Gramsci, History and the Future Economy

  • Eric Schwimmer


This chapter applies Gramsci’s concept of hegemony to the study of Papua New Guinea religious movements, in particular, and to economic anthropology in general.1


Gift Exchange Marxist Theory Religious Movement Future Economy Historical Awareness 
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