Following recent shifts of focus in labour history from the individual to the larger social entities in which individuals are embedded, the household is studied both as a locus of decision-making and as a social safety net which filters the socio-economic impact of crises.
Participants Location and time: Room 12 Metsätalo building, 22 August 9.00-12.30 SESSION 82 The Question of the First EEC/EC Enlargement and the Other European Countries' Response, 1961-1973 Organisers Tapani Paavonen, Dr., University of Turku, Finland Hans Otto Frøland, Assoc.
This article investigates deep conceptual affinities between diaries and cinema by reading Philippe Lejeune’s minimal definition of the diary as a “series of dated traces” against theories of film.
I propose to regard written testimonial traces and filmic documentary traces as indexes of different modes and complementary semiotic orders.
Thankfully, Madelyn is expected to make a full recovery. The Shriners Hospital is the reason for the Madelyn's recovery and they would like your help in giving back.This view will shed light on borrowings and exchanges between filmic documents and personal testimonies, and account for the invigorating role of the diary as a genre of personal and medial explorations.SESSION 81 Household Strategies in Twentieth-Century Eastern Europe: Coping with Demographic and Economic Shock Organisers S. Afontsev, Dr., Institute for World Economy and International Relations, Russia G. Kessler, Dr., International Institute of Social History, The Netherlands Address G. Kessler International Institute of Social History Cruquiusweg 31 1019 AT, Amsterdam, The Netherlands tel.: 31 20 6685866 fax: 31 20 6654181 e-mail: [email protected] For many of the countries of the part of the European Continent usually designated as Eastern Europe the twentieth century was a century marked by recurrent periods of severe material deprivation and demographic crises."We ask the Creator to watch over [Tanya's family] and protect them," Bernard said."And to help them grieve in a good way." Jason held an abalone shell in his palm to which he intermittently pressed his cigarette lighter, keeping a handful of sweetgrass smouldering.