Thinking Northern

Author: Christoph Ehland
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042022817
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The essays collected in this volume discuss the changing physiognomy of Northern England and provide a mosaic of recent thought and new critical thinking about the textures of regional identity in Britain.

Intervening In Northern Ireland

Author: Marysia Zalewski
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317983726
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Additionally these essays explain alternative approaches offering other ways of
thinking about how the 'problem' of Northern Ireland has been constituted. The
second part of the book comprises essays which critically engage the
conventional specifics of the political landscape in Northern Ireland; one on the
neglected area of feminism; two re-considering a central feature of Northern Irish
life namely the 'two communities', and a final essay offering a genealogical
approach to the ...

Re Thinking Sexualities In Africa

Author: Signe Arnfred
Publisher: Nordic Africa Institute
ISBN: 9789171065131
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In the early 1 990s I, together with colleagues, carried out research into '
customary' marriage in Owambo, northern Namibia.2 In the course of the
research, we were told by a large number of local residents that getting married
was primarily a matter of Christian rites. However, many also spoke freely about '
customary' aspects of marriage, such as the wedding gift, oyonda, and its part in
establishing a valid marriage. Contrary to this, other aspects of what established
a 'traditional' ...

Northern Division

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Relation of memory work to thinking. The tables as tools. Value of Department's
suggestions recognised. Mr. Muir and pedantic methods. Mr. Macleod is inclined
to think that the terms " interest," " brokerage," etc., should simply be denned, and
problems involving these names should then be worked from first principles ; but
so many successful teachers hold that this is beyond the capacity of the average
pupil, he is not prepared to dogmatise on the subject. Mr. Philip takes a
somewhat ...

Re Thinking Dionysius The Areopagite

Author: Sarah Coakley
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1444356453
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Even within the more limited scope of the mystical theologies of northern Europe
in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, the narrative of that influence is hardly
simple. Any brief reconstruction even of its main lineaments is bound to be
selective, and no selection can do justice to the way in which Dionysius' thought
is woven into the very fabric of the vocabulary, imagery and argument of
Marguerite Porete, Meister Eckhart, Jan van Ruusbroec, Jean Gerson, Denys the
Carthusian or ...

The Northern Ireland Question Nationalism Unionism And Partition

Author: Patrick Roche
Publisher: Wordzworth Publishing
ISBN: 1783240040
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thinking. in. the. 1990s. Michael. Cunningham. Introduction. Theprincipal aimsof
this chapter are twofold; to highlightand critique thelanguage ofunionism and
nationalism in recent yearsand to examine theirproposals forpolitical progress
and new constitutional structures.A supplementary objective is to examine what
strategiesthe two principal political identities have adopted in pursuit of their aims
. Two disclaimers should perhaps beposted here. First, I have deliberately
chosento ...

Thinking Through Things

Author: Amiria Henare
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135392722
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Based on fieldwork in Northern Mongolia, this chapter examines how certain
sacred paraphernalia employed in shamanist rituals make visible a social
ontology otherwise hidden to ordinary people.1 Heeding Edward Hutchins' call
for an anthropology which addresses how cognition takes place 'in the wild' (
1995), my analysis rests on the theoretical premise that Darhad Mongolian
shamanic knowledge is embedded in different religious artefacts, such as the
shamanic costume, ...

The Northern Keep

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465325948
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That's all right; I don't mind you thinking about a different woman. After all, I was
thinking about another man.” The shepherd shook his head, hoping to perhaps
get some blood moving in that direction. “That's not it!” he snapped. “I don't want
to think about another . . .” he stopped. “Wait, just who the hell were you thinking
about?” The innkeeper's daughter sighed and laid back on the bed, reveling in
the many fantasies she had about the other stranger. “He was here last week,
from the ...

The Northern Region Of Korea

Author: Sun Joo Kim
Publisher: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 0295802170
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Thinking. Through. Region. sun. joo. kim. Numerous men and women of
prominence in modern Korea—Syngman Rhee, Kim Kyusik, Kim Ku, Yi Sŭnghun,
Yi Kwangsu, Kim Tongin, Hwang Sunwŏn, Kim Sowŏl, Mo Yunsuk, No Ch'
ŏnmyŏng, Kil Sŏnju, Ham Sŏkhŏn, Han Kyŏngjik, Mun Sŏnmyŏng, Kim Hwallan,
Hwang Sindŏk, Kim Maria, Kim Okkil, Kim Chunhyŏp, Paek Nakchun, Chang
Chunha, Yi Yŏnghŭi, Yi Tonghwi, An Chunggŭn, An Ch'angho, and Chu Sigyŏng,
to name a ...

Regional Development In Northern Europe

Author: Mike Danson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136461310
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Re-thinking. hperipheralityiinthe. contextofa. knowledge-intensive,. service-
dominated. economy. Mike Crone Introduction There hasbeen along-standing
interest in peripheralityand its economic implications among policy-makers in the
European Union (e.g.Keeble et al., 1988; European Commission, 2001).This
mainly conceptual chapter aims to re-consider the meaningand implications of
peripherality in the context of a contemporary European economy where service
activities have ...