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Entries on this site with 'globalization'

  • travels with herodotus
    Ryszard Kapuściński has often been called the "reporter of the century", the 20th century that is, for his unique brand of literary travel reportage. 'Travels with Herodot
  • how much globalization can we bear?
    In 2003, German philosopher Rüdiger Safranski published a little book with the intriguing title: 'How much globalization can we bear?' ('Wieviel Globalisierung verträgt de
  • slavery footprint
    This made the rounds last year, but it's a geat discussion piece for around the christmas tree. After the carbon footprint, ecological footprint and water footprint , the
  • ekümenopolis
    The closing day of the Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam offered a fascinating trip around the metropolises of a globalized world, from the politics of garbage and a un
  • landscapes with oil
    For over 10 years, Edward Burtynsky has been photographing the global influence of oil. From the vast industrial landscapes of oil fields, oil sands and refineries, to the
  • the story of stuff
    ' The Story of Stuff ' neatly explains how our entire economy increasingly boils down to one thing: consuming more stuff. From resource extraction to production, distribut
  • global literature
    At the opening of the Winternachten literary festival in The Hague, Indian writer and critic Pankaj Mishra lectured on ' The Globalization of Literature, the Making of an
  • buy nothing day
  • iffr: nyócker!
    A fitting Friday night surprise film at the IFFR , the Hungarian animated feature ' Nyócker! ' ('The District!') combines energetic and satirical entertainment, a fresh vi
  • the psychopathic corporation
    The threepart Canadian documentary ' The Corporation ' asks the interesting question: if corporations are considered legal persons, what kind of personality do they have?
  • spacetimemoney continuum
    His wealth resides less in possessions than in the fact of that most modern of powers, mobility, the ability to be present at practically the same time in every part of th
  • photo proof of climate change
    For a project i'm currently involved in ( New Values Tradegrounds ), i've been following the ongoing debate over climate change fairly closely. It's quite shocking to find
  • iffr: turtles can fly
    "Turtles Can Fly" is Kurdish director Bahman Ghobadi 's new film (after "A Time for Drunken Horses"), and the first film to be made in Iraq since the fall of Saddam Hussei
  • what did you buy today?

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