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Machine art and architecture at The Little Review exhibitions
Barnaby Haran

1 Constructivism in the USA: machine art and architecture at The Little Review exhibitions For Americans, the picture of Russian art in the first decade and a half following the Revolution was chequered, and attempts to disseminate Soviet artworks in books, articles, and exhibitions were sporadic and uneven. Too often a prerevolutionary rationale determined the discourse on post-revolutionary work by situating the works within the amorphous and increasingly institutionalized figure of modern art. Therefore the treatment of Constructivism, the most far

in Watching the red dawn
Deborah Shaw

7 Alfonso Cuarón’s first films in Mexico and the USA Sólo con tu pareja: bringing the middle classes back to Mexican cinemas Alfonso Cuarón’s filmmaking career has many parallels to that of Guillermo del Toro and Alejandro González Iñárritu. All have made a first film in Mexico, before consolidating their careers in the USA. The difference between Cuarón’s trajectory and that of the other two directors is that he is the only one who has returned to Mexico to make a film – Y tu mamá también (2001) – and this transnational ­nationally successful film came after

in The three amigos
Kathy E. Ferguson

9 The anarchist anti-conscription movement in the USA Kathy E. Ferguson This chapter explores the conceptual logic and political strategies of the anarchist anti-conscription movement in the USA before and during the First World War. Emma Goldman, Alexander Berkman, Leonard Abbott, Rose Abbott, Stella (Cominsky) Ballantine and Eleanor (Fitzie) Fitzgerald, to name only a few, were actively involved in the Anti-Militarist League and later in the No-Conscription League and the League for the Amnesty of Political Prisoners. They forged an impressive alliance with

in Anarchism, 1914–18
Stuart Hanson

television screen as a plethora of technological advancements were marketed, such as stereophonic sound and special widescreen formats. It is also at the end of this period that sees not only the emergence of the video cassette recorder (VCR) but also sees the conditions created for the development of a new kind of multi-screen cinema, pioneered in the USA. The exhibition industry: adapting to decline In 1960 annual cinema attendances

in From silent screen to multi-screen
Felix M. Bivens

22 The outreach programme at Sewanee, University of the South, USA Felix M. Bivens Context T he Outreach and Community Service programme at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, was created in 1989. It was part of a wave of many such programmes started by US universities and colleges in the late 1980s and early 1990s, bolstered by Boyer’s Scholarship Reconsidered report for the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching (1990). The University of the South, more commonly referred to as Sewanee, is a small (1,500 students), private

in Knowledge, democracy and action
Daniel Gerster

v 9 v Catholic anti-communism, the bomb and perceptions of apocalypse in West Germany and the USA, 1945–90 Daniel Gerster Christian religion and war have shared a common history for centuries. There is, in fact, a long and entangled Christian discourse on ‘war’, even though Christianity has repeatedly emphasised the founding myth of it being purely a ‘peace religion’.1 Yet, since the late third century at the latest, such self-perception has conflicted with different Christian concepts that justified war and thus made it conceivable. Most influential in this

in Understanding the imaginary war
Gothic Studies and Gothic Subcultures
Sara Martin

This article defends the view that Gothic Studies should encourage research on contemporary gothic youth cultures from a Cultural Studies point of view. This is justified on two grounds: research on these youth cultures is a unique chance to consider gothic as a living cultural practice and not just as textual analysis mostly disengaged from the present; on the other hand, these subcultures are currently under attack by the media and moral minorities, especially in the USA, and Gothic Studies could - maybe should - help correct this regrettable situation born of prejudice against, and ignorance about, Gothic itself. The article reviews the embarrassing position of the Gothic Studies researcher today as regards gothic youth cultures and calls for the reinforcement of the poor knowledge we have of the evolution of these cultures in the last 20 years.

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Lessons Learned for Engagement in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States
Logan Cochrane

Government of South Sudan for a Livestock and Fisheries Development Project . World Bank : Washington, DC . Yang , S. X. and Logo , H. K. ( 2015 ), UNDP South Sudan Access to Justice and Rule of Law Project . Mid-Term Evaluation Report . United Nations Development Program (UNDP) . Appendix: Bibliography of Evaluations Action Against Hunger . ( 2004 ) Evaluation of the Nutritional Surveillance Activities of ACF-USA and Analysis of the Nutritional Situation in South Sudan 2004 .

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The Politics of ‘Proximity’ and Performing Humanitarianism in Eastern DRC
Myfanwy James

Perceive Humanitarian Aid ( MSF-USA ). Bierschenk , T. , Chauveau , J-P. and Olivier de Sardan , J-P. ( 2000 ), Courtiers en développement: les villages africains en quête de projets ( Paris : Karthala ). Crombé , X. and Kuper , J. ( 2019 ), ‘War Breaks Out: Interpreting Violence on Healthcare in the Early Stage of the South Sudanese Civil War’ , Journal of Humanitarian Affairs , 1 : 2 , 4 – 12 . Enria , L. ( 2019 ), ‘Dangerous Bodies and Ebola Heroes: Mediating Containment and Engagement during Sierra Leone’s Ebola Epidemic’ , Development

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Interpreting Violence on Healthcare in the Early Stage of the South Sudanese Civil War
Xavier Crombé
Joanna Kuper

). Médecins Sans Frontières ( 2012 ), South Sudan’s Hidden Crisis , report November 2012, (accessed 11 April 2019) . Médecins Sans Frontières ( 2014a ), ‘ South Sudan: The Day That MSF left Bentiu ’, first posted online 7 February 2015, www

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