Contextual Significance Of The Wa In Ancient Egyptian Language, 2023 Lecturer at Egyptology Department, Faculty of Archaeology, Luxor University, Egypt
Contextual Significance Of The Wa In Ancient Egyptian Language, Heba Ragab
Journal of the General Union of Arab Archaeologists
الدلالات السياقية لـ wA في اللغة المصرية القديمة [Ar] وردت كلمة wA في النصوص المصرية القديمة بمرادفات عدة، اختلفت وتنوعت حسب السياق الواردة فيه، حيث أن السياق كان له دور هام في تحديد دلالة الكلمة على وجه الدقة، مما دفع الباحثة إلى تتبع الوجوه الدلالية للـ wA والوقوف على معانيها، حيث تتناول الورقة البحثية التعريف بـالـ wA ومغزاها والمدلولات السياقية المختلفة لهذا اللفظ، وترتكز الورقة البحثية على لعنة الـ wA وكيفية وقوعها على الأشخاص وأسباب التحاقها بهم، ودوافع البعد وذلك من واقع النصوص.
[En] The word wA appeared in ancient Egyptian texts with several synonyms, which differed and varied according …
Late Middle Kingdom Funerary Stela Of Intf Iqr Anxw At The British Museum (Ea563), 2023 Associate Professor at Faculty of Archaeology, Ain shams University, Egypt.
Late Middle Kingdom Funerary Stela Of Intf Iqr Anxw At The British Museum (Ea563), Bassem Mohamed
Journal of the General Union of Arab Archaeologists
[Ar] لوحة جنائزية من أواخر الأسرة الثانية عشرة لأنتف إقر عنخو
تعود هذه اللوحة الجنائزية قيد الدراسة إلى إنتف إقرعنخو والذي كان حامل ختم ملك مصر السفلى، أمين الملك وخزانةDd-bAw ، وهي معروضة الآن في المتحف البريطاني، وفقًا لأحمد فخري وبورتر موس فقد كانت هناك لوحة جرانيتية أخرى تعود لنفس مالك هذه اللوحة مع اسم والدته مؤرخة بالعام الثالث عشر من حكم سنوسرت الثالث في وادي الهودي، ووفقً Ilin-Tomich. ، فإن صيغة حتب دي نسو تشير إلى أن تاريخها يعود إلى نهاية الأسرة الثانية عشرة، وبمقارنة هذه اللوحة مع لوحات أخرى من نفس الفترة من حيث أسلوب الكتابة والقاب المالك …
A Portrait Of A Ptolemaic Prince From Kom El-Louli, 2023 Lecture at Faculty of Arts, Archaeology Department, Minia University, Egypt.
A Portrait Of A Ptolemaic Prince From Kom El-Louli, Ahmed Derbala, Sayed ʿAbdel Malik ʿAbd El Hamid
Journal of the General Union of Arab Archaeologists
صورة شخصية لأمير بطلمي من كوم اللولي [Ar]
صورة شخصية من المرمر لصبي صغير غير منشورة، عُثر عليها بحفائر البعثة المصرية بمنطقة كوم اللولي الأثرية بتونا الجبل، الرأس بالحجم الصغير ويوجد بها تدمير بالجزء الايمن للوجه، ويُعتقد أنها تخص أحد الأمراء في نهاية العصر البطلمي خلال القرن الأول ق.م، نظرا لأسلوب تصفيف الشعر والعصابة المربوطة أعلى الجبهة والاجزاء المتبقية من ملامح الوجه. ويحاول الباحثان تحديد الفترة الزمنية التي تنتمي إليها هذه الصورة الشخصية، وأيضا محاولة تحديد هوية صاحبها بناءً على مقارنة الملامح الشخصية والخصائص الفنية مع الأمثلة المشابهة له.
[En] The current paper proposes hypotheses the dating and identity of …
Taming The Brut: Education, Conservation And Advocacy, 2023 University of Massachusetts - Amherst
Taming The Brut: Education, Conservation And Advocacy, Ludmilla D. Pavlova-Gillham, Chandler Mccoy, Jean Carroon, Eric Corey Freed
Is Brutalism part of your architectural biography? Midcentury public concrete buildings are easy to dislike, are demolished at an increasing rate, and comprise hundreds of millions of GSF . Join a panel of experts to discover how the conservation and adaptation of these “Bruts” is a principal strategy for climate action. Explore innovative solutions for Brutalist building reuse and conservation as part of a carbon zero initiative, learn how to develop an effective marketing and advocacy campaign for historic preservation, and learn why such advocacy matters for a circular economy and for the next generation of architects in practice.
Tracing As Process, 2023 Rhode Island School of Design
Tracing As Process, Lesley Su
Tracing is a way to observe, document and translate, to be anchored in the physical working, to find personal occupancy in the built environment.
By establishing one-to-one relationships with the physical context, tracing enables us to comprehend objects in multiple dimensions. Through tracing, we can explore how two-dimensional drawings can be transformed into three-dimensional objects, and vice versa, objects can be documented through drawing to capture the essence of reality.
Based on materials and motion, research on tracing techniques guides me into how tracing could act as a process of art and architecture practice.
[De]Composition: Grounding Architecture, 2023 Rhode Island School of Design
[De]Composition: Grounding Architecture, Skylar Perez
This thesis forages through a multitude of entangled scales that utilizes geologic time, water bodies, farming systems and fungal networks to reorient how we as humans herald the vital connecting force that is SOIL.
Reimagining how approaches to soil care could alter visions of innovation and land management in the arid region of Llano Estacado (Lubbock, TX).
The research embraces soil a place full of life and microbial activity that systematically contributes to local ecosystems and planetary health.
How do we build soil?
Nature As Material, Time As Tool, 2023 Rhode Island School of Design
Nature As Material, Time As Tool, Chuchu Chen
No building stands forever. Over time, the natural environment acts upon the outer surface of the building, leading to the failure of materials and the final dissolution of the structure itself, leading to ruin. In order to prevent this or retard its occurrence, we constantly maintain and renew the things we build. Nature seems to stand in opposition to architecture. The passage of time is constantly subtracting from the building. However, what differentiates nature from architecture? This thesis questions whether these two are not opposed, but on a continuous spectrum. Approaching the building as part of the overall environment that …
Decolonial Perspective On Fashion And Sustainability, 2023 Rhode Island School of Design
Decolonial Perspective On Fashion And Sustainability, Haisum Basharat
The fashion industry has long been criticized for its exploitative practices, cultural appropriation, and detrimental impact on the environment. To address these challenges, there is a growing need to adopt a decolonial approach that acknowledges the historical injustices perpetuated by colonial systems and centers the voices, practices, and traditions of marginalized communities. This abstract presents a model that integrates decolonial principles into the fashion industry while incorporating traditional textile practices to promote local autonomy, cultural sustainability, and mitigate climate change.
Liquid Border, 2023 Rhode Island School of Design
Liquid Border, Yingfan Jia
A River is a mighty and constantly-evolving force, leaving behind an intricately designed and constantly changing system. Not just a river, the Rio Grande stretches all the way from Colorado before intersecting with the US-Mexico Border in southern Texas - a point where the powerful forces of nature now merge with a clearly-defined political boundary. The outcome of this is a unique ecological niche, which may often go unnoticed despite its distinctiveness.
Texas is famous for its farms and ranches, and the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas was once an agricultural hub. However, urbanization and the depletion of water …
You're Making Me Sentimental, 2023 Rhode Island School of Design
You're Making Me Sentimental, Chris Geng
My project is a personal search for a different way to see the footprint we have left on the landscape. A way of seeing that finds potential in existing buildings without placing the building in the background, that instead engages sentiments in order to approach reuse as an act of layering that retains the memories of before. I went about uncovering the memories of a site through film photography, a process equally rooted in nostalgia and sentimentality. These images attempt to capture the beauty of melancholy and in turn, ask the architect and audience to slow down and contemplate as …
Ritual As Design Gesture: Reimagining The Spring Festival In Downtown Providence, 2023 Rhode Island School of Design
Ritual As Design Gesture: Reimagining The Spring Festival In Downtown Providence, Wenjie Wang
Rooted in the belief that architecture should transcend mere functionality and embrace the realms of emotional profundity, experiential richness, spiritual resonance, and poetic expression, this thesis aims to evoke potent emotional and spiritual connections within the human psyche. My thesis, taking advantage of ritual practice, employs an architectural perspective to examine the temporal and spatial aspects, utilizing ritual practice as a design gesture to generate a platform for social relationships outside the existing community.
Focusing on the Chinese diaspora communities in Providence, my thesis reimages the long-lost Chinatown of Providence and design both ephemeral and enduring architecture with scenes of …
Garden Etiquette, 2023 Rhode Island School of Design
Garden Etiquette, Kai Wasikowski
Garden Etiquette is an ongoing project concerned with landscape photography, environmental conservation, and the way they have both served the settler colonialist agenda. I focus specifically on the conservation ideologies shaped in New South Wales (NSW) Australia and New England, United States of America (USA) in the late nineteenth century and the settler visualities that underwrote them. Both countries’ histories were marked by photography and conservation’s common function of mythologising land as empty space—to be invaded, extracted and occupied, and wilderness—to be territorialized and protected, albeit, in distinct ways.
With British, German and Polish settler ancestry, born and raised on …
Uncovering Emotional Contamination: Five Sites Of Trauma, 2023 Rhode Island School of Design
Uncovering Emotional Contamination: Five Sites Of Trauma, Abigail Zola
“Emotional contamination,” describes residual feelings associated with a space where a negative or tragic event occurred to an individual or group either personally, historically, or politically. Emotional contamination affects people’s associations with place and informs their willingness to spend time in them. This project considers a set of design principles rooted in uncovering and acknowledging the lifespan of a site, and considers how this acknowledgment can exist as an urban system rather than an individual architectural artifact. My thesis work analyzes five case studies in Berlin where political and economic factors determined the result of intervention, and how these sites …
Translational Placemaking: The Diasporic Archive, 2023 Rhode Island School of Design
Translational Placemaking: The Diasporic Archive, Alia Varawalla
Globalization and mass migration has propelled a hybrid existence, as individuals that occupy multiple geographies we live in a constant state of translation. Our museums and cultural institutions are in opposition to this; static, preserved and de-contextualized. At the intersection of printmaking and architecture, this thesis proposes a living archive to document the collective migratory journey across sites, materials, and hybrid identities. A network of centers for knowledge sharing and production centered on India and its diaspora. As art practices and people migrate, cultural production evolves with its context, gaining new meaning as it changes hands generationally and globally.
Myths, Legends, And Landscapes, 2023 Rhode Island School of Design
Myths, Legends, And Landscapes, Oromia Jula
The concept of myth-making in architecture involves the use of narratives, symbolism, and cultural references to shape the meaning and experience of built spaces. These myths hold significance beyond the distinction between fiction and reality; they exist to provide explanations and hold great influence over our lives. Understanding a place and its identity requires an exploration of the narratives and beliefs associated with it, as they directly shape the physical environment. By embracing and incorporating these mythologies, designers and planners can create meaningful and authentic spaces that resonate deeply with people.
Communities, being socially constructed, rely on unifying narratives that …
Country Tech: The Adaptive Reuse Of A Former Theatre In The Catskill Mountains, 2023 CUNY New York City College of Technology
Country Tech: The Adaptive Reuse Of A Former Theatre In The Catskill Mountains, Isimamwen Imarhiagbe, Calvin O. Walters Jr., Cheriyah Wilmot
Publications and Research
Our research centers on the birth, life, abandonment, and a proposed adaptive reuse of an early 20th-century former social hall theatre in Shandaken, a former company town for manufacturing furniture, within the Catskill Mountains. Adaptive reuse involves renovating a building or space by repurposing the existing structure and inserting a contemporary design/function. The building housed a variety of purposes throughout its lifetime: a theater, social hall, bowling alley, artist studios, and residential apartments. Our proposal is to return the building to its original purpose as a social hall, performance space, and a flex space for year-round use for art exhibits, …
Outdoor Artificial Lighting Effects On Livability Of Pedestrian Paths In Urban Heritage Context, 2023 PhD Candidate, Faculty of Architecture - Design and Built Environment, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon
Outdoor Artificial Lighting Effects On Livability Of Pedestrian Paths In Urban Heritage Context, Chirine Traboulsi, Aya Hassoun, Mostafa Rabea, Mary Felix
BAU Journal - Creative Sustainable Development
Lighting is an important ecological factor that influences individuals’ outdoor activities as well as the development of livable communities in cities. Artificial outdoor lighting is vital in improving the quality of urban open places throughout the nighttime and has a significant impact on the pedestrians' night-time perception and mental safety. This study aims to uncover whether outdoor lighting has indeed an effect on the livability of the pedestrian paths of a community and if so, what is the optimal design that fits an urban heritage setting. The research employs a mixed methods approach, where both qualitative and quantitative methods are …
A Day Stood Still, 2023 Rhode Island School of Design
A Day Stood Still, Yuting Sun
The Brooklyn Navy Yard is an important industrial historic site in New York City. It was established in the 1810s as a private shipyard and became a military property in the late nineteenth century. It provided significant production capacity for the Pacific battlefield during World War II. After the war, the entire campus closed in the 1960s as military orders declined and transportation changed. The Brooklyn Navy Yard was later sold to New York City and repurposed.
After the city government took over the park, unlike other industrial sites that were developed as real estate, manufacturing is still the main …
Historical Archaeology At The Chalmers Institute, Mississippi's First University, 2023 University of Mississippi
Historical Archaeology At The Chalmers Institute, Mississippi's First University, Antosia Briggs
This study presents a basic description and analysis of the artifacts collected from the 2015 archaeological excavation conducted in Holly Springs, Mississippi at the Chalmers Institute site. The thesis includes history and background on Holly Springs as a city to orient the reader. This text also includes information regarding the program, Preserve Marshall County, as their work regarding the building and site ties directly into the ability of the student archaeologists being able to excavate in 2015 as well as the future of the building. This study analyzes the artifacts found based on the frameworks of the archaeology of institutional …
3d Printing Of Earthen Materials: Toward The Carbon-Zero Construction, 2023 The University of New Mexico
3d Printing Of Earthen Materials: Toward The Carbon-Zero Construction, Shiva Bhusal
Civil Engineering ETDs
In recent years, digital manufacturing techniques in the architecture and construction industry have rapidly gained attention, especially with 3D printing, also called additive manufacturing. The use of cement has been common in modern construction and is now being explored for 3D printing. However, due to cement's contribution to approximately 7 percent of global carbon emissions and its high cost, research on sustainable and greener materials has gained attention. Previous studies on alternative construction have examined the mechanical and rheological properties of soil mixes, but not much attention has been given to printability evaluation, shrinkage, and cracking, which can affect the …