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Caroline Turner
Jen Webb

’, ArtAsiaPacific (May/June 2009). 58 Vali, ‘Her Cassandra Complex’. Cassandra’s father thought she was insane. 59 See, for example, Hilary Charlesworth and Christine Chinkin, The Boundaries of International Law: A Feminist Analysis (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2000); Geeta Kapur, When Was Modernism:  Essays on Contemporary Cultural Practice in India (New Delhi: Tulika, 2000), p. 30. 60 Murtaza Vali, ‘Her Cassandra Complex’. 61 Srimoyee Mitra, ‘Naked Bodies as Site of Social Change’, WRECK: Graduate Journal of Art History, Visual Art, and Theory, 2:2 (2008), pp

in Art and human rights
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Marc James Léger

path to social progress. The revolutionary act, supplemented by cultural devices as the mediated form of subjective destitution, seeks to overcome this mediation and its logic of transgression. More concretely, this implies according a place to the state as a factor in the movement towards a higher stage of international law, a global political federation that is able to counter the destructive action that free markets impose on working conditions and the public interest. 14 Over-identification is presented by BAVO as a form of cultural activism and defined as a

in Vanguardia
A dominion responsibility
Kent Fedorowich

, pp. 762–78; A. J. Hannan, ‘Land settlement of ex-service men in Australia, Canada, and the United States’, Journal of Comparative Legislation and International Law , 3rd series, II, 1920 , pp. 225–37. 6 SAB, Pamphlet file, ‘Soldier and the land’, by

in Unfit for heroes