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Blurring generic borders and blurring literary hierarchies in Kenya. The Kwani? magazine between the press and literature
Since its creation in 2003 by a collective of Kenyan writers and intellectuals led by Binyavanga Wainaina, the literary journal Kwani? has become a renowned literary institution in Kenya and abroad. A hybrid textual object, at the interface between media and literature, the journal, explicitly quali...
What is good for the voice: analysis of information used by the internet
Analisar a forma e conteúdo de informações sobre o que faz bem para a voz, veiculadas em dez sites mais acessados da Plataforma Google. Esta pesquisa de natureza descritiva prescindiu de encaminhamento para o Comitê de Ética da Universidade. A plataforma escolhida para a busca dos dados foi a Google...
A Sisters’ World: Reasons of the South and Domestic Whispers in Grace King’s Memories of a Southern Woman of Letters
Grace King documented the American Civil War from the Southern perspective of the losers, in times in which the Northern press urged her to embrace the winners’ ideology. As she witnessed the decline of the French colonial project in post-bellum Louisiana, her writing task was to preserve the French...
Artist figures in the 20th century
`titrebRESUME`/titreb`!-- 1043:'Resume' --bIn der Malerei und im Film hat das 20. Jahrhundert die weiblichen Brüste auf zwei Arten thematisiert : durch Beleidigung und durch Verleugnung ! Die die Jungfrauen mit dem Kinde (15.-17. Jahrhundert) befallenden Verformungen hatten, mit der Laktation des He...
Rhythmic daims. About the median poetry function of Czesław Miłosz
The article analyzes a mediumlike creation of a poet in Czesław Miłosz’s writings. In his works a poet is presented as a chosen man, stigmatized with an artistic destiny, dependent on ‘forces’ and ‘voices’. Splitting poet’s consciousness enables a mediumlike relation, called ‘instrumental’ by Miłosz...
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Aleatorism and open form in Edward Bogusławski’s music
In the 70s Edward Bogusawski was interested in the open form and aleatorism. It was connected with his leave for Vienna and studies with Roman Haubenstock-Ramati, the composer fascinated with the possibilities of new forms, the creator of numerous graphical compositions. The cooperation resulted in...
What the wind whispers in the branches of the radiata pines... or developments in the forestry sector in New Zealand
Louis Ratiscian’s ‘La Chanson du shellfish’ in ‘Le Bateau ivre.’ ‘La Chanson du Coquillage’ by Louis Ratisbonne in ‘Le Bateau ivre’ Louis Ratislier’s ‘La Chanson du shellfish’ in ‘Le Bateau ivre.’: Echoes and whispers ‘La Chanson du Coquillage’ by Louis Ratisbonne in ‘Le Bateau Epit’: Echoes and walls
International audience This article deals with the possible links between Arthur Rimbaud’s “Le Bateau ivre” and “La Chanson du Coquillage,” a poem by Louis Ratisbonne, a children’s poet from the late nineteenth century. It is hypothesized that Ratisbonne, evoked by Rimbaud in a parodic and scatologi...
(Re)telling a dog story from Newfoundland: Voice, alterity and the art of ethnographic description
This paper addresses the question of how and why we (anthropologists and sociologists) tell stories of real people doing real stuff. It will consider this question by reflecting on three versions of a story that I have carried with me and told in variety of contexts over a couple of decades. The sto...
The whispers of heaven and earth
Aleksandar Bošković, Mesoamerican Religions and Archaeology: Essays in Pre-Columbian Civilizations, viii+92 stranice, ilustracije, bibliografija, registar, glosar. Oxford: Archaeopress, 2017. (Archaeopress Pre-Columbian Archaeology 7)
Benedict Kerkvliet: Speaking Out in Vietnam Public Political Criticism in a Communist Party–Ruled Nation
Avis de parution d'une nouvelle étude de Benedict J. Tria Kerkvliet. Présentation de l'éditeur ci-après. Since 1990 public political criticism has evolved into a prominent feature of Vietnam's political landscape. So argues Benedict Kerkvliet in his analysis of Communist Party–ruled Vietnam. Speakin...
Tomorrow never dies: Final issues and self-referential speeches (the French-speaking Belgian Press, 1950-2000)
This research focuses on a historic corpus consisting of the terminal issues of 52 Belgian weekly information magazines (in French) which have disappeared in the post-WWII period (1950-2000).The research helps to better appraise the way newspapers and journalists view themselves and their social rol...
Noise around a false silence. About Hervé Hasquin’s book, ‘Les separatistes wallons et la government de Vichy (1940-1943). A story of omerta’ Angry rumours, whispers or hush-ups? About Hervé Hasquinh’s book, ‘The Walloon separatists and the government of Vichy (1940-1943). A story of omerta’
KEKERABATAN DAN INTERAKSI SIMBOLIK BIDAN KAMPUNG DENGAN URANG HALUS DALAM MASYARAKAT BANJAR
This article is an important part of the exploration of the development of local treasures related to the beliefs and behavior of traditional village midwives towards supernatural beings. The midwives in East Banjarmasin have a belief that there are supernatural creatures called supernatural beings,...
'Chinese Whispers': Recent Art from the Sigg Collection
Ai Weiwei, Descending Light with a Missing Circle, 2017, Sigg Collection. (MAK, Vienna, 29 January 2019. Photograph by author.) ‘I consider myself a researcher. I probably am not a collector by nature’, says Uli Sigg, former Swiss Ambassador to China who has assembled the world’s largest collection...
Relation of Man with Jennies on the light of Holy Quran Texts - verses of Satan Insanity as a sample
The topic of insanity or madness is an issue which has a direct relation with the life of people. Many scholars has tackled this issue in details. In my current research, I discussed the speeches of both teams and their evidences in a scientific manner depending on clear and correct prophetic tradit...
History of a life, history of silences: a poetic memory
One of the most original features of the writer Aharon Appelfeld is his writing of silence. Or rather of silences, since according to the words which make them resonate, they offer multiple textures : the blissful silence of a contemplative mother, the concentrated rapt silence of men in prayer, the...
Maurice Blanchot and his writing
It is the inspiration that encourages us essentially to speech. But, is the man, before the act of writing / talking and at the time of the act or after the act, identical? If the subject of the act could answer positively, we dispute it. At which moment does a fissure of identity happen to the man?...
"Complexity of “Loyalty”, “Betrayal” and Metaphors of Eelam in Shobhasakthi’s “Traitor”" by
"Shobhasakthi’s Traitor ends with a surrealistic description where an old man wandering about the mountains with a corpse which he carries – a corpse which he uses to entertain, disgust and even to drive away people; which he sometimes uses for his own sustenance – encounters a carter going uphill c...
Ghobrial, John-Paul A., The Whispers of Cities. Information Flows in Istanbul, London, and Paris in the Age of William Trumbull, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014, 208p.
In recent years, global historians have painted an impressionistic picture of what they call the 'connected world' of the seventeenth century. Inspired perhaps by the globalised world in which they write, scholars have emphasised how the circulation of people, objects, and ideas linked the distant r...
Verbal Inflection in French: When Irregularity Whispers the Morphological Organisation of Paradigms
Chinese Whispers. Nineteenth-century Western Intolerance to Nighttime Sounds in China
International audience In China, one cannot sleep a wink at night. This complaint runs throughout the nineteenth century, through travelers’ stories and settlements’ newspapers, doctors strive to find its anthropological roots in the lesser sensitivity of Chinese people to noise, and it motivates, f...
Cries and whispers: exhuming and narrating defeat in Spain today
Living under Atlas’s whispers
In La Ascensíon de Atlas, Fabián Ludueña aims to discuss Aby Warburg’s work, thinking of it as a demonology of the contemporary mediatic times. Moreover, he thinks Warburg’s imagetic atlas, the Mnemosyne, in lacanian terms: Warburg’s sinthome (after those years which Warburg had spent at Ludwig B...
Internal silence and communication machinery in the 19th century
International audience Bourgeois interiors in the 19th century became shrines of silence. Social distinction: at the opposite of the noisy apartments in working-class districts, appartements in bourgeois district were quiet. Private archives, patents and practical manuals underline that this constru...