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Thomas Meagher

pertinence of that relation to racism and anti-racism. I read existential psychoanalysis as a phenomenological method for examining human desire in its anonymity. However, the potential fruitfulness of this method is diminished to the extent that it is read

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Reality is What You Can Get Away With

Fantastic Imaginings, Rebellion and Control in Terry Gilliam's Brazil

Ben Wheeler

It is my intention here to explore the fictional and non-fictional texts that may have informed (or are at least isomorphic to) the sentiments articulated in this seminal dystopian film. The film centres on the struggles of protagonist Sam Lowry (Jonathon Pryce), a cog in the impersonal machinery of the bureaucracy that governs Brazil's society who desires anonymity within consensus reality, but in his dreams is a winged warrior fighting noble battles with symbolic adversaries. Sam finds he is increasingly unable to successfully reconcile or differentiate these paradoxical existences as they begin to bleed into one another throughout the film.

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Thomas Meagher and Farhang Erfani

humanity,” “insurrection-in-itself,” and “coercive anonymity,” to name a few, and, although “normative gaze” is rightly attributed to West, Stover's analysis really makes the term his own. However, these terms rarely receive much elaboration, and while the

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‘And gret wel Chaucer whan ye mete’

Chaucer’s Earliest Readers, Addressees and Audiences

Sebastian Sobecki

willed anonymity was the default condition of texts, where retractions relied for their effect on the intentional fallacy, and where the death of the writer became the birth of the author. As concerns Chaucer’s earliest readers, one of the most exciting

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Nicole Hudgins

photographs of the nineteenth century were the levels of industrial production of images of the latter, and the anonymity of the producers between 1914 and 1918. But although the World War I photographs were the product of an industrial, “totalizing” national

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Joanna Bourke

Side of Web Anonymity,” Bloomberg Businessweek , 1 May 2008, https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2008-04-30/the-dark-side-of-webanonymity (accessed 1 December 2017). 42 Martie P. Thompson and Deidra J. Morrison, “Prospective Predictors of

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“Welcome to Divinity College”

Subjectification in Pilgrimage to the Iran-Iraq War Battlefields in Contemporary Iran

Mahshid Zandi

-forever, and personalized for those awaiting the still-unreturned. The graves of anonymous martyrs are, thus, a space of imagination for the visitors. The anonymity of the dead allows RN visitors to imagine how young these soldiers must have been, what they

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Nupur Patel

. Through ambiguity, anonymity, and her particular use of recent history, I argue that she used the genre to forge her own authoritative place in the literary sphere. Overall, I show how, through prose fiction, she pushed the boundaries of female literary

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Neoliberalism, Hedonism and the Dying Public

Reclaiming Political Agency through the Exercise of Courage

Grant M. Sharratt and Erik Wisniewski

part of identity is the merely necessary; we are often no longer able to act in public, to display courage and lay claim to identities before others. As workers, we all have our places in the modern economy, and this relative anonymity of position

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Jafta Masemola's Master Key

Experimental Notes on Azanian Aesthetic Theory

Athi Mongezeleli Joja

contrabands entails a practice of critical anonymity, which obscures the object's identity. Rogoff is ‘not trying to illustrate smuggling through various works of art but to produce it as an operational device which allows us to bring our speculations