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Whoso List to Find?

Hard Facts, Soft Data, and Women Who Count

Elizabeth Mazzola

towns and cities, and charged to track mortality rates and fulfil bureaucratic agendas. These women administer reality rather than find solace in retreating from it. Stephen Greenberg estimates that print runs for the Bills of Mortality might have

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Life in the Time of COVID

Meeting between Jewish Principles and Existential Thought

Harriett Goldenberg

differently. For Frankl, to whom I will return later in this article, it means that there is no given, absolute meaning to any situation, event or feeling, but rather it is within our individual province to make meaning, to find meaning, to create meaning

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Brian Callan and Giovanni A. Travaglino

In this first issue of 2021, we find ourselves still in this strange space of a viral pandemic that first emerged in 2019. Yet contentious politics persists in public places, and the present issue reflects Contention' s continued efforts to

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Speaking of the Holocaust

From Silence to Knowledge and Back Again

Keith Kahn-Harris

identifiable event in the first place – was perhaps the easiest part of the process. Much more difficult was to find a way to articulate what the Holocaust meant, how it was experienced and how Jews and others could find a way to go on in its wake. This work

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Cotten Seiler

The editorial team hopes you will find this double issue of Transfers as generative to read as it was to put together. Juxtaposing two special sections that present, respectively, important new thinking on mobility and pedagogy and thoughtful

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The Girl


Fiona Nelson

failed, largely, to find direct links between the consumption of any one popular culture item and radical changes in behavior. In other words, it is probably unlikely that watching one television series, even one so widely consumed and discussed, would

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About the Cover Image

Frank G. Karioris, Jonathan A. Allan, and Chris Haywood

Since our first Issue, the Journal of Bodies, Sexualities, and Masculinities has sought to find ways to meld our form with our content. This has come in the shape of trying to publish unique research articles, pushing the boundaries of the book

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In Jonathan Swift's 1726 satire Gulliver's Travels, the diminutive Lilliputians present to their emperor an inventory of what they find in the pockets of their prisoner, “the Great Man-Mountain” Gulliver. Prominent among the contents of those

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A Tale of Two Electorates?

The 2021 Federal Election and the AfD Voter in East and West

Michael A. Hansen and Jonathan Olsen

-born. Following this, we estimate multiple regression models in order to find correlates with AfD constituency vote share. We chose each of the variables included here because of indications in the literature that they may be significant or are a subject of

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Religion and Organisation

Lionel Blue

system, place must be found for spontaneity and the freedom of religious experience. For instance, it is good to have big, well-designed synagogues – it is even better to have something to put in them. Throughout Europe, one finds great buildings