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Cultural Value Of Food Among The Naskapi, Treena Orchard Dec 2000

Cultural Value Of Food Among The Naskapi, Treena Orchard

Dr. Treena Orchard

No abstract provided.


The Questionable Coloniality Of Certain Anti-Colonial Nationalist Rhetoric: Swahili Identity And The Displacement Of Neo-Colonial Subjects At The Coast Of Kenya, Jesse Benjamin Mar 2000

The Questionable Coloniality Of Certain Anti-Colonial Nationalist Rhetoric: Swahili Identity And The Displacement Of Neo-Colonial Subjects At The Coast Of Kenya, Jesse Benjamin

Jesse Benjamin

No abstract provided.


"Franco's Spain, Queer Nation?", Gema Pérez-Sánchez Dec 1999

"Franco's Spain, Queer Nation?", Gema Pérez-Sánchez

Gema Pérez-Sánchez

This Article discusses how, through its juridical apparatus, the Spanish dictatorship of Francisco Franco sought to define and to contain homosexuality, followed by examples of how underground queer activism contested homophobic laws. ... Part III illustrates the social and cultural legacy of queer activism against Francoist laws on homosexuality through an analysis of Eduardo Mendicutti's novel Una mala noche la tiene cualquiera Anyone Can Have A Bad Night and the young, urban culture, post-Franco context of supposed historical amnesia in which it was produced. ... As the power of Francoism and its institutions waned during the last years of the dictatorship ...


Recognizing Jewish Whiteness: Toward A Critical Mapping Of Racial Privilege In Jewish Communities, Jesse Benjamin Mar 1999

Recognizing Jewish Whiteness: Toward A Critical Mapping Of Racial Privilege In Jewish Communities, Jesse Benjamin

Jesse Benjamin

No abstract provided.


Walter Rodney's Historical Practice And The Politics Of Memory In East Africa, Jesse Benjamin Dec 1997

Walter Rodney's Historical Practice And The Politics Of Memory In East Africa, Jesse Benjamin

Jesse Benjamin

No abstract provided.


Walter Rodney Roundtable, Jesse Benjamin, Ali Mazrui, Horace Campbell, Dennis Canterbury, Peter Carlo Dec 1997

Walter Rodney Roundtable, Jesse Benjamin, Ali Mazrui, Horace Campbell, Dennis Canterbury, Peter Carlo

Jesse Benjamin

No abstract provided.


Anthropology And The Violence Of Representation: Engaging Multiculturalism: Repatriation Or Neo-Colonialism?, Jesse Benjamin Feb 1995

Anthropology And The Violence Of Representation: Engaging Multiculturalism: Repatriation Or Neo-Colonialism?, Jesse Benjamin

Jesse Benjamin

No abstract provided.


The Blondest Of The Blondes: National Socialist Paradigms For A New German Theatre, William Grange Dec 1994

The Blondest Of The Blondes: National Socialist Paradigms For A New German Theatre, William Grange

William Grange

The National Socialists encountered little resistance in their campaign to demolish the German theatre and to reassemble it along revolutionary lines when they took over the reigns of political control in 1933. They had since 1925 promised to reform German cultural institutions upon assuming power, and high on their list of priorities was the wholesale extirpation of “bastardized mestizoism” in culture with the aid of a state bureaucracy. Their guide in that effort was a cultural theory resembling many other Nazi doctrines, because it was formulated to give the National Socialist German Workers' Party a patina of intellectual legitimacy. Adolf ...


Way Up North In Dixie: A Black Family's Claim To The Confederate Anthem, Howard Sacks, Judith Sacks Dec 1992

Way Up North In Dixie: A Black Family's Claim To The Confederate Anthem, Howard Sacks, Judith Sacks

Howard Sacks

No abstract provided.