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John C. Waldmeir

poem, begins with the rhythmic cadence: “I’m a dead man walking / a mute man talking / a blind man watching / my brothers die.” For the speakers in both poems, the public facts of such discrimination and oppression bring pressure to bear on personal identity, and the result is the eruption of emotion

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John C. Waldmeir

the people and places they depict. The photos appear to issue this invitation with the hope that, by looking deeper into their respective images, viewers also look within themselves and discover those places where their own thoughts, memories, or emotions can join with the image, perhaps to uncover a

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Femke J. Stock

confrontation with the limited possibilities there motivates one to make the most of all the opportunities the Netherlands has to offer. Still, Naima already anticipates that she is going to be irritated by resident Moroccans’ attitude as soon as the warm emotions of the first arrival wear off. In the previous

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Femke J. Stock

produce a personal account of what happened and its impact on himself in chronological order, weaving his personal view, his motives and emotions, and his self-presentation into the story. (…) However, the activity of telling the entire story of one’s life has no precedent in everyday communication

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Femke J. Stock

of settlement by subscribing to its dominant ideas, convictions, habits and emotions. If they don’t, politicians claim the native-born will no longer feel at home in their “own” country.’ (Duyvendak 2011a, p. 87). Paradoxically, it is this same discourse that deepens migrants’ sense of exclusion. 13

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Luis Manuel Hernández Aguilar

-self. In this sense, my analysis of the dik has underscored the need of approaching racism as an open, ongoing, and contested political discourse in constant remaking. A discourse that nowadays has at its disposition a wide range of imaginaries, emotions, and archives from which it draws on. The

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Cilja Harders

the collaborative research centre “Affective Societies 1172,” Bilgin Ayata, Derya Özkaya, Dina Wahba, and I propose to use the lens of emotion and affect research to trace the impact of the transformative event of 2011, but also its limits. Building on the example of Egypt’s popular committees, we

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James Canton

certainly not to him either. Thanks to the guidance of his Syrian dragoman friend, the nineteen-year-old Pickthall not only found his feet in Arabia but discovered a new-found sense of freedom to his days, an emotion which had been sadly lacking from his life in England. Suleyman also introduced Marmaduke

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Adnan Ashraf

with unchecked emotion. Abandoning his humble property and country to the deceitful neighbor who has defrauded him and convinced him to flee from misfortune, Saïd makes demands of everybody he encounters on his way to Damascus, lying, cheating, and stealing as he goes. He abandons his wife on the way

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Saeed Zarrabi-Zadeh

rationality, materialism and scientism, which, according to these movements, suppressed human subjectivity, individuality, emotions, and imagination. 30 As a part of spiritual traditions of the Orient, which these trends viewed as the “mystical other” compared to the “modern self