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This guest editorial probes the inflationary use of ‘populism’ and the contribution that anthropologists can make to this field. Although a highly variable phenomenon historically, contemporary populists in locations as diverse as rural Hungary and urban Wales have much in common in their...
Drawing on her own experience of studying the far right, the author discusses the recent tendency to establish far‐right activists and supporters as anthropology’s new ‘exotic others’. Three main tools of ‘exoticization’ and ‘othering’ are described, which the author deems to be co‐responsible...
Recent public protests against right‐wing politics in the United States have often demonstrated a sense of surprise at the recurrence of racist, anti‐Semitic and fascist ideologies and movements which ought to belong to the past. Using insights from Walter Benjamin, Johannes Fabian and Jacques...
Anthropologists frequently conceive of their disciplinary history in terms of intellectual lineages linked to ‘schools’ of anthropological theory. This article considers the importance of what might be called ‘counter‐lineages’ – intellectual lineages which have tended to be eclipsed from our...
This article addresses social inclusion/integration with reference to peripheral Slovak Roma. Based on ethnographic data, it argues that even in communities of so‐called ‘unadaptables’, integration has progressed considerably, but not necessarily along the lines envisioned by the agencies which...
This article examines some of the issues surrounding archiving in anthropology. It provides an account of archiving in the Portuguese context and seeks to problematize anthropology archives, contributing to the as yet timid debate over this question in the field. There are various ways of...
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