A Tribute to Professor Harold C. Conklin (1926-2016)

source: YaleUniversity     2017年7月17日
A Tribute to Professor Harold C. Conklin (1926-2016)
Crosby Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at Yale University
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Harold C. Conklin, was the Franklin Muzzy Crosby Professor Emeritus in Yale’s Department of Anthropology and Curator Emeritus of Anthropology in Yale’s Peabody Museum of Natural History. A linguist and ethnographer, he was an anthropologist known for his studies of the ecosystems and cultures of the Philippines. Hal Conklin did his undergraduate and graduate work at the University of California, Berkeley, and Yale University, respectively. He was on the anthropological faculties at both Columbia (1954-1962) and Yale (1962-2016) After World War II, Conklin concentrated his research in insular southeast Asia; his principal field sites were on Mindoro (the Hanunóo) and Luzon (the Ifugao) in the Philippines.

Formal Tribute - Peabody Museum David Friend Hall
00:00:00 Bruce Conklin, Son, Introduction to the program

00:02:02 Anne Underhill, Professor and Chair, Yale University Department of Anthropology; Curator Peabody Museum

00:05:19 David Skelly, Director, Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University; Frank R. Oastler Professor of Ecology, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies

00:08:44 William Kelly, Professor of Anthropology and Sumitomo Professor of Japanese Studies, Yale University

00:17:38 Michael Dove, Margaret K. Musser Professor of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University

00:25:00 Patricia Afable, Research Associate, Harold C. Conklin Research Collection

00:34:28 Myrdene Anderson, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics, Purdue University

00:40:10 Robert Kasberg Jr. Associate Dean of Student Affairs, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine

00:47:10 Joel Kuipers, Professor of Anthropology and International Affairs, George Washington University

00:53:02 Ana MT Labrador, Assistant Director, National Museum of the Philippines

Formal Toasts in Peabody Great Hall

01:00:17 Dylan Conklin; Grandson of Hal

01:02:10 Michael Davidson; Former Graduate student of Hal

01:03:57 Kinthi Sturtevant; Daughter of Bill Sturtevant, longtime colleague of Hal

01:05:50 James Sivco and Greg Sivco; Sons of Suzanne Sivco (Hal’s sister)

01:11:55 Frank Hole; Former Chair of Yale Department of Anthropology

01:14:33 Alison Richard; Former Chair of Yale Department of Anthropology; Former Vice Chancellor of the University of Cambridge

01:19:45 Alfred McCoy; Former graduate student of Hal, and Professor of History at University of Wisconsin

01:24:46 Mamerto Tindongan; Ifugao blessing. A sculptor/builder and Ifugao Mumbaki (Shaman), he is also the son of Buwaya Tindongan (one of Hal’s closest Ifugao associates).

01:30:32 Mamerto Tindongan, Mark Conklin and Allen Abayao; Ifugao gong music and dancing.

01:31:54 Mark Conklin; Son, closing remarks

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