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Genealogy (from Greek: γενεά, genea, "generation"; and λόγος, logos, "knowledge") is the study of families and the tracing of their lineages and history. Genealogists use oral traditions, historical records, genetic analysis, and other records to obtain information about a family and to demonstrate kinship and pedigrees of its members. The results are often displayed in charts or written as narratives.
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The authors invite readers to consider the value of genetic and genealogical congruencein memory consultation. The Bayesian method for determining the common genetic ancestor, was refined to determine the most recent common ancestor (MRCA). Indeed, it seems sufficiently accessible to be integrated more systematically in memory consultation to help...
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The identification of individuals that have a recent hybrid ancestry (between populations or species) has been a goal of naturalists for centuries. Since the 1960s, codominant genetic markers have been used with statistical and computational methods to identify F1 hybrids and back crosses. Existing hybrid inference methods assume that alleles at di...
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The paper aims to discuss challenges posed by the task of truthfully representing kinship relations, as far as students’ endeavours in Latvian schools are concerned. Acquiring History, Biology, and the Study of Society, pupils learn the concepts of family tree and pedigree from several angles. Compiling a genealogical chart of their own is proposed...
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This review addresses the concept of genetic load from the point of view of molecular genetics, development and efforts in selective breeding. As typical examples, the assessment of animals in the Holstein breed and its high-blooded crossbreeds is considered for mutations that cause three inherited diseases: bovine leukocyte adhesion deficiency (CD...
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Over the last two decades, home DNA testing has reshaped popular narratives around identity, descent, kinship, and modes of ethnic and racial affiliation. The ability to pair oral histories and family lore with scientific data seems to have totally upended the formerly ‘quaint’ hobby of genealogical research. But genealogies have been serious busin...
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Set in the zone of egregious war crimes against the civilian population of Aleppo and in the biohazard zones of the encroaching COVID-19 epidemic, Waad Al-Kateab’s For Sama and Wang Nanfu’s In the Same Breath invent documentary approaches that create complex temporalities — modes of cinematic address that engage trauma as a field of experience that...
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Scholarship in premodern critical race studies has emphasised the role of oppositional colour metaphors, the entanglement of religious and somatic difference, and Frantz Fanon’s concept of epidermalisation in genealogies of race-making in premodern Europe. However, little work has been done on race in the writings of Francesco Petrarca (1304-1374),...
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Despite the huge difference in land coverage between mountains and lowlands, most species are indeed found in mountains and foothills. The causes of this pattern have challenged biogeographers and evolutionary biologists. The Espinhaço and Mantiqueira Ranges are large mountain ranges from eastern Brazil that are global biodiversity hotspots located...
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The Japanese archipelago is a terminal location for human migration, and the contemporary Japanese people represent a unique population whose genomic diversity has been shaped by multiple migrations from Eurasia. Through high-coverage whole-genome sequencing (WGS) analysis of 9,850 samples from the National Center Biobank Network, we analyzed the g...
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The Three Marys on the Cross Problem is an old puzzle in the New Testament and in the Gnostic gospel of Philip of identifying who were the women on Jesus' cross in the gospels. As an old puzzle there are several solutions to this problem, but they are not satisfactory considering the two birth stories and two genealogies of Jesus in the gospels of...
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Statement of the problem. Musical notation is an open, symbolic system of composer’s thinking. At the dry stage of its development, it becomes individualized in the creativity of a number of composers, which is thought out the development of new forms of overcoming the material through advanced piano techniques and atypical logic. The article intro...
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At the time of its publication, Tiferet Maharal mi-Shpole (The Glory of Rabbi Aryeh Leib of Shpola), authored by Rabbi Yehuda Yudel Rosenberg, in 1912, was the sole source for the Shpoler Zeida’s father’s (Rabbi Boruch's) previously unknown “Girondi” surname. It provided no genealogical sources for this information, nor was it passed down to his de...
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Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a leading cause of infant hearing loss and neurodevelopmental delay, but there are no clinically licensed vaccines to prevent infection, in part due to challenges eliciting neutralizing antibodies. One of the most well-studied targets for CMV vaccines is the viral fusogen glycoprotein B (gB), which is required for viral ent...
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This paper reexamines African socialism, the Ghanaian political economy under Kwame Nkrumah (1957–1966), Nkrumah’s intellectual genealogical heritage, and African intellectual history as a genre that transcends the bounds of the Atlantic world. First, I sketch the lives of Black Marxists—Nkrumah, C.L.R. James, George Padmore, and Bankole Awoonor-Re...
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The objectives were to analyze the genealogical information of Gyr (GY) and Nelore (NL) cattle from Costa Rica. Analyzed: pedigree integrity (GY, 13272; NL, 18153); number of complete, maximum traced and equivalent complete generations; inbreeding (FI); generation interval (GI) through four selection routes; average additive genetic ratio (AGR); ef...
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In this work we aim to empirically characterize two important dynamical aspects of GP search: the evolution of diversity and the propagation of inheritance patterns. Diversity is calculated at the genotypic and phenotypic levels using efficient similarity metrics. Inheritance information is obtained via a full genealogical record of evolution as a...
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Informed consent is based on basic ethical principles that should be considered when conducting biomedical and behavioral research involving human subjects. These principles—respect, beneficence, and justice—form the foundations of informed consent which in itself is grounded on three fundamental elements: information, comprehension, and voluntary...
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The Merino breed, which originates from Spain, is the most emblematic livestock breed in the world, since it is the first with a worldwide extension and has had an important impact on the genetic origin of several of the main current sheep populations. For this reason, it is of vital importance to typify the historical genetic lines of the original...
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To understand the evolutionary history of species, it is necessary to know the mechanisms for reproductive isolation, divergence-time between populations, and the relative action of the evolutionary forces (e.g., mutation, genetic drift, gene flow) within and between populations of the same, or closely related species. Although Canthon is one of th...
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Luke-Acts is a theocentric narrative. It tells how God in and through Jesus acts out of faithfulness to the covenant on behalf of Israel. This article uses this fundamental claim to offer a post-supersessionist reading of Luke-Acts. It contends that genealogical Israel (the Jewish people) remains God’s people because of election. God turns to Israe...
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Binary neutron star mergers are one of the ultimate events of massive binary star evolution, and our understanding of their parent systems is still in its infancy. Upcoming gravitational wave detections, coupled with multi-wavelength follow-up observations, will allow us to study an increasing number of these events by characterizing their neighbou...
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Non-recombining regions of the Y-chromosome recorded the evolutionary traces of male human populations and are inherited haplotype-dependently and male-specifically. Recent whole Y-chromosome sequencing studies have identified previously unrecognized population divergence, expansion and admixture processes, which promotes a better understanding and...
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In the political work of Michel Foucault, the ethical constitution of subjectivity is tightly connected with the concept of truth, as well as with the ways through which the subject obtains access to the knowledge of this truth. In the present paper, on the basis of a genealogical approach, is examined the course of different technologies of the se...
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The genealogical nomadic tribes in southern parts of India a social division in a traditional society consisting of families or communities linked by social, economic, religious or blood ties, with a common culture and dialect, typically having a recognised leader and ancestor known as Kunti Malla Reddy. The legendary history of the sect of these t...
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While cooperative interactions among kin are a key building block in the societies of group-living species, their importance for species with more variable social environments is unclear. North American red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) defend individual territories in dynamic neighbourhoods and are known to benefit from living among familiar...
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This essay brings to light a hitherto unnoticed network of Afro-Romani connections in later seventeenth-century French and English drama, and it construes that network as conceptual and ethical genealogy for the bonds that exist today between Black studies and the fledgling field of critical Romani studies. By close reading Molière's “Les fourberie...
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The article 'What is "affective infrastructure"?' (2023) sought to define and historicize a concept (and its surroundings) in geographical and philosophical thought. In doing so, it sought to understand how scholars using the notion of 'affective infrastructure' in order to clarify the specific (but also rather diverse!) spaces or worlds or ideas w...
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From 1999 to 2019, IPUMS collaborated with genealogical organizations to develop massive individual-level census datasets spanning the 1790 through 1940 period, and we are currently working on the 1950 census. This research note describes how our genealogical collaborations came about. We focus on our collaborations with the Church of Jesus Christ...
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Most of the world's biodiversity is described primarily or exclusively using morphological traits that may not always reflect the true evolutionary units. Accurate taxonomy is critical for conservation efforts and re-evaluation of traditional taxonomy may often be warranted since species and subspecies are frequently the focus of conservation and f...
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In this article, the authors present the results of historical and genealogical study of the Astafievs family of service people from Chernavsky district, whose descendants in the second half of the XVIII century became odnodvortsy. One of the results of the reforms of Peter I was a change in the class organization of the countrys population, which...
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Anatomically modern humans originated in Africa and separated from their most likely recent common ancestor hundreds and thousands of years ago (Bergstrom et al. 2020, Wang et al. 2021a). They followingly migrated out of Africa around 50 thousand years ago and evolved in concert with the complicated interplay of gene flow and adaptive selection dur...
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This chapter discusses various queer film festivals and their experimentations with online screenings. This interview was organized and moderated by Jenni Olson, an American film curator, filmmaker, author, and LGBT film historian who created one of the earliest online queer film festivals, PopcornQ, in 1994. In discussing past attempts at creating...
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O presente ensaio inspirado na semiologia barthesiana tem por objetivo tematizar alguns desafios implicados no gesto aparentemente extemporâneo de escutar a escrita materializada no curso foucaultiano A Hermenêutica do sujeito. Trata-se de um exercício especulativo que, situando a educação no contexto das artes de viver, aborda o interesse crescent...
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Menjelaskan tentang klasifikasi teori perilaku manusia dimulai dari asal usul (genealogi), perspektif/aliran, teorist, hingga asumsi dasar yang menjadi landasan paradigmatiknya. Peta teori ini akan membantu para peneliti dalam menggunakan teori perilaku dalam menelaah masalah sosial khususnya masalah psikologi dan sosiologi
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Resumo: Este artigo aborda a relevância da ocupação de si no processo de formação ética do sujeito e discute as possibilidades de seu uso para a educação. Recobra-se, para tanto, a genealogia da história da noção de cuidado, da parresia e da ética da amizade, retratadas no curso Hermenêutica do Sujeito ministrado por Michel Foucault. Objetiva-se pr...
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This work investigates my family’s long-held secrets that concealed the whereabouts of my grandmother. After years of estrangement, my father discovered Ada living in a mental hospital. Memories are rarely straightforward and could only take us so far in understanding why Ada remained missing from our family for so long. My search for answers invol...
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We construct a coupling between two seemingly very different constructions of the standard additive coalescent, which describes the evolution of masses merging pairwise at rates proportional to their sums. The first construction, due to Aldous and Pitman, involves the components obtained by logging the Brownian Continuum Random Tree (CRT) by a Pois...
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Political events in Iran since the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century have often been marked by a conflict between tradition and modernity, or more specifically the interpretation of the human body in the past and the present. The third decade of the 20th century marked the start of a new biopolitical era, during which the body was formally...
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Understanding how discourse is spatialized needs a conceptual ground for the discussion, and this study believes that the Foucauldian view is the right one. With a non-cartesian attitude, Michel Foucault considered the body as space and used archaeological and genealogical analysis to study its productive conditions. In his archaeological study, Fo...
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¿Por qué usamos el término resiliencia y cuáles son las implicaciones de ese uso para el espacio urbano?, con base en tal interrogante se desarrolla la reflexión del presente artículo. El propósito con este texto es ilustrar, de forma dialéctica, la manera en que se ha utilizado la resiliencia en las estrategias neoliberales de transformación urban...
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High consanguinity among equines has negative effects on semen quality, thus resulting in low motility and high levels of abnormality in the spermatozoa. However, such a relationship has not been studied in Colombian Creole horses, which have been subjected to particular selection practices focusing mainly on their gait. This research assessed the...
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The Ordonnance de la marine of 1681 marked—at least in theory—a pivotal step forward in enshrining the unfettered maritime authority of the French state. Spearheaded by Jean-Baptiste Colbert, Louis XIV’s famous minister, the wide-reaching Ordonnance assimilated a rich genealogy of customary maritime law into a single proclamation of positive law. Y...
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A plant breeding program involves hundreds of experiments, each having number of entries, genealogy information, linked experimental design, lists of treatments, observed traits, and data analysis. The traditional method of arranging breeding program information and data recording and maintenance is not centralized and is always scattered in differ...
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In Indonesia, the trend of products using religious commodities filled the economic market, which used "halal" diction. This study aims to answer several questions. Firstly how is the halal commodification process produced related to Wardah products? Second, how is the halal commodification process produced related to Wardah advertisements? The las...
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Rok Vevar is a dance historian and archivist who founded the Temporary Slovene Dance Archive (TSDA) in 2011. TSDA is a platform for documenting and historicizing modern and contemporary dance in Slovenia. He first opened the archive to the public in his private apartment in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and then in March 2018, he transferred it into the pre...
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This urupā tautaiao (natural burials) research is a Marsden funded project with a decolonising agenda. It presents a pragmatic opportunity for Māori to re-evaluate, reconnect, and adapt ancient customs and practices for the modern world. The design practice output focus is the restoration of existing graves located in the urupā (burial ground) of t...
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The article presents issues concerning the interpretation of the prophecy of Isaiah (11, 1-3) in the works of religious art. One of these works is the altar in the post-Dominican church in Klimontów near Sandomierz. The town belonged to the Ossoliński family from the 15th century. In the first half of the 17th century, a Dominican church and monast...
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This research seeks to uncover the origins of sanad qirā’āt Syekh ‘Abd al-Ra’ūf al-Sinkilī, which he used in Tafsir Turjumān al-Mustafīd. Abd Raūf al-Sinkilī did not mention any qirā’āt allusions in Tafsir Turjumān al-Mustafīd. This finding demonstrates that al-Sinkilī obtained qirā’āt through talaqqi or musyāfahah directly from his masters rather...
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This presentation accounts a journey of the researcher’s practice-led doctoral project, Tangohia mai te taura: Take This Rope. The study involves researching, directing and producing a documentary about historical grievances to exhume stories from a Māori filmmaker’s community that call into question colonial accounts of the 1866 execution of their...
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In this article, Nils Bühler conducts a critical genealogy of West Germany prohibiting (dubbed indexing) digital games in the 1980s. After a brief overview of the indexing practice and the BPjS as the enforcing authority, Bühler analyses 10 exemplary documents in order to trace the BPjS's process of knowledge generation. Finally, Sneath, Holbraad,...
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The recent literature on “marine sovereignty” encourages to consider the ways of management and governance of the Pacific Ocean from a new perspective, in order to face the ecological crisis and acknowledge the coexistence of different ontologies. In this paper I aim to convey the density and the poly-chrony that characterize the aquatic ontology o...
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Radicalism is a delicate subject with the potential to disrupt the natural order. This study aims to determine the meaning of radicalism, the genealogy of religious radicalism, the factors that cause radical Islam, and deradicalization efforts. This research was a qualitative method with descriptive approach. Based on the research results, it is kn...
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This paper argues Islamism in Aceh Province, Indonesia, has a long history within the social structure of the Acehnese people. Genealogically, there are two factors to view Islamism here, namely the relationship between Islam and politics in the past, and the people’s cultural and social construction, which has a strong Islamic base. Therefore, the...
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With the advent of molecular phylogenetics, the number of taxonomic studies unveiling and describing cryptic diversity has greatly increased. However, speciation between cryptic lineages is often defined without evaluating population structure or gene flow, which can lead to false claims of species status and, subsequently, taxonomic inflation. In...
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While essential work in Africana philosophy that illuminates the per-ils of Western constructs of race and racism has been laid out, schol-arship is yet to excavate genealogies of Africana critiques of Western slavery as distinct philosophical themes that can contribute to the understanding of slavery from the vantage of the subjugated. This articl...
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ABSTRAK Kewirausahaan sosial sedang menjadi perbincangan hangat di Indonesia. Pemerintah, lembaga non-profit, dan universitas terus mempromosikan kehebatan kewirausahaan sosial. Mereka mengklaim bahwa kewirausahaan sosial akan menghasilkan kemaslahatan. Sayangnya, meskipun banyak penelitian menunjukkan dampak baik kewirausahaan sosial, kajian histo...
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Artikel ini menyajikan dialektika pemikiran Islam kontemporer di Indonesia yang bercorak fundamentalisme. Kehadiran berbagai gerakan islam sudah sejak lama hadir di Indonesia, ada yang muncul hasil “impor” dari negara lain, ada pula yang timbul karena reaksi internal di masyarakat atas sebuah fenomena tertentu. Berbagai varian gerakan tersebut mena...
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This article aims to re-read the position of tafsīr lughawī in contemporary interpretation discourse. The background of the research is the fact that contemporary interpretation methodologies have emerged which seem to nullify linguistic reviews in interpretation. Using the critical-analytic method and the historical-philosophical approach, three p...
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Introduction. The frequency of children with birth defects (BD) according to the WHO reaches 4-6% of the total number of newborns. Objectives. The purpose of this work was to determine the probable risk factors for “model” BDs in newborns. Methods. Analysis of clinical-epidemiological and medical-statistic data from the primary documentation on new...
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The article discusses the sources used by the national Lithuanian historian Simonas Daukantas (1793–1864) which determined the inclusion of Odin in the ranks of Lithuanian/Baltic cultural heroes in the work BUDĄ Senowęs-Lëtuwiû Kalnienû ĩr Ƶámajtiû (en. The Character of the Ancient Lithuanians–Highlanders and Lowlanders, 1845). The first source dis...
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The two-volume research collection is a result of the participation of the Institute for Historical Studies at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, headed by Prof. PhD Daniel Vachkov, in the National Research Program “Cultural Heritage, National Memory and Social Development”, funded by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Bulgari...
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In a 1978 lecture in Tokyo, Foucault drew a comparison between his own philosophical methodology and that of ‘Anglo-Saxon analytic philosophy’, claiming the label ‘analytic philosophy of politics’ for his own approach. This may seem like a somewhat surprising comparison given the gulf between contemporary analytic and continental philosophy, but I...
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Although Foucault presented History of Sexuality Vol. 4: Confessions of the Flesh as a crucial part in the study of the genealogy of the subject of desire, Foucault’s analyses of early Christian doctrine and pastoral technologies do not support the claim that an analytic of the subject of desire was established in early Christianity. This can be sh...
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The two-volume research collection is a result of the participation of the Institute for Historical Studies at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, headed by Prof. PhD Daniel Vachkov, in the National Research Program “Cultural Heritage, National Memory and Social Development”, funded by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Bulgari...
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Purpose. The article presents exploring the cultural and anthropological traits of consumers and producers of cultural services and products in the digital epoch. There have been singled out two types of cultural subjectivity according to the aim of a person’s activity in the virtual net: either production of things, services, and technologies or t...
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Feminisme Islam menawarkan wawasan kebaharuan tentang tranformasi hubungan antara Islam dan feminisme sejak era kolonial tahun 1900-an hingga awal 1990-an di Indonesia. Dengan pendekatan genealogis yang digunakan, buku ini mempertemukan antara Islam dan feminisme serta upaya untuk mempertemukan kembali egalitarianism di dalam tradisi Islam. Wacana-...
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Much has been discussed on the presence of the British in Malaya and their role as a catalyst for the creation of a multi-ethnic nation. However, there is another set of narratives by a European community that is often left out of this conversation on colonial networks, the French. These have often been at the periphery of discussions, predominantl...
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In October 2016, Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) announced a landmark reform package that ushered in a new era of global football governance known as FIFA 2.0. Despite decades of profitability for its most visible event - the Men’s World Cup (MWC) - FIFA’s leadership had come under intense scrutiny following a corruption an...
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A new type of dictionary – a psychological linguistic dictionary was compiled as a result of analyzing 15918 Russian adjectives from the perspective of their relationship with emotions originating in reference to various senses. The dictionary contains information on “the emotional load” of these adjectives, that is how pleasant or how unpleasant e...
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Numenius is one of the most important authors who, in the Imperial Age, deal with the figure of Socrates. Socrates is important in the Platon­ic tradition, in particular in the sceptical tradition, when the Socratic dubitative “spirit” of the first Platonic dialogues became important to justify the “suspension of judgement.” Numenius criticises the...
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The purpose of this article, written in the format of a theoretical essay, is to show how genealogy, as a set of methodological research operators in the human sciences, can be an effective way to analyze recent technological events, such as: the internet. The objective of this work is to problematize the practices that enhance a cultural, historic...
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The paper seeks to contribute to critical reflection on recent trends in cultural anthropology, the humanities more generally, and ongoing transformations of urban space. The first part of the paper explores the genealogy of two crucial anthropological approaches to “the life of the senses,” anthropology of the senses, and sensory anthropology, out...
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Este trabajo analiza la genealogía como un principio estructurador de los libros de caballerías castellanos y sus variaciones. Para ello, se parte de las categorías de análisis propuestas por Howard Bloch con el fin de revisar sus implicaciones para la poética del género, respecto a los modelos artúricos y el Zifar. Se estudia en particular el para...
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The historiography of individual academic subjects and disciplines is an indispensable part of both university history and the history of science. Scientific disciplines are a relatively recent phenomenon from the university-historical perspective of longue durée, whose study has nevertheless undergone some striking developments in the past forty y...
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Currently, Sedati Regency's coastal region has undergone an identity shift. The region, which was once renowned as a representation of seaside culture, has been changed into a new official residential community. the beginning of new operations in 2018, such as the massive construction of formal settlement sites. In an effort to establish a new iden...
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This article aims to explore the ritual of cuci negeri in Soya, Maluku from an ecofeminist perspective. In the current of globalization, humans often make nature as an object so that various forms of oppression occur. However, in Soya's country, nature as a collective home understand nature as a collective home that is cared for through rituals the...
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Contextualized by contestation and deconstruction of monoracialism, this article provides an assessment of how law, as a distinct tool and technology, conceptualizes and operationalizes race and ethnicity. The focus of the comparative project, by bringing examples from various countries and jurisdictions, is specifically on the morphology and dynam...
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This article examines the evolution of rabbinic interpretative discourse on the creation of woman, as depicted in the Hebrew Bible, addressing well-known rabbinic writings from the fifth to the tenth centuries. My feminist and genealogical discourse-analytic exploration illustrates the accumulation of gender-biased elements and the concomitant stre...
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Without reconstructing its genealogy, which then means its history, a political-ideological phenomenon such as fascism, of which Italy was the firstborn between the 1910s and 1920s, can never be fully understood. Its history already provides, at least in part, the interpretation, and in any case helps to understand the phenomenon. Genealogy and phe...
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Ageing is part of life, and so is death. Although death will involve all of us over time, it is often regarded as a taboo topic, and bonds with the dead are seldom acknowledged in contemporary times. The aim of this paper is to present selected insights on the connection that survives death and its role in increasing human/non-human relationships,...
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Starting from the archaeological and archaeographic data, we’ll put forward an interpretation of a consecration rite and of a possible re-consecration of the settlement of Crasto de Palheiros (Iron Age). We’ll focus on the foundational rite of the housing area of the Eastern Exterior Embankment (around the 6th/5th century BC) and on its recurrent r...
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We present the initial stages of a research project for a big data genealogical study. Consanguineous ties among members of a family form kinship networks. Family is the first social network for actors and historically was the source of education, support, and socialization. Family is still the source of power in the royalty, and family business ha...
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THE METRICS OF THE ARMENIAN PARISH IN ZAMOŚĆ FROM THE YEARS 1694-1776 The metrical notes of the Armenian Catholic parish in Zamość from the years 1694-1776, kept in the Wasyl Stefanyk Lviv National Scientific Library, constitute nowadays the only known register of the baptisms and marriages administered in this parish. This source also includes a...
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In 2010, Bron Taylor published his seminal book Dark Green Religion: Nature, Spirituality and the Planetary Future, which rapidly became a “must-read” in the ongoing ecology-religion debates. A decade later, this work gained broader visibility and diffusion with a German translation. This paper aims at introducing the first two chapters of Angelica...
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The Aspergillus series Nigri contains biotechnologically and medically important species. They can produce hazardous mycotoxins, which is relevant due to the frequent occurrence of these species on foodstuffs and in the indoor environment. The taxonomy of the series has undergone numerous rearrangements, and currently, there are 14 species accepted...
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Background Despite intensive research, cancer remains a major health problem. The difficulties in treating cancer are due to the complex nature of this disease, including high levels of heterogeneity within tumours. Intra-tumour heterogeneity creates the conditions for inter-clonal competition and selection, which should result in selective sweeps...
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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan dan menganalisis perencanaan, pelaksanaan serta evaluasi genealogi kampung Al- Qur’an yang dimanfaatkan oleh masyarakat di bagusari kabupaten Lumajang sebagai sarana pengembangan pendidikan Islam. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode deskriptif dengan pendekatan kualitatif. Adapun teknik pengumpulan data...
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AstroGen, The Astronomy Genealogy Project (https://astrogen.aas.org) is reviewed and compared with similar projects. - A rough English translation is available at https://www.researchgate.net/publication/367020660.
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In this dialogue, gender and women’s studies professors Toby Beauchamp (UIUC) and Ronak K. Kapadia (UIC) reflect on their early encounters with surveillance studies and the field’s shifting relationship to transnational feminist and queer of color scholarship. By exploring these alternative genealogies for surveillance scholarship, they also consid...
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The trinitarian formula of Matthew 28:19: Fremdkörper or an appropriate conclusion? The aim of the article is to investigate whether the trinitarian formula of Matthew 28:19 (‘… baptise them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit …’) is a Fremdkörper (foreign body) in the Gospel of Matthew or a meaningful ending to the Gosp...
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The Institute of Pharmacology of the University of Strasbourg played an eminent role in the development and international spread of pharmacology between 1872 and 1918. In this article, genealogy and biographies of key players are documented. Unfortunately, lack of data did not permit the complete biographical description of all scientists. Oswald S...
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