The books that inspired Henrietta Moore: “a nineteenth century novel is a good story… the details are frequently overwhelming, not unlike doing ethnographic fieldwork”.
LSE Review of Books
(24 Jun 2012)
Henrietta Moore is a cultural theorist and social anthropologist and the William Wyse Chair of Social Anthropology at the University of Cambridge. She is a leading theorist of gender in the social sciences and has worked extensively in Africa, particularly on gender, livelihood strategies, social transformation and symbolic systems. Here she discusses the books that inspired her into the field.
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