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Twenty Years After Of Revelation and Revolution: An Interview With Jean Comaroff

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Jean Comaroff and John Comaroff's acclaimed Of Revelation and Revolution (Vol. I) has reached its 20th anniversary. SSM editor Eric Morier-Genoud takes this as an opportunity to conduct an interview with Jean Comaroff, in which they discuss Jean's intellectual trajectory and her views of the present. The interview elicits Jean Comaroff's reflections on the origins and heritage of Revelation and Revolution, and it discusses her and her husband's recent book about the privatisation of identities and religion.


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