Hans Bakker

Professor College of Social & Applied Human Sciences Department of Sociology and Anthropology Guelph, Ontario hbakker@uoguelph.ca Office: (519) 824-4120 ext. 53545

Bio/Research

Prof. Bakker is a professor of Sociology and Anthropology and is the author of Toward A Just Civilization. He edited The World Food Crisis, Gandhi and the Gita, and Sustainability and International Rural Development, as well as 30 articles in refereed journals and books. His current research inte...

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Bio/Research

Prof. Bakker is a professor of Sociology and Anthropology and is the author of Toward A Just Civilization. He edited The World Food Crisis, Gandhi and the Gita, and Sustainability and International Rural Development, as well as 30 articles in refereed journals and books. His current research interests include: the impact of Neo-Kantianism on Weber and Simmel, the effects of "patrimonial-prebendalism" on economic and political development, and the importance of civilizational World-views. He is a "Fresian-Dutch American-Canadian" who has carried out research in India and Indonesia as well as the Netherlands and North America.

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