By Otto Demus
Альбом, подготовленный австрийским профессором Отто Демусом, известным специалистом по византийскому искусству, представляет крупноформатные мозаичные иконы, хранящиеся в различных храмах и музеях мира. Каждая из тринадцати представленных в цвете икон снабжена подробной атрибуцией. Дополнительно представлено более тридцати ч/б изображений.Образцы сканов:
By Sam Beck, Carl A. Maida
By operating with underserved groups, anthropologists may well play a bigger function in democratizing society. the expansion of disparities demanding situations anthropology for use for social justice. This engaged stance strikes the applying of anthropological concept, equipment, and perform towards motion and activism. even if, this engagement additionally strikes anthropologists clear of conventional roles of commentary towards participatory roles that turn into more and more concerned with these groups or social groupings being studied. The chapters during this e-book recommend the jobs anthropologists may be able to play to convey us toward a public anthropology characterised as engagement.
Sam Beck is Senior Lecturer within the collage of Human Ecology and Director of the city Semester application of Cornell college. His courses comprise Ethnicity and Nationalism in Southeastern Europe (1981, ed with John W. Cole) and Manny Almeida's Ringside front room: The Cape Verdean fight for his or her Neighborhood (1992).
Carl A. Maida is Professor within the Institute of our surroundings and Sustainability on the collage of California, la. His guides contain Sustainability and groups of Place (2007), Pathways via hindrance: city possibility and Public Culture (2008), Children and Disasters (1999), and The drawback of Competence: Transitional pressure and the Displaced Worker (1990).
By David Link
“Unearthing the cumulus of brief applied sciences that underlie the material of latest society
As ancient tactics more and more turn into steeped in know-how, it turns into a growing number of priceless for a self-discipline to emerge that's in a position to comprehending those materialities past their shelf existence to higher comprehend the fields they inundate reminiscent of technological know-how, artwork, and war. This attempt is extra compromised by way of the inherent complexity and whole arbitrariness of technical languages – specially after they are algorithmic – besides the quick velocity within which they develop into out of date, unintelligible, or just forgotten. The Turing computing device performs a relevant position within the Archaeology of Algorithmic Artefacts, in which the slow advancements of the person parts encompassed through this advanced expertise are positioned in the context of engineering sciences and the historical past of innovations. This family tree additionally strains the starting place of the pc in disciplines resembling arithmetic, meta-mathematics, combinatorics, cryptology, philosophy, and physics. The investigations demonstrate that the historical past of apparatuses that approach indicators is not at all constrained, as one may perhaps imagine, to the second one 1/2 the twentieth century, relatively it's attainable that they existed invariably and in all cultures.”
By Nancy A. Walker
A Very critical factor was first released in 1988. Minnesota Archive variations makes use of electronic expertise to make long-unavailable books once more available, and are released unaltered from the unique collage of Minnesota Press editions.
"It is a really severe factor to be a humorous woman." –Frances Miriam Berry Whitcher
A Very critical Thing is the 1st book-length learn of part of American literature that has been continually ignored through students and underrepresented in anthologies—American women's funny writing. Nancy Walker proposes that the yank funny culture to be redefined to incorporate women's humor in addition to men's, simply because, opposite to well known opinion, girls do have a feeling of humor.
Her e-book attracts on heritage, sociology, anthropology, literature, and psychology to posit that the explanations for forget of women's funny expression are rooted in a male-dominated tradition that has formally denied girls the liberty and self-confidence necessary to the slapstick comedian. instead of a research of person writers, the e-book is an exploration of relationships among cultural realities—including expectancies of "true womanhood"—and women's funny reaction to these realities.
Humorous expression, Walker keeps, is at odds with the culturally sanctioned excellent of the "lady," and lots more and plenty of women's humor turns out to just accept, whereas truly denying, this excellent. in truth, so much of yank women's funny writing has been a feminist critique of yank tradition and its attitudes towards girls, based on the author.
By Adam Dinham
The general public presence of non secular religion within the united kingdom and different Western international locations is many times and more and more glaring, regardless of the idea that it is going to retreat into insignificance and personal obscurity. coverage makers now actively search to interact with faiths within the provision of public prone, neighborhood governance and the quest for group solidarity. religion within the public realm takes an explicitly multi-faith standpoint, exploring the controversies, regulations and practices of 'public faith'. It questions perceptions of a hard and fast divide among non secular and secular individuals in public existence and demanding situations triumphing thoughts of a monolithic 'neutral' public realm.Based on basic study, the publication takes an in-depth examine the individuality of religion teams' contribution, but additionally probes the conflicts and dilemmas that come up. It assesses the position and capability of religion teams inside particular public coverage contexts - together with schooling, regeneration, housing and group solidarity - and can pay specific consciousness to the actions of youth and of ladies. "Faith within the Public Realm" addresses a brand new and more and more very important subject and so should be of curiosity to scholars, teachers, policy-makers and practitioners within the public and voluntary sectors, and in religion groups themselves.
By Kate Darian-Smith, Stuart Macintyre, Patricia Grimshaw
As a world phenomenon Britishness encompassed alternate, conquest and cost and the advance of imperial cultures in the gigantic reaches of the British Empire. At its zenith peoples world wide joined in shared traditions and customary loyalties that have been strenuously maintained; even those that contested its claims chanced on it tough to flee its results. With the eclipse of British strength and effect, the value of this legacy has attracted expanding awareness from researchers looking to break out the confines of nationwide histories. Britishness in a foreign country explores the cultural, fiscal and political elements of Britishness in Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, Canada and South Africa, in addition to within the usa and inside of Britain itself. top students examine the flow of individuals, funds, know-how, identities, ideals and attitudes round the British international and look at what occurred to Britishness because the Empire declined.
By Vanessa Fong
In Paradise Redefined, Fong tracks the reports of many in her preliminary cohort of chinese language only-children—now college-age—as they examine out of the country in Australia, Europe, Japan, New Zealand, North the US, and Singapore. whereas incomes a prestigious collage schooling in China is the most route to elite prestige, learn out of the country presents another channel through providing a very versatile ''developed world'' citizenship. this versatile citizenship delivers the opportunity of better happiness and freedom afforded through transnational mobility, but in addition brings with it unforeseen soreness, ambivalence, and sadness. Paradise Redefined bargains insights into China's globalization by way of interpreting the expectancies and studies that have an effect on how numerous chinese language scholars make judgements approximately learning overseas, staying out of the country, immigration, and returning home.
By Michael Dietler
From the traditional close to East to modern day North the US, communal intake of foods and drinks punctuates the lifetime of human societies. Feasts serve many social reasons, setting up alliances for warfare and marriage, mobilizing hard work, developing political strength and monetary merits, and redistributing wealth.
This number of fifteen essays combines ethnographic and archaeological views to ascertain the cultural, fiscal, and political significance of feasts, contemplating conventional and sleek practices from Africa, Southeast Asia, the close to East, Polynesia, New Guinea, and the Americas. Recording varieties and amounts of meals, coaching innovations, and numbers of individuals, the ethnographers supply a lot wanted behavioral context and theoretical framework for those elaborate social interactions and try and hyperlink feasting practices to actual facts. The archaeologists study the destinations of roasting pits, hearths, and refuse deposits or the presence of particular decoartive ceramics and infer the ways that feasting traditions display social constructions of lineage, extended family, moiety, and polity.
As practices for organizing historic and glossy societies, feasts are in detail implicated within the methods of social and cultural switch. This e-book makes those rituals extra obtainable to archaeological research and interpretation.