the Anthropology Emeritus Lecture Series.

Burton Benedict
A Social Anthropologist in Britain and Berkeley

J. Desmond Clark
An Archaeologist at Work in African Prehistory and Early Human Studies: Teamwork and Insight

Elizabeth Colson
Anthropology and a Lifetime of Observation

George McClelland Foster
An Anthropologist's Life in the Twentieth Century: Theory and Practice at UC Berkeley, the Smithsonian, in Mexico, and with the World Health Organization

Mary LeCron Foster
Finding the Themes: Family, Anthropology, Language Origins, Peace and Conflict

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