spatiality


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Fang firmly deems that the mainstream research on the literary spatiality in the west includes such branches as "literary cartography", "literary geography" and "Geocriticism", and so on (7).
He remarked that Farrukh Nadeem has enlightened with his deep insight of Cultural Spatiality and sensitivity being faced by society.
The volume is organized into several thematic sections: Portuguese Timor; Fieldwork in a New Nation; Spatiality and Temporality; Post-Conflict Fieldwork; and Positionality--although these distinctions are not strictly observed, and the chapters engage with these themes to various degrees throughout.
The approach and method of implementation consists of artistic research, including a practical and theoretical framework, around the title 'Urban Collage: Sensing Spatiality Inside and Outside the Museum'.
In addressing institutional diversity, citizenship, and access, this article argues that the empirical study's utilization of arts-based methodologies enables access to the nuances of everyday spatiality. In particular, photovoice and photo elicitation illustrates the dynamics of interpretation and perception in the contested construction of their identities and surroundings.
Michel Foucault's concept of heterotopias evokes a hybrid spatiality, generated by heterogeneous geographies and by rituals of opening and closing.
They are required to provide Certification and letter of support from the Head of the institution where the candidates conducts his/her clinical activities indicating commitment to the spatiality current nature and tenure of employment.
The other insight is the idea that space is the product of relations and practices and that we need to acknowledge our co-constitutive inter-relatedness and that implies a spatiality. So if we are going to engage with the current state of radical politics, there is necessarily a dimension of spatiality that needs to be taken into account and this is something that many political theorists don't realise.
Discussions in this work are not only relevant for researchers interested in the topic of Mexican migration, but also for those interested in cultural integration, new destinations for migrants in the U.S., cultural geography, and spatiality in terms of transnational movements.
I propose the concept of ambient text to ground my exploration of the spatiality of writing in the observational context of a busy New York City street.
The recent explosion of interest in the geohumanities reminds us that Caribbean literature provides a particularly rich treasure trove for scholars of literary spatiality. From Eugenio Maria de Hostos to Aime Cesaire to Derek Walcott or Wilson Harris, evocations of the homeland, its landscape, and its social geography are as closely observed and emotionally charged as they are symbolically potent.
The corresponding relationship between the first and the second element seems to indicate the possibility to identify a very peculiar "sadistic spatiality", that is, a spatiality in which sadistic feelings and attitudes tend to be developed more easily, although, nota bene, not necessarily.
In London postwar conceptions of spatiality and power reflected "a British Empire willingly in retreat" (130), whereas the Americans expanded unevenly and less strategically to "fill distant, residual spaces vacated throughout the postwar world by defeated Axis enemies and imploded empires" (2).
Plato's relational, desiring mode of love materializes in Kael's Cold War writings as an eroticism of affinitive and non-affinitive publics (plural corporealities) energized by a spatiality tensed through interior, exterior, national and international domains.
Sections 4 and 5 move away from spatiality and into temporality, with Section 4 specifically engaging with the (re)placement of individual bodies in a hardware dominated moment in history to create an updated conception of real and artificial life, while Section 5 functions as a conclusion in the form of an open-ended premonition about the future of new media arts--one that can, in many ways, be anticipated by re-examining (reliving) history itself.