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Postsocialist Mediterranean

Scalar gaze, moral self, and relational labor of favors in Eastern Europe

Čarna Brković

country into a neoliberal democracy). Internationally supervised reforms of labor market and welfare in BiH created structural conditions of uncertainty and precarity in which people were expected to be active, flexibly adapt to ever

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UK University Initiatives Supporting Forced Migrants

Acts of Resistance or the Reproduction of Structural Inequalities?

Rebecca Murray

2018 ; Vertovec 2007 ). The higher education border is dominated by neoliberal and immigration-focused administrative logics, evident in the lack of financial incentives to support forced migrant students and decreases in state funding across the

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Trading Futures

Sadaqah, social enterprise, and the polytemporalities of development gifts

Tom Widger and Filippo Osella

health marginalization. Taking the shape of what Julia Elyachar calls “empowerment debt” (2005) and Ananya Roy defines as “poverty capital” (2010) , the poor are encouraged to develop an ethic of self-care attuned to neoliberal logic ( Cross and Street

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(Re)sounding Histories

On the Temporalities of the Media Event

Penelope Papailias

, and labor regimes were being violently unsettled, dismantled, and (re)placed, following the collapse of European communism and preceding the consolidation of neo-liberal governmentality in the Eurozone. A Cassette Hero and a Tabloid Anthropologist

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Geoff Payne

‘educational products’ (as a neoliberal approach would have it), or whether students are human beings growing through their learning (as most academics see it), it necessary to ask: how competently students can give feedback? U.K. bachelor students taking a

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Narratives of Development

An Anthropological Investigation into Narratives as a Source of Enquiry in Development Planning

Taapsi Ramchandani

, ethnicity and the neoliberal agenda of the state. Through a framework of analysis that examines narratives as language, metaphor and knowledge, this paper delves into this complex relationship as experienced by private citizens and public officials working

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Power, politics, and places

What's not neo-liberal?

John Clarke

I am delighted by the generous and critical engagement that Peter Little, Don Nonini, and Neil Smith have brought to my uneven and unsteady thoughts about neo-liberalism. I hope that this response maintains the tone and style of their thoughtful and thought-provoking comments. They all make examining the times and places of neoliberalism a central concern.

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Disappearing Act

Race and the Neo-liberal State

Jason Antrosio

Since the 1990s, many countries have jettisoned a focus on economic development in favor of promoting markets and market efficiency. Much has been written on the influence of these neo-liberal economic policies and the linked idea of globalization. Less noticed is that this shift from a developmentalist ideology to neo-liberal reform has often been paired with an ideology that casts the state as neutral with respect to race, ethnicity, and even nationality. Indeed, while the heyday of wholesale adoption of neo-liberal economic policies may be receding, the neo-liberal state appears to be a more enduring feature. There is a need to examine more closely the neo-liberal ideology that pairs economic reforms with a neutral state, and a need to understand how this ideology is involved in the creation of racialized identities and racist practices.

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Yuval Gozansky

, included The Time Tunnel and The Lost Islands , which aired on IETV, and Little House on the Prairie , which was presented by the IBA. The Rise of the Live Studio Show for Children As part of the neo-liberal privatization process in Israel, cable

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Sam Beck

University–Community Engagement Universities remain centres of liberal learning; however, by following business models ( Strathern 2000 ) and responding to market pressures of a globalised neoliberal economy, academic knowledge is commoditised and