Reflections on Cultural Indentity

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John and Jean Comaroff of the University of Chicago welcome you to a discuss on the rapidly evolving shift in cultural identity and interaction amongst ethnic groups across the globe. The professors of anthropology and social sciences will examine the rise of neoliberal capitalism that arose from the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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University of Sydney


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General Lecture Theatre, The Quadrangle
University of Sydney

Sydney 2006

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Price FREE
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Date Wed 09 May 2012

Open 6-7.30pm

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