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Hope Chest

Demythologizing Girlhood in Kate Bernheimer’s Trilogy

Catriona McAra

handcrafted by a significant male presence in the bride’s life, usually her father or husband-to-be, adding that its true significance was to hold “her hopes and dreams for the future” (45). Gaston Bachelard reminds us of the heirloom-like qualities of the

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Creating Dialogue on Inclusion in Vietnam

Girls with Disabilities Exhibit their Work

Naydene de Lange, Nguyen Thi Lan Anh, and Nghiem Thi Thu Trang

school and community and with their friends and family looked like. These drawings also depicted their hopes and dreams of not being left behind. Then, to create an opportunity for the girls to talk about their experiences of exclusion we used photovoice

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Valentina Mitkova

theoretical and biographical issues, the second part of the book, entitled “Seminarut” (The seminar), references Nicolchina's research on the geo-cultural differences between the dreams and ideas of Eastern intellectuals of the 1980s (shared in the form of

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Between Afropolitans and new Sankaras

Class mobility and the reproduction of academics in Burkina Faso

Michelle Engeler

present-day students dream. Furthermore, one of the concept’s critiques, which argues that the term promotes the rapacious consumerism of the African elites who represent that “mobile Afropolitan class” (raised by, e.g., Dabiri 2014 , 2016 ; Gehrmann

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Instead of a Novel

Sophia Yablonska's Travelogues in the History of Modern Ukrainian Literature

Olena Haleta

principal dream was to travel the world, and traveling became a way to remain independent. While working for a French documentary production company, traveling, and living in Morocco and China, Yablonska published three travelogues accompanied by hundreds of

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Desire for the political in the aftermath of the Cold War

Dace Dzenovska and Nicholas De Genova

solidarity in Europe. There is a parallel sense of loss of a “translocal vehicle for local dreams” in the places formerly known as the Third World ( Prashad 2007 ). Notably, this sense of loss is accompanied by a persistent search for incipient political

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Rachel Rosen and Sarah Crafter

generate sympathy for their cause, following the model of wounded subjectivity that has become dominant in neoliberal, Anglo-American societies ( Pupavac 2008: 278 ). Hopes and “dreams” served a powerful and emotive motif. For example, The Mail printed a

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The Rule of Law—A Heuristic Perspective?

the American Dream . As an impressionist painter of the late nineteenth century—taking on board a manifold of empirical evidences—Chomsky presents the reader with how the American dream will be destructed by the application of egocentric hedonistic

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A megastructure in Singapore

The “Asian city of tomorrow?”

Xinyu Guan

ostensibly “free” “immaterial labor” of the migrant patrons, in the collective creation of affect that extends beyond acts of exchange, a public manifestation of collective “dream[ing]” ( Brash 2019: 323 ). Yet, such acts of dreaming perhaps points toward

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Householding and social reproduction

Comment on Newberry and Rosen

Deborah James

are necessary to actualize dreams of a better world in which harmonious relations with family members might be possible, but being unable to repay while creditors knock at the door is disabling and may even destroy those relationships. As I have