Henrietta L. Moore is Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Cambridge. Her work has developed a distinctive approach to the relationship between gender, sexuality and subjectivity and the processes we usually gloss as globalisation. Recent work has also focused on new technologies, virtual worlds and fantasy as generators of personal and social change. The ‘ethical imagination’ is explored in depth in her most recent book Still Life: Hopes Desires and Satisfactions (Polity Press, 2011).
Published in: TransformationEvil: what’s in a word?
What does it take to get someone to go into a shopping mall with an AK47 and mow down random strangers? A failure of...
Published in: TransformationProtest politics and the ethical imagination
Protest, like marriage, means re-imagining relations to self and other. The Taksim Square Book Club - in which...