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Rivers Memorial Medal Prior Recipients

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2012 Professor Nigel Rapport
2011 Professor Robert Foley
2010 Professor Stephen Shennan



2009 Professor Wendy James
2008 Professor Daniel Miller
Professor Brian Morris
2007 Professor Andrew Whiten
2006 Professor Paul Sillitoe
2005 Professor Clive Gamble
2004 Professor Chris Stringer
2003 Dr Robert Layton
2002 Dr Maurice Bloch
2001 No Award
2000 Professor Adam Kuper



1999 Professor Caroline Humphrey
1998 Dr Nicholas Thomas
1997 Dr James Carrier
1996 Dr. Ray Abrahams
1995 Dr Simon Harrison
1994 Professor Michael Herzfeld
1993 Professor R.W. Wrangham
1992 Professor Ladislav Holy
1991 Dr Dan Sperber
1990 Dr C.G.N. Mascie-Taylor



1989 Dr Tim Ingold
1988 Dr Alfred Gell
1987 No Award
1986 Professor John Blacking
1985 Professor David Parkin
1984 Dr Alan Macfarlane
1983 Dr Maurice Bloch
1982 Professor Elizabeth Colson
1981 No Award
1980 Professor Abner Cohen



1979 Professor Colin Renfrew
1978 Professor Phillip Tobias
1977 Dr Peter Ucko
1976 Professor A. Strathern
Dr. M. Strathern
1975 Professor J.R. Goody
1974 Dr D.F. Pocock
1973 Dr S.J. Tambiah
1972 Dr J. Waechter
1971 No Award
1970 Dr Rodney Needham



1969 Professor J.S. Weiner
1968 Professor Mary Douglass
Professor Eric Higgs
1967 Dr Philip Mayer
Professor N.A. Barnicot
1966 Professor Gulliver
1965 Professor V. Turner
1964 Professor Adrian Mayer
1963 Derek Stenning
1962 Professor H. Lehman
1961 Hilda Kuper
1960 Professor J.C. Mitchell. The Rhodesias and Ngasa Land



1959 Professor J.A. Barnes Norway and Rhodesia
1958 Dr E.R. Leach Kurdistan & North Burma
1957 Dr Phyllis M. Kaberry
1956 Professor Daryll Forde
1955 Professor M.N. Srinivas
1954 Professor Max Gluckman
1953 Dr Donald F. Thomson for fieldwork in Arnhem Land
1952 Dr L.S.B. Leakey for archaeological and anthropological fieldwork in East Africa
Professor Monica Wilson for socio-anthropological fieldwork in Southern Africa
1951 Dr R.F. Fortune for fieldwork in Melanesia and North America
1950 Dr S.F. Nadel for fieldwork in Northern Nigeria and the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan



1949 Dr C. von F├╝rer Haimendorf for fieldwork in Hyderabad-Deccan and Assam
1948 Dr Verrier Elwin for fieldwork in India
1947 Dr Meyer Fortes for fieldwork in the Northern territories of the Gold Coast, in Ashanti and in Nigeria
1946 Ian H. Hogbin for fieldwork in Ontong Java, Solomon Islands and New Guinea
1945 J. Eric Thompson for fieldwork in Central America
Dr. Audrey I. Richards for fieldwork among the Bemba of Northern Rhodesia
1944 James Hornell for fieldwork in the coastal areas of India, Africa and Indonesia, and in the Pacific Islands
1943 Beatrice Mary Blackwood for fieldwork in North America and Melanesia
1942 James Philip Mills for fieldwork among the Nagas of Assam
1941 Dr Diamon Jenness for fieldwork in Arctic America.
1940 Dr Raymond Firth for fieldwork in Tokopia



1939 Professor Isaac Schapera for fieldwork in the Bechuanaland Protectorate
1938 Dorothy Ann Elizabeth Garrod for fieldwork in Gibraltar, South Kurdistan and Palestine
1937 Dr Edward Evan Evans-Pritchard for anthropological fieldwork in the Sudan and Kenya
1936 Professor Peter H. Buck (Te Rangi Hioa), for anthropological fieldwork in New Zealand and in Central and Eastern Polynesia
1935 Professor A.M. Hocart for fieldwork in Melanesia, Polynesia and Ceylon
1934 Miss Gertrude Caton-Thompson for fieldwork in Egypt, the Libyan Desert and Rhodesia
1933 Mrs Brenda Zara Seligman for anthropological fieldwork in Ceylon and the Sudan
1932 Melville Williams Hilton for fieldwork in Algeria, Sahara and Belgian Congo
1931 Rev. E.W. Smith for fieldwork in Northern Rhodesia
1930 Professor Bronislaw Malinowski for fieldwork in Melanesia



1929 John Henry Hutton for fieldwork in the Naga Hills (Assam) .
1928 Sidney H. Ray for research on linguistics in the Torres Straits;
Emil Torday for research in the ethnology and ethnography of the Congo Basin
1927 Sir W. Baldwin Spencer for fieldwork in Central and Northern Australia
1926 Professor Edward Westermarck for fieldwork in Morocco
1925 Professor C.G. Seligman for fieldwork in New Guinea, Ceylon and the Sudan
1924 Dr A.C. Haddon for fieldwork in the Torres Straits, New Guinea and Sarawak



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