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Magazine Peeps

Editors’ Note

Introducing Peeps Issue 01 – The Modern Protagonist.

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Orbiting the Imaginary

What images come to mind when you think of a future that includes human beings living in outer space?

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Not Wanted on the Rue Saint-Denis

Gentrification in Paris faces off against a historic street that has served as the heart of the city’s sex trade.

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Medellín, The Smart City

The story of a city recovering from conflict and finding its voice with the help of media technology.

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Shakespeares in the Ghetto

How digital technology has allowed hip-hop, an American art form. to flourish in New Belgrade, Serbia.

Magazine Peeps

Introducing Peeps Magazine Issue 02: Crossing Thresholds

Editorial for Peeps Issue 02 – Crossing Thresholds.

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Winning and Losing in Modern China

Investigating the elusive Chinese dream through the Diaosi, self-identified losers on the Chinese internet.

Forum World Affairs

Shifting the Global Conversation on Refugees

Global media attention on refugees produces complex responses from countries—those which host these refugees, and those which refuse.

Publishing Review

Peeps Magazine Through Academic Eyes

The University of Toronto Anthropology profs Drs. Leslie Carlin and Simon Coleman to provide us with some constructive feedback and their thoughts.

Curation Design

‘Design Thinking’ is Changing the Way We Approach Problems ↗

University Affairs / 01.13.2016

Design Thinking is Changing the Way We Approach Problems: Why researchers in various disciplines are using the principles of design to solve problems big and small

Forum The Arts

Authentic Storytelling

An interview with Cynthia Wade, award winning documentary and commercial director known for intimate and gripping storytelling.

Forum Research

Sound Advice

Our brains appear to come equipped with an inclination to use the individual phonemes contained in names to make sense of unfamiliar words.

Forum The Arts

Breaking the Princess Complex

As a filmmaker and an anthropologist, I am always looking for films that explore popular topics from an unlikely point of view. George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road is such a film.

Beauty Forum

Changing the Shape of Fashion

How fashion standards are shifting to make room for the plus-size segment of the market it used to shun.

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Mobile Disruption: The Rise of Mobile Phone Technology in India

With 930 million mobile phone subscribers and growing India is easily one of the world’s largest and fastest growing mobile markets.

Forum World Affairs

Cosmopolitan Moments

Colin Shafer’s ambition to photograph someone born in every country of the world who now lives in Toronto.