Tag: anthropology

Thanks to Benjamin Geer who sent me this link, following an interesting discussion we had about Bourdieu and the sociology of hipsters last week. It’s on the Savage Minds blog which I don’t read anywhere near as often as I should: Anthropologists as Scholarly Hipsters, Part I: What is a Hipster? Anthropologists as Scholarly Hipsters, Part II: […]

In this podcast I talk to Katherine Davies, a researcher in the Morgan Centre at Manchester University, about her work on sibling relationships and personal identity. Despite the obviously somewhat common experience of sibling relationships, it’s an area that’s largely been ignored within social science, which has tended to focus on vertical kinship relations (parent –> […]