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in Nakon Si Thammarat

john hutnyk , October 6th, 2022


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“Saigon’s Penalscape: Interpreting Colonial Prisons in Vietnam” – first 50 Pdfs free

john hutnyk , September 20th, 2022


Your article, Saigon’s penalscape: interpreting colonial prisons in Vietnam, with Sophie Fuggle, is now published in Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, Volume 23 Issue 3 Have you used your free eprints yet?…


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Subhas gutted in HCMC (fire at 76 Hai Ba Trung, 1.7.2022)

john hutnyk , August 17th, 2022


July 1st, Ho Chi Minh City – 76 Hai Ba Trung – After a fire that started in an picture framing shop*, a large part of the house…


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Apocalyptic end times

john hutnyk , June 23rd, 2022


I have a hunch this place won’t last the decade – some sort of global cataclysm is in the offing, you can just tell. Yet despite prognostications of…


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Comparative Urbanism and who gets [funded to] compare

john hutnyk , May 30th, 2022


In the current conjuncture, with the increasingly complete capture of university research by corporate interests, only the alternative incorporation of research teams that start outside the universit…


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What Kenya’s Killer Cops Reveal About Police Culture

April Zhu , April 6th, 2022


On July 7, 2021, Nairobi residents marched to protest police brutality and harassment, particularly against poor people. The date also commemorates demonstrations against authoritarian rule that …


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Another Kind of Concrete – Koushik Banerjea

john hutnyk , March 1st, 2022


being ill is my excuse for catching up with novels, but I interrupt the stream of hackery to give a progress report on this as its the best…


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Thesis Review: Tasting Tea, Tasting China

kgraf , February 21st, 2022


Photograph: by the author – Cha xi design in Hengshan Temple event Tasting Tea, Tasting China: Tearooms and the Everyday Culture in Dalian. Yingkun Hou. Ph.D. Thesis in…


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Opium in HCMC

john hutnyk , September 27th, 2021


A lockdown post. Looking forward to continuing to explore the city one great meal at a time. Here are some of my notes on La Manufacture d’Opium, at…


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Urban Arena – a podcast about sustainable and just cities

Ian M. Cook , August 11th, 2021


Urban Arena – a podcast about sustainable and just cities Cities can play a crucial role in creating just and sustainable futures. Urban Arena is a series of…


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Kenyan Mothers Take on Police Violence

Wangui Kimari , August 5th, 2021


Lucy Wambui is a convenor of the Mothers of Victims and Survivors Network in Nairobi. Ed Ram I first met Sarah Wangari three weeks after her son Alex…


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Amazon Sidewalk Needs our Trust for its Security

S.A. Applin , July 16th, 2021


On June 8, 2021, Amazon deployed an “opt-in” way for people to enable the company to expand its private network into communities, creating infrastructure to peddle even more…


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#Fieldnotes: Dreams and Personal Pursuits in Seoul: Part II

James Bo Gyu Jang , July 8th, 2021


The partial biographies presented in this piece are situated as stoppages that mark generational experiences of structural change in South Korea. In Part I, I considered how biographies…


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How Many People Lived in the Angkor Empire?

Sarah Klassen and Alison Kyra Carter , June 2nd, 2021


This article was originally published at The Conversation and has been republished under Creative Commons. How big were the world’s ancient cities? At its height, the world’s first…


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A moral politics of blame

guestauth0r , May 17th, 2021


Modern municipal waste disposal is not limited to removal of garbage, but often involves a strategic churning out of unwanted people, and extreme events such as dump fires…


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Archaeology in the Ashes of Notre Dame

Maxime L’Héritier , April 15th, 2021


The Notre Dame fire was devastating but has opened the door to research on building materials now available for study. Aurélia Azéma/Laboratoire de Recherche des Monuments Historiques The…


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#Academicfictions: Nina was here

Clare Maxwell , February 17th, 2021


“Miss Nina, time to wake up! First bus leaves in half an hour!” Nina opened her eyes halfway, and nodded assent. “OK honey, I’ll check on you in…


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Thesis Review: Ethical Constellations of Muslim Food Practice in Mumbai

kgraf , January 15th, 2021


Photograph: coming soon I’m delighted to post this exciting PhD thesis review, which nicely complements the recently posted review of the book Food, Faith and Gender in South-east…


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Watch “Serampore & Denmark – A Living History by the Ganges” on YouTube

john hutnyk , October 8th, 2020


The bit where haunted buildings are mentioned strangely has the sound drop out, but there are some great things to explore still… and the drone and inserts could…


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Waterloo-Redfern and the Racism Rooted in Cities

Mayane Dore , September 15th, 2020


Who are cities designed for? Resolution Productions/Getty Images This June, a statue of Jefferson Davis, the president of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War, was…


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Do this. [Ban Cars – NYT].

john hutnyk , July 11th, 2020


I think something like this needs to be done for most cities. I mean, not just prepare an article like this, but implement versions of it. Would be…


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Unearthing the True Toll of the Tulsa Race Massacre

Megan Gannon , May 22nd, 2020


The Booker T. Washington High School parade processes along Greenwood Avenue in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Greenwood Cultural Center Just north of downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma, Greenwood once had one o…


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How Kings Created Angkor Wat—Then Lost It

Sarah Klassen and Damian Evans , May 14th, 2020


The impressive temples at Angkor Wat make it famous—but there is much more to the site. Vincent Gerbouin/Pexels Over a thousand years ago, the ancient Khmer civilization emerged…


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Searching for the Sources of Water Scarcity

Yasaswini Sampathkumar , May 13th, 2020


Residents in Mumbai collect water at a community tank. Kuni Takahashi/Getty Images Nikhil Anand, an environmental and urban anthropologist, grew up in Mumbai, India. In 2007, after studyi…


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