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Relations and Dependencies: Disciplinary Knots

The second Helsinki Knots Symposium, our first ever European conference, took place in October 2015 at the University of Helsinki. The conference explored how the two disciplines so central to our journal, Anthropology and Sociology, deal with the interplay between the intellectual and political/economic conditions of their existence. In the process, it also looked at the overlaps […]

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Reconfiguring the Anthropology of Britain

Reconfiguring the Anthropology of Britain Originally posted Wednesday 17th May 2017.

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What Works of Sociology and Anthropology Should All Students Read?

What works of Sociology and Anthropology should all students read? Originally posted 8th January 2017.

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Dirt: Where Sociology Fears to Tread?

By David Evans I try very hard to keep my mind out of the gutter. This is especially true when I am in the company of fellow sociologists who I imagine are too high-minded and professional to find my double entendres and toilet humor all that amusing. However I recently found myself attending ‘Down the […]

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