Centro de Estudios Cervantinos, This textbase offers the complete works of Miguel de Cervantes, including Don Quijote, and is fully searchable. The CD-ROM also contains a biography, a detailed bibliography of critical references, woodcuts and works of art. Contains 12 databases for research of Nicaragua and Central America, including indexes to Nicaraguan newspapers Barricada, La Prensa, and El Nuevo Diario , covering ; an index of 70 regional magazines; and catalogs of books, documents, and serials in the CRIES collections. Vida y Obra de Pablo Neruda. Includes a synonym antonym dictionary, Spanish-English, English-Spanish dictionaries and a dictionary of doubts and problematic items with the Spanish language.
Grammatical and geographic appendices are also included. Electronic Texts and Concordances. Prepared by Ivy A. Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, The corpus includes all extant exemplars of the Comedia C and Tragicomedia in Castilian through Prepared by John Nitti and Lloyd Kasten. The collection includes searchable and browsable texts as well as indexes and concordances for individual works and the corpus as a whole.
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A multimedia exploration of a century of Spanish film containing video clips, music, movie posters and photographs. Includes technical and artistic data, synopses, historical analysis and the biofilmography of actors, directors, producers, directors of photography, etc. Within each decade, the work offers a series of topical presentations. The CD-ROM includes a wide range of social, demographic, and economic statistics, most covering the late 19th and 20th centuries; presented in tabular and graphic formats, with an introduction which traces the historical development of each field, including some data from the colonial period.
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Introduction to Mayan culture through representations of artistic media such as pottery, jewelry, sculpture, and music. Presentation of films by Eleanor Antin: The Little Match Girl Ballet , Her pseudo- auto-biographical confabulations find themselves mirrored on the level of production: For Antin, the terms of history and fiction mutually strengthen one another, to the point of banding together against the entrenched traditions of narrative and archival objectivity.
Mara Dobresco , piano Julien Le Pape , piano. In partnership with Orpheus Instituut, Ghent. The beauty that emerges from the doubling up of the same instrument, in particular for compositions for two pianos, is created by combining sounds or different melodic lines, or by not synchronising them when playing. In both of Morton Feldman's pieces, performers are free to decide how long individual sounds last, how they fade-out and how they are coordinated.
While in the first of the three pieces by Ligeti — Monument — the main interest is that of intensities differentiation, in the second piece — Autoportrait avec Reich et Riley et Chopin y est aussi — the composer develops the technique of "piano keys blocking". Finally, the last movement — Bewegung — is constructed on ascendant or descending lines from which some notes appear like remanent images.
The concert ends with virtuoso composition of Tiziano Manca who explores sounds creation through the musicians' physiology. This work, a page intensely annotated reader that considers the idea of revolution very broadly-- cosmologically and aesthetically as well as politically-- arose naturally from an enduring friendship. Like friendship, the work aligns itself with the appetites, opacities and communal pleasures of the living body.
We will discuss the habits and choices that led to making and circulating the book, as well as the useful tools we found along the way for opening and sharing space with others. Subjects will include large tables, bible paper, Google docs, double-dipping, swimming holes, various cheeses, reading, listening, marginal annotations, picnic blankets, train travel, and related topographies. The question of art was asked in two metropolises, at both ends of Europe. He was asking to whom art was intended. While the controversy that opposed the two writers — the evangelical novelist and the atheist poet — is quite old, it illuminates the current situation.
The question of art asked in terms of who it is aimed at relates to the definition of modern audiences and of any community formed in the public sphere. In she creates a duet with Belgian actor and artist Hendrik Willekens! Idioter — the title refers to the search for something we cannot even name — unfolds on individual as well as intimately intertwined levels. Together they compose music with a sampler and a drum machine.
The presentation emerges as a live concert performance that each time starts from scratch. Idioter is an audio-visual adventure, a bold collage of movement, sound, and image. Mankind derives its exclamatory title from a quote by Leonardo da Vinci arguing that the very sight of the horrors of war is capable of awakening and renewing the human conscience. Unflinchingly organising the archival footage which comprises the film, Gianikian and Ricci Lucchi create two broad categories — of displaced, sick, orphaned and malnourished children and of severely disfigured veterans.
Forcing the audience to systematically confront, all at once, the ravages of war, the seemingly unruffled gaze of the camera, and the filmmakers' own tolerance for the images, forms a devastating and almost numbing meditation on man's will to destruction. A sharp retort to complacent spectatorship, Oh! UOMO is also a bold testament to the power of the moving image to awaken the viewer and to objectify the camera's subject.
Rather than a normal 13 by 18 plate camera fixed on the upper wing for topographic footage, a 35 mm mobile camera was used to film the underlying territory from various angles. We do not know to which side the plane belongs. In the footage it is never seen in its entirety, just minute details, more precisely the lower left extremity of the right wing. The two outer vertical posts connecting the wings bear a resemblance to those of the Brandenburg CI. We do not know if the plane was armed, but we suppose so.
The Brandenburg was commonly called Albatros; at least one was captured intact by the Italians and was used for military purposes. The pictures show complex aerial geography, formed of different elements. Two boats of Caligula's lie at the bottom of Lake Nemi. In order to recover them, the lake is drained. Mussolini is behind the undertaking. On 20th October he presses a lever to initiate the draining of the lake.
By the following summer the first boat is completely uncovered after the level of the lake has been lowered by 20 metres. The boat is 64 metres long and 20 metres wide. Over the next few years the second boat comes to the surface. A diviner with a pendulum unsuccessfully looks for the third of Caligula's boats in the mud. Changes in the public image of Mussolini who comes back to Nemi on 21 April, He inaugurates the museum where the two boats have been housed. From the crowd he receives the ritual gifts that are reminiscent of the ancient legend of lake Nemi.
The Myth of Diana. Turner on his travels in Italy in Frazer describes the myth and the legend. Ludwig Wittgenstein dedicates a book to Frazer's work: Lake Nemi is Diana's mirror.
Those wishing to follow code examples should additionally have Python and an editor available. Mirador User Interface Demonstration. Open Annotation Data Model. In this event we will explore dokieli 's core principles, architectural and design patterns through demonstrations and discussions. Its sociotechnical design decisions will be justified based on freedom of expression, decentralisation, interoperability, and access.
The demonstrations will look into use cases involving authoring articles, annotations, and social interactions in a decentralised manner. This workshop is for the brave ones ; that want to get a feel of just how far existing native Web technologies and recommendations — Linked Data, read-write Web, WebID, Web Annotations , Linked Data Notifications — can go and help researchers, librarians, annotators, and developers.
General familiarity with the conference's topics and aims is expected, but no previous expertise is required. Attendees may want to bring laptops. This work has gently challenged myths of data completeness and accuracy, and even helped data creators see their own collection data in a new light.
- Gardening Jobs for Beginners.
- The Engagement Manifesto: a systemic approach to organisational success?
- CD-Rom Resources.
- Cervantes : Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America. Volume XXI, Number 1, Spring 2001.
- The Maltese.
In the perspective of data interoperability between those datasets, the DOREMUS project has also produced controlled vocabularies describing keys, modes, derivations, musical genres, medium of performances by re-using existing resources e. IAML vocabularies, Rameau , or creating new ones. We will present the results of DOREMUS project, including the ontology, the controlled vocabularies, the tools for data conversion and interlinking and examples of reuse of those results in a music recommendation system. A member of the Mellon-funded Linked Data for Production LD4P initiative, LD4P at Princeton is participating in defining linked data ontologies specifically for the description of special collections materials.
It uses a hand-selected set of items from the Library of Jacques Derrida — all of which bear inscriptions by persons who gifted the books to Derrida or his household — to investigate tools, workflows, and data models that will make the creation of linked descriptive data for annotated material viable in a production environment. The presentation will give an overview of the workflows and tools the group has developed, demonstrate the current data model, and discuss our current thinking on implementation issues such as front- and back-end interfaces, API's and the curation of external data sources, and lessons learned along the way.
With support from the Andrew W. We began by transforming legacy metadata into RDF, using schema. Links to further context are provided for person entities playwrights, composers, actors, directors , venues theaters , works plays , and performances. To do so, Europeana has progressively adopted the principles of Linked Data for representing, aggregating and enriching the metadata it collects and is now looking at the emerging web technologies to refine its services. Over the past years we have followed very closely the development of Schema.
We will present a set of recommendations for publishing Europeana metadata using the Schema. We address the representation of the embedded metadata as part of the Europeana HTML pages and sitemaps so that the re-use of this data can be optimized. We also produce a Schema. In an aggregation context, interoperability with Schema. We will discuss how Schema.
A great deal of information resulting from the Pilot will soon be available and the session will report on it. The Pilot and the whole BIBFRAME development are carried out in an open environment with specifications, conversion tools, and system components made downloadable via a web site or GitHub as they are developed. The vocabulary services have been operational for over 5 years and were basic building blocks for this further development. Pilot catalogers are specialists with various language assignments who deal with monographs, serials, moving image, recorded sound, still image, cartography, and music.
The presentation will discuss the tools used what they did well and less well , aspects of converting a very large file to a very different data model, RDF and ontology issues, and cataloger efficiencies and problems in the new environment. We will also share thoughts on how this effort may fit into the global Linked Data environment, including how it can benefit from further engagement with other communities and services. We will discuss motivations and focus on bibliotek-o modeling patterns, notably areas of deviation from BIBFRAME; in doing so, we will demonstrate how we believe that these models provide queryable patterns and align with ontology principles and best practices.
Further, we will discuss efforts around development of an application profile and MARC-to-bibliotek-o mapping for use in aligned, in-development tooling for metadata production and conversion of legacy data. Our goal is to promote open development of bibliotek-o, including community engagement, feedback, collaboration, testing and adoption. To encourage engagement with the SWIB community, we will provide pointers to the various types of bibliotek-o documentation that are available and outline our strategy to engage with the community.
With greater participation from the community we can hopefully begin to converge around a shared set of practices with a clear process for iterative improvements.
The University of Alberta is actively trying to ramp up for Linked Data through local experimentation, research and partnerships with other institutions. Through the comparison and analysis of these transformation tools several topics will be explored: Comparison of underlying development models and performance of the tools; Comparison of data element conversion and impact for discovery; Impact of content standard on conversion efficacy AACR vs.
Like last year, we offer a time slot ca. This is a possibility for you to get together with other participants over a specific idea, project, problem, to do hands-on work, discuss or write. We hope the breakout sessions will be used for a lot of interesting exchanges and collaboration. Please let us and possible participants know in advance http: Citations are the foundation for how we know what we know.
- Borstal Girl.
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- Richard II Makers of History.
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- 31 Songs.
- Ach, ich f?hls, es ist verschwunden, No. 17 from Die Zauberfl?te, Act 2 (K620) (Full Score);
Until recently, the idea of creating a freely accessible repository of citation data — representing how scholarly works cite each other — has been hampered by restrictive and inconsistent licenses and by the lack of comprehensive, machine-readable data sources: Launched in April , the Initiative for Open Citations I4OC has made nearly half of all indexed scholarly references freely available to everyone with no copyright restrictions.
However, this is just the beginning of a journey to build high-quality scientific commons. I'll showcase examples of real-world applications demonstrating how data unlocked by the initiative can be reused to accelerate scientific discovery and the broader impact of scholarship knowledge. In the process, we are clustering works extracted from the bibliographic records, reconciling entities against internal and external authorities, cleaning up many aspects of the data and linking it to further resources.
The publishing of Linked Data supports other aspects of metadata development at the National Library. The work clustering methods, and their limitations, inform the discussions about potentially establishing a work authority, which is a prerequisite for real RDA cataloguing.
This presentation will discuss lessons learned during the publishing process, including the selection and design of the data model, the construction of the conversion pipeline using pre-existing tools, the methods used for work clustering, reconciliation and linking as well as the infrastructure for publishing the data and keeping it up to date. The Dutch Digital Heritage Network NDE started in by the national cultural heritage institutions as a joint effort to improve the visibility, usability and sustainability of the cultural heritage collections maintained in the GLAM institutions.