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A Failed Attempt to Create an International Community of Communist Asian Studies in 1955

Huaiyu Chen

, literature, and history. Then I turn to contextualize the “modern turn” of China studies that appeared across the Eurasian continent. I hope this article will shed new light on Sino-European relations and the globalization of modern Asian studies as a rising

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Speaking Back, Striking Back

Calls for Local Agency and Good Fieldwork in Development Encounters

Eugenie Reidy

wringing’, an extension of the angst that has beset both anthropology and development for decades. Ever since its ‘post-modern turn’, practitioners of anthropology ‘worry that their words and works will be seen as complicit with capitalism, colonialism

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Silence in the Woods

Finno-Ugric Peoples of the Russian North and Western Siberia in the Ethnographic Literature from the Eighteenth to the Beginning of the Twentieth Century

Art Leete

. Michel Malherbe (1995: 259 ) depicts the early modern turn in ethnographic writing as extending the range of factors that were supposed to influence peoples’ lives, also meaning that moral phenomena received more attention than previously. The state

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The Stuff of Soil

Belowground Agency in the Making of Future Climates

Céline Granjou and Juan Francisco Salazar

University, 8 June. Clark , Nigel . 2011 . Inhuman Nature: Sociable life on a Dynamic Planet . London : Sage . Clarke , Adele E. 2005 . Situational Analysis: Grounded Theory after the Post-modern Turn . London : Sage . Cox , Peter R

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How “Poland Entered Europe”

The Motorway as a Space of Neoliberalism

Waldemar Kuligowski

and imagination? Moloch whose buildings are judgement!” 42 Marshall Berman wrote about modernity through the motorway in a more conventional and academic way: “ Sic transit! To be modern turned out to be far more problematical, and more perilous