Anthropological Approaches to Why Brexit Matters

in Ethnologia Europaea
Author:
Thomas M. Wilson Binghamton University, State University of New York twilson@binghamton.edu

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The anthropology of Brexit reflects a complicated Brexit process that has involved all of the nations of Europe in various ways, and has been linked to other social, political and economic forces worldwide. With reference to four views of Brexit by anthropologists long known for their ethnographic work in the UK, France, Hungary, Ireland and the former Yugoslavia, this introduction to a special issue reviews the Brexit process as both a chronicle of what has already been achieved by anthropologists and as a possible stimulus to future research. It argues that the anthropology of Brexit should be viewed from many perspectives, including but not limited to the comparative examination of power, culture and political economy.

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