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After Turner from Grenoble sketchbook [Finberg LXXIV], Looking back to the Pic de l'Oeillette, Gorges du Guiers Mort, Grande Chartreuse 1802 (2007)
Physical Artefact
Parraman, C. After Turner from Grenoble sketchbook [Finberg LXXIV], Looking back to the Pic de l'Oeillette, Gorges du Guiers Mort, Grande Chartreuse 1802

Drawing from Turner , 6 November 2006-20 May 2007, Tate Britain. Drawing From Turner was a collaborative project and exhibition jointly organised by Tate Britain and the University of the Arts London. The display included the drawings of 30 contempor... Read More about After Turner from Grenoble sketchbook [Finberg LXXIV], Looking back to the Pic de l'Oeillette, Gorges du Guiers Mort, Grande Chartreuse 1802.

The body at the front: Corporeity and community in Jan Patocka's heretical essays in the philosophy of history (2007)
Journal Article
Meacham, D. E. (2007). The body at the front: Corporeity and community in Jan Patocka's heretical essays in the philosophy of history. Studia Phaenomenologica, 7, 353-376

Abstract: This paper investigates the relation in PatoËka’s thought between the concepts of the “front” and the “solidarity of the shaken”,which we find in the Heretical Essays in the Philosophy of History, particularly the sixth essay, “Wars of the... Read More about The body at the front: Corporeity and community in Jan Patocka's heretical essays in the philosophy of history.

Photography, presence and pattern (2007)
Book Chapter
Lister, M. (2007). Photography, presence and pattern. In J. Elkins (Ed.), Photography Theory, 350-358. Routledge

Teaching holocaust literature and film (2007)
Book Chapter
King, N. (2007). Teaching holocaust literature and film. In R. Eaglestone, & B. Langford (Eds.), Teaching Holocaust Literature and Film, 48-62. Palgrave

Peace in ruins – the value of mementoes, temporary shrines and floral tributes as markers of public sphere (2007)
Book Chapter
and floral tributes as markers of public sphere. In A. Harutyunyan, K. Horschelmann, & M. Miles (Eds.), Public Arts after SocialismIntellect

Introduction. John F. Kennedy argued that ‘Peace is a daily, a weekly, a monthly process, gradually changing opinions, slowly eroding old barriers, quietly building new structures’. He had in mind not physical structures – such as reverential monumen... Read More about Peace in ruins – the value of mementoes, temporary shrines and floral tributes as markers of public sphere.

Film, feminism and Melanie Klein: Weird lullabies (2007)
Book Chapter
Gordon, S. (2007). Film, feminism and Melanie Klein: Weird lullabies. In C. Bainbridge, S. Radstone, & M. Rustin (Eds.), Culture and the Unconscious, 154-168. Palgrave Macmillan


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