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Lauren Schwartz

Clay as military governor of Germany: democratization and decentralization. 15 Art-historical approaches in denazification scholarship typically overlook the specific bureaucratic action, cooperation, and mutual learning that realized and

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Chiara Bonfiglioli

contested or limited in scope (the Southeastern European Social Survey Project used by Simkus, for instance, is based on eleven thousand to twenty-two thousand informants). These comparative essays end up reinstating a linear account of democratization

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Gramsci in and beyond resistances

The search for an autonomous political initiative among a subaltern group in the Beninese savanna

Riccardo Ciavolella

management is their increasing marginalization in the local political arena. As elsewhere in West Africa, following the structural adjustments and the democratization of Benin since the 1980s, the decentralization of state institutions, and the recentering of

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Guest Editors’ Introduction

Resisting Liberalism in Israel—the Case of Marginalized Mizrahim

Nissim Mizrachi and Menachem Mautner

Over the last two decades, the liberal democratic form of governance has been facing a major challenge. This challenge is manifested in varying ways around the globe, with crises erupting in diverse geopolitical contexts, including democratization

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Alexander Weiss

liberalism,” searched for democratic principles in classical Chinese political thought ( Qichao 2001 (orig. 1930)). In India, Ram Mohan Roy asked for democratization and constitutionally guaranteed protection against the colonial regime of the East India

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The Sovereign Awakened

A Radical Democratic View on Protest

Oliver Marchart

decisive, even Mouffe, who apparently affirms antagonisms, only seems to welcome them as long as they are carried out according to accepted liberal procedures. The democratization of society should take place “through an immanent critique of existing

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Quantities Over Qualities

Metric and Narrative Identities in Dataveillant Art Practice

Amy Christmas

more democratized, in the sense that latent tendencies toward self-documentation have resurfaced, brought forth and revitalized by the developments in technologies and the various platforms that support such participation. These practices are

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Divided We Stand

An Analysis of the Enduring Political East-West Divide in Germany Thirty Years After the Wall's Fall

Lars Rensmann

, beliefs, and value systems are resilient factors that are transgenerationally transmitted if not processed, actively challenged, or socialized within democratic institutional settings and cultures. Democratization of political cultures in particular is a

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Entrenched provisionality

Struggling for public electricity in postapartheid Johannesburg

Hanno Mögenburg

emergence and rapid proliferation of various social movements attending to the “unfinished business of democratization” ( Etzo 2010 ). Un-dissolved patterns of historically uneven development between racially zoned areas ( Freund 2007 ) sparked fierce

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A politicized ecology of resilience

Redistributive land reform and distributive justice in the COVID-19 pandemic

Jonathan DeVore

rightful share by democratizing ownership of material sites and means of (re)production. RLRs are informed by an ecological background theory of ethical life outlined in Section 3. In Section 6, I consider how RLR beneficiaries have fared so far during the