The Rhodes-Livingstone Institute was a most influential initiative in the ethnographic study of Africa and in the building of anthropological theory. Established in Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia) during 1938, its aim was to scientifically analyze social life in Central Africa. Godfrey ...

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