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Materially Poor, Morally Rich

Professor Alberto Gomes, LaTrobe University

08-Aug-17 15:00

Materially Poor, Morally Rich

Fresh off his presentation at the Jeffrey Cheah Institute on Southeast Asia titled "Materially Poor, Morally Rich," Professor Alberto Gomes speaks to us about what we can in our "modern" way of life learn from the Orang Asli, not falling into the trap of an anthropologist who idealizes the noble savage, as well as his first encounter with Malaysia's first peoples, a subject he dedicated his career to understanding.


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