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So What! | Γυναικεία-Ανδρικά Δερμάτινα Σανδάλια & Αξεσουάρ σε χαμηλές τιμές
Εξαιρετικής ποιότητας δερμάτινα γυνακεία και ανδρικά σανδάλια, αξεσουάρ και παπούτσια σε χαμηλές τιμές στο online κατάστημα μας.
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1 hour ago by asaltydog
Stavros Melissinos, The Poet Sandalmaker of Athens
Σταύρος Μελισσινός, ο ποιητής σανδαλοποιός της Αθήνας, Melissinos Sandals
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The Middle East has seen the expansion of empires and the rise of world religions. via Pocket
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7 days ago by kintopp
The Difference between Soul and Spirit – Jessica Davidson
Rare post on body, soul, spirit and their interrelationships. History and touches of wry humor, too
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7 days ago by csrollyson
enormously mixed feelings about all of this - didn't vote for it, don't want it, also couldn't stand the second ref campaign and have an odd hope at the prospect politics can be something else now other than nationalism, procedure and trade blocs, aware i
enormously mixed feelings about all of this - didn't vote for it, don't want it, also couldn't stand the second ref campaign and have an odd hope at the prospect politics can be something else now other than nationalism, procedure and trade blocs, aware it probably won't be
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16 days ago by petej
Black Classicisms in the Visual Arts
In addition to presenting the latest research on Greco-Roman antiquity and the ancient Mediterranean, attendees at the SCS annual meeting have increasingly had the opportunity to discuss other important issues such as the history of Classics as a field; systemic concerns and directions for the future; and ways to make the field more accessible to people from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. The SCS has recently also incorporated into the annual meeting lectures by influential artists and writers whose work draws on, adapts, and interprets ancient Greek and Roman texts for the broad public. Luis Alfaro, the Chicano playwright and performance artist, spoke about his adaptations of Greek tragedy during the 2019 annual meeting in San Diego, while this year in Washington, D.C., Madeline Miller, writer of best-selling novels Circe (2018) and Song of Achilles (2012), discussed imaginative takes on Homer’s epics. Their contributions to the field indicate the value in seeking out conversations with those who engage with the Greek and Roman worlds outside the Classics classroom.
Eos, an affiliated group of the SCS that focuses on Africana receptions of the Classics, joined in this year’s effort to bring contemporary artists into conversation with the Classics community at the SCS 2020 meeting. This year Eos organized a panel and put together an art exhibition on “Black Classicisms in the Visual Arts.” Their aim was “to trace and interpret visual responses to classical materials among people of African descent and relate them to the typically more text-based study of Black Classicisms.” With support from the SCS and Onassis Foundation USA, Eos arranged that the panel be held not at the conference hotel, but at “Busboys and Poets,” a local events space a few blocks away named in honor of Langston Hughes and known for its social activism and as a gathering place for political and cultural conversations. Six scholars presented papers on various works of visual art, from movies to paintings and sculptures, while Shelley Haley, the SCS President-Elect for 2021 and the Edward North Chair of Classics and Professor of Africana Studies at Hamilton College, gave an introduction and response to the papers.
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