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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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Judith Bovensiepen

the Indonesian occupation he had found a small piece of gold, the size of a peanut, in his pocket. After that, he started traveling in his dreams: he would fly around and into the mountains near Laclubar Town and in the morning he would wake up near

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Legal regimes under pandemic conditions: A comparative anthropology

Geoffrey Hughes

nevertheless dream of freedom and happiness. Taking us to the edge of the carceral state and the vast machinery of deportation and detention that has grown up in recent decades to control those populations deemed by the state to be undesirable, she reflects on

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Icelandic Resource Landscapes and the State

Experiments in Energy, Capital, and Aluminium

James Maguire

municipalities across the country, as they too borrowed on the international markets in the realization of longstanding infrastructural dreams, as community swimming pools, school buildings, and libraries sprung up one after another in remote locations around the

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Migration to the “First Large Suburban Ghetto” in America

Korean Immigrant Merchants in South Central Los Angeles in the 1980s

Chanhaeng Lee

. 3 (1984): 333–352; In-Jin Yoon, On My Own: Korean Businesses and Race Relations in America (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997); Kyeyoung Park, The Korean American Dream: Immigrants and Small Business in New York City (Ithaca, NY: Cornell

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Refugia Roundtable

Imagining Refugia: Thinking Outside the Current Refugee Regime

Nicholas Van Hear, Veronique Barbelet, Christina Bennett, and Helma Lutz

—including the kindred ideas of charter cities, free havens, and special zones—envisage deregulated places that are the dream spaces of neoliberal zealots. But despite these caveats, perhaps some version of these ideas may be worth looking at. In this article, I

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Asma Abbas

slight twinkle of a future, an internationalist one at that, only because of how his victory on some fronts might help release the chokehold on the grievous hopes and dreams of our worlds. We still called that campaign ours, never quite expecting our

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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

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Women and children together and apart

Finding the time for social reproduction theory

Jan Newberry and Rachel Rosen

are often symbolized by the figure of the child and materially invested in dreams for children's better futures. For children, debt is a lifelong companion taken to signify familial and household relations of obligation. These obligations sometimes

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Migration, residential investment, and the experience of “transition”

Tracing transnational practices of Albanian migrants in Athens

Gerda Dalipaj

like a bad dream today. Why should we give up and return? Only if we pass this difficult period … you know … for the sake of our children … because it is the house of the children, this one here. This statement by Nina Koçani, an Albanian migrant in