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“Text-as-Means” versus “Text-as-End-in-Itself”

Some Reasons Why Literary Scholars Have Been Slow to Hop on the Mobilities Bus

Lynne Pearce

“entanglement” of events, affects, and processes, but my thoughts might be somewhere else entirely. 19 This is precisely the sort of cognitive dissonance that literary texts—both fiction and non-fiction—capture so well and lend important food for thought to all

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Peter Merriman

on travel and mobility were designed to cut out all “non-essential” travel, which meant that—for me—the pleasures or anxieties of travel were reserved for “essential” food-shopping trips or the exercise that was permitted in one's local area. Living

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Conservation-Induced Resettlement

The Case of the Baka of Southeast Cameroon—A Variation on the Habitual Mobility–Immobility Nexus

Harrison Esam Awuh

practice farming extensively, account for only 9 percent of transmission to Baka. 37 The consequences of the lackluster adaptation of incoming agriculture techniques and the prohibition of hunting in protected areas have compromised the Baka’s food

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“It’s Being, Not Doing”

Hospitality and Hostility between Local Faith Actors and International Humanitarian Organizations in Refugee Response

Olivia J. Wilkinson

Baddawi camp, northern Lebanon, has shown how refugees from multiple countries and secondary and tertiary displacements—Syrian, Palestinian, Iraqi, Kurdish—assist each other, for example, with the provision of iftar food baskets to the most vulnerable in

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Alejandro Miranda

. It appears as if practitioners are distracted while playing or dancing, looking at something else or thinking about the food being passed around. However, they are clearly focused on the moments and how instances come into being during the performance

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Improving and protecting human rights

A reflection of the quality of education for migrant and marginalized Roma children in Europe

Silvia-Maria Chireac and Anna Devis Arbona

. An interesting aspect of this problem is that a high proportion of Roma children are enrolled in these schools to obtain meals and accommodation benefits from the Romanian education system. The only food-related benefit that all the students share

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Creating borders in young minds

A case study of Indian and Pakistani school textbooks

Dhananjay Tripathi

homogenous entity whereas Indian children are presented as divided between Hindu and Muslim groups. The book highlights these divisions by focusing on differences in clothing and food (e.g., Muslim children wear Shalwar Kameez whereas Hindu children wear a

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Moving-with-Others

Restoring Viable Relations in Emigrant Gambia

Paolo Gaibazzi

in particular, venturing out of the village was a main pathway to securing subsistence and well-being. By laboring and trading abroad, men acquired money to buy food for their household, improve housing conditions, send their parents to Mecca, pay for

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Undoing Traceable Beginnings

Citizenship and Belonging among Former Burundian Refugees in Tanzania

Patricia Daley, Ng’wanza Kamata, and Leiyo Singo

settlements, each household was given a five-hectare plot of land, which allowed them to gain domestic food self-sufficiency and income from the sale of agricultural surplus. Some refugees became quite successful in business, health care, education, and as

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Ivi Daskalaki and Nadina Leivaditi

guidelines, its employees placed great emphasis on the education of the young guests, along with the provision of food, clothing, access to medical care, and legal and psychosocial support. The administration’s and employees’ emphasis on education seemed to