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209 Earthquake Recovery and Historic Buildings: Investigating the Conflicts FATIMA AL-NAMMARI As a pilot study, this paper investigates how conflicts developed during the earthquake recovery of a historic building in San Francisco. The study shows that such a building can be a contested space in earthquake recovery, as dif- ferent groups push for different values. The subsequent conflict develops in phases, with roots based in the people and the context of the recovery more than in the building itself. More research is needed to investigate the

Colonial Erasure – Post-colonial Recovery: Identity/Alterity in Faustin Linyekula’s Choreographies KLAUS-PETER KÖPPING »Who am I? Leopold II, Lumumba, Mobu- tu?« (LINYEKULA, LECTURE TALK, WALKERS ARTS CENTRE, LONG ISLAND, N.Y., SEPT. 2011) »What have you done to us, Blaise Cen- drars?« (BLACK DANCER IN »LA CRÉATION DU MONDE 1923-2012«, DÜSSELDORF, JUNE 2013) »Who am I? Who are we? What are we in this white world?« (CÉSAIRE, »NÈGRE JE SUIS NÈGRE JE RESTERAI. ENTRETIENS AVEC FRANÇOISE VERGÈS«, 2005: 23) 44 | KLAUS-PETER KÖPPING Fig. 1

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into critical topic areas in more depth, and experiment with co-creative tech- niques to let the “users” of culture help envision what relevance, engage- ment and service would ideally look like in the recovery period ahead. We’re also working to secure additional funding for a second wave of quantitative research to track any change in responses around the U.S. since the start of the crisis and in light of the racial-justice movement. The survey will be updated to reflect the current context and reality, to JENNIFER BENOIT-BRYAN52 build upon what we’ve learned

inequality, and to engage in shaping a more just post-COVID-19 world. Elizabeth Silkes, Executive Director, International Coalition of Sites of Conscience 20 May 2020, New Plymouth, Taranaki, Aotearoa New Zealand Aotearoa New Zealand is now looking towards recovery, even as social distancing is practiced, hygiene protocols are in place, and borders re- VOICES FROM THE FIELD 37 main shut for the foreseeable future. As we reflect on some of the dev- astating consequences of the measures taken to control the spread of COVID-19, the impacts on mental health and the

focus. One of 4 5 the earlier records to occupy this vein was Visionist’s »Safe« (2015), which brought his already modernist grime into a bracingly expressionist space. The press release described the producer as »play[ing] off ever-present anxiety and his own battle not to let it overwhelm him. ›Comfort, protection, salvation – this is what we search for,‹ he says. ›We are taught that a life of no worries is better for us, and therefore we try to create one that is ‘Safe’‹ … The album tra- ces the arc of an anxiety attack, from its onset through to recovery

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politischen Perspektive und interessierten sich wenig für wirt- schaftliche Fragen. »Their goal was to keep the German population alive at a minimum, limited cost and recovery of the German economy was, in those first post-war years, not their main priority«, stellt Martijn Lak fest (Lak 2011: 12). Erst als sich seit 1948 der Konflikt mit der Sowjetunion verschärfte und die Politik der atlantischen Mächte auf die Gründung eines westdeutschen Staates abzielte, gerieten auch wirtschaftliche Interessen wieder stärker in den Fokus der westlichen Alliierten. »At this point

-Kontrollzentrum in Kooperation mit lokalen Flughäfen an einen abgelegenen, aber gut erreichba- ren Ort geleitet. Das Helium wird mittels eines Ventils herausgelassen und das Equipment kehrt gesichert durch einen Fallschirm zurück zur Erde. Sogenannte recovery teams sammeln die Loons zum Recyceln auf. Loons lassen sich aus medienwissenschaftlicher Perspektive – um einen Be- griff von John Durham Peters aufzugreifen – als «sky media»70 in doppelter Hinsicht beschreiben. Als sendende Observatorien funktionieren sie ähnlich wie Wetterballons als Teil einer «climate knowledge