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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The implications of recent work in the history of analytic philosophyThe implications of recent work in the history of analytic philosophy
A version of this paper was published in the Bertrand Russell Soceity Quarterly
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Name: Mr. Kaminicki chs social studies hota I the Evolution of American HistoriographyName: Mr. Kaminicki chs social studies hota I the Evolution of American Historiography
Historiography refers to the history of historical writing. It also encompasses the philosophy, scope, and methods employed in historical work
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Mellon Project on Folklore, Ethnomusicology, and Oral History in the Academy Background Paper: Oral History DefinitionsMellon Project on Folklore, Ethnomusicology, and Oral History in the Academy Background Paper: Oral History Definitions
David Isay, whose StoryCorps project is rekindling interest in the storied quality of everyday life. Commonly, the term registers a certain democratic or populist meaning
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