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On the day of Robert Mugabe's death, a group of white former colonists living at an old‐age home participates in Bible study and reflects on the past, present, and future. They show us that no one makes it to the end of the road in total virtue and that survival can be a loss.
This ethnographic vignette, part of a special section on flash ethnography, describes the responses of bystanders and the security state to an explosion at a gas station in Fallujah, Iraq, during the author's fieldwork in 2021–2022.
This story focuses on an ordinary working day on a tea plantation in Assam from the perspective of Jiya—a tea plucker on Dolani Tea Estate. It illustrates how Jiya navigates fundamental deprivations in her everyday life structured by the company's relentless siren without losing track of the...
Attuning toward clouds becomes a compositional encounter of thinking through form in this “hundreds” written for part of a special section honoring Kathleen Stewart.
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