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‘Time Is Like a Soup’

Boat Time and the Temporal Experience of London’s Liveaboard Boaters

Ben Bowles

water and the strength of the wind. This affects their personal time maps, which tend to manifest in the following pattern: boat time is evidently as flexible in the precise timing of events as it is usually slow of tempo; it is marked by a lengthy and

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Walking to Write

Following Patrick Leigh Fermor across Europe

David Wills

was only surface deep; its strength was still actively feared, and its beauty, in these swirling mists, still inspired a savage sensation of awe” (102). A town fool in Hungary, with his nonsensical antics and threadbare costume, could have originated

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Karl Mertens

strength between snow grains ( Colbeck 1997: 1 ). For vehicle travel, this means that in powdery conditions the snow must be displaced and compressed. Since the density of powdery snow is low, it is easy to move, but it is 30 to 60 centimeters deep from

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“Save the Men!”

Demographic Decline and the Public Response in the Late Soviet Period

Tricia Starks

1960s. 5 “Beregite muzhchin!” Literaturnaia gazeta , 24 July 1968, 12 by Boris Urlanis (Doctor of Economics) From ancient times women have been considered “the weaker sex.” If we mean their physical strength, this is true. Indeed, you will not find a

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Jamie McMenamin, Lauri Hyers, Jeroen Nawijn, and Aviva Sinervo

analysis would have made this book’s introductory and closing chapters more valuable. In conclusion, the strength of this book is its individual chapters. Instead of simply including up to date literature reviews, these chapters present original work and

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Introduction

Toward a Comparative Anthropology of Muslim and Christian Lived Religion

Daan Beekers

analytical framework, examining the similar or divergent ways in which they respond to shared social conditions. A key strength of such comparative ethnography is its potential to provide insights and reveal connections that are likely to go unnoticed in non

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“Real, practical emancipation”?

Subaltern politics and insurgent citizenship in contemporary India

Alf Gunvald Nilsen

would complain again, and so slowly things like this started happening routinely. The outcome was that “people’s work was getting done, so people thought there was strength in the Sangathan, and the sarkar , the government workers, they [became] afraid

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‘Coming To Look Alike’

Materializing Affinity in Japanese Foster and Adoptive Care

Kathryn E. Goldfarb

future intersections of fate. When my interlocutors in Japan say that en brought them together with their adopted or fostered children, they are referring to the ineffable en of chance and fate. The adoptive bond exists because of the strength of en

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Emancipation as social equality

Subaltern politics in contemporary India

Indrajit Roy

openness. Apparently contradicting the admiration with which he perceived his Musahar comrades, he told me one evening a few weeks later: “The bravery and strength of the Musahars is useless until they can think scientifically. They don’t understand that

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Inside and Outside the law

Negotiated Being and Urban Jouissance in the Streets of Beirut

Ghassan Hage

each retain their strength, if not the inclination to use it. Yet we need to be careful here and note that being horizontal does not make the laws of reciprocity and gift exchange outside the law. There is a big difference between ‘being outside the