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Canon Fire

Decolonizing the Curriculum

Andrew Sanchez

, labor, intersubjective relations, and knowledge production well beyond the strict limits of colonial administrations’ (2007: 243). Turning her gaze to the challenges of intersectionality, Ritty Lukose (this volume) suggests that we might use Adrienne

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The Limits of Knowing Other Minds

Intellectual Disability and the Challenge of Opacity

Patrick McKearney

generated by opacity practices can also be a site for the emergence of alternative and unexpected forms of intersubjective interaction, new relationships between hearers and listeners, and thus new modes of reciprocity, intimacy, and recognition. This raises

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Michele Friedner

participates in collective meals, as examples. How do anthropologists exist intersubjectively with these interlocutors and produce forms of both intimacy and knowledge that exist beyond language and narrative? As I argued in a 2017 essay co-written with Pamela

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Ocean Thinking

The Work of Ocean Sciences, Scientists, and Technologies in Producing the Sea as Space

Susannah Crockford

the current ecological devastation wrought on the ocean by human activity through the impacts on coral reefs and Arctic sea ice. In this section, the intersubjective relationship between ocean scientists and their subject matter is the central theme in

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Migration as Survival

Withheld Stories and the Limits of Ethnographic Knowability

Gerhild Perl

Jackson ([2002] 2013a) and Annika Lems (2018) have not only convincingly shown how storytelling is an intersubjective means that might bring people closer together, but also that stories of pain and suffering cannot be shared and often remain

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Vertical Love

Forms of Submission and Top-Down Power in Orthodox Ethiopia

Diego Maria Malara and Tom Boylston

encompassment or domination/resistance. Expressing faith, showing love, and caring for others are ways, as Klaits (2009: 3) writes, “of authorizing certain forms of intersubjectivity, rather than of asserting self-determining agency.” Power is clearly present

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Moral Thresholds of Outrage

The March for Hrant Dink and New Ways of Mobilization in Turkey

Lorenzo D’Orsi

disposition through which individuals and groups negotiate their sense of events, their threshold of good and evil, and their positionality in a wider social context ( Goodenough 1997 ). Hence, its study is basically a study on intersubjectivity, which also

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Contemporary “Structures” of Racism

A Sartrean Contribution to Resisting Racial Injustice

Justin I. Fugo

the other's perception. The third dimension is the most complicated of the three, what we might call the intersubjective dimension of embodiment, and understood as the experience of my body as others experience it. To understand the three dimensions

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Humor, Amnesia, and Making Place

Constitutive Acts of the Subject in Gezi Park, Istanbul

Christopher Houston and Banu Senay

the humor’s unwillingness to recognize the shared humanness of ‘Muslims’, we get a sense of the antagonistic intersubjectivity constituting Atatürkist identity. Through humor, an Atatürkist counter-public perceived itself as dominated and oppressed

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Connecting and Disconnecting

Exploring Prisoners’ Relations with the Outside World in Myanmar

Andrew M. Jefferson and Tomas Max Martin

have articulated the importance of intersubjective relationships for human flourishing. Within the prisons literature, this argument has been made strongly by Craig Haney (2006) and Lisa Guenther (2013) who argue that relationships constitute our