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Laura Gurney (University of Waikato) and Eugenia Demuro (Research Strategies Australia) March 1st, 2022 i i i Introduction Law and Mol (2020) provide an insightful critique to dominant approaches to language, arguing that “to talk of language is to imply that it is possible to disentangle how people talk (or sign or write) from the practices … Read more
Dr Waymamba Gaykamaŋu, Yasunori Hayashi, and Dr Michaela Spencer (College of Indigenous Futures, Education and the Arts, Charles Darwin University, Australia) January 24th, 2022 In this piece, Waymamba Gaykamaŋu, a Gupapuyŋu Aboriginal elder from East Arnhem Land in northern Australia, and her collaborators Yasunori Hayashi and Michaela Spencer seek ways in which dhäruk (generally translated … Read more
Tereza Stöckelová (Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences) firstname.lastname@example.org January 6th, 2022 Robin Cassling came to the Czech Republic in 1992. She works as an editor and translator in the fields of art, architecture, sociology, history, and the humanities generally. She studied history and French at the University of Toronto before moving … Read more
Tereza Stöckelová (Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences) email@example.com January 6th, 2022 How do concepts move between languages and get stuck? How are they molded, folded, and digested in the hands and mouths of foreign speakers? The notes in this post reflect on and arise from encounters between three languages, Czech, German … Read more
Introduction to the blog series by Endre Dányi (J. W. Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main), Clément Dréano (University of Amsterdam) and Gergely Mohácsi (Osaka University) firstname.lastname@example.org January 3, 2022 For quite some time now, strong voices in the social sciences and humanities have been calling for the decolonization of Western science as a dominant mode of knowing. … Read more
Thai Protest Language, Lateral Movements, and #ifpoliticswasgood by Jakkrit Sangkhamanee (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand) and Casper Bruun Jensen (Independent Scholar, Cambodia) email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org January 4, 2022 This blog post engages the possibilities of working “on other terms” by examining ongoing democracy protests in Thailand. 1 As we shall see, these events have given rise to … Read more