A hunter-gatherer familly shares what it has, whether that is information or food. To give to others is to be able to receive from others. Knowledge and food are stored, as it were, by being shared.
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|Profession:||Anthropologist, Film Director, Lecturer, Writer|
Hugh Brody is a British anthropologist, writer, film director and lecturer. He educated at Trinity College, Oxford. He taught social anthropology at Queen's University Belfast. He currently holds a Canada Research Chair at the University of the Fraser Valley in Abbotsford, British Columbia. As a writer, Brody has published many essays and a collection of short stories, as well as his non-fiction books. In 2000, Brody published The Other Side of Eden: Hunter-Gatherers, Farmers and the Shaping of the World. In 1975, Brody's filmmaking began with his work for ITV's The Series of Disappearing World, going with director Michael Grigsby to the Inuit community of Pond Inlet, where they made the film The People's Land, Eskimos of Pond Inlet. He also made On Indian Land, a film with the Gitksan and Wet'suwet'en of northern British Columbia, and Time Immemorial, the opening film in the series As Long As The Rivers Flow.
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