Colonization Wilderness and Spaces Between

Colonization  Wilderness  and Spaces Between

This volume of essays frames a comparative history of landscape painting in Australia and the United States through recent considerations of the Anthropocene, arguing that careful and deep analysis of specific nineteenth-century artworks ...

Author: Richard Read

Publisher: Terra Foundation for the Arts

ISBN: 0932171699

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Journal of Middle Eastern and North African Intellectual and Cultural Studies

Journal of Middle Eastern and North African Intellectual and Cultural Studies

Colonization relies on the differentiation between savage and civil spaces ,
between the colonial town and the undifferentiated wilderness of the native .
Mrabet enacts a reversal inasmuch as the colonized space is represented as the
civilized ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105123405933

Category: Africa, North

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The Culture of Wilderness

The Culture of Wilderness

As it pushes out its territory with its projects of colonization , occupation , and the
formation of the advanced state ... a distinction of this kind : between smooth
space and striated space , between the nomad and the state , between lines of
flight ...

Author: Frieda Knobloch

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ISBN: MINN:31951D01886697S

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Talvi s History of the Colonization of America

Talvi s History of the Colonization of America

Between these two little townships , where the so - called " little river ” falls into
the Connecticut , and in the immediate ... Among them were Ludlow , and one of
the assistants from the colony of Massachusetts , who , with the others , had ,
within the short space of five years , endured for the second time the most fearful
privations and horrors , in order to gain a new settlement in the wilderness . The
first ...

Author: Talvj

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ISBN: OSU:32435023011695

Category: New England

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The Exploration and Colonization of Space

The Exploration and Colonization of Space

Conflicts between the white man and the Indian continued for almost 300 years .
During this ... It took another 300 years to push the wilderness frontier across the
continent . ... THE PRESENT The period of exploration and colonization of the 13.

Author: Lawrence C. Wolken

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ISBN: IND:30000131942678

Category: Outer space

Page: 28

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Categories: Outer space

Do the Americas Have a Common Literature

Do the Americas Have a Common Literature

contrast between the natural “ green music ” of the jungle and the narrator ' s
need for paper on which to write his own music inspired ... to the land exists in the
literary space between the search for uninhabited paradise and the impulse to
colonize the wilderness — in ... and temporal , ” is only half the story ; this ancient
ideal has been modified by the experience of colonization , of inscribing man ' s
will ...

Author: Gustavo Pérez Firmat

Publisher: Durham : Duke University Press

ISBN: UOM:39015018858244

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 394

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This volume takes an important step toward the discovery of a common critical heritage that joins the diverse literatures of North America and Latin America. Traditionally, literary criticism has treated the literature of the Americas as “New World” literature, examining it in relation to its “Old World”—usually European—counterparts. This collection of essays redirects the Eurocentric focus of earlier scholarship and identifies a distinctive pan-American consciousness. The essays here place the literature of the Americas in a hemispheric context by drawing on approaches derived from various schools of contemporary critical thought—Marxism, feminism, culture studies, semiotics, reception aesthetics, and poststructuralism. As part of their search for a distinctly New World literary idiom, the contributors engage not only the major North American and Spanish American writers, but also such “marginal” or “minor” literatures as Chicano, African American, Brazilian, and Québecois. In identifying areas of agreement and confluence, this work lays the groundwork for finding historical, ideological, and cultural homogeneity in the imaginative writing of the Americas. Contributors. Lois Parkinson Zamora, David T. Haberly, José David Saldívar, Antonio Benítez-Rojo, José Piedra, Doris Sommer, Enrico Mario Santí, Eduardo González, John Irwin, Wendy B. Faris, René Prieto, Jonathan Monroe, Gustavo Pérez Firmat
Categories: Literary Criticism

Transculturations in Colonial Space

Transculturations in Colonial Space

From Colonial Discourse to Colonial Semiosis . Dispositio 36-38 : 333-37 . 1994.
... Writing , Gender , and Ethnicity in Colonial Latin America . Ed . Francisco
Javier Cevallos ... In Errand into the Wilderness . Cambridge : Harvard University
 ...

Author: Ralph Robert Bauer

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ISBN: MSU:31293010710998

Category: America

Page: 866

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Colonization of the New World

Colonization of the New World

When Cartier and his comrades were admitted into this village , they found in the
centre of it an open space for gatherings of the ... B. House of the King C. Space
between the house and walls of the Village D Walls of the Village E Outside of
Walls F Cartier received by the ... He began by calling the newly discovered
wilderness a viceroyalty , and appointed as his viceroy a gentleman from Picardy
, whose ...

Author: John Fiske

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105025721775

Category: United States

Page: 396

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A History of All Nations Fiske J Colonization of the New world

A History of All Nations  Fiske  J  Colonization of the New world

Space between the house and walls of the Village D Walls of the Village E
Outside of Walls . ... He began by calling the newly discovered wilderness a
viceroyalty , and appointed as his viceroy a gentleman from Picardy , whose
name was ...

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ISBN: COLUMBIA:CU14917823

Category: World history

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Historical Sketches and Events in the Colonization of America

Historical Sketches and Events in the Colonization of America

... direct , and give command for the managing and ordering of war that might
befall for the space of one year next ensuing . ... In the depth of a New England
winter Williams fled into the wilderness and took refuge among the Narragansett
 ...

Author: George Barnes Hall

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433081791745

Category: United States

Page: 222

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Contemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory

Contemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory

During the colonization of North America in the nineteenth century , progress was
usually linked with material changes in the land where the ... survey lines and
monuments acted as an important technology to appropriate and give order to
what was essentially perceived as wilderness . However , through investigating
the gap between the artefact of survey maps and the material effects of land
survey ' on ...

Author: Laura McAtackney

Publisher: British Archaeological Reports Limited

ISBN: UOM:39015070949337

Category: Social Science

Page: 118

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Studies in Contemporary and Historical Archaeology 4
Categories: Social Science

Africa

Africa

... LAST WILDERNESS ' REORDERING SPACE FOR POLITICAL AND
ECONOMIC CONTROL IN COLONIAL TANZANIA ... against a background of
evolving development strategies between 1919 and 1961 , the period of formal
British rule .

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ISBN: UOM:39015074935894

Category: Africa

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Includes Proceedings of the Executive council and List of members, also section "Review of books".
Categories: Africa

Remarks on the Practicability of Indian Reform Embracing Their Colonization

Remarks on the Practicability of Indian Reform  Embracing Their Colonization

... arrived at the place where we are constrained to feel the want of immediate
relief , such alone as the colonization system provides for . ... They form
missionary establishments in the wilderness under great disadvantages and
privations , and all under the sickening reflection , that ... Oh that God , who made
the world to be inhabited by man , would grant a little space for the occupancy of
these people !

Author: Isaac McCoy

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ISBN: BL:A0023239954

Category: Indian land transfers

Page: 72

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Wilderness Science in a Time of Change Conference

Wilderness Science in a Time of Change Conference

Stated differently , in his view , the principles of ecology applied as much to
farming ( inside ) as to wilderness ( outside ) . ... Among these initiatives are the
creation of Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument , the buy out of the
New World mine outside of Yellowstone National ... Considering the neighbors
you'd have in most open spaces , ” the ad explains , “ golfers suddenly don't
seem so bad . ... The culture of wilderness : agriculture as colonization in the
American West .

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ISBN: UCR:31210016627042

Category: Wilderness areas

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History of the Colonization of the United States

History of the Colonization of the United States

... and the republican revolution that followed , left the colonists , for the space of
twenty years , nearly unmolested in the enjoyment of the ... The change which
their industry had wrought in the wilderness , was the admiration of their times , -
the wonder of the world . ... In a little more than ten years , fifty towns and villages
had been planted ; between thirty and forty churches built ; and strangers , as
they ...

Author: George Bancroft

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X000146442

Category: United States

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History of the Colonization of the United States Tenth Ed

History of the Colonization of the United States  Tenth Ed

... and the republican revolution that followed , left the colonists , for the space of
twenty years , nearly unmolested in the enjoyment of the ... The change which
their industry had wrought in the wilderness , was the admiration of their times ,
—the wonder of the world . ... In a little more than ten years , fifty towns and
villages had been planted ; between thirty and forty churches built ; and strangers
, as they ...

Author: George Bancroft

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ISBN: ONB:+Z16078060X

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History of the United States History of the colonization of the United States

History of the United States  History of the colonization of the United States

... engaged , and the republican revolution that followed , left the colonists , for the
space of twenty years , nearly unmolested in the enjoyment ... The change which
their industry had wrought in the wilderness , was the admiration of their times ,
— the wonder of the world . ... In a little more than ten years , fifty towns and
villages had been planted ; between thirty and forty churches built ; and strangers
, as ...

Author: George Bancroft

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HN4W77

Category: United States

Page: 462

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Siskiyou county only has volume 1 of this edition.
Categories: United States

Wilderness Visions

Wilderness Visions

Perhaps when relationships between American science fiction and other forms of
American literature have been clarified , it will be ... Thus , it is not always
meaningful to separate the American frontier experience from European colonial
experience when discussing ... the association of colonizing new worlds in outer
space with the original settlement of America , an analogy which implicitly refers
both to ...

Author: David Mogen

Publisher: Millefleurs

ISBN: UOM:49015000964024

Category: Frontier and pioneer life in literature.

Page: 64

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Colonial Palimpsest

Colonial Palimpsest

Beginning with classical representations of the wilderness beyond the civilized
space of the polis – and subsequently of the empire - and of the inhabitants with
which the ancient Greek , Roman , and Hebrew imaginations populated this
space ...

Author: Troy A. Storfjell

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ISBN: WISC:89078142981

Category: Lapland

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"This dissertation is a colonial discourse analysis of the construction of Sápmi (Sámiland) as colonized territory and the Sámi as colonized subjects, and an exploration of some oppositional responses to that construction. Beginning with classical representations of the wilderness beyond the civilized space of the polis - and subsequently of the empire - and of the inhabitants with which the ancient Greek, Roman, and Hebrew imaginations populated this space, the analysis goes on to trace the incorporation of the Sámi into world views that constructed the uncivilized as mirrors to reflect the image of the civilized gazing subject back to himself. From Tacitus' Germania and later Roman and post-Roman Mediterranean texts, through the medieval and early modern periods, the examination follows the pre-colonial textual production of tropes of wildness, magic, and remoteness that form the basis of colonial discursive treatment of the Sámi. Colonial discourse emerges with the beginning of colonial expropriation of Sápmi and the Sámi in the sixteenth century. This dissertation follows the development of that discourse, and examines its transformations as it legitimizes and accommodates colonization into the twentieth century. Successively informed by and incorporated within various metropolitan European discourses, including those of the Enlightenment, the Noble Savage, and Social Darwinism, colonial discourse marginalizes and objectifies the Sámi while it inscribes them and their territory within the modern states of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia. The examination of colonial discourse culminates with the extreme marginalization of the Sámi in Knut Hamsun' s novel 'Markens grøde.' In its final section this dissertation examines the challenges facing oppositional texts, situated as they are within the traditions of colonial discourse's systems of representational containment and appropriation. One of the primary difficulties faced by both Sámi and non-Sámi authors in their counter-hegemonic endeavors is avoiding the essentialisms and binary oppositions posited by colonial discourse. This dissertation examines several different approaches to liberatory writing on the Sami, ending with Aagot Vinterbo-Hohr's 'Palimpsest' and Laila Stien's 'Vekselsang, ' two novels that undermine the essentialist constructions of colonial discourse and open a discursive space for multiple and diverse articulations of Sámi resistance and identity"--Leaves ix-x.
Categories: Lapland

Beyond Spaceship Earth

Beyond Spaceship Earth

Nor is the connection between the concept of wilderness and outer space
revolutionary . There are , however , many ... It has been a frontier , a place for
expansion and colonization , and a source of natural resources . It has also been
a place ...

Author: Eugene C. Hargrove

Publisher: Random House (NY)

ISBN: UOM:39015014936879

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 336

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Studie over de gevolgen van onderzoek en exploitatie in de ruimte voor de mens en voor het milieu van het heelal
Categories: Business & Economics