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A Canadian anthropological approach to the study of empire, indigeneity, and the human condition.

The Zero Anthropology Project focuses on the history, philosophies, ideologies, cultures, and practices of contemporary imperialism. A parallel focus is on the ethnography and ethnohistory of Indigenous Peoples of the Caribbean.

Topics covered by this project include US foreign policy, the human rights problem, military intervention, globalization, neoliberalism, trade, nationalism, democracy/democratization, and Indigenous resurgence.

knowledge after empire

This is the umbrella site for all platforms linked to the Zero Anthropology Project. In particular, it is meant to feature select articles, videos, media presentations, and other productions by the author, Maximilian C. Forte. For more, please explore the pages linked to each item in the site navigation, or skip to the key content featured below. Thank you for your interest.

 

     
     
     

 

ZERO ANTHROPOLOGY MAGAZINE ALERT PRESS ZA VIDEO PRODUCTIONS REVIEW OF THE INDIGENOUS CARIBBEAN
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The Second Coming?

W.B. Yeats wrote the famous poem which expresses and encompasses

many of the ideas found in ZAP publications. For the complete poem, click on the box above.

Images:

When noted, the photographs featured in the pages within this site were taken by Maximilian C. Forte. You do not need to obtain written permission to use them, as long as reuse (with attribution) is of a non-commercial nature. The photographs originate from the author's research trips to Newfoundland, for a project focusing on inter-peripheral trade between Atlantic Canada and the Caribbean, and ongoing research in the Caribbean itself. The images thus symbolize the author's enduring fascination with the Caribbean, with his favourite part of Canada, and relate to ZAP topics such as indigeneity, trade, globalization, and empire.

 

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