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Adam Branch

Cambridge. The anti-colonial, Pan-African and transcontinental traditions of African Studies, with their focus on the African diaspora, race and Africa-centred knowledge, were not institutionalized within British universities to the extent they were in some

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For or against commoning?

Ida Susser

and explore the ways in which these can be promoted as part of a closed or open view of the state. We also examine the dividing lines of race and immigration and how these can distort commoning or how commoning can open up new visions of cooperation

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Nigel Rapport

beatified by the French Catholic Church and canonised in 1920. Today, Joan of Arc remains one of nine patron saints of France. In The Independent on 23 February 2018, there was an article en titled, ‘Mixed-Race Teenager Chosen to Play Joan of Arc Faces

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Dis-orienting Western Knowledge

Coloniality, Curriculum and Crisis

Zeus Leonardo

public discourse. Curriculum, originating from the Latin word for ‘race course’ (see Kliebard 2004 ), became known for the process of deliberation over the selection of educational ‘stuff’. This stuff was first and foremost defined by a set of

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Anti-social security

The changing contours of the hegemonic field in the twenty-first-century United States

Jeff Maskovsky

less concerned with securing the social order by maintaining a stable albeit hierarchized racial order than it is in using race politics narrowly and strategically to disrupt challenges to its control. Finance is hostile to racial justice. It is

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Decolonizing Anthropology

Reflections from Cambridge

Heidi Mogstad and Lee-Shan Tse

question our very right to presence in places far from home’. 4 We were also struck by the deafening silence around race, structural racism and white privilege, which, despite anthropology’s ‘institutional position as an anti-racism science’ ( Antrosio

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Larisa Carranza

critical approach to race and embodied practices of in/authentic identity of who/what constitutes being Italian and a migrant. Rules, Paper, Status offers extensive insight as to the navigation of immigration policies by contemporary migrants in Italy

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Editorial

What Do We Do and Where Are We Going?

Edited by Andrew Sanchez

asks how the production of knowledge relates to structures of race, gender and location. The collection speaks to pressing discussions about the political and intellectual life of academic research, learning and teaching. The special section is made up

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Anthropology at the dawn of apartheid

Radcliffe-Brown and Malinowski’s South African engagements, 1919–1934

Isak Niehaus

civilisation, may live together in one society , politically, morally and socially in close contact, without the loss to the white race of things in its civilisation that are of greatest value, and without increasing unrest and disturbance” (31; emphasis added

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Uneven development, the politics of scale, or global austerity?

Ida Susser

the importance of a broad and in-depth analysis of fragments of belief and particular subaltern groups (such as those characterized by language, race, and other difference) in the construction of a politics of position for the Left. The adoption of an