Fawzy, R.M. Commodification of the Egyptian New Capital: A Semio-Foucauldian Landscape Analysis (2021)

Fawzy, R.M. Commodification of the Egyptian New Capital: A Semio-Foucauldian Landscape Analysis (2021) Space and Culture. DOI: 10.1177/1206331221991323 Abstract Signs in the urban landscapes are never neutral; they always enact connections to power relations and social hierarchies. By examining the New Administrative Capital of Egypt’s (NAC) advertising billboards, the current study relates itself to the literature of Linguistic...

Orsini, G., Smit, S., Farcy, J.-B., Merla, L. Institutional racism within the securitization of migration. The case of family reunification in Belgium (2021)

Orsini, G., Smit, S., Farcy, J.-B., Merla, L. Institutional racism within the securitization of migration. The case of family reunification in Belgium (2021) Ethnic and Racial Studies. DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2021.1878249 Abstract Institutional Racism (IR) in Europe is rarely mentioned in studies of race-based discrimination. Yet, structural racism occurs within most European societies. Due to the increasing securitization of...

Amo-Agyemang, C. Unmasking resilience as governmentality: towards an Afrocentric epistemology (2021)

Amo-Agyemang, C. Unmasking resilience as governmentality: towards an Afrocentric epistemology (2021) International Politics DOI: 10.1057/s41311-021-00282-8 Abstract This paper is a discussion of how indigenous Afrocentric epistemologies proffer critiques and alternative to neoliberal discourses of resilience and what differences it makes for the study of International Politics. There has been an epistemological shift in recent times...

Ponzo, J., Marino, G. Modelizing epistemologies: Organizing Catholic sanctity from calendar-based martyrologies to today’s mobile apps (2021)

Ponzo, J., Marino, G. Modelizing epistemologies: Organizing Catholic sanctity from calendar-based martyrologies to today’s mobile apps (2021) Semiotica DOI: 10.1515/sem-2019-0089 Abstract The Catholic concept of “sanctity” can be thought of as a “cultural unit”(Eco) composed of a wide variety of “grounds”(Peirce) or distinctive features. The figures of individual saints, i.e., tokens of sanctity, are characterized by a...