Author: Sarah Green

Keith Brown: “Whose gun is this? Notes from the North American-Ottoman arms trade”

Sarah Green , October 7th, 2021 This paper takes a microhistorical approach to explore the U.S. role in the decline of the Ottom…

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#HAUTALK: The Tyranny of Structurelessness and No End in Sight

Sarah Green , October 16th, 2018

On June 11th 2018, David Graeber published an apology about the amount of time it took him to understand the extent of what was going wrong within HAU…


Brexit Will Not Solve Anything

Sarah Green , July 7th, 2016

In June, decades of long-simmering tensions erupted when a majority of the British electorate voted for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union. Now what? Diamond Geezer/Flickr…


#Brexit, Europe and Anthropology: time to say something

Sarah Green , July 1st, 2016

Brexit means trouble, that is for certain; what is less certain is what kind of trouble. Some might sympathise with the immediate response of Chris Gregory (ANU): “I…