Symposium ‘Sustainable reuse of buildings, the Dutch approach’Symposium ‘Sustainable reuse of buildings, the Dutch approach’
At the symposium the current Dutch situation was discussed. Since the possibilities for financing and the demand for new buildings in the Netherlands has been reduced considerably the attention for sustainable reuse of the existing building stock
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Existential Leadership: ‘Good Faith’ in Contemporary CapitalismExistential Leadership: ‘Good Faith’ in Contemporary Capitalism
Because we exist in a world of many and not one, natality, the insertion or birth of a new person or idea, provides an opportunity for freedom enacted through praxis to respond to the ongoing changes in the organizational landscape of the
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Researching fakes: practicing anthropology out of the corner of one’s eyeResearching fakes: practicing anthropology out of the corner of one’s eye
This is a method of capturing something that is not discussed straightforwardly, something that quickly turns from visible into invisible. At the same time, it is an attitude in which discretion and respect mingle with diffidence
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Fatal Females: Setting the Record \Fatal Females: Setting the Record 'Straight'
Mann, Coramae Richey. When Women Kill. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996. $19. 95.
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Sartorial Robotics by Adam WhitonSartorial Robotics by Adam Whiton
Submitted to the Program in Media Arts and Sciences, School of Architecture and Planning
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Mayan Technology, Hacktivist Performance: the Electronic Disturbance TheatreMayan Technology, Hacktivist Performance: the Electronic Disturbance Theatre
Subcomandante Marcos, delivering a communiqué. Completing this unusual technoir performance, we find another actor, upper stage center, on a platform, reading a rather grave narrative about contemporary information warfare, netwar
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Writing an EssayWriting an Essay
But experience teaches us that very few students have thought about the issue carefully and have developed a successful solution to the problems involved. Hopefully this guide will help them to approach the question in an intelligent way
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I don’t Want to Hear’: hiv, aids and the Power of Words in Bushbuckridge, South Africa [1]I don’t Want to Hear’: hiv, aids and the Power of Words in Bushbuckridge, South Africa [1]
Moreover, hiv/aids has brought about new transnational identities and forms of therapeutic citizenship, based on common plight and mutal obligations (Nguyen 2005)
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Choices: The ability to make decisions concerning the way a person lives their lifeChoices: The ability to make decisions concerning the way a person lives their life
Constraints: Limits on the ability of people and groups to make decisions over various facets of their lives
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Augustus’ marble city: Fact or Fiction? An essay about the significance of Augustus’ statement by Suetonius, that he found a Rome of brick and left it in marbleAugustus’ marble city: Fact or Fiction? An essay about the significance of Augustus’ statement by Suetonius, that he found a Rome of brick and left it in marble
An essay about the significance of Augustus’ statement by Suetonius, that he found a Rome of brick and left it in marble
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1 The Jean Monnet Program1 The Jean Monnet Program
States are outsourcing their functions to commonly established international or supranational agencies which often originate autonomous legal orders and, in some cases, even claim constitutional status
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Some may beg to differSome may beg to differ
In truth less confident. This presentation should be viewed as a work in progress. 1 No doubt the argument outlined below requires further development and, of course
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Biopolitical HadoukenBiopolitical Hadouken
Foucault 86 (Michel, Legend and famous French philosopher, Of Other Spaces, Diacritics Vol. 16, No. 1, Spring 1986, Trans. Jay Miskowiec) la
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Emancipation as social equality: Subaltern politics in contemporary India Indrajit Roy AbstractEmancipation as social equality: Subaltern politics in contemporary India Indrajit Roy Abstract
The ethnography reveals that, for the Musahar laborers, ideas of emancipation are anchored in reclamations of social equality rather than a telos of state-centered citizenship
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Kuru, aids, and witchcraft: reconfiguring culpability in melanesia and africaKuru, aids, and witchcraft: reconfiguring culpability in melanesia and africa
The comparison enables us to see witchcraft accusations as a means of reconfiguring culpability, cutting certain networks, and strengthened other existing configurations
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