Anthropology

Male Wives and Female Husbands: Reconfiguring Gender in the Tablighi Jamaʻat in the Gambia

SOAS University of London
Marloes Janson research is at the intersection of anthropology and religion. West Africa (the Gambia, Senegal and Nigeria) are my […]
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Towards a Framework for the Study of Christian-Muslim Encounters in Africa

SOAS University of London
In research on religion in Africa, the study of both Christianity and Islam is thriving. Marloes Janson research is at […]
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Untangling translocal urban textures of trash

Goldsmiths, University of London
Caroline Knowles discusses the analytic potential of trash as a lens onto city‐making and concludes that it is one of the […]
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Flip-flop: A Journey Through Globalisation’s Backroads

Goldsmiths, University of London
Caroline Knowles follows the global trail of one of the world’s most unremarkable and ubiquitous objects – flip-flops, providing new […]
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A Brief History of Incivility in Rural Postcolonial India

SOAS University of London
Anthropological studies of Indian villages conducted in the 1950s and 1960s form a valuable archive of rural life soon after […]
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Beldi Matters: Negotiating Proper Food in Urban Moroccan Food Consumption and Preparation

SOAS, University of London
In urban Moroccan open-air markets, halal labels are rare. Instead, the lawfulness of meat and other food products is taken […]
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Towards a relational ethics: Rethinking ethics, agency and dependency in research with children and youth

UCL Institute of Education
While anthropologists have reflected on ethics and power since the late 1960s, the specific dilemmas that arise in research conducted […]
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The Ambivalence of Belonging: The Impact of Illegality on the Social Belonging of Undocumented Youth

UCL Institute of Education
Francesca Meloni, University College London, discusses The Ambivalence of Belonging: The Impact of Illegality on the Social Belonging of Undocumented Youth. […]
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Invisible students: institutional invisibility and access to education for undocumented children

UCL Institute of Education
In Canada, undocumented children are “institutionally invisible” – their access to education to be found in unwritten and discretionary practices. […]
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