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Fluxgate magnetometers are an essential tool for solar-terrestrial research and monitoring or forecasting space weather. They provide high precision measurements of the Earth’s magnetic fields and can be used to infer the currents that transport energy and momentum through the magnetosphere and...
This project favours transgender narratives and affects inspired by exteriority, folds, queer décor, assemblage, and the archive. These spatial models help the project displace models of gender that are grounded in the concepts of enclosure, privacy, and property. As a response to the enforced...
Nina Gorlanova and Natalia Smirnova are contemporary Siberian women writers. This dissertation examines four short works of fiction from the authors’ collections: Вся Пермь/All of Perm’ by Gorlanova and Женщины и сапожники /The Women and the Shoemakers by Smirnova. I examine their comparable...
Enhancing space modeling and mobile resources planning in construction operations through a simulation driven visualization frameworkDownload
Simulation modeling is a strong tool that has not been utilized to its expected potential in day to day construction industry activities. One of the reasons contributing to that is the inability of simulation models to depict changes in site space in an intuitive way. This research tries to...
This dissertation examines the impact of space, specifically domestic architecture, on the representation of female subjectivity in four eighteenth-century British domestic novels, Samuel Richardson’s Clarissa (1747–48), Frances Burney’s Cecilia (1782), Maria Edgeworth’s Belinda (1801), and Jane...
This article argues that if we paid attention to the local situation of a reader the way we attend to the life story of an author, we might gain a very different understanding of children’s literacy. It explores the literate approaches of a single child exploring a single theme—the settler...
The Technologies of MEAT
Following the 2012 capture of Luka Magnotta in Berlin, Thomas Bo Nilsson started to conceptualise his first major solo dramatic installation entitled MEAT. MEAT featured in the 2014 edition Berlin theatre festival Festival of International New Drama hosted by Schaubühne. The piece itself lasted...
At the end of the Lebanese war in 1990, the newly elected Prime Minister, Rafic Hariri, assigned the reconstruction of Downtown Beirut to his own private company Solidere. Solidere destroyed most of the remains of the old Downtown and replaced it with a new modern one. Focusing on Solidere‟s...