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How to be Remembered: People and Concepts Intertwined

Serge ter Braake, Antske Fokkens
2017 Conference on Biographical Data in a Digital World  
This paper traces the link between famous people and concepts over time. People can be remembered for being 'wise', 'kind' or 'tyrannical', or simply for one main thing or event.  ...  Sometimes these perspectives on people, or the reason they should be remembered, shifts over time, and sometimes they remain relatively stable.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the Amsterdam Academic Alliance Data Science (AAA-DS) Program Award to the UvA and VU Universities and NWO VENI grant 275-89-029.  ... 
dblp:conf/bd/BraakeF17 fatcat:lzjiruct55d2zb75wbjcgsgsdq

How much "effort" should be devoted to memory?

David B. Mitchell, R. Reed Hunt
1989 Memory & Cognition  
Alternatively, the application of cognitive effort or capacity to the memory performance of certain populations (clinical, children, and elderly) illustrates a potentially more appropriate use of the concept  ...  When applied to memory phenomena, attentional concepts serve only as a boundary-or limiting-function in memory theory.  ...  (p. 32) Nonetheless, the issue remains as to how to combine the energy concept with other concepts in our theories.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03198472 pmid:2657319 fatcat:mwd3wt2qlfff7iumienz4lokta

Dual Narratives and Multiple Points of View in Ali Smith's How To Be Both

Fatma Zeynep Bilge
2019 Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences  
Ali Smith's How to Be Both (2014) provides the reader with a unique reading experience through two interconnected narratives.  ...  Throughout the novel, fiction and non-fiction, past and present, art and life, living human beings and ghosts, creation and destruction, eyes and camera intertwine.  ...  Consequently, Smith's How to Be Both deconstructs concepts such as identity, gender, seeing and narrative both structurally and contextually.  ... 
doi:10.21547/jss.598968 fatcat:nu4awb6mojbq5pa72l5dopw5em

How to Be a Christian Ultimist? On Three Lessons John L. Schellenberg and the Christian Theist Can Learn from Each Other

Jacek Wojtysiak
2021 Roczniki Filozoficzne  
Schellenberg's idea of deep time both magnifies this problem and provides the tools for solving it: the awareness of deep time does not allow us to judge the future, but it does allow us to hope for a  ...  This position lies between Schellenberg's simple ultimism and traditional Christian theism.  ...  DIVINE HIDDENNESS How is the above concept of Ultimate Reality, or God, related to "the hiddenness argument"?  ... 
doi:10.18290/rf21693-11 fatcat:xsfeornu6veothuvurvwmyf2xm

Toward Robust Foundations for Sustainable Well-Being Societies: Learning to Change by Changing How We Learn [chapter]

Harold Glasser
2018 Sustainability, Human Well-Being, and the Future of Education  
The bounds and context of how we conceive the human problématique and the concept of "common good" must be stretched.  ...  Do people agree on these dimensions and constituents? How does "sustainable well-being" differ from plain old "well-being"?  ...  reproduction in any medium or format, as long as you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license and indicate if changes were made.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-78580-6_2 fatcat:rxy3vehqe5gqvmukq7lqjjvtxq

Remembering the Shipyard Strike

Karin S. Lindelöf
2012 Baltic Worlds  
The author explores how people create meaning in past events in relation to current interests, and how the depiction of a shared history is constantly recast and used.  ...  This article focus on how the Gdańsk shipyard strike and the formation of Solidarity have been remembered and observed afterwards, especially in connection with the 30th anniversary in August 2010.  ...  Boström has shown how personal and family histories are intertwined with important events and phenomena in Polish history.  ... 
doaj:3aa8ac420f854c68aa0e3db8918fb5c7 fatcat:2qcxq7wrqzetdhyvwpilz2tbqm

What Is Remembered

Alice Ristroph
2020 Michigan law review  
Seo's Policing the Open Road: How Cars Transformed American Freedom.  ...  It shows how the ordinary and respectable driver-"Everyman," in Seo's terminology and sometimes the Court's-was implicitly assumed to be white (Chapters Four, Five, and Six). 54 It shows how judges, again  ...  INTRODUCTION American criminal law has a history, a history not sufficiently known to lawyers, judges, and scholars. 1 This legal history is intertwined with the political and cultural history of the United  ... 
doi:10.36644/mlr.118.6.what fatcat:z4iurdwenjf6jihypczaljx3ym

REMEMBERING THROUGH PLACE

G Vedru
2015 Estonian Journal of Archaeology  
But a site could also be used as a memory aid, helping people to remember. (Hi)stories and narratives connected with places helped people to create their identity and gave them a sense of belonging.  ...  How were these sites remembered? It seems that a site was repeatedly used for living if the natural conditions were favourable.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank Heidi Luik and Valter Lang who commented on the earlier drafts of this article. I am also thankful to Tim Ingold for his comments.  ... 
doi:10.3176/arch.2015.1.02 fatcat:ogcrnqipqrhk5g2nadcylaib6m

The Legacy of Hope: Remembering Freire

Roger I. Simon
2020 Sexual and Gender Diversity in Schools  
The direction be saw for this path was tied thoroughly to bow be thought about liberation and its relation to history.  ...  Some have already spoken and written how Paulo's work touched their lives and why this work remains a treasure for those seeking to renew the practice of progressive education.  ... 
doi:10.7202/1073174ar fatcat:pyyyepnmsrggzbubkfam6dvwmi

Shall not be infringed: how the NRA used religious language to transform the meaning of the Second Amendment

Jessica Dawson
2019 Palgrave Communications  
Acknowledgements I would like to thank David Yamane for encouragement and support in figuring out the central argument of this paper, Lauren Valentino for multiple reviews and argument clarification, and  ...  I have to thank Remi Hajjar and Beth Wexler for comments that helped shape the early direction of this paper. Additional information  ...  This political and religious sorting enabled the NRA to use religious rhetoric in order to link the Second Amendment to Christian conceptions of what it means to be a real American (Bonikowski and DiMaggio  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41599-019-0276-z fatcat:lgplqzt2cjhhzbl2yv3w2zzgem

On the Origins of Le Droit Moral: How Non-Economic Rights Came to Be Protected in French IP Law

Susan Liemer
2011 Social Science Research Network  
Figuring out how to do so inevitably turned them-and returns us-to core concepts of property and individual rights.  ...  People from all walks of life knew how Comedie-Frangaise playwrights behaved and expected to be treated. 231 Ironically, these playwrights' sense of personal prerogatives, as they mimicked the nobility  ...  -"Any citizen will be able to put up a public theater. . 253 The very first line of Le Chapelier's report begins: "Les Auteurs dramatiques demandent la destruction de la priuikge exclusf qui pace dans  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1907263 fatcat:ngkdggxjlzcfjjld6fzwilaa3e

How Can Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Be Used to Modulate Episodic Memory?: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Nicholas Yeh, Nathan S. Rose
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
A systematic review and meta-analysis were conducted to synthesize the existing literature on how transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) has been used to modulate episodic memory.  ...  Given the numerous parameters of TMS protocols and experimental design characteristics that can be manipulated, a mechanistic understanding of how changes in the combination of parameters (e.g., frequency  ...  This work was supported by the William P. and Hazel B. White Collegiate Chair fund awarded to NR.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00993 pmid:31263433 pmcid:PMC6584914 fatcat:v4gtq4lbqnbmhn66hi2mvee3my

Hurricanes as a Call to Remember

LD Mattson
2021 Departures in qualitative qualitative research  
Further, the concept of queer ecological temporality expands the present moment to encompass disasters both past and future in an era of political and climate uncertainty.  ...  The annual hurricane season reminds me of this vulnerability, despite my racial and class privilege to background my precarity. Through reflection, the hurricane brings me home.  ...  I'm questioning who I am again, knowing it's all about to change for me again. I wish there was a hurricane. At least people would understand that and feel that, too. I remember how to survive that.  ... 
doi:10.1525/dcqr.2021.10.2.7 fatcat:6swnabc35bfxxeufuxal5oms7u

Spaces and places of remembering and commemoration

Leanne Cutcher, Karen Dale, Philip Hancock, Melissa Tyler, Leanne Cutcher, Karen Dale, Philip Hancock, Melissa Tyler
2015 Organization  
Organisations engage in remembering and commemorative practices, often to produce effects of stability and continuity and to create shared meanings and culture, yet commemoration has been a relatively  ...  In particular, they illustrate the importance of paying attention to materialities, spatiality and embodiment in the lived experience of practices of remembering.  ...  Connected to this is the significance of 'body memory', since places, events and people are remembered with and through the lived body.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1350508415605111 fatcat:g2egvdoqdvce7fy7srki27crfq

Remembering Favourite Feminist Legal Scholarship

Constance Backhouse, Doris Buss, Rosemary Cairns Way, Daphne Gilbert, Nicole LaViolette, Diana Majury, Elizabeth A. Sheehy, Ellen Zweibel
2005 Canadian Journal of Women and the Law  
Where else to get a feminist re-mix on taken-for-granted language or to remind ourselves about how radical we could be?  ...  Some of us started to talk about how we might respond in the spirit of the invitation. We thought ''we must not be caught lagging here. We have work to do.''  ...  We note, with pride, how many of the inspirational articles we have listed above found their home in the Journal. We have savoured the past twenty years.  ... 
doi:10.1353/jwl.2006.0003 fatcat:fxlr6sw4lbbr3lhfnmyfltmvae
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