Browsing by Subject "Berlin"
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Publisher and Date:(Kadir Has University, 2017)Berlin’s unique history as an urban epicenter for the key events of the previous centuries also witnesses an era which is known as the “Golden Twenties”. The sexually liberated atmosphere of the then Weimar Berlin is in a way being simulated inside spaces urban phenomena called the “dark room”. A popular type of accommodation in the nightlife scene of the city in 2017 which serves as an entertainment space for the people who seek to experience a sexually charged escape from the humdrumness of ...
Publisher and Date:(2010)Cultural intimacy, both the book and the concept, privileges the nation-state as the site of doing and writing ethnography and understanding sociality in a world customarily designated "globalizing." Not only have we placed our lives and sociality increasingly outside the privacy of our homes and offices; importantly, intimacies are experienced in virtual worlds where privacy proper as well as conventional idioms of ethnographic practice are no longer operational. This paper deploys public intimacy ...