"Cloth making -- among the oldest forms of human cultural production -- provides inspiration for Ann Hamilton's multi-venue project, 'habitus', located at three sites: The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Municipal Pier 9, and on social media. ...
Author: Patricia C. Phillips
Publisher: Prestel Publishing
Category: Art, Modern
Cloth making -- among the oldest forms of human cultural production -- provides inspiration for Ann Hamilton's multi-venue project, 'habitus', located at three sites: The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Municipal Pier 9, and on social media. 'habitus' weaves text, textile, and image together as mediums for an imaginative and tactile exchange between artist and audience. The museum's galleries display Hamilton's selection of historical objects -- including literacy commonlace books, textile sample books, dolls, and needwork portfolios -- borrowed from Philadelphia museums and public collections. Printed passages from published writings referencing the social and material life of textiles, and collected through an open call to the public at http://cloth-a-commonplace.tumblr.com, will be available free to museum visitors. In the vast space of Municipal Pier 9 on the Delaware River, visitors propel a field of gigantic cylindrical curtains to billow to atmospheric proportion. As cloth swaddles us at birth and covers us in sleep; as a folded blanket can tell a story of trade; as a flag carries the symbol of a nation, Hamilton's multi-venue exhibition 'habitus' invites us to touch and be touched by the fabric of human experience -- Publisher's statement.
Blackout poetry zine from the original texts: Humanoid family (2001), by Ernesto Neto; Habitus (2016), by Ann Hamilton; No, your furniture shouldn't drip or burst, by Eve M. Kahn; Escalade beyond chromatic lands (2017), by Sheila Hicks.
Author: Mattie Ganson
Category: American poetry
Blackout poetry zine from the original texts: Humanoid family (2001), by Ernesto Neto; Habitus (2016), by Ann Hamilton; No, your furniture shouldn't drip or burst, by Eve M. Kahn; Escalade beyond chromatic lands (2017), by Sheila Hicks. "The original texts for the erasures named after art pieces comes from visual analyses created for my 2018 ARTH 245 paper titled 'Reaching out... Touching me... Touching you: the tactile/emotional lure of fiber in the work of 20th century artists Ernesto Neto, Sheila Hicks, and Ann Hamilton.'"--Page .
The complete works of Ann Hamilton Gaston Bachelard, The Poetics of Space
Amy Benson, “Other Places,” New England Review ... HABITUS. Nancy Acevedo-
Gil, “Toward a Critical Race Nepantlera Methodology,” Cultural Studies, Critical ...
Author: Jordan Kisner
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Category: Literary Collections
A Los Angeles Times Bestseller A Lit Hub | Chicago Review | Ms. Magazine March pick A Lambda Literary Most Anticipated Book In this perceptive and provocative essay collection, an award-winning writer shares her personal and reportorial investigation into America’s search for meaning When Jordan Kisner was a child, she was saved by Jesus Christ at summer camp, much to the confusion of her nonreligious family. She was, she writes, “just naturally reverent,” a fact that didn’t change when she—much to her own confusion—lost her faith as a teenager. Not sure why her religious conviction had come or where it had gone, she did what anyone would do: “You go about the great American work of assigning yourself to other gods: yoga, talk radio, neoatheism, CrossFit, cleanses, football, the academy, the American Dream, Beyoncé.” A curiosity about the subtle systems guiding contemporary life pervades Kisner’s work. Her celebrated essay “Thin Places” (Best American Essays 2016), about an experimental neurosurgery developed to treat severe obsessive-compulsive disorder, asks how putting the neural touchpoint of the soul on a pacemaker may collide science and psychology with philosophical questions about illness, the limits of the self, and spiritual transformation. How should she understand the appearance of her own obsessive compulsive disorder at the very age she lost her faith? Intellectually curious and emotionally engaging, the essays in Thin Places manage to be both intimate and expansive, illuminating an unusual facet of American life, as well as how it reverberates with the author’s past and present preoccupations.
Transforming Identities Robinson, Anne, Hamilton, Paula. youth offending being
driven by ... act and their social relations. They again turn to Bourdieu, this time to
his notion of habitus, or 'systems of durable, transposable dispositions' (1977, ...
Author: Robinson, Anne
Publisher: Policy Press
This book showcases research from a wide range of authors in the field of desisting from crime and recovering from addiction and examines the experiences of change for individuals seeking healthier and more successful futures
... 4:165-166 Lyotard and, 3: 1 7 1 , 1 74, 4:33 1 rationality theory, 2:347-348, 348
-349 habitus (Bourdieu concept), 2:405, ... Kate, 2:269 Hamburg school, 3:435,
436 Hamilton, Ann, 2:405 Hamilton, James R., at contributor, 1:307-310 Hamilton
Author: Michael Kelly
"Are things ugly or are they just not beautiful? The answer to this and many other questions can be found in this encyclopedia, the first large-scale comprehensive English-language reference on aesthetics and destined to be a classic in the field. Drawing from experts in the areas of philosophy, art, history, psychology, feminist theory, legal theory, and many more, the encyclopedia presents 600 signed essays alphabetically arranged. Most entries include a headnote clarifying the topic. Entries range from the philosophical essay on ugliness, to the more reality-based article on the impact of AIDS on the arts. Comprehensive coverage includes key figures, concepts, periods, theories, and movements in the history of aesthetics."--"Outstanding Reference Sources: the 1999 Selection of New Titles", American Libraries, May 1999. Comp. by the Reference Sources Committee, RUSA, ALA.
Amanda Wise,'“It'sJust anAttitude thatYou Feel”:InterEthnic Habitus Before
theCronulla Riots' in Greg Noble (ed.) Lines in the Sand: The Cronulla Riots, ...
85. 86. 87. JoanSimon,Ann Hamilton: An Inventoryof Objects(New York:GregoryR
Author: B. Trezise
Performing Feeling in Cultures of Memory brings memory studies into conversation with a focus on feelings as cultural actors. It charts a series of memory sites that range from canonical museums and memorials, to practices enabled by the virtual terrain of Second Life, popular 'trauma TV' programs and radical theatre practice.
... media on canvas , 36 x 36 inches at MPG Gallery , Boston James
Michalopoulos , Bulbous Habitus , oil on canvas , ... Ann Gove , Jeremy Hamilton
, Nov 1 - Dec 2 , opening reception Nov 1 , 6-8 pm NEWBURY STREET NEW
5, 12–13; Hamilton Papers (Camden Soc.), p. 153; Parl. ... He was allowed to use
'communis et vulgaris habitus,' instead of his purple gown, 6 July 1622. He
owned at the time ... His third wife was Ann, daughter of Henry Engham. She died
5 , 12 - 13 ; Hamilton Papers ( Camden tion of scandalous ministers and
schoolSoc . ) ... He was allowed to use his death by H . Hurst , chaplain to the
Councommunis et vulgaris habitus , ' instead of his tess of Manchester , at ... His
third wife was Ann , daughminister during his absence , but he adds , ter of Henry
The Story of the Folger Shakespeare Library and Its Collections Betty Ann Kane,
Folger Shakespeare Library ... AB Page iii the Folger Library seal , incorporating
Shakespeare ' s coat of arms 1 O . B . Hardison , Jr . ( photo by Diane Hamilton )
2 architectural drawing for plaque with Queen Elizabeth ' s coat of arms ,
Exhibition Gallery 4a London citizen , from Pietro Bertelli , Diversarum Nationum Habitus .
Author: Betty Ann Kane
Publisher: Washington : Folger Shakespeare Library
Ann Oakley and Juliet Mitchell, 187–199. ... Habitus. In Habitus: Sense of place,
ed. Jean Hillier and Emma Rooksby, 28–34. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate. Bourdieu,
Pierre, and J.C. Passeron. 1977. ... Hamilton (Ontario) Spectator (Oct. 5): C4.
Author: Harald Bauder
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Social Science
Throughout the industrialized world, international migrants serve as nannies, construction workers, gardeners and small-business entrepreneurs. Labor Movement suggests that the international migration of workers is necessary for the survival of industrialized economies. The book thus turns the conventional view of international migration on its head: it investigates how migration regulates labor markets, rather than labor markets shaping migration flows. Assuming a critical view of orthodox economic theory, the book illustrates how different legal, social and cultural strategies towards international migrants are deployed and coordinated within the wider neo-liberal project to render migrants and immigrants vulnerable, pushing them into performing distinct economic roles and into subordinate labor market situations. Drawing on social theories associated with Pierre Bourdieu and other prominent thinkers, Labor Movement suggests that migration regulates labor markets through processes of social distinction, cultural judgement and the strategic deployment of citizenship. European and North American case studies illustrate how the labor of international migrants is systematically devalued and how popular discourse legitimates the demotion of migrants to subordinate labor. Engaging with various immigrant groups in different cities, including South Asian immigrants in Vancouver, foreigners and Spätaussiedler in Berlin, and Mexican and Caribbean offshore workers in rural Ontario, the studies seek to unravel the complex web of regulatory labor market processes related to international migration. Recognizing and understanding these processes, Bauder argues, is an important step towards building effective activist strategies and for envisioning new roles for migrating workers and people. The book is a valuable resource to researchers and students in economics, ethnic and migration studies, geography, sociology, political science, and to frontline activists in Europe, North America and beyond.
Author: Nicholas Alexander FittinghoffPublish On: 1978
Ecology, Demography, Social Behavior, and Social Organization in Relation to a
Refuging Habitus Nicholas Alexander ... Hamilton , W. J. III and K. E. F. Watt .
1970 . Refuging . Ann . Rev. Ecol . Systemat . , 1 : 263-286 . Hausfater , G. 1975 .
Various Authors . ( 1958 ) . Ann . Inst . Pasteur , 94 , 137 - 223 . - D . K . 198 . ...
Microscopically small colonies possess in the case of many organisms a
characteristic and reproducible habitus . 2 . The author shows that in the case of
C . S . F ...
I am grateful to Ann Lawson Lucas for bringing this use of pig imagery in Dante to
my notice . the latest evolutionary ... 200 – 3 ; Gareth Roberts , ' Circe ' and
Supriya Chaudhuri , ' Grill ' , in A . C . Hamilton et al . ... 284 285 CHAPTER 13 : '
ALL MY BUSINESS IS MY SONG ' . . . such . . . images are called grylli ' ' Idem
iocosis nomine Gryllum deridiculi habitus pinxit , unde id genus picturae grylli
Author: Marina Warner
A book which explores the ever increasing presence of ogres, giants, bogeymen and other such figures of male terror in popular fiction and the stratagems we invent to allay the monsters we conjure up. Warner traces the roots of our commonest anxieties, unravelling the myths and fears which define our sensibilities.
Rhodes , Michelle Jo Ann , p . 3025A Great Britain Last chance for liberalism ... Hamilton , Sarah Malia , p . 2697A Guatemala El sueño político de los primeros ...
3080A Habitus Resisting ethics . Schaffer , Scott Edward , p . 3100A Haicheng ...
Walker CHM, Rose RL: Importance of age, sex and body habitus in the diagnosis
of left ventricular hypertrophy from the precordial electrocardiogram ... Hamilton
RM, McLeod K, Houston AB, et al: Inter- and intraobserver variability in LVH and
RVH reporting in pediatric ECGs. Ann Noninvasive Electrocardiol 10:330, 2005.
Author: Borys Surawicz
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Widely considered the optimal electrocardiography reference for practicing physicians, and consistently rated as the best choice on the subject for board preparation, this is an ideal source for mastering the fundamental principles and clinical applications of ECG. The 6th edition captures all of the latest knowledge in the field, including expanded and updated discussions of pediatric rhythm problems, pacemakers, stress testing, implantable cardiodefibrillator devices, and much more. It's the perfect book to turn to for clear and clinically relevant guidance on all of today’s ECG applications. Comprehensively and expertly describes how to capture and interpret all normal and abnormal ECG findings in adults and children. Features the expertise of internationally recognized authorities on electrocardiography, for advanced assistance in mastering the subtle but critical nuances of this complex diagnostic modality. Features new chapters on pediatric electrocardiography that explore rhythm problems associated with pediatric obesity, heart failure, and athletic activity. Presents a new chapter on recording and interpreting heart rhythms in patients with pacemakers. Includes new material on interpreting ECG findings associated with implantable cardioverter-defibrillators. Provides fully updated coverage on the increased importance of ECGs in stress testing.
J Pathol Bacteriol 70 : 311 - 314 , 1955 Lockhart RD , Hamilton GF , Fyfe FW :
Anatomy of the Human Body , pp 535 - 548 . Faber & Faber ... Anesth Analg 57 :
28 - 30 , 1978b Mackenzie CF , Shin B , Whitley N , Schellinger D : The
relationship of human tracheal size to body habitus . Anesthesiology ... Ann NY
Acad Sci 106 ...