Tag: public space

There and back again

standplaatswereld , June 13th, 2022


by Shunita Gerritsen With a loud, blunt clonk the ferry arrives. The gate slowly comes down while the flashing lights and loud beeping alert the impatiently waiting passengers….


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Writing Life No. 12: An interview with Sienna Craig by Yana Stainova

Yana Stainova , May 27th, 2021


Image 1. Photo of Rauner Special Collections library at Dartmouth College, taken from the perspective of Sienna’s favorite table. Photo by Eli Burakian, 2014. Sienna Craig is a writer…


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Lettre à Madame la Maire

Nathalia Turincev , February 24th, 2021


Le 4 janvier 2021   English Version Madame la Maire,   Si je vous écris aujourd’hui, c’est pour vous faire part de ma tristesse, et de mon indignation….


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My body, my walk

standplaatswereld , November 17th, 2017


by Georgette Veerhuis Two weeks ago I was catcalled while I was making my way through Hull, a port town located in east Yorkshire. This prompted a reflexive…


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What’s in a Kiss?

Oguz Alyanak , October 27th, 2017


On a late October day in 2016, police detained 17 journalists in a raid on the Istanbul offices of Turkey’s oldest newspaper, Cumhuriyet, as part of the post-July…


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Education, Experience & Output: Sharing Neoliberalized Space

Scott Schwartz , February 8th, 2017


The City University of New York (CUNY) is the largest urban university system in the country and ranks alongside the California and New York State systems for total…


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The Anthropoliteia #BlackLivesMatterSyllabus Project, Week 5: Meg Stalcup and Charles Hahn on Technology, Surveillance, and Security

mstalcup , October 7th, 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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Occasional Paper 6: Destructivistas

Material World , September 13th, 2016


Joel Cahen (2012, revised 2016) With our present day awareness, the arts as we have known them up to now appear to us in general to be fakes…


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NEW! — Plácido Muñoz Morán: Writing on “Walking in Barcelona”

Focaal Web Editor , February 11th, 2016


The planning of fieldwork in anthropology is always shaped by a combination of expectation, uncertainty, and adventure. Before I began my own fieldwork in Barcelona in 2013, I…


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A refugee camp in the Netherlands as a public sphere

standplaatswereld , February 3rd, 2016


Bron: RTL Nieuws By Nynke van Dijck Some weeks ago there was a big storm in the Netherlands. ‘Code Orange’ was issued to tell people to be careful…


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Open doors in Paris: when the private becomes public

standplaatswereld , December 14th, 2015


sebastiendubey.com by Lucrezia Giordano Home is the private space par excellence. It is a place where people can develop their own micro-society, based on the relationship with a…


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Site and Motion of Graffiti

Carrie Ida Edinger , September 2nd, 2015


Graffiti is part of public visual culture that can represent a political stance or serve as an art form. An Anthropological documentation in a specific geographic site and…


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Unravelling Goliath

mstalcup , June 15th, 2015


The editors of Anthropoliteia welcome Christopher Gaffney with a commentary on the current crisis at FIFA and its implications “Unfair Players” Photo by Christopher Gaffney CC BY-NC-PSA 4….


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