Does life take you any nearer to your ancestors or does it draw you ever further away from them?
Tim Ingold discusses his new work ‘The Rise and Fall of Generation Now’ in which he reverses the perspectives on generations of social life by seeing not as linear but as a process.
Edited and hosted by Luise Eder
This was a departmental seminar at the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography in the 2022-23 academic year. The recordings were only possible thanks to a team dedicated staff and students from The School:
Executive Producers: Eben Kirksey and Stanley Ulijaszek
Evans Sound Design: Seb Antoine
Sound Recorders: Xinyuan (Connie) Wang and Jacob Evans