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Hybridizing Textual Bodies and Neo-Gothic Identities: Frankenstein's Afterlife in Shelley Jackson's Fiction

Alessandra Squeo, University of Bari "Aldo Moro", Italy, alessandra.squeo@uniba.it
2018 Caietele Echinox  
Although she cannot be strictly considered part of the Neo-Gothic stream, her works exemplify significant ways in which post human thought intersects with Gothic textuality.  ...  Against the background of the current scholarly debate on the Neo-Gothic fascination with the body manipulation and dissection, this paper examines some recent transmutations of the archetype of the hybrid  ...  Contemporary Gothic possesses a new self-consciousness about its own nature; it has reached new levels of mass production, distribution and audience awareness, enabled by global consumer culture; and it  ... 
doi:10.24193/cechinox.2018.35.10 fatcat:ma3mld2lfzgfdgqa3jy737piz4

Page 186 of American Architect and Architecture Vol. 5, Issue 181 [page]

1879 American Architect and Architecture  
, French Gothic, | English Gothic, Italian Renaissance, French Renaissance, and Elizabethan.  ...  For any purpose of real instruction a few full-sized fragments, such as the order of the Parthenon set up in the museum of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, at Paris, or the pediment of the tem- ple of Zgina in  ... 

SOS: An Object-Oriented Operating System - Assessment and Perspectives

Marc Shapiro, Yvon Gourbant, Sabine Habert, Laurence Mosseri, Michel Ruffin, Celine Valot
1989 Computing Systems  
Acknowledgtnents In addition to the authors, SOS was designed and implemented thanks to the good ideas and the hard work of Vadim Abrossimov, Philippe Gautron, Jean-Pierre Le Narzul, and Mesaac Makpangou  ...  We are indebted to our partners in Esprit project SOMIW, and to the Esprit experts, George Colouris, Gianfranco Prini, and Prof.  ...  Gothic [Banâtre et al. 1986], a language and system for reliable distributed programs, is based on a theory of Fragmented Objects invoked via "multi-functions" (side-effect-free invocations, with co-ordinated  ... 
dblp:journals/csys/ShapiroGHMRV89 fatcat:e4febxtspzhlvayoq6ayyidf5e

Fractal Architecture Could Be Good for You [chapter]

Yannick Joye
2007 Nexus Network Journal  
The deployment of fractal principles in art and architecture seems to be a phenomenon of all times, and is in no way restricted to the period after the systematic mathematical understanding and description  ...  Nowadays, computer-generated fractal art, and the software to generate it, are widely available on the Internet.  ...  Next, decrease the size of the boxes of the grid, and again count the number of them at the bottom of the grid (B2), and the number that contains a fragment of the object (N2).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7643-8699-3_9 fatcat:vloboe3hmncrpaoaz4q7t36nsm

Fractal Architecture Could Be Good for You

Yannick Joye
2007 Nexus Network journal  
The deployment of fractal principles in art and architecture seems to be a phenomenon of all times, and is in no way restricted to the period after the systematic mathematical understanding and description  ...  Nowadays, computer-generated fractal art, and the software to generate it, are widely available on the Internet.  ...  Next, decrease the size of the boxes of the grid, and again count the number of them at the bottom of the grid (B2), and the number that contains a fragment of the object (N2).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00004-007-0045-y fatcat:35hets3knjgdbkovjduxwcrf74

Terror's Abduction of Experience: A Gothic History

Matthew Wickman
2005 The Yale Journal of Criticism  
In this world, as in the mosaics of Max Ernst, “things—fragments, outlines, pieces, shards— offer|ed] themselves” in “tenuous” assemblages “whose point of con- nection ...remain[ed] hidden.’*4 In gothic  ...  In gesturing toward the emer- gence and elementary dissolution of systemic philosophy (e.g., Hegelian, Marxian), Foucault effectively conjoins the gothic and sur- realism by situating the empirical revolution  ... 
doi:10.1353/yale.2005.0011 fatcat:hcwxofk2dzdanjiluyeut2b5qq

Dating and provenancing the Woman with lantern sculpture – A contribution towards attribution of Netherlandish art

Marta Domínguez-Delmás, Francien G. Bossema, Bieke van der Mark, Alexander Kostenko, Sophia Bethany Coban, Sjoerd van Daalen, Paul van Duin, K. Joost Batenburg
2021 Journal of Cultural Heritage  
Acknowledgements This research was funded by the Dutch Research Council (NWO) through the Wood for Goods project (016.Veni.195.502), and by the Netherlands Institute for Conservation, Art and Science (  ...  NICAS) and  ...  All this knowledge will furnish a solid empirical and (art)historical base for the attribution of Netherlandish art objects made of wood in the late-gothic and norther Renaissance periods.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.culher.2021.04.005 fatcat:ihnyncpexfbstjscccfpbkidfq

Sustainable Spaces with Psychological Values: Historical Architecture as Reference Book for Biomimetic Models with Biophilic Qualities

Nely Ramzy
2015 Archnet-IJAR  
Using pioneering strategies and applications from different historical styles, the paper shows that the combination of these two approaches may lead to enhanced outcomes in terms of sustainability as well  ...  Biomimicry is a growing area of interest in architecture due to the potentials it offers for innovative architectural solutions and for more sustainable, regenerative built environment.  ...  Gothic tracery, which provides an outer structural frame of these towers, replicates the strong mesh of the bamboo's outer organic bracing.  ... 
doi:10.26687/archnet-ijar.v9i2.464 fatcat:d5i3xowgdvapje6qlxbp7fzggy

Valency patterns and alternations in Gothic [chapter]

Chiara Zanchi, Matteo Tarsi
2021 Valency over Time  
This paper investigates Gothic valency patterns and alternations applying the methodology of the ValPaL project.  ...  The uncoded group includes partitive, null object, external possessor, cognate/kindred object, applicative, (marginally) causal : non causal, and (marginally) reflexive alternations.  ...  translation from Greek, and (c) replication of the Greek word order (Piras 2007: 62) .  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110755657-003 fatcat:oymu6z63hrfxdoccsic24ktjnu

Feminist Reading Of Gothic Subculture: Empowerment, Liberation, Reappropriation

Mikhail
2017 Zenodo  
Shifting in and out of public eye ever since its original appearance in the 1980ies, Gothic subculture, music and aesthetics in their impressive variety have become a prominent established element in global  ...  Current research critically analyses various distinct types of Gothic subculture from feminist angle, and positively identifies its environment as female-friendly and empowering despite and even with the  ...  Inspired by Victorian age novels, classical music of the time, costumes of the age (sometimes replicated with great accuracy), classical Gothic novels, they attempt to bring in and relive aristocratic  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3581922 fatcat:3fxswij3a5g4rb3v4z4cttkbb4

SEEING THE INVISIBLE. ANALYTICAL DRAWINGS BY CONSTRUCTION HISTORY PIONEERS. RESEARCH FIELD OVERVIEW

Javier Giron, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
2021 Architecture and Engineering  
The history of construction is a discipline that began to take shape in the mid-18th century and throughout the 19th century.  ...  Methods: In this study, two lines of investigation intersect: the history of construction and the history of drawing, specifically drawing for scientific and technical representation.  ...  While it was, in fact, a system of representation that was particularly well-adapted to scientific and objective knowledge, until that point, it had had very little presence in construction studies.  ... 
doi:10.23968/2500-0055-2021-6-1-03-18 fatcat:icysizfer5ex5or77ve76e4p74

Genome-wide mapping and analysis of chromosome architecture

Anthony D. Schmitt, Ming Hu, Bing Ren
2016 Nature reviews. Molecular cell biology  
The three-dimensional (3D) organization of chromosomes profoundly affects DNA replication, transcription and the repair of DNA damage.  ...  Chromosomes of eukaryotes adopt highly dynamic and complex hierarchical structures in the nucleus.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors dedicate this manuscript in loving memory of Joseph Schmitt. They would like to give special thanks to members of the Ren laboratory for their suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nrm.2016.104 pmid:27580841 pmcid:PMC5763923 fatcat:2eyv2yjh2rcc5nbzpmvtv5bv2a

Indo-European syntax and pragmatics: contrastive approaches

Eirik Welo
1970 Oslo Studies in Language  
The papers in the volume study the interaction between syntax and discourse structure in various old Indo-European languages, in most cases with an explicitly contrastive focus.  ...  The workshop was a cooperative effort between the Pragmatic Resources in Old Indo-European Languages (PROIEL) project at the University of Oslo and the University of Georgia.  ...  Gothic-Latin bilingual Bible fragment from Giessen (Fragmentum Got.  ... 
doi:10.5617/osla.202 fatcat:a2o4uyrza5f4fctg272tsztr5q

Some sigmoid and reverse-sigmoid response patterns emerging from high-power loading of solids

Sreten Mastilovic
2018 Theoretical and Applied Mechanics  
The objective of the present review is twofold.  ...  These two models-inspired by the Hill and the Weibull cumulative distribution functions-are bounded by two horizontal asymptotes with a smooth transition between the baseline and the final saturation state  ...  in creation and energetic evacuation of fragments.  ... 
doi:10.2298/tam171203007m fatcat:wo4tzx4sm5gmfbceg33kfb36ji

Effects of exact repetition and conceptual repetition on free recall and primed word-fragment completion

Henry L. Roediger, Bradford H. Challis
1992 Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition  
In contrast, in primed word-fragment completion, repetition effects were rather small and there was no evidence of indirect (or conceptual) priming.  ...  Also, presentation of synonyms, associates, and coordinates in isolation failed to prime word-fragment completion.  ...  The stimulus words were typed in IBM letter gothic print and transferred to 35-mm slides. The word fragments were typed in IBM gothic print on blank white paper and photocopied. Design.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0278-7393.18.1.3 fatcat:kcs74imrznac5mfk2raql2mqku
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