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After Disasters

Infrastructures, (Im)mobilities, and the Politics of Recovery

Benjamin Linder and Galen Murton

pandemic's impact. This article attends not so much to the spectacular disruptions to extant mobilities systems wrought by COVID-19, but more so to the jagged process of remobilizing the world. In short, we are concerned here with the uneven politics of

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Remobilizing Religion in Utopian Studies

A View from a Feminist Literary and Historical Scholar of Utopia

Barnita Bagchi

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This article explores how factors such as gender and cross-religious communication frame and yield utopian perspectives in Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain's literature and practice as educator and feminist. The article makes the case that Hossain's body of work envisions utopia in complex, many-layered ways. Early in her creative career, as a member of the Muslim youth herself, Hossain created gender-just utopian visions that also embedded cross-religious dialogue and cooperation. She later became an educator, inspiring youth, particularly Muslim girls and young women, with utopian ideas and practices. The article concludes that analyzing Hossain's writing in utopian frames, as well as examining her writing and work through Ruth Levitas's approach to utopia as method, helps to explain Hossain's inclusion of religion and spirituality in her oeuvre.

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Cultures de Guerre in Picardy, 1917

Michael McGuire

-two people re-enter Blérancourt. Such soldiers and volunteers “demobilized” thousands of adults and children from their refugee status and “remobilized” them for France’s war effort. They created new war cultures throughout Picardy. 2 This article builds upon

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Editorial

Stéphanie Ponsavady

to extend the temporal horizon of (post-)disaster mobilities research. Focusing on the case of Nepal, they attend to the protracted process of remobilizing after a disaster. What does it even mean to get back to normal in a world defined by inequality

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Shadow Soldiering

Shifting Constellations and Permeable Boundaries in “Private” Security Contracting

Maya Mynster Christensen

where political attempts to demobilize and reintegrate combatants into civilian life run parallel with militarized remobilization. In exploring how Sierra Leonean ex-soldiers and ex-militias maneuver and negotiate categorical divides as they compete to

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Ritual Processes of Repatriation

A Discussion

Sonya Atalay, Nika Collison Jisgang, Te Herekiekie Herewini, Eric Hollinger, Michelle Horwood, Robert W. Preucel, Anthony Shelton, and Paul Tapsell

Edited by Jennifer Shannon

undergo organizational reform and match their remobilization of artifacts with the redeployment of people. Reform of museum boards to include Indigenous members is paramount; relevant curatorial personnel should yield their positions of control over

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Entrenched provisionality

Struggling for public electricity in postapartheid Johannesburg

Hanno Mögenburg

aligning with and at the same time undermining its formal logics of distribution and provisioning. This is also the case for informal electricity consumption in Johannesburg. Postapartheid: Remobilization for infrastructural justice The

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The Good, the Bad, and the Awkward

The Making of War Veterans in Postindependence Mozambique

Nikkie Wiegink

's remobilization for armed struggle in 2013. Thus, rather than “like everyone else,” former combatants in Mozambique have become particular kinds of citizens. This is not unique for Mozambique, as in many other African states former fighters have taken up

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Protests of Pandemic Skeptics in Germany and Austria

Antje Daniel, Anna Schwenck, and Fabian Virchow

existence of a pandemic situation and support for Russia's aggressive war on Ukraine (including positions that blame Ukrainians for the attack and that downplay the war's severity) have not so far led to a remobilization of pandemic skeptics in the streets

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Girl in American Flag Hijab

Noha Beydoun

-war period, the same rhetoric of freedom that was used to free the enslaved was remobilized in order to restore dominance for the whites in the South. The rhetoric of “freedom” was used to ensure that whites in the South had the freedom to govern themselves