Thursday's film at Royal Anthropological Institute as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science.
Free film screening of "Steel Lives." A common misconception about anthropology is that it is only concerned with "far away" places and people. In fact anthropologists work in all different kinds of places and contexts from tribal communities to multi-national corporations. The anthropologist/filmmaker of Steel Lives, Massimiliano Mollona (now a lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London), spent some months working alongside Sheffield Steelworkers for his PhD. This film is a look at the working lives of men who work in what remains of the Sheffield Steel Industry.
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