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Felix Girke

reflections. The necessary reconfiguration of ‘departure’ under conditions of social media in the digital age—when physical absence can be compensated for in various ways—changes our very understanding of ‘the field’. From Arrival to Departure This

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Matthew P. Romaniello

With the arrival of volume 17, our readers will notice there have been some changes to the editorial organization of Sibirica . My predecessor, John Ziker, has stepped away from his role as editor after several years of dedicated service. We are

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Yousif M. Qasmiyeh

The Crack Invites There must always be a crack. In a crack in our old wall, I planted my intentions and left. Before the same house, in the risen house, narrow and wide at the same time, in the same camp that is, I await your arrival. This

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Photography as Archive

The Self and Other in Isolation: An Interview with Saiful Huq Omi, followed by The Human that Is Lacking: A response to Saiful Huq Omi's photograph

Yousif M. Qasmiyeh and Saiful Huq Omi

discernible in the undulated layers of mud. Could it be an arrival? A departure? Or could it be an unintended outing? An arrival susceptible to its own arrival? A departure for an only alternative? Could those people, young, old, newborn, likely steeped in

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Silke Mende

The West German Green Party's 1983 entrance into the Bundestag marked a major break, both in the history of this young political force and the parliamentary system of the Bonn Republic. The Greens had been founded in opposition to the guiding principles of the West German postwar consensus and conceived of themselves as an “anti-parliamentary party.” Although they had gained parliamentary experience in some regional chambers, their entrance onto the national parliamentary stage juxtaposed old ideals and new challenges—for the Greens themselves as well as for German political culture. Taking this singular historic moment as a starting point, this article summarizes the formation of the Greens in the context of the changing political and ideological landscape of the 1970s. It also contrasts the party's formation with the transformations in terms of program and personnel that it undertook during the 1980s. The focus lies less on the specific activities of the green parliamentary group than on the broader developments in green politics and thinking.

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When the Future Is Hard to Recall

Episodic Memory and Mnemonic Aids in Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival

Hannah Chapelle Wojciehowski

Denis Villeneuve’s 2016 science-fiction film Arrival presents a tale of first contact between humans and extraterrestrials. Giant octopus-like aliens arrive in enormous lozenge-shaped spacecraft and hover over twelve locations around the

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“If the coronavirus doesn’t kill us, hunger will”

Regional absenteeism and the Wayuu permanent humanitarian crisis

Claudia Puerta Silva, Esteban Torres Muriel, Roberto Carlos Amaya Epiayú, Alicia Dorado González, Fatima Epieyú, Estefanía Frías Epinayú, Álvaro Ipuana Guariyü, Miguel Ramírez Boscán, and Jakeline Romero Epiayú

For more than 30 years after the arrival of the first multinational coal company in La Guajira, the Wayuu have raised their voices. They denounce the extermination of their people, the dispossession of their territory and their resources, and the

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Refugee or Alien?

The Long-Term Influence of Eastern European Jewish Immigrants on the Reception of German Jews into Great Britain in the 1930s

Diana Packer

immigrants was muted; nevertheless, aid was given to all new arrivals through the auspices of a joint committee of the Jewish Board of Guardians and the Russian Jewish Committee founded in 1881. 6 The majority of the new immigrants were either semi

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Importing Divisionism Instead of Diversity

A Personal Account of Jewish Rebirth in Prague

Martin Šmok

short time we Carpathian Jews would take over the leadership of the entire community. This was no idle threat. He added a few statements that simply were not true, such as that it was only after the arrival of his religious brethren that ‘kosher meat

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Jonathan Wittenberg

This article is based on the talk given at the commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the arrival of the Czech Scrolls at the Westminster Synagogue in London.