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Transfers at a Crossroads

An Anthropological Perspective

Noel B. Salazar

roads or Danny Miller on mobile technologies, 7 and the ground-breaking volumes that have been published since 2016 in AnthroMob's Worlds in Motion book series. Who or What Is Being Transferred? It is worthwhile to reread the Transfers

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Between Two Worlds

The Dybbuk, Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, and Reparative Tragedy

Lisa S. Starks

S. Ansky's 1918 play The Dybbuk, or Between Two Worlds is not an adaptation of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet – at least not in the strict sense of the term. Nevertheless, in its various stage productions and subsequent adaptations, such as

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Inhabiting Volatile Worlds

Franz Krause and Thomas Hylland Eriksen

Volatility Beyond Crisis We live in a world of crisis. Violent conflicts, large-scale illegalised migrations, climate change, political polarisation, mass extinctions, economic emergencies, growing inequalities, increasing pollution and a

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World Family Portrait

Expresiones paisajísticas de la frontera Guatemala-México en la zona del Soconusco; Un alfabeto, dos universos

Mauricio Pablo Cervantes Salas, Harlan Harlan, and Carmen Maganda

The RISC-RISE Consortium A World Family Portrait is a joint project of the Consortium for Comparative Research on Regional Integration and Social Cohesion-Social Elevation (RISC-RISE) and Regions & Cohesion . It aims to promote

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Bequeathing a World

Ecological Inheritance, Generational Conflict, and Dispossession

Kath Weston

‘What sort of world are we leaving to our children?’ 1 This is a rhetorical question, though hardly an idle one, that has become commonplace in discussions of ecological damage. Younger voices on the opposite side of a putative generational

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Two Worlds of Environmentalism?

Empirical Analyses on the Complex Relationship between Postmaterialism, National Wealth, and Environmental Concern

Jochen Mayerl and Henning Best

moderated by national wealth: individual postmaterialism is hypothesized to be effective in wealthy countries only. We add to the state of research by using new data from World Values Survey (WVS) wave 6 and combining it with data from WVS wave 5 and

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Challenging Binaries in Posthuman Worlds

An Analysis of Lu Yang's The Great Adventure of Material World

Jori Snels

“Confined by binary oppositions, one can only see a world made of one's own preconceptions about the world,” warns Material World Knight. This anime-style superhero valiantly fights the oppressive binary systems that organize the Material World

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Philosophical Fiction as World Literature

Jean-Paul Sartre's Nausea

Aaron Castroverde

represent so-called universal values. To read Nausea today is to think stereoscopically about the nation and the world, for the novel belongs to the canon of world literature just as much as it belongs to France. These optics are radically different, yet

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Narrating the Second World War

History Textbooks and Nation Building in Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine

Lina Klymenko

and linguistic components of discourse about the Second World War in Ukrainian school history textbooks. 6 In contrast to these studies, this article conceptualizes a history textbook as an assembly of narratives, and explores how a narrative of a

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Simulation, Fetishism and World Domination

Using Baudrillard to Analyse American Discourse

Charles Campbell

American troops. Noam Chomsky cites Rice's statement as illustrating the paradox of an American identity that makes them indigenous everywhere (since they own the world) while the natives who oppose their conquests are always ‘renegades’. 4 This article