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‘Time Is Like a Soup’

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

Ben Bowles

. Simplistic descriptions of modern time, particularly those that describe the acceleration of temporal experience produced by new technologies and structures (see Castells 1996 ; Eriksen 2001 ; Virilio 2012 ), can fail to take into account the continuing

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Thinking about Thinking

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

Anna Zogas

technologies and the disciplinary techniques of institutions. Veterans’ experience of their injuries, their cognitive impairments and the rehabilitative options available at the VA are entangled with the experience of leaving an archetypal disciplinary

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Laurent Berger

are less the effect of the Industrial Revolution and its use of fossil fuels technologies (responsible for greenhouse gas emission) and more explained as the logic of capitalist valuation and creative destruction of the biosphere unfolding since early

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Egor Antonov and Venera Antonova

Translator : Tatiana Argounova-Low

, education, culture, and the arts. Such a tendency was often explained by insufficient recruitment among schoolchildren in rural areas. Thus, for instance, children of native and indigenous background did not find technology-related occupations attractive

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Lenience in Systems of Religious Meaning and Practice

Maya Mayblin and Diego Malara

) turned productively to the history of Western Christianity to show how ‘care of the self’ became progressively geared toward dissection of the interior self, as exemplified by ritual technologies such as confession and penance. This led to new types of

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Drawing Stereotypes

Europe and East Asia in Russian Political Caricature, 1900–1905

Zachary Hoffman

summer of 1900 and Japan's surprise attack on Port Arthur in early 1904 offered a treasure trove of material. By the 1880s, newspapers had incorporated technologies that allowed for mass circulation and the inclusion of illustrations and graphics in their

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Minor Traditions, Shizen Equivocations, and Sophisticated Conjunctions

Casper Bruun Jensen and Atsuro Morita

unfolding ‘ontological turns’ in anthropology (e.g., Holbraad et al. 2013) and in science and technology studies (STS) (e.g., Jensen 2012 ; Mol 2002 ; Pickering 1995 ). While societies generally distinguish between human and non-human domains, these

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“Space without People”

Austro-German Filmmaker, Bestselling Author, and Journalist Colin Ross Discovers Australia

Siegfried Mattl

German foreign policy by stressing the lasting impact of German culture and technology in what he considered to be a rising zone of endangered white supremacy. German ideas of Australia, the mandates, and New Zealand had been long dominated by romantic

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Temporality of Movements in the North

Pragmatic Use of Infrastructure and Reflexive Mobility of Evenkis and Dolgans

Vladimir N. Davydov

techniques and technologies (e.g., Komkov et al. 2016 ; Tsukerman 2013 ). Usually, insufficient attention is paid to the temporal dimension of such mobility. In many respects, this creates a one-sided view representing mobility from the perspective of a

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Time-Tricking

A General Introduction

Roxana Moroşanu and Felix Ringel

technology studies ( Wajcman 2015 ) to human geography ( Glennie and Thrift 2009 ) and anthropology ( Guyer 2007 ; Bear 2014 ). A far-reaching and popular contribution to the recent interest with time has come from work looking at increased mobility ( Urry