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Cultures de Guerre in Picardy, 1917

Michael McGuire

advances and calcified trenches left ten Gallic départements under Wilhelmine control. Little changed in 1915, as Anglo-French offensives failed to shatter German positions. These assaults and German requisitions damaged German-occupied France. By 1916

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Global Black Ecologies

Justin Hosbey, Hilda Lloréns, and J. T. Roane

framework for understanding the quotidian ways that Black communities navigate geographies calcified by antiblackness, residential segregation, and pollution. Morrison analyzes both literary history and social science literature to outline Black spatial

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Pedagogies of resistance: Free universities and the radical re-imagination of study

Fern Thompsett

‘fumble-friendly zone’, it exists instead as a ‘permanent experiment’. BFU has avoided calcifying too prescriptive a vision for several reasons: firstly, to remain open to the ideas and participation of anyone wishing to be involved; secondly, to emphasise

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Unbuilt and Unfinished

The Temporalities of Infrastructure

Ashley Carse and David Kneas

question the narratives of inevitability that can calcify around infrastructures. Like the historian Kathryn Oberdeck's analysis of the unbuilt spaces of Kohler, Wisconsin, with its “paper streets, imaginary blocks, [and] fantasy buildings,” this heuristic

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The Rue d'Isly, Algiers, 26 March 1962

The Contested Memorialization of a Massacre

Fiona Barclay

of injustice, which has calcified into a narrative of victimhood. The campaigning work of the AFVA is admirable in its commitment to obtaining justice for the dead. It does nonetheless exhibit a tendency to elide the complexities of history