Tag: Rule of Law


Philipp Sarasin , November 18th, 2020

Corona hat die Grenzen des neoliberalen Wirtschafts- und Politikmodells schonungslos aufgezeigt: Das Gesundheitswesen kann nicht allein nach Profitabilitätskriterien organisiert werden, und um eine ti…

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#Reviews: Fires of Gold

Sophia Hoffinger , July 19th, 2020

As of 2019, Ghana is the country with the largest gold-mining industry in Africa, overtaking South Africa, after two South African gold mining companies shifted focus on the…


#Review: Sentiment, Reason and Law

Ivan Shmatko , July 10th, 2020

What if the police were not independent from political interests? What if various citizens and influential figures constantly intervened in officers’ decision-making, influencing the outcomes and ther…


Deborah A. Jones’ “Afterlives & Other Lives: Semiosis and History in 21st Century Ukraine”

| , May 14th, 2018

Page 99 of my dissertation falls toward the beginning of a monster chapter exploring my rural interlocutors’ fight for land rights, encounters with the legal system, and conceptions…

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Afghan Gender Policies & Humanitarian Carnival – Julie Billaud with Heath Cabot #REDUX

Heath Cabot , March 30th, 2017

Julie Billaud‘s first monograph, entitled « Kabul Carnival: Gender Politics in Postwar Afghanistan», came out in 2015 with the University of Pennsylvania Press, in its series The Ethnography…