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Asma Abbas

wonders why we need buildings if there is technology so that all public university buildings can be privatized for a future of zombies, we are left to wonder how long before it is okay to say “if you can be a refugee, why do we need citizens?” Should we

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The Democracy of Everyday Life in Disaster

Holding Our Lives in Their Hands

Nancy L. Rosenblum

, neighbors are again called on to provide essentials: shopping for food and medicine or offering advice on technology to children struggling with remote schooling. Improvisation may give way to organized volunteerism by neighbors using networking and social

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Cultural Heritages and Their Transmission

Elizabeth C. Macknight

and learn about cultural heritages are flourishing, with greater receptiveness to new voices and innovative technologies for communication. Policymaking structures and institutions will continue to adapt and evolve in the mission to improve knowledge

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Louise Haagh

). Sanctions regimes reinforce use of new technology that exacerbates mechanisms of exclusion, as detailed by the UN Commissioner for Human Rights in his characterization of a new “digital welfare state” ( Alston 2019: 3 ). A related issue at stake is whether

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Milja Kurki

, bacteria, and in symbiosis with technologies. And, these scholars point out, humanity as an abstract universal category is also historically constructed and contemporarily too constructed in complex negotiation with concrete beings: not all humans

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When Was Brexit? Reading Backward to the Present

Antoinette Burton

evident in Kennetta Perry's reading of The Heart of the Race (1986), where she shows us how the authors, Beverley Bryan, Stella Dadzie, and Suzanne Scafe, make a relentless case against the racializing technologies of the postwar welfare state. In the

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“Amazing Rapidity”

Time, Public Credit, and David Hume's Political Discourses

Edward Jones Corredera

technologies, Hume saw the origins of political, social, and economic acceleration in the speed of public credit. 20 In an age when philosophers and ministers struggled to define concepts such as “happiness” or “luxury,” the meaning of credit was drawn from