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War on the horizon

Infrastructural vulnerability in frontline communities of the Donbas

Anastasiya Ryabchuk

the framework of humanitarian emergency relief. For instance, when we read about an NGO buying bicycles for social workers as their “biggest dream come true”, we can try to imagine the distances that these social workers need to cover in any kind of

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Not Just a Phase

Queer Girlhood and Coming of Age on Screen

Whitney Monaghan

rides her bicycle home, throws it to the ground and runs indoors. In a following scene, Yolanda's gaze again captures Mari's rebellious nature as she enters the classroom, headphones covering her ears. Later, this becomes more explicit when she is caught

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Ndebele Girls as Knowers

Menstrual Preparation and Sanitary Preferences in Zimbabwe

Nolwazi Nadia Ncube

purchasing bicycles for those who were prone to school absenteeism on account of the distance they had to walk to school. We also began sponsoring school fees for the girls who were most at risk of dropping out because of financial hardship. So, while we tend

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Book Review Essay and Book Reviews

Kylie Message, Masaaki Morishita, Conal McCarthy, and Lee Davidson

things. In terms of my quotidian life, I often can’t make things work (lawnmower). I break them (glass picture frame). I lose them (gloves). I give them away (bicycle wheel). I’m not comfortable with the idea of being defined by possessions

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Memories from the Margins

Remembering China's ‘Red Age’ in a Minjian Museum

Lisheng Zhang

). The “Cadre's Home” depicts a distinctly higher level of material affluence, evidenced by a complete set of the “three rotations, one sound” (s an zhuan yi xiang ÈýתһÏì)—a wristwatch, a bicycle, a sewing machine, and a radio—objects that were greatly

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Far from Tranquility Base

Gender and Russianness in For All Mankind's (Not So) Alt Cold War Universe

Roshanna P. Sylvester

becomes deeply suspicious. Baldwin's dark mood turns to despair when he learns that his eleven-year-old son has died after a bicycle accident. Filled with guilt and self-loathing, he heads out to patrol his domain. Baldwin approaches the American ice mine

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The Strawpeople of Russian, Eastern European, and Soviet History in English-Language TV and Film

Erica L. Fraser and Danielle C. Kinsey

, with kids racing through suburban streets on bicycles to share information about the secrets the adults were keeping—in this case, paranormal experimentation at a nearby military base. Both shows draw on an acute nostalgia for the late Cold War and

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Dutch Progressive Jews and Their Unexpected Key Role in Europe

Chaya Brasz

, shortly after the liberation, took his bicycle and rode to The Hague to look for surviving remnants of the Liberal Jewish community. 19 Levie Levisson, being an old man by now, had survived the war in hiding. His son Robert (Bob) Levisson, a lawyer, had

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Everyday Carry for Mobile Individuals

Aharon Kellerman

existence or lack of existence of car keys in one's EDC attest to different modes of physical mobility used primarily by specific individuals: private cars, locked or unlocked motorcycles or bicycles, or public transportation media. Mobile individuals make

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What If? / What Now?

“Futuring” Mobilities Research by Engaging with Design

Ole B. Jensen

the space of rivers], in Mobilitätsdesign für die Bauhaus Fahrradstadt [Mobility design for the Bauhaus Bicycle City], ed. E. Elisabeth Kremer (Leipzig: Verlag Spector Books, 2016), 14–17; Ole B. Jensen, “Urban Design for Mobilities: Towards