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Pac'Stão versus the City of Police

Contentious Activism Facing Megaprojects, Authoritarianism, and Violence

Einar Braathen

are identified, and conditions for a civilian-participatory logic of action are considered. Analytical Framework Three theoretical discourses inform the focal points of this article. The first is about patrimonialism ( Schwarcz 2019 ; Weber 1968

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Alessandro Testa, Tobias Köllner, Agata Ładykowska, Simion Pop, Giuseppe Tateo, Jason Baird Jackson, Ullrich Kockel, Mairéad Nic Craith, and Viola Teisenhoffer

. Giuseppe Tateo Charles University, Prague Valdimar Tr. Hafstein and Martin Skrydstrup (2020), Patrimonialities: Heritage vs. Property (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 102 pp., $20.00, ISBN 9781108928380. In the autumn of 2021, I will

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Introduction

Exceptionalism and Necropolitical Security Dynamics in Olympic Rio de Janeiro

Margit Ystanes and Tomas Salem

elites and powerful landowners, consolidating the patrimonial functioning of the state also following the installation of the First Brazilian Republic in 1889 (see Schwarcz 2019 ). The preceding year, more than a hundred years after the Society for the

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Getting by or getting ahead

State social spending and financialization in Peru

Susan Vincent

these can be the basis for collective action that can redress the unequal shares of patrimonial wealth or whether they are too fragmented for common expressions of interest remains to be seen. Meanwhile, the reciprocal ties that have been repurposed in

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Emergent Police States

Racialized Pacification and Police Moralism from Rio's Favelas to Bolsonaro

Tomas Salem and Bjørn Enge Bertelsen

Olympics, and to challenge Rio's reputation as a violent city to attract international investments (see, e.g., Gaffney 2010 ; Vargas 2013 ). In line with the patrimonialism (i.e., the use of the state to serve the interests of the ruling elites) and

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From Don Juan to Comrade Ivan

Educating the Young Men of the Urals for Love and Marriage, 1953–1964

Brendan McElmeel

studies, which portray Soviet men as having been displaced by a patrimonial state and deeply alienated from women and family life throughout the Soviet period, from the 1920s onward. 5 By highlighting this discourse of love, we might read this conference