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The diverse and fluid materiality of water, we argue, is important for understanding why ontological disjunctures emerge and why conjunctures remain possible.
In the original symposium, participants grappled with the problematic notion of global digital culture, exploring dynamics of convergence and disjuncture in the digital era.
The presence of this problematic nature is signaled by a series of disjunctures.
Her work in founding IE stemmed from what Smith described as the disjuncture she experienced early in her career between being a sociologist in a male dominated and gendered institution, and a single mother of two young children (Smith, 2005).
More importantly, they posit a fundamental continuity in the ways Indian states have engaged with religion, characterizing the disjuncture between pre-modern and modern states as one of degree rather than kind.
But by now one is accustomed to the switch of focal length, having been called on many times already to exercise a capacity for switchbacks across disjunctures to find identities, connections and vortices.
This emphasis allows Goyal to shed light on the contradictions and disjunctures of black Atlantic writing.
When she allows herself to open her own forms to longer lines and occasional disjunctures, the poetry profits by it, and Auge manages to limn the delicate balance formed by the various geometries that come together in a moment of vision.
This paper uses the framework of writing capital to analyze Peter's writing and reveal the alignments, tensions, and disjunctures that existed between his success as a writer, his school success, and the ease with which his accomplishments extended into contexts beyond school.
In this manner, Barnett makes sense of apparent disjunctures between Swift's professed esteem for particular women and his broad-brush anti-female writing.
Following an introductory essay outlining the project and defining diaspora, individual chapters explore the worldwide dispersal of Asian populations and the linkages, disjunctures, and contradictions among various groups of Asian migrants.
First, the researcher and the field of research (her lecture series in an Indigenous Studies course) are analysed to show disjunctures between standard university teaching and Mackinlay's approach.