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Exhibition Review Essays and Exhibition Reviews

Steven J. Hoffman, Fanny Wonu Veys, Joseph P Feldman, Natasha Barrett, Elsa Lenz Kothe, Antonino Crisà, Sayantan Mukhopadhyay, Masaaki Morishita, and Ewa Klekot

, from personal identity to interpersonal relationships to civic identities. Curator Viviane Gosselin and the exhibition team with whom she worked at the Museum of Vancouver in Vancouver, Canada, skillfully shaped this exhibition featuring 20 collections

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Drawing National Boundaries in Barr's Ba-Bru Comic Strip Advertising

David Leishman

melding of actor, character, film and short story reveals something of the way Ba-Bru embodies an archetypal imperial figure whose intermedial origins borrow from a mix of different sources but whose specific personal identity is trivialised. Visually, the

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A Spectre Haunting Europe

Angela Merkel and the Challenges of Far-Right Populism

Joyce Marie Mushaben

among these groups, the socialist-capitalist axis and the authoritarian-libertarian axis. As of 2015 I would add a third dimension, the cosmopolitan-particularistic axis, encompassing the values, fears of social exclusion and “undervalued” personal

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Symbol of Reconciliation and Far-Right Stronghold?

PEGIDA, AfD, and Memory Culture in Dresden

Susanne Vees-Gulani

discourse that weaves together narratives of the city's unique and supposedly exclusive cultural significance, its unparalleled loss, and its revival. This discourse, I argue, while it serves as a common foundation for many Dresdeners’ social and personal

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“Algeria for the Algerians”

Public Education and Settler Identity in the Early Third Republic

Kyle Francis

entailed inserting the republican state in place of the family as the locus of personal identity and loyalty. 69 At the same time, it also foresaw the arrival in Algeria of a large number of French teachers who would retrench the emerging sense of

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Time and the Other in Nineteenth-Century German Travel Writing on Africa

Tracey Reimann-Dawe

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Between 1848 and 1914 a wave of German academic explorers traveled to Africa, enticed by the promise of geographical, anthropological and botanical discoveries. These Afrikareisende (African explorers) composed narrative accounts of their journeys, which at the time were the main channel for disseminating their experiences to the public. This article focuses on three works from the first three decades of German exploration of Africa prior to German unification in 1871. The common aim of scientific discovery unified Afrikareisende and their passage through foreign space. An inextricable feature of this scientific ideology is the connection to rational, linear time. This article demonstrates how the perception and relevance of time is employed to transfer knowledge of the Self and Other to a German readership. This knowledge reflects not only the explorers’ experience of their personal identity but also the tentative beginnings of a collective German identity as it is defined in colonial space.

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Remixing and Reimagining the Early Childhood School Experiences of Brilliant Black Boys

Brian L. Wright and Donna Y. Ford

ideology about Black boys and young men. These tragic characterizations serve to dehumanize and devalue their cultural and personal identities both academically and socially. For example, in school, teachers (White teachers in particular) impose these

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Rites of Passage Programs for Adolescent Boys in Schools

A Scoping Review

Johanna Kingsman

status within the father–son relationship. Identity The impact of ROPPs on identity is presented in varied ways within the scholarship, including personal identity, cultural identity, and masculine identity. The heightening of self-awareness was

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Hegemonic Masculinity and “Badness”

How Young Women Bargain with Patriarchy “On Road”

Clare Choak

“ ‘spectacular’ hyper aggressive/hyper masculine modes of behaviour, incorporating violent and petty crime, fraud/personal identity theft and low level drug dealing” ( Gunter 2008: 352 ). On English soil, among some young men and women there is an honor code

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Medium Specificity, Iterative Ethics, and Algorithmic Culture in The Good Place

Jane Stadler

's assistive function or Chidi's pedagogical function in The Good Place ). Personal identity for television characters is also definitively relational , as Pearson elaborates: For literary and dramatic critics, [character] development has often meant that