Tag: comparative

Comparative Urbanism and who gets [funded to] compare

john hutnyk , May 30th, 2022


In the current conjuncture, with the increasingly complete capture of university research by corporate interests, only the alternative incorporation of research teams that start outside the universit…


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Đồng Tháp poses the urgent questions for today.

john hutnyk , May 25th, 2022


Juxtaposing decayed US v Soviet war crap or a flower that blooms in slime. a Huey and a MIG and sundry other remnants from the pond in the…


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Another Kind of Concrete – Koushik Banerjea

john hutnyk , March 1st, 2022


being ill is my excuse for catching up with novels, but I interrupt the stream of hackery to give a progress report on this as its the best…


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Class – and critique – in Bad Marxism, poking fun.

john hutnyk , March 18th, 2021


I was looking something up and stumbled upon a quote of me that I did not recognise – that class ‘does not make much sense’. I am pretty…


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Comparativism

john hutnyk , January 13th, 2021


In an essay last term, students Làu Cẩm Tú and Hồ Phạm Ngọc Trân brought out the problems and possibilities inherent in Ruth Benedicts work style – though there is…


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Vietnam – Brazil

john hutnyk , April 5th, 2020


Comparative. Who’d have thought to do this one – but, its done, and there’s an intriguing and generous review – of J. Warren’s Cultures of Development: Vietnam, Brazil,…


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Dating your Ancestors is Complicated: The Strange Case of Homo Naledi

Gamwell , April 26th, 2017


Photo: John Hawks. Homo naledi has much in common with early forms of the genus Homo On this episode, Adam and Ryan dive into the complexities of our…


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Dating your Ancestors is Complicated: The Strange Case of Homo Naledi

Gamwell , April 26th, 2017


Photo: John Hawks. Homo naledi has much in common with early forms of the genus Homo On this episode, Adam and Ryan dive into the complexities of our…


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How did we choose our field sites?

Tom McDonald , June 18th, 2015


Our project field site locations A question we are often asked is how we selected our field sites for the project. Why these nine sites? Why are there…


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