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Impolite Interventions?

English Satirical Prints in the Presence of the Academy, c. 1750–1780

Danielle Thom

This article examines the reciprocity between satirical and academic modes of image making, and locates that relationship within the context of an emergent bourgeois public sphere. The cultural and commercial imperatives of that sphere enabled its inhabitants to engage with conflicting modes of cultural output, consuming grotesque and bawdy satire as an exercise in political autonomy, while simultaneously emulating 'elite' politeness. In particular, the commercial growth and increasing visibility of satirical prints challenged the polite hierarchy of art as it was understood by the nascent academies and societies of art established in the same period. This process of establishment needs to be re-framed in the context of satirical intervention, and will be examined via two paintings that provoked distinct satirical responses: Benjamin West's The Death of Wolfe and Francis Hayman's The See-Saw. Correspondingly, satirical print culture itself can be reframed in light of its use (and parody) of academic visual tropes and techniques.

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Book Reviews

Sandra Dinter, Weipin Tsai, and Freke Caset

Tracing Women's Footsteps Through the Centuries Review of Kerri Andrews's Wanderers: A History of Women Walking Kerri Andrews, Wanderers: A History of Women Walking (London: Reaktion Books, 2020), 303 pp., £14.99. As a form of

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Editorial

Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh and Mette Louise Berg

of a multimedia exhibition titled Stateless Heritage at the Mosaic Rooms in London, in which Dheisheh Refugee Camp in Palestine is proposed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The review is written by Paul FitzPatrick, in his own words “a resident

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‘Archive Man’

Stephen Poliakoff and the Archive

Elizabeth Robertson

has chosen to keep – her archival activities – might be read as an archive of the ephemera from the life and cultural engagement of a South London housewife in the 1960s and 1970s: the Green Shield Stamps show her participating in a nationwide move to

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Book and Film Reviews

Valdis Tēraudkalns, Graham Harvey, Vera Lazzaretti, Nélia Dias, Rebecca Janzen, Amanda Lanzillo, Sandhya Fuchs, Zoë Slatoff, Karen O'Brien-Kop, Lu Liu, Marco Guglielmi, Elizabeth Coville, Aurora Donzelli, and Dana Rappoport

. Valdis Tēraudkalns University of Latvia CHAMEL, Jean, and Yael DANSAC, eds., Relating with More-than-Humans: Interbeing Rituality in a Living World . xvi, 254 pp., 25 b/w ills., index London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2022. Hardback, $129. ISBN: 978

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Migration – A New Normal

A Muslim Perspective

Amira Abdin

Peace be upon you and God's mercy and grace and His blessings. I would like to begin by saying that I am a lifelong migrant. Born in Jerusalem, I lived there, then in Kuwait. Married and straight to London. Then Kuwait again, Saudi Arabia

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Expat, Local, and Refugee

“Studying Up” the Global Division of Labor and Mobility in the Humanitarian Industry in Jordan

Reem Farah

-Qasmiyeh and Patricia Daley , eds, 296 – 305 . London : Routledge . Castles , Stephen . 2010 . “ Understanding Global Migration: A Social Transformation Perspective .” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 36 ( 10 ): 1565 – 1586 . Danewid

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Jonah Unbound

Howard Cooper

’, London Review of Books [10 May 2018]). Perhaps one hallmark of spiritual/psychological maturity is the capacity to look back at one's previous rhetorical certainties and revise them – or abandon them – in the light of new understanding or new realities

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Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, Mette Louise Berg, and Johanna Waters

. Subsequently, Rafael Guendelman Hales delineates the ways that Iraqi refugee women in London have reimagined and reconstructed the Library of Ashurbanipal in light of their present, past, and future imaginaries. We also include a number of contributions that

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Feminist Conversations with Buber

Dialogic Encounters with ‘The Girls’ (Stories of Jewish Women in Brownsville, Brooklyn, 1940–1995)

Anastasia Christou

Angeles’, American Sociological Review 67 (2002), 299–322, https://doi.org/10.2307/3088897 . 5 Myriam Cherti, Paradoxes of Social Capital: A Multi-Generational Study of Moroccans in London (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2008). 6 Martin