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The closing of Öresund – On borders, trains and state power

johanneswilm , December 26th, 2015


With the so-called “refugee crisis” and the terrorist attacks in Paris in Europe, several European countries have either reinstated border controls to their neighbors or are planning to…


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The closing of Öresund – On borders, trains and state power

johanneswilm , December 26th, 2015


With the so-called “refugee crisis” and the terrorist attacks in Paris in Europe, several European countries have either reinstated border controls to their neighbors or are planning to…


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Exploring asylum seekers’ sense of belonging through walk-alongs in Heidelberg – by Theresa Leisgang

timostertag , December 8th, 2015


Walking home: Anthropology step by step Exploring asylum seekers’ sense of belonging through walk-alongs in Heidelberg  “Where are you from?” “Here, I am Afghan. In Afghanistan, I am…


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Curated Ruins and Un-Memorials: The Afterlife of Detroit’s Michigan Theater

Kaeleigh Herstad , September 4th, 2015


I came across Gabriel Moshenska’s Curated Ruins and the Endurance of Conflict Heritage (2015) via Twitter last week, which happily coincided with my first visit to Detroit’s former Michiga…


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The Spider

Judith Beyer , September 3rd, 2015


The thought crept into my mind today and refused to let go of my brain. It said ‘What if we have no f*ing clue?’ Going to bed with…


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The Greek Crisis and the Dangers of Culture

Unknown , August 24th, 2015


By Cristiano Lanzano


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The Greek Crisis and the Dangers of Culture

Human Economy Blog , August 24th, 2015


By Cristiano Lanzano


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The Greek Crisis and the Dangers of Culture

Human Economy Blog , August 24th, 2015


By Cristiano Lanzano


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The Greek Crisis and the Dangers of Culture

Human Economy Blog , August 24th, 2015


By Cristiano Lanzano


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anthro in the news 7/20/15

anthropologyworks , July 20th, 2015


Trending: #BoycottGermany BBC News carried an article about the social media buzz on boycotting German products in protest of its position on Greece. #BoycottGermany was first mentioned on…


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Key Words for Understanding the Germany Economy

Unknown , May 27th, 2015


We often speak of “capitalism” or “the market” as if they are singular things. We are comfortable talking about how the economy is doing, if “it” is up…


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Key Words for Understanding the Germany Economy

Ted Fischer , May 27th, 2015


We often speak of “capitalism” or “the market” as if they are singular things. We are comfortable talking about how the economy is doing, if “it” is up…


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Key Words for Understanding the Germany Economy

Ted Fischer , May 27th, 2015


We often speak of “capitalism” or “the market” as if they are singular things. We are comfortable talking about how the economy is doing, if “it” is up…


→Anthropological Observations . . . on economics, politics, and daily life

Key Words for Understanding the Germany Economy

Ted Fischer , May 27th, 2015


We often speak of “capitalism” or “the market” as if they are singular things. We are comfortable talking about how the economy is doing, if “it” is up…


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20. Hacking politics: civic struggles to politicize technologies

John Postill , May 2nd, 2015


This is the 20th of 42 posts in the ongoing Freedom technologists series. By Sebastian Kubitschko via Civic Media Project Despite the longstanding equating of hacking as infused…


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Making Heidelberg a Home while Longing for a Global City – by Magdalena von Drachenfels

anthropologiphone , February 24th, 2015


“For now our home is Heidelberg” says Laila Khan (all the names have been changed) and, pointing towards her one year old son, Shahid, she adds: “He was…


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Homing Heidelberg – a Student Project Exploring Refugee’s Ways of Navigating the City

anthropologiphone , February 24th, 2015


By Marie Sander, lecturer of the seminar Transcultural Place-Making How can we understand the idea of ‘home’ in times of migration? Is ‘home’ a place, social ties, family,…


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Paleo Selbstversuch: Wie (a)sozial ist Ernährung?

maschajw , February 20th, 2015


Vegetarismus und Veganismus sind für die Meisten keine Fremdwörter. Paleo ist dagegen eher unbekannt. An Hand eines einwöchigen Selbstversuches habe ich untersucht, ob unsere Ernährung Einfluss auf un…


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About Lice and International Studies

anthropologiphone , January 13th, 2015


Today’s interview-partner for the series “Why Anthropology Today?!” is Isabelle Kues, a student of Anthropology and Political Science. Find out below why she associates anthropology …


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An anonymous soon-to-be anthropologist reveals his thoughts

anthropologiphone , January 5th, 2015


Unser heutiger Interviewpartner für unsere Reihe über den Sinn von Ethnologie studiert Geschichte und Ethnologie im 7. Semester. Er möchte gerne anonym bleiben, ist aber der Redaktion namentlich…


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Anthropology Calling: PD Dr. Ulrich Oberdiek

anthropologiphone , December 29th, 2014


PD Dr. Ulrich Oberdiek begann sein Studium der Ethnologie, Indologie und Religionswissenschaft im Jahre 1981. Am Anfang seiner mittlerweile fast 25 Jahre währenden Lehrtätigkeit, damals noch ohne fest…


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Ethnographic films by anthropology students from Heidelberg

anthropologiphone , December 22nd, 2014


Ethnographic film has since long its place in the field of Anthropology. Heidelberg is no exception to this, where every list for a course on ethnographic filmmaking is…


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“Something like history?… Or about volcanos?”

anthropologiphone , December 12th, 2014


How often are you asked “Do you study about volcanos?”, when you talk about your profession as a (soon-to-be) anthropologist? While we anthropologists tend to self-reflect a lot…


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25 Years without the Berlin Wall

Donnchadh Mac an Ghoill , November 9th, 2014


Needless to say, the end of foreign imposed partition is an occasion of joy for any country. Here in Ireland, we look forward to the day when the…


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