Anthropology

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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Access to Alloparents

University College London
An alloparent is any individual who is not the biological parent, who helps to raise the child by providing direct […]
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Agriculture, food security, foodways and health

School of Oriental and African Studies
Dr Elizabeth Hull, SOAS, University of London Hull, Elizabeth, Agriculture, food security, foodways and health in the Makhathini farming region […]
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Allomaternal Care and Child Outcomes

University College London
Due to the fact that human mothers often have multiple, vulnerable offspring with long periods of dependency, it is argued […]
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Alternative economics: Islam, zakat, and equivalence in Indonesia
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Alternative economics: Islam, zakat, and equivalence in Indonesia

Dr Kostas Retsikas, School of Oriental and African Studies, London Retsikas, Kostas (2012) 'Becoming Sacred: Humanity and Divinity in East […]
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Anthropology of Mediterranean Tourism

School of Oriental and African Studies
Professor Tom Selwyn, School of Oriental and African Studies, London Selwyn, Tom (2012) ‘Anthropology of Mediterranean Tourism.’ Emzin Art Magazine, […]
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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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Believing in Belonging: Belief and Social Identity in the Modern World

Goldsmiths, University of London
Abby Day draws on empirical research to explore mainstream religious belief and identity in Euro-American countries. Starting from a qualitative study […]
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Bureaucracy, Law and Dystopia in the United Kingdom’s Asylum System

SOAS, University of London
Based on ethnographic research over a two year period, John Campbell analyzes asylum appeals in the British courts. Publication
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Contextualising the Media and the Uprisings: A return to History

School of Oriental and African Studies
Dr. Dina Matar, School of Oriental and African Studies, London Matar, Dina (2012) Contextualising the Media and the Uprisings
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