Dr. Susan Love Brown is professor of anthropology at Florida Atlantic Universit. She is a cultural anthropologist who specializes in political and psychological anthropology with emphasis on the origins of ideology, cultural theory, social evolution, gender, ethnicity, and the study of intentional communities and utopia.

Prof. Susan L. Brown addresses the topic of women and minorities through a historical and anthropological overview of human history. She traces the evolution of human society and sociability from the beginning of the species, through hunter‐​gatherers, early agriculture, the emergence of the state, to the present day. Through this history, she shows how human society evolved from egalitarian to more unequal societies, and how markets and globalization help the plight of disadvantaged groups.

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