James Suzman

James Suzman is an anthropologist and head of the Cambridge-based research and support group Anthropos. His latest book is Affluence Without Abundance: The Disappearing World of the Bushmen (2017). 

Written by James Suzman

Nyae-Nyae in northern Namibia is the last place in Namibia where Ju/‘hoansi are free to hunt in the traditional way. Photograph by James Suzman

Envy’s hidden hand

Namibian hunter-gatherers deride those who stand out. What does this tell us about why, and how, we care about fairness?

James Suzman