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Latest publications:
Rewriting the Trujillato: Collective Trauma, Alternative History, and the Nature of Dictatorship

This article examines four texts that tackle the era of Dominican dictator Trujillo. It focuses on how these texts highlight the process of turning collective trauma into an alternative history.

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Published online: August 29, 2016

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Joseph Michael Gandy: Architectural Solutions to the Political Crisis of the Early Nineteenth-century Britain

Architect Joseph Michael Gandy (1771-1843) proposed architectural solutions to the national crisis of rural enclosures. This article examines those solutions in conjunction with the social reform literature of the day.

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Published online: July 14, 2016

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The Search for Spiritual Inwardness in Modern Society: Zong Baihua’s (1897-1986) Aesthetic Vision in the 1920s and 1930s

This article examines how the two Chinese thinkers Zong Baihua (1897-1986) and Feng Zhi (1905-1993) responded to the perils of modernity utilizing the German idea of inwardness and Confucian values.

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Published online: July 1, 2016

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“Silenced Memory” and “The Eye That Cries”: The On-going Narrative of “Dos Demonios” in Guatemala and Peru

Economic, social, and cultural rights are not recognized as human rights in Guatemala and Peru although this expansion of human rights has become constitutional language in other Latin American nations.

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Published online: April 18, 2016

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The Resilience of West Sumatran Women: Historical, Social, and Cultural Impacts

This paper discusses resilience among women affected by anti-Communist violence in Indonesia from 1965-66. Based on ethnographic research, the impact of historical events on the formation of resilience is examined.

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Published online: February 19, 2016

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Reproduction and Transformation of Dalit Discrimination in Contemporary India

This study clarifies how relationships are negotiated between the perpetuators and victims of discrimination in contemporary India, focusing on daily life at both the structural and practice levels.

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Published online: February 19, 2016

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The Burmese Hip Hop Movement

This paper provides an analysis of political Hip Hop group, Generation Wave, and its use of the Internet, social media, and Hip Hop to maintain the pro-democracy movement in Burma.

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Published online: February 19, 2016

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Traditional Authority in Twenty-first Century Canada: Constitutional Monarchy in Post-modern Societies?

This is an analysis of traditional authority and legal rational authority in the governance of contemporary society. Can traditional authority co-exist with legal rational authority in an industrial scientific society?

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Published online: February 19, 2016

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The International Journal of Civic, Political, and Community Studies , Volume 14, Issue 2, June 2016

Issue: Electronic

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Issue: Print [Authors Only]

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Issue: Print

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Reclaiming Religion: Why Empire Cannot Be Sustained

I use Heidegger’s conception of art to illustrate how the idolatrous neoliberal-inspired Empire will inevitably fragment.

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Published online: November 9, 2015

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