The word ‘chrononormativity’ refers to the way in which our experiences follow patterns over time in conformity with normative frameworks. Some of these patterns are pretty obvious: for example, there are age-defined periods of compulsory education, and the right to vote or marry, as well as responsibility for one’s own crimes, are defined by age. 616 more words
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Hartog, Francois 2005. Time and Heritage. Museum International 57(3): 7-18.
A conference, conceived by the Hellenist, Marcel Detienne, a specialist in comparative approaches, provided the opportunity to resume the concept once again and develop it further, along with another anthropologist, Gérard Lenclud. 694 more words
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Do we fight time? Do we embrace it? Is time a source of anxiety or a stimulant of joy? 412 more words
"Silence: one would willingly Consume it, eat it like bread. There is never enough. Now, When we are silent, metal Still rings upon shuddering Metal: a door slams, a child Cries; other lives surround us." "But remember, there is no Silence within; the belly Sighs, grumbles, and what is that Loud knocking, that summoning? 23 more words