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The act of killing / James Gilligan: Shame, guilt and violence

17 January 2015, Miroslav Kraljević Gallery

16:00 to 18:00 Film screening: The Act of Killing Documentary, 2012. Director: Joshua Oppenheimer, Christine Cynn Death squad appeared in Indonesia in 1965 to subvert state power by the military in less than a year have helped the army to kill more than one million alleged communists, ethnic Chinese and intellectuals. 252 more words

Reading Groups

Reading Group 2: New Media and Vernacular Photography (2/10/2014)

  • Flickr blurs the divide between amateur and professional.
  • Kodak easy to use roll film camera – organised social artistic practice as well as leisure activity and recording device…
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Critical Perspectives

Musing Monday:February 23rd

Musing Mondays is a weekly meme that asks you to choose one of the following prompts to answer:
  • I’m currently reading…
  • Up next I think I’ll read…
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Challenges

Theory & Philosophy Reading Group VIII: Aimé Césaire

Wednesday March 18th 2015, 6pm: Join with radicals, thinkers, activists, poets, and intellectuals on the Monterey Peninsula to read and discuss some of the world’s greatest philosophers. 94 more words

Reading Groups

Join me tonight at 6:00 central time for the Holly Recommends Book Club!

Tonight from 6-8 central time we’ll be discussing The Fault in Our Stars by John Green and Dear Life by Alice Munro.

Each book links to some discussion questions. 43 more words

Books

Text by Eiko Ikegami: Shame and the Samurai: Institutions, Trustworthiness and Autonomy in the Elite Honor Culture

21 October 2014, Miroslav Kraljević Gallery

Text by Eiko Ikegami: Shame and the Samurai: Institutions, Trustworthiness and Autonomy in the Elite Honor Culture. In: Social Research, Vol. 121 more words

Reading Groups

Reader, I met my readers.

Almost the first question an agent or publisher asks is who are your readers? I can’t be the only writer who fails to conjure up a collective market-speak noun for the person who has just turned the last page of my novel with (I hope) a sigh of satisfaction. 388 more words

Writing Notes