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In ancient Egypt, words had magical power. Inscribed on tombs and temple walls, coffins and statues, or inked onto papyri, hieroglyphs give us a unique insight into the life of the Egyptian mind. For this remarkable new collection, Egyptologist Toby Wilkinson has freshly translated a rich and diverse range of ancient Egyptian writings into modern English, including tales of shipwreck and wonder, first-hand accounts of battles and natural disasters, obelisk inscriptions, mortuary spells, funeral hymns, songs, satires and advice on life from a pharaoh to his son. Spanning over two millennia, with many pieces appearing in a general anthology for...
Hack-polay, Dieu; Siwale, Juliana
This book sets the context of diaspora direct investment (DDI) and establishes a preliminary identification of the actors. The book provides theoretical perspectives on the African diaspora and the concepts of diaspora direct investment and remittances as well as an overview of the African political economy within which the DDI takes place. This poses the questions that are answered in the book, i.e. the question about the socio-economic and cultural rationale for DDI and its possible development impact.
French, Duncan; Kotze, Louis
Building on the previously established Millennium Development Goals, which ran from 2000-2015, the 2015 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide the UN with a roadmap for development until 2030. This topical book explores the associated legal and normative implications of these SDGs, which in themselves are not legally binding. The 17 goals and 169 targets of the SDGs cover areas as crucial as poverty reduction, climate change, clean water and access to justice. Combining both thematic and goal-specific analysis, expert contributors establish the relevance not just of international law, but also of a broader range of normative frameworks including constitutional norms,...
Khârn the Betrayer, Chosen of Khorne, is a force unchained and unbowed. Leading a band of ferocious berzerkers, Khârn follows the Red Path, bringing battle and bloodshed to all who stand in his way. As Abaddon the Despoiler's Thirteenth Black Crusade grips the galaxy, the Warmaster seeks to yoke Khârn's strength and barbarity for his own ends, but it soon becomes clear that the Champion of the Blood God will not kneel easily. In his defiance, Khârn takes a bloody path that will lead him into conflict not only with the Imperium but also the Black Legion - and none...
Following a ferocious battle against Nurgle’s hordes, Lieutenant Quiller and the crew of Titans’ Bane are trapped inside the stricken Shadowsword. With her Cadian unit half-depleted, Quiller is forced to rely upon Paragonian and Mordian replacements. Vicious infighting within the tank soon becomes as dangerous as the enemy outside. In order to survive, Quiller knows she must remind her men that loyalty, camaraderie and self-sacrifice in the name of the Emperor transcends all planetary customs and patriotism.
After a disastrous mission leaves their ranks decimated, Sergeant Zachariah must rapidly train a fresh batch of recruits to restore the 158th Elysian. The regime is harsh, lethal, and only the best will survive to become full-fledged drop troopers. But when a savage feud with a high-ranking officer threatens the 158th and Zachariah and a handful of men barely out of training are sent on a deadly reconnaissance mission, he begins to wonder if his life might also be in jeopardy.
The Elysian Drop Troops are famed throughout the Astra Militarum for their rapid deployment tactics, utter fearlessness and expertise at grav-chute assaults. The 158th Elysian are once such regiment, ordered to pacify piratical warbands at large in their native system. But as the campaign commences, disaster strikes, the regiment's inexperienced and arrogant captain the cause. Only through the ingenuity of Sergeant Zachariah is a victory salvaged, but at a terrible cost.
Smith, Mark F.
Golf is perhaps the most complicated simple game ever invented. Watching the professionals gives you only a glimpse of the complexity of what is happening, with each shot involving biomechanics, aerodynamics, ballistics, materials science, probability, even meteorology. Golf Science takes a timely new look at the game by investigating the scientific wonders that transfer the ball from tee to hole. Each chapter investigates a different area of the game and is organized around a series of Q&As. What is the optimum length for a driver? How does backspin work? The answers and the data are presented through illuminating info-graphics. The...
Lankoski, Petri; Holopainen, Jussi
Design research is an active academic field covering disciplines such as architecture, graphic, product, service, interaction, and systems design. Design research aims to understand not only the designed end products but also how design as an activity unfolds. The book demonstrates different approaches to design research in game design research.
Tullett, Barrie; Wood, Philippa; Marinetti, Filippo Tommaso; Werkman, Hendrik Nicolaas; Cage, John; Ting, Walasse; Bui, Antonius; McDonough, Dylan; Hagner, Dirk; Crawford, Allen; Bunsas, Bianca; Inclusus, Herman; Antônio, Pedro; Anhorn, Gabriel; Lehrer, Warren; Picabia, Francis; Lionni, Leo; Massin, Robert; Kalman, Maira; Leach, Molly; Sharpe, Stuart; Hannah, Jonny; Hingston, Tom; Blegvad, Peter; Swainson, Andrew; King, Patrick; Scher, Paula; Soleri, Paulo; Drucker, Johanna; Eckersley, Richard; Hendrix, John; Seiffert, Isabel; Fosberg, Lora; Rosenwald, Laurie; Passafiume, John; Reeve, Nick; Cohen, Natali; Vought, Annie; Summerford, Jack; Munday, Oliver; Sewell, Carolyn; Sayer, Alida; Spanier, Ariane; Rea, Brian; Patrick, Daniel; Goodman, Timothy; Eckersley, Rogers; Zlatkov, Kiril; Winston, Sam; Sena, Damián; Mazali Pilar, Hermes; Bergez, González; Depero, Fortunato; Kent, Corita; Bantjes, Marian; Costa, Cyla; Morcos, Wael; Heath, Ebon; Butler, Angie; Diesel, Chank; Ulku, Anne; Bagdonas, Brian Scott; Clarke, Jamie; Permenter, Jason; Munari, Bruno; Cumptich, Roberto de Vicq de; MacDonald, Ross; Glaser, Milton; Glaser, Shirley
Type Tells Tales focuses on typography that is integral to the message or story it is expressing. This is type that speaks – that is literally the voice of the narrator. And the narrator is the typographer. This can be quite literal, for example when letters come from the mouth of a person or thing, as in a comics balloon. It can be hand lettering, drawn with its own distinctive peculiarities that convey personality and mood. Precedents for contemporary work might be in Apollinaire’s calligram ‘Il pleut’ or Kurt Schwitters’ children’s picture book The Scarecrow, or in Concrete Poetry, Futurist...
Bean, Victoria; McCabe, Chris; Goldsmith, Kenneth; Tullett, Barrie; Abel, Jordan; Acconci, Vito; aND, mIEKAL; Auerbach, Tauba; Banner, Fiona; Barraclough, Simon; Basinski, Michael; Baum, Erica; Beaulieu, Derek; Bellingham, David; Bervin, Jen; Bergvall, Caroline; Bjørgås Jordheim, Cecilie; Blonk, Jaap; Bory, Jean-François; Bök, Christian; Bonney, Sean; Büchler, Pavel; de Campos, Augusto; Capone, Francesca; Carvalho, Antonio Claudio; Çetinkol, Baris; Chopin, Henri; Paula, Claire; Clark, Thomas A.; Cobbing, Bob; Comitta, Tom; Copithorne, Judith; Cutts, Simon; Czech, Natalie; Dahlquist, Bob; Depew, Wally; Drucker, Johanna; Ferguson, Jesse Patrick; Finch, Peter; Finlay, Alec; DiPalma, Ray; Finlay, Ian Hamilton; Foster, Rachel E.; Fowler, S. J.; Furnival, John; Gallo, Philip; Garnier, Ilse; Garnier, Pierre; Giorno, John; Giovenale, Marco; Gomringer, Eugen; Goussey, Roel; Helmes, Scott; Herxheimer, Sophie; Hoff, James; Holmqvist, Karl; Holzer, Jenny; Howe, Susan; Huth, Geof; Işın, Serkan; Jenks, Tom; Johnstone, Julie; Katz, Leandro; Kelly, Sarah; King, Ronald; Kinsella, John; Knotek, Anatol; Knowles, Christopher; Koppány, Márton; Kostelanetz, Richard; Lehan, Daniel; Lewis, Ruark; Lewty, Simon; Lijn, Liliane; Lopez, Tony; Webb, John S.; Donato, Mancini; Martinez de las Rivas, Toby; Mayer, Hansjörg; McCaffery, Steve; Mcpherson-eckhoff, Kevin; Melville, Nick-e; Miller, David; Mills, Stuart; Mon, Franz; Montgomery, Robert; Morgan, Edwin; Morin, Gustav; Myers, Rick; Padin, Clemente; Phillips, Tom; Pignatari, Décio; Piringer, Jörg; Rinne, Cia; Sackett, Colin; Saroyan, Aram; Skelton, Richard; Sutherland, W. Mark; Thomas, Greg; Thurston, Nick; Tompkins, Sue; Topel, Andrew; Touchon, Cecil; Vallias, André; Vassilakis, Nico; Waeckerlé, Emmanuelle; Winston, Sam; Evans, Cerith Wyn; Yılmaz, Ercan y; Zboya, Eric
The New Concrete is a long-overdue survey of the rise of concrete poetry in the digital age. The accessibility of digital text and image manipulation, modern print techniques and the rise of self-publishing have invigorated a movement that first emerged in an explosion of literary creativity during the 1950s and 1960s. This new volume is a highly illustrated overview of contemporary artists and poets working at the intersection of visual art and literature, producing some of the most engaging and challenging work in either medium. Featuring an introductory essay by renowned American poet Kenneth Goldsmith and edited by celebrated poets Victoria...
From Herodotus's day to the present political upheavals, the steady flow of the Nile has been Egypt's heartbeat. It has shaped its geography, controlled its economy and moulded its civilisation. The same stretch of water which conveyed Pharaonic battleships, Ptolemaic grain ships, Roman troop-carriers and Victorian steamers today carries modern-day tourists past bankside settlements in which rural life – fishing, farming, flooding – continues much as it has for millennia. At this most critical juncture in the country's history, foremost Egyptologist Toby Wilkinson takes us on a journey up the Nile, north from Lake Victoria, from Cataract to Cataract, past...
Barros D'Sa, Angelina; Bone, Lizzie; Clarricoates, Rhiannon; Dowding, Helen
As artists have increasingly utilised materials and techniques, conservators have been presented with a host of new and complex problems that need to be addressed. In response to this, the Institute of Conservation's Paintings Group decided that this would be an appropriate theme for a conference that could provide a platform for contributors to disseminate their research on a number of topics relating to the conservation of contemporary artworks. In addition, a call was put out for contributors who might be developing new and innovative techniques and materials to address conservation problems, or who might be utilising well-known materials, already...
Clarricoates, Rhiannon; Dowding, Helen; Gent, Alexandra
The papers in this volume were presented at the Icon Paintings Group conference Appearance and reality: Examining Colour Change in Paintings which attempted to present an overview of the current state of research related to colour change in paintings, ranging from Old Masters to modern art. The contributors addressed not only analytical investigation into changes in painting materials, but also methods of assessing colour change, lighting paintings, alternative methods of display, and different approaches to the restoration of paintings whose colours and tonality have shifted.
Bretherton, Roger; Collicutt, Joanna; Brickman, Jennifer
"A timely book for busy people... offers biblical hope and spiritual health to those who find themselves seeking greater stillness amidst the hysteria of contemporary life."--Pete Grieg (12/28/2016) "A real gift, combining theology and psychology to show how a distinctively Christian mindfulness can help us become better disciples of Jesus Christ."--The Right Revd Dr Graham Tomlin (12/28/2016) "You will not find a more thorough analysis of the many issues that this subject brings up."--Dr Kate Middleton (12/28/2016)
Long, Debra; Hudson, Ben; Murray, Rachel; Steinerte, Elina; Gammage, Clair
This manual seeks to support the global efforts to prevent and eradicate torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment (other ill-treatment). It is the second edition of Amnesty International’s Combating torture: A manual for action, first published in 2003. It updates the first edition by including recent developments in international law such as new treaties, standards, jurisprudence, findings and observations of human rights bodies, and expert opinions. It is designed to be a practical guide to international and regional standards that prohibit and seek to prevent torture and other ill-treatment worldwide. The manual provides advice on the implementation of these standards, drawing upon the ideas,...
Wilkinson, Toby; Platt, Julian
A collection of letters in a small painted box passed down through three generations of a London family is the starting point for a vivid account of a three-month journey up and down the Nile in a bygone age. The letters, like a time capsule, bring to life a lost world of Edwardian travel and social mores, of Egypt on the brink of the modern age, of the great figures of Egyptology, of aristocrats and archaeologists. In 1907/08 Ferdinand Platt (known to his family as Ferdy) traveled to Egypt as personal physician to the ailing 8th Duke of Devonshire-one of...
Culley, Amy; Fitzer, Anna M.
This edited volume is the first to reflect on the theory and practice of editing women’s writing of the eighteenth century. The list of contributors includes experts on the fiction, drama, poetry, life writing, diaries and correspondence of familiar and lesser-known women, including Frances Burney, Delarivier Manley and Eliza Haywood. Contributions examine the demands of editing female authors more familiar to a wider readership such as Elizabeth Montagu, Mary Robinson and Helen Maria Williams, as well as the challenges and opportunities presented by the recovery of authors such as Sarah Green, Charlotte Bury and Alicia LeFanu. The interpretative possibilities of...
The prevailing tendency in much recent Nietzsche scholarship has been to attempt to show that Nietzsche’s philosophy intersects with the concerns of mainstream Anglophone philosophy. While Nietzsche does have views on normative and meta-ethical questions, on free will and the nature of the self, his interest in these matters is not—at least not primarily—systematic. For example, his fundamental objection to traditional morality was not that it is based on putatively false presuppositions (“it is not error qua error that horrifies me at this sight” [EH, IV, 7]), but rather that as an expression of the “ascetic ideal” it is involved...
de Alwis Pitts, Dilkushi; De Vecchi, Daniele; Harb, Mostapha; So, Emily; Dell'Acqua, Fabio
The aim of this deliverable is to provide an overview of the state of the art in change detection techniques and a critique of what could be programmed to derive SENSUM products. It is the product of the collaboration between UCAM and EUCENTRE. The document includes as a necessary requirement a discussion about a proposed technique for co-registration. Since change detection techniques require an assessment of a series of images and the basic process involves comparing and contrasting the similarities and differences to essentially spot changes, co-registration is the first step. This ensures that the user is comparing like for...