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Anthropological Perspectives on Global Challenges

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  • 2024

  • Engelsk

This collection offers a snapshot of anthropological perspectives on the global challenges. Whilst we could not hope to represent the full scope of anthropological perspectives, those that are presented in this volume highlight some of the critical flaws embedded in such an all-encompassing notion. The authors of this collection show the possibilities of reimagining the ways in which ‘challenges’ are understood and addressed. They show how a combination of deep understanding of the past and collaboration, cooperation and inclusive dialogue about the future, can improve the chances of positive action. This snapshot of anthropological perspectives thus not only shows us that perspectives must change, but also how that change might be realised. Whilst the contents of this volume are authored solely by anthropologists, this book is not solely for anthropologists. The book is illustrative of the practical and theoretical insights that anthropology can offer those individuals, teams, and policy- and decision-makers engaged in research, mitigation and/or intervention practices in relation to the global challenges. The book also has a relevance beyond academia, in its offering of sociological depth to broader understandings of the challenges we collectively face at this point in time and how we might collectively and effectively address them.

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