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La critique litteraire etait, mercredi dernier, au centre d'un debat anime par notamment Aicha Kassoul, Mukala Kadima Nzuji et Mohamed Daoud.
beaucoup moins que] L a production ramadanesque reflete en quelque sorte l'etat du paysage artistique et audiovisuel marocain[beaucoup plus grand que], estime le critique de cinema, Cherqui Ameur.
The point of these brief (and necessarily reductive) remarks is not to diminish the critical work done by recent theory, nor to devalue the very significant critiques developed by different social movements over this period.
It has been my experience that students do not do well in critiques because of two main things: being shy about displaying their work, and not knowing the right vocabulary to use to support their like (or dislike) of others' work.
8220;When Momcomm began, I started offering free blog critiques where I critique a blog in exchange for the critique being public for others to learn from,” said Momcomm owner Melissa Culbertson.
The 26th Annual Maguire Appellate Advocacy Competition provides moot court team members with useful critiques regarding their oral arguments as they prepare for the ABA's National Appellate Advocacy Competition Boston Regional.
We each had to write detailed critiques for two of our team members.
After briefly summarizing Yoder's embrace of galut as vocation and its implications for his understanding of Zionism, I will then look at probing critiques of Yoder regarding difference and land raised by two thinkers well acquainted with Yoder's work, Michael Cartwright and Peter Ochs.
While he critiques its conservative tendencies and the way it reinforces certain Eurocentric notions, Austin also takes Afrocentrism to task on the "science.
Amato offers accessible and practical answers to the questions and problems that beset beginning, intermediate, and experienced writers who could benefit from the critiques, observations and advice of their peers in a small group setting, but don't have ready access to one.
The foundation of this collaborative community is comprised of threaded discussions, peer critiques, and group projects.
Their curatorial and theoretical projects from this period were characterized by circumspection and political savvy: They eschewed nationalist kitsch, yet never shied away from critiques of the latent sexisms, racisms, and nationalisms in the anti-Milosevic camp, or from the uncomfortable fact that Serbia's dissident cultural producers frequently relied on the help of Western moneys and organizational support.