Vol 1, No 2 (2014)

Worlds out of Words: Language in History

The second issue of MD aims to explore the history that is born by the words that humans continue to speak into the spaces that connect them.  The issue looks at language as a prism through which our collective histories manifest themselves; as the power to historicize the reality, which we, as humans, possess.

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The Power of Death: Hierarchy in the Representation of Death in Pre- and Post-Conquest Aztec Codices Abstract PDF
Tanya Corissa Ball
“We Are Text”: Reading, Dwelling and Narrative Identity in Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient and Divisadero Abstract PDF
Thomas Stephan Christianson
“I Long For My Mother’s Bread”: Poetry as Integrative, Historical Practice in the Palestinian Context Abstract PDF
Aaron Frederick Eldridge
Discovering Non-Self-Translation via E.M.Cioran Abstract PDF
Alexandra Popescu


Appropriating Indigenous Scientific Knowledge: Andrés I. Prieto. Missionary Scientist: Jesuit Science in Spanish South America, 1570-1810. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 2011 PDF
Tanya Corissa Ball, Jamie Kadoglou

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