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Discussions on relational ethics in human-nonhuman worlds are shot through with questions of both inhabitation and time.
Race matters in Sojourner Truth, materializes as that which both constrains and enables Truth's inhabitation of "humanity.
Cultural repercussions of large-scale migration bear testimony to the fact that cultural inheritance today is not a function of blood-lines, but of inhabitations.
Idris Saleh, in charge of political affairs at the PFDJ office in the Northern Red Sea region, on his part commended the active role of the inhabitations in the implementation of the development programs.
The second chapter pursues the root claim of the book, that "the house museum offers an embodied encounter with the intimate inhabitation of the other" (30), here through the vehicle of choreography, or what Hancock calls the "place ballet.