Hugh Brody

HUGH BRODY is an anthropologist, writer, and film-maker. He has made documentaries about two British artists, Henry Moore and Antony Gormley. He directed, and co-wrote with Michael Ignatieff, the feature film Nineteen Nineteen. His work in British Columbia has included the book Maps And Dreams and films made with Gitksan, Nisg’a and Mowachat/Muchalaht First Nations, as well as the film The Meaning of Life, shot in a Fraser Valley prison. He is also author of The Other Side of Eden, Hunter-Gatherers, and Farmers and the Shaping of the Word. His most recent work has been with the ‡Khomani San of the southern Kalahari. He holds the Canada Research Chair in Aboriginal Studies at the University of the Fraser Valley and is an Associate of the Scott Polar Research Institute at the University of Cambridge.

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