An interview with Clifford Geertz 
(Richard Handler, interviewer), in: Current Anthropology, vol. 32 no. 5 (1991), pp. 603-613. 



In an interview, Clifford Geertz describes various aspects & highlights of his career, including: his education & theses research in Indonesia; development of interest in social relations, the sociology of religion, & interpretive or symbolic anthropology; the influences of Max Weber, Franz Boas, & other distinguished anthropologists; interactions with fellow educators & researchers at various institutions; facets of his research in Morocco; creation of the School of Social Science at the Instit for Advanced Study; the progress of anthropology in the last twenty years & its future prospects; & current lecture topics & writing projects. 1 Photograph, 29 References. M. Malas



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