CRESC Workshop - Anthropological Approaches to Social Class in Contemporary Britain: Conversations with Ethnography
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Wednesday, May 26, 2010 (All day)
This workshop explores issues to do with working class life and the politics of community and national belonging in contemporary Britain. Six speakers who share a commitment to social anthropology and ethnographic fieldwork debate the contribution of recent research to existing literature on social class in Britain. CRESC scholars with an expertise on social class from the perspectives of sociology and social history are discussants of the workshop papers, making inter-disciplinary debate possible and requiring of speakers that they interrogate what's distinctive about the way anthropologists of Britain analyse social class.
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