... Orient through the use of nationalism and the infiltration of an alien (European) culture. In the 1880s, Trikoupis' opponents supported the view that the King, if necessary, should DOI: 10.1057/9781137564146.0010 Unwanted Legacies.
Author: Othon Anastasakis
This is a rich yet succinct account of an underexplored story: the consequences of the Great War for the region which ignited it. It offers a fascinating tapestry: the collapse of Empires, the birth of Turkey and Yugoslavia, Greece as both victor and loser, Bulgaria's humiliating defeat; bitter memories, forced migrations, territorial implications and collective national amnesias. The legacies live on. The contributions in this volume significantly enhance the debate about how the Great War is remembered in South East Europe, and why it still evokes such strong emotions and reactions, more than a century after its beginnings.
The liberal readings, for example, simply understood them as 'unwanted legacies', something that we will show is far from sustainable given their importance and the fact they worked as radically new instruments. The structuralist vision ...
Author: Juan Grigera
Category: Political Science
This edited volume provides a comprehensive overview of the renewal of academic engagement in the Argentinian dictatorship in the context of the post-2001 crisis. Significant social and judicial changes and the opening of archives have led to major revisions of the research dedicated to this period. As such, the contributors offer a unique presentation to an English-speaking audience, mapping and critiquing these developments and widening the recent debates in Argentina about the legacy of the dictatorship in this long-term perspective.
... she/he can obtain the desired legacies by extracting them from other legendary items that possess the required legacies. The extracted legacies can be used to replace the unwanted legacies on the player's main legendary item.
Publisher: Academic Press
Emotions, Technology, and Digital Games explores the need for people to experience enjoyment, excitement, anxiety, anger, frustration, and many other emotions. The book provides essential information on why it is necessary to have a greater understanding of the power these emotions have on players, and how they affect players during, and after, a game. This book takes this understanding and shows how it can be used in practical ways, including the design of video games for teaching and learning, creating tools to measure social and emotional development of children, determining how empathy-related thought processes affect ethical decision-making, and examining how the fictional world of game play can influence and shape real-life experiences. Details how games affect emotions—both during and after play Describes how we can manage a player’s affective reactions Applies the emotional affect to making games more immersive Examines game-based learning and education Identifies which components of online games support socio-emotional development Discusses the impact of game-based emotions beyond the context of games
Heirs of Admiral Byng , court - martialed for losing Minorca in 1756 , feel so haunted by his legacy of cowardice that they are regularly ... in sports and warfare 29 Medicine cannot cure nor miracles rid us of most unwanted legacies .
Author: David Lowenthal
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A paperback edition of a critically-acclaimed 1998 study of the meaning and effects of 'Heritage'.
Unwanted. Legacies. THE MORE PEOPLE I INTERVIEWED for this book, the more I became convinced that theirs were powerful stories of triumph over loss. These were not lives characterized by damage and defined by pathology.
Author: Maxine Harris
Category: Family & Relationships
"Beautifully written and informative. Harris' eloquence is exceeded only by the compassion and insight she brings to this perplexing and formative experience."—Vamik D. Volkan, Univ. of Virginia.
problem , ” legacies being the sons , sibling brothers , and sometimes nephews and cousins of older initiated members . The desire for continuity of the ... May 1930 Quarterly , against being forced to take unwanted legacies .
Author: Marianne Rachel Sanua
In the late 1800s an increasingly dominant fixture of student life on college campuses was the fraternity, groups of like-minded individuals who banded together based on "Greek" intellectual and social ideals. One such society was Zeta Beta Tau, founded by Dr. Richard James Horatio Gottheil and fourteen charter members at Columbia University in 1898 as a forum where young Jewish men could discuss their faith, enhance pride in their heritage, and embrace the ideals of the Zionist movement. In this study, Marianne Sanua follows the evolution of the fraternity from its rabbinic roots to its contemporary non-sectarianism and shows how ZBT's social opportunities, hitherto denied its members in the non-Jewish world, were a means of proving "first on the college campus and later to all the world that young Jewish men could be the equal of their best Gentile counterparts in achievement, behavior, and gentlemanly bearing". In chronicling ZBT, however, Sanua also examines broader issues like anti-Semitism, Zionism, assimilation, the presence of Jews in academe, and the changing goals and expectations of generations of the fraternity's members.
He Who Does Not Howl with the Wolf: The Wagner Legacy. London: Sanctuary Publishers Ltd., 1998. ... Twilight of the Wagners: The Unveiling of a Family's Legacy. ... Unwanted Legacies: Sharing the Burden of Post-Genocide Generations.
Author: Steven Leonard Jacobs
Category: Social Science
With an overview essay, timeline, reference entries, and annotated bibliography, this resource is a concise one-stop reference on antisemitism in today's society. Stretching back to biblical times, antisemitism is perhaps the world's oldest hatred of a group. It has manifested itself around the world, sometimes taking the form of superficially innocent jokes and at other times promoting such tragedies as the Holocaust. Far from disappeared, its continued existence in today's society is evidenced by vandalism of Jewish cemeteries and shootings at synagogues. This book explores the causes and consequences of contemporary antisemitism, placing this form of hatred in its historical, political, and social contexts. An overview essay surveys the background and significance of antisemitism and provides historical context for discussions of contemporary topics. A timeline highlights key events related to antisemitism. Some 50 alphabetically arranged reference entries provide objective, fundamental information about people, events, and other topics related to antisemitism. These entries cite works for further reading and provide cross-references to related topics. An annotated bibliography cites and evaluates some of the most important resources on antisemitism suitable for student research. An overview essay places antisemitism in its historical context and discusses its contemporary significance A timeline identifies key developments related to antisemitism Roughly 50 alphabetically arranged reference entries provide objective, fundamental information about topics related to antisemitism, with an emphasis on modern society Entry bibliographies direct users to specific sources of additional information An annotated bibliography lists and evaluates some of the most important broad works on antisemitism
LEGACIES. The strategy of improving on a recent and complex past with a constructed and often simplified memory proved ... not provoke any repercussions this time.50 Besides such attempts to obliterate the unwanted legacies of the past, ...
Author: Yvonne Maria Werner
Publisher: Leuven University Press
Collected essays resulting from an interdisciplinary research project.
Urban space, political identity and the unwanted legacies of state socialism: Bucharest's problematic Centru Civic in the post-socialist era Duncan Lighta and Craig Youngb aGeography, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, United Kingdom ...
Author: Alexander C. Diener
Category: Political Science
The development of post-socialist cities has become a major field of study among critical theorists from across the social sciences and humanities. Originally constructed under the dictates of central planners and designed to serve the demands of command economies, post-socialist urban centers currently develop at the nexus of varied and often competing economic, cultural, and political forces. Among these, nationalist aspirations, previously simmering beneath the official rhetoric of communist fraternity and veneer of architectural conformity, have emerged as dominant factors shaping the urban landscape. This book explores this burgeoning field of research through detailed cases studies relating to the cultural politics of architecture, urban planning, and identity in the post-socialist cities of Eurasia. This book was published as a special issue of Nationalities Papers.
... past and unwanted legacies, Lee pioneers the Female Gothic by employing the figure of the absent mother as a vehicle to critique eighteenthcentury gender politics. The parallels she draws between Mary, Queen of Scots, ...
Author: Jonathan Dent
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Sinister histories is the first book to offer a detailed exploration of the Gothic's response to Enlightenment historiography. It uncovers hitherto-neglected relationships between fiction and prominent works of eighteenth-century history, locating the Gothic novel in a range of new interdisciplinary contexts. Drawing on ideas from literary studies, history, politics and philosophy, the book demonstrates the extent to which historical works influenced and shaped Gothic fiction from the 1760s to the early nineteenth century. Through a series of detailed readings of texts from The Castle of Otranto (1764) to Maria, or The Wrongs of Woman (1798), this book offers an alternative account of the Gothic's development and a sustained revaluation of the creative legacies of the French Revolution.
And the wars there were seen as unwanted legacies from the past. The military hierarchy, too, no longer believed that the wars could be won. In February 1974, Spínola, now the deputy chief of the general staff, published a book entitled ...
Author: Martin Meredith
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Africa is forever on our TV screens, but the bad-news stories (famine, genocide, corruption) massively outweigh the good (South Africa). Ever since the process of decolonialisation began in the mid-1950s, and arguably before, the continent has appeared to be stuck in a process of irreversible decline. Constant war, improper use of natural resources and misappropriation of revenues and aid monies contribute to an impression of a continent beyond hope. How did we get here? What, if anything, is to be done? Weaving together the key stories and characters of the last fifty years into a stunningly compelling and coherent narrative, Martin Meredith has produced the definitive history of how European ideas of how to organise 10,000 different ethnic groups has led to what Tony Blair described as the 'scar on the conscience of the world'. Authoritative, provocative and consistently fascinating, this is a major book on one of the most important issues facing the West today.
Urban Space, Political Identity and the Unwanted Legacies of State Socialism: Bucharest's Problematic Centru Civic in the Post-Socialist Era. In From Socialist to Post-Socialist Cities, ed. Alexander Diener and Joshua Hagen.
Author: Maria Alina Asavei
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book illuminates the interconnections between politics and religion through the lens of artistic production, exploring how art inspired by religion functioned as a form of resistance, directed against both Romanian national communism (1960-1989) and, latterly, consumerist society and its global market. It investigates the critical, tactical and subversive employments of religious motifs and themes in contemporary art pieces that confront the religious ‘affair’ in post-communist Romania. In doing so, it addresses a key gap in previous scholarship, which has paid little attention to the relationship between religious art and political resistance in communist Central and South-East Europe.
Instead of discarding, we have to learn to recycle and transform existing structures as the only method of disposing unwanted legacies. However, responsible approaches to garbage involve handling toxic materials that require deliberate ...
Author: Norman J. W. Goda
Publisher: Berghahn Books
Since the end of World War II, the ongoing efforts aimed at criminal prosecution, restitution, and other forms of justice in the wake of the Holocaust have constituted one of the most significant episodes in the history of human rights and international law. As such, they have attracted sustained attention from historians and legal scholars. This edited collection substantially enlarges the topical and disciplinary scope of this burgeoning field, exploring such varied subjects as literary analysis of Hannah Arendt’s work, the restitution case for Gustav Klimt’s Beethoven Frieze, and the ritualistic aspects of criminal trials.
Or with how we've translated wanted and unwanted legacies from one generation to the next? Part Four, “Transitions and Transformations,” highlights the changes that adolescence brings to mothers, daughters, and their enduring ...
Author: Nina Shandler
Publisher: Random House
Category: Family & Relationships
'Where are you going dressed like that?'; 'I never did that at your age'; 'You were such a lovely baby.'; 'Where did I go wrong?'Ring any bells? If you've ever been exposed to the teenage maelstrom of hormones, angst, fear and anger you'll recognise the sentiments. But what about the mothers? Who helps them to help themselves, and their daughters? For the first time, mothers talk with humour, pathos, candour, insight and, ultimately, optimism about rejection and separation, love and sex, drugs, alcohol, menstruation and the mother-daughter bond. From the mother of the author of the American bestseller Ophelia Speaks, Ophelia's Mum draws on the feelings and uncertainties of hundreds of mothers to show that you're not crazy, and you're certainly not alone in your frustration, confusion and exhilaration over raising an adolescent daughter.
hinting at the unequal nature of the relationship between Russians and the indigenous peoples.13 In Turkmenistan, Niyazov reframed Soviet rule as a gloomy era with unwanted legacies that should be eradicated.
Author: Erica Marat
Category: Political Science
The military played a pivotal role in the political development, state functions, foreign policy and the daily lives of the people in the Central Asian states from the early twentieth century until the present. This book is the first major, in-depth study of the military institutions in Central Asian states. It examines their hidden story, the different stages of their development from the early twentieth century until the present, and the influence they had on the state and society. It effectively combines history, sociology of the military and political science and provides deeper insights into how recently formed states function. By concentrating extensively on the military, this book is an important and a timely contribution to a wide range of disciplines including Central Asian studies, and post-colonial state and nation-building studies.
“The inheritors of white elephants, I guess you'd call us; the recipients of unwanted legacies. Our grandparents left us their whole life's work, and we can't run away from it fast enough.” Leslie's heels left a trail of wounds as she ...
Author: Barbara Davis
When a young woman returns to North Carolina after a thirty-year absence, she finds that the once grand tobacco plantation she called home holds more secrets than she ever imagined. Though Peak Plantation has been in her family for generations, Leslie Nichols can’t wait to rid herself of the farm left to her by her estranged grandmother Maggie—and with it the disturbing memories of her mother’s death, her father’s disgrace, and her unhappy childhood. But Leslie isn’t the only one with a claim to Peak. Jay Davenport, Peak’s reclusive caretaker, has his own reasons for holding onto the land bequeathed to him by Leslie’s grandmother. Before she died, Maggie hinted at a terrible secret surrounding Adele Laveau, a lady’s maid who came to Peak during the 1930s and died under mysterious circumstances. Jay is haunted by Maggie’s story, yet the truth eludes him—until Leslie uncovers a cryptically marked grave on the property. As they delve into the mystery of Adele’s death, Leslie and Jay discover shocking secrets that extend deep into the roots of Leslie’s family tree—secrets that have the power to alter her life forever.
J Environ Psychol 31:207–230 Light D, Young C (2013) Urban space, political identity and the unwanted legacies of state socialism: Bucharest's problematic Centre Civic in the post-socialist era. Natl Pap 41(4):515–535 Light D, ...
Author: Maroš Finka
Category: Technology & Engineering
The book covers the topic of the role of public sector in the economic and territorial development across several dimensions of spatial planning, e.g. theoretical-methodological (planning cultures, leadership), executive (regional policies, services of general interest), sectoral (energy, tourism, air-quality) or social (social innovation, preservation of cultural heritage). The book delivers up-to date knowledge build on interactions between representatives of different stakeholders of economic and territorial development with the research represented by renowned experts and academicians. This is mirrored in the content of the book, delivering in a consistent form the conceptual explanations combined with the examples of the role of the public sector in fostering the local economies within the frame of spatial planning. The book reflects and transfers the expert knowledge which has been generated during more than a decade of scientific and research activities of Spa-ce.net. Presents a comprehensive view on different aspects of the involvement of public sector in the local and regional spatial development; Includes a combination of macro-regionally specific perspectives with the generalized knowledge; Provides knowledge from various researchers from prestigious European scientific and research teams.