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Laughter Out of Place: Race, Class, Violence, and Sexuality in a Rio Shantytown
List of Illustrations Foreword Acknowledgments Introduction: Hard Laughter 1. Laughter "Out of Place" 2. The Aesthetics of Domination: Class, Culture, and the Lives of Domestic Workers 3. Color-BlindExpand
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“Interracial” Sex and Racial Democracy in Brazil: Twin Concepts?
Racial democracy is maintained in Brazil through both scholarly and popular discourses that consider “interracial” sex as proof of Brazil's lack of a racial problem. In this article, I scrutinize theExpand
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Drugs & Democracy in Rio de Janeiro: Trafficking, Social Networks, & Public Security
Drugs and Democracy is a bold and informative study about the forms and functionings of illegal social networks in three distinct communities in Rio de Janeiro: Vigário, Tubarão, and Santa Ana (alsoExpand
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The hands of Donald Trump
Commentators from a broad range of perspectives have been at pains to explain Donald Trump’s transition from billionaire businessman to populist presidential candidate. This article draws on culturalExpand
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Integrating GIS in the Middle School Curriculum: Impacts on Diverse Students’ Standardized Test Scores
This case study conducted with 1,425 middle school students in Palm Beach County, Florida, included a treatment group receiving GIS instruction (256) and a control group without GIS instructionExpand
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Blessed Anastácia: Women, Race, and Popular Christianity in Brazil
Blessed Anastacia: Women, Race, and Popular Christianity in Brazil. John Burdick. New York: Routledge. 1998. 246 pp.
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Locations and stability of Agrobacterium-mediated T-DNA insertions in the Lycopersicon genome
SummaryThe genomic distribution and genetic behavior of DNA sequences introduced into the tomato genome by Agrobacterium tumefaciens were investigated in the backcross progeny of 10 transformedExpand
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Mass hysteria in Le Roy, New York: How brain experts materialized truth and outscienced environmental inquiry
Teenage schoolgirls in Le Roy, New York, captured the attention of the U.S. public in 2011 and 2012 when they developed acute motor and vocal tics. Dramatic images of the girls’ involuntary movementsExpand
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Integrating GIS in the K-12 Curriculum
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