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Waste(d) Collectors
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Politics of Urban Exclusion in Mumbai

A matter of waste: shaping governance, people and cities of the global South.
Weaving Solidarity
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Weaving Solidarity

Decolonial Perspectives on Transnational Advocacy of and with the Mapuche

A critical discussion of the limitations and possibilities for international solidarity in dialogue with decolonial perspectives.
Resilience Stories
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Resilience Stories

Individualized Tales of a Metanarrative

A multidisciplinary approach to human resilience as a social and narrative construct.
Moves - Spaces - Places
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The Life Worlds of Jamaican Women in Montreal. An Ethnography

An empirically dense and intimate study of five impressive women who persistently pursue their personal paths and goals.
What Will Be Already Exists
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What Will Be Already Exists

Temporalities of Cold War Archives in East-Central Europe and Beyond

An analysis of the challenge of continuity, sustainability, and institutionalization of archives established by East European artists, how they survive and stay authentic in radically changed contexts.
The Wealthy, the Brilliant, the Few
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The Wealthy, the Brilliant, the Few

Elite Education in Contemporary American Discourse

Sophie Spieler explores elite education and its peculiar position in American cultural discourse, focusing particularly on the negotiation of merit.
Tuning up! – Innovative Potentials of Musikvermittlung
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Tuning up! – Innovative Potentials of Musikvermittlung
This anthology sheds light on the manifold innovative potentials of Musikvermittlung for current concert life, (higher) music education, research, and social life.
Post-Growth Geographies
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Post-Growth Geographies

Spatial Relations of Diverse and Alternative Economies

Post-Growth Geographies brings together for the first time current research on post-growth transformations in spatial science.
Bally - A History of Footwear in the Interwar Period
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Bally - A History of Footwear in the Interwar Period
In the 1930s, shoes became fashionable objects with wide consequences for design and industrial production. The history of modern footwear can be traced through the lens of Bally's corporate evolution.
Eurasia in the Making – Revival of the Silk Road
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Eurasia in the Making – Revival of the Silk Road

A Study on Cross-border Trade and Markets in Contemporary Uzbekistan

The trade-routes connecting Europe and East Asia have fascinated scholars, traders, and adventurers throughout the centuries. Although its modern incarnation may lack the romantic aura of the fabled »Silk Road«, the recent and rapid growth of private trade and commodity exchange has contributed significantly to a revival of the Silk-Road-trade. This takes the form of long-distance petty trade across the newly established borders of states that were formerly part of the Soviet Union as well as into other neighboring countries – including Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and China – but also India, Korea, Thailand, and Malaysia. A far-flung network of trading connections has been established and, at the time of the fieldwork, thousands of petty traders were carrying their goods with them in trucks, buses, and planes, traveling once more along the routes of the old Silk Road, largely unrecognized by governments and unnoticed by foreign economic advisors. The traders, however, transport patterns of consumerism, lifestyles, knowledge, beliefs, political visions, and so on with their material goods, and in this way transsocietation along the trading networks transforms local societies.
Like the old »Silk Road,« the modern version is an agglomeration of different routes with different starting points, running through Central Asia and connecting Asia and Europe; manifest evidence of the continuity in trading patterns on the Eurasian continent.
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