Anthropology

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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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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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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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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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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The Political Biography of an Earthquake

SOAS University of London
Edward Simpson, Professor of Social Anthropology, as the new Director of the SOAS South Asia Institute. Professor Simpson joined the […]
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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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