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‘To the Extremes of Asian Sensibility’

Balinese Performances at the 1931 International Colonial Exhibition

Juliana Coelho de Souza Ladeira

18 June, L'Intransigeant 10 gave the Balinese dancers a cover article, announcing their arrival: ‘Who would not be curious to see these women whose type of beauty is the pure Aryan race from which we come from: Do Balinese women deserve their

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A New Turn in Russian Ethnography

Science and Cultural Politics at Moscow's First Ethnographic Exhibition of 1867

Mariam M. Kerimova and Maria V. Zolotukhina

professions and the difference between the city and the rural area, was comparable to the ways in which other global exhibits demonstrated change ( Inozemtseva 2009 ; Zaitzev 2001). In contrast to the 1855 Exposition, dominated by the category of race to match

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Assisted “voluntary” return of women to Kosovo

Rhetoric and reality within the framework of development

Sandra Sacchetti

. ( 2011 ). How voluntary are voluntary returns? Race & Class 52 , 98 – 107 . Widgren , J. ( 1990 ). International migration and regional stability . International Affairs 4 ( 6 ), 749 – 766 . 10.2307/2620358 Widgren , J. ( 1999 ). The

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Between ‘Greatness’ and ‘Ignorance’

The Transition to Nuclear Power in Turkey

Sezin Topçu

) was not zero. There had been substantial political work invested in this area since the 1955 Geneva conference. In 1956, in the race for ‘peaceful isotopes’, which were seen as a key element of its modernisation, Turkey created an Atomic Energy

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Seized in Beirut

The Plundered Archives of the Palestinian Cinema Institution and Cultural Arts Section

Rona Sela

Aphasia: Race and Disabled Histories in France ’, Public Culture 23 , no. 1 : 121 – 156 . 10.1215/08992363-2010-018 Tzfadia , E. ( 2008 ), ‘ Merchav Ironi Vepolitika Leumit: Memadim shel Shelita Vehitnagdut Baktiva Haa’cheshavit Al Hai’r ’ [ Urban

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US–México border states and the US military–industrial complex

A Global Space for expanding transnational capital

Juan Manuel Sandoval Palacios

with two main objectives: the first one, to “warm” the Cold War by forcing the Soviet Union on a new arms race. And the second one, to support the big arms corporations with a huge defense budget that would feed the Gun Belt, and particularly the Sun

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Joel S. Migdal, Anat Ben-David, Uriel Abulof, Shirley Le Penne, Tomer Persico, Nohad ‘Ali, Tsafi Sebba-Elran, Maya Rosenfeld, Nissim Cohen, Eran Vigoda-Gadot, Shlomo Mizrahi, Meital Pinto, Hagar Salamon, and Diego Rotman

empower tribalism and fundamentalism. Those resisting acculturation to American-style ideals and the universalized identities of citizens and consumers, or those simply left behind in the industrial and economic race, tend to revolt against globalization

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Dudziro Nhengu

their right to health may largely depend on their social standing—their class, race, gender, education levels, geographical positioning, and ability to understand or speak a specific language. If power and resources to influence decisions on health and