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Landscapes and Races in Early Twentieth-Century Peru

The Travels of José Uriel García and Aurelio Miró Quesada Sosa

Rupert J. M. Medd

review Peru’s colonial geographical stereotypes in his thinking. The old costa-sierra-selva construct of geographical opposites failed as a narrative to incorporate other complexities, such as the interconnectedness and transcultural aspects of Peru

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Mediating the Rural Ideal

The Australian Town in Twentieth-Century Travel

Louise Prowse

living “off the land” gives the rural way of life an authenticity that is seemingly lacking in (equally stereotypical) views of the city. It is, and continues to be, as Richard Butler (2001: 77) points out, a powerful marketing tourism image

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Creative Encounters

African Trade and Chinese Oil Production in Western Chad

Nikolaus Schareika

European business model that he knew from television by displaying its stereotyped symbols: the business suit, the laptop, the business papers and stamps. He thus tried to signal his trustworthiness as a business partner within an imagined global idiom that

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Brian Yothers, Gillian Dooley, Guy Galazka, Peter Weisensel, Jackie Coon, Magdalena Banaszkiewicz, and David Cashman

expansion and adventuring for “English” integrity are explored. Lastly, Nayar explores the theme “Civilize and Collapse.” Especially in the later centuries of the period under examination, the “imperialist-hero stereotype” emerged: “the selfless missionary

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Beyond the Glittering Golden Buddha Statues

Difference and Self-transformation through Buddhist Volunteer Tourism in Thailand

Brooke Schedneck

authenticity. Expectations of monks as silent, stoic, wise, and always in a meditative repose come from media and popular culture, which has perpetuated these impossible stereotypes. Unlike what some have found in ( Laos Holt 2009 ) and among the hill tribe

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Social Lives and Symbolic Capital

Indigenous ‘Oil Lawsuits’ as Sites of Order and Disorder Making

Veronica Davidov

politics of identity and positionality, in interplay with homogenizing symbolic orders that structure the dominant imaginaries and stereotypes. In Ecuador, Judith Kimerling (2005) documented some of the complex local politics around issues of inclusion

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Culture Trumps Scientific Fact

‘Race’ in US American Language

Augustine Agwuele

disadvantaging of people due to internalized stereotypes, as shown by Wolf (1994) . This article is not about ‘race’ or ‘racism’ per se. Hence, rather than relying on the aforementioned and other significant works on these topics, it examines the routinized use

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Humor, Amnesia, and Making Place

Constitutive Acts of the Subject in Gezi Park, Istanbul

Christopher Houston and Banu Senay

by the enforcement of an Islamic dress code. Figure 3 shows people standing in front of the door of the state (Devlet). The figures in the first three sections are dressed in stereotypical Islamist clothing, and the captions are all same: “I can go

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Ksenia Gavrilova

village is ascribed to women, while nomadic life is associated with men), gender stereotypes, 9 migration, and demographic processes ( Povoroznyuk et al. 2010: 3, 14, 18 ; for a contradicting case, see Liarskaya 2010 ). In Oliutorskii District of

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Tricking Time, Overthrowing a Regime

Reining in the Future in the Yemeni Youth Revolution

Ross Porter

students who prided themselves as a sort of modernist vanguard to challenge their pre-existing stereotypes of the tribes as anachronistic, backwards, feudal, anti-statist and the anathema of change. At the same time, the youth were equally aware of their