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Ghana ThinkTank

Black Lives Matter Guerrilla Street Signs

Christopher Robbins, Maria del Carmen Montoya, and John Ewing

Biennial of Architecture; the National Museum of Wales; Hong Kong/Shenzhen Biennale in Shenzhen, China; ZKM | Museum of Contemporary Art, Karlsruhe, Germany; New Museum Festival of Ideas; the Foundation for Art and Technology, Liverpool, UK; and Eyebeam

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Imagining Futures of Energy

Views from Central Asia

Markus S. Schulz

Arctic, unconcerned about how its use would impact global climate. The Chinese pavilion featured an animated show likening the power of fusion to a dragon. Germany’s pavilion was organized under the theme “energy on track,” emphasizing the country’s post

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Transfers at a Crossroads

An Anthropological Perspective

Noel B. Salazar

Belgium in the 1990s, students were still expected to read philosophical texts in French, English, and German—and, I can assure you, reading Heidegger in German was maybe not much fun at first, but it taught me a lot about German culture and society. But

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Wake in Guangzhou

The History of the Earth

Maria Thereza Alves

, He Xiagning, from Hong Kong, was a member of Sun Yat-sen’s central committee and traveled to the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Paris, Germany, and other places for her exhibits. Seeds could have attached to her clothes and fallen in Guangzhou

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Imparting Ethno-aesthetic Knowledge in John Hawkesworth’s Report on Cook’s First Voyage to the South Pacific (1768–1771)

Sebastian Kaufmann

French, English, and, even if “only” as researchers and reporters, Germans participated. Therefore, an examination of the corresponding travel literature inevitably requires a comparative approach. The most influential travel narratives of the period are

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Gijs Mom and Georgine Clarsen

—especially those connected to nonsessility—are viewed with distrust by authorities and their “citizens,” those whose privilege is at that moment characterized by “sessility.” 2 And when they had made it to Germany, in buses, on trains, and in an occasional

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“Two Wheels Bad”?

The Status of Cycling in the Youth Hostels Association of England and Wales in the 1930s

Michael Cunningham

representatives of twelve nations attended. The German movement was the earliest founded, in 1909, and had the largest number of hostels. It had a significant impact on the organization in England and Wales. Virtually every contemporary account of the movement

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At the Threshold to the New World

Equator Crossings, Sunsets, and Claude Lévi-Strauss’s Tristes Tropiques

Michael Bies

Possessions: The Wonder of the New World (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992). 3 In German-language literature, this topos of the “land of the future” has most prominently been adopted by Stefan Zweig. See Stefan Zweig, Brasilien: Ein Land der

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Florian Krobb and Dorit Müller

significant aspect of the generation and transmission of knowledge lies in the temporal construction of travel narratives. The ways German travelers in Africa integrate their experiences into a linear, measurable passage of time reveals their desire to assert

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Emma Terama, Juha Peltomaa, Catarina Rolim, and Patrícia Baptista

reaching fifteen million users by 2020. 20 Germany, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands are the predominant European markets, with a 75 percent share of total European membership. 21 Results from a 2013 survey conducted in Europe