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democratization of the Third Republic. Their intervention in the public sphere, especially in this movement, led to an unexpected interplay between feminists and republicans. This feminist moment must also be understood as a republican moment. Keywords: France

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World Family Portrait

Expresiones paisajísticas de la frontera Guatemala-México en la zona del Soconusco; Un alfabeto, dos universos

Mauricio Pablo Cervantes Salas, Harlan Harlan, and Carmen Maganda

, democratization, development, religious practices, violence, the environment, and more. Interested contributors should go to where texts and photographs can be uploaded along with basic information such as

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Innovation in Israel

Between Politics, Society, and Culture

Sigal Ben-Rafael Galanti, Fany Yuval, and Assaf Meydani

democratization, such innovation may also, intentionally or not, encourage manifestations of populism and de-democratization. In that context, Israel is an arena where innovation, whether planned or spontaneous, is always happening in reaction to a whole scope

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The Rise of Despotic Majoritarianism

Benjamin Abrams

institutions, a balance of powers, and an independent judiciary. Such a model has been widely exported and promoted by Western powers for almost a century and persists as the backbone of global democratization discourse ( Dryzek and Holmes 2002 ; Huntington

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Two Paradigmatic Views on Right-Wing Populism in East Germany

Jonas Rädel

process of modernization and democratization. East German Deficits Almost thirty years after unity, east Germany is still catching up. The process of modernization and democratization is incomplete, as the official annual Reports on the State of the

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The Future of Museums

Recover and Reimagine (A Conversation)

Craig Barker, Helena Robinson, James L. Flexner, Anna Lawrenson, and Alex Burchmore

the proposed definition put forward at the 2019 ICOM General Conference was 99 words. The latter has caused a huge amount of debate and was voted down in the end, despite extensive consultation. The 99-word version is: Museums are democratizing

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Effective Deliberative Inclusion of Women in Contexts of Traditional Political Authority

Monique Deveaux

-led government made some effort to try to democratize and stem the consolidation of traditional leaders’ power, mainly by proposing to split local government off from land administration, the key power base for chiefs. Traditional leaders responded by mounting

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Book Forum

Oded Haklai, Ronnie Olesker, Mira Sucharov, Ehud Eiran, and Ian S. Lustick

the jurisdiction of the one-state through advancing democratization and equality for all inhabitants . Institutional Design versus Social Realignment The book's argument has been interpreted by some as an endorsement of the ‘one-state solution

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From Illiberal State to Christian Values

Naming the Current Politics of Hungary

Heino Nyyssönen and Jussi Metsälä

30, no. 1 (2019): 5–19; see also Jan-Werner Müller, What Is Populism? (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016), 3–5; T. F. Rhoden, “The Liberal in Liberal Democracy,” Democratization 22, no. 3 (2015): 560–578, here 564. 3 See

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Theorizing the urban housing commons

Don Nonini

employees (e.g., social workers, architects) played a key role in setting out these regulations and implementing them, thus democratizing governance of the commons ( Schuiling and Van der Veer 2004: 8 ). Amsterdam’s social housing system constituted a true