Zur Situation der Selbstorganisation in der Schweizer Kunstlandschaft
Isabella Krayer im Gespräch mit Rachel Mader, Sarah Merten und Pablo Müller
Elisabeth Bronfen (Hg.), Christiane Frey (Hg.), David Martyn (Hg.)
Noch einmal anders
Kathrin Busch (Hg.), Burkhard Meltzer (Hg.), Tido von Oppeln (Hg.)
Epistemologies of Aesthetics
The book tells the story of Lili and Siegfried Kracauer’s close working relationship – from the early 1930s following their marriage in Germany, to exile in Paris and the war and post-war years in the USA.
We cannot assume that all government/terrorist interactions will take the form of a two-person zero-sum game.
A for Anomie
The idea that terrorism and other forms of political violence are directly related to strains caused by strongly held grievances has been one of the most common explanations to date and can be traced to a diverse set of theoretical concepts including relative deprivation, social disorganization, breakdown, tension, and anomie. Merton (1938) identifies anomie as a cultural condition of frustration, in which values regarding goals and how to achieve them conflict with limitations on the means of achievement.
Gary LaFree and Laura Dugan, “Research on Terrorism and Countering Terrorism”, Crime and Justice, Vol. 38, No. 1, 2009.
B for Block or Blocked
If terrorism in each of its expressions can be considered an indicator of the existence of a political block (of an impossibility of reacting if one wishes to react differently), this influences its real ability to modify the situation. Terrorism has been historically more successful when it was not...