Tag: Affect & embodied experience

Values, affect, and feminism in the Brazilian elections

By Thiago Pinto Barbosa. 156 million Brazilians were called to vote on the last Sunday of October. It was the second round of the presidential elections: Brazilians had…

Neoliberalism and small-hall boxing: two zero sum games?

By Louis Gregory – Few people know much about the surreal world of English small-hall boxing, a world away from its professional, globalised alternative. Small-hall boxing is a…

Grief is a thing to be sung: solace from Shi’a lamentation

By Aleeha Zahra Ali A year and a half ago, I learnt what grief was. Before that I had known waves of sadness, despair, depression, heartbreak and anger….

Ramadan as an anthropologist

By Lilian Ebbelaar Ramadan to me was always something that was so interesting. It had this kind of mysterious feeling and always felt strange to me. Why are…

Lesvos, drawn in the field

From a distance we watch as desperation grows and in awe we witness how people attempt to build new shelters on harsh concrete, prepare food on windy sidewalks…

Yellow fragmentation

By Irene Stengs. Bangkok, Sunday May 5. With hundreds of others, I am queuing to enter the restricted area around the Grand Palace where the Royal Land Procession…

Seeing light in a different light

By Matthias Teeuwen                        Some time ago, I heard Tim Ingold deliver…