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Salmon Aquaculture, Cuisine And Cultural Disruption In Chiloe, Philip Hayward 2010 Southern Cross University

Salmon Aquaculture, Cuisine And Cultural Disruption In Chiloe, Philip Hayward

Professor Philip Hayward

La Isla Grande de Chiloe, located off the southern coast of Chile, is the second largest island on the Pacific coast of South America.1 2002 census figures identified the population of the island and its smaller outliers (henceforth referred to collectively as Chiloe as close to 155,000,2 representing approximately 1% of Chile’s overall population. An undeveloped regional ‘backwater’ for most of the 19th and 20th centuries, Chiloe has risen to play an increasingly prominent role in the national economy since the establishment of commercial salmon aquaculture in the region in the early 1980s. This article examines ...


Bluebird, Holly Butchyk 2010 Trinity College

Bluebird, Holly Butchyk

Holly Butchyk

No abstract provided.


Two Hours: 15 Minutes, Holly Butchyk 2010 Trinity College

Two Hours: 15 Minutes, Holly Butchyk

Holly Butchyk

No abstract provided.


The Pot, Holly Butchyk 2010 Trinity College

The Pot, Holly Butchyk

Holly Butchyk

No abstract provided.


The Path, Holly Butchyk 2010 Trinity College

The Path, Holly Butchyk

Holly Butchyk

No abstract provided.


The Setting Sun, Holly Butchyk 2010 Trinity College

The Setting Sun, Holly Butchyk

Holly Butchyk

No abstract provided.


Strangers In A Strange Land: Occidentalist Publics And Orientalist Geographies In Nineteenth-Century Georgian Imaginaries By Paul Manning (3/2013): 17-21., Rebecca Gould 2010 University of Bristol

Strangers In A Strange Land: Occidentalist Publics And Orientalist Geographies In Nineteenth-Century Georgian Imaginaries By Paul Manning (3/2013): 17-21., Rebecca Gould

Rebecca Gould

No abstract provided.


Pool Party, Holly Butchyk 2010 Trinity College

Pool Party, Holly Butchyk

Holly Butchyk

No abstract provided.


The Effects Of The United States’ Embargo On Cuban Health During The ‘Special Period’ And Beyond, Jenna Stroly 2010 Providence College

The Effects Of The United States’ Embargo On Cuban Health During The ‘Special Period’ And Beyond, Jenna Stroly

Global Studies Student Papers

No abstract provided.


The Confucius Institute [Enewsletter], Dr. Wei-ping Pan Director 2010 Western Kentucky University

The Confucius Institute [Enewsletter], Dr. Wei-Ping Pan Director

The Confucius Institute Publications

No abstract provided.


Human Rights Policy Paper: Rape As A Tactic Of War, Sarah Fitzgerald 2010 Providence College

Human Rights Policy Paper: Rape As A Tactic Of War, Sarah Fitzgerald

Global Studies Student Papers

No abstract provided.


November Uri Community Diversity Project 2010, Joseph A. Santiago Mr, Riley Davis Ms, Richard V. Travisano Mr 2010 URI

November Uri Community Diversity Project 2010, Joseph A. Santiago Mr, Riley Davis Ms, Richard V. Travisano Mr

November Diversity Project

November is National Novel Writing Month. For the first time at the University of Rhode Island November was a month for the URI community to share their stories, poems, art, and photos with the world. The Writing to Model Diversity project intends to connect individuals across cultural boundaries and borders by sharing the stories and experiences that challenge our everyday experiences and the dreams of the future. Built on the efforts of the World Voice series, URI presents a book that shares the stories and culture of the students, faculty, staff, and community members who embrace the idea of becoming ...


November Uri Community Diversity Project 2010, Joseph A. Santiago, Riley Davis, Richard V. Travisano 2010 URI

November Uri Community Diversity Project 2010, Joseph A. Santiago, Riley Davis, Richard V. Travisano

November Diversity Project

November is National Novel Writing Month. For the first time at the University of Rhode Island November was a month for the URI community to share their stories, poems, art, and photos with the world. The Writing to Model Diversity project intends to connect individuals across cultural boundaries and borders by sharing the stories and experiences that challenge our everyday experiences and the dreams of the future. Built on the efforts of the World Voice series, URI presents a book that shares the stories and culture of the students, faculty, staff, and community members who embrace the idea of becoming ...


Examining The Effects Of Pronunciation Strategy Usage On Pronunciation Gains By L2 Japanese Learners, Seth L. Robins 2010 Brigham Young University - Provo

Examining The Effects Of Pronunciation Strategy Usage On Pronunciation Gains By L2 Japanese Learners, Seth L. Robins

All Theses and Dissertations

Language learning strategies have become an important element of second language acquisition research over the course of the last few decades. Much research on these strategies has been dedicated to speaking, reading, and other language skill sets. However, one essential skill needed for communication is pronunciation. No matter how proficient other areas of linguistic ability may be, it can be difficult to interact effectively with native speakers if one's pronunciation is poor. Yet research dedicated to pronunciation and language learning strategies is in surprisingly short supply. Of those studies that have researched pronunciation strategies, some have been dedicated to ...


Conflict In South Asia: A Cultural Solution To Political Problem, Vivek Kumar Srivastava Dr. 2010 CSSP

Conflict In South Asia: A Cultural Solution To Political Problem, Vivek Kumar Srivastava Dr.

Vivek Kumar Srivastava Dr.

the paper studies the role of the tourism as a cultural tool in integration.


Morphogrammatics Of Reflection, Rudolf Kaehr 2010 ThinkArt Lab Glasgow

Morphogrammatics Of Reflection, Rudolf Kaehr

Rudolf Kaehr

Turning back from the studies of morphogrammatics to some open questions of reflectional programming, the recountered problematics might be put into a different light and new methods of handling formal aspects of reflection and reflectionality shall be introduced. Albeit the use of light-metaphors, morphogrammatic reflection is not sketched along the paradigm of optical metaphors. Morphograms are presenting neither propositions nor perceptions able for mirroring (representation). Exercises in defining morphogrammatic retro-grade recursion and reflection schemata are continued from the paper “Sketches to Morphogrammatic Programming”.


Emily And Annie: Doris Lessing's And Jamaica Kincaid's Portraits Of The Mothers They Remember And The Mothers That Might Have Been, Daryl Cumber Dance 2010 University of Richmond

Emily And Annie: Doris Lessing's And Jamaica Kincaid's Portraits Of The Mothers They Remember And The Mothers That Might Have Been, Daryl Cumber Dance

English Faculty Publications

In 2008 at the age of eighty-nine, Nobel laureate Doris Lessing returned to the mother who has haunted her life and her literature in order to rewrite a fictional account of the life that might have been and a biographical account of the life that she actually lived in Alfred & Emily. Her efforts to finally exorcise the powerful and hated figure that has hounded her for most of her eighty-nine years call to mind similar efforts throughout the canon of fifty-nine-year-old celebrated Antiguan-American novelist Jamaica Kincaid to free herself. Both writers take advantage of and seek to find some degree ...


Spiritually Integrative Archetypal Energies And Glimpes Into Soul Consciousness, carroy u. ferguson 2010 UMASS Boston

Spiritually Integrative Archetypal Energies And Glimpes Into Soul Consciousness, Carroy U. Ferguson

Carroy U "Cuf" Ferguson, Ph.D.

In other writings I have described Archetypal Energies as Higher Vibrational Energies that have their own transcendent value, purpose, quality, and “voice” unique to the individual that operate deep within our psyches, at both individual and collective levels. We tend to experience them as “creative urges” to move us toward our Highest Good or Optimal Realities. I use easily recognized terms to evoke a common sense of these Archetypal Energies (e.g., Love, Acceptance, Inclusion, Harmony, Peace). Here, I want to discuss Spiritually Integrative Archetypal Energies and how they can assist us in gaining glimpses into the nature of our ...


The Systemic And Empirical Approach To Literature And Culture As Theory And Application, Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek, Irene Sywenky 2010 University of Alberta

The Systemic And Empirical Approach To Literature And Culture As Theory And Application, Steven Tötösy De Zepetnek, Irene Sywenky

CLCWeb Library

No abstract provided.


Bounty Chords: Music, Dance And Cultural Heritage On Norfolk And Pitcairn Islands, Philip Hayward 2010 Southern Cross University

Bounty Chords: Music, Dance And Cultural Heritage On Norfolk And Pitcairn Islands, Philip Hayward

Professor Philip Hayward

Bounty Chords maps a rich and complex cultural history. Beginning with the Bounty mutiny in 1789, Philip Hayward analyses the establishment of the first Pitcairn Island settlement by mutineers and Tahitians in 1790, the mass relocation to Norfolk Island in 1855 and the subsequent development of the two island communities. Focusing on the central role of song and dance in forging local heritage and identity,Haywardprovides a vivid picture of the hybrid societies that developed on Pitcairn andNorfolk islands during the 19th and 20th centuries. Drawing on a wide range of historical sources and his own interactions with musicians and ...


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