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Published: 01 January 2008
... GILBERT M. JOSEPH What We Now Know and Should Know Bringing Latin America More Meaningfully into Cold War Studies Few periods in Latin America’s history have been as violent, turbulent, and, some would argue, transformative as the half century that ran roughly...
Published: 08 February 1995
... 'Me know no law, me know no sin9: CHAPTER 1 transgressive identities and the voice of innocence: the historical context Me know no law, me know no sin Altho' a...
Published: 07 October 2016
...How We Know spill (n) a thin strip of wood or paper used for lighting a fire, candle, pipe, etc. once the sky was low. you could taste stars singeing your hair you if you walked around unthinking. once black holes were a literal liability for the living absentminded. once the ancestor...
Published: 01 January 2009
... 4 Stanley Fish I KNOW IT WHEN I SEE IT A Reply to Kiss and Euben In the preceding chapter, Elizabeth Kiss and Peter Euben offer an extended critique of my insistence (in several essays) that college and university teachers should hew to the line dividing academic...
Published: 16 September 2016
... of the world linked to the specific conditions of existence into coherent, potentially hegemonic political narratives. 4 What Subalterns Know [C]an modern theory be in opposition to the “spontaneous” feelings of the masses...
Published: 01 January 2017
... ecological damage even as they work against it? KNOWING WHAT WE KNOW, WHY ARE WE STUCK? 5 Political Ecologies of the Precarious In The Age of Stupid, Fanny Armstrong’s (2009) speculative documentary of a future in which climate change has...
Book: Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric, and the Practice of Theory in Literary & Legal Studies
Published: 08 May 1989
... 19. Critical Self-Consciousness, Or Can We Know What We're Doing? I In an essay entitled "The Construal of Reality," Stephen Toulmin announces as his thesis that "the doctrines of the natural sciences are critical interpretations of...
Published: 01 January 2002
...style avoiding a clearly deﬁned position ideologi- “The Last Truly British cally or spatially. Ultimately, Hartley makes a case People You Will Ever Know”: for breaking rules and opening up notions of community, nation, and homeland to follow the Skinheads, Pakis, richer and ever-changing...
Book: Imagined Globalization
Published: 07 March 2014
...four we don’t know what to call others Societies narrate their changes and conflicts, imagining myths and stereo- types among the groups, both native and migrant, that constitute them. They also convey this through cultural policies of citizenship. In order to say who belongs to a nation...
Published: 01 January 2007
...Chapter 4 DEPORTATION: THE OTHER POLITICS OF DIASPORA ‘‘What is an ocean between us? We know how to build bridges’’ There are, under our present immigration laws, numerous aliens who have been found to be deportable, many of whom...
Published: 21 November 2007
... Chapter 5. “Black Women Are Confusing, but the Hair Lets You Know” Perceiving the Boundaries of Dominicanidad As organic matter produced by physiological processes, human hair seems to be a natural aspect of the body. Yet hair is never...
Published: 09 August 2007
... 3 ‘‘I Know What I Am’’ Gender, Sexuality, and Identity ‘‘I am a woman of trans . . Tara pauses: ‘‘transAfrican experience she laughs. Later, while Nora is interviewing her on video, Tara says with more conﬁdence: ‘‘I am a...
Published: 12 October 2007
...2 Susan Murray I Know What You Did Last Summer: Sarah Michelle Gellar and Crossover Teen Stardom esides youth, does a thoughtful and powerful teenage vampire Bslayer have anything in common with a manipulative New York...
Published: 24 March 2011
... ≥ T THE HAVANA YOU DON’T KNOW Urban Music and the Late Socialist City This is the real Havana by night and I’m part of it, As you’re asleep I’ll have to tell you about it...
Published: 01 January 2017
... documents regimes, U.S. officials believe in their abilities to recognize a citizen. A documents regime in existence at the start of the twenty-first century for citizen claims of children born abroad of unmarried mothers and fathers relies as much on what the consular officials “know” about the parents as...
Published: 08 March 2013
... EIGHT HOW WE KNOW THAT THE POLICY MESS IS MANAGED BETTER Several years after the 2008 meltdown, a senior investment ofﬁcer of one of the largest pension systems felt compelled to ask: ‘‘What...
Published: 14 November 2002
... INTRODUCTION ‘‘It’s not right for a body to know his own origins’’ F Chinamen are made, not born, my dear. Out of junk-imports, lies, railroad scrap iron, dirty jokes, broken bottles, cigar smoke, Cosquilla Indian blood, wino...
Published: 25 February 2009
... Pre/face Little Did I Know What happens when you assume? You make an ass out of u and me. Old saw In the battle between good and evil we are winning. Button bought at a...
Published: 01 January 2003
... Elizabeth Catlett: Making What You Know Best BEVERLY GUY-SHEFTALL Art is, and always has been, One is immediately struck by the abundance and power of an expression of the historic female images in Grant Hill’s important collection of...
Published: 28 April 2014
...Black Women Are Confusing, but the Hair Lets You Know Ginetta Candelario A New York City hair salon became a research laboratory for Ginetta Candelario when she was gathering information for her book Black behind the Ears: Do- minican Racial Identity from Museums to Beauty Shops. This...