Adam Kuper is an anthropologist born and raised in South Africa. Anthropologists who are most closely related to the school of social anthropology get their first degree Johannesburg, University of the Witwatersrand and Doctor of the University of Cambridge.
After studying outside Africa, he finally returned to Africa and conducted field research in Botswana and Uganda. He also served as teaching staff at Kakerere University, Kumpala, for three years. In 1970 he taught at University College London until 1976. beginning in 1970, due to his attachment to the National Planning Agency, Kuper did fieldwork in Jamaica. before 1976 to 1985, where he moved to the Netherlands and became a professor at Leiden University, Kuper published a book on English social anthropology (1973). After that, Kuper served as the first head of the Human Sciences Department and professor at Brunel University from 1985 to 2008. Actually, Kuper was still in office until 2010 at Brunel, but he was forced to retire at the end of 2008 and sued Brunel University for the violation.
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First degree at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
Doctorate, University of Cambridge
Lecturer, Makerere University, Kampala
Lecturer, University College London, 1970-1976
Great teacher, Leiden University in the Netherlands, 1976-1985
Professor and chair of the human sciences department, Brunel University, 1985-2008
Full Name: Adam Kuper
Alias: No Alias
Citizen: South Africa