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Dresden: Paradoxes of Memory and History:Dresden: Paradoxes of Memory and History

Uli Linke
2003 American Anthropologist  
2003 new thoughts and the opportunity to challenge “the idea that First Worlders have, know, and can, while Third World- ers lack resources, knowledge, and skills” (p. 197).  ...  There is indeed much to learn from Smith here as she advocates more cooperation between “NGOs of the North-West and civil societies of the South” anda kind of collaboration that would open doors to March  ... 
doi:10.1525/aa.2003.105.1.212 fatcat:vt6mmlzr6ngdfprpxxvocqa7fi

Future memories

Michel Godet
2010 Technological forecasting & social change  
Today, collective learning is an integral part of knowledge management. As an American saying has it, 'the reward is the journey'.  ...  All the challenges of recycling, reprocessing and energy saving may yield innovative and profitable solutions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.techfore.2010.06.008 fatcat:qvntqls7hbcwzgoapq5pcmjtwy

A Sister's Memories

Grace Abbott
1939 Social Service Review  
’S MEMORIES into her office from day to day.  ...  “I feel grateful that because of immigration this is so literally true that American opportunity for world service is for this reason unique.”  ... 
doi:10.1086/632541 fatcat:fcnknnd2gvcp5djlxvldy2ztn4

Aristotle's Theory of Deviance and Contemporary Symbolic Interactionist Scholarship: Learning from the Past, Extending the Present, and Engaging the Future

Robert Prus
2015 The American sociologist  
Although his work has been largely overlooked by symbolic interactionists and other students of deviance, Aristotle (c384-322BCE) addresses community life, activity, agency, and persuasive interchange  ...  While informed by Aristotle's considerations of causality (as addressed in Physics and Metaphysics), this statement builds most centrally on Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics and Rhetoric.  ...  and American pragmatism as distinctly American developments, as the unique configurations of a pluralist, democratic society.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12108-014-9250-9 pmid:25797954 pmcid:PMC4357642 fatcat:6qrmn233rzfzzcc2qpq5gylb2q

In memory of annie

1999 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
I want all doctors who read this to remember you Annie and learn from you.  ...  this case the American Association of Retired Persons, have already created an excellent overview at WEBSITE OF THE WEEK Douglas Carnall BMJ reviews PERSONAL VIEW In memory  ... 
pmid:10074052 pmcid:PMC1115183 fatcat:epksk2neqzb7vkqjqcyishokxm

Preface: Anne Jordan—Robbie Case Memorial Award Winner

Nancy L. Hutchinson
2018 Exceptionality education international  
Anne Jordan: Robbie Case Memorial Award Winner  ...  At the same time, she learned from outstanding teacher During the years from 1998 to 2014, Anne Jordan and her collaborators, including a large number of graduate students, published research on all the  ...  , and have looked forward to our conversations at conferences while creating opportunities to bring Anne to Queen's as an external examiner for graduate students.  ... 
doi:10.5206/eei.v28i3.7767 fatcat:q7sga7hpsfgwfg3rs2ilpksrti

Incidental memory in dogs (Canis familiaris): adaptive behavioral solution at an unexpected memory test

Kazuo Fujita, Ayako Morisaki, Akiko Takaoka, Tomomi Maeda, Yusuke Hori
2012 Animal Cognition  
Next they learned to peck at a novel color C and not to peck at color D.  ...  In Experiment 1, 6 leashed dogs were led to 4 open, baited containers and allowed to eat from 2 of them 7 (Exposure phase).  ...  All of the experiments were conducted after collecting informed consent from the dogs' owners. We thank all of the dogs and dog owners who volunteered for this study.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10071-012-0529-3 pmid:22772973 fatcat:mgqo3mkrarbafikz2n35byqxza

Amnesia Narratives: Memory, Forgetting, and Identity

Jason Tougaw
2021 European Journal of American Studies  
characters, worlds designed to afford them respect, agency, and opportunities to express aspects of their identities that survive their failing memories.  ...  psychology questions about the role of forgetting in memory itself, 2) They offer detailed exploration of elements of identity that remain when memory is lost, and 3) They build worlds around their amnesiac  ...  memory loss Amnesia Narratives: Memory, Forgetting, and Identity European journal of American studies, 16-4 | 2021 Amnesia Narratives: Memory, Forgetting, and Identity European journal of American studies  ... 
doi:10.4000/ejas.17472 fatcat:jditz3jtoja6pajiwwhirxdzhu

Memories of Vaughan Jones

Dietmar Bisch, David E Evans, Robion Kirby, Sorin Popa, Thomas Schücker, Pierre de la Harpe, Masamichi Takesaki, Colin Sutherland, Klaus Schmidt, Roberto Longo, Georges Skandalis, Fred Goodman (+16 others)
2021 Notices of the American Mathematical Society  
local mathematicians the opportunity to learn of developments.  ...  We learned a lot from what Vaughan taught us, and perhaps even more from the example he set.  ... 
doi:10.1090/noti2358 fatcat:dlqvg5bvrjepzkjczfyhzrzhme

In Memory of Mavericks

Lance Gunderson, Carl Folke, Michelle Lee, C. S. Holling
2002 Conservation ecology  
Authors, please think about the opportunity and the sheer fun of exploring a new medium for communicating science and policy research.  ...  The glimpses ahead by the "newer" Jeremiahs that are helping to define and seek sustainable futures are the fodder for Conservation Ecology.  ... 
doi:10.5751/es-00423-060219 fatcat:yfd47kqoindrleuiyy35jgs5ga

The multiplicity of memory enhancement: Practical and ethical implications of the diverse neural substrates underlying human memory systems [article]

Kieran C.R. Fox, Nicholas S. Fitz, Peter B. Reiner
2016 arXiv   pre-print
In practice, distinct neural bases imply the possibility, and likely the necessity, of specific approaches for the safe and effective enhancement of various memory systems.  ...  Memory can be differentiated into at least four major (and several minor) systems with largely dissociable (i.e., non-overlapping) neural substrates.  ...  Most striking is that both semantic and episodic memory appear largely dissociable from all other memory systems.  ... 
arXiv:1609.08083v1 fatcat:ixd5swqnavahtdrlysjlqul3ru

In Memory of Peter Duren

Johnny Brown, Martin Chuaqui, Tim Ferguson, Dima Khavinson, Steven Krantz, Brad Osgood, Alex Schuster, Rachel Weir
2021 Notices of the American Mathematical Society  
It was a great opportunity on many levels. I spent that time working with both Peter and Kristian and was able to learn a great deal.  ...  I have memories of discussing Bessel functions and much of the material from his book Invitation to Classical Analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1090/noti2333 fatcat:lufjzr4zzvcybclwapaxgro7ui

Memory as a soft power: A case of Polish-Lithuanian dialogical memory

Przemysław Łukasik
2020 Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego Acta Politica  
This membership provides opportunities for both states to cooperate and develop common interests and values.  ...  Common neighbourhood with the Russian exclave in Kaliningrad and a sense of threat from Russia deepens mutual Polish-Lithuanian understanding.  ...  According to Nye, Americans learned about hard power restrictions when the United States lost the Vietnam War.  ... 
doi:10.18276/ap.2020.50-01 fatcat:uu7zu44cwvcrlodeo4dod3fiu4

A Scholar and a Simulation Ahead of Their Time: Memories of Harold Guetzkow

Kenneth Janda
2011 Simulation & Gaming  
As a beginning faculty member, I benefited from the insights and excitement of that special time and place.  ...  , and a mainframe computers with punch-card input.  ...  Driven to learn how Harold and his students devised methods to meet their research challenges, I was attracted to him by methodological rather than substantive interests.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1046878110393867 fatcat:vwolx5fufjcv5cqxg2xdquabey

What Can We Learn from Japanese Anime Industries? The Differences Between Domestic and Overseas Copyright Protection Strategies Towards Fan Activities

Tianxiang He
2014 The American journal of comparative law  
the market coverage rate is higher. 1 5 7 The problems that lie ahead are manifold.  ...  Interestingly, according to the long-tail theory, when the search costs are close to zero, theoretically any niche market, including the Japanese anime market, will benefit from the vast opportunities  ... 
doi:10.5131/ajcl.2014.0029 fatcat:i7wchv4fhjhalc2uyir3aqrocm
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