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Mobile Phones, Farmers, and the Unsettling of Geertz's Moroccan Suq/Bazaar Economy

Hsain Ilahiane

technology inventory of each respondent's communicative ecology (number of bicycles, number of mopeds, number of cars, number of radios, televisions, fax machines, satellite dishes, personal computers, access to the internet, mobile and landline phones

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‘Heavy Is the Responsibility for All the Lives that Might Have Been Saved in the Pre-war Years’

British Perceptions of Refugees 1933–1940

Rachel Pistol

classify enemy aliens into three categories: ‘A’ for those considered a threat to national security and who were immediately detained; ‘B’ for those whom the tribunals were unsure about, leading to a curfew and prohibition on owning items such as bicycles

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Review Essay

Lives, Works, and Conversations in Economic Anthropology

Chris Hann

a campus fraternity. Attachments to toys, guns, bicycles, and automobiles are central to the narrative because the life of the author has been saturated with such objects, “a veritable cornucopia of handmade and machine-made commodities” (p. 3). The

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Introduction

When Was Brexit? Reading Backward to the Present

Antoinette Burton

Fifty years from now Britain will still be the country of long shadows on county [cricket] grounds, warm beer, invincible green suburbs, dog lovers and pools fillers and—as George Orwell said—“old maids bicycling to Holy Communion through the

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Mobility Edges

Reworking the Politics of Mobilities

Joris Schapendonk and Mirjam Wajsberg

Meeting (University of Lancaster, October 2002). 23 Jonas Larsen, “The Making of a Pro-cycling City: Social Practices and Bicycle Mobilities,” 49, no. 4 (2017): 876–892, https://doi.org/10.1177/0308518x16682732 . 24 Henrike Rau and Lukas Sattlegger

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Sensing evil

Counterterrorism, techno-science, and the cultural reproduction of security

Mark Maguire and Pete Fussey

, Herrhausen was killed by a steel projectile concealed and launched in a pannier attached to a bicycle positioned at a “choke point” on his daily route. The attack was made possible by extensive “hostile reconnaissance” involving RAF members posing as

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Colonial Legacy

French Retirees in Nha Trang, Vietnam Today

Anne Raffin

fluently, he can take full advantages of his cultural hybrid status. Remarried to a Vietnamese, he plays the role of language translator and cultural interpreter for some French retirees. He is also the local culinary expert, bicycling around the town to

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The Body as the Affective Materiality of Ageing in a Future City

Tiina Suopajärvi

slower and therefore obliged to give way to quicker, younger bodies, faster cars and bicycles. According to the seniors in our workshops, the ageing bodies intend to stay on the move in the future city, since the sense of independence of the aged depends

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How and Why “Bobos” Became French

Scott Gunther

, old bistros, Japanese restaurants, Korean cinema, riding bicycles, the cultural television station Arte, the musical group Manu Chao, the magazines Inrockuptibles and Télérama , the authors Michel Houellebecq, Philippe Djian, and Emil Cioran); the

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The Long Homecoming

Ghanaian Migrant Business and Power in Veneto, Italy

Hans Lucht

conventional paint. The method is mostly used for coating metals, for instance, household appliances, furniture, or car and bicycle parts. The hangar basically contains a painting robot, an industrial washing machine, and a big, hot oven. The metal parts are