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Ronald Aronson

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Jean-Paul Sartre and Ronald Aronson

In early 1945, with the war not yet over, Sartre travelled to the United States for the first time. He travelled with a group of correspondents who were invited in order to influence French public opinion favourably towards the United States.1 Sartre was sent by his friend Albert Camus to report back to Combat, the leading newspaper of the independent left. Once invited, he arranged also to report back to the conservative newspaper, Le Figaro. Simone de Beauvoir reports that learning of Camus’ invitation in late 1944 was one of the most exciting moments of Sartre’s life.

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Constanza Parra and Casey Walsh

with nature should be revisited from a broader socio-cultural perspective capable of inspiring and grounding alternative modes of governance and citizenship. The articles gathered in this special symposium of Nature + Culture discuss small efforts to

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Oceans

Amelia Moore and Jerry K. Jacka

are all a result of their tireless work and that of their amazing managing editor, Rebecca Feinberg. Together, and with the help of some truly creative guest editors, they bravely published a mix of articles from junior scholars and well-known figures

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Mise en abyme

Laurence Grove, Anne Magnussen, and Ann Miller

This edition of European Comic Art was not planned as a themed issue, but during the editing process, we noted that all four articles may be regarded as offering variations on mise en abyme , the use of an image within an image or text within a

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Mobility and Infrastructure in the Russian Arctic

Das Sein bestimmt das Bewusstsein?

Nikolai Vakhtin

a simple dichotomy of indigenous people versus newcomers. The general theoretical approach used by the authors of these articles is complex. Their approach lies at the intersection of four powerful concepts: mobility, remoteness, networks, and

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Cognitive Disability

Towards an Ethics of Possibility

Faye Ginsburg and Rayna Rapp

lineage has helped to establish the exploration of cognitive difference across the life span and in diverse settings as an important anthropological mission. The disarticulate: research and recognition The articles in this special issue build on this

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Dangerous Mobilities

Mimi Sheller

historical inquiry. Second, many of the articles have a strong emphasis on the “sensing material body,” with its embodied knowledge and its spatial and nonverbal sensory experience. Whether one is hunkering down on a storm-tossed ship or fleeing a flood, the

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Creative Practices/Resistant Acts

Nesreen Hussein and Iain MacKenzie

could not be more important, the articles in this issue provide valuable opportunities to reflect on the resistive power of art and creative acts and their ability to intervene in political discourse during critical times in potent and affective ways

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War Memories and Online Encyclopedias

Framing 30 June 1941 in Wikipedia

Mykola Makhortykh

history.” 1 Since then, the size of Wikipedia has increased significantly from a million articles in 2006 to five million in 2016 in its English version alone, and its popularity among web users continues to grow. The encyclopedia’s extensive scope and