Janet O’Shea (Surrey) At Home in the World? The Bharata Natyam Dancer as Transnational Interpreter AbstractJanet O’Shea (Surrey) At Home in the World? The Bharata Natyam Dancer as Transnational Interpreter Abstract
The paper concludes by exploring alternatives to orientalist models of translation in an investigation of the work of four present-day, internationally-situated Bharata Natyam choreographers: Hari Krishnan, Mayuri Boonham and Subathra
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Us becomes a world power reviewUs becomes a world power review
Alfred Thayer Mahan expressed what opinion in his book The Influence of Sea Power Upon History?
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Relationship between a media genre and societyRelationship between a media genre and society
In fact, Dystopian films like Brazil, 1984, Bladerunner, and Gattaca directly tap into noir conventions such as chiaroscuro lighting, fedora hats and trenchcoats to assist in creating this mood
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Leja 518 Issues paper: Police discretionLeja 518 Issues paper: Police discretion
Kappa Phi and Golden Key International Honor Societies. Ms. Halliday has worked with and studied criminal justice issues in Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom
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The last jihadThe last jihad
This is a work of fiction. Aq the characters and events portrayed in this novel are either fictitious or are used
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Annual Conference: Regional Peace and Internal Conflict Who fights? Exploring the relationship between honor ideology and violent political behavior in ThailandAnnual Conference: Regional Peace and Internal Conflict Who fights? Exploring the relationship between honor ideology and violent political behavior in Thailand
Abstracts-East Asian Peace, 5th Annual Conference: Regional Peace and Internal Conflict
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New criticismNew criticism
Structuralist literary criticism as exemplified in the early work of roland barthes
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Daniel Jonah Goldhagen\Daniel Jonah Goldhagen's 'Crazy' Thesis: a critique of Hitler's Willing Executioners
Executioners, by Norman G. Finkelstein was published in the New Left Review (London), nr 224, July 1997, p. 39-88
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Fintech Lending: Financial Inclusion, Risk Pricing, and Alternative InformationFintech Lending: Financial Inclusion, Risk Pricing, and Alternative Information
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Bowling Alone byBowling Alone by
Abstract: The us once had an enviable society, but over the last two or three decades
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Abstract: The us once had an enviable society, but over the last two or three decades
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Policing Disorder Can we reduce serious crime by punishing petty offenses?Policing Disorder Can we reduce serious crime by punishing petty offenses?
The intellectual rationale for this increase is provided by "incapacitation theory"—the idea that a hardcore 6 percent of youths and young adults are responsible for the majority of crime and that locking up those persistent offenders will significantly impact
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