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The Arts Of Amnesia: The Case For Audio Drama, Part Two, Neil Verma 2017 North-Western University, Chicago

The Arts Of Amnesia: The Case For Audio Drama, Part Two, Neil Verma

RadioDoc Review

This article examines what the relationship between audio drama and radio drama might illuminate about both forms. Drawing on some 40 podcasts and other audio forms that take a serial structure, I explore the rise of audio drama podcasts since 2015 and situate them in both a more recent historical context since the late 1990s and in a broader history stretching back to the first Golden Age of radio. By listening closely to key works on Serendipity, Homecoming and other podcasts, I argue that contemporary audio has profound potential to change both how we listen and how we relate to ...


Letter From The Editor, Rachel L. Wood 2017 Murray State University

Letter From The Editor, Rachel L. Wood

Steeplechase

No abstract provided.


L'Histoire De L'Art Au Défi De La Mondialisation: Une Position Critique, Paula Barreiro López 2017 Universitat de Barcelona

L'Histoire De L'Art Au Défi De La Mondialisation: Une Position Critique, Paula Barreiro López

Artl@s Bulletin

Le défi de la mondialisation et de la “décolonisation” de nos pensées est désormais une préoccupation quotidienne pour la majorité des chercheurs en histoire de l’art. Il est trop tôt pour faire le bilan du fameux « Global turn », tournant d’autant plus timide qu’il se concrétise plus lentement dans les collections publiques et dans l’opinion que dans les livres. Mais nous avons voulu interroger, un peu partout dans le monde, des acteurs à l’écoute des nouvelles pratiques mondiales en histoire de l’art. Issus de milieux culturels et de traditions universitaires variées, de générations diverses, ils ...


Art History And The Global Challenge: A Critical Perspective, Nuria Rodríguez Ortega 2017 University of Málaga

Art History And The Global Challenge: A Critical Perspective, Nuria Rodríguez Ortega

Artl@s Bulletin

The challenge of globalization and the “decolonization” of our way of thinking have become a major concern for most art historians. While it is still too early to assess the impact on the discipline of the “Global turn”—a turn that is all the more timid that it materializes more slowly in public collections and public opinions than in books—we nonetheless wanted to probe scholars who are paying close attention to the new practices in global art history. Coming from different cultural milieus and academic traditions, and belonging to different generations, they agreed to answer our questions, and to ...


L’Histoire Mondiale De L’Art, Au Défi D’Un Grand Récit, Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel 2017 Ecole normale supérieure, PSL

L’Histoire Mondiale De L’Art, Au Défi D’Un Grand Récit, Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel

Artl@s Bulletin

Pour proposer une « histoire mondiale », et pour faire honneur à toutes les productions issues de tous les continents, en particulier ceux qu’on avait méprisés, l’idéal serait d’articuler un récit lui-même mondial. Il nous faut un récit émancipé non seulement des hiérarchies propres au canon (ancien/moderne, beaux-arts/décoration, kitsch / classique), mais aussi un récit qui aille plus loin que la production de hiérarchies dont même le récit postcolonial a du mal à sortir (dominants/dominés). Comment produire un récit qui, en outre, connecte des collections « locales » et des collections « internationales » en gardant du lien entre les deux ?


The Arts Of Amnesia: The Case For Audio Drama, Part One, Neil Verma 2017 North-Western University, Chicago

The Arts Of Amnesia: The Case For Audio Drama, Part One, Neil Verma

RadioDoc Review

This article examines what the relationship between audio drama and radio drama might illuminate about both forms. Drawing on some 40 podcasts and other audio forms that take a serial structure, I explore the rise of audio drama podcasts since 2015 and situate them in both a more recent historical context since the late 1990s and in a broader history stretching back to the first Golden Age of radio. By listening closely to key works on Serendipity, Homecoming and other podcasts, I argue that contemporary audio has profound potential to change both how we listen and how we relate to ...


Six Septembers: Mathematics For The Humanist, Patrick Juola, Stephen Ramsay 2017 Duquesne University

Six Septembers: Mathematics For The Humanist, Patrick Juola, Stephen Ramsay

Zea E-Books

Scholars of all stripes are turning their attention to materials that represent enormous opportunities for the future of humanistic inquiry. The purpose of this book is to impart the concepts that underlie the mathematics they are likely to encounter and to unfold the notation in a way that removes that particular barrier completely. This book is a primer for developing the skills to enable humanist scholars to address complicated technical material with confidence. This book, to put it plainly, is concerned with the things that the author of a technical article knows, but isn’t saying. Like any field, mathematics ...


The Changing Landscape Of Peace Research: Geographic, Archival, And Digital Spaces, Shelley Rose 2017 Cleveland State University

The Changing Landscape Of Peace Research: Geographic, Archival, And Digital Spaces, Shelley Rose

Shelley Rose

This article focuses on the changing nature of the spaces, historical sources, and products of peace research. Specifically, the article explores the future of peace research after the transnational, digital, and biographical turns. It addresses the changing formats of sources generated by activists, as well as the challenges of digitizing and disseminating these sources. Finally, the article calls for increased attention to the use of digital humanities methods, particularly geographic information systems ( GIS) techniques, in peace research.


The Changing Landscape Of Peace Research: Geographic, Archival, And Digital Spaces, Shelley Rose 2017 Cleveland State University

The Changing Landscape Of Peace Research: Geographic, Archival, And Digital Spaces, Shelley Rose

History Faculty Publications

This article focuses on the changing nature of the spaces, historical sources, and products of peace research. Specifically, the article explores the future of peace research after the transnational, digital, and biographical turns. It addresses the changing formats of sources generated by activists, as well as the challenges of digitizing and disseminating these sources. Finally, the article calls for increased attention to the use of digital humanities methods, particularly geographic information systems ( GIS) techniques, in peace research.


Twenty Reasons To Publish In Dignity, Donna M. Hughes 2017 University of Rhode Island

Twenty Reasons To Publish In Dignity, Donna M. Hughes

Dignity: A Journal on Sexual Exploitation and Violence

No abstract provided.


Performer And Writer Biographies, University of Dayton 2017 University of Dayton

Performer And Writer Biographies, University Of Dayton

Season 1: The Crossroads

Names and descriptions of the performers and writers involved with this podcast series.


Questioning The Past And Possible Futures: Digital Historiography And Critical Librarianship, Heidi Jacobs, Calin Murgu 2017 University of Windsor

Questioning The Past And Possible Futures: Digital Historiography And Critical Librarianship, Heidi Jacobs, Calin Murgu

Heidi LM Jacobs

The role of history as a discipline is, as Burton and Sweeny claim, not only to transform our understanding of the past and the present but also to shape possible futures. Digital historical projects are transformative endeavors that attempt to negotiate and navigate the past and articulate these possible futures. Drawing on the foundational ideas of critical librarianship to “intervene in and disrupt” structural inequities and on examples from digital historiography, we argue for a more robust role for librarians within these transformative endeavors. In so doing, librarians can use conscious, deliberate, reflexive actions to work toward animating values central ...


Shining A Light On A University Special Collection With Data Visualization, Lisa DeLuca, Katie M. Wissel 2017 Seton Hall University

Shining A Light On A University Special Collection With Data Visualization, Lisa Deluca, Katie M. Wissel

Lisa DeLuca

The Valente Collection is a 29,000 volume special collection that bridges Italian and Italian American history, literature, religion and art. It is a unique asset for the library and the university. One concept for promoting this collection and offering insight into the holdings is visualization. This goal of this poster is to help academic librarians assess which tools are most appropriate to create visualizations of current collections. Examples of different visualization types are explained including Excel Power Map. Tableau and Datawrapper.


The Parables Of Matthew 13, Keith L. Yoder 2017 University of Massachusetts

The Parables Of Matthew 13, Keith L. Yoder

Keith L. Yoder

This is a draft discussion paper for the Alpha Christianity Seminar at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Great Lakes Biblical Society in Akron, Ohio on March 17, 2017. Here I review the distinctive parables of Matthew 13, namely the parables of the Weeds, the Hidden Treasure, the Pearl, the Fishnet, and the Householder. My focus is to examine the thesis that these parables were adapted from a prior source, often called "Special Matthew", or "M". Upon review, I find that all the essential elements of each of these parables were available for synthesis by Matthew from Mark, from Matthew ...


Digital Ekphrasis And The Uncanny: Toward A Poetics Of Augmented Reality, Robert P. Fletcher 2017 West Chester University of Pennsylvania

Digital Ekphrasis And The Uncanny: Toward A Poetics Of Augmented Reality, Robert P. Fletcher

English Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


What If I Told You?, Shyla Cummings 2017 Otterbein University

What If I Told You?, Shyla Cummings

Integrative Studies Symposium

Ms. Cumming's presentation on character and color.


When They Are Gone: How We Grieve, John Chovan 2017 Otterbein University

When They Are Gone: How We Grieve, John Chovan

Integrative Studies Symposium

Dr. Chovan reflects on his roots through the lens of grief.


Untitled, Madelyn Chennells 2017 Otterbein University

Untitled, Madelyn Chennells

Integrative Studies Symposium

An original poem on the theme of "where I come from."


Where I'M From: One, Beth R. Daugherty 2017 Otterbein University

Where I'M From: One, Beth R. Daugherty

Integrative Studies Symposium

A poem describing her Appalachian roots.


10,000 Black Women (Visual Album), Claudia Owusu 2017 Otterbein University

10,000 Black Women (Visual Album), Claudia Owusu

Integrative Studies Symposium

Claudia Owusu speaks about growing up in Ghana in both an essay and a video which she created about where she comes from.


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