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‘Master, Slave and Merciless Struggle’

Sin and Lovelessness in Sartre's Saint Genet

Kate Kirkpatrick

freedom is dependent on French Augustinian ontologies of sin and that love is impossible for the Sartrean subject of Being and Nothingness . 2 In this article, I will consider the extent to which Sartre maintains the same position in Saint Genet , to

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Mahdieh Vali-Zadeh

, along with her path of individuation as a woman with agency and voice. This article starts with the aesthetic of sin , where Forough recycles the masculine narrative of sin in her own way, particularising and feminising it. The article then analyses

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Noncitizens’ Rights

Moving beyond Migrants’ Rights

Sin Yee Koh

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In this reflective essay, I argue that it is timely to think of noncitizens’ rights rather than migrants’ rights per se. Using insights gained from my research on expatriates in Brunei and Malaysia, I show how expatriates become institutionalized as perpetual noncitizens and therefore systematically excluded from the assemblage of rights afforded to “recognized” residents. In other words, like their relatively underprivileged migrant counterparts, expatriates are also subjected to differentiated rights tied to their noncitizen status. Linking this insight to my reading of recent scholarship on “forced transnationalism” and “hierarchies of deservingness,” I discuss how these conceptual tools could be useful in advancing a research agenda on noncitizens’ rights. Finally, I reflect on the role universities can play in supporting and advancing this agenda.

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‘Are We Coming to Make a Documentary or a Surrealist Film?’

Demythifying Luis Buñuel’s Tierra sin pan in Fermín Solís’s Buñuel en el laberinto de las tortugas

Marc Ripley

Spanish region of Las Hurdes, close to the Portuguese border, to film a short documentary film on the lives of its inhabitants. Titled Tierra sin pan [Land without bread], Buñuel’s 1933 account of the struggle to survive in that desolate, unforgiving

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Jessica Belue Buckley and Søren S. E. Bengtsen

their specific questions related to the pursuit of leading a paradigm shift towards sustainability in higher education. Jessica Belue Buckley University of Louisville Sónia Cardoso, Orlanda Tavares, Cristina Sin and Teresa Carvalho (eds

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John Gillespie and Katherine Morris

Now , at seventy-four. Fittingly enough, in between come reflections on sin and love and on the ageing body. As a result, we can get a sense of how Sartre's thinking changes and develops throughout his career and is always engaged, right to the end

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Alexandra Wright

the Sins of the World’, was set to music by Handel, Telemann and Stoetzel, among others. Both were written for Good Friday in two parts: Part I before and Part II after the sermon. Like their predecessors, the music and words of Bach's Passions

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Emanuel Stelzer

’ Shakespeare refers to the contemporary practice of communal desecration and denigration of suicide, which was then regarded both as one of the most terrible sins a Christian could commit and as a felony, being described as a crime ‘against Nature, against God

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Migrantes y vida pública en Cuba

Estrategias transnacionales de ciudadanos cubanos residentes en Ecuador

Liudmila Morales Alfonso and Liosday Landaburo Sánchez

, que facilitaba la confiscación, sin indemnización y a favor del Estado, de los bienes “abandonados” por quienes emigraban del país. Las tensiones entre los Gobiernos de Cuba y Estados Unidos se acrecentaban; el presidente Kennedy convirtió en total

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From Villainous Letch and Sinful Outcast, to “Especially Beloved of God”

Complicating the Medieval Leper through Gender and Social Status

Christina Welch and Rohan Brown

, weakness, and ugliness. 46 The leper becomes a social text, corruption made visible through a male emblem of decay, 47 enforcing the church teaching that sin was often the cause of bodily disease. Banished from the community the leper was a social outcast