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Battlestar Galactica is a complete re-imagining of the original 1970s hit series with an appeal beyond the sci-fi genre.
They describe traditions of milk banking and sharing around the world, and argue that such initiatives are at a critical phase, experiencing unprecedented opportunities and challenges and inviting a re-imagining of global health within a flexible maternal economy.
The performance of Shakespeare in France since the Second World War; re-imagining Shakespeare.
Since the comic first appeared in October of 2003, critics from the United States and as far away as Malaysia have hailed the series as "the best re-imagining of Dracula yet," "a must-read for action-horror fans," and "one of the best takes on Dracula since Bela Lugosi and Christopher Lee.
He sets aside the question of the existence of an historical Arthur, and focuses on the various interpretations and extrapolations of the legend of Arthur and Camelot, in the historical context of each re-imagining, or re-purposing of the king and his knights.
Abrams (Armageddon, executive producer of TV's Alias), the project is a re-imagining of the Superman legend.
After re-imagining the property for broadcast in the U.
Mumford & Sons, Mary J Blige, Sam Smith and Alessia Cara also feature on the record, billed as a re-imagining of Sir Elton and his longtime collaborator Bernie Taupin's music.
The Pakistani writer's seventh novel Home Fire is a contemporary re-imagining of the Greek tragedy Antigone.
De Juniac also identified five fundamental areas that needed to be protected when re-imagining the industry's future, the theme for SAALS.
com)-- Re-Imagining Life in Transition will be the topic of conversation during a four session program at Niantic Community Church beginning, February 17 through March 10, on Saturdays from 9:30-11:30 a.
Re-imagining climate governance tackles this very question by investigating ways that future scenarios can lead to appropriate and effective modes of governance in the world's most vulnerable regions, and that they serve as useful for decision making tools in developing countries.