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Feminist Net-work : digitization and performances of the Women's Art Library slide collection

01 Jan 2018-
About: The article was published on 2018-01-01 and is currently open access. It has received 75 citations till now. The article focuses on the topics: Digitization.
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01 Sep 1989
TL;DR: We may not be able to make you love reading, but archaeology of knowledge will lead you to love reading starting from now as mentioned in this paper, and book is the window to open the new world.
Abstract: We may not be able to make you love reading, but archaeology of knowledge will lead you to love reading starting from now. Book is the window to open the new world. The world that you want is in the better stage and level. World will always guide you to even the prestige stage of the life. You know, this is some of how reading will give you the kindness. In this case, more books you read more knowledge you know, but it can mean also the bore is full.

5,075 citations

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30 May 2018
TL;DR: Tata Africa Services (Nigeria) Limited as mentioned in this paper is a nodal point for Tata businesses in West Africa and operates as the hub of TATA operations in Nigeria and the rest of West Africa.
Abstract: Established in 2006, TATA Africa Services (Nigeria) Limited operates as the nodal point for Tata businesses in West Africa. TATA Africa Services (Nigeria) Limited has a strong presence in Nigeria with investments exceeding USD 10 million. The company was established in Lagos, Nigeria as a subsidiary of TATA Africa Holdings (SA) (Pty) Limited, South Africa and serves as the hub of Tata’s operations in Nigeria and the rest of West Africa.

3,658 citations

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533 citations

01 Jan 2016
TL;DR: Doing Visual Ethnography: The Future of Visual AnthropologyVisual Research Methods in the Social SciencesDoing visual anthropologyThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research MethodsQualitative Inquiry Under FireWorking ImagesDrawn to SeeVisual ResearchDigital AnthropologyInterpreting visual anthropologistsVisual Methods in FieldDoing Public EthnographiesDoing Anthropology in Consumer ResearchBeing EthnographicVideo ExplorationChallenges and Solutions in Visual AnthropologyMuseumsThe Routledge International Handbook of Film and Video doing Visual Anthropologists as discussed by the authors.
Abstract: Doing Visual EthnographyDoing EthnographyDoing Visual ResearchPrinciples of Visual AnthropologyThe Wiley Handbook of Ethnography of EducationAdvances in Visual MethodologyVisual Methods in Social ResearchDoing Visual EthnographyInnovative Methods in Media and Communication ResearchUrban Youth and PhotovoiceReflecting Visual EthnographyRethinking Visual AnthropologyAn Anthropology of the SubjectVisual InterventionsExperimental EthnographyVisualizing AnthropologyDoing Visual EthnographyThe Future of Visual AnthropologyVisual Research Methods in the Social SciencesDoing Visual EthnographyThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research MethodsQualitative Inquiry Under FireWorking ImagesDrawn to SeeVisual ResearchDigital EthnographyInterpreting Visual EthnographyVisual Methods in the FieldDoing Public EthnographyDoing Anthropology in Consumer ResearchBeing EthnographicVideo EthnographyChallenges and Solutions in Ethnographic ResearchMuseumsThe Routledge International Handbook of Ethnographic Film and VideoDoing Visual EthnographyMediating MobilityDoing Sensory EthnographyMade to Be SeenVisual Anthropology

419 citations

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TL;DR: The One and the Many: Contemporary Collaborative Art in a Global Context Grant H. Kester Durham, Duke University Press, 2011 320 pp., ISBN: 9780822349877 as discussed by the authors
Abstract: The One and the Many: Contemporary Collaborative Art in a Global Context Grant H. Kester Durham, Duke University Press, 2011 320 pp., ISBN: 9780822349877 The ‘one’ in the title of this wide-ranging...

172 citations

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TL;DR: One of the most important works of cultural theory ever written, Walter Benjamin's groundbreaking essay explores how the age of mass media means audiences can listen to or see a work of art repeatedly and what the troubling social and political implications of this are as mentioned in this paper.
Abstract: One of the most important works of cultural theory ever written, Walter Benjamin's groundbreaking essay explores how the age of mass media means audiences can listen to or see a work of art repeatedly - and what the troubling social and political implications of this are. Throughout history, some books have changed the world. They have transformed the way we see ourselves - and each other. They have inspired debate, dissent, war and revolution. They have enlightened, outraged, provoked and comforted. They have enriched lives - and destroyed them. Now Penguin brings you the works of the great thinkers, pioneers, radicals and visionaries whose ideas shook civilization and helped make us who we are.

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Book ChapterDOI
01 Sep 1989
TL;DR: We may not be able to make you love reading, but archaeology of knowledge will lead you to love reading starting from now as mentioned in this paper, and book is the window to open the new world.
Abstract: We may not be able to make you love reading, but archaeology of knowledge will lead you to love reading starting from now. Book is the window to open the new world. The world that you want is in the better stage and level. World will always guide you to even the prestige stage of the life. You know, this is some of how reading will give you the kindness. In this case, more books you read more knowledge you know, but it can mean also the bore is full.

5,075 citations

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TL;DR: The ubiquitous puns on "matter" do not, alas, mark a rethinking of the key concepts (materiality and signification) and the relationship between them, rather, it seems to be symptomatic of the extent to which matters of "fact" have been replaced with matters of signification (no scare quotes here).
Abstract: L anguage has been granted too much power. The linguistic turn, the semiotic turn, the interpretative turn, the cultural turn: it seems that at every turn lately every “thing”—even materiality—is turned into a matter of language or some other form of cultural representation. The ubiquitous puns on “matter” do not, alas, mark a rethinking of the key concepts (materiality and signification) and the relationship between them. Rather, it seems to be symptomatic of the extent to which matters of “fact” (so to speak) have been replaced with matters of signification (no scare quotes here). Language matters. Discourse matters. Culture matters. There is an important sense in which the only thing that does not seem to matter anymore is matter. What compels the belief that we have a direct access to cultural representations and their content that we lack toward the things represented? How did language come to be more trustworthy than matter? Why are language and culture granted their own agency and historicity while matter is figured as passive and immutable, or at best inherits a potential for change derivatively from language and culture? How does one even go about inquiring after the material conditions that have led us to such a brute reversal of naturalist beliefs when materiality itself is always already figured within a linguistic domain as its condition of possibility?

4,728 citations