Judith Butler, Race and Education
Judith Butler, Race and Education By Charlotte Chadderton
English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 | 213 Pages | ISBN : 3319733648 | 2.35 MB

This book provides an analysis of race and education through the lens of the work of Judith Butler. Although Butler tends to be best known in the field of education for her work on gender and sexuality, her work more broadly encompasses the functioning of power and hegemonic norms and the formation of subjects, and thus can also be applied to analyse issues of race. Applying a Butlerian framework to race allows us to question its ontological status, while considering it a hegemonic norm and a performative notion which has a significant impact on real lives.
Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Systems
Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Systems: 9th International Symposium, ISICA 2017, Guangzhou, China, November 18-19, 2017, Revised Selected Papers, Part II by Kangshun Li
English | PDF | 2018 | 578 Pages | ISBN : 9811316503 | 38.73 MB

This two-volume set (CCIS 873 and CCIS 874) constitutes the thoroughly refereed proceedings of the 9th International Symposium, ISICA 2017, held in Guangzhou, China, in November 2017. The 101 full papers presented in both volumes were carefully reviewed and selected from 181 submissions. This second volume is organized in topical sections on swarm intelligence: cooperative Search, swarm optimization; complex systems modeling: system dynamic, multimedia simulation; intelligent information systems: information retrieval, e-commerce platforms; artificial intelligence and robotics: query optimization, intelligent engineering; virtualization: motion-based tracking, image recognition.
Contemporary Latin American Cinema: Resisting Neoliberalism?
Contemporary Latin American Cinema: Resisting Neoliberalism? by Claudia Sandberg
English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 | 284 Pages | ISBN : 3319770098 | 4.84 MB

Contemporary Latin American Cinema investigates the ways in which neoliberal measures of privatization, de-regularization and austerity introduced in Latin America during the 1990s have impacted film production and film narratives. The collection examines the relationship between economic policies and the films that depict recent transformations in many Latin American countries, demonstrating how contemporary Latin American film has not only criticized and resisted, but also benefitted from neoliberal advancements. Based on films produced in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and Peru since 2010, the fourteen case studies illustrate neoliberalism's effects, from big industries to small national cinemas. It also shows the new types of producers that have emerged, and the novel patterns of distribution, exhibition and consumption that shape and influence the Latin American filmscape. Through industry studies, reception analyses and close readings, this book establishes an informative and accessible text for scholars and students alike.
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