The Digital Himalaya Project was set up in 2000 by Professor Alan Macfarlane and Dr Mark Turin at the University of Cambridge. Since then, it has been digitising ethnographic archive collections relating to the Himalayan region, including films by Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf
Naga Videodisc Online, created by Alan Macfarlane, Martin Gienke, Sarah Harrison and Julian Jacobs
Film & Sound Online is a JISC-funded set of collections of film, video and sound material. The material is available for download, either in full or as segments, and includes copies of the digitised films from the Digital Himalaya Project.
Digital Anthropology Resources for Teaching (DART) is a partnership project between Columbia University and the London School of Economics which aims to explore the potential of digital resources for the teaching of undergraduate anthropology. It includes digitised images from Fürer-Haimendorf's field notebooks as part of modules designed to focus on his methodology.
The JISC-based project website for the Fürer-Haimendorf archive digitisation project.
Books by Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf available for consultation in the SOAS Library.