Hubris, power, and gender: An anthropological perspective Free

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Dr Farrah Jarral discusses the history of anthropology, and how it shaped our contemporary understanding of the world, for good and ill.  Dr Jarral argues that anthropology has helped us understand cultures different from our own, but was also used to enforce power structures, racial and gender hierarchies. Dr Jarral also focuses on the new, speculative frontiers that anthropology is heading toward. 

This lecture was filmed at the "Power, Gender and hubris: success and arrogance as risks to leadership in health care and beyond" event at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date ofLecture: 9th of May 2017

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Professor Sir Graeme Catto, Chairman, Better Regulation Group, Universities UK. 

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FOR: Lord Joffe, Seconder - Raymond Tallis

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AGAINST: Lord Carlile, Seconder - Baroness O'Loan

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Professor David Jones, Director of the Centre for Bioethics and Emerging Technologies, St Mary's University College.

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Professor Bregje D. Onwuteaka-Philipsen, Associate Professor, VU Medical Center, EMGO Institute for Health and Care Research, Amsterdam.

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Dr Peter Carter, Chief Executive and General Secretary, Royal College of Nursing.

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Lord Mackay of Clashfern, principal author of the House of Lords Report on Assisted Suicide. 

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Professor Paul Badham, Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Wales. 

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The Right Reverend Michael Langrish, Bishop of Exeter. 

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