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Thomas Docherty

Origins, originality, and the privileges of nature179 6 Origins, originality, and the privileges of nature There can be little doubt that the University – indeed the entire infrastructure of all our educational institutions – has become a battleground in recent times. In extreme form, this affects jurisdictions beyond the UK much more negatively than it does here. Recently, we have seen academics being arrested and jailed in Turkey, for instance; we have seen students attacked in a whole series of places, including South Africa, Australia, and the USA. Violence

in The new treason of the intellectuals
R. S. Conway
Bulletin of the John Rylands Library
Four Conversations with Canadian Communications Officers
Dominique Marshall

’s fifteen local offices in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, the Caribbean, and South America, there is now a person responsible for communications. Similarly, over the past year, the CRC has created a unique program of training for ‘digital volunteer specialists’ across the organization. Falconer attributes the size and the originality of the program to established strengths of the organization: a network of volunteers who donate according to their individual experience and availability ( Glassford, 2018 ), as well as what she calls the ‘scalable’ nature of an organization

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
1980–2000
Dominique Marshall

. It was in the mandate of Rockbrune’s service to see that copies of all published magazines and books made their way to the National Library of Canada, according to the law of legal deposit. All the while, he thought it important to keep his own sample of what was shipped. The originality of his collection resides in the preservation of publications and recordings in an order close to the way they were sent to educators, and in their association with a variety of less official documents, from posters to maps, subscription cards, teachers’ guides and bulletins, lists

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Kathryn Reeves

printmaking (other than chronicles of technical practice) and a neglect of the medium in art theory and criticism. It is, as she put it, ‘an especially puzzling slight when the medium seems so accessible to debates surrounding notions of authorship, originality, social formation, [and] agency…that have dominated the critical discourse of western art since antiquity.’ 3 Where

in Perspectives on contemporary printmaking
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Author: Neil Sinyard

This book explores why Jack Clayton had made so few films and why most of them failed to find a large audience. It examines the kind of criticism they generated, sometimes adulatory but sometimes dismissive and even condescending. The book hopes to throw light on certain tendencies and developments within the film industry and of film criticism, the British film industry and film criticism in particular. The fact that Clayton's films fit David Bordwell's paradigm of the art film is one explanation why producers had difficulty with him and why mainstream cinema found his work hard to place and assimilate. Clayton's pictorial eye has sometimes antagonised critics: they often take exception to some aspect of his mise-en-scene. Clayton had come to prominence with Room at the Top, around the time of the British 'Free Cinema' movement and immediately prior to the so-called British 'new-wave' films of the early 1960s from directors such as Tony Richardson and John Schlesinger. Thorold Dickinson's evocation of the Russian atmosphere and, in particular, his use of suspenseful soundtrack to suggest ghostly visitation undoubtedly had an influence on Jack Clayton's style in both The Bespoke Overcoat and The Innocents. The critical controversy concerning the status of Jack Clayton as director and artist is probably at its most intense over The Pumpkin Eater. Clayton stressed the importance of an opening that established right away the situation of 'a woman in crisis' but wanted to delay the Harrods scene so as to build up an atmosphere of suspense.

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Class cultures, the trade unions and the Labour Party
John Callaghan

ITLP_C08.QXD 18/8/03 10:00 am Page 116 8 Ross McKibbin: class cultures, the trade unions and the Labour Party John Callaghan The work of the historian is always a complex and heterogeneous aggregate of theories, narrative, interpretation and analysis. Such originality as it possesses lies more often than not in the distinctive pattern which the historian gives to the components of his or her work, rather than the components themselves, many of which may be found elsewhere. The three books by Ross McKibbin which form the focus of this chapter raise

in Interpreting the Labour Party
Imagination, originality, terror
E.J. Clery and Robert Miles

Fear’ (1746) The originality of Collins’s Ode lies in the fact that personified Fear is positively wooed rather than avoided by the aspiring poet. It can be measured against another, far more conventional, ‘Ode to Fear’ by Andrew Erskine ( Scots Magazine , 25, (April 1763), pp. 218–19). Erskine uses a regular sonnet form for his stanzas, orders Fear ‘Away with all thy

in Gothic documents
François Burgat

Bernard-Henri Lévy. If a few participants were still hoping to be enlightened as to these root causes, what a precious opportunity they had just been granted to identify the true components of the dread engine of radicalization! The Lessons of Palestine From an internal perspective, the key originality of the question of political Islam in Palestine is the unfinished quality of Palestinian para-statal structures, deprived to this day of the greater share of the prerogatives of a state. This explains the relatively late

in Understanding Political Islam
Irish fiction and autobiography since 1990
Liam Harte

/2/09 9:28 AM Page 203 Irish fiction and autobiography since 1990 203 Other narrative details – Moran’s second, childless marriage to a middle-aged spinster, his Catholic devotion, his capricious violence – reinforce the impression of the novel as a summative achievement. Yet Amongst Women is also a work of powerful originality which contains one of the most fascinating and intimately drawn portraits of destructive, charismatic fatherhood in modern Irish fiction. Moran has forcefully realised Reegan’s elusive dream of becoming master of his own house, Great Meadow

in Irish literature since 1990