The missing link in the fight against Ebola

Understanding the challenges of the Ebola crisis through the eyes of anthropologists

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The Analysis

The contested right to EU-Europe

Unlawful push-backs of migrants at the European border implemented by Spanish and Moroccan security forces have become highly visible throughout 2014. These repressive practices as well as the human rights discourses justifying or condemning them tell much about today’s power relations in postcolonial Euro-African borderlands: negotiated by various local, national and European actors, yet constantly contested and transformed through transnational migrants’ mobility.

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The Analysis

“Would you mind my drone taking a picture of us? “

Another Internet phenomenon is born: the “Dronie”. People are taking short videos of themselves with drones. Is this new media practice already the evolution of the “Selfie”? And how does it relate to the “Otherie”: the controversial use of drones for military or surveillance purposes? A short sketch of the Dronie’s aesthetics and politics.

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The Analysis

No time, no money: why do people work for free?

Are you working for a company or organisation without getting paid? Then you are one of the many with an honorary job.

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