Malcolm J. Blincow
Department of
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Professor Blincow is interested in a broad range of anthropological theory, especially Marxist approaches. As a political/economic anthropologist, his previous areas of research interests have included, and currently include: the long-term study of agrarian socioeconomic formations in rural North Africa and the Middle East; the analysis of contemporary class formation in rural north west Morocco in the context of large-scale land reform and irrigation development programmes; the comparative historical and ecological study of "recycling activities in urban centres; the examination of embedded structures of organized political violence in the making of "modernity"; and the anthropology of neo-imperialism.
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