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Contents

Preface
Acknowledgements
Chronology

Introduction

Part I: Ancestors
Chapter 1. Writing the Self: A Genealogy
Chapter 2. Anthropology's Forgotten Founders
Chapter 3. The Anti-Colonial Intellectuals: Thinking New Worlds

Part II: Self
Chapter 4. I Come From Manchester
Chapter 5. The Escalator: Grammar School and Cambridge
Chapter 6. An African Apprenticeship
Chapter 7. The Development Industry
Chapter 8. Learning to Fly in America
Chapter 9. Back to Cambridge; Caribbean Interlude
Chapter 10. When the World Turned
Chapter 11. Restart in Paris and Durban
Chapter 12. Health Problems

Part III: World
Chapter 13. Movement and the Globalization of Apartheid
Chapter 14. An Anthropologist in the Digital Revolution
Chapter 15. Economies Connecting Local and Global Humanity
Chapter 16. Africa 1800-2100: Waiting for Emancipation

Part IV: Lifelong Learning
Chapter 17. After the British Empire: Politics and Education
Chapter 18. Explorations in Transnational History
Chapter 19. Money is How We Learn to Be More Fully Human
Chapter 20. Learning, Remembering and Sharing

Afterword: What Question is This the Answer To?

Appendix: Hart Papers Online (By Year)

References
Index

Self in the World

Connecting Life's Extremes

Keith Hart

314 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80073-420-3 Hb Published (March 2022)

eISBN 978-1-80073-451-0 eBook



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