[Marxism] Radical Anthropology talks
chris.knight at live.com
Sat Apr 11 07:30:35 MDT 2015
An Introduction to Anthropology
Human language and symbolic culture emerged in Africa over 100,000 years
ago, in a momentous and revolutionary upheaval whose echoes can still be heard
in myths, fairy tales and ritual traditions from around the world.
Topics this term range from the history of the family,
through archaeoastronomy, climate science and mythology to the politics of sex
and gender. In addition to lectures and workshops, the term
features spectacular live shows by two of Britain's most celebrated performance
artists, Marcus Coates (May 19) and Marisa Carnesky (June 23).
origin of the family, private property and the state.’ Chris Knight
April 28 ‘Behind
Every Good Man: Women's production and reproduction among the Hadza of Tanzania’. Colette
May 5 ‘Capitalism, fossil fuels and the discovery of global
May 12 ‘Does father absence affect
children growing up?’ Paula
May 19 ‘Becoming animal and becoming human’,
a live show by Marcus Coates
May 26 ‘The Revolution
in Rojava: Strengths and Challenges’. Jeff
June 2 ‘The Coming of
the Dread: the Rastafari-Maori of New Zealand’s East Coast.’ Dave Robinson
June 9 'A
Basque Magdalenian cave interpreted in the light of the sex-strike theory of
human origins'. Lionel Sims
June 16 ‘A key myth from Claude
Lévi-Strauss’ Mythologiques: “The
Hunter Monmanéki and his wives”’. Chris Knight
June 23 ‘Carnesky’s Incredible Bleeding Woman.’ Marisa
June 30 ‘Revolution, repetition and the cult of death:
the burials and empty tombs of Rosa Luxemburg.’ Anthony Auerbach
July 7 Annual General Meeting.
All talks held at the Cock
Tavern, 23 Phoenix Rd., NW1 1HB (Euston).
All events are free but small donations welcome.
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