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751. Publications & Writing
752. Publications & Writing
Written by 2001 IDRF Fellow Maxim Waldstein, this book examines the history of Yuri Lotman’s Tartu (or Moscow-Tartu) School of Semiotics, which was active in the Soviet Union in the 1960s-1980s. Combining a comparative perspective on the Tartu paradigm with close attention to i…
753. Publications & Writing
The Strange Life of Lusotropicalism in Luanda: On Race, Class, Nationality, Gender, and Sexuality in the Black Atlantic.
Publication by DPDF 2007 Black Atlantic Studies Fellow Jessica Krug.
754. Publications & Writing
Article authored by 2008 Animal Studies Fellow Colter Ellis. Social studies of agriculture tend to overlook the micro and symbolic interactions that structure relationships among agriculturalists, the environment, and animals raised as commodities. In this study, I use ethnograph…
755. Publications & Writing
Analysts usually identify two United Nations, one composed of member states and a second composed of the secretariats. A third UN should also be recognized, composed of actors that are closely associated with the world organization but not formally part of it. This “outside-ins…
756. Publications & Writing
The University of Lubumbashi in the Democratic Republic of Congo was one of four case studies explored in SSRC Africa Program’s project "The Public Roles of African Universities: Higher Education during Socio-Political Transitions." This volume is a result of the research condu…
757. Publications & Writing
Sponsored by the Joint Committee on South Asia. Buy from Amazon.
758. Publications & Writing
Over the last ten years, the Democratic Republic of Congo has witnessed an extraordinary number of attempts by both regional and international actors to solve what is considered Africa's largest conflict. As we are about to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Lusaka Ceasefire…
759. Publications & Writing
760. Publications & Writing
Publication by DPDF 2007 "Visual Culture" Fellow Brian Jacobson. This essay situates the development of early ‘glass house’ film studios in the history of nineteenth‐century glass‐and‐iron architecture. It focuses on Georges Méliès’s first studio (built in 1897) a…