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On My 40th Birthday, Lori Dabbagh Dec 2005

On My 40th Birthday, Lori Dabbagh

The Angle

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Petite Chronique Topographique Et Historique Sur Les Déplacements De La Maison Mère Des Soeurs Missionnaires Du Saint-Esprit, Paul Girolet Dec 2005

Petite Chronique Topographique Et Historique Sur Les Déplacements De La Maison Mère Des Soeurs Missionnaires Du Saint-Esprit, Paul Girolet

Mémoire Spiritaine

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Contents (Volume 6), Robert Penn Warren Studies Dec 2005

Contents (Volume 6), Robert Penn Warren Studies

Robert Penn Warren Studies

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Index Dec 2005

Index

Présence Francophone: Revue internationale de langue et de littérature

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Art Libraries Society Of North America / Southeast Chapter 21st Annual Lopresti Award For Outstanding Art Publishing In The Southeast 2005 Dec 2005

Art Libraries Society Of North America / Southeast Chapter 21st Annual Lopresti Award For Outstanding Art Publishing In The Southeast 2005

The Southeastern Librarian

Museums and galleries, educational institutions, libraries, organizations, and commercial presses are encouraged to submit publications for consideration for the 21st annual LoPresti Award for Outstanding Art Publishing in the Southeast.


The Responsibility To Protect, Romeo Dallaire Dec 2005

The Responsibility To Protect, Romeo Dallaire

New England Journal of Public Policy

From the EPIIC Symposium, Sovereignty & Intervention, at Tufts University in February 2003: Focuses on the responsibility to protect humanity. Experiences during the Rwandan catastrophe; Resolvability of humanitarian catastrophes with security problems; Several ways on how to intervene in the problem.


Full Issue, No Author Dec 2005

Full Issue, No Author

Verbum

This is the full issue of Volume 3, Issue 1 of Verbum, published in Fall 2005 by the REST Club at St. John Fisher College. Articles from this issue are available as separate PDFs at http://fisherpub.sjfc.edu/verbum/vol3/iss1/


Other Gods, Carl Dates Dec 2005

Other Gods, Carl Dates

Verbum

In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

"Siddarta G, he might have sat underneath his bodhi tree, With the thoughts running in and out of his head. And then he said; “I think what the world needs is a good teacher, a good preacher,” “someone who could lay it all down for them.” And then he thought; “Why not me? I could be that man as well as anybody else could Be! Why not me? I’ll go and show them what they need to set them all free.” Because it’s about time that ...


Singing In The Ear Canal, Gail Waldstein Dec 2005

Singing In The Ear Canal, Gail Waldstein

The Iowa Review

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Mollusk & Evening, Debora Kuan Dec 2005

Mollusk & Evening, Debora Kuan

The Iowa Review

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Love Sonnets: Taking The First Two Lines Of Zora Cross's "Love Sonnets" And..., John Kinsella Dec 2005

Love Sonnets: Taking The First Two Lines Of Zora Cross's "Love Sonnets" And..., John Kinsella

The Iowa Review

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Cold-Fire, Ann Joslin Williams Dec 2005

Cold-Fire, Ann Joslin Williams

The Iowa Review

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Empty Similes, Bob Hicok Dec 2005

Empty Similes, Bob Hicok

The Iowa Review

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Suez War: Alexandria, 1956, Gregory Djanikian Dec 2005

Suez War: Alexandria, 1956, Gregory Djanikian

The Iowa Review

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Ode To Stegosaurus, Roy Jacobstein Dec 2005

Ode To Stegosaurus, Roy Jacobstein

The Iowa Review

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On The Thing, Donald Berger Dec 2005

On The Thing, Donald Berger

The Iowa Review

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Odd And Full Of Love: Northampton County Asylum, 1863, Adam Clay Dec 2005

Odd And Full Of Love: Northampton County Asylum, 1863, Adam Clay

The Iowa Review

No abstract provided.


Selected Bibliography Of German-Language Books In Media, Communication, And Cultural Studies (2000-2005), Martin Grimm Dec 2005

Selected Bibliography Of German-Language Books In Media, Communication, And Cultural Studies (2000-2005), Martin Grimm

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

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Television And Politics In The Former East Germany, Claudia Dittmar Dec 2005

Television And Politics In The Former East Germany, Claudia Dittmar

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

In her paper, "Television and Politics in the Former East Germany," Claudia Dittmar analyzes how in the former East Germany (GDR) while television audience was restricted severly by government, at the same time West German broadcasts acquired a substantial audience and what the impact of these broadcasts had on the audience. West German television programs enjoyed a high level of popularity with the East German population, thereby posing the greatest competition to the GDR's own television stations. As a result, GDR television was forced to counteract the impact of West German television. Dittmar discusses how the West German media ...


Mental Models Of Communication And Television Advertising, Detlev Nothnagel, Gilda Vera Aguirre Dec 2005

Mental Models Of Communication And Television Advertising, Detlev Nothnagel, Gilda Vera Aguirre

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

In their paper, "Mental Models of Communication and Television Advertising," Detlev Nothnagel and Gilda Vera Aguirre discuss the question whether and if so, how and to what extent television advertisement spots differ cross-culturally. In contrast to the majority of studies on this topic, Nothnagel and Aguirre concentrate on a protocol-based formal analysis that is statistically oriented. In a more general perspective, the relation between face-to-face communication and communication mediated by technology is scrutinized. Provided that there are important differences, one hypothesis would be that they originate in habits of communication older than those found in technically-mediated communication. That would, at ...


An Analysis Of Websites Of Bi-National Heterosexual Couples, Sadashivam Rao Dec 2005

An Analysis Of Websites Of Bi-National Heterosexual Couples, Sadashivam Rao

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

In his paper "An Analysis of Websites of Bi-national Heterosexual Couples," Sadashivam Rao discusses the design of world wide web homepages of bi-national couples. Rao shows how such websites become locations of the re-invention of notions of culture, generating a particular practice of representation, namely that of "hyphenating." Rao contends that the subjects of personal homepages enter the domain of the internet as entities already embedded in many other domains of discourse such as those of nationalism, culture, and media. Further, Rao proposes that this specific genre of websites reflects traces of these discourses. Of course, in the process of ...


Preemption, Prevention And Predation: Why The Bush Strategy Is Dangerous, Henry Shue Dec 2005

Preemption, Prevention And Predation: Why The Bush Strategy Is Dangerous, Henry Shue

Philosophic Exchange

In September of 2002, the administration of President George W. Bush announced its policy of preemption. This policy is actually equivalent to a policy of preventive war. The principal difficulty with this policy is that it will incite fear in governments who would not otherwise attack us, and thereby incite them to hostile action. Thus the policy actually makes the world a more dangerous place.


Media Icons Of War And The Instrumentalisation Of Images In Us-American Media Today, Reinhold Viehoff Dec 2005

Media Icons Of War And The Instrumentalisation Of Images In Us-American Media Today, Reinhold Viehoff

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

In his paper "Media Icons of War and the Instrumenalisation of Images in US-American Media Today," Reinhold Viehoff argues that the destruction of Saddam Hussein's statue in Baghdad in April 2004 by the US army represents an attempt to instrumentalise the logic of mass media as a strategy of public diplomacy. Viehoff explains the logic of mass media and public diplomacy of the US government and US media today in the context of the history of the destruction of monuments as played out on the landscape of media during and following the demise of the Soviet empire. Viehoff proposes ...


New Books In German Media And Communication Studies, Martin Grimm Dec 2005

New Books In German Media And Communication Studies, Martin Grimm

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

No abstract provided.


Introduction To Media And Communication Studies At The University Of Halle-Wittenberg, Reinhold Viehoff Dec 2005

Introduction To Media And Communication Studies At The University Of Halle-Wittenberg, Reinhold Viehoff

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

No abstract provided.


Towards A Theory Of Emotional Communication, Anne Bartsch, Susanne Hübner Dec 2005

Towards A Theory Of Emotional Communication, Anne Bartsch, Susanne Hübner

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

In their paper, "Towards a Theory of Emotional Communication," Anne Bartsch and Susanne Hübner outline a model of emotional communication where emotional communication is conceptualized as a process of mutual influence between the emotions of communication partners. To elaborate this general notion further, four working definitions of emotional communication are introduced, each of which is based on a different theory of emotions. In the second part of the paper, an integrative framework is proposed that reconciles the four working definitions and their underlying theories of emotion. According to this framework, emotional communication comprises three interrelated levels of complexity: 1) innate ...


Aesthetics And Audiovisual Metaphors In Media Perception, Kathrin Fahlenbrach Dec 2005

Aesthetics And Audiovisual Metaphors In Media Perception, Kathrin Fahlenbrach

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

In her paper, "Aesthetics and Audiovisual Metaphors in Media Perception," Kathrin Fahlenbrach presents a model of audiovisual analysis where focus is on audiovisual aesthetics perceived physically and affectively. Fahlenbrach starts out from the assumption that image and sound are inseparable in audiovisual media and must be treated as a unit, a "synchresis" (Chion). Fahlenbrach proposes that only this premise is able to cover the pre-consciously perceived elements sufficiently, namely the sensorial and affective structures of audiovisual aesthetics. Fahlenbrach articulates some aspects for an audiovisual aesthetics that concentrate on the interfaces between audiovisual perception and audiovisual design and employs to this ...


The Canonization Of German-Language Digital Literature, Florian Hartling Dec 2005

The Canonization Of German-Language Digital Literature, Florian Hartling

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

In his paper, "The Canonization of German-language Digital Literature," Florian Hartling discusses "Net Literature," a relatively young phenomenon, that has its roots in experimental visual and concrete poetry and hypertext. With the use of new media technology, this new genre of literature has acquired much interest and is now considered to be one of the most important influences in contemporary art. Not only does Net Literature connect sound, video, and animation with interactivity and allows new forms of artistic expression, it also impacts significantly on the traditional functions of the literary system. Hartling suggests that, in relation to Net Literature ...


A New Look At Robert J. Flaherty's Documentary Art, Gerhard Lampe Dec 2005

A New Look At Robert J. Flaherty's Documentary Art, Gerhard Lampe

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

In his paper, "A New Look at Robert J. Flaherty's Documentary Art," Gerhard Lampe challenges the general view of documentary film director Robert J. Flaherty's work. In film studies, it is generally assumed that Flaherty ignored cinematographic developments and kept repeating himself by telling his stories of mythical battles of the individual against the powers of nature in always the same old-fashioned way. He is said to have improved his "photographic eye" with the help of improved lenses and more detailed shots; nevertheless, he did not show any interest in editing problems and sound recording. By comparing Flaherty ...


Imre Kertész's Nobel Prize, Public Discourse, And The Media, Steven Tötösy De Zepetnek Dec 2005

Imre Kertész's Nobel Prize, Public Discourse, And The Media, Steven Tötösy De Zepetnek

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek, in his paper, "Imre Kertész's Nobel Prize, Public Discourse, and the Media," discusses aspects of media coverage in German-, Hungarian-, and English-language newspapers and magazines of the 2002 Nobel Prize in Literature, awarded to Imre Kertész. The perspective of Tötösy's analysis is to gauge the importance and impact of media coverage comparatively in the three cultural and media landscapes. Based on selected examples from newspapers and magazines with an international scope, Tötösy argues that the reception of Kertész's Nobel Prize suggests the convergence of the media (as the message) and the contents of ...