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The strange case of the Turkish and Venetian judges in eighteenth-century Mani wall paintings
Investigating church wall paintings in Mani, Greece, the author identified a common theme of the Ainoi, the graphic interpretation of Psalms 148-150. Within this scheme there is often a specific depiction of the 'Judges ...
‘Landscape versus Science and the Law: The Box of Delights (BBC, 1984)’
Landscape gardens in television fiction are rarely discussed, yet they have often played significant aesthetic roles, in some cases constituting figures of narrative design. This paper will discuss The Box of Delights (BBC, ...
'Dyschronia in Nigel Kneale’s The Stone Tape'
The Stone Tape (BBC, 1972) concerns a group of scientists who have assembled in a country house, in order to devise new recording technologies. After their programmer Jill seems to have experienced a ghost, the team discovers ...
The i-map : a process-centered response to plagiarism
In recent years there has been a marked change in our cultural relationship with information which has implications for our teaching and learning practices. Current concerns about the identification of, and responses to, ...
Alphabet & Image
Time to re-wire Problems and strategies for the maintenance of live electronics
While much work is proceeding with regard to the preservation and restoration of audio documents in general and compositions for tape in particular, relatively little research has been published with regard to the issues ...
For over half a century, Herbert Matter pioneered a form of graphic photography that transcended the narrow limitations of what had been deemed possible in the medium’s short history. Continually challenging the literal ...