Tag: migrants

Sheena Kalayil discusses her book, Second-Generation South Asian Britons

| , April 12th, 2021


Interview by Kim Fernandes https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781498580038/Second-Generation-South-Asian-Britons-Multilingualism-Heritage-Languages-and-Diasporic-Identity Kim Fernandes: In your book,…


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In the Journals – Policing Migration

allisontedesco , January 25th, 2021


A Macedonian police officer raises his baton toward migrants by Freedom House via creativecommons Welcome back to In the Journals! This ongoing series aims to bridge conversations that…


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Rituales cotidianos y retos de la población migrante con discapacidad/Daily rituals and challenges of the migrant population with disabilities

Deon Claiborne , July 6th, 2020


Claudia Morales, a graduate student from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, has written about the added effects to quality of life for disabled migrants in the United States…


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Rituales cotidianos y retos de la población migrante con discapacidad/Daily rituals and challenges of the migrant population with disabilities

Deon Claiborne , July 6th, 2020


Claudia Morales, a graduate student from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, has written about the added effects to quality of life for disabled migrants in the United States…


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Sabina Perrino on her book, Narrating Migration

| , May 25th, 2020


https://www.routledge.com/Narrating-Migration-Intimacies-of-Exclusion-in-Northern-Italy-1st-Edition/Perrino/p/book/9781138584679 Interview by Daniela Narvaez Daniela Narvaez: In your book, you reflec…


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A Lesson In Composure: Learning From Migrants In Times Of Covid-19

Rebecca_Irons , May 7th, 2020


CHRISTIAN UNGRUHE The Covid-19 pandemic teaches a number of painful lessons. Many people, persistently deprived from access to adequate health care, housing, education or jobs, pay a devastating…


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Europe’s Other Walls

Chelsea Horton , November 15th, 2019


The Berlin Wall has always had multiple lives. Beyond its fall lies a story of proliferating borders and exclusions. “Berlin is not the same without a Wall,” said…


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Beyond the sensory art of sorting fruit

The Familiar Strange , September 8th, 2019


Sorting fruit may be a sensory art, and it is possible to get entirely lost in the aesthetics of skilful hands and the physicality of localised knowledge. But…


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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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Religion and politics in the US: How the Christian Right moves away from Jesus

Anthropology365 , July 12th, 2019


Along with an anthropology degree, I also completed a degree in philosophy with a focus on philosophy of religion. My primary interests in that are theodicies (excuses for…


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The Speaking Fence

Annastiina Kallius , January 22nd, 2018


The technological sophistication on the fence includes different structures, automatic lights, speakers and cameras. From the official Facebook page of the Hungarian government. Retrieved from ht…


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Introduction to “Maintaining Refuge”

Alexandra Frankel , June 16th, 2017


This introduction is part of the Maintaining Refuge series. The last few years have witnessed a rising tide of concern about a rising tide of refugees and migrants. As…


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#Brexit, Europe and Anthropology: time to say something

Sarah Green , July 1st, 2016


Brexit means trouble, that is for certain; what is less certain is what kind of trouble. Some might sympathise with the immediate response of Chris Gregory (ANU): “I…


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Hungarian Prime Minister Orbán’s xenophobia rejects the country’s multi-ethnic history

standplaatswereld , September 14th, 2015


By Pál Nyíri    My son and I have come to see the Hungarian State Folk Ensemble’s show An Evocation of Subcarpathia. According to the introduction to the venerable…


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