Tag: Othering

Rassismus gegen Weiße? Für eine Osterweiterung der deutschen Rassismusdebatte

Jannis Panagiotidis , February 23rd, 2022


Rassismus ist nicht nur eine Frage der Hautfarbe und erschöpft sich nicht in Dichotomien. Wer den deutschen Rassismus verstehen möchte, darf das östliche Europa nicht vergessen.


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Ten Treasures (and a Bonus): A Selection of Anthropological Gems You Might Have Missed from the Past Few Years

Alma Gottlieb , January 26th, 2022


I began interviewing authors of fabulous new anthropology books for this space back in 2016. While completing 11 interviews, I also amassed a backlog of more terrific books…


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Can the African Subaltern Speak?: Kontinuität kolonialer Macht- und Herrschaftsstrukturen

Die Redaktion , May 11th, 2020


von Robel Afeworki Abay Sorge um Afrika: alter Wein in neuen Schläuchen? Die rasche Ausbreitung der COVID-19-Pandemie, die der Weltgesundheitsorganisation (WHO) zufolge als eine der größten globalen G…


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Demaskiert: Covid-19 und die kulturelle Dimension der Debatten um die Maskenpflicht

Julia Hauser , April 8th, 2020


Im Kontext der Corona-Pandemie wird debattiert, ob der Gebrauch von Masken dazu beitragen könnte, die Verbreitung des Virus einzudämmen. Wenig beachtet wird, dass diese Kontroverse ihre Wurzeln im…


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Hanau: Wir und die Anderen

urmila , February 22nd, 2020


Vielleicht ist das der Moment, den Blog anders deutsch wiederzubeleben. Der Moment, in dem ich ganz stark das Gefühl bekomme anders zu sein. In der Berichterstattung zum rechten…


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Hanau: Wir und die Anderen

urmila , February 22nd, 2020


Vielleicht ist das der Moment, den Blog anders deutsch wiederzubeleben. Der Moment, in dem ich ganz stark das Gefühl bekomme anders zu sein. In der Berichterstattung zum rechten…


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»Wo Strukturen existieren, die Othering begünstigen« – Islam-Darstellungen in evangelischen und katholischen Schulbüchern

Christoph Wagenseil , October 24th, 2019


Janosch Freuding, 1987 in Füssen geboren, studierte Germanistik, Katholische Theologie und Islamwissenschaften in Augsburg und Bamberg. Nach einem Austauschjahr an der Universität Izmir initiierte er …


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The Colour of Coffee: Racism, Gender and Coffee Consumption in 19th Century Algeria

Nina Studer , September 25th, 2019


Today, coffee is consumed everywhere in the world. Despite its neo-colonial forms of production, it is a drink which brings people together, but the consumption of coffee in…


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Top Articles of 2018

Alexandra Frankel , December 17th, 2018


As the year winds down, Anthropology News rounds up our most popular articles of 2018. From critical reflections on the discipline and experiences of it, to grappling with…


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Do All African Immigrants Arrive Sick, Desperate, and Empty-Handed on the Shores of Europe? Ask Pamela Feldman-Savelsberg!

Alma Gottlieb , August 13th, 2017


The lives, status, and image of immigrants may constitute the single-most urgent human issue of our time.  In an arresting and captivating new study of Cameroonian mothers now…


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An Anthropologist at the Women’s March on Washington, Part 2: The Posters

Alma Gottlieb , March 1st, 2017


  Photo by Alma Gottlieb   Women (and some men) with signs, as far as the eye could see. In my first post about the Women’s March of…


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An Anthropologist at the Women’s March on Washington, Part 1: Finding Communitas, Feminist Style

Alma Gottlieb , January 23rd, 2017


(photo by Alma Gottlieb) The doors of our metro car opened and closed, opened and closed with increasingly alarming dysfunction.  On any other day, the many more dozens…


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The Anthropoliteia #BlackLivesMatter Syllabus Project, Week 11: Jaime Alves “On the right and duty to change the world”

smulla16 , November 22nd, 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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An Open Letter to My Grandchildren

Alma Gottlieb , November 9th, 2016


Dear Dean and Mona,   At four years old and ten months old, you are both too young to understand why the grown-ups around you keep talking about…


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An Open Letter to My Children

Alma Gottlieb , November 9th, 2016


Dear Nathaniel and Hannah, I am sorry that my generation has failed you. We have bequeathed you a world that has too many problems, too much fear, and too much…


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Fabulous Art from Abandoned Flip-flops

Alma Gottlieb , June 1st, 2015


Cleaning up beach waste in the form of abandoned rubber flip-flops . . . recycling landfill-able castoffs . . . training low-income men and women in job skills and…


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Why Not “Je Suis Lassana”?

Alma Gottlieb , February 1st, 2015


Much of the Western world has expressed solidarity with the right to publish offensive cartoons by identifying with the cartoonists at the iconoclastic weekly, Charlie Hebdo, who were…


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