Deathnography Podcast #2 - Competition / Markets / Capitalism ft Prof Tania Li

In this episode I get into a discussion with Economic and Political Anthropologist Tania Murray Li about modes of production, market (as compulsion and as opportunity). We discuss her book Land's End: Capitalist Relations on an Indigenous Frontier (2014), which I highly highly recommend for anyone who wants a case study of how a capitalist mode of production actually forms in a community, and the effects of this mode of production. If you want to check out another interview Prof Li has done about capitalism and Land's End, check out: My Patreon is      

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