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Ep# 86: The Funging the Non-Fungible & The Changing Face of Protests: This Month on TFS

The Familiar Strange , February 20th, 2022


The Familiar Strange · Ep# 86- The Funging The Non – Fungible & The Changing Face Of Protests- This Month On TFS Welcome back to The Familiar Strange!…


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Jahresrückblick – Publikationen am Institut Teil 1

Blog des Institut für Europäische Ethnologie , December 6th, 2021


Geschätzte Lesedauer: < 1 Minute Ein Dialog zwischen Cornelia Dlabaja und Christian Elster Zum Jahresausklang stellen Mitarbeiter:innen des Instituts in einer dreiteiligen Videoreihe Publikatio…


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Radiobeitrag: Wir protestieren!

Blog des Institut für Europäische Ethnologie , July 12th, 2021


Auf den Spuren aktueller und historischer Protestlieder. In dieser Sondersendung beim Freien Radio Salzkammergut berichtet Maren Sacherer, Studierende der Europäischen Ethnologie über die Online-A…


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Marjorie Mandelstam Balzer: Siberia, Protest and Politics: Shaman Alexander in Danger

focaal_admin , June 21st, 2021


In 2021 a modest long-haired Sakha man named Alexander Gabyshev was arrested at his family compound on the outskirts of Yakutsk in an unprecedented for Sakha Republic (Yakutia)…


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Ehrensache Klima: Wir protestieren (auch) in der Pandemie.

Gastautor*in , May 18th, 2021


Ein Beitrag von Jasmin Sina zum Projekt „Bonndemic. Urbane Kulturen in und nach der Pandemie“. Wir gehen langsamer und kommen direkt vor dem Beethoven-Gymnasium zum Stehen. Vor der…


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Gesichtsverlust 3.0

Wolfgang Behr , April 18th, 2021


Gesichtserkennungstechnologien werden in unserem Alltag immer präsenter, aber nirgendwo werden sie so vielfältig eingesetzt wie in Xi Jinpings China. Bequem in vielen Alltagssituationen, aber bedrohli…


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„Wer hat denn hier vor wem eigentlich Angst?“ – „Stimmen aus Belarus“ über Repressionen an den Universitäten

Nina Weller , January 13th, 2021


In Belarus wird die Repression auch an den Universitäten immer massiver. „Stimmen aus Belarus“, eine Initiative auf Facebook, haben die Protokolle von Historiker:innen veröffentlicht, die ihre Repress…


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Mobilizing Cemeteries, Representing Ancestors: The Infrastructure of Protest and the Anti-Petroleum Complex Movement in Pengerang, Malaysia

Chun-Yu (Jo Ann) Wang , December 15th, 2020


Resisting the “Rotterdam Port of the East” In 2011, the prime minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak, and the CEO of the national oil company Petronas, Shamsul Azhar Abbas,…


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Atmospheres of change

Siri Schwabe , October 22nd, 2020


This month, Chileans will decide whether to set in motion a process to change the country’s dictatorship-era constitution while marking a year since the beginning of a popular…


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STS and Electoral Politics

Baird Campbell , August 18th, 2020


In the context of the upcoming US presidential election and increasing evidence of the importance of voting infrastructure, this week we revisit past posts that highlight the key…


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Guest Post: How Can We Learn When We Have No Future?: Schools Strikes, Social Transformations, and the Possibility of Good Relations during Climate Emergency [Embodying Reciprocity Series]

Footnotes Editor , July 8th, 2020


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest post by Susannah Crockford. This post is a part of the Embodying Reciprocity series. Susannah Cr…


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Guest Post: How Can We Learn When We Have No Future?: Schools Strikes, Social Transformations, and the Possibility of Good Relations during Climate Emergency [Embodying Reciprocity Series]

footnotes , July 8th, 2020


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest post by Susannah Crockford. This post is a part of the Embodying Reciprocity series. Susannah Crockford is a post-doctoral researcher at Ghent…


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Mixed Messages: COVID-19, a Cartoon Heroine, and Violence Against Women in Mexico (#WitnessingCorona)

Jenny Rosenberg , July 6th, 2020


Hide Press Release (4 Less Words) Catherine J. Letcher Lazo   One of the gendered impacts of COVID-19 is the surge of violence against women and girls (VAWG)…


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Guest Series: Embodying Reciprocity: Relationality and Redistribution in the Practice of Anthropology

Footnotes Editor , June 24th, 2020


[Footnotes is excited to present a guest series edited by Schuyler Marquez, who has also authored this introduction. Schuyler Marquez’s work focuses on bringing classical anthropological questions on…


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In Solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter and Call for Dismantling Structural Racism in Germany: Public Statement Issued by the Working Group Public Anthropology, German Anthropological Association

Jenny Rosenberg , June 23rd, 2020


BlackLivesMatter Protest in Berlin Alexanderplatz on 6 June 2020. Copyright: Nasima Selim.   Drafted on 6 June 2020   Follow us on Twitter @AGPublicAnthro and Facebook In the…


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Scattered Thoughts in a Crisis

Anthropology365 , June 5th, 2020


The world has taken notice that the United States of America is in crisis. In solidarity with the plight of Black Americans, protests have cropped up in many…


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Cowboys and Coronavirus: Protesting Covid-19 in ‘The Land of the Free’

Rebecca_Irons , May 21st, 2020


ROSIE MATHERS Over the last couple of weeks protests have broken out across America against lockdown measures imposed to reduce the spread and contraction of Covid-19. Rallies across…


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The Chaos of Asynchronous Grief

S.A. Applin , May 15th, 2020


  Spoiler: I hate to say it, but Americans have only begun the five stages of grief, and we aren’t all going through it in the same way…


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#Afterlives: Shaheen Bagh and the Force of Foundation

Chris Moffat , May 12th, 2020


February 2020. The pedestrian overpass is covered in banners. Crossing its elevated walkway, only flashes of the sky can be glimpsed through the hanging tarp, cloth and card,…


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New Book: Andreas Malm’s, How to Blow Up a Pipeline

jeremy schmidt , March 10th, 2020


Latest from Andreas Malm moves from his initial work in history (Fossil Capital), to the polemical conceptual book (Progress of this Storm) to a call for civil disobedience….


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Review: Gandhi’s Search for the Perfect Diet

dsutton20 , January 30th, 2020


Nico Slate. Gandhi’s Search for the Perfect Diet: Eating with the World in Mind. University of Washington Press. Seattle: 2019. 237 pp. ISBN 9780295744957 (hardcover: alk. paper.) Richard…


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Hongkongs Proteste, postkolonial

Robert Kramm , January 8th, 2020


Die Hongkonger Proteste sorgen weltweit für Aufmerksamkeit. Vollkommen zu Recht, veranschaulichen sie doch grundsätzliche Themen sowie Konfliktlinien vieler kapitalistischer Gesellschaften. Gleichzeit…


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Braderie op de Dam

standplaatswereld , December 20th, 2019


In het kader van de actie ‘Boer Burger Brunch’ stonden er afgelopen 13 december 28 trekkers op de Dam. Doel van dit boerenprotest: het gesprek aangaan met de…


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Before They Erase It: Memory and the social media archive

Nell Haynes , November 13th, 2019


Disponible en español aquí. This afternoon, I began to notice increasingly alarming images, posts, and tweets from my interlocutors in Santiago. It appeared that Santiago was on fire,…


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