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Wider die „Culturbrille“ – Versuch, Hartmut Böhmes „Perspektiven der Kulturwissenschaft“ auszuweiten

as a Paradigm for Anthropology. In: Ethos 18/1, S. 5-47. Dießelmann, Anna-Lena (2014): Menschen und Tiere – Vom Verschwimmen einer ehemals stabilen Opposition In: Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaften [Themenheft] Vorstellungskraft. Hrsg. von Siegfried Mattl und Christian Schulte 2 (2014), S. 45-70. Eisenstadt, S. N. (2000): Multiple Modernities. In: Daedalus 129/1, S. 1-29. Fabian, Johannes (2001): Im Tropenfieber. Wissenschaft und Wahn in der Erforschung Zentralafrikas. München: Beck. Fabian, Johannes (1983): Time and the Other. How

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What Happened to Andres Lapeteus? An Upper-Class Homo Sovieticus Caught in the Gears of Soviet Modernity

_clanky.html&typ=HTML (4 June 2014). Hoffmann, David L. 2000. ‘European Modernity and Soviet Socialism’. - David L. Hoffmann, Yanni Kotsonis (eds.), Russian Modernity: Politics, Knowledge, Practices. London: Macmillan Press; New York: St. Martin’s Press, 245-260. Hruštšov, Nikita 1957. ‘Kirjandus ja kunst olgu tihedalt seotud rahva eluga’. - Rahva Hääl, 30 August. Каменский, Александр 1989. Романтический монтаж. Москва: Советский художник. Koppel, Margit-Mariann 1998. ‘KGB hammasrataste vahel - Heino Mandri’. - Teater

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Instrumentality of Questions Asked as a Practical Competence Instructed by Schools and Mass Media

Bennewicz, Warszawa (Warsaw). CHŁOPECKI J. (2002), Świat fabuły i świat akcji (The World of Narration and The World of Action) [in:] G. Kurczewski (ed.), Meandry tradycji, zakręty ponowoczesności (Meanders of Tradition, The Crossroads of Post-Modernity), Wydawnictwo WSIiZ, Rzeszów. DEMBKOWSKI S., ELDRIDGE F., HUNTER I. (2014), Coaching kadry kierowniczej (Coaching for the Managerial Staff), Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN, Warszawa (Warsaw). GOBAN-KLAS T. (2015), Media i komunikowanie masowe (Mass media and Mass Communication, PWN, Warszawa (Warsaw

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The Kardashian Moment: Hashtag, Selfie and the Broken Internet

References AMERIKA M. (1997), Hypertext Consciousness [online: December 1, 2019], http://www.cyberartsweb.org/cpace/111/htc/mtv.html ; BARLOW J. P. (1996), A cyberspace independence declaration. [online: December 1, 2019], http://www.samizdat.com ; BAUMAN Z. (2000), Liquid Modernity, Cambidge, Blackwell Publishing; BERNERS-LEE, TIM (2019), The World Wide Web Turns 30 Today. Here’s How Its Inventor Thinks We Can Fix It[online: December 1, 2019], https://time.com/5549635/tim-berners-lee-interview-web/ ; CASTELLS M. (2012

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Vom Schwarz-Weiß-Kontrast zur dividuellen Kompositkultur

afroenglische Kulturwissenschaftler Paul Gilroy in seiner einflussreichen Schrift The Black Atlantic (1993) Paul Gilroy, The Black Atlantic. Modernity and Double Consciousness, London/New York: Verso, 1993. just dem Schwarzen (und karibischen) Diskurs vor, auf der Suche nach Authentizität seine Verflechtung mit den Weißen Diskursen zu übersehen und deren Bedeutung für die eigene Konstitution zu verkennen. Nicht nur nähmen Weiße Theoretiker*innen in der Regel Schwarze Diskurse nicht wahr; auch Schwarze leugneten gelegentlich den Tribut, den sie Weißen symbolischen

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Prekäre Natur – Schauplätze ökologischen Erzählens zwischen 1840 und 1915 ll Eine Forschungsskizze ll.

-)finden. Wissensfabrikation zwischen Geschichte und Gedächtnis Nell Werner Weiland Marc (Hgg.) Imaginäre Dörfer. Zur Wiederkehr des Dörflichen in Literatur, Film und Lebenswelt Bielefeld transcript 53 80 Locher, Fabien/Fressoz, Jean-Baptiste (2012): Modernity’s Frail Climate: A Climate History of Environmental Reflexivity. In: Critical Inquiry 38/3, S. 579–598. Locher Fabien Fressoz Jean-Baptiste 2012 Modernity’s Frail Climate: A Climate History of Environmental Reflexivity Critical Inquiry 38 3 579 598 Malm, Andreas (2018): The Progress of

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Forced Entanglements: Stories of Expulsion, Sovereign Power and Bare Life

Exception and Bare Life: Giorgio Agamben’s Homo Sacer Giorgio Agamben’s Homo Sacer identifies the legally and socially dispossessed as a central hinge in the constitution of modern sovereign power. The dispossessed, in Agamben’s telling, is the enigmatic figure of the homo sacer , or sacred man, from the archaic Roman law, who could be killed with impunity, but never sacrificed. His main goal, in a four-volume work, is to trace the mechanism of totalitarian ideologies in modernity around the key links he establishes between the sovereign, the sacred man and the ban

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Narrative des Anthropozän – Systematisierung eines interdisziplinären Diskurses

/Gemenne, François (Hg.): The Anthropocene and the Global Environmental Crisis: Rethinking Modernity. London: Routledge, S. 15–31. Bonneuil Christophe 2016 The Geological Turn. Narratives of the Anthropocene Hamilton Clive Bonneuil Christophe Gemenne François (Hg.) The Anthropocene and the Global Environmental Crisis: Rethinking Modernity London Routledge 15 31 Braidotti, Rosi (2016): Jenseits des Menschen: Posthumanismus. In: Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte 66, H. 37–38, S. 33–38. Braidotti Rosi 2016 Jenseits des Menschen: Posthumanismus

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Beyond Eastern Noir: Reimagining Russia and Eastern Europe in Nordic Cinemas

REFERENCES Fay, Jennifer; Nieland, Justus 2010. Film Noir: Hard-Boiled Modernity and the Cultures of Globalization . London, New York: Routledge. Näripea, Eva; Hoyer, Dirk 2018. ‘Tales of a Lost Decade: Estonian Film Noir in the 1990s’. – Studies in Eastern European Cinema 9, 2, 163–178. Spicer, Andrew; Hanson, Helen (eds.) 2013. A Companion to Film Noir . Chichester: Wiley Blackwell.

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Greek Civil Society’s Online Alternative Networks as Emergent Resilience Strategies in Time of Crisis

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The use of new communications technologies and social media, in Greece, during the time of crisis, has led to the development of numerous online informal Civil Society Networks (CSNs) (i.e. networking-building platforms, self - organized groups in Facebook, forums, exchange platforms) proposing a rethinking of the status quo of formal civil organizations. This research, utilizing the methodology of discourse analysis, aims at summarizing the rise of these networks in Greece that incorporates both solidarity initiatives and autonomous political/economic spaces and identify the indicative predictive factors of their survival and growth. Some basic conclusions that have been drawn through this research is that alternative online networks can be proven as indicative sign of the social dynamism of a given period but in order to be resilient and sustainable they should develop focal points of physical reference, pursue national representation, focus mainly on monothematic goods/services and cultivate, in several cases, links with relevant social movements and local or national NGOs. A general induction through this research is that a CSN, during this current crisis, stands between two classical models of reference in a society seeking modernity and flexibility and can be considered as a proposed type of effective experimentation and mobilization that can pursue common social goals and serve needs of deprived people. Some issues that still remain underexplored and need further elaboration are social and political identity of participants, the potential links with local, national and international communities, the functional balance between structure and flexibility as well as the efficient distribution of energy between solidarity and protest.

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