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/MCing, Djing/turntablism, b-boying/breakdance and graffiti art, hip-hop quickly established itself as an anti-narrative against the dominant representation of African-American urban communities as problematic conglomerates (Taylor 2005). These practices are not separate and impermeable; but, on the contrary, versatile and porous. In a famous essay published in the Unites States in the 1960s, the intellectual and political activist LeRoi Jones – better known as Amiri Baraka – writes that music provided the most suitable expressive channel to convey the historical experience

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of honouring the memory of the dead and conferring on them a semblance of dignity. Where there is no grave, no commemorative monument, writing can fulfil this vital role. You can read Forna’s conversation with the South African-British academic and novelist Elleke Boehmer in this section. The essays and poems in this part give an inkling of the sheer range of textual commemorations that humanity has produced – and the words that have not yet been spoken or created haunt them all. The section opens with a poem, ‘Now as Then’, by the Anglo-Welsh poet Jenny Lewis

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. Italy was ruled by the Ostrogoths. Africa was ruled by the Vandals. Christianity, challenged by the invasion of the barbarian tribes into the Western Roman Empire, launched a campaign (300 – 1100 A.D.) to convert the uncivilized barbarian tribes to Christianity by both missionary and military campaigns. By 1100 A.D. the Catholic Church had redefined the sexual anthropology of western civilization and the Roman system of church and state government. The Medieval Catholic Church became the dominant institution in Europe on all aspects of human sexual behavior. The

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://www.theartstory.org/movement-conceptual-art.htm#later_developments_header . Conklin, B. (1997). Body Paint, Feathers, and VCRs: Aesthetics and Authenticity in Amazonian Activism. American Ethnologist , 24, 4: 711–737. Crawford A. (2013). “The trauma experienced by generations past having an effect in their descendants”: Narrative and historical trauma among Inuit in Nunavut, Canada. Transcultural Psychiatry. 0(0): 1–31. Creative Time . Accessed November 16, 2020, from http://creativetime.org/about/ . Crenshaw, K. (1991). Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics, and Violence Against Women of Color in Stanford Law

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. That, however, did not mean the campus police’s initial assessment was not biased: The public construction of Cho began as police responded to the first shooting, those of Ryan Christopher Clark, an African American residence hall advisor, and Emily Hilscher, a first-year white student and member of the equestrian team. Blacksburg Police, when told that Hilscher’s boyfriend was a gun owner, appear to have brought to their investigation certain assumptions about college-aged young people but also about the volatility of of sexualized interracial relationships

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spanning the physical and cultural boundaries of East and West; a kind of continuum running from the Occident to the Orient and back. It bespeaks a level of cosmopolitanism that few of us can easily claim to have. 2 ← 91 | 92 → Indeed, the cultural dimensions of this are interesting. As many will also know, modern Turkey was carved out of the defunct Ottoman Empire – the regional power throughout North Africa and the Mid-East from the sixteenth through the nineteenth centuries – and, emerging as the country’s leading figure in the wake of the First World War (the

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midst. Christian Democratic communities, and Christian dominion, had a great impact upon bringing stability to a war-torn Europe. The practice of Christianity, for the Christian people, will continue to be threatened in Europe through the developing treaties. These treaties gradually not only neglect to include Christian fundamental values, but they gradually eliminate, and then fundamentally reject these values. The ideology of the Enlightenment casts a shadow over Europe. Other civilizations, such as the African or Asian civilizations, currently may perceive

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imminent. In the Federal Election of December 1972, Australians voted for the Labor Party under Gough Whitlam, who immediately began a New Left program of reforms including the withdrawal of Australia from the war in Vietnam, new regulations against racial and gender discrimination, introduction of universal public health care, provision of substantial support for the arts, and abolition of university tuition fees. Queensland was, however, not entirely onboard with this spirit of reform. In 1971, the nationwide anti-apartheid protests against the touring South African

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considered problematic. This mostly referred to works by Juraj Šujan: Hlasistické články M. R. ← 181 | 182 → Štefánika a Milan Rastislav Štefánik: Vek mladosti . 490 [Articles of M. R. Štefánik in journal Hlas and Milan Rastislav Štefánik: The Age of Youth]. The writer Hana Gregorová, whose works focused on the emancipation of women, was also among the undesirable authors. All of the indexed authors were of Slovak or Czech nationality. Their books were withdrawn from circulation and forwarded to Matica slovenská. 491 As a result and of the removal of unsuitable

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-newspaper The Huffington Post ) led the way amongst women leaders in 2006 to creatively challenge what she called the plague—that is, the “virus of fear” in American society under President Bush and a post-9/11 time of fearmongering. She wrote a criticism piece entitled: “Why We Need an Epidemic of Fearlessness to Counter the Fearmonger-in-Chief.” I studied her work and ←58 |  59→ philosophy and this initiative. I thought her populist definition of fearlessness was rather weak, even if the intention was very strong: “Fearlessness is all about getting up one more time than