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Felipe Dias

labor, even during periods of economic stagnation. As a result of the dehumanizing aspects of slavery, many slaves rebelled in Bahia and formed maroon societies known as quilombos or mocambos. The slave rebellions intensified in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century in Bahia, as dozens of

Chris Goto-Jones

that the human hero of the first film, Kevin Flynn, was marooned in the digital realm (on the ‘game grid’) between the films – he has been there (presumed dead in the analogue world) for twenty years. While one of the personified computer programs written by Flynn (Clu – the Codified Likeness Utility

Susan Wright

“count” others, is prevalent in the uk and widespread in Europe. 61 There is also a form of public engagement that Nader underplays in her article. She quotes Brian McKenna, “Too many academic anthropologists are marooned in the coffin-boxes of university classrooms, their pearls of wisdom

Laura Nader

Counterpunch . 4 He asks, “Is there a career danger for an anthropologist wanting to be relevant, a publically engaged writer? …Too many academic anthropologists are marooned in the coffin-boxes of university classrooms, their pearls of wisdom echoing wistfully off of hermetically, sealed-walls.” McKenna