By Sybille Roehrkasten
Comparing Germany’s and Brazil’s executive views, Sybille Roehrkasten finds that the tips on international renewable strength governance are hugely contested. In her learn, the writer sheds mild at the politics in the back of the definition of world governance matters, targeting pioneers within the world wide advertising of renewables and decisive gamers during this emergent region of worldwide cooperation. She demonstrates that principles approximately difficulties and recommendations in transboundary policy-making vary generally and that those transformations are brought on by the choice makers’ coverage contexts and self-interests. the diversities predicament key features in worldwide governance on renewables, reminiscent of international demanding situations to be addressed, preferred renewables ideas, boundaries to renewables promoting and projects for cooperation.
By Loren E. Gross
By Shirley R. Steinberg
For greater than thousand years Christian enlargement and proselytizing used to be couched when it comes to “defending the faith.” until eventually lately within the usa, a lot of that protection got here within the type of reactions opposed to the “liberal” impacts channeled via big-corporate media corresponding to renowned track, Hollywood video clips, and community and cable tv. however the election of Ronald Reagan as a Hollywood President brought Christian the US to the instruments of advertisements and multimedia appeals to little ones and formative years to win new believers to God’s armies. Christotainment examines how Christian fundamentalism has realigned its armies to strive against threats opposed to it via utilizing the forces it as soon as thought of its leader enemies: the leisure media, together with videos, tv, track, cartoons, topic parks, games, and books. Invited participants speak about the serious theoretical frameworks of top-selling units inside Christian popular culture and the attract lots of yank souls during the blessed marriage of corporatism and the hunt for excitement.
By George W.S. Trow
By Adam Gottlieb
By Ingo Cornils, Osman Durrani
In November 2002, a world convention used to be held on the Institute of Germanic experiences in London as a way to commemorate the one hundred and twenty fifth anniversary of Hermann Hesse’s delivery. Twenty unusual audio system from North and South the USA, Russia, Switzerland, Germany and the uk attended the three-day convention with the categorical target of exploring the ongoing significance of this greatly learn German-language writer. This quantity brings jointly many of the responses to the advanced problem that Hesse, whose sheer good fortune is usually visible as detracting from his prestige, offers to literary scholarship all over the world. The author’s present photograph between readers and students is approached from numerous targeted thematic and theoretical views, with the target of supplying a concise evaluation of present examine. the quantity bargains new readings of a couple of Hesse’s seminal works and makes an important contribution to educational examine into his prior and current status as a world icon. because the identify indicates, the point of interest is on ‘Hermann Hesse Today’. The publication investigates his present importance for a latest readership, taking account of his value within the lecture theatre and school room, the multi-facetted applicability of his ethical, moral and aesthetic issues within the context of a fragmented international, and the ongoing relevance of his writings. With the ever-increasing value of recent preoccupations akin to the ecological move or the expansion of the web, a clean examine Hesse’s works is lengthy late. the obvious signal of this can be the looks of a definitive, historical-critical version of his works (prose, poetry, and literary criticism), to be able to provide entry to a lot hitherto unpublished fabric and stimulate clean debates on an writer who ranks one of the best-known and so much influential figures of the 20 th century. This quantity may be of curiosity to lecturers of German in larger schooling and their scholars in addition to researchers and the final readership that maintains to take an curiosity in Hesse on either side of the Atlantic.
By Simpson, Patricia Anne; Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von; Moore, Evelyn K
Poets, painters, philosophers, and scientists alike debated new methods of brooding about visible tradition within the "long eighteenth century". The essays in 'The Enlightened Eye: Goethe and visible tradition' display the level to which Goethe complicated this discourse in nearly all disciplines. the concept that of visuality turns into a constitutive second in a efficient courting among the verbal and visible arts with far-reaching implications for the formation of bourgeois id, pedagogy, and tradition. From numerous theoretical views, the participants to this quantity learn the interconnections among aesthetic and clinical fields of inquiry eager about Goethe's visible identification. through finding Goethe's place within the exam of visible tradition, either confirmed and rising students learn the measure to which visible aesthetics made up our minds the cultural creation of either the German-speaking international and the wider ecu context. The contributions research the construction, presentation, and intake of visible tradition outlined commonly as portray, sculpture, theater, and clinical perform. 'The Enlightened Eye' delivers to take a position new power and perception into the dialogue between literary students, artwork historians, and cultural theorists approximately many points of visible tradition within the Age of Goethe. desk of Contents Acknowledgements Abbreviations creation Patricia Anne SIMPSON and Evelyn okay. MOORE: The Enlightened Eye: visible tradition within the Age of Goethe I.Visions/Revisions of the Neoclassical Aesthetic Melissa DABAKIS: Angelika Kauffmann, Goethe, and the Arcadian Academy in Rome Catriona MACLEOD: Sweetmeats for the attention: Porcelain Miniatures in Classical Weimar Beate ALLERT: Goethe, Runge, Friedrich: On portray Margaretmary DALEY: The Gendered Eye of the Beholder: The Co-ed paintings historical past of the Jena Romantics Mary Helen DUPREE: Elise in Weimar: "Actress-Writers" and the Resistance to Classicism Patricia Anne SIMPSON: Visions of the country: Goethe, Karl
By Timothy Beal
During this revelatory exploration of 1 of our such a lot respected icons, a significantly acclaimed writer and professor takes us again to early Christianity to invite how a field of handwritten scrolls turned the Bible, and ahead to determine how the multibillion-dollar company that has introduced us Biblezines and Manga Bibles is promoting down the Bible’s sacred capital. exhibiting us how a unmarried professional textual content was once made from the proliferation of other scripts, Beal strains its direction because it grew to become embraced because the note of God and booklet of books. between his excellent insights: • Christianity thrived for hundreds of years with none Bible—there was once no authentic canon of scriptures, less a e-book sufficiently big to carry all of them. Congregations used a number of collections of scrolls and codices. • there is not any “original” Bible, no unmarried resource textual content in the back of the hundreds of thousands of other Bibles out there at the present time. The farther we return within the Bible’s background, the extra types we find. • the belief of the Bible because the literal notice of God is comparatively new—only a few century old. Beal’s is an inspiring new tackle the Bible. In calling for a clean knowing of the methods scriptures have been utilized in the prior, he bargains the opportunity to rediscover a Bible, and a religion, that's more true to its personal history—not a ebook of solutions yet a library of questions.
By Rupa Huq
Proposing a brand new method of the research of teenage tradition and renowned tune, past tradition re-examines the hyperlink among track and subcultures and asks the query; in an growing old global, can pop track nonetheless be an automated metaphor for early life tradition? utilizing case experiences and first-hand interviews with customer and manufacturers together with Noel Gallagher and Talvin Singh, Rupa Huq investigates a sequence of musically-centred international adolescence cultures together with hip-hop, digital dance tune and bhangra. With ‘Generation X’ turning into an more and more redundant time period, this publication can help scholars redefine their principles of sweet sixteen tradition and may be a useful addition to their reports.