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The Mistakes That Make People

Reconceptualizing Power and Resistance in Rwanda

Will Rollason

person’s conduct by another is difficult. Commonly, the difficulty of controlling another person seems to stem from the presumption that the mind or will of the one exercising control is radically separated from the bodily conduct of the target of power

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Life at a Tangent to Law

Regulations, ‘Mistakes’ and Personhood amongst Kigali’s Motari

Will Rollason

will and trust made it possible for them to make a living. Indeed, from a purely material point of view, it is evident that the boss system is the practical basis of the ikimotari . 6 With the exception of people who had previously held better jobs

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Walking to Write

Following Patrick Leigh Fermor across Europe

David Wills

remote Peloponnesian village of Kardamyli ( Wills 2015 ). Following Fermor’s death in 2011, biographers have inevitably felt freer to explore—and speculate about—the minutiae of his life. There is the acclaimed authorized biography by Artemis Cooper

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The Will of the People?

Carl Schmitt and Jean-Jacques Rousseau on a Key Question in Democratic Theory

Samuel Salzborn

, undoes to day, all that was concluded yesterday” ( Hobbes [1651] 1909: 144–145 ). While a nondemocratic system tries to guarantee permanence and stability to its subjects while demanding the same from them, but regardless of their will, democracy promises

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Compliance

Politics, Sociability and the Constitution of Collective Life

Will Rollason and Eric Hirsch

Charles I, and rebutting directly Charles’ justification of his conduct before and during the Civil War, Milton contends: He [Charles I] confesses a rational sovrantie of soule and freedom of will in every man, and yet with an implicit repugnancy would

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Lauri Rapeli and Inga Saikkonen

gaining ground and democracy is backsliding even in old and robust democracies, how will the pandemic affect the already uncertain future of democracy? In this commentary, we address the issue by discussing some possible scenarios in established and

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Amy Cox Hall, Sergio González Varela, Jessica S.R. Robinson, Peter Weisensel, and David Wills

Will Buckingham . Stealing with the Eyes: Imaginings and Incantations in Indonesia (London: HAUS Publishing, 2018), 230pp., ISBN 978-1-909-96142-5, $19.50 (paperback). Stealing with the Eyes is a wonderfully written memoir and coming of

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Colonising ‘Free’ Will

A Critique of Political Decolonisation in Ghana

Bernard Forjwuor

Seek ye first the political kingdom and all other things shall be added unto you. — Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana The Master's Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master's House — Audre Lorde While the general concept, meanings, and accounts of

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There Will Be Trouble

Curating Theater in India

Amitesh Grover

plays, I will highlight two here. Silver Epidemic , a play by Cia Mungunzá de Teatro (Brazil), built a frenzy of entangling bodies, maddeningly juxtaposing “the” against the disenfranchised, the outcasts, the people of “Crackland” who repeatedly get

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Within the Whole Body

An Interview with Ishmael Hope and Will Geiger on Tlingit House Screens and Indigenous Phenomenology

Sol Neely, Ishmael Hope, and Will Geiger

On a cold, snowy January night in Juneau, Alaska, Will Geiger and I convened at Ishmael Hope’s home—with his wife, Lily, and their five children—for dinner and cordiality in advance of our recording session. The Hope family is exceedingly generous with their time and knowledge, and, as is the case whenever we gather at the Hope home, one can palpably discern the multigenerational inspirations and relations that sustain their work, artistry, and community involvement. Once the children went to bed, we dimmed the lights and pulled out our books.

When the editors of Screen Bodies told me that the journal was interested in expanding notions of screen beyond cinema, I inquired about the possibility of interviewing Ishmael Hope and others on Tlingit house screens and, by a kind of phenomenological appeal, of focusing the conversation through a concern for embodiment. Originally, Ishmael and I invited Will Geiger and Forest Haven, a brilliant Tsimshian PhD candidate from University of California, Irvine, to participate, but Forest was unfortunately unable to attend. Over the years, I have worked closely with these three on a number of academic projects, developing a tight and trusted friendship sustained by mutual respect and interwoven eruditions.