nomadism


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nomadism

(nō′măd-ĭzm) [Gr. nomas, roaming about]
Having a constantly migratory lifestyle, as is practiced by some animals and humans.
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After some hesitation, Nil generously agreed to show this masterpiece, and from there, we decided to turn the selection of the pieces towards the issues of nomadism and exile, including nine collages of 'Topak Ev'; the piece 'Orient Express' and a new production," he explained.
Examining Modernist writers' voyages across the continents and acknowledging their quests on how movement, nomadism and migration should be articulated in their work extends an invitation to construct a more nuanced understanding of the Modernist experience itself.
One gains a sense for the depth of the authors' research by consulting its excellent, up-to-date bibliography, which reflects scholarship in several languages and which contains the essential readings on nomadism and pastoralism.
Likewise, although nomadism occurs among AN-speakers elsewhere, it is rare.
Keywords: nomadism, subjectivity, mobility, temporality, postindustrial society
Uppbord, utarmning, utveckling: det samiska fangstsamhallets overgang till rennomadism i Lule lappmark [Tax collection, impoverishment and development: The Sami hunters' society transition to reindeer nomadism in Lule Sami district].
Some foreign aid has lifted families from nomadism and poverty.
Topics of commercialism, starchitecture, nomadism, collective intelligence will be explored in the scholarly works of writer Stewart Brand, mathematician Nikos Salingaros, Dr.
The meeting was very fruitful and concentrated on the different "TRANS" categories mentioned in the title, which turned out essential for COST Action WWIH participants at this stage of their research: they provide a critique of binary oppositions and take into account the migration, mobility, different forms of nomadism which are characteristic for women's writing in different European literatures.
Some of the older people shown here, may well have remembered that nomadism, in 1920s Czechoslovakian law, could only be allowed if families had gained police permission to stay in a town environment.
1) between images of mainland Florida's ersatz world of cheesy Indian casinos, pastel, ocean-themed nursing homes, mall-culture nomadism, and the all-too harrowing story of Ava's descent into the heart of paludal darkness.