|18 Oct 2011||4:00pm - 5:30pm||King's College, Rylands Seminar Room|
Revd Dr Timothy Jenkins (Cambridge, Anthropology/Theology)
This paper is concerned with the ambiguous role that legal forms play in the ethnography of peasant life in Béarn, south-west France, and with tracing through historical materials these forms, the role they play, and the difficulties their description presents.
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