Video technology's capacity to capture and re-present
the transmission, which itself may never have actually been live at all, thus preserves the sense of liveness, the "for me" relationship.
It's not always easy to take a live 60 minute presentation delivered in person using a raft of media to re-present
, or as Janks, et al., (2014) would say 're-design', as a two dimensional paper-based or electronic article for an audience of AJLL readers who may not have been present for the conversations that built over the period of a conference.
A Taste for Brown Sugar and The Black Body in Ecstasy provide rich, nuanced, and careful critiques of how black women are represented, and re-present
themselves, in American pornographic films.
"These present a great opportunity to help re-present
the history and signifi-cance of these buildings and their site not just to Coventry but internationally."
Color photos throughout make for a delightfully delicious presentation with all kinds of adaptations that take classic dishes and re-present
them with a twist.
Look for Touma to re-present
his speech limitation resolution.
She seems to take a deep breath and then dive into a continuous stream of images that re-present
her vast repertoire from the 1970s to the present.
Death, as we have already observed Barker mention in his theoretical texts, marks poetry's limit; and while poetry cannot re-present
death, it is ultimately death that makes poetry necessary.
"We have to regroup our thoughts, re-present
a new plan and everything.''
Instead, present, fire a shot, lower the piece and rest, then re-present
. Big Paul shot a 1-handed group of five at 15 yards featuring one 4-shot hole and one a 1/2-inch out.
After winning Heritage Lottery Fund support, plans are advanced to re-display and re-present
the Magna Carta in the Chapter House.
I wondered if I could visually re-present
some of the same emotions that are theoretically the 'blues': Love, Joy, Pain, Celebration, Remembrance, and Sex.