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Winston

john hutnyk , September 23rd, 2016


War criminal notes.  Someone scratched out his eyes.  Apparently when the note is wet and rubbed with a coin, the ink comes off. Still legal tender – money…


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anthro in the news 11/2/2015

anthropologyworks , November 2nd, 2015


Caption: Arizona desert. source: Creative Commons The killing field of Arizona Pacifica Public Radio [U.S.] aired a piece on the implications of the election of Republican Paul Ryan…


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Launching new project on global consumer finance research

Erin B Taylor , December 8th, 2014


Gawain Lynch and I are happy to announce that we have just begun a new project with the IMTFI on global research in consumer finance. Over the next…


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Salon: "Why we’re obsessed with glamorizing archaeologists"

A. J. West , November 10th, 2014


There's an interesting article on Salon right now on archaeologists and their profession, tied in with a new book, Lives in Ruins, by Marilyn Johnson, about the same…


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Policies in Conflict: Dollarisation and Indigenisation in Zimbabwe

Human Economy Blog , November 2nd, 2014


By Joseph Noko and Admire Thonje


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The Global South Shapes the Future of Money

Human Economy Blog , September 26th, 2014


This week we post the YouTube video of Prof. Supriya Singh’s lecture “The Global South Shapes the Future of Money”, delivered in Pretoria on 19 August 2014. Supriya…


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"Money in the Making of World Society" Conference Proceedings

Human Economy Blog , September 17th, 2014


Photo credit: Polina Gioltzoglou


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HEP Workshop "Land, Money and Human Relations in Southern and Central Africa" 5-6 September 2014

Human Economy Blog , August 29th, 2014


The Human Economy Programme invites you to attend the workshop Land, money and human relations in southern and central Africa:people’s economic strategies combining city and countryside  Conv…


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Keith Hart Interview in Porto Alegre

Keith Hart , August 16th, 2014


Transcription of a video interview with Ruben Oliven and Arlei Damo held at UFRGS postgraduate programme in Social Anthropology, Porto Alegre, Brazil on 27 May 2011. To be…


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Human Economy Events in Pretoria – August 2014

Human Economy Blog , August 14th, 2014


The Human Economy Programme team proudly presents an exciting series of events at the University of Pretoria (Hatfield Campus) for the second half of August 2014.If you would…


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