Disconnect to connect: The politics of disconnectivity in the film Captain Fantastic
20 minutes to read
Disconnectivity has more than a negative connotation: it is a political gesture that ultimately boils down to connecting differently. Fiction film provides a discursive space to imagine alternatives to ubiquitous connectivity.
When “integration” divides
Janus Spindler Møller
5 minutes to read
When theoretical concepts become politicized, they are re-interpreted to fit political strategies. A prime example is the term “integration”. In Denmark it functions as a normative tool to adjust behavior, rather than creating new unities.
Learn Dutch or leave the country: the role of language in Dutch integration policies
11 minutes to read
There is an ongoing trend for European nation states to use their own nationãl language to determine what it means to be "one of us". A close look at relevant policies can reveal what a "language threshold" really means.
#Wetoo: What dancers talk about when they talk about sexism
13 minutes to read
From recurring Lolita-fantasies on stage to auditioning naked and backstage power abuse; female dancers talk about the repercussions of a professional reality that celebrates unclear borders.
In "Dit is London" schetst Ben Judah de Unheimlichkeit van superdiversiteit.
Charlotte Mutsaers: 'Ik ben een verteller, die mode dat alles waar moet zijn, daar heb ik niets mee.’
12 minutes to read
'De akelige controverse over Charlotte Mutsaers’ vermeende handel in kinderporno maakt opnieuw duidelijk hoe veel moeite onze mediacultuur heeft met (literaire) fictie', zegt literatuurwetenschapper Sander Bax.
Beyoncé - Queen Mother?
Beyoncé Knowles, one of the world's most influential female entertainers, is about to deliver her twins. The visual story of her pregnancy has culminated in the construction of her public identity as the world's mother.
Harvey Weinstein, Anne Faber and #metoo: what de Sade can teach us about abuse in society
4 minutes to read
Harassment, Abuse and humiliation are widely discussed nowadays. Odile Heynders uses the work of de Sade and Nabokov to argue that these are not issues of different sexes, but of the organization of how we perceive society.
This paper aims to explore the linguistic landscape of Twitch.tv. Three different emotes taken from three streams are analysed. The results indicate that the usage of these emotes is universal; that they are highly mobile and complex.