The Oxford Tribe

The city of dreaming spires. Eden meets academia. The stuffiest place in Britain, and the silliest too. Oxford is many things to many people, but for Peter Rudiak-Gould, newly arrived as a student of anthropology, it was the most exotic tribe he could hope to study (and join). Part memoir, part field guide, The Oxford Tribe will entertain the seasoned traveler and the armchair philosopher alike. More

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About Peter Rudiak-Gould

Born and raised in the Bay Area, California, Peter Rudiak-Gould is an anthropologist and currently a fellow at McGill University, Montreal. He earned his doctorate in Anthropology at Oxford University for research on public perceptions of climate change in the Marshall Islands. Since his first stint in the Marshall Islands as a volunteer teacher on a rural outer island, he has returned three times for anthropological fieldwork. He is the author of a Marshallese language textbook and an ethnography, Climate Change and Tradition in a Small Island State: The Rising Tide (Routledge, 2013). Learn more at www.peterrg.com.

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