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Katherine Hennessey and Margaret Litvin

post-9/11 hunger to know more about the Arab world 1 but also a lingering prejudice that Arab interpretations of Shakespeare would necessarily be derivative or crude, purely local in value. A great deal – perhaps even the prejudice? – has changed. In

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Interfaith Families

A Muslim Perspective – Part II

Halima Krausen

organised and able to express themselves and, after the opening of the Iron Curtain, the Jewish communities started growing. The Iranian revolution and 9/11 also contributed a lot to making religion a public topic again. There were critical voices but mainly

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Target Practice

The Algorithmics and Biopolitics of Race in Emerging Smart Border Practices and Technologies

Tamara Vukov

-tech computerized, military, and private security industries (e.g., Palantir, Boeing, Deloitte). The explosion in surveillance and border technologies emerged in a post-9/11 context of homeland securitization and neoliberal privatization of military and security

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On Money and Quarantine

A Self-Ethnography from Italy

Francesca Messineo

in northern Italy, but this is a topic for another time. Around the world, some people argued that COVID-19 was the new 9/11; others said it marked a critical stage in the struggle against a model for development based on neoliberalism and

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Andrew Levy

, Pinker is aware that the reader may doubt this version of events by thinking of the horrors in the mid-twentieth century of Hitler, Stalin or Mao, to say nothing of more contemporary outrages such as 9/11, Iraq or Darfur. The book is a thousand pages long

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Reclaiming the streets

Black urban insurgency and antisocial security in twenty-first-century Philadelphia

Jeff Maskovsky

neighborhood “quality of life” programs. 4 Scholars in anthropology, geography, and other related fields tend to tie these developments closely to the rise of urban neoliberalism ( Low and Smith 2006 ; Maskovsky 2006 ) and to the integration, post-9/11, of

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The Ethics of Collective Sponsorship

Virtuous Action and Obligation in Contemporary Tibet

Jane Caple

Donations, Ritual Offerings, and Humanitarian Aid: Fields of Practice According to Forms of Giving in Burma .” Religion Compass 9 ( 11 ): 386 – 403 . 10.1111/rec3.12187 Caple , Jane . 2015 . “ Faith, Generosity, Knowledge and the Buddhist Gift: Moral

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On a 1st Anniversary

Jonathan A. Allan, Chris Haywood, and Frank G. Karioris

-rose-higher-in-three-months-of-covid-19-than-it-did-in-two-years-of-the-great-recession/ . Hollingsworth , Heather , and Marion Renault . 2020 . “ One-Day US Deaths Top 3,000, more than D-Day or 9/11 .” Associated Press , 11 December . https

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Thinking about Thinking

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Finding Continuity in US Military Veterans’ Embodied Minds

Anna Zogas

Mild traumatic brain injuries (mild TBI) have become associated with the asymmetric post-9/11 wars in which insurgency movements used homemade weapons such as improvised explosive devices (IEDs) against professional armies. In American medical

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Shakespeare and War

Honour at the Stake

Patrick Gray

duress; in the wake of 9/11, Iraq, Afghanistan, the Ukraine, Syria and North Korea, not to mention Brexit, as well as the election of Donald Trump, the hypothetical ‘arc of the moral universe’ towards global peace, prosperity and justice no longer seems