, genealogies, photographs, music, audios, and videos have been digitized. A vast mass of standard and highly structured metadata records have been generated at the same time. The research methods used by humanists have been fundamentally changed by relying on the construction of digital libraries. Digital libraries are constructed to scan, catalog, and organize library collection resources. The emphasis is on the digitized forms of resources, and the aims are to support document management with computers while providing reference service for readers at the same time. When
Prebreeding research on Malus domestica Borkh. specimens was conducted to broaden the genetic diversity of cross breeding components for faster creation of cultivars of adaptive and technological orientation. Genealogical analysis has practical value in the study of the apple trees gene pool for accelerated development of cultivars with desired properties. Genealogical analysis of 55 apple cultivars from the gene pool of branch of the Department of Horticulture of Kuban State Agrarian University - Krymsk Experimental breeding station (Krymsk), complex donors were selected by traits of immunity to scab and high quality of fruits - ‘Gold Rush’, ‘Pristine’, ‘Enterprise’. Cultivar ‘Golden Delicious’ was selected as a “hidden” donor by the trait of medium (autumn) ripening time.
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My article centres on the intricate intertwining of gender, sexuality, identity and writing in the first quarter of the 17th century, dealing with Aemilia Lanyer’s most famous work Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum (1611) a cornerstone in the construction of female readership, offering at the same time an example of a collaborative rather than competitive model for literary creation, advancing the plea for a female genealogy.
Angma D. Jhala
1 Introduction: Genealogy, Archive, Image
This compilation of essays addresses the ways in which history and tradition are
‘reinvented’ (Hobsbawm and Ranger, 1983) through text, memory and painting.
In particular, it focuses on the making of Jhala dynastic history in Jhalavad over a
millennium, from the eleventh century to the present day in northeastern Saurashtra, a
region of peninsular Gujarat in western India. Hindu Rajput kuls (clans), like the Jhalas,
have existed in India since the seventh century and in Saurashtra from the eighth
The main intention of this text is to show the interpretative track in the attempt to find the genealogy of expert appraisal. The main thesis expresses Zygmunt Bauman’s view of mutual connection between the weak and light status of identity in consumer culture and the tendency to create cultural practices in order to overcome that weakness, and to strengthen and confirm that status of identity. On the one hand, the main feature of consumer culture and our freedom expressed by consumption determines our identities and is the main reason for „corrosion of identity” (R. Sennett), but on the other hand it demands and generates the necessity of cultural institutions that guarantee its confirmation. Hence, we may find the reason for the so-called „counselling boom” and expansion of expert appraisal in our risk society. The presented text also shows the cultural background for cultural practices in the risk society and consists of the attempt to grasp social instant pedagogies. This phenomenon is analysed here by the role of advertisements and psychological guides as the main cultural practices of instant pedagogy. My intention seeks to bring to account often hidden and obvious practices, and to highlight in a critical manner the tendencies in our social milieu and in the face of „the unbearable lightness of consumption”.
Since 2005, a unique project has been under way, which aims to collect all possible descendants of the parliamentary élite of the 18th-century Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth (Rzeczpospolita). The project resulted in creating an online database called The Genealogy of Descendants of the Great Sejm, which provides a unique source of information about the genealogical structure of people descending from the 18th-century noble élite of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. Drawing on these data, this paper aims to open up new lines of inquiry on the dynamics of homogamy of the Polish nobility by analyzing longer trends of several (e.g. five, eight, or even more) generations of nobles (or nobles’ descendants) in Poland over the last two centuries.
Genealogy of Tabot Ceremony at West Coast of
Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Andalas, Padang, Indonesia
Genealogy is different from traditional history, like the analysis. The traditional history
includes both major and linear events as well as celebrate such phenomena and its characters.
Genealogy goes the other way around by throwing away the spectacular one for the minor
phenomena neglected and all phenomena he history denied. Genealogy focuses on local
knowledge, trivial matters