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The future of the present

Elif Cigdem Artan, Technische Universität Berlin, Hans-Liudger Dienel
2021
Two autonomous archives were examined in depth as case studies: Interference Archive in New York, and bak.ma in Istanbul.  ...  This study examines the contribution of activist videos from the Occupy Wall Street and the Occupy Gezi Park movements to non-authoritarian and non-linear history-writing.  ...  On the one hand, bus stops over there were converted into an [art] work, everything was so new and so different, and it felt so real since they were not our daily life materials anymore.  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-11330 fatcat:q2ieps4vh5hbtdzf33jcvrtdqe

"Into outside country": The influence of violence on discourses of homeland in twentieth-century Australian young adult novels

Trudy Clutterbok
2019
The novels actively devalue landscape features that pre-date white settlement and they portray sheep and cattle as the primary, critical inhabitants of the Australian homeland, ignoring the impact that  ...  notions of home, homeland and violence which appear in these novels.  ...  By locating the stop-over there, Southall emphasises four distinct but related points: the extent of the British empire; the protagonists' right to land there; the presence of the enemy in a remote hidden  ... 
doi:10.26199/5ddf4a0b1bd84 fatcat:gkdudvqo4bcafpi6w4ks2ceeca