Article out: Anthropology and the politics of alterity

Anthropology and the politics of alterity: A Latin American dialectic and its relevance for ontological anthropologies published online in Anthropological Theory This is out now, and available open access here. This is the abstract: Recent anglophone ontological anthropologies have an important Latin American intellectual and political history that is rarely fully acknowledged. This article outlines… Read More Article out: Anthropology and the politics of alterity

Article out: Vocation and political activism

Vocation and political activism: sacrifice, stigma, love, utopia? published now in Social Anthropology/ Anthropologie Sociale This article is now out, and available here. An open access version should be available here. It’s part of a special section on utopian confluences and generative politics, edited by Ruy Llera Blanes and Bjørn Enge Bertelsen – ToC here.… Read More Article out: Vocation and political activism

CRASSH Research network on Subaltern and Decolonial Citizenships

Together with Professor Sarah Radcliffe, I am co-convening a seminar series at CRASSH, on Subaltern and Decolonial Citizenships. So far, we’ve had talks by Engin Isin, Andrew Canessa and Sofia Ugarte. See the network site for more information. Citizenship is currently an arena for vibrant and contentious debate across disciplines and domains. Theoretically, much work… Read More CRASSH Research network on Subaltern and Decolonial Citizenships

Article out: A Kinship Anthropology of Politics?

A ‘kinship anthropology of politics’? Interest, the collective self, and kinship in Argentine unions, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute The article from my Malinowski lecture (2016) has now been published by JRAI – it’s available on Early View and here. This should be a ‘read-only’ version if your institution does not have a subscription to… Read More Article out: A Kinship Anthropology of Politics?