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With the growing awareness around how our food and clothing are made and where it comes from, our curiosity and desire to deepen our understanding of the fiber systems that undergird our lives and the communities impacted by them grow with it. Black Material Geographies is a collection of conversations and stories using Blackness and textile material culture to explore how we can create more sustainable systems and processes amid global climate crises and lifestyles deeply entrenched in glob ...
 
Wir stellen regelmäßig eine Auswahl an jüngst veröffentlichten Artikeln, Buchkapiteln und Büchern aus dem historisch-geographischen Themenfeld vor. Ziel ist es, dass die Beiträge kurz und verständlich einen guten Überblick über die Bandbreite der aktuellen Forschungsprojekte geben. Sonderbeiträge mit Interviews bieten zudem einen Einblick in die persönlichen Beweggründe von Forschenden aus der Historischen Geographie und angrenzender Disziplinen. Wer unserem Redaktionsteam Ideen oder auch ei ...
 
Experts in the literature, history, geography, and archaeology of 16th- and 17th-century Britain examine four key geographic sites—body, house, neighborhood, and region—to illuminate the important spatial structures and concepts that define the early modern engagement with the world. The conference was held at The Huntington on Oct. 14–15, 2016.
 
More and more, psychoanalysis has to deal with cultures different from that belonging to its foundations and initial diffusion and with the problems posed by the transformations of the contemporary world. The intent of Geographies of Psychoanalysis is to draw a map of the psyche that takes into account the interconnections and differences that occur in a now globalized reality The focus of this first cycle is the problematic theme of death in different cultures and religions, and the ways of ...
 
Janis est travailleuse du sexe à Bruxelles, militante. Elle jouit beaucoup. Michel est le soumis d'une maîtresse qui s'appelle Misungui. Cher est libertine et sapiosexuelle. Léonie est polyamoureuse mais elle n'appelle pas ça comme ça. Enceinte, elle prend des polaroides érotiques de son amoureux avec ses autres amantes. Wednesday est américaine, vient de la Bible Belt et a été stripteaseuse dans un club en Caroline.Elleux cinq ont accepté de me parler de leur intimité, de leur désir, de leu ...
 
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durée : 00:58:51 - Géographie à la carte - par : Quentin Lafay - Westerns, comédies, films d'aventures, films policiers... Dans les films, la géographie est partout. Le cinéma représente l'espace et crée en même temps des imaginaires spatiaux. Comment le cinéma écrit-il la géographie ? - invités : Olivier Godard Professeur d'histoire-géographie; Ar…
 
durée : 00:58:39 - Géographie à la carte - par : Quentin Lafay - Entre cavales en série et fuites à l’étranger : zoom sur ces criminels qui ont choisi l’évasion. Comment choisissent-ils leurs destinations ? Comment parviennent-ils à traverser les frontières ? Y-a-t-il une géographie de la cavale ? - invités : Fabrice Colin Ecrivain; Paul Fortin Avo…
 
durée : 00:59:42 - Géographie à la carte - par : Quentin Lafay - Nouveau ministre, résultats sur Parcoursup, bac à l'approche… l'actualité éducative est dense. L'occasion d'analyser la traduction spatiale des inégalités de scolarisation. Comment les politiques publiques tentent de prendre en compte le territoire pour lutter contre le décrochage sco…
 
durée : 00:58:55 - Géographie à la carte - par : Quentin Lafay - Pourquoi entreprendre une géographie des premiers pas de l'humanité ? Pour déconstruire quelques concepts comme celui de berceau, d’origine géographique de l’humanité, celui de sortie de l’Afrique, mais aussi celui de dispersion régulière des hominides à travers le monde, sur les cinq…
 
This is the final episode of Season 1, where we explore the question: What would it look like if regional fiber initiatives became the norm? In last week's episode we started to explore how material supply chains impact our system and how to rethink them. Today, the fashion industry is experiencing a resurgence of interest in regional clothing fibe…
 
durée : 01:00:34 - Géographie à la carte - par : Quentin Lafay - "Vivre c’est passer d’un espace à un autre en essayant le plus possible de ne pas se cogner", selon la célèbre formule de Georges Perec, pour qui la vie humaine ne peut se concevoir sans la notion d’espace. Comment les lieux nous imprègnent-ils et comment laissons-nous notre empreinte…
 
In the final episodes of this season of Black Material Geographies, Teju sharpens her focus on regenerative textile and fiber systems and looks at how and why redesigning our supply chains can create a more efficient and sustainable fashion industry that doesn’t rely on unsustainable and destructive practices. Redesigning supply chains starts with …
 
durée : 00:58:41 - Géographie à la carte - par : Quentin Lafay - Découpage administratif, accès aux services publics, au numérique… Comment obtenir des territoires justes ? La justice spatiale se limite-t-elle à la justice distributive ? Des questionnements au cœur de la justice spatiale, souvent confondue avec l’égalité territoriale.…
 
All of us have our own relationship with cotton and the way it fits into our lives. The history of cotton cultivation in the Americas is deeply linked to the history of Black people in this region. Throughout the history of the United States, cotton and the ingenuity and creativity of Black people have played a crucial role in its development as on…
 
durée : 00:58:43 - Géographie à la carte - par : Quentin Lafay - Depuis bientôt trois mois, la guerre qui sévit en Ukraine entraîne un changement en profondeur du territoire de ce pays. Villes rasées, frontières déplacées, paysages transformés : comment la guerre modifie le rapport à l’espace ? - invités : Anne-Laure Amilhat-Szary Géographe, profes…
 
During this week's episode, Teju Adisa-Farrar discusses Oakland, natural dyeing, art, and urban farming. Fiber and plants are integral to not just the Black diaspora's history, but also human history more broadly. It is a granular exploration of the broader topic of regenerative production practices. Historically, most human products were created w…
 
durée : 00:58:43 - Géographie à la carte - par : Quentin Lafay - Selon la cosmologie, l’univers constitue l’ensemble de la matière distribuée dans l’espace-temps. Comment cartographier, dès lors, un univers en expansion perpétuelle, composé d’objets en mouvement et traversé de matières encore peu connues ? - invités : Eric Lagadec astronome adjoint…
 
Western imperialism was and still is a force to be reckoned with. Today in the fashion world, colonialism has left its mark on what we wear, how clothes are made, and who makes them. The ways that clothes are made, the aesthetics of each garment, and even the pricing can be traced back to colonial-era trade routes. Teju Adisa-Farrar continues the c…
 
durée : 00:58:42 - Géographie à la carte - par : Quentin Lafay - Paris, Marseille, Lyon, mais aussi Sochaux, Caen, Auxerre… La répartition spatiale des clubs de football en France n’est pas anodine. Comment explique-t-on leur implantation ? La pratique du football est-elle différente dans les espaces urbains et dans les espaces ruraux ? - invités :…
 
How much has the world changed since the days when colonialism ruled the planet? There have been advances toward achieving global equality among the once-colonized nations; however, many of the structures and customs that characterized colonialism remain. There is an opportunity for every industry to transform the systems that underpin our lives. T…
 
Why don't we hear about the Lacebark tree? The lagetta was once abundant in Jamaica 200 years ago. Indigenous Taíno used its inner bark for rope, baskets, and hammocks but now their presence is rare. They are gone forever or driven out by humans who wanted more land. There had already had been room enough on Earth so everyone could live together pe…
 
Host Teju Adisa-Farrar was asked to write about her personal relationship to knitting and crafting. “I instantly thought of my grandmother, who did everything from crochet and knitting to needlepoint. As I explored these Caribbean crafts further, I discovered a tree that she had never heard about but seemed important in them all: the Lacebark.” Thi…
 
In the Western world, we walk around consuming culture that originated in Africa, with no recognition given to indigenous Africans who cultivated and developed the aesthetics that so many of us appreciate today. The exclusion of precolonial African contributions to the world is based on racist ideas developed to justify looting Africa and enslaving…
 
Our environments impact us from before birth to after death, and we in turn impact them. From the food we eat to the clothes we wear, everything we use comes from the earth...our collective environment. There is no question that the dominant food and fiber systems — from growing almonds in California to manufacturing polyester — threaten the health…
 
Through our broadening agricultural lens at Whetstone, we endeavor to understand the relationship between the land and not only what we eat, but also what we wear. Premiering Monday, March 28, our newest podcast Black Material Geographies, hosted by Teju Adisa-Farrar (@misstej), will explore the fiber systems undergirding our lives. #BlackMaterialG…
 
With The COVID-19 pandemic in Japan, the government was unable to impose a lockdown, but asked people instead to do same thing voluntarily. Incorporated in this, sacrificial rituals can be seen .The book “Voluntary death in Japan” (1984) written by Maurice Pinguet was very helpful to Furui Hiroaki in thinking about the Japanese view of life and dea…
 
In Folge #10 spricht Sarah Frenking über ihre Forschungen zum border-making an der deutsch-französischen Grenze. Ihr Buch "Zwischenfälle im Reichsland. Überschreiten, Polizieren, Nationalisieren der deutsch-französischen Grenze (1887-1914)" erscheint im Herbst 2021. Desweiteren sprechen wir über das Projekt "The Other Global Germany: Transnational …
 
Latin America’s particular relation with death implies something even worse: the practice of disappearing people in connection with State terrorism. The disappearance of rituals, which has reached an unprecedented extent, further exacerbated in times of pandemic, only increases contemporary anxiety. In this context, the analyst’s role is to functio…
 
Upon any discussion on the elaboration of “death” in Iran, one inevitably comes face to face with the often argued and examined notion that Iranians symptomatically suffer within a culture that is obsessed with the celebration of death, nostalgia and mourning. Many interdisciplinary scholars in recent decades have examined and provided data which p…
 
Rubén Gallo is a writer, the author of Freud in Mexico: Into the Wilds of Psychoanalysis (MIT Press, 2010), and a professor at Princeton University. In this podcast, he explores the meaning in death in Mexico, from the well-known images of joyful skeletons painted by artists like Diego Rivera, to the more somber political and social manifestations …
 
In Folge #9 spreche ich mit Patrick Reitinger über das internationale Forschungsprojekt "Transnationale Resilienzstrategien.Tschechische Arbeitsmigration und regionale Wirtschaftsförderung in Ostbayern nach Covid 19". Sein Team untersucht unter anderem die Auswirkungen der aktuellen Grenzschließungen in der bayerisch-tschechischen Grenzregion und v…
 
In Folge #8 spreche ich mit Dr. Diana Lange über ihre Forschung im Verbundprojekt "Kolorierte Landkarten" und ihre Habilitationsschrift "An Atlas of the Himalayas by a 19th Century Tibetan Lama: A Journey of Discovery". Weiterführende Links und Leseempfehlungen: Lange, Diana (2020): An Atlas of the Himalayas by a 19th Century Tibetan Lama: A Journe…
 
Death, its fear and the efforts of human imagination to address the fear is a universal that has been addressed differently by different civilizations at different times of history. In modern scientific West, the cultural home of psychoanalysis, death is not only the end of body but of all consciousness. Its terror is a separation from everything w…
 
In Folge #7 spreche ich mit Sandra Klos M.A. über ihr Promotionsprojekt aus dem Bereich der Wissenschaftsgeschichte. Sandra Klos forscht an der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (ÖAW) zu den Autobiographien der dort tätigen Erdwissenschaftler und nimmt auch die Geschichte der Frauen an der Akademie in den Blick. Weiterführende Links und …
 
In Folge #6 sprechen wir über das raum-zeitliche Netzwerk von Bismarckturm-Gedenkstätten und über die historische Geographie von Vieh- und Gefängnisstädten in den USA. Besprochene Titel: Cromley, Gordon; Post, Chris (2020): The Preservation of Paradox: Bismarck Towers as National Metaphor and Local Reality. In: Travis, Charles; Ludlow, Francis; Gyu…
 
In Folge #5 werden Ausschnitte eines Artikel über die visuelle Erschließung Japans vom Autor Prof. Andreas Dix selbst vorgestellt. Als Bonus gibt es zu Beginn ein Interview mit dem Autor zu seinen persönlichen Hintergründen und Forschungsinteressen. Besprochener Titel: Andreas Dix (2020): Das Fremde verstehen. Strategien der visuellen Erschließung …
 
Géographie locale, Episode 1 Janis est travailleuse du sexe à Bruxelles. Militante. Elle jouit beaucoup. Musique : Dans tes bras la nuit, par John Vega et Between the chains, par Billy Bitchaotik & Swan BitumePhoto de Emre OrhunLiens vers les cagnottes de soutien pour les travailleur.se.s du sexe :> https://www.lepotcommun.fr/pot/zdsrw59n> https://…
 
Stuart Elden from University of Warwick delivers a talk titled “Denmark, Norway, Poland: Regional Geopolitics in ‘Hamlet.’” This talk was included in the session titled “Region.” Part of “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington Oct. 14–15, 2016.저자 The Huntington
 
Andrew McRae from University of Exeter delivers a talk titled “The Beauty of Woods in 17th-century England.” This talk was included in the session titled “Region.” Part of “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington Oct. 14–15, 2016.저자 The Huntington
 
John M. Adrian from University of Virginia’s College at Wise delivers a talk titled “Archbishop Parker, Canterbury, and the Practice of Hospitality in Queen Elizabeth’s 1573 Progress through Kent.” This talk was included in the session titled “Region.” Part of “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington Oct. 14–15, 2016…
 
Dan Beaver from Pennsylvania State University delivers a talk titled “Politics or Perish?: Neighbourliness and ‘maleficium’ on the Atlantic Margins.” This talk was included in the session titled “Neighbourhood.” Part of “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington Oct. 14–15, 2016.…
 
Christopher Highley from Ohio State University delivers a talk titled “‘Our little state in the Blackfriars’: Neighbourhood and Identity in a London Liberty.” This talk was included in the session titled “Neighbourhood.” Part of “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington Oct. 14–15, 2016.…
 
Mary Floyd-Wilson from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, delivers a talk titled “‘When thou hast stolen away from fairy land’: The Habitation of Airy Nothing in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream.’” This talk was included in the session titled “Body.” Part of “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington Oct. 14–15, 2016…
 
Julia Reinhard Lupton from University of California, Irvine, delivers a talk titled “Shakespeare Dwelling: Keeping House in ‘Cymbeline.’” This talk was included in the session titled “House.” Part of “Early Modern Literary Geographies,” a conference held at The Huntington Oct. 14–15, 2016.저자 The Huntington
 
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