Author: Maryanne Cline HorowitzPublish On: 2020-12-15
An exploration of the ways early modern European artists have visualized continents through the female (sometimes male) body to express their perceptions of newly encountered peoples.
Author: Maryanne Cline Horowitz
An exploration of the ways early modern European artists have visualized continents through the female (sometimes male) body to express their perceptions of newly encountered peoples. Often stereotypical, these personifications are however more complex than what they seem.
Lia, her husband, Harry, and their daughter, Iris, are a perfectly balanced family of three with a happy life.
Author: Maddie Mortimer
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Lia, her husband, Harry, and their daughter, Iris, are a perfectly balanced family of three with a happy life. But when a devasting diagnosis threatens to derail their lives, the world around them begins to warp and transform, and Lia's carefully hidden secrets come rushing out.
The pupil should become so familiar with each map , the natural features represented , the political divisions , and the ... In the location and description of countries or other bodies of land , and bodies of water , it is well for the ...
MAP OF THE WORLD . 9 49. The names of the different bodies of Asia in the same manner . Asia is the largest land or water are printed on or near them . grand - division . Australia is smaller than any 50. The fine black lines passing ...
Mapping Ethnographies of Trans Social and Political Coalitions Elijah Adiv Edelman. mainstream maps compared to projects 55; methodology of 5–7; necropolitics, body/bodies and 90–91; organizing themes for project maps 33–38, 55n1; ...
Author: Elijah Adiv Edelman
Category: Social Science
This book applies a framework of ‘trans vitalities’ through an ethnographically-anchored exploration of trans coalitional labor and activism in Washington, DC. Specifically, it considers how trans social justice work at the local level exemplifies why and how the notions of ‘trans community’ or ‘trans rights’ must be reconfigured. Trans vitalities, as a framework developed in this volume, functions in three particular ways: 1) to disrupt and rethink what valuable, viable, or quantifiable quality of life looks like; 2) to shift our understandings of community towards ‘coalition’; and 3) as a methodological, theoretical, and application-based set of tools that integrates a radical trans politics and community-based approach towards addressing trans lives. Trans Vitalities incorporates one-on-one interviews, community map-making projects, and an analysis of the DC Trans Needs Assessment, produced through trans coalitional labor. An accessible case study for both how to research trans-specific topics and how to apply a framework of trans vitalities, this book is valuable reading for those who research or instruct on LGBTQ topics as well as activists, policy makers, and law makers.
As she deftly argues , reading the maps in conjunction allows one to expose the partiality of each map and reveal in ... Mapping tourism space is concomitant with the mappings of bodies , performances , and various tourism practices .
Author: Stephen P. Hanna
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
Category: Social Science
At first glance, the relationships among tourists, tourism maps, and the spaces of tourism seem straightforward enough: tourists use maps to find their way to and through the sites of history, culture, nature, or recreation represented there. Less apparent is how tourism maps and those using them construct such spaces and identities. As the essays in Mapping Tourism clearly demonstrate, the extraordinary interaction of work with leisure and the everyday with the exotic makes tourism maps ideal sites for exploring the contested construction of place and identity. Construction sites in the "New Berlin, " Alabama's civil rights trail, Quebec City, a California ghost town, and Bangkok's sex trade are among the spaces the essays examined. Taken together, these essays allow us to see tourist space as it truly is: contested, ever changing, and replete with issues of power.
Author: International Trade Centre UNCTAD/WTO.Publish On: 2004
Significance Important Major Table 9 - Review questions for Conformity Assessment No Question Evaluation criteria 3 Inspection bodies Do relevant inspection bodies An assessment of the inspection exist for the various regulatory bodies ...
Author: International Trade Centre UNCTAD/WTO.
Publisher: United Nations Publications
Category: Political Science
Dated September 2004. On cover: Standards and quality management
Author: Geological Survey of New South WalesPublish On: 1972
From the above discussion it again follows that what changes a structural map into a tectonic map is the interpretation of rock bodies and mapping of boundaries of these rock bodies , which are not necessarily equal to rock ...
Author: Geological Survey of New South Wales
"A locality index to the reports of the Geological survey of N. S. Wales from 1875 to 1892 inclusive, by W. S. Dun": v. 3, p. 154-194.
As we become familiar with medieval maps, we will discover how mapmakers saw their world, especially its sacred center. ... On medieval maps, the three continents lie close together and are divided by bodies of water.
Author: Lisa Deam
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
On the edge of medieval maps, monsters roam. In the west, pilgrims take well-traveled roads to Rome and Compostela. In the east, Old Testament history unfolds. And at the center, in the city of Jerusalem, Jesus saves the world. In A World Transformed, Lisa Deam takes us on an incredible journey through medieval maps. Despite their curious appearance, these maps, as Deam shows, are surprisingly modern. In their monstrous, marvelous sights lie treasure troves of wisdom to guide twenty-first-century Christians on their walk with God. Each chapter in this geographical journey links medieval maps to biblical concepts and spiritual practices that transform our faith and our world.
Some of the new infora ress for 33 other maps covering the Horlick Mountains , mation from cooperative field studies ... in the rocks was tica , at a scale of 1 : 10,000,000 with a vertical exaggera- characteristic of some ore bodies .