Bree Blakeman is an anthropologist who wastes a lot of time thinking about anarchism, feminism and poetry.
My graduate studies are based at The Australian National University, with fieldwork in remote NE Arnhem Land (on the Yolŋu Homelands). My research focuses on Yolŋu concepts of emotion and morality and the way these comprise a local theory of value and social exchange. I work (primarily) with the Gumatj dialect of Yolŋu-matha.
I am currently also editorial assistant for HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory.