For The History of Anthro Thought after finishing the section “On Agency and Social Struggle” we begin the final section with three readings:

  • Lynn Bolles, “Seeking the Ancestors: Forging a Black Feminist Tradition in Anthropology” (2001)
  • Leith Mullings, “Interrogating Racism: Toward an Antiracist Anthropology” (2005)
  • Ghassan Hage, “Towards an Ethics of the Theoretical Encounter” (2016)

Next: Finishing!

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