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When Was Brexit? Reading Backward to the Present

Antoinette Burton

dramas—tense and tender scenes that touch on everything from imperial nostalgia to the criminality of immigrants (whether ex-colonial or East European) to the threat of globalizing forces—have unfolded in countless British-based TV series over the last

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Introduction: World Fairs, Exhibitions and Anthropology

Revisiting Contexts of Post-colonialism

Patrícia Ferraz de Matos, Hande Birkalan-Gedik, Andrés Barrera-González, and Pegi Vail

-Gedik , H. ( 2021 ), ‘Orientalism alla Turca’: Evolutionary Desires, Imperial Nostalgias, and Western Anxieties in Ahmed Midhat's Avrupa'da Bir Cevelân Field Notes: History of Anthropology Review . https

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Britain, Brexit and Euroscepticism

Anthropological Perspectives on Angry Politics, Technopopulism and the UK Referendum

Cris Shore

fixation with borders, the triumph of fake news or demagogic populist nationalism, or imperial nostalgia. 2 These were all elements in the Vote Leave narrative, but other factors were also at work, including a backlash against decades of austerity, anger

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The Representation of “Difficult Pasts” in Military Museums

The Portuguese Colonial War in the Portuguese Armed Forces Museums

André Caiado

colonial war are articulated with those of the colonial past. They are “entangled memories” marked by silences, amnesia, strategies of active forgetting and selective remembering ( Campos 2017 ; Cardina 2020 ), and imperial nostalgia ( Caiado 2021 ). They