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Hegemony

Critical interpretations in anthropology and beyond

Gavin Smith

The popularity of the notion of hegemony in anthropology and cognate disciplines has waxed and waned. The self-censorship of Gramsci's most accessible writings (Selections from the prison notebooks) and the multi-layered nature of his thinking have led to a variety of understandings of the term. Easier to reflect on historically, after the events, than to use for analyses of the present, hegemony is both attractive to intellectuals insofar as it establishes their role in politics and yet prone to vagueness in its application to real life situations. For these reasons perhaps, the notion is now on the wane. Yet before we throw out the baby with the bath water, we need to reflect on precisely how it has been used in social analysis and praxis. This article takes a critical view of those people who have most influenced anthropologists in their understanding of the term and argues that the fetishization of 'culture' has probably done more to mystify the concept than anything else.

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German Hegemony? The Federal Republic of Germany in Post Cold War European Affairs

Luke B. Wood

policies, looking for evidence to confirm the emergence of German regional hegemony. The Federal Republic's newfound ability to potentially dominate the political and economic systems of Central and Southern European countries, as well as the governance

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Hegemony, Crisis and Bonapartism in Italy, Spain and France

Francesco Maria Scanni and Francesco Compolongo

-reaching renovation of their respective political and democratic systems, but have distinguished themselves from each other through their differing approaches to economic and social policy. Our work adopts the Gramscian notions of hegemony, Bonapartism, passive

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Hegemonic Masculinity and “Badness”

How Young Women Bargain with Patriarchy “On Road”

Clare Choak

's (1987 ; 1995; 2000 ) concepts of hegemonic masculinity and emphasized femininity, with the focus resting on Connell's premise that sometimes masculine displays or masculine identity go beyond male bodies and can be performed across the gender spectrum

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“Urban renewal with dancing and music”?

The renewal machine's struggle to organize hegemony in Turkey

Cansu Civelek

forces, means, and venues, as well as the role of land status, gender, ethnicity, and township and kinship connections. I will build the discussion on the concept of hegemony, without which it would be impossible to analyze the continuous struggle among

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Between loss and opportunity

The fate of place after postsocialism

Dace Dzenovska, Volodymyr Artiukh, and Dominic Martin

expulsion from the neoliberal nationalist hegemony that tried to replace it, a variety of “convictions” proliferate ( Pelkmans 2017 ; see also Martin 2017 ). Most of Lielciems’ residents seek information outside of mainstream media. Some rely on tabloids

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Challenging Hegemonic Patriarchy

A Feminist Reading of Arab Shakespeare Appropriations

Safi M. Mahfouz

's drama constitutes an accurate depiction of British Renaissance patriarchal hegemony. Although Shakespeare presents realistic gender stereotypes in Elizabethan society, at times he presents female characters who challenge the norms and values of such a

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V.S. Naipaul and His All-Male 4H Club

Heritage, Hegemony, Hypermasculinity, and Humor; The Core Attributes of Masculine and Sexual Identities in Miguel Street

Tyrone Ali

black masculinities as the critical response to the forced white powerful hegemonic masculinities of white colonialists. The aim is to first interrogate heritage and hegemony as the crucial forerunners of current day black masculinities, which are

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Resistance Through Nonperformance

Atheism and Nonreligion in Turkey

Pierre Hecker

contestation of Turkey's Sunni Islamic hegemony. The investigation starts off by revisiting the concepts of resistance and hegemony in the works of the Birmingham Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies (CCCS) and James C. Scott's Weapons of the Weak and

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From the “state-idea” to “politically organized subjection”

Revisiting Abrams in times of crisis in Turkey and EU-Europe

Katharina Bodirsky

important if anthropology wants to gain a deeper understanding of the contradictions of statehood and inequalities today. My first suggestion here is that we pay closer attention to current dynamics in hegemony-building strategies, and thus to concretize