Monthly Archives: October 2016

Who are ‘the people’ in populism? Reading Jan-Werner Müller

But the world is full of good men, I now reflect as I write these lines down, and yet the world drives hard into darkness and the blindness of blood. Robert Penn Warren, All The King’s Men, 1946. Populism is all the rage these days. Across the European continent, the rise to political prominence, influence […]

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Anthropology Of This Century (AOTC)

An extended review of  mine of Prof David H. Price’s ‘Cold War Anthropology: the CIA, the Pentagon and the growth of dual use anthropology’ (Duke University Press, 2016), published by the online and open access journal Anthropology of This Century edited by Prof Charles Stafford at the London School of Economics (LSE).

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