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State-like and State-dislike in the Anthropological Margins

Hosted by the Department of Anthropology

Old Theatre, Old Building

Speaker

Dr Judith Scheele

Dr Judith Scheele

Chair

Professor Deborah James

Professor Deborah James

This lecture argues for a return to the study of political institutions in so-called “stateless societies”.

Judith Scheele is Directrice d’études, École des hautes études en sciences sociales, France.

Deborah James (@djameslse) is Professor in the Department of Anthropology at LSE.

This event is the Malinowski Memorial Lecture 2019.

Anthropology (@LSEAnthropology) is the comparative study of culture and society. We ask big questions about what we have in common, and what makes us different.

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