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Philosophical And Cultural Theories Of Music

Author : Eduardo De La Fuente
ISBN : 9789004184343
Genre : Philosophy
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This collection brings together philosophers, sociologists, musicologists and students of culture who theorize music through cultural practices as diverse as opera and classical music, jazz and pop, avant-garde and DIY musical cultures, music festivals and isolated listening through the iPod, rock in urban heritage and the piano in East Asia.
Category: Philosophy

Modelling The Future

Author : Martin Lawn
ISBN : 9781873927274
Genre : Education
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The role of World Exhibitions in the 19th and early 20th centuries was to confirm a relation between the nation state and modernity. As a display about industries, inventions and identities, the Exhibition, in a sense, put entire nations into an elevated, viewable space. It is a significant element in modernity as comparisons can be made, progress is assumed and the future can be made manageable. The Exhibition links the national and local, with the international and global. Nationalism and internationalism are in tension in the space, and so is the relation between government, business and media. The educational dimension of Exhibitions is an area of research rich in possibilities for historians of education. It is a dimension of comparative education which illuminates classifications and genealogies, networks and audiences, cross border industries of education, and the factors which shape discursive and technical exchanges. Displays of education objects can be read as demonstrations of modernity in education and schooling. They were catalogues of the future.
Category: Education

The Opera Fanatic

Author : Claudio E. Benzecry
ISBN : 9780226043425
Genre : Music
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Though some dismiss opera as old-fashioned, it shows no sign of disappearing from the world's stage. So why do audiences continue to flock to it? Opera lovers are an intense lot, Benzecry discovers in his look at the fanatics who haunt the legendary Colón Opera House in Buenos Aires.
Category: Music

Restos Inmortales

Author : María Gabriela Muniz
ISBN : UCAL:X75310
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The Jaguar And The Priest

Author : Pedro Pitarch
ISBN : NWU:35556040798852
Genre : Social Science
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In contrast to western notions of the soul as the essence or most native part of a human being, the Tzeltal-speaking Indians of Chiapas, Mexico, regard the soul first and foremost as an Other. Made up of beings that personify the antithesis of their native selves--animals such as hummingbirds or jaguars, atmospheric phenomena like lightning bolts or rainbows, or spirits of European appearance such as Catholic priests or evangelical musicians--Tzeltal souls represent the maximum expression of that which is alien. And because their souls enfold that which is outside and Other, the Tzeltal contain within themselves the history of their relationship with Europeans from the beginning of the Spanish conquest to the present time. Thus, to understand the Indian self opens a window into the Tzeltal conception of culture and community, their notions of identity and alterity, and their interpretation of interethnic relations and types of historical memory. In this pathfinding ethnography, which was originally published in Spanish in 1996 as Ch'ulel: una etnograf�a de las almas tzeltales and is now extensively rewritten and amplified in English, Pedro Pitarch offers a new understanding of indigenous concepts of the soul, personhood, and historical memory in highland Chiapas. Exploring numerous aspects of indigenous culture and history--medicine and shamanism, geography and cosmology, and politics and kinship among them--he engages in a radical rethinking of classic issues in Mesoamerican anthropology, such as ethnicity and alterity, community and tradition, and change and permanence.
Category: Social Science

Curriculum Studies In Brazil

Author : W. Pinar
ISBN : 9780230118065
Genre : Education
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This collection, comprised of chapters focused on the intellectual histories and present circumstances of curriculum studies in Brazil, is Pinar's summary of exchanges (occurring over a two-year period) between the authors and members of an International Panel (scholars working in Finland, South Africa, the United States).
Category: Education

Dispositio

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105122308518
Genre : Semiotics
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Category: Semiotics

El Problema Del Conocimiento En Nicol S De Cusa

Author : Jorge Mario Machetta
ISBN : 9507865020
Genre : Knowledge, Theory of
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Este texto presenta por primera vez en el área latinoamericana un calificado conjunto de estudios acerca del pensamiento de Nicolás de Cusa (1401-1464) expuestos en las jornadas del Primer Congreso Internacional Cusano de Latinoamérica celebrado en Buenos Aires del 1 al 4 de junio de 2004.
Category: Knowledge, Theory of

Ci Ncia E Cultura

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105011766859
Genre : Brazil
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Category: Brazil

O Fiador Dos Brasileiros

Author : Keila Grinberg
ISBN : UOM:39015056195285
Genre : Brazil
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Faz da trajetória de Antônio P. Rebouças a porta de entrada para se compreender o mundo dos advogados no século XIX, suas ligações com a política e com os grandes debates de seu tempo : a cidadania, o fim da escravidão e a constituição de direitos civis para africanos e seus descendentes.
Category: Brazil

Lost For Words

Author : Goetz Frank Ottmann
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173012459273
Genre : History
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Based on in-depth interviews and participant observation, Lost for Words? investigates the rise and decline of progressive Catholic grassroots activism in its drive for social justice in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Category: History

Archaeoastronomy

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105123805520
Genre : Archaeoastronomy
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Adriana Varej O

Author : Adriana Varejão
ISBN : STANFORD:36105217858591
Genre : Art, Brazilian
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Esta publicação bilíngue reúne os trabalhos de Adriana Varejão e conta com cinco ensaios críticos de autores como Silviano Santiago, Lilia Moritz Schwarcz, Karl Erik Schøllhammer, Luiz Camillo Osorio e Zalinda Cartaxo. Este volume oferece ao leitor um panorama da trajetória da artista, passando pelas influências barrocas, pelo azul dos azulejos e dos mares e pelos quadros em carne viva.
Category: Art, Brazilian

Revista Letras

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ISBN : UOM:39015066108914
Genre : Brazilian literature
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Bolet N Americanista

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ISBN : UCBK:C081603711
Genre : America
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Category: America