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The Next Front in a Very Long War

The Next Front in a Very Long War

War memorials are ways in which nations define the conflict for posterity and thus are intensely political in presence and purpose.

A Political Geographer in New York: Visiting the 9/11 Memorial and Museum

A Political Geographer in New York: Visiting the 9/11 Memorial and Museum

While scholars have spoken about the WTC and its reconstruction, there is more to be said about the way the visitor is enrolled into the material cultures of 9/11.

Mourning, Narratives and Interactions with the Martyrs through Cairo’s Graffiti

Mourning, Narratives and Interactions with the Martyrs through Cairo’s Graffiti

Graffiti, public insult and public display of anger remain an effective way of coming to terms with a harsh and draining daily life in contemporary Cairo.

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