Blood, Organs And Other Tissues For Sale: Diamela Eltit's Impuesto A La Carne And The Afterwards Of The Neoliberal Development In Latin America., 2012 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Blood, Organs And Other Tissues For Sale: Diamela Eltit's Impuesto A La Carne And The Afterwards Of The Neoliberal Development In Latin America., Wanda I. Ocasio- Rivera
Hispanic Studies Publications
Blood, organs and other tissues for sale: Diamela Eltit's Impuesto a la carne and the afterwards of the neoliberal development in Latin America.
As Marx elaborated in Capital: Volume I at the moment human labour is sold, the subject participates in an ominous plot where she/he becomes a commodity. In a capitalist mode of production, the subject’s alienation from his/her humanity occurs because the individuals can only express labor through a privately-owned system of production in which he/she is an instrument, an object. This dehumanization process submits the subject under the exchange transactions of ...
Angela Ciaverella, Nostra Bisnonna, 2012 University of Rhode Island
Angela Ciaverella, Nostra Bisnonna, Michael C. Vocino
michael c vocino
Family history of an individual's great grandmother who lived in a small village in the Gargano of Italy's Mezzogiorno.
On Translating Burns: A Heavenly Paradise And Two Versions Of "A Red, Red, Rose", 2012 Università Ca' Foscari, Venice
On Translating Burns: A Heavenly Paradise And Two Versions Of "A Red, Red, Rose", Marco Fazzini
Studies in Scottish Literature
Discusses, and prints, two different verse-translations from Scots into Italian of Robert Burns's well-known song "O, My Luve is Like a Red, Red, Rose," with brief comment on earlier Italian Burns translations. .
Governing Gorée: France In West Africa Following The Seven Years' War, 2012 Brigham Young University - Provo
Governing Gorée: France In West Africa Following The Seven Years' War, Andrew G. Skabelund
All Theses and Dissertations
In 1763, France had just suffered a devastating loss to the British in the Seven Years' War. In almost an instant, France's claims to West Africa shrank to the tiny island of Gorée off the coast of Senegal and a few trading posts on the mainland. This drastic reversal of fortunes forced France to reevaluate its place in the world and rethink its overall imperial objectives and colonial strategies, and in an effort to regroup, the French Empire sent a new governor, Pierre François Guillaume Poncet de la Rivière, on a mission to regain its foothold in West Africa ...
The "Light Of The Intellect": Botticelli's Drawings For Dante's Divine Comedy, 2012 The University of San Francisco
The "Light Of The Intellect": Botticelli's Drawings For Dante's Divine Comedy, Kelsey Fox
Creative Activity and Research Day - CARD
Dante’s Divine Comedy had a substantial history of illustration before Sandro Botticelli (1444/5-1510) was commissioned by Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco de’ Medici to produce 102 drawings to accompany the text. Botticelli is often described as a studious, humanist artist, incorporating his understanding of classical texts and observational knowledge into his works. This research paper will explore the innovative nature of Botticelli’s series of drawings, especially as it relates to his graphic style, varying modes of composition, and conceptual priorities. It will also analyze the conceptual differences between the Inferno and Paradiso.
Knightly Bird Vows: A Case Study In Late Medieval Courtly Culture, 2012 Brigham Young University - Provo
Knightly Bird Vows: A Case Study In Late Medieval Courtly Culture, Liel Y. Boyce
All Theses and Dissertations
In the late Middle Ages, there was a series of instances wherein knights vowed upon birds. Two of these, the first and the last, are historical events: The Feast of the Swans with Edward I in England on 22 May 1306 and the Feast of the Pheasant with Philip the Good in the duchy of Burgundy on 17 February 1454. Edward I held the Feast of the Swans as part of his son's dubbing ceremony, including the entire court taking vows on two swans. The Feast of the Pheasant was an elaborate banquet that Philip the Good used to ...
Vincenzo Has Died, 2012 University of Rhode Island
Vincenzo Has Died, Michael C. Vocino
Technical Services Department Faculty Publications
Short story of life and a death in a Southern Italian town.
Redemption In The Life And Work Of Camille Claudel, 2012 Brigham Young University - Provo
Redemption In The Life And Work Of Camille Claudel, Haleigh Heaps Burgon
All Theses and Dissertations
Camille Claudel is a sculptor who has traditionally been approached in terms of her relationship to Rodin and his influence on her work. Indeed, the two shared a passionate relationship and there are certainly similarities between the two sculptors' work which provide for fascinating analyses. However, one of the acknowledged but previously unexplored speculations on Claudel's art suggests that it involves a measure of veiled spirituality sealed within its stone. It is precisely this sacred element within her sculptures that offers viewers an opportunity to experience transcendence while identifying with fundamental themes. Furthermore, Claudel created her figures as a ...
A Comparative Analysis Of Text Usage And Composition In Goscinny's Le Petit Nicolas, Goscinny's Astérix, And Albert Uderzo's Astérix, 2012 Brigham Young University - Provo
A Comparative Analysis Of Text Usage And Composition In Goscinny's Le Petit Nicolas, Goscinny's Astérix, And Albert Uderzo's Astérix, Dennis Scott Meyer
All Theses and Dissertations
The goal of this thesis is to analyze the textual composition of René Goscinny’s Astérix and Le petit Nicolas, demonstrating how they differ and why. Taking a statistical look at the comparative qualities of each series of works, the structural differences and similarities in language use in these two series and their respective media are highlighted and compared. Though one might expect more complicated language use in traditional text by virtue of its format, analysis of average word length, average sentence length, lexical diversity, the prevalence of specific forms (the passé composé, possessive pronouns, etc.), and preferred collocations (ils ...
Futurism In Venezuela: Arturo Uslar Pietri And The Reviews Indice And Válvula, 2012 Binghamton University
Futurism In Venezuela: Arturo Uslar Pietri And The Reviews Indice And Válvula, Giovanna Montenegro
Comparative Literature Faculty Scholarship
The short-lived revue válvula, published in Caracas in 1928, was symbolic of the cursory invasion of Futurism into Venezuela, and of the fate of the avant-garde in that country between the 1920s and 1930s. At a time, when the nation was struggling to shake itself from the patriarchal influence of the caudillo Juan Vincente Gómez (1857-1935), and was simultaneously on the eve of a shift from an agricultural to an oil-based economy, artistic avant-garde movements arrived in cultural centres such as Caracas and Maracaibo not with the boom and thunder appropriate to war-loving Futurism but, rather, trickled in slowly, gradually ...
The Mother, The Beloved, And The Third Woman—Symbolic Exchanges: A Literary Model In Nievo, Tarchetti, And Svevo, 2012 University of Colorado at Boulder
The Mother, The Beloved, And The Third Woman—Symbolic Exchanges: A Literary Model In Nievo, Tarchetti, And Svevo, Angela Polidori-Scordo-Noya
Comparative Literature Graduate Theses & Dissertations
The process of representation, which has been diagnosed at the root of our Western drive to know, according to modern thinkers, is inseparable from the imperial speaking subject. Such realization has led to a crisis in subjectivity that has forced us to question notions that in the past have anchored our sense of legitimacy. In literature, this crisis has been articulated as the dissolutions of the paternal fiction, understood as the guarantor of our heritage. In response to this crisis, however, we have turned away from the parental metaphor and searched for new spaces in which this loss can be ...
The Political Persecution Of A Poet: A Detail Of Dante's Exile, 2012 Parkland College
The Political Persecution Of A Poet: A Detail Of Dante's Exile, Jason Ader
A with Honors Projects
Durante degli Alighieri, known throughout the world as simply Dante, was a fourteenth century Italian poet, philosopher, literary theorist, and politician. He is best known for his epic Commedia, which was later dubbed The Divine Comedy. Commedia is generally considered the greatest Italian literary work and a masterpiece of world literature. Due to the turbulent political atmosphere of his time and place, Dante spent over a third of his life living in exile. This paper will explore the details of Dante's exile and the influence that it had upon his work.
The Strange Career Of The Biblia Rabbinica Among Christian Hebraists, 1517–1620, 2012 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
The Strange Career Of The Biblia Rabbinica Among Christian Hebraists, 1517–1620, Stephen G. Burnett
Faculty Publications, Classics and Religious Studies Department
The Rabbinic Bible became a standard reference tool, above all for Protestant Hebraists during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. It contained not only the Hebrew Bible text, but also Aramaic-language Targums (periphrastic translations of the biblical text, mostly dating from before 500) and Jewish biblical commentaries written between ca. 1100 and 1500. To use these works required that a Christian Hebraist know not only the language of the Bible, but also Targumic Aramaic and medieval Hebrew, which was rather different from biblical or mishnaic Hebrew. For Christian scholars who mastered these languages and were able to read these different texts ...
Poliziano And The Language Of Lament From Isaac To Layolle, 2012 Dickinson College
Poliziano And The Language Of Lament From Isaac To Layolle, Blake Mcdowell Wilson
Faculty and Staff Publications By Year
In Florence around 1475, the manner preferred by the city’s literati for performing Tuscan poetry would have been solo, improvisatory song. By 1525, the polyphonic madrigal had become the pre-eminent vehicle. This is a striking development since solo singing was a venerable Florentine practice intimately tied to its literary history, and this same literary history—particularly the late Quattrocento refinement of Tuscan vernacular poetry as cultivated by Angelo Poliziano and other poets in Lorenzo’s circles—was celebrated in the early Cinquecento academies that fostered the early madrigal. There is every indication that relations between poetry and music during ...
Close To The Source, 2011 University of New Orleans
Close To The Source, Meghan E. Mccormack
University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations
Close to the Source is comprised of a series of nonfiction vignettes about the artisan, agricultural, and culinary methods of Italy. In Close to the Source the human relationship with nature, food, and art is reexamined while a series of rich characters help bring the material to life. Through interviews, research, and first-hand experiences, the author attempts to archive fading artisan and food-related techniques and rituals. In the process, a cultural critique about the importance of the practical arts in contemporary times emerges. The thesis contains four sections: Terra/Land; Art and Artisans; Pane/Bread; and Compagnia/Company.
Adolphe Nourrit, Gilbert Duprez, And The High C: The Influences Of Operatic Plots, Culture, Language, Theater Design, And Growth Of Orchestral Forces On The Development Of The Operatic Tenor Vocal Production, 2011 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Adolphe Nourrit, Gilbert Duprez, And The High C: The Influences Of Operatic Plots, Culture, Language, Theater Design, And Growth Of Orchestral Forces On The Development Of The Operatic Tenor Vocal Production, Micheal Lee Smith Jr.
UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones
The operatic tenor voice has evolved from a variety of influences. This document identifies four influences involved in the development of the operatic tenor voice and describes their impact on performance practices including the chest voice high C (C5). Modern tenors’ performance practices originate in the nineteenth century ascendance of an Italian singing technique. This particular singing technique achieved popularity when Gilbert Duprez sang the role of Arnold in Rossini’s Guillaume Tell with a do di petto (i.e. from-the-chest) production of sound rather than the mix of falsetto and head voice that was traditional at the time. The ...
Popular Italian Cinema: Culture And Politics In A Postwar Society, 2011 Selected Works
Popular Italian Cinema: Culture And Politics In A Postwar Society, Flavia Brizio-Skov
With its monsters, vampires and cowboys, Italian popular culture in the postwar period has generally been dismissed as a form of evasion or escapism. Here, four international scholars re-examine and reinterpret the era to show that popular Italian cinema was not only in tune with contemporary political and social trends, it also presaged the turmoil and rebellion of the 1960s and 1970s. Their analysis of peplum (or 'sword and sandal') films, horror films, spaghetti westerns and comedy Italian-style shows how genre cinema reflected the changes wrought by modernization, urbanization, consumerist culture and the sexual revolution. With striking insights into the ...
Autobiographical Accounts For A Non-Jewish Friend: Joseph Attias' Letters To L.A. Muratori, 2011 Queens College (CUNY)
Autobiographical Accounts For A Non-Jewish Friend: Joseph Attias' Letters To L.A. Muratori, Francesca Bregoli
Early Modern Workshop: Resources in Jewish History
The Livornese Jewish scholar Joseph Attias (1672-1739) is known for his contributions to eighteenth-century Tuscan culture as a book collector and mediator. Attias sent two autobiographical letters to a beloved correspondent, renowned Modenese historian Ludovico Antonio Muratori, in 1724 and 1733. This presentation will analyze the documents as self-conscious life narratives and examples of early Enlightenment self-fashioning that shed light on the strategies employed by a Jewish member of the Republic of Letters to present his formative years, his training, and his achievements to one of the most esteemed representatives of eighteenth-century Italian culture.
This presentation is for the following ...
Italianization Of Emigration To Canada: Or, What Is The Role Of The Italies Outside Of Italy?, 2011 Santa Clara Univeristy
Italianization Of Emigration To Canada: Or, What Is The Role Of The Italies Outside Of Italy?, Eveljn Ferraro
Modern Languages & Literature
In Migrancy, Culture, Identity Iain Chambers observes that present-day critical thought frequently adopts metaphors of movement, migration, maps, travel, and sometimes tourism to describe and explain the encounter with people and cultures that the European rationale is no longer able to domesticate in an era of increasing globalization. Chambers himself uses the metaphor of journey to represent this encounter and, taking on Said' s reflections on exile and his idea that homes are always provisional, 1 he states that the questions we meet en route displace our terms of reference, which are the certainty of the point of departure and ...
L'Alchimie Dans Le Songe De Poliphile, 2011 University of New Orleans
L'Alchimie Dans Le Songe De Poliphile, Denis M. Augier
Denis M Augier
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