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Connected or Traversed?

Plans, Imaginaries, and the Actual State of Railway Projects in Mongolia

Maria-Katharina Lang and Baatarnaran Tsetsentsolmon

imaginaries of roads and routes are instrumentalized to legitimize modernization projects or re-formulate already-existing rail lines, people, materialities, and commodities are mobilized, (dis)connected, and dispersed in their own ways. In July 2017 and

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(Dis)Connected Rail

Infrastructural Suspension and Phatic Politics in Romania

Adrian Deoancă

could assemble under that premise” mattered more than the actual land redistribution. 12 Surveying mattered because it connected peoples and agencies that would otherwise have been separated. Focusing on a disrupted means of material connectivity is

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France in the Times of COVID-19

The Public Humanities as a Vaccine for Coexistence

Araceli Hernández-Laroche

JR, for instance, whose international outreach connected local and global community preservation and participatory art, stated that the pandemic unleashed in him a burst of creativity like in no other time. In an American televised interview with PBS

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Still Connected to Home: The Politics of Immigrant Transnationalism in Germany

John Brady

Betigül Ercan Argun, Turkey in Germany: The Transnational Space of Deutschkei (New York: Routledge, 2003)

Eva Østergaard-Nielsen, Transnational Politics: Turks and Kurds in Germany (New York: Routledge, 2003)

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The Case of the United States

The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Social Connectedness and Isolation in Low-Income Communities

Allison A. Parsons, Danielle Maholtz, Jamaica Gilliam, Haleigh Larson, Dan Li, Sophia J. Zhao, Brita Roy, and Carley Riley

According to Debra Umberson and Jennifer Karas Montez (2010), “social connectedness” concerns the number, strength, and types of relationships that people possess and their perceived sense of belonging within their community. It is considered a

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Ground-Level Travel for a Non-Flying Baltic States Anthropologist from Northern Ireland

Gareth E. Hamilton

, having the ‘Suwałki Gap’ named after it, something created as the result of the presence of the Kaliningrad oblast. The Baltic States are connected hereby to the rest of the European Union only by a gap of approximately 65 kilometres from relevant tri

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Senses and Gender in Modern and Ancient Greek Healing Rituals

Evy Johanne Håland

festivals and rituals connected with life-cycle passages. Male authors who recorded the practice of healing rituals did not, and could not, know much of what occurred because the rituals were carried out by women. A way of tackling this dilemma is to attend

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Innovation in Israel

Between Politics, Society, and Culture

Sigal Ben-Rafael Galanti, Fany Yuval, and Assaf Meydani

sphere. Rooted in different disciplines, the articles are diverse yet connected to the political world, offering a distinctive preliminary mosaic that highlights the theme of innovation in Israel as it unfolds between politics, society, and culture

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Global South Perspectives on Youth

A Commentary

Shannon Philip

“youth sociology” and “connected sociologies” in order to produce some Global South perspectives on youth, which I hope will also take the shape of a special issue in this journal in the near future. Given the vast scope of both “youth” and the “Global

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How Can Sartrean Consciousness be Reverent?

P. Sven Arvidson

essential and differentiating in the moment of reverent awe is this felt connectedness to humankind, a contrast to Sartre's descriptions of Other-as-subject and Other-as-object in Being and Nothingness , and a contrast to the aloneness of anguish. Sartre