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"We left forever and into the unknown"

Inga P. Veksler
literature, and the consideration of the experiences of the ethnographer (as a member of the 1.5 generation) and her family.  ...  By attending to migration as both social process and experience, it reveals transit migration to be a distinct category of experience with features parallel to other migrations marked by unfixed immigrant  ...  We had to eat, travel cheaply. Everything was on the cheap, and we all knew that.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3w097k3 fatcat:6aqjn77hpvakbo6gmjyvegpf5q

Every least thing: reading Cormac McCarthy's literary ecologies for a practice of thinking ethics

Christy Call
My focused reading of McCarthy's three novels from the Border Trilogy articulates the ramifications of this vision for a new ecological ontology, agency, and ethics.  ...  This reading practice for thinking relational ethics ruptures many of the trends in education today that orient students in standardized and noncritical modes of learning.  ...  As I demonstrated in Chapter 2, the human in McCarthy is part of material ecologies even corporeally so that the actions of his scenes reveal these micromoments of eating, traveling, talking, and working  ... 
doi:10.26053/0h-wg6p-djg0 fatcat:apbw4eo5j5ffvcgleucoedoaee

Sense of place: Cross-cultural perspectives from Banks Peninsula, New Zealand [article]

Robert Bruce Hay, University Of Canterbury
Through long residence in a region a person tends to become attached to that place, expressing both territoriality and affection for it. Bonding to a place is largely subconscious, however.  ...  Banks Peninsula, New Zealand, has been my study area, where a large number of Maori (indigenous) and pakeha (modern, and of European descent) peoples were interviewed in depth to determine the character  ...  the importance of a person's "time budget. , , the individual's daily or weekly routine, broken down into a series of behavior categories such as sleep, learning, eating, travel, work-related activities  ... 
doi:10.26021/5973 fatcat:m7ijef56sbd2rc3jroop7ce2yq

Stokes_columbia_0054D_11458.pdf [article]

To demonstrate the ways in which mass pageants competed with one another for the attention of audiences, as well as how theories and techniques of mass pageantry were adapted for a new medium, Chapter  ...  It argues that the emergence of mass pageantry points to a shared cultural goal-to reinvent theater as an art form created for and by "the people"-as well to a common social problem for which pageants  ...  They are already on to another modern experience, that of the train dining car, which allows them to simultaneously eat, travel, talk and take in the landscape, not as it is determined by a static, mono-perspectival  ... 
doi:10.7916/d83n29nh fatcat:7vcp5p2gvre2nk7jwkcq3wga7q