Stoler has curated as much as edited a volume that, writing against a certain silencing of the present, examines ruination
as an ongoing process in the aftermath of empire.
As Alice Mah reveals in her recent study, people live with industrial ruination
all over the world.
The second part of the book explores themes of industrial ruination
, such as reading landscapes of ruination
and decline, and reinventing place.
, Community and Place: Landscapes and Legacies of Urban Decline.
England would have been up in arms at such ruination
Wars have given nothing to the two countries except destruction and ruination
Which makes the people who ignored them every bit as culpable for the ruination
of their lives as the animals who abused them.
We are clearly on our own in Wales , fighting the ruination
of our beautiful little country to supply England with renewable electricity.
Paradoxically, during the Revolution, the country has been in a state of political and social ruination
, and not economically speaking," Mr.
Businesses claim they are on the brink of ruination
as gas works continue to disrupt the town.
It's disgraceful that mega-brewstered foreign owners are allowed to come in to our football and advocate its ruination
Presented by Bagehot in The Economist, the retrospective recites a litany of historical precedents for civil unrest in the UK, all of which gave rise to contemporary claims that one or another societal transition would surely be the ruination
of every right-thinking Briton in sight.
The downward motility of ruination
appears to the 'educated' eye of the public as its opposite, namely as upward cultural mobility.
Imagine how much hatred America has sown in Iraq, with its thousands of mourning families, and how much hatred Israel has sown in Gaza with its thousands of mourning families and its ruination
Malcolm Rifkind celebrated a Tory victory in Scotland in 1955 with that same chilling smile that presided over the ruination
of industry in Scotland last time round, and old Tory Teddy Taylor seemed to suggest that the idea of foisting the Poll Tax on Scotland before England 20 years ago was intended as a "privilege".