Radical Anthropology Group
Next evening talk
Ritual Life Among The Hadza: The Dancing Dead And Animal Kindred Spirits
Tuesday, October 24, 2017 - 18:45
This talk is an introduction to the Hadza epeme dance, a community-wide healing ritual which can only be performed at night in total darkness, during the time of month when there is no moon in the sky.
|31 Oct||Between Heaven And Earth: The Skyscapes Of Iberian Megaliths||Fabio Silva|
|7 Nov||The Importance Of Ridicule In An African Egalitarian Society||Dasa Bombjakova|
|14 Nov||The Sex-Strike Theory Of Human Origins||Chris Knight|
|21 Nov||Woman's Biggest Husband Is The Moon||Jerome Lewis|
|28 Nov||From Music To Language: A Bayaka Perspective||Jerome Lewis|
|5 Dec||Human Evolution: Where Are We Now?||Chris Stringer|
|12 Dec||Spirits Of The Forest: Self-Government Through Polyphonic Singing||Ingrid Lewis|
|19 Dec||Communism In Motion: How Hunter Gatherers Make Egalitarianism Work||Morna Finnegan|
Many of our past talks are available as video.