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Anna TsingTake a tour around Black Liverpool, where race, sexuality, nation, and gender emerge from docksides, demonstrations, and dancehalls. Jacqueline Brown's Dropping Anchor, Setting Sail presses forward a new anthropology of place, in which place emerges with a cultural agency of its own. Blacks become 'Liverpool born,' and the local is simultaneously global and so very English. In this compelling account, Liverpool's place—and the making of race—come to life.
— Anna Tsing, author of "Friction: An Ethnography of Global Connection" and "In the Realm of the Diamond Queen"