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Group for Debates in Anthropological Theory (GDAT) 2015

Saturday 28th November 2015. 2-6pm, Alexander Theatre, Samuel Alexander Building, University of Manchester.
see www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/maps/ for directions.

Attention to infrastructure offers a welcome reconfiguration of anthropological approaches to the political
The motion will be proposed by Laura Bear, LSE and AbdouMaliq Simone, Max Planck Institute and Goldsmiths College.

It will be opposed by Laura Rival, Oxford and Sian Lazar, Cambridge.
GDAT is free to attend and everyone is warmly welcomed. We will go for drinks and dinner after the debate - do join us
Queries to
URL: www.socialsciences.manchester.ac.uk/subjects/social-anthropology/our-research/group-debates-in-anthropological-theory/