Tag: imaginaries

Anthropology at, and of, the Limit

Ruben Andersson , September 27th, 2019

Where do we draw the line of separation? Who draws it, and for which purposes? When the former interior minister of Italy, Matteo Salvini, launched his little war…


Hilary Dick on Words of Passage

| , September 2nd, 2019

Interview by Alejandro I. Paz https://utpress.utexas.edu/books/dick-words-of-passage Alejandro I. Paz: Your book follows the ways that, given the entanglements between the US and Mexican economies, M…

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Imagining new imaginaries for the university

Jodie-Lee Trembath , August 1st, 2018

Are we seeing a shift away from explicitly imagining alternatives to the status quo? Are we even still capable, as a society, of envisaging these alternative imaginaries? There…

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Watching Movies in Ghana

Alexandra Frankel , March 9th, 2017

Re-presenting the stuff of dreams and invisible forces, films feed the popular imagination. “It’s true, it’s true. All these things happen, all these things happen in real life….

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