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Rebranding Desolation

The Allure of Israel’s Desert Landscapes

Amelia Rosenberg Weinreb

Despite the threat that desolate desert landscapes pose to local growth and economic sustainability in Israel, desolation has an allure that has facilitated landscape rebranding. Drawing on Zionist pioneer diaries, pre-state fundraising literature

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Nighttime Navigating

Moving a Container Ship through Darkness

Maria Borovnik

, kinetic” relationship with their environments. 10 Ingold has argued that both taskscape and landscape are interactive and resonate between beings and their environments. Landscape in this view is a “living process” that interchangeably constructs and is

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Enwinding Social Theory

Wind and Weather in Zulu Zionist Sensorial Experiences

Rune Flikke

world that was not alien within the group or within the larger southern African cultural landscape. Furthermore, Thandi, an Anglican with no prior involvement with the Zionist movement, was surprised when the winds that had whistled through Zulu history

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Forgotten moralities of agrarian economy in Bali

Production and exchange, business and friendship

Graeme MacRae

and rarely recognized is that they are embedded in moral contexts of ideas, beliefs, and values. This hierarchy of understandings is especially evident in contemporary agrarian landscapes dominated by industrial/commercial modes of production. For as

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Green Fields and Blue Roads

The Melancholy of the Girl Walker in Irish Women’s Fiction

Maureen O’Connor

… and understates the potential for self-intoxicated fetishization of greenery’. 8 The fetishisation of greenery has unique connotations for cultural production in Ireland, a country inevitably identified with the colour and with romanticised landscapes

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Ruth Mostern

. He suggests that “rather than focus on the abstract accretion of landscape changes or technological inventions as a collective human experience over time,” environmental historians should “highlight how such changes are distributed in space” in order

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Delta Ontologies

Infrastructural Transformations in the Chao Phraya Delta, Thailand

Atsuro Morita and Casper Bruun Jensen

possible for local inhabitants as well as local and foreign ‘innovators’ to enact deltaic landscapes in radically divergent ways. Here we focus on divergent but co-existing ontologies in the Chao Phraya Delta in Thailand. Characterizing these ontologies

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Jaro Stacul

result, municipal councils had more authority on their memorial landscapes ( Ochman 2009: 393–400 ; Parkin 2013 ) than was previously the case. What characterized this “rediscovery” was also the fact that after 1989 both the myth of Poland as a

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A Wolf’s Eye View of London

Dracula, Penny Dreadful, and the Logic of Repetition

Dragoş Manea

iconic depictions). It is little wonder then that such characters have come to dominate our media landscape in recent years. As we have moved towards an age of transmedia franchises, riddled with competing reboots, remakes, and reimaginings, iconic

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Sarah Hill

A growing body of work in girls’ media studies, with which this article is aligned, addresses girls as active users and producers in the digital media landscape ( Holmes 2017 ; Kearney 2011 ; Keller 2015 ; Shields Dobson 2015 ) and seeks to