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Most discussions on the once and future humanitarianism focus on either the forces of destruction or the forces of compassion. 1 The forces of destruction include various elements related to organized violence, including international and civil wars; dominant patterns of violence; the

In: Public Anthropologist
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Humanitarianism: Keywords is a comprehensive dictionary designed as a compass for navigating the conceptual universe of humanitarianism. It is an intuitive toolkit to map contemporary humanitarianism and to explore its current and future articulations. The dictionary serves a broad readership of practitioners, students, and researchers by providing informed access to the extensive humanitarian vocabulary.

and symbolically, for the event analyzed in this paper: The Google ai Impact Challenge Summit. We examine this event in the context of our broader interest in commodified forms of global “helping,” 5 including corporations’ engagement in humanitarianism. Such corporate humanitarian engagements

In: Public Anthropologist

shaped by the overwhelming militarism and humanitarianism associated with the Syrian crisis. Indeed, in Jordan, opportunities for activism have been constricted not only by security imperatives, but also by the humanitarian and developmental response aiding civilians caught in the warscape. In turn

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In: Middle East Law and Governance

politics of humanitarianism in this moment will push and even require us to rethink the ways in which solidarity functions but also, in more general terms, it may put an end to the condescending attitude towards the era of the League of Nations as the ‘bad old times’. In the circular chronotope of crisis