Bruce Kapferer, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, University of Bergen, and Honorary Professor, University College London
Although frequently understood as having originated in the European Enlightenment and discussed as a key concept of a Western modernity, egalitarianism is conceived here as an energy underpinning most human action when confronted with forms of oppression that deny, destroy, inhibit or limit the achievement of human potential. The volumes in this series contribute to the general understanding of egalitarian processes and the barriers to their realization.
After the Pink Tide
Corporate State Formation and New Egalitarianisms in Latin America
Edited by Marina Gold and Alessandro ZagatoPublished: 2020
Afterword by Bruce Kapferer