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NUNO GAMA: BEST-IN-SHOW (LISBON)

You might wanna put on a life vest for this one.

I love+hate my best-in-show pick for Lisbon Fashion Week. Only true passion can trigger that. 542 more words

From NPR News

Mau Mau
http://feeds.wnyc.org/~r/radiolab/~3/gK1ChREsuYE/

This 40 minute podcast was suggested to me. I had always heard about how rad Caroline Elkins was and I am still lining up to be blessed by her glory in one of the courses she teaches. 91 more words

Greece and the European Union: First as Tragedy, Second as Farce, Thirdly as Vassal State

By Prof. James Petras

Global Research, July 28, 2015

The Greek people’s efforts to end the economic depression, recover their sovereignty and reverse the regressive socio-economic policies, which have drastically reduced living standards, have been thrice denied. 3,095 more words

EU

Different But Beautiful

Stumbling on an article by The Guardian and photographs by Sean O’Hagan, I went back in my mind to my earlier post about being free and having freedom. 985 more words

Heritage * Perinne * Kulturarv

Medan - is it as ugly as they said it would be?

Our first stop on our trip in Indonesia was Medan in Northern Sumatra. When I did some research on the place I read literally everywhere that it was one of the worst, ugliest, stupidest cities in the world. 800 more words

Indonesia

Review: Anne Maxwell, Colonial Photography and Exhibitions: Representations of the 'Native' and the Making of European Identities

Maxwell’s book on colonial photography, though not wholly valuable for my particular research, is a highly useful starting point and view into an area I hadn’t before considered: representation of colonised peoples in early exhibitions. 259 more words

Colonial History

Pic'n'Post n° 17: What is the picture of?

What is the picture of?

Two guesses last week, and for the first time, two winners. Rosa (who doesn’t blog, so no link to give you) said Afghanistan or somewhere close, and Thumbup at… 239 more words

Photography