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Inaugural meeting of the Spanish Anthropology Reading Group

1st November 2017

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The inaugural meeting of the Spanish Anthropology Reading Group will take place on Friday 10 November at 3.30pm at the far end of the Colyer-Fergusson foyer.

We will be discussing El alimento y su dimensión socio-ecológica. En torno al tomate «rosao» de la Sierra de Aracena by Pedro A. Cantero and Esteban Ruiz-Ballesteros. Everyone is very welcome, but please note the discussion will take place in Spanish.

Many thanks to Sanitago Montero-Cruzada, who is currently visiting SAC and will be at the reading group, for suggesting the reading.

If you would like a PDF of the reading or would like to be informed of future meetings, please contact Dr Jon Mair.


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