Added by Achirri Ishmael on October 19, 2014 at 10:30am — No Comments
With a tip of the hat to Bill Bishop at Sinocism,
Cultural reflection can improve modern governance: Xi - Xinhuaat Politburo study session // Xi argued that ancient ideologies still have deep influence on people nowadays, and they should be scientifically analyzed so as to inherit and promote the good parts…
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Why should anyone read what you have written? This should be question No. 1 for anyone writing anything. So, let me rephrase the question: Why do so many of the contributors to the online forums in which I participate assume that people will be interested in what they are writing about, then feel disappointed when no one responds?
As students, we learn to write assignments. The teacher who hands us a topic has to read what we write. But once we leave school and start writing for…Continue
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Key-words: Anthropogenic Global Hitting, Creative Speaking/Hearing Subjects, Crippling Of Linguistic Creativity, Luddite Philosophy, paraavaak.
Statement of theoretical and methodological framework:
In case of crippling of…Continue
Added by Debaprasad Bandyopadhyay on October 13, 2014 at 9:40am — No Comments
That's the working title anyway.
I was reading Sex and Development by Adams Vincaene et al and I just finished the section on Greece. About 10 minutes after reading the conclusion it dawned on me that we have a similar sort of situation here in America with food. That an ethics of well being is being used to morally objectify food and there is this resistance to that. I've heard it myself, "You have to die from something." This is, of course, despite the fact that this something…
Please email your abstracts (100 words or less) to email@example.com by October 15, 2014 if you are interested in participating in a panel titled, "Best Practices with Immigrant Populations":
Pittsburgh has recently launched the campaign, “Welcoming Pittsburgh”, to attract more immigrants to the area in the near future. Despite areas such…Continue
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I recently began a project at the British Museum, where I am a curator, to collect old and new postcards from across the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia.
The aim is to develop the world's largest public collection of this material and a permanent record of a disappearing world through a medium which is itself becoming rather outdated by modern media! Each card is numbered, registered, scanned and goes onto our Collections Online section of our website, and anyone can use…Continue
Added by Debaprasad Bandyopadhyay on June 29, 2014 at 8:20am — No Comments
What a division: Folk and non-folk! Loukika fact has become aloukika fiction and vise versa. The folk…Continue
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Anyone have more information on the use of pythons in sea navigation?
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This book under review by Chaim Noy illustrates the theatrical performances of storytelling by Israeli backpackers. It is based on forty-five narrative interviews with the backpackers and those interviews are represented in a non-authoritarian quasi direct discourse. He divided his book in three parts with nine chapters. …
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May be downloaded from: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2017319
The author maintained that the construction of the category "folk" was born out of super-ordinate's essentialist gaze that de-sign-ates otherness in…Continue
2001. “Identity Confusion.” Frontier. Vol.34.No.17 (pp. 6-8). November 18-24, 2001. Kolkata.
Printed version of the lecture: 2001“Cricket, Wittgenstein, Language Game and so forth...” Symposium on The Language Movements in India, Linguistic Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, kolkata, 21-22 February,…
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May be downloaded from: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2014740
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