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Gili Kliger is a PhD student in history at Harvard.
Police brutality is not isolated and exceptional. As Chicago’s decades-long history of police torture illustrates, it is built into the systemic nature of racial violence.
The pioneers of cultural anthropology taught not just how to study other cultures, but how to criticize their own.
Far from being consigned to the ash heap of intellectual fashions, the structuralism of Claude Lévi-Strauss, a new biography shows, is in many ways still with us.
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