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Russel Kaschula on his book, Language, Identities and Intercultural Communication in South Africa

| , January 31st, 2022


Interview by Jennifer Cox https://www.routledge.com/Languages-Identities-and-Intercultural-Communication-in-South-Africa-and/Kaschula/p/book/9780367364359 Jennifer Cox: Your book fo…


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Saurabh Dube. Post/de/colonial.

john hutnyk , May 26th, 2021


This is an actual event – by which I mean an important discussion that makes important moves, negotiates languages and ambiguities of the decolonial/postcolonial/colonial. There is good material…


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Writing Life No. 10: An interview with Sebastjan Vörös by Mareike Smolka

Mareike Smolka , May 13th, 2021


Figure 1: Sebastjan’s philosophy notebook and writing space in Ljubljana, Slovenia “Curiously, our letters turned out to be not a mere sum of (theoretically discrete) elements but a…


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Letters

john hutnyk , April 17th, 2021


Die Komödie des Despotismus, die mit uns aufgeführt wird … Der Staat ist ein zu ernstes Ding, um zu einer Harlekinade gemacht zu werden. Man könnte vielleicht ein…


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Sensing the Translation: Language and Medico-Legal Enactments of Expertise in Occupational Diseases Lawsuits in Turkey

Zeynel Gul , February 8th, 2021


When: 12 February 2021 / 2-3.30 pm CET Link: https://zoom.us/j/93210372616pwd=dTZZ… ID: 93210372616 Password: 4JzWZ6   Abstract This paper examines how expert witness reports use the gramm…


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Ryazanov

john hutnyk , January 31st, 2021


Writing to a friend I fell down the Stalin rabbit-hole. It started off reasonably for a sunday evening, thinking, because of some translation work I am doing, that…


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Reading/Translating Capital Yet Again

john hutnyk , January 27th, 2021


Historical Materialists presents a webinar on: “Reading/Translating Capital Yet Again” Speaker: John Hutnyk Faculty, Ton Duc Thang University, Vietnam Moderator: Abhijit RoyFaculty, Jadavp…


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FLP: Announcing the upcoming release of the Selected Works of Mao Zedong Vol. IX – Redspark

john hutnyk , December 27th, 2020


https://www.redspark.nu/en/theory/flp-announcing-the-upcoming-release-of-the-selected-works-of-mao-zedong-vol-ix/ This is how to do an announcement!. It is well worth reading for both what it says abo…


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I Suddenly Thought of Your Face

Guest Contributor , June 2nd, 2020


[Bricoleur is the pen name of an anthropologist and blogger who also goes by the pseudonym, Ma De-wa. A frequent contributor to the anthropology group blog published in…


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Domesday’s eastern roots.

john hutnyk , May 9th, 2020


It seems like that old “goodness gracious me” sketch about the funny uncle that was claiming everything in Britain was ‘Indian’ was, – yup, Indian – accurate after…


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Symbolic confusion and how to flirt with emoji 💋😕

Alex D'Aloia , April 12th, 2020


A couple of years ago, I started flirting with people online. Pretty much everyone. In nearly every conversation. I didn’t mean to, and I didn’t start it. But…


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The model for teaching at TDTU – in collaboration with Đỗ Thị Xuân Hương and Võ Nguyễn Thiện Phúc

john hutnyk , November 22nd, 2019


A somewhat random video made to explain a model of teaching for a class on Capital and Anthropology/Mapping at Ton Duc Thang University, Faculty of Social Sciences and…


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Going Native…In Other Words

Chelsea Horton , September 19th, 2019


The “Going Native” cartoon for this issue of Anthropology News was an exercise in celebration of the International Year of Indigenous Languages, personal discovery, and reverse linguistic imperialism…


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Language Lessons

Chelsea Horton , September 19th, 2019


A documentary film shows the challenges faced by Soli children as they learn in a language that is not their own. But does the future have to be…


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Inmaculada García-Sánchez on her Annual Review article

| , April 29th, 2019


Kids in the middle Recognizing the important role of children as cultural translators By Kendall Powell 04.02.2019 Originally published: https://www.knowablemagazine.org/article/society/2019/kids-mid…


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Feature Essay: The Case of Brexit, Expertise and Linguaphobia: Cosmopolitanism, Language and the Politics of Value by Sarah Burton

Rose Deller , December 11th, 2018


In this feature essay, The Case of Brexit, Expertise and Linguaphobia: Cosmopolitanism, Language and the Politics of Value, Sarah Burton argues that the heightened expression of antipathy towards lang…


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Language politics and the French “Master” degree

eli , January 23rd, 2017


I’m planning on writing more about French higher education policy in the next few years, since even after my dissertation there’s a lot to learn. For instance, there’s…


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Dijon vous craignez

eli , January 4th, 2017


I’ve been working on a paper about the failure of left-wing internationalism at the “European counter-summits” (at least the two that I was able to observe in 2010 and 2011),…


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From self-identified ‘Turkish migrants’ to ‘Kurdish Diaspora’ in London #newtonloss

Ipek Demir , November 30th, 2016


Loss and its relationship to translation and incommensurability have been central features of my work. My interdisciplinary PhD (Social and Political Thought, Sussex) and Post-doc (HPS, Cambridge) exa…


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He doesn’t hold back his criticism

eli , May 27th, 2016


I was looking at one of my interviews with philosophy professors and was struck by this little explanation of why he had not picked someone as his dissertation supervisor (directeur in…


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Introduction: “Translating Vitalities: Spacecraft(ing)” by Judith Farquhar

Judith Farquhar , March 21st, 2016


Medical practice treats the body as an active field. Growth, pathology, healing, immune response, digestion, atrophy, arousal, pain, panic – none of these organic processes is stable, fixed,…


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The Kutai Inscriptions – Introduction

A. J. West , November 26th, 2015


     The earliest inscriptions from Indo-Malaysia are generally considered to be the Kutai inscriptions from eastern Borneo (now a national park), dated on stylistic grounds to the fourth…


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The Kutai Inscriptions – Introduction

A. J. West , November 26th, 2015


     The earliest inscriptions from Indo-Malaysia are generally considered to be the Kutai inscriptions from eastern Borneo (now a national park), dated on stylistic grounds to the fourth…


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The Kutai Inscriptions – Introduction

A. J. West , November 26th, 2015


     The earliest inscriptions from Indo-Malaysia are generally considered to be the Kutai inscriptions from eastern Borneo (now a national park), dated on stylistic grounds to the fourth…


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