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Claire Cororaton and Richard Handler

This article documents and analyses the uneasy, if not contradictory, relationship between service learning and liberal arts thinking in an undergraduate programme in Global Development Studies (GDS) at a North American University. As an undergraduate, Cororaton participated in a service-learning project to build a greenhouse in Mongolia; at the same time, the curriculum of her major (GDS, a programme directed by Handler) was developing a critique of such service projects, focusing on their lack of political self-consciousness. The authors contextualise the story within the university's ongoing attempts to enhance its global profile.

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The Ill-Equipped Modernist

Historicizing Édouard Dujardin’s Les Lauriers Sont Coupés

Kelly J. Maynard

-pinching and cavalier luxury. This context informed Dujardin’s creation of Daniel Prince, the young bourgeois making his way in Paris in a state of excruciating self-consciousness. In one of the most entertaining sections of Les Lauriers , in chapter 3, Prince

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The Amāra on the Square

Connective Agency and the Aesthetics of the Egyptian Revolution

Ayman El-Desouky

self-consciousness, of offering people a chance to ‘come out of themselves,’ are those that can also cause dramatic shifts in power, creating resistance among those who had until then gone along with their own subordination.” The discourses surrounding

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So What Is the Anthropology of Buddhism About?

David N. Gellner

Perrière, and others, the anthropology of Buddhism may be achieving more unity of purpose and more self-consciousness than it has had for a long time. I also stand by another conclusion from 1990—that the question of authenticity has always had meaning for

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“Where Is the New Constitution?”

Public Protest and Community-Building in Post–Economic Collapse Iceland

Timothy Heffernan

against continued government corruption, empathic solidarity emerges from a position of self-consciousness that eschews self-interest through one attending to the experience of another and fostering a sense of togetherness ( Rice 2014: 61 ). As Hörður

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Listening with Displacement

Sound, Citizenship, and Disruptive Representations of Migration

Tom Western

the senses and their perceived naturalization.” In Europe, this naturalization has a long history and is produced at great cost. Ian Biddle and Kirsten Gibson (2013) chart how Europe fixated on ritualizing the senses early in its coming to self-consciousness

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Portrait

Eileen Barker

Linda Woodhead, James T. Richardson, Martyn Percy, Catherine Wessinger, and Eileen Barker

sociology of religion often fails to see itself as a construction of reality, social or otherwise. It needs a self-consciousness. As Catherine Bell (1996: 188) points out: “That we construct ‘religion’ and ‘science’ is not the main problem: that we forget

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Legacies, Trajectories, and Comparison in the Anthropology of Buddhism

Nicolas Sihlé and Patrice Ladwig

this larger project. As David Gellner comments in the afterword to this special section, “the anthropology of Buddhism today may be achieving more unity of purpose and more self-consciousness than it has had for a long time.” We hope to witness further

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Introduction

Performance, Power, Exclusion, and Expansion in Anthropological Accounts of Protests

Aet Annist

“prefigurative subjectivity” ( Kurik 2016: 60 ) a more general footing: involvement, whether in joy, grief, or certain ungraceful self-consciousness, adds in itself a layer to people's lifeworld that was not there before, carving out a variety of sometimes

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Green Out of the Blue, or How (Not) to Deal with Overfed Oceans

An Analytical Review of Coastal Eutrophication and Social Conflict

Alix Levain, Carole Barthélémy, Magalie Bourblanc, Jean-Marc Douguet, Agathe Euzen, and Yves Souchon

consequences” ( 2012: 126 ). This consequentialist conception allows obstacles to publicization to be identified, such as the degree to which public liberties are achieved: people's ability to aggregate, develop self-consciousness and acknowledge common