Query : History of scholarship and learning. The humanities
- María Angustias Ortiz-Molina177
- Fernando José Sadio-Ramos164
- Michał Krupa114
- Luiz Sérgio de Oliveira67
- Rosario Paniagua Fernández64
- Luis Alfonso Paláu Castaño54
- Ivanilde Apoluceno de Oliveira49
- Josebel Akel Fares44
- Equipo Editorial43
- Ольга Ляху38
- José Luis Peset33
- Graciela Tonon31
- Nikolsky Evgeny Vladimirovich31
- Mawency Vergel Ortega28
- Redakcja Zoophilologica22
- Julita Jabłecka20
- Ireneusz Białecki19
- Luis Alfonso Paláu Castaño [traductor]17
- Rafael Huertas17
- Svitlana (Lana) Krys17
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences5931
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology2961
- Gender Studies2506
- Political Science2191
- Art and Art History1972
- Cultural Heritage and Museology1648
- Methods and Statistics1490
- Architecture and Space Management917
- Musicology and Performing Arts902
- Communication Sciences714
- Archaeology and Prehistory617
- Biological Anthropology500
- Economies and Finances494
- Classical Studies453
- Environmental studies262
Aesthetic Engagement in the City
International audience This article aims at showing how environmental aesthetics relates to the common environment, the ordinary environment that we discuss, share, and live in. Aesthetics has primarily been understood in relation to art and art history, but it has now been emancipated from this fra...
Cinema, society and architecture in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea Cinema, society and architecture in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea: An engaged reading of the North Korean movie The Wheels of Happiness (2010)
Based upon the graduate seminar tought in 2014-2015 by Valérie Gelézeau at l’École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS), this essay tries to engage a reading of the North Korean movie 'The Wheels of Happiness' (2010). After an introduction briefly reviewing the condition of production and...
The Paragraph as Information Technology: How News Traveled in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World
International audience The newspapers of the 18th-century Atlantic World copied, translated and corrected each other. The basic technology that facilitated the transmission of international news was the paragraph, a textual unit easily detached from one source and inserted into another. In 18th cent...
El arte sigue la naturaleza
Herding on Fundamental/Nonfundamental Information During the COVID-19 Outbreak and Cyber-Attacks: Evidence From the Cryptocurrency Market
We provide an empirical analysis of herding behavior in cryptocurrency markets during COVID-19 and periods of cyber-attacks, differentiating between fundamental and nonfundamental herding. The results show that herding behavior is driven by fundamental information during the full sample period and t...
A Study of Cloud Computing Adoption in Universities as a Guideline to Cloud Migration
Universities face many challenges such as budget costs, licensing, and software and hardware management in their activities related to information and communications technology (ICT). Through overcoming these challenges, universities may deliver smart, secure, and fluent services for their instructo...
Reseña de Sánchez y Arciga (2019) Psicología cultural, narración y educación
Surveillance capitalism and the derision of the digital denizen
This article investigates the notion of the digital denizen and his/her relationship with modern informational and communicational technologies (ICTs) – including social media platforms and global search engines. Particular attention is directed towards how such a relationship has resulted in the...
Effects of Data-Driven Learning on College Students of Different Grammar Proficiencies: A Preliminary Empirical Assessment in EFL Classes
This article reports a pre–post comparative study investigating whether the data-driven learning (DDL) approach has different pedagogical effects on grammar students of English as a foreign language (EFL) with different levels of English proficiency. The study entailed a treatment group (TG) of 95 f...
The Study of the Relationships of Teacher’s Creative Teaching, Imagination, and Principal’s Visionary Leadership
This study aims to investigate how a teacher’s creative teaching is affected by the teacher’s imagination and his or her school principal’s visionary leadership, and how the contextual moderating effects are at play among the cross-hierarchical factors. The research framework is divided into two lev...
The Role of Need for Cognition in Predicting the Attitudes of Indonesian Millennials Toward Printed Advertising and Purchase Intentions
This article presents findings from research investigating the effectiveness of humor appeals (humor relatedness and humor mechanisms) to Indonesian millennials for predicting their attitudes toward printed ads and their purchase intentions. In total, 543 Indonesian millennials participated in three...
Alienation, reification and the banking model of education: Paulo Freire’s critical theory of education
I argue in this paper that Paulo Freire’s work Pedagogy of the oppressed should be reconsidered as a contribution to critical theory, given its proximity to first-generation critical theory concerning both theory and praxis. Pedagogy of the oppressed, I argue, is well suited to provide a viable prax...
XXVII National Seminar Format
Shepherds and sheep.
La constitución del ente en el tomismo contemporáneo
Traducción del francés de La constitution de l’étant dans le thomisme contemporain: Tomas Tyn, Johann Baptist Lotz, Cornelio Fabro, publicado originalmente en M. Raffray (Dir.), Actus essendi. Saint Thomas d’Aquin et ses interprètes. Parole et Silence, Paris, 2019, pp. 369-433, estudio en el que se...
Translating Narrative Space in Children’s Fiction From Chinese to English
Translating narrative space is a necessity due to its fundamental role in children’s literature. To date, studies have shown that efforts to examine the strategy in rendering the space issues in children’s literature translation remain scarce. Responding to that, the paper aims to explore how narrat...
OCR Correction for Corpus-assisted Discourse Studies: A Case Study of Old Newspapers
The use of OCR software to convert printed characters to digital text is a fundamental tool within diachronic approaches to Corpus-assisted discourse Studies. However, OCR software is not totally accurate, and the resulting error rate may compromise the qualitative analysis of the studies. This pape...
Using Curiosity to Improve Learning Outcomes in Schools
Despite a high primary school enrollment in India, the overall learning levels have been low, and the dropout level in secondary school and beyond has been high. One reason for low learning levels and high drop-out rates is the student’s lack of motivation to learn in the classroom. We suggest that...
Overview of Simmel (1908/2014) The poor
I provide an overview of a text that was over 100 years old, but whose timeliness calls for it to be used for the analysis of social scientists and researchers interested in issues such as poverty, social intervention, social policies, among others. In this production, I summarise the central argume...
Co-designing Cultural Heritage Experiences for All with Virtual Reality: a Scenario-Based Design approach
The application of digital technologies for the accessibility of cultural heritage sites is an emerging area of research that presents relevant design challenges. In this regard, the potential of virtual reality (VR) is increasingly highlighted to guarantee the universal right to enjoy cultural heri...
CIDOC CRM mapping for the integration of RESTORE project resources
The RESTORE project (smaRt accESs TO digital heRitage and mEmory) started in June 2020 with a duration of 2 years. The project consortium, coordinated by the Istituto Opera del Vocabolario Italiano - CNR (National Research Council of Italy), includes the State Archives and the Museum of Palazzo Pret...
Avatars of moscal production in the myahuateca region of Sierra Sur de Oaxaca
The mezcal, like all artisanal products linked to the territory, assumes properties linked to what has been called ‘terruño’ or ‘terroir’. The history of the drink, its properties, technological processes, tastes and uses are the very history of the territory and of the communities in which the mixt...
‟Original Artyfacts”: Rethinking Object Biography in Popular Music Studies
This article makes the case for rethinking object biography in popular music studies. By object biography, I am referring to a particular methodological and analytic approach to material culture that begins from the premise that objects—that is, commodities, goods, artefacts, and so on—have social l...
The Cold War Academys of Sciences in Central Europe
During the Cold War, the systemic rivalry between East and West was carried out out of the field of scholarship. This volume examines the Academies of Sciences in Central Europe on either side of the Iron Curtain in the early stages of the Cold War (and in some cases beyond). These include academies...
Usage, property and value among Latin American linguistic-ideological debates
Language usage is probably one of the most discussed issues in language scholarship, and undoubtedly a frequent cause of division among researchers on this field. The usage-question is also present in some instances of the language-ideological debates which took place in Latin America and Spain all...