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Current Events | Anthropology 

A Discussion with Professor Maurice Bloch.
What cognitive anthropology might tell us about various dimensions of inequality.
Thursday 5 June 2014: 4.00-6.00pm.
Old 6.06A, 6th Floor, Old Building, LSE.

To register and access the password for the readings please write to
Inequality.poverty@lse.ac.uk

Readings:

Bloch, M (1975)Property and the End of Affinity’, in Marxist Analyses and Social Anthropology, Maurice Bloch, (eds) pp. 203-228London. Malaby Press.

Bloch, M (1977) ‘The Past and the Present in the Present’. Man (n.s.) 12 (2): 278-292.

Bloch, M (1989) ‘From Cognition to Ideology’ in Ritual, History and Power: Selected papers in anthropology, Maurice Bloch, (eds) pp. 106 – 36. London. Athlone Press.

Bloch, M (2013) ‘An extraordinary fact‘. Anthropology of this century 7