Conversations with Anthropologists
About this project
We are two anthropologists from Goldsmiths, University of London with a shared interest in storytelling, memory, uncertainty and post-colonial studies. This project emerged out of a conversation about how anthropologists can contribute to wider discussions taking place right now. Anthropologists work across multiple contexts, on many different issues and we wanted to invite our colleagues to offer their perspectives, both personal and professional, on current events and moments of disruption which are taking place around the world.
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Following the murder of George Floyd by a white police officer in Minneapolis, Black Lives Matter protests have erupted around the world. On the 7th June, 2020 during a BLM protest in Bristol the statue of Edward Colston, a prominent figure in the transatlantic slave trade, was toppled by protestors, dragged down to the harbourContinue reading “Adom Philogene Heron – A walk through History in Bristol”
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