Radical Anthropology Group
Next evening talk
What is the indigenous situation in Brazil today? Brazil is a country with a great diversity of peoples and cultures, guardians of ancestral knowledge, who today wish to share some of their wisdom and visions of the world. In dialogue with Extinction Rebellion activists, tonight's speaker will survey the current indigenous panorama to build alliances to shift the actual dominant paradigm, and to encourage the creation of strategies that can contribute to the protection of mother nature, cultural diversity and human rights across this vast region.
|30 Apr||Did Matriarchy Ever Exist?||Chris Knight|
|7 May||Lunarchy In The Kingdom Of England||Camilla Power|
|14 May||How Anthropology Might Inspire Anti-Capitalist And Extinction Rebellion Activism||Chris Knight|
|21 May||Galton, Eugenics, And The Legacy Of Anglo-Saxon Nativism||Joe Cain|
|28 May||Dangerous Laughter: Egalitarianism And The Batek Of Peninsular Malaysia||Alice Rudge|
|4 Jun||God, Climate Change And Farmers In Rural Punjab, Pakistan||Stephen Lyon|
|11 Jun||Dragons In The Waters Of Borneo: Power, Protection And Threat||Monica Janowski|
|18 Jun||Christianity In Anthropological Perspective||Chris Knight|
|25 Jun||The Origins Of Radical Anthropology||Anthony Auerbach|
|2 Jul||From Harlem To Hanoi: Recovering Black Radical Anti-Imperialism During The Era Of Global ‘68.||Robyn Spencer|
Many of our past talks are available as video.