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Doing Time
Die zeitliche Ästhetik von Essen, Trinken und Lebensstilen
Series: Sozialtheorie

Julieta Aranda referiert auf der MS IM-PORT//EX-PORT über ›Time/Bank‹ – eine Plattform, auf der seit 2009 über dreitausend TeilnehmerInnen weltweit Waren und Dienstleistungen miteinander tauschen 16 2 — vo rt ra g vo n ju lie ta a ra nd a • 3 0. 05 . TI M E/ BA N K TIME BANKING Julieta Aranda und Anton Vidokle Time banking is not barter. Barter economies have been in practice throughout history, but the idea of using time as a unit of exchange only appeared shortly after the Industrial Revolution. The origins of time-based currency can be traced both

Charts, Listen und andere Kanonisierungen in der populären Musik

ZiG | Zeitschrift für interkulturelle Germanistik 1/2010 | © transcript 2010 It’s Kili Time Christof Hamann Zugegeben: Einigermaßen stolz war ich. Eine Tour auf den Kilimandscharo war etwas anderes als eine Gipfelbesteigung in den Alpen. Wenn ich von meinem Plan erzählte, hörte ich Bewunderung aus den Reaktionen heraus. Der höchste Berg des afrikanischen Kontinents, das hörte sich nach etwas Besonderem, fast nach Abenteuer an. Auch wenn die gut einwöchige Tour organisiert, im Preis al- les inklusive war, Flug, Übernachtung, Mahlzeiten, die Bergführer, die

The Speed of Time We travel through the temporal landscape on a one-way street, with an inexora- ble push towards the future (compare Clark 1973, p. 50). Just like when driving on a highway, we may speak of ourselves traveling through the landscape, or the landscape moving around us by means of the ego-moving and time-moving met- aphors respectively (described in chapter one, section 1.1). But, while we are forced to drive in one direction, we are not restricted to a constant speed. These variations in the speed of temporal travel are, to be clear

Rhythm, Time and Improvisation Pedro Teixeira Santos and Miguel Pina e Cunha As we interact with the world we find rhythm all around us. It manifests in natural phenomena such as tides, day-night cycle, lunar cycle, and seasons, but also in so- cial structures such as in the flow of the working week, or the patterns of activity in the academic year. A growing interest in the study of rhythm in biology and neurobiology has washed over diverse fields such as sociology, psychology, child development, music theory, artificial neural networks, and organization

“You’ve Got Time” Ageing and Queer Temporality in Orange is the New Black EVA KRAINITZKI Remember all their faces Remember all their voices Everything is different The second time around And you ve got time... REGINA SPEKTOR – “YOU VE GOT TIME” Introduction Orange is the New Black (Orange) is Netflix’s successful new series (2013–present), loosely based on Piper Kerman’s memoir Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women’s Prison and created by Jenji Kohan. Protagonist Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling) is a privileged, white New Yorker

Taking time seriously How do we deal with change in historical networks? CLAIRE LEMERCIER1 Sociologists are arguably the first, among humanists and social scientists, who have built a consistent canon of social network analysis. This includes often cited pioneering papers, the concepts and indicators that these had in- troduced, software allowing to calculate such indicators and to produce more and more standardized visualizations, and textbooks summing up and coagulating these elements (e.g. Scott/Carrington 2011).2 In this canon, standard network

Opening Space in Time Gestures of Pre- and Re-Enactment REBECCA SCHNEIDER Reenactments are, above all, disturbances to the perceived linearity of time. Through corporeal repe- tition the past gains a ghostly simultaneity with the present and every repetition harbors the possibility of difference – that is, the possibility that the past may yet have another future. THOMAS F. DEFRANTZ AND GUSTAVO FURTADO In April 2017 Thomas F. DeFrantz and Gustavo Furtado organized a conference at Duke University titled The Future of Reenactment1. The title