Sir Raymond Firth, in full Sir Raymond William Firth (March 25, 1901 - February 22, 2002), New Zealand social anthropologist best known for his research on the Maori and other peoples of Oceania and Southeast Asia.
- Human Types: An Introduction to Social Anthropology, 1938.
- Primitive Polynesian Economy, London: Routledge & Sons, Ltd, 1939.
- Malay Fishermen Their Peasant Economy, London: Kegan Paul and Trubner and Co., 1946. 
- Human types: an introduction to social anthropology, New York, Toronto: New American Library and London: New English Library, 1958.
- Social Change in Tikopia, 1959.
- Man and Culture: An Evaluation of the Works of Bronislaw Malinowski, London: Routledge and Kegan, 1960.
- Elements of social organization, London: Watts, 1961.
- with Mervyn McLean, Tikopia Songs: Poetic and Musical Art of a Polynesian People of the Solomon Islands, Cambridge University Press, 1990.
- Religion: a Humanist Interpretation, London and New York, Routledge, 1996.