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  • Simone Bignall | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Interests Philosophy Humanities Political Philosophy and 1 more Continental Philosophy especially Jacques Derrida Gilles Deleuze Friedrich Nietzsche Immanuel Levinas Edmund Husserl Martin Heidegger Jurgen Habermas and Jacques Lacan edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address

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  • Jan Lanicek | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    pp 119 141 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The Czechoslovak Section of the BBC and the Jews during the Second World War more by Jan Lanicek More Info published in Yad Vashem Studies Vol 38 no 2 Autumn 2010 pp 123 153 also in Hebrew Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Arno t Frischer Und Seine Hilfe Für Juden Im Besetzten Europa 1941 1945 more by Jan

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  • Adela Sobotkova | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    other classes of evidence that are inconsistent with the state model such as divergent historical accounts absence of urban centers and lack of administrative and ideological manifestations of the alleged state My study aims to correct this mortuary based bias in the study of the Odrysian kingdom by introducing settlement pattern data based on original research in the Thracian interior specifically the Tundzha River watershed an alleged homeland of the Odrysians The existing regional legacy data will be contextualized and contrasted with the surface survey evidence and explanation will be sought for divergence among them My dissertation produces a definition of Thracian socio political form s during the Classical period drawing on the results of surface survey its integration with several different classes of the archaeological record and complemented by critical use of anthropological neo evolutionary theory On the basis of the data acquired by the Tundzha Regional Archaeological Project I argue that the Thracian polity does not approach the state level of organization until the 4th century BC when a major stimulus is delivered to the indigenous communities by the Macedonian conquest The state institutions take root and only become manifest in the regional archaeological record after further delay during the Roman period More Info PhD dissertation at University of Michigan Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Kazanluk Preliminary Report 2009 2010 seasons more by Adela Sobotkova This paper presents a preliminary report on archaeological reconnaissance undertaken by the Tundzha Regional Archaeological Project in the Kazanluk Valley Bulgaria during two field seasons in 2009 and 2010 It provides an overview of more This paper presents a preliminary report on archaeological reconnaissance undertaken by the Tundzha Regional Archaeological Project in the Kazanluk Valley Bulgaria during two field seasons in 2009 and 2010 It provides an overview of the methods employed for surface survey and documentation concluding with a summary and discussion of results More Info co authored with S Ross G Nehrizov and B Weissova Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section An Interdisciplinary Pilot Project in the Environs of Kabyle Bulgaria more by Adela Sobotkova Between 24 February and 05 March 2008 an archaeological pilot project was conducted in the environs of the ancient city of Kabyle near Yambol Bulgaria The project included two fieldwork components intensive systematic surface survey more Between 24 February and 05 March 2008 an archaeological pilot project was conducted in the environs of the ancient city of Kabyle near Yambol Bulgaria The project included two fieldwork components intensive systematic surface survey and palaeoecological investigation It was based upon preliminary research initiated in 2007 which included the acquisition and analysis of high resolution satellite imagery and the construction of a database of environmental conditions and land use The success of this pilot project demonstrates the efficacy of an interdisciplinary landscape archaeology approach emphasising More Info co authored with Ross Connor and Iliev published in Archeologia Bulgarica XIV 2 2010 69 85 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Remote Sensing and Archaeological Prospection In

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  • Eureka Henrich | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    for Cultural Memory Studies Network for Migration and Culture Conference End Date Dec 7 2012 Conference Start Date Dec 5 2012 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Sydney s forgotten Ragged Schools Urban landscapes of poverty and philanthropy more by Eureka Henrich Between 1860 and 1924 ten Ragged Schools opened in Sydney Located in the Rocks the city centre and the inner city suburbs of Glebe Surry Hills and Waterloo the dates of their operation map the growth of the city and the displacement more Between 1860 and 1924 ten Ragged Schools opened in Sydney Located in the Rocks the city centre and the inner city suburbs of Glebe Surry Hills and Waterloo the dates of their operation map the growth of the city and the displacement of the urban working poor By the time of their demise in the mid 1920s an estimated 18 000 children had passed through their schoolrooms Yet there exists little public memory of Sydney s Ragged Schools Records are scarce The stigma associated with poverty that resulted in a ragged schooling seems to have silenced the memories of those who attended Some never spoke of their experiences not even to their children This paper reinscribes the history of these schools onto the streets and suburbs of Sydney Through a series of snapshots of different schools at different times the relationships between children parents and teachers are explored The practice of visiting the homes of the poor by teachers of the Ragged Schools and their subsequent reports on these excursions in the organisation s Annual Reports provides a glimpse into both the domestic and public spaces where these interactions took place Organization From the Ground Up People and Places in Sydney s Past Conference End Date Aug 24 2012 Conference Start Date Aug 23 2012 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Nations of Immigrants Memorialising Migration in Australia and the United States more by Eureka Henrich The act of inscribing individual names on a memorial is one most readily associated with national service in war However since the early 1990s immigration and maritime museums have launched memorials where for a fee the names of more The act of inscribing individual names on a memorial is one most readily associated with national service in war However since the early 1990s immigration and maritime museums have launched memorials where for a fee the names of migrants and their descendants can be displayed effectively carving them into the nation s history Most often in the fashion of Ellis Island s American Immigrant Wall of Honor these sites celebrate what Graeme Davison has termed the myth of the Great Voyage which focuses our ideals on the experience of journeying of national becoming rather than upon our origins or destination Yet the databases of information that accompany registered names record precious individual stories of triumph and success sorrow and grief which transcend national boundaries The meanings of these sites are complex diverse and sometimes contradictory The huge popularity

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  • Fernando López | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Affiliation Research Interests Human Rights in Latin America Latin America Cold War history and 3 more Cold War International Relations Third World Revolutionary Movements and History edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed

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  • Samantha Watson | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Ideas Colonialism Imperialism Empire Etymology and 6 more Early Modern Intellectual History British and Irish History English Reformation Tudor Stuart Britain England in the sixteenth century and Early Modern Ireland edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the

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  • Stanley Serafin | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México more Book review of El Sacrificio Humano en la Tradición Religiosa Mesoamericana edited by Leonardo López Luján and Guilhem Olivier Mexico City Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas 2010 Latin American Indigenous Warfare and Ritual Violence edited by Richard J Chacon and Rubén G Mendoza Tucson University of Arizona Press 2007 Warfare in Cultural Context Practice Agency and the Archaeology of Violence edited by Axel E Nielsen and William H Walker Tucson University of Arizona Press 2009 Blood and Beauty Organized Violence in the Art and Archaeology of Mesoamerica and Central America edited by Heather Orr and Rex Koontz Los Angeles Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press 2009 More Info in press in Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research Research Interests Bioarchaeology Sacrifice Anthropology Of Religion Maya Archaeology Mesoamerican Archaeology and Violence Anthropology edit Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Human Sacrificial Rites Among the Maya of Mayapán A Bioarchaeological Perspective more by Stanley Serafin Publisher Springer Publication Date Jan 1 2007 Publication Name New Perspectives on Human Sacrifice and Ritual Research Interests Bioarchaeology Maya Archaeology and Sacrifice Anthropology Of Religion edit Share Facebook Twitter

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  • Dennis Del Favero | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Australian Professorial Fellow at COFA and Faculty of Engineering He is Director of the iCinema Research Centre Deputy Director of the National Institute for Experimental Arts Visiting Professorial Fellow at ZKM Germany Visiting Professor at University IUAV of Venice Italy and Visiting Professor at City University of Hong Kong He has held numerous solo exhibitions including at the Sprengel Museum Hannover ViaFarini Milan and Neue Galerie Graz and has participated in major group exhibitions including the Sydney Film Festival Biennial of Architecture Rotterdam Biennial of Seville Videonale Kunstmuseum Bonn Battle of the Nations War Memorial Leipzig joint project with Jenny Holzer He is editor of the Digital Arts Edition published by Hatje Cantz Germany He is currently engaged in interdisciplinary art and science projects that explore the aesthetic relationship between human and non human systems through the experimental reformulation of the relationship between the environment and society using digital media These are being undertaken in collaboration with UNSW Centre of Excellence for Autonomous Systems UNSW Climate Change Research Centre UNSW Centre for Infrastructure Engineering and Safety City University of Hong Kong SBS Online Television University of Cologne University of Pittsburgh and ZKM Centre for Art and Media Karlsruhe edit Advisors

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