When Raymond Firth died in 2002, Marilyn Strathern wrote that the world had lost ‘the last of the great founders of social anthropology’ [Strathern, 2002]. Facts about his life can be found in obituaries and in entries in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography and the Proceedings of the British Academy (Bloch, 2002 ; Davis, 2004, 2011 ; Strathern, 2002). His personal and professional papers are held at the British Library of Political and Economic Science at the LSE.
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