Tag: Hannah Arendt

Hannah Arendt – Ein wegweisendes Vorbild in den Kulturwissenschaften

Corinne Chatel , August 20th, 2019


Die deutsch-jüdisch-amerikanische politische Theoretikerin Hannah Arendt (1906–1975) war eine begnadete Denkerin und eine vorbildliche Persönlichkeit. Von ihrem Mut erzählen ihre Schriften und ihr Leb…


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What to Call US Border Detention Centers?

Adam Hodges , August 5th, 2019


The controversy over the term “concentration camps” stems from the connotations it carries, setting up analogies that risk hyperbole and overlook the complexities of historical comparison. The governm…


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Hannah Arendt and Martin Luther King Jr.: The Next #AnthReadIn on February 17, 2017

Carole McGranahan , January 30th, 2017


By: JC Salyer and Paige West On January 20, over one thousand anthropologists came together to read Michel Foucault’s lecture eleven in “Society Must Be Defended.” What began…


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The Anthropoliteia #BlackLivesMatter Syllabus Project, Week 12: Kevin G. Karpiak on the critical potential of an anthropology of police

kevinkarpiak , November 30th, 2016


The editors of Anthropoliteia are happy to present the latest entry in on ongoing series The Anthropoliteia #BlackLivesMatterSyllabus Project, which will mobilize anthropological work as a pedagogical…


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Mijn hart brandt

standplaatswereld , August 31st, 2015


Het Holocaust Monument in Berlijn. © Ilya Boyadin, via Flickr creative commons. Saskia Jenelle is studente van de master Sociale en Culturele Antropologie aan de VU en is…


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In the Journals – June 2015

Sean Miller , June 23rd, 2015


Welcome back to In the Journals, a monthly review of just a fraction of the most recent academic research on security, crime, policing, and the law. Summer may…


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