If you think Brexit will leave us weaker and poorer, march for a people’...
Timothy Garton Ash
Rather than walking Britain a gangplank, parliament should go back to the voters, says Guardian columnist Timoth...
T. ASh always gives light, historian who each world about the concept of Europe is a result from long studies.
Unfortunately, I haven't seen yet nothing from Anthropology about this.
Most researchers could be they are very busy with the 12...7898 etc... paper reading or away from the UK with the study of fishing in the Kuriles Islands, or the tourism practiced by refugees and migrants, as I had to coarsely listen once, or in the use of 17th century enamel for vases and papers in the southern Adriatic coast in Italy or the representations of poverty in a village on the periphery of the dry river northwest of the city .... but sadly I have not yet heard and I would love to read too, to listen and see who studies from Anthropology, with the rigor it requires, on the Brexit. I wish to see about it doing like this researcher...some have the tools to do it.
I hope, I cross my fingers that Boris Anthropology or flying circus will finish soon and all who are in the dark be able to give us their comments and light...much more after the lovely march 20/10