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The Next Battle of Brooklyn: Keeping Bikers Safe in the City

by Kristin Berberich – New York City’s Transport Alternatives coalition has been celebrating #BikeMonth in May by hosting a Bike-to-Work-Challenge. But the cycling community in the city, particularly in the borough of Brooklyn, has...

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Welcome to Uber-Land

The ride-hailing giant from California and why it’s not coming to Germany any time soon by Natalie Rauscher One of the first things he told me was that his day-job was managing the parking...

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Unearthing Brooklyn’s Queer History

By Kristin Berberich – In the course of my work on a dissertation in the field of linguistics about the workings of neighborhood discourses all over Brooklyn, I have read a lot about New York’s...

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“What’s in a Name?” – (Re)Defining ‘Milk’

by Anastassia Biedersteadt – During the last years, there have been continuing debates surrounding the labeling of plant-based alternatives to cow’s milk as ‘milk.’ Perhaps, the relationships between dairy products and their plant-based alternatives...

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#LiveLifeLikeAnAcademic

By Natalie Rauscher & Maren Schäfer – A short recap of our trip to the Annual Meeting of the Political Science Section of the German Association for American Studies (GAAS). This year, we went all...

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