1.Critical Pedagogy as Community Praxis , by
Gregory Martin Dave Hill
2.Global Neo-Liberalism, the Deformation of Education and Resistance
4. Participation and Education in the Landless People’s Movement of Brazil
Georgios Grollios Ioannis Kaskaris
5. From socialist - democratic to “Third Way” politics and rhetoric in Greek
education (1997 - 2002) Joel Kivirauma Risto Rinne Piia Seppänen
Giotto has become the symbol of a profound
renewal in the history of Western figurative arts, and of the first radical
renewal since ancient Greece.
"He converted the art of painting from Greek to Latin and brought in the modern
era" - this is Cennino Cennini's synthesis fifty years after Giotto's death,
underscoring the revolutionary character of Giotto's painting.
Volume 28, Number 1, April 2004, E-ISSN: 1086-329X Print ISSN: 0190-0013
"The Place of Trauma: Memory, Hauntings, and the Temporality of Ruins"in Memory Studies, Vol. 2, Issue: 1, 2009"Altered Place: Nostalgia, Topophobia, and the Unreality of Memory" in Journal for the Society of Existential Analysis, Vol. 18, Issue: 1, 2008.
"Furniture Music, Hotel Lobbies, and Banality: Can we Speak of a Disinterested Space?" in Space and Culture, Vol. 9: Issue 4, 2006
"Memories in Site: Towards a Renewed Understanding of Starbucks" in Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology, Vol. 17: Issue 1, 2006
"From the Divine to the Dissolute: Schopenhauer and Death in Venice" in Consciousness, Literature and the Arts, Vol. 5: Issue, 1, 2004
Architect, scientist, and writer Christopher Alexander is one of the most remarkable thinkers and makers of our time. His many books include A Pattern Language (1977), The Timeless Way of Building (1979), and A Foreshadowing of Twenty-First Century Art: The Color and Geometry of Very Early Turkish Carpets (1993). This essay is his recent effort to distill the major discoveries in his masterful four-volume The Nature of Order (2002-2005), published by the Center for Environmental Structure in Berkeley, CA.
The Third World at Home, By Noam Chomsky (1993) (See Economy)
The 3rd world view: 09/01/2003 - 10/01/2003 (See Economy)
Call for papersThe Departments for Geography, History, and the Faculty of Environmental Design at the University of Calgary are pleased to invite paper proposals for "Canadian Parks for Tomorrow 2008".Submissions are strongly encouraged from interdisciplinary backgrounds that address conservation and management issues from different angles, including - but not limited to - geography, environmental sciences, political science, biology, sociology, history, economics and law.
Protected Areas as Constructed Organizations, by H J E PennaFaculty of Economic Sciences/Universidad de Buenos Aires, Cordoba 2122/C1120 BUENOS AIRES AAQ/ARGENTINA. Mailing address: Espinosa 1963/C1416 BUENOS AIRES CEQ/ARGENTINA, e-m: email@example.com"No political organization effectively exists to give the whole globe visibility, for unlike nation-states the earth has no external enemy. (164)". "The region, [...] is far too large to be known directly […] (159) […] "Regions, to the extent that they lack a solid political base, lack visibility" (163) (Tuan 1975)