28. 10. 2011
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Time, Finance & Cinema

    Geeta Patel In a real-time, single fifteen-second take shot with a still camera, a man walks slowly, the end of his stick feeling its way across slightly uneven earth, dotted withstones,...

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26. 10. 2011
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Slightly Autobiographical: the 1960s on the Lower East Side

Rashidah Ismaili-Abu-Bakr The Lower East Side of New York has little relation to the mid-upper (but not too far) East Side. In the early '60s, when I was living there, it had a...

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15. 10. 2011
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A Muslim Meditation on Violence

Nauman Naqvi What is the source of Islam’s potential for a beautiful, passive revolution today? How are the greater and lesser jihads distinct and entangled? What are the experiences of force given in...

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11. 10. 2011
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Of Sublunary Incubus-Demons and Their Givenness

  Jeffrey Jerome Cohen  “Between the moon and the earth there live spirits whom we call incubus-demons.”              So declares Maugantius, summoned before the king to explain how a boy named Merlin could...

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06. 10. 2011
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Three Poems of Lynching

      Robert Hayden Night, Death, Mississippi 1 A quavering cry. Screech-owl? Or one of them? The old man in his reek and gauntness laughs -- One of them, I bet --...

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