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Chapter 5 Language. World of Tongues Earth’s heterogeneous collection of languages is one of its most obvious examples of cultural diversity. Earth’s.

cultural dependence on England, and inspire national pride. Differences in Pronunciation Differences in pronunciation between British and U.S. speakers are immediately recognizable. Differences in pronunciation between British and U.S. speakers are immediately recognizable. Interaction between the two groups was largely confined to exchange of letters and other printed/. Increasingly in the modern world, the language of international communication is English. Increasingly in the modern world, the language of/


Welcome to All S. Course Code: E 300 A Course Name English Language and Literacy MEDIA TEXTS: AUTHORS AND READERS CHAPTER 3: What is a Text? CHAPTER 6:

production involved axes and knives, used to inscribe marks on stone, wood or clay. Such texts were brief, monumental or matters of official record. Parchment & pen led to diff kind of artefact. Printing press gave rise to/subjective modes of representation. Understanding semiotics of factuality – most imp literacy skill required by readers & viewers in modern industrial world. Cultural imp of visual image establishes the fact that ‘Seeing is believing.’ Factuality is accomplished by words rather than /


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numbers Arabia ChristianityJerusalem Printed booksGermany Civil rightsPersia AstronomyMesopotamia (now Iraq) Surgical MedicineEgypt Understanding England of gravity What specifically can we learn from the study of the modern world? Why study /of the Modern World  “Modern” Globalization  Phase of increasing trade links and cultural exchange in 19 th century  Columbian Exchange- widespread exchange of animal, plants, culture (slaves), communicable diseases and ideas between Eastern and Western hemispheres/


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Understanding the postmodern transition. Living in a post-Christendom, post-modern, post- Enlightenment, post-evangelical, post-liberal, post-colonial,

, 1611 (1572-1631) The great chain of being Nature and Natures laws lay hid in night: God said, "Let Newton be!" and all was light. Alexander Pope (1688-1744) Epitaph Intended for Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) 1500 AD - 2000 AD Modern World 1750 AD1500 AD2000 AD Postmodern World 1950 AD - ??? Medieval World Planes, trains automobiles Print/Screen/Internet New Science New Weapons New Spirituality Systems Thinking/


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the first people to circumnavigate, or sail around, the world. Samuel de Champlain founded New France in the Americas. In modern times New France is called Quebec. b. Define the Columbian Exchange and its global economic and cultural impact. The Columbian Exchange 5 When Columbus returned to Spain in 1493, he brought with him “new” plants and animals. Later that year, he returned to the Americas/


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Abuse History Clearance Form and Instructions (ACT 151) Education Classes PA Child Abuse History Clearance Form and Instructions (ACT 151) Type or print clearly and neatly in ink Section/and Culture EN 230 WCH Post-1800 British Literature and Culture EN 240 WCH American Literature and Culture HEN 243 HNR WCH American Visions: Cultural Dialogue in the U.S. EN 245 Growing up in America EN 251 HUM Multicultural Literature HEN 252 HNR HUM Irony, Humor, and Despair in Modern Literature HEN 253 HNR WCH Gaelic and/


English pronunciation across time and space: from Middle English to World Englishes Ewa Waniek-Klimczak University of Łódź.

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Week 10: European Print Culture Novels, Newspapers, and Modernity Graham Law http://www.f.waseda.jp/glaw/TEMP/ITES-Novels&Newspapers.ppt Structure of today’s class l Three preliminary questions l The Gutenburg revolution (Marshall McLuhan) l Print and modernity (Benedict Anderson) l/ l Johann Gutenburg (c.1400-68) Mainz, Germany l movable type printing in Europe l the age of mechanical reproduction? l the beginnings of the modern world? The Gutenburg revolution l The Gutenburg Galaxy (1962) l There Marshall /


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ROOTS OF THE MODERN UNIVERSITY

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Global 10 Thematic Essays Topics Belief Systems Change Citizenship Conflict Culture and Intellectual Life Decision Making Diversity Economic Systems Environment.

Topics Belief Systems Change Citizenship Conflict Culture and Intellectual Life Decision Making Diversity Economic Systems Environment and Society Factors of Production Human and Physical Geography Human Rights Imperialism Interdependence Justice Movement of People and Goods Nationalism Nation States Needs and Wants Political Systems Power Scarcity Science and Technology Urbanization Thematic Essay Topics European Feudalism French Revolution Russian Revolution Printing Press Enlightenment Age of Exploration/


Early Modern History #1 1451 – 1688 AP European History.

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Change & Continuity Over Time in ASIA By: Alicia Chen, Yarl Dhayaparan, Shirley Huang, Lise Ho, Radhika Kaicker, Christina Ko, Mahfuza Shovik, and Alanna.

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Ways of the World: A Brief Global History First Edition CHAPTER 9 China and the World: East Asian Connections 500–1300 Copyright © 2009 by Bedford/St.

adopted some Chinese intellectual, cultural, and religious traditions and had others imposed upon them while under Chinese rule. Responses to Chinese influence varied from outright rebellion in Vietnam under the Trung sisters to the active embrace of Chinese influence by the Japanese under Shotoku Taishi. Q. In what ways did China participate in the world of Eurasian commerce and exchange, and with what outcomes? China actively/


KOREA  Located between China and Japan  Continuous cultural and geopolitcal interactions with China and Japan  Korean language is considered “language.

KOREA  Located between China and Japan  Continuous cultural and geopolitcal interactions with China and Japan  Korean language is considered “language isolate” Modern Korea  One of the world’s fastest growing economies  Korean GDP ranked No. 12 in the worldWorld’s 8 th largest exporter Korean Wave (Hallyu): Korean Cultural Export since early 1990s  Korean movies, TV dramas, and pop-music are very popular around the world; rapidly spreading beyond Asian countries/


 Collective gender identity in lifestyle magazines: Glamour, Cosmopolitan, loaded and mens health  Using the adverts within the magazines as an example.

?  Should collective identity exist in our modern world?  How do contemporary media represent nations regions and ethic/social/collective groups of people?  How/and Jonathan Ross shows…  Web 2.0 and the melting of the line between producers and audiences – the age of YouTube and post-modern ‘mash up’ culture and blogs and the ‘anti-journalists’ who work outside the system and/men and women actually behave, but that they are a good representation of the way we think they behave. Print advertisements,/


Human Geography of Europe: Diversity, Conflict, Union Over the millennia, Europe’s diverse landscape, waterways, and climate have hosted great civilizations,

Independence? Mixed feelings about European Union and euro— common currency Image Cultural Similarities and Modern Art Increasing Diversity Nordic nations usually have only one ethnic group -U.K. (London) more diverse SECTION 3 NEXT Modern Culture and Literature Great Britain, Ireland, Nordic countries/ of the chapter presentation of lecture notes. Click the HOME or EXIT button. Print Text Print Slide Show 1. On the File menu, select Print 2. In the pop-up menu, select Microsoft PowerPoint If the dialog box/


SOC 102 – BECOMING MODERN: The Social Origins & Consequences of Modernity Dr. Manuel Vallée University of Auckland Semester

? Renaissance Humanism: (Petrarch: 1304 – 1374) Renaissance Humanism: WHAT WAS THE TIMELINE OF RENAISSANCE HUMANISM? WHAT WERE THE CULTURAL CONSEQUENCES OF RENAISSANCE HUMANISM? WHO BENEFITED FROM THE SPREAD OF RENAISSANCE HUMANISM? WHO DID NOT BENEFIT? WHAT IS THE CONNECTION BETWEEN RENAISSANCE HUMANISM AND MODERNITY? Main Elements of Modernity 1)Secularism 2)Shift from superstitious thinking to logic & reason 3)The rise of individualism 4)Democracy/


SOC 102 – BECOMING MODERN: The Social Origins & Consequences of Modernity Dr. Manuel Vallée University of Auckland Semester

rhetorical tools to communicate effectively to society. WHAT WAS THE TIMELINE OF RENAISSANCE HUMANISM? WHAT WERE THE CULTURAL CONSEQUENCES OF RENAISSANCE HUMANISM? WHO BENEFITED FROM THE SPREAD OF RENAISSANCE HUMANISM? WHO DID NOT BENEFIT? WHAT IS THE CONNECTION BETWEEN RENAISSANCE HUMANISM AND MODERNITY? Main Elements of Modernity 1)Secularism 2)Shift from superstitious thinking to logic & reason 3)The rise of individualism 4)Democracy/


WEGL 3202 VALUES ETHICS AND INTEGRITY IN GOVERNANCE BY: GITAU G.K. BY GITAU G.K. FOR JKUAT WESTLANDS,

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in our society who are obsessed with being rich and wealthy, And also wanting the latest technology. Her main focus is the MODERN WORLD. This is shown through prints of satellites, skyscrapers, power lines, the wheel (start of technology) , roads and buildings, aeroplanes, machines and power plugs. Individually these symbols represents a piece of technology whether in the modern world or what has been forgotten or developed from the/


Communication Science 3 international communication

that can contribute to strengthening liberal democratic culture, through its ‘modernity’ its promotes gender equality and freedom. Alternative Globalization The growing Western cultural presence has also produced discontent in some countries (e.g. Islamic World; due to 9/11 – anti-American and anti-Islamic sentiments) – clash of civilisations/fundamentalisms ‘Westoxication’: the adoption and flaunting of superficial consumerist attributes of fads and commodities, originating in the USA. Non-Western/


FC.74 THE INVENTION OF THE PRINTING PRESS (c.1450) & ITS IMPACT Rise of towns & trade in W. Eur  Indirect contact with China (FC.64) Chinese rag paper.

texts  individuals challenge old theories & try to create an accurate world map (FC.81) Italians such as Petrarch & Dante revive Roman & Grk studies in 1300s Thriving urban culture in Northern Italy to support the Renaissance Relative freedom of expression in /(e.g., literature written in vernacular, not Latin) Printing press spreads Ren. ideas (FC.74) French invade Italy in 1494 (FC.79) FC.78A THE EVOLUTION OF MODERN THEATER Greek tragic drama and comedy (FC.23) Religious miracle plays to teach common /


The Role of Religion In Germany Past and Present Nicole Coleman-Rammer German I (ANDREA)

his vicious politics of anti-Semitism and in the various stages of World War II. All of these factors about Germany and its place in the modern world are worth noting as we contemplate /Print. Helmreich, Ernst Christian. The German Churches under Hitler: Background, Struggle, and Epilogue. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1979. Print. Heschel, Susannah. The Aryan Jesus: Christian Theologians and the Bible in Nazi Germany. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2008. Print. Hunt, Lynn. The Making of the West: Peoples and Cultures/


This module explores questions regarding the circulation of media, objects and technologies, the economic and political infrastructures and conditions.

and political infrastructures and conditions thereof, their inflection within everyday life worlds, and the ideological understandings of diverse forms and processes that turn them into one thing in one place and something different in another. It explores the ways in which images, sounds, objects, and more abstract forms of ‘information’ circulate and shape perception and experience. How do media form part and parcel of social movements and cultural and/Art and Modern /content of print, and print is the/


An Age of Exploration and Isolation

ideas. Both sides benefited from this early cultural exchange. Chinese scholars marveled at their ability to read better with European eyeglasses. Christian missionaries were impressed with many aspects of Chinese civilization, the printing and availability of books, and Chinese architecture. Closure Question #3: What did the Treaty of Tordesillas reveal about Europeans’ attitudes toward non-European lands and peoples? Dutch East India Company Powerful sea/


Recovery and Rebirth: The Age of the Renaissance

“Middle” Ages due to lack of classical culture Swiss historian/art critic Jacob Burckhardt created the modern concept in his book The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy Renaissance and the Italians Burckhardt called the Italians “the first born among the sons of modern Europe” “Birth place of the modern world” He exaggerated the era’s level of secularism and individualism There was still a strong commitment/


The Rise of Popular Arts in Pre-Modern Japan

this new merchant class developed a culture of its own, reflecting the fast pace of urban life in woodblock prints, short stories, novels, poetry, and plays. Overview Continued Ihara Saikaku /of the season in which the renga is set, or a reference to the natural world. In Japan Hokku usually combines two (or rarely, three) different phrases, with / as well, although they are not always included by modern writers of Japanese "free-form haiku" and of non-Japanese haiku. Japanese haiku are typically written /


CHAPTER : 7 PRINT CULTURE & THE MODERN WORLD

in Kesari. This led to his imprisonment in 1908, provoking in turn widespread protests all over India PRINT CULTURE AND MODERN WORLD CONSOLIDATION LIJIN GOLDEN Instances or Examples of Print forms- Newspaper, journals, magazines, Digital prints, pamphlets etc…….. Earliest print technology Developed- China, Japan, Korea CHINA/ JAPAN/ EUROPE CHINA : - Woodblock/ Hand printing - Calligraphy - Purpose of earlier book - Importance of Shanghai - 17- Diversification (New readership, Merchants, New forms of book/


Nationally Prestigious Scholarships & Fellowships: Navigating the Opportunities and Challenges for Scholarship and Fellowship Advising International Forum.

readers. Special Collections Oxfords museums and collections are world renowned and provide an important resource for scholars around the world. The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology houses the University’s extensive collections of art and antiquities. Established in 1683, it is the oldest museum in the UK and one of the oldest in the world. It also houses an exceptional collection of prints which can be viewed by/


The Renaissance Beginning of the Modern World. The World Before 1500 AD Major Trade Routes Silk Road – (China’s Pacific coast to Mediterranean Sea) Arabs.

about the world) What was it? Renaissance means “REBIRTH” in French Considered the birth of the modern world Revival of Classical knowledge, culture and art – Greek and Roman culture and art – Seen in artwork, literature, and philosophy of / Thomas More – Utopia (1516) The Printing Revolution A printing revolution took place when: In 1456, Johann Gutenberg printed the Bible using the first printing press and printing inks. Impact: Printed books were cheaper and easier to produce. With books more readily/


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Civilization is the making of a world by man. CREATING A MAN-MADE ORDER THE MAKING OF SIGN AND SPACE SIGN = Written word SPACE= architecture includes painting,

related designs Shrouds of silk from Muslim world Carpets & Pottery Even Pseudo-Kufic lettering as design Miniature painting’s stylized drawing, empirical perspective and flat colors. The modern visual culture was the outcome of influential art movements of/13 th century Dome of Heaven What Is Good/Bad Taste? Mediated communication Given: Mainstream, Manufactured, the make belief world, Print & electronic media, film, architecture, advertising, Fashion… You are what you have. Our life can change if we /


Scientists of the Scientific Revolution Clockwise from top: Kepler, Copernicus, Newton, Galileo, Descartes, and Ptolemy.

and understand the physical realm Therefore, the development of a scientific method was crucial to the evolution of science in the modern world Isaac Newton’s Synthesis of Bacon and/ and evangelist Lady Elizabeth Hope claimed she visited Darwin at his deathbed, and witnessed the renunciation. Her story was printed in a Boston newspaper and /of science –skepticism about religion –knowledge about cultures outside of Europe –the work of Newton and Locke. Path to Enlightenment Popularization of Science /


Human Geography of Southeast Asia, Oceania, and Antarctica: Migration and Conquest China and India influenced Southeast Asia, while Pacific islanders remained.

Modern communication links island groups, connects Oceania to world continued Island Life NEXT Section 3 Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica Both Australia and New Zealand were colonized by Europeans and/ Frame, Ngaio Marsh -filmmakers Jane Campion, Peter Jackson continued Distinctive Cultures Image Modern Life City and Country Both countries highly urbanized: 85% of people live in cities/. Click the HOME or EXIT button. Print Text Print Slide Show 1. On the File menu, select Print 2. In the pop-up menu, /


The English Bildungsroman Meaning and Characteristics.

and so, although our culture has changed drastically since the book was written, the insights into human nature which Bront ë gave us remain. However, Jane Eyre retains power and force even in a post-modern world, as shown by its continued popularity and the many TV and/"George Eliots novels draw heavily on Greek literature (only one of her books can be printed correctly without the use of a Greek typeface), and her themes are often influenced by Greek tragedy" Her frequent visits also allowed her to /


S.C.Vaughn, Ph.D. Rust College THE DYNAMICS OF CULTURAL UNITY AND DIVERSITY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA NEH INSTITUTE EAST-WEST CENTER Honolulu, Hawaii June 20-July.

Diaspora. 2. To develop an understanding of the relationship of the Diaspora to other cultures and to major historical, philosophical, artistic, and scientific developments in the world. historical, philosophical, artistic, and scientific developments in the world. 3. To stimulate and nurture an institutional intellectual culture that integrates methods of inquiry, thus establishing connections among disciplines and encouraging students to pursue knowledge thus establishing connections among disciplines/


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