Where do we go from here?Where do we go from here?
Neuromancer articulates a motion inward, its attention focused upon subtle interiors; it is implosive rather than expansive, choosing to examine how technology affects the universe of self, individual consciousness
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The Materiality Of Mediating MusicThe Materiality Of Mediating Music
Rather, mediating technology may be considered a central and defining trait of popular music. Hence, pointing to a state of ‘before’ or ‘outside’ of mediation
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Quote as: Hamnett, C. and Shoval, N. (2003) \Quote as: Hamnett, C. and Shoval, N. (2003) 'Museums as 'Flagships' of Urban Development', in L. M. Hoffman, D. Judd and S. S. Fainstein (eds.), Cities and Visitors: Regulating People, Markets, and City Space
Once it [the museum] was a place that had instruction and the propagation of a particular view of the world as its underpinning. Now it [the museum] has come to be seen as an urban landmark – a replacement for the missing agora
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Weeks 3 – 4 Assignment Schedule *noteWeeks 3 – 4 Assignment Schedule *note
Note: All page numbers are from Signs of Life in the usa unless otherwise indicated. This schedule is tentative and subject to change. Please be responsible in keeping up with any updates announced in class
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What Was Abstract Art? (From the Point of View of Hegel) byWhat Was Abstract Art? (From the Point of View of Hegel) by
The endlessly disputed category of modernism itself and its eventual fate seems at issue
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Eng 2300 Film Analysis Spring 2015 Section 6015 mwf 5/t e1-E3 (screenings)Eng 2300 Film Analysis Spring 2015 Section 6015 mwf 5/t e1-E3 (screenings)
Nevertheless, the main purpose of this class is to learn how to write elegantly about a given film’s style and structure. To that end, we will devote time to writing instruction and workshopping
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Nguyễn’s Tale of Kiều as Post-colonial ClassicNguyễn’s Tale of Kiều as Post-colonial Classic
Spivak’s meditation on the subaltern or Fourth World peoples who, although excluded from the demesne of the nation-state, understood the total system well enough to turn the latter’s logic against itself
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English 247-001: Literature and the Human ExperienceEnglish 247-001: Literature and the Human Experience
Locust between Maryland and Frederick. Additional readings will be available on D2L or provided by the instructor
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Dr Clare Birchall, Phd cultural Studies Critical Methodologies, Jan 2013 forthcomingDr Clare Birchall, Phd cultural Studies Critical Methodologies, Jan 2013 forthcoming
E-transparency, narrative-interpretive disclosure, data, societies of control, WikiLeaks
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Victorian Literature and GlobalizationVictorian Literature and Globalization
By the year 1900, a quarter of the earth’s surface was ruled by England and more than four hundred million people called Victoria their queen, whether they wanted to or not
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New York University Department of English Spring 2013 Course Lists and DescriptionsNew York University Department of English Spring 2013 Course Lists and Descriptions
Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451. Each week we will do a close reading of a novella; we will also read a novel in weekly installments. During the course of the semester a short story will be examined as a point of comparison
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International law identity; And Social Forms Supervised by Prof. David Kennedy First SessionInternational law identity; And Social Forms Supervised by Prof. David Kennedy First Session
Second Session The Origins Of International Law; The Colonial Encounter; International Law, Colonialism And Difference; Third World Approaches To International Law
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Syllabus m. A. Honours and M. A. Honours with Research in English semesters III & IVSyllabus m. A. Honours and M. A. Honours with Research in English semesters III & IV
To historicize early English Studies curricula at the centre and margins of empire
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Author’s Note: This article is a revised version of a paper printed in the 2003Author’s Note: This article is a revised version of a paper printed in the 2003
Author’s Note: This article is a revised version of a paper printed in the 2003 Philippine Studies (51: 599-643), an issue devoted to the history of the book
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Graduate Exam Reading List Aesthetic and Critical TheoryGraduate Exam Reading List Aesthetic and Critical Theory
Burke, Edmund. A philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and the Beautiful
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