The “Histories of Anthropology: Transforming Knowledge and Power (1870-1970)” will examine the history of anthropology in terms of two broadly conceived themes. The first concerns the history of anthropology’s relationship with cognate disciplines. While the second explores the political and social history of anthropology, its relationship to governance, colonialism and broader political and social transformations. We are particularly interested in transnational and trans-colonial perspectives.
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