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Technologies of Equal Participation: Formats, Designs, Practices. Introduction.

Svetlana Borodina , May 17th, 2022


This browser does not support HTML5 audio Listen to an audio recording of this piece read by Svetlana Borodina Photo by Gareth David on Unsplash Only tod…


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Reactions and Ruptures: Ethnographies of Nuclear Life

Timothy Neale , February 1st, 2022


Recording of Reactions and Ruptures This browser does not support HTML5 audio In one sense, nuclear materials direct our attention to the vibrancy and reactivity…


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Fetishes or Cyborgs? Religion as technology in the Afro-Atlantic space

Giovanna Capponi , October 12th, 2021


(Editor’s Note: This blog post is part of the Thematic Series Data Swarms Revisited) Exú, the trickster god, Axé Ilé Oba – São Paulo (photo by Giovanna Capponi)…


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On Drones and Ectoplasms: Breath of Gaia

Angeliki Malakasioti , August 19th, 2021


(Editor’s Note: This blog post is part of the Thematic Series Data Swarms Revisited) Painting form the art project On Drones and Ectoplasms: Breath of Gaia. ©Angeliki Malakasioti…


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Swarming Syphilis: On the Reality of Data

Eduardo Zanella , June 8th, 2021


(Editor’s Note: This blog post is part of the Thematic Series Data Swarms Revisited) Treponema pallidum spirochetes under microscope using a modified Steiner silver stain. Obtained from the…


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Multiple Modes of Being Human

Johannes Schick , May 11th, 2021


(Editor’s Note: This blog post is part of the Thematic Series Data Swarms Revisited) Evolution (photo by and copyright of Oliver Berger) In the last couple of years,…


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Angelology and Technoscience

Massimiliano Simons , May 5th, 2021


(Editor’s Note: This blog post is part of the Thematic Series Data Swarms Revisited) Scene of angels at Karlskirche, Vienna, Austria (Photo by Lukas Meier on Unsplash) The…


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Data Swarms Revisited – New Modes of Being

Christoph Lange , March 2nd, 2021


Editor’s Note: The new Platypus Thematic Series entitled “Data Swarms Revisited” will feature posts form computer science, philosophy and anthropology and connect to the Thematic Series Anthropos Tomo…


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Human as the Ultimate Authority in Control

Anna Lukina , March 2nd, 2021


Illustration of algorithmically simulated flocking behavior (2021, created by Anna Lukina) With the growing size of historical data available to researchers and industrial practitioners, developing al…


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Un espejo donde reflejarnos

anthropologies , November 17th, 2020


Una de las cuestiones que más me inquietan de la juventud son los referentes de éxito que manejan, ya que esos referentes son los espejos en los que…


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“Would You Come With Me to the Line?”: Lawfare and Legal Accompaniment at the US-Mexico Border

randiirwin , September 16th, 2020


Between July 2015 and July 2018, when I did ethnographic fieldwork on the politics of care, hospitality…


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Waiting for LGBTQI+ Asylum Seekers in Germany: A Form of State Control and Resistance

randiirwin , September 16th, 2020


Since 2016, the European Union has made efforts to streamline and simplify the administrative procedure for international refugee protection…


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Restricting and Shaping Women’s International Migrations from Indonesia

randiirwin , September 16th, 2020


ases of abuse and violence against Indonesian migrant domestic workers abroad regularly make headlines nationally and internationally…


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Business as Usual in the DR Congo: Patriarchy, Authoritarianism, and Global Complicity

randiirwin , September 16th, 2020


“In much of Africa, ‘wife’ is a four-letter word,” writes Oyèrónkẹ́ Oyèwùmí (2000: 1096, emphasis in original). “[Instead] Mother…


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Editorial Introduction: Migration, Mobility, and Displacement

randiirwin , September 16th, 2020


On the Gender and the Sexual Politics of Contemporary Patriarchal Ethnonationalist Authoritarianism by María Lis Baiocchi – On March 23rd, 2019, the state of Texas banned…


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The Specter of Gender Discrimination in the Removal of Kashmir’s Autonomy

randiirwin , September 2nd, 2020


On August 5, 2019, the quasi-autonomy of Indian administered Kashmir was removed militarily without consulting the Kashmiri legislature or the people. This move was as illegal (Parthasathy 2019)…


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Kashmiri Goats, Imaginaries of Freedom, and the Planetary Pandemic

randiirwin , September 2nd, 2020


Weeks after governments around the world imposed travel restrictions and quarantine orders that removed humans from typically busy markets, roads, and…


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Social Contract and Its Discordance in Gilgit-Baltistan

randiirwin , August 25th, 2020


By: Aziz Ali Dad This piece is part of APLA’s newest Speaking Justice to Power Series, which focuses on Kashmir … More


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Laughter and leaked memos: debating state violence at a Kashmiri baker’s shop

randiirwin , August 25th, 2020


A few days before India imposed a curfew and a communication blockade in Kashmir on August 5, 2019,[1] I left the region with a sense of foreboding…


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Insecurity on Both Sides of the Line of Control

randiirwin , August 14th, 2020


Although Prime Minister Modi’s revocation of Article 35A and Kashmir’s Special Status on August 5, 2019 has…


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“The Kashmirization of India”: Comparison, Solidarity, and “Paranoid” Reading

randiirwin , August 14th, 2020


What happens when the state of…


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Chicaneries of Power and Subterfuge:

randiirwin , August 5th, 2020


On August 5 and 6, 2019, the Union Government of India unilaterally revoked the special status accorded to India’s only Muslim majority state of Jammu and Kashmir…


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Bollywood and the Banality of Militarization

randiirwin , August 5th, 2020


On August 5, 2019, the Parliament of India unilaterally rescinded Article 370 of the Indian Constitution granting relative autonomy to the state…


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Care of the Land: Sovereignty and Stewardship

randiirwin , July 31st, 2020


The removal of Article 370 also stripped away Article 35A, that recognized the permanent residents (“state subjects”) of Jammu and Kashmir…


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