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Humor's transgressive nature can enable it to perform knowledge's highest task: to question what we think we know.
Maximum Flooding surfaces are used to subdivide the T-R sequence into transgressive and regressive system tracts.
One of the most prominent examples of a prospective transgressive union in this volume is discussed by Daniel Riches.
Author Mattias Frey presents readers with an examination transgressive art films.
Luebke (Professor of History at the University of Oregon) and Mary Lindemann (Professor and Chair of the Department of History at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida) "Mixed Matches: Transgressive Unions in Germany from the Reformation to the Enlightenment" is a compendium of eleven major scholarly articles by experts.
Jamie Chambers, a filmmaker and member of trio Marram, is an artistic director at Transgressive North and travelled to India to sample the children's voices, which would then be sent to musicians from around the world.
An epilogue synthesizes the ideas of transgressive transcripts presented in the preceding chapters.
Controversial for its frank depiction of teen sex and drug use, Skins had TV activist group Parents Television Council clutching their pearls and crying foul for what they believed was the glamorization of transgressive behavior.
That sensibility lives on in what might be termed Kiefer's transgressive memory--comprising a historical awareness and its simultaneous burlesque--while once familiar catchwords and phrases such as Sudetenland, Drang nach Osten, and Lebensraum tinklingly waltz on as background buzz.
Kieran Cashell, Aftershock: The Ethics of Contemporary Transgressive Art (London and New York: I.
Looking at the world today, the compendium has its pick of transgressive crises.
The transgressive peak of the Cycle LJ-2 (Gomez and Goy, 2005) has been dated northeast of the Montalban Fault as Lower Pliensbachian Jamesoni Zone on the basis of the ammonoids and brachiopods found in the deposits of the Almonacid de la Cuba Fm (Sequeiros et al 1978; Comas-Rengifo, 1985; Comas-Rengifo et al.