Brownislaw Malinowski standing next to another man who is wearing a hat.

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Malinowski: anthropology, de-colonialism, and race

Hosted by the LSE Library

Online public event, United Kingdom

Speakers

Vicky Barnecutt

True Echoes project, British Library

Dr Freddy Foks

University of Cambridge, King's College

Emma Pizarro

LSE Library

Chair

Catherine Whittle

Department of Anthropology, LSE

A century after the publication of Argonauts of the Western Pacific, a panel recontextualises Malinowski in the context of colonialism.

Nearly a century after the publication of one of the key works of Anthropology, Argonauts of the Western Pacific, we look at different facets of the work and legacy of its author, Bronislaw Malinowski, and efforts to recontextualise them.

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