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Questões teóricas e formação profissional em comunicação e educação, Vol. 1

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ISBN: 9788574554396 Year: Pages: 287 DOI: 10.7476/9788574554396 Language: Portuguese
Publisher: SciELO Books - Editus
Subject: Languages and Literatures
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O primeiro volume da série inicia com estudos sobre a "Construção epistemológica na interface Comunicação e Educação", em que são operados termos como Educomunicação, Mídiaeducação, Transmidiação ou Comunicação/Educação. Trazem contribuições teóricas que, para além dos conceitos utilizados, procuram refletir acerca das interfaces envolvidas nos vínculos da Comunicação com a Educação. Já os "Processos educacionais e comunicacionais para formação do profissional de Comunicação" discutem metodologias afeitas ao aprender e ensinar na graduação e cursos de extensão.

Construções subordinadas na lusofonia : uma abordagem discursivo-funcional

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ISBN: 9788568334805 Year: DOI: 10.7476/9788568334805 Language: Portuguese
Publisher: SciELO Books - Editora UNESP
Subject: Languages and Literatures
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Os textos que compõem a coletânea Construções subordinadas nas variedades lusófonas: uma abordagem discursivo-funcional constituem os resultados de pesquisas abrigadas no Projeto do mesmo nome, desenvolvido pelo Grupo de Pesquisa em Gramática Funcional (GPGF), da Unesp de São José do Rio Preto, sob a perspectiva do modelo teórico da gramática discursivo-funcional (Hengeveld; Mackenzie, 2008). Uma contribuição significativa desta obra está em sua própria organização, já que é composta de duas partes: a Parte I é dedicada à subordinação na oração, e a Parte II, à subordinação no sintagma, o que revela um tratamento inédito do fenômeno, raramente dado pela tradição gramatical. A subordinação na oração, por sua vez, se subdivide em subordinação de argumentos, em que se incluem as orações-complementos (completivas – subjetivas e objetivas) e a oração-predicado (predicativa), e subordinação de modificadores, em que se encontram as orações adverbiais. Na segunda parte, dedicada à subordinação dentro do sintagma, as orações subdividem-se também em subordinada argumental, a tradicionalmente denominada completiva nominal, e subordinada modificadora, denominada adjetiva. Ao todo, a coletânea é composta de dez capítulos, sendo o primeiro dedicado a uma breve apresentação da teoria da gramática discursivo-funcional (GDF), que irá, de certo modo, balizar os tratamentos específicos que se desenvolvem nos capítulos subsequentes. Os outros nove capítulos apresentam todos a mesma estrutura, iniciando com a seção “Palavras iniciais”, seguida da descrição da oração em pauta e encerrando com “Palavras finais”, o que dá uniformidade à obra, como se fosse um livro autoral. Fecham a obra as “Considerações finais”, em que se apresenta um balanço dos estudos aqui reunidos, mostrando que despojar as descrições de seu suporte tecnicamente formal resultou em saldo positivo, cumprindo-se o objetivo de facilitar a compreensão do leitor para o que está realmente no foco do volume, o que não implica perda de complexidade descritiva. Além disso, em relação à abordagem teórica adotada, a concepção de organização descendente da gramática, que se inicia no ato discursivo, priorizando as propriedades pragmáticas e semânticas como motivações da codificação morfossintática e fonológica, fornece um tratamento novo para a subordinação, evitando repetir descrições já realizadas na tradição gramatical, com as quais, todavia, os textos dialogam constantemente.

Ancient Terracottas from South Italy and Sicily in the J. Paul Getty Museum

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ISBN: 9781606064856 Year: Pages: 243 Language: English
Publisher: Getty Publications
Subject: History of arts
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In the ancient world, terracotta sculpture was ubiquitous. Readily available and economicalunlike stone suitable for carvingclay allowed artisans to craft figures of remarkable variety and expressiveness. Terracottas from South Italy and Sicily attest to the prolific coroplastic workshops that supplied sacred and decorative images for sanctuaries, settlements, and cemeteries. Sixty terracottas are investigated here by noted scholar Maria Lucia Ferruzza, comprising a selection of significant types from the Getty

Roman Mosaics in the J. Paul Getty Museum

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ISBN: 9781606064986 Year: Pages: 88 Language: English
Publisher: Getty Publications
Subject: History of arts
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The mosaics in the collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum span the second through the sixth centuries AD and reveal the diversity of compositions found throughout the Roman Empire during this period. Elaborate floors of stone and glass tesserae transformed private dwellings and public buildings alike into spectacular settings of vibrant color, figural imagery, and geometric design. Scenes from mythology, nature, daily life, and spectacles in the arena enlivened interior spaces and reflected the cultural ambitions of wealthy patrons. This online catalogue documents all of the mosaics in the Getty Museum

Actors and the Art of Performance

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Book Series: Performance Philosophy ISBN: 9781137596338 9781137596345 Year: Pages: 131 Seiten DOI: 10.1057/9781137596345 Language: English
Publisher: Springer Nature Grant: Austrian Science Fund - PUB 357
Subject: Social Sciences
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Acting on stage is a mode of performing an action, in the context of which the bodily aspects implicitly at work in acting reveal their own significance and power. This event can actualize a wound incarnated in human beings, because the actor acts and does not act at the same time and hence the concept of being ‘the doer’ unmasks itself as being illusionary. One could call it a kind of ‘symbolic death’ (Mueller), an ‘anthropological mutation’ (Agamben)––an event of great interest because of its highly ethical call.The book “Actors and the Art of Performance. Under Exposure” opens with a cascade of contradictory motives for becoming an actor. But, if theatre is no longer understood as a theatre of representation, then what takes place on stage is a transformation at play with truth, in which ethics are realized by the aesthetic. Insofar the book summarizes the attempt to explore and map guidelines of acting as being under the perspective of be-coming. That may sound fairly harmless in theory, but it feels anything but harmless when you experience it on your own body. For example, for being physical under exposure actors have to learn that there exists no fundamental dualism between mind and matter. Furthermore, actors are espoused to a dynamic shifting ground in the name of creativity. They have to carry the burden that the self is no sovereign identity as we generally suppose, but rather a threshold of permanent be-coming. One could call it the outstanding gift of acting. In the German language, gift means “poison”, in German ears the word has the double meaning of poison and present, thus expressing the fact that a gift is disturbing and blessing at the same time. Loaded with fear and joy as the crucial point of acting, which attacks and attracts actors and spectators most.

Traumdramaturgie und Selbstreflexion: Bildstrategien romantischer Traumdarstellungen im Spannungsfeld zeitgenössischer Traumtheorie und Ästhetik

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ISBN: 9783946198000 9783946198031 9783946198017 9783946198024 Year: Pages: 326 DOI: 10.16994/bab Language: German
Publisher: Modern Academic Publishing
Subject: Philosophy --- Social Sciences --- History of arts --- Arts in general
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The dissertation analyses dream images in romanticist art, with regards to inherent dreamanalogue strategies in consideration of contemporary dream theory and aesthetics, with a focus on the period between 1820 and 1840. The study does not provide a typological, iconographical or motif-historical collection of samples, but analyses different aspects of selected artworks which represent a wide range in terms of their contextual, formal and topographical heterogeneity, and overcomes the existing stereotypical classification in the context of romanticist art reflection. The study identifies that, beyond the contextual-iconographical dimension, the dream serves as an aesthetical category because it is reflected not only as a motif but also in relation to its dramaturgy. In the romantic awareness of the difficulty of an adequate representation of invisible images, the nonlinear, associative, ciphered, space- and time-simultaneous structure of the dream is adapted as a method, and is staged by varied and differentiated configurations. This is mirrored by comprehensive or formal concepts (genre, technique, media and interdisciplinary), as well as in fragmentary structures (sketches and drawings), in materiality (transparency and colour) or arabesque and combinatory production principles. The study contains three chapters: after a general introduction to the subject, the analysis of the current state of research and the demonstration of the methodology in the first chapter, the second chapter focuses on contemporary dream discourses (especially the theories of Gotthilf Heinrich Schubert and Carl Gustav Carus) and the constitutive role of the philosophy of Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling. By also involving the literary concepts of dreams the romantic awareness of the deficiency of the visible image compared to the invisible, which forces an avoidance of a mimetic art perception, becomes obvious. The third chapter forms the main body of the study. On the basis of selected dream images it analyses the different artistic strategies and conditions of reception. The first section of the third chapter focuses on artist dream imagery, namely the Musician’s Dream by Caspar David Friedrich, Raphael’s Dream by Franz and Johannes Riepenhausen and the Dream of Erwin von Steinbach by Moritz von Schwind. The analysis indicates that the dreaming artist serves as mise-en-abyme of the dream-analogue productive and reflexive process, and the artwork itself. The second section of chapter three makes landscape spaces accessible as imaginative concepts and projections of emotional states, according to current literature studies. Landscape spaces serve as patterns for reflection processes, which is explored on the basis of The Dreamer by Caspar David Friedrich. The third section of the third chapter focuses on a combinatory and arabesque concept as a dream-analogue and self-reflexive strategy – the collage-like compilation, association and transformation of heterogeneous elements which are analysed on the basis of the artworks Dream of Adam by Moritz von Schwind and The Evening by Clemens Brentano.

Actors and the Art of Performance

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Book Series: Performance Philosophy ISBN: 9781137596345 Year: Pages: 120 DOI: 10.1057/9781137596345 Language: English
Publisher: Springer Nature
Subject: Performing Arts --- Media and communication --- Arts in general --- Philosophy
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Actors and the Art of Performance: Under Exposure combines the author's two main biographical paths: her professional commitment to the fields of both theatre and philosophy. The art of acting on stage is analysed here not only from the theoretical perspective of a spectator, but also from the perspective of the actor. The author draws on her experience as both a theatre actor and a university professor whose teachings in the art of acting rely heavily on her own experience and also on her philosophical knowledge. The book is unique not only in terms of its content but also in terms of its style. Written in a multiplicity of voices, the text oscillates between philosophical reasoning and narrative forms of writing, including micro-narratives, fables, parables, and inter alia by Carroll, Hoffmann and Kleist. Hence the book claims that a trans-disciplinary dialogue between the art of acting and the art of philosophical thinking calls for an aesthetical research that questions and begins to seek alternatives to traditionally established and ingrained formats of philosophy. ;

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