Hugh Brody is an anthropologist and writer who holds the Canada Research Chair in Aboriginal Studies at the University of the Fraser Valley. He has made a number of TV documentaries and co-wrote and directed the movie nineteen-nineteen.
Questions of interests: Canada and the puzzle of Fiduciary Obligation
Canada is seeking to move towards a new kind of reconciliation with its First Nations. But what does it mean to...
A day out in Calais
An anthropologist's day in "The Jungle", the patch of land in Calais that brings shame to British and French governance
December 1, 1961: Fly the flag of independence - West Papua and the Indonesian Empire
Life in the furthest recesses of New Guinea has not only been transformed but devastated by forces that originate at...
Gaddafi and the Tuareg, the "Lords of the desert"
What is the basis of the Tuareg-Gaddafi alliance that is playing itself out in the end-game in Libya? And to what...
Botswana, the Bushmen/San, and HIV/Aids
The absence of war