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Prof. Henrietta Moore L.


London School of Economics

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London School of Economics and Political Science

London School of Economics

Houghton Street

London, London WC2A 2AE

United Kingdom

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The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is the world's leading social science institution for teaching and research. A 'laboratory of the social sciences', the School's academic profile spans a wide range of disciplines, from Economics, ... more

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SHM Productions Ltd

British Academy

Royal Society of Arts and Academician of the Learned Societies for the Social Sciences

Barbican Centre

Founding Trustee
SHM Foundation



NewStart online magazine
UCL Institute


Honorary Doctorate of Social Science

Queen's University Belfast



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Anthony Lerman, Aveek Sen, Henrietta ...

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Anthony Lerman, Aveek Sen, Henrietta Moore, Rosemary Bechler, Stephen Frosh, Supriya Chaudhuri

Henrietta Moore is the William Wyse Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge, and director of the Culture and Globalisation Programme of the Centre for the Study of Global Governance at the LSE.

Henrietta L. Moore

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Henrietta L. Moore

Henrietta L. Moore is Chair and Co-founder of SHM. She is a distinguished social anthropologist and is actively involved in the application of social science insights to business, the arts and public policy.
Professor Moore is one of the UK's leading social and cultural theorists. Her work has developed a distinctive approach to the comparative analysis of gender and sexuality, and to the intersections between culture and globalisation. More recent research has focused on virtual worlds, new technologies, contemporary art and the relationship between self-imagining and democratic political decision-making. Her work draws on her extensive ethnographic research in Africa, primarily in northern Kenya where she has been working for over thirty years, to explore global concerns of sexuality, gender, social change, and local experiences of and contribution to processes of globalisation.
Professor Moore is the William Wyse Chair of Social Anthropology at the University of Cambridge, where she is also a professorial fellow of Jesus College. She is a Fellow of the British Academy, where since 2012 she has been a Member of Council. She has been a member of the European Scientific Research Council and a fellow of the Centre for Globalization and Policy Research at UCLA as well as held numerous visiting professorships around the world. Professor Moore is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, an Academician of the Learned Societies for the Social Sciences, and a Member of the Institute of Directors. She has also served as Deputy Director of the London School of Economics and is currently a Trustee of the Barbican Arts Centre.
Henrietta L. Moore
Henrietta L. Moore


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Ed Mayo and Henrietta Moore, New Economics Foundation Pocketbook, 2001

The authors are Ed Mayo, Executive Director of the New Economics Foundation and Henrietta Moore, Professor of Social Anthropology at the London School of Economics.

Polity Gender Studies -publishing pioneering and innovative texts in gender studies - www.politybooks.com

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Among our many well known authors in this field are Catherine Malabou , Carole Pateman, Henrietta Moore, Anne Phillips, Catherine Hall, Michèle Barrett, Nancy Fraser, Seyla Benhabib, Raewyn Connell, Lois McNay, Lynne Segal, Susan Hekman, Judith Squires, Mary Lyndon Shanley, Donna Dickenson, Sylvia Walby, Rosalind Minsky, Anne Oakley, Jeffrey Weeks, Elizabeth Wright, Rosi Braidotti, Linda McDowell, Jill Steans, Lucy Bland, Lorna Doan, Nicole Ward Jouve, Janet Wolff, Hilary Rose and Leonore Davidoff.

Henrietta Moore, London School of Economics
"Henrietta Moore seeks to build a theory of gendered subjectivity by articulating the insights of psychoanalysis, anthropology and feminism.

Zamyn – Thinking Aloud : A Summary

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It is against this background that Zamyn and Professors Held and Moore of the London School of Economics agreed to organize two international seminars at the LSE.

David Held and Henrietta Moore will develop this into a book on culture and globalisation in the months ahead, and through it make suggestions of how decision-making in complex conflict situations might find a productive way forward.
Henrietta L. Moore, Professor of Social Anthropology, The London School of Economics and Political Science

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