Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.
(Attributed to Pablo Picasso)
Introduction: global acupuncture and bodies on treatment
Acupuncture is an essential part of EastAsian medicine. A peculiar way of diagnosing and treating people via meridians inside their bodies punctuated by regulatory points, it is a simple yet sophisticated art of healing that has been used
Since their emergence in Italy in 1968, ultras have become the most dominant style of football fandom in the world. Since its inception, the ultras style has spread from Southern Europe across North Africa to Northern and Eastern Europe, South East Asia and North America. This book argues that ultras are an important site of enquiry into understanding contemporary society. They are a passionate, politically engaged collective that base their identity around a form of consumption (football) that links to modern notions of identity like masculinity and nationalism. The book seeks to make a clear theoretical shift in studies of football fandom. While it sits in the body of literature focused on political mobilisations, social movements and hooliganism, it emphasises more fundamental sociological questions about group formation, notably collective performances and emotional relationships. By focusing on the common form of expression through the performance of choreographies, chants and sustained support throughout the match, this book shows how members build an emotional attachment to their club that valorises the colours and symbols of that team, whilst mobilising members against opponents. It does this through recognising the importance of gender, politics and violence to the expression of ultras fandom, as well as how this is presented on social media and within the stadium through specular choreographies.
Corpses and mass violence: an inventory of the unthinkable
Élisabeth Anstett and Jean-Marc Dreyfus
Horror: Post Genocide Debates in
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A. Y. Guillou, ‘An alternative memory of the Khmer Rouge genocide:
the ritual treatment of the dead of the mass graves and the killing
fields in the Cambodian villages’, South EastAsia Research, 20:2 (2012)
(special issue, Life After Collective Death in South EastAsia), pp. 207–26.
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& V. D. Carlos (eds), Justicia de transición: el caso de España (Barcelona:
Institut Catala Internacional per la Pau, 2012).
Hinton & O
The status of bodies in the aftermath of the Khmer Rouge genocide
Anne Yvonne Guillou
2007 of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, in
which various former leading figures from Democratic Kampuchea
are standing trial. See B. Kiernan, The Pol Pot Regime: Race, Power,
and Genocide in Cambodia Under the Khmer Rouge, 1975–1979 (New
Haven: Yale University Press, 1996); S. Heder, ‘Racism, Marxism, label
ling and genocide in Ben Kiernan’s The Pol Pot Regime’, South EastAsia
Research, 5:2 (1997), pp. 101–53.
I have examined this question in greater detail in A. Y. Guillou, ‘Traces
of destruction and thread of continuity in post
Mark Doidge, Radosław Kossakowski, and Svenja Mintert
, members build an emotional
attachment to their club that valorises the colours and symbols of that
team, while denigrating those of their opponents.
Since their emergence in Italy in 1968, ultras have become the most
dominant style of football fandom in the world. In the decades since,
the ultras style has spread from Southern Europe across North Africa
to Northern and Eastern Europe, South EastAsia and North America.
This book has argued that ultras are an important site of enquiry into
understanding contemporary society. They are a passionate, politically
Claire Beaudevin, Jean-Paul Gaudillière, Christoph Gradmann, Anne M. Lovell, and Laurent Pordié
twenty-first century, characterized by South–South relations dominated by a strong presence of South-EastAsian actors. Within this perspective, analyses of global health from 1990 to 2010 become a search-light pointing towards a twenty-first-century global political order.
The four domains explored in this book not only reveal decisive differences regarding the paths through which localization and generalization have been worked out. Their comparison also highlights contrasted modes of insertion within global health as a field. TB control is, in
coordinated under an umbrella
organisation, the Society for Activating, Motivating and Promoting Developmental
Alternatives (SAMPDA), operate independently of the Barefoot College but employ
solutions inspired by Barefoot working methods.
Since 2010 the College has stepped up its international presence with proposals
for nine ‘community college’ vocational training centres across Africa, Latin
America, South EastAsia and the Pacific regions. The first of these opened in
Zanzibar in 2015 with contributions from the United Nations Development
Programme (UNDP), the Coca