The Theoretical and Methodological Implications of Long-Term Field Research in Social Anthropology


Aug 29 - Sep 7, 1975

Organized by

Elizabeth Colson, George M. Foster and Thayer Scudder


Burg Wartenstein Conference Center


Long-Term Field Research in Social Anthropology (G.M. Foster, T. Scudder, E. Colson and R.V. Kemper, Eds.) Academic Press, New York, 1979.


  • Elizabeth Colson University of California, Berkeley, USA
  • T. Scarlett Epstein Institute of Developmental Studies, USA
  • Hussein Fahim American University in Cairo, Egypt
  • George M. Foster University of California, Berkeley, USA
  • Robert C. Hanson University of Colorado, USA
  • June Helm University of Iowa, USA
  • Tamas Hofer Ethnographic Museum, Budapest, Hungary
  • Robert V. Kemper Southern Methodist University, USA
  • Louise Lamphere Radcliffe Institute, USA
  • Richard Borshay Lee Toronto University, Canada
  • William Mangin Syracuse University, USA
  • Mervyn Meggitt Queens College, CUNY, USA
  • Lita Osmundsen Wenner-Gren Foundation, USA
  • L.J. Pospisil Yale University, USA
  • Alfonso Villa Rojas Mexico
  • Thayer Scudder California Institute of Technology, USA
  • Evon Vogt Harvard University, USA

Wenner-Gren Symposium #67

Front Row: R. Kemper, T. Scudder, J. Helm, A. Villa Rojas, M. Meggitt, E. Colson, R. Lee, L. Lamphere, L.J. Pospisil, E. Vogt Back Row: W. Mangin, T.S. Epstein, H. Fahim, G. Foster, T. Hofer, L. Osmundsen