Sarah Harrison shares a laugh with a Gurung friend in the village of Thak, central Nepal.
Sarah Harrison has worked as a Research Associate in the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Cambridge.
She has been involved in several multimedia projects, including the Naga Videodisc, and more recently, the elaborate Earl's Colne: Records of an English Village 1375-1854 website.
Sarah has made numerous trips to the Gurung village of Thak, in central Nepal, and has catalogued the Thak Archive in preparation for its launch on DVD and online as part of the Digital Himalaya Project.
When not involved with Digital Himalaya, Sarah can be found managing Bracton Books, a bookdealership specialising in secondhand books for the academic community particularly in the subject areas of anthropology and ethnography.