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Futures and ethnographies of ‪neoliberalism‬

The special issue of Cultural Anthropology “Futures of ‪Neoliberalism‬” (open access) offers theoretically-astute and fine-grained ethnographic analyses of the effects of profound changes across the Globe in various fields: workers’ wageless and disrupted life in ‪‎Brazil‬, governance of young right-extremists in … Continue reading

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South Africa’s political economy: labor, politics and unfinished liberation

This special collection of articles from Review of African Political Economy, edited by Alexander Beresford (University of Leeds) examines the political economy of the transition to democracy and its implications for understanding some of the social, economic and political challenges that … Continue reading

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