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From Mining Site to Mining City: the Case of Mes Aynak, Afghanistan

If I asked you to describe a mining city, the picture you will paint would be probably that of a dusty, smoky, ugly and polluted city dominated by a somehow melancholic atmosphere due to both the poor and dangerous conditions of the mining workers and the predictability of the city’s decline once resources are exhausted or extraction unviable…

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Sunil Kumar (1956-2021)

Sunil Kumar was a future fellow, who was supposed to come to Erfurt for three months in 2021. He supported the KFG since its inception and was present at our first annual conference, held in November 2018, where everyone benefitted from his inisghftul questions and critical comments…

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Walking through the streets of Calicut (III)

It’s been a while since I wrote about Calicut. Since my departure at the end of March I haven’t returned to India. Until further notice, my research visa is still suspended. But the situation is now also completely different than in March…

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Video Interview with Ranjeeta Dutta

Interview with the KFG Fellow Prof. Dr. Ranjeeta Dutta on her research and work as part of the Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities “Religion and Urbanity: Reciprocal Formations”. Interview conducted by Dr....

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