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Post Gezi Sensibilities and the Recent Turkish Elections

Anne Kelsey , November 25th, 2015


In Muslim Nationalism and the New Turks, Jenny White (2014:198) argues, “In the Gezi clashes, a new generation of citizens, whose expectations have been shaped by twenty-first-century global…


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Changing Tides: Celebrating Women’s Valor on Veterans Day

Anne Kelsey , November 10th, 2015


This Veterans Day, Americans will celebrate the sacrifice and heroism of those who served in uniform from World War I to the most recent wars in Iraq and…


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Bringing art to breast cancer care: 3D nipple tattooing

Anne Kelsey , October 19th, 2015


Few people realize how long and complex breast cancer treatment is. The Komen Foundation and Avon rarely highlight post-surgery debacles in their fundraising literature, and the visceral reality…


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(Re)-Remembering the Trail of Tears

Anne Kelsey , September 16th, 2015


September 16th is Trail of Tears Commemoration Day. This was news to me. As an Oklahoman, living in former Indian Territory, the place where tribal-altering and life-shattering journeys…


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Some animals are more equal than others – on net neutrality and roaming charges in the European Union

johanneswilm , June 30th, 2015


“Don’t ever let a good crisis go to waste.” While all of Europe is starring at Greece, the European Union has finally come up with new rules for…


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Some animals are more equal than others – on net neutrality and roaming charges in the European Union

johanneswilm , June 30th, 2015


“Don’t ever let a good crisis go to waste.” While all of Europe is starring at Greece, the European Union has finally come up with new rules for…


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The European game of chicken

johanneswilm , June 29th, 2015


A week ago it seemed as if the Greek debt crisis finally had been solved. Suddenly everything is undecided again and no-one can quite say if the Euro…


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The European game of chicken

johanneswilm , June 28th, 2015


A week ago it seemed as if the Greek debt crisis finally had been solved. Suddenly everything is undecided again and no-one can quite say if the Euro…


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Race and Rachel Dolezal: A Conversation with Patricia Sunderland

jmartin7647 , June 18th, 2015


Recent news surrounding Rachel Dolezal has led to quite the discussion on race. Our associates at the Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference (EPIC) pointed us to an article (‘You May…


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Assange/Žižek not really all that leftist after-all?

johanneswilm , April 29th, 2012


Finally got to see the second episode of Julian Assange tv show in which he interviews David Horowitz and Slavoj Žižek. While the interview is certainly original and much…


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