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Introduction: Anthropology and its Crises
Jean-Paul Baldacchino and Jon P. Mitchell

Chapter 1. Moralities, Engagement, Capitalism: Current Challenges for Critical Anthropology
John Gledhill

Chapter 2. Between Conspiracy and Catastrophe: The Political Unconscious in Malta
Paul Sant Cassia

Chapter 3. Crisis State of Mind: Spaces for Self-Determination in Permanently Troubled Times
Daniel M. Knight

Chapter 4. The Moria Catastrophe in Greece: An Anthropologically Informed Disaster Analysis of Refugee Reception in Europe
Jutta Lauth Bacas

Chapter 5. Relevance, Ethics and the ‘Good’ in Anthropology: Moving beyond the Anthropology of Crisis to the Ethical Crises in Anthropology
Jean-Paul Baldacchino

Chapter 6. Higher Education Crisis, Academic Personhood and Moral Labour
Matthew Doyle and James McMurray

Chapter 7. Dilemmas of Sexuality in Malta: Reconciling Catholic and LGBTQ+ Identities
Jon P. Mitchell

Chapter 8. The Will to Risk: Why the Moral Economy Is Not What You Think
A. David Napier


Morality, Crisis and Capitalism

Anthropology for Troubled Times

Edited by Jean-Paul Baldacchino and Jon P. Mitchell

204 pages, 1 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80073-611-5 Hb Published (September 2022)

eISBN 978-1-80073-612-2 eBook