Future Memory

Future Memory Author P. M. H. Atwater
ISBN-10 9781571746887
Release 2013
Pages 324
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There are many different paths to the future. According to P.M.H. Atwater, one of the foremost investigators into near-death experiences, future memory allows people to "live" life in advance and remember the experience in detail when something triggers that memory. Atwater explains the unifying, and permanent, effect of that experience is a brain a "brain shift" which she believes "may be at the very core of existence itself." In Future Memory, Atwater shows that structural and chemical changes are occurring in our brains, changes indicative of higher evolutionary development. This mind-blowing exploration of a mind-blowing topic traces her findings about this phenomenon and explores its implications for the individual and for society. Future Memory: Provides a series of steps to assist in developing future memory Explores new models of time, existence, and consciousness Presents an in-depth study of the brain shift and how it can be experienced Offers an extensive appendix and resource manual Future Memory is an important step in understanding the relationship between human perception and reality.



Future Memory

Future Memory Author Zara Borthwick
ISBN-10 9781471008801
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The Future of Memory

The Future of Memory Author Richard Crownshaw
ISBN-10 1845458478
Release 2010-11-30
Pages 334
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Memory studies has become a rapidly growing area of scholarly as well as public interest. This volume brings together world experts to explore the current critical trends in this new academic field. It embraces work on diverse but interconnected phenomena, such as twenty-first century museums, shocking memorials in present-day Rwanda and the firsthand testimony of the victims of genocidal conflicts. The collection engages with pressing 'real world' issues, such as the furor around the recent 9/11 memorial, and what we really mean when we talk about 'trauma'.



Future Memory

Future Memory Author Manuel Osterholt
ISBN-10 918563963X
Release 2014-02
Pages 167
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Future/Memory is a book about the exhibition with the same name, organized in Dresden, Germany at HELLERAU - European Center for the Arts Dresden, during the summer of 2013. Future/Memory shows the nature of the work of artists like Boogie, Martha Cooper, Cody Hudson and Horfe - artists that all stem from, and get their inspiration from street culture and urban environment. Wasted objects in the street are turned into sculptures, images of children playing in the Bronx are transformed into timeless testimonies of the 1980s and graffiti is converted into abstract and conceptual art.



The Future Memory Man

The Future Memory Man Author Shanna Lauffey
ISBN-10 1326396846
Release 2015-08-20
Pages 112
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A cosmically displaced teenager with the ability to time travel might be the key to understanding current theories about the universe and what prevents time travelers from rewriting history. Kallie visits her friend Harlan, a practicing Physicist and covert researcher of Time Travel Physics, who has spent his life searching for an elusive explanation for the Time Shifters' abilities. Kallie hopes to try to make sense of a time loop and to learn why travel to the future has always been discouraged among the Harekaiian. For decades, Doctor Edmundson has jotted down equations to try to find the answers to many of History's unanswered questions, as well as solutions to unsolved riddles and to investigate his controversial theory of time loops, but now they find an even greater mystery. Kallie and Marcus' dreams of leading a quiet and peaceful life become shattered when Kallie realizes that only she can close the loop, but the price of what she must do could be higher than she can bear.



Performing Future Memory

Performing Future Memory Author Candice Amich
ISBN-10 OCLC:809830015
Release 2012
Pages 203
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My dissertation contends that poets and performance artists of the Americas have been at the forefront of exploring the psychic and bodily effects of neoliberal globalization. More than just a set of market-driven policies aimed at privatization and deregulation, neoliberalism is a perceptual regime. Invoking globalization experts such as David Harvey, I argue that neoliberal globalization has produced profound changes in the way we experience time and space, and that these changes require new aesthetic forms. In countering the erasure of cultural memory, disruption of local environments, and omnipresent spectacle of commodity fetishism that characterize neoliberalism as a spatiotemporal regime, the poets and performance artists I study--Dionne Brand, Ricardo Dominguez, Coco Fusco, Ana Mendieta, Nancy Morejón, Adrienne Rich, Ed Roberson, Cecilia Vicuña, and Raúl Zurita--engage this transformation of the sensible. Historically framed by two September 11th tragedies, my dissertation opens with the US-backed 1973 coup in Chile--that brutally implemented a neoliberal mode of governing--and closes with the 2001 World Trade Center attacks. The works that constitute my archive explore exile, displacement, alienation and cultural amnesia in order to reenact and revise earlier hemispheric moments of colonization and expropriation. While recalling legacies of slavery, indigenous genocide, and imperialism, the poems and performances I analyze also suggest different futures; at the heart of these formal experiments is a desire for new modes of social being that find their expression in textual and corporeal performances. While the novel remains the privileged genre of literary globalization studies, my project maps the complex ways in which poetry and performance, through multi-sensory techniques and tropes of touch, explore globalization as an embodied experience. As such, a major goal of my project is to traverse the gap between the abstractions of globalization discourse and the localized particulars of corporeal and textual performance. The unique temporal register this critical poetics achieves--in its accessing of repressed histories and geographies to pose new political futures--is what I refer to as 'future memory.'



Future Memories of Trains

Future Memories of Trains Author Michael G. Lockett
ISBN-10 9781481778695
Release 2013-08-12
Pages 130
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A wonderful English teacher inspired a love of poetry in Mr. Lockett during his senior year in high school. Future Memories of Trains is a collection of poems written by Mr. Lockett during the intense and tumultuous process of racial integration in America. Being the “speck of pepper” in these elite bowls of sugar -- elite independent schools -- Mr. Lockett’s poetry explores the precarious nature of inter-racial relationships and the power of love in the midst of extraordinary American social change.



The future of memory

The future of memory Author Giulio Blasi
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105112435602
Release 2002
Pages 177
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Requiem for the Shadows

Requiem for the Shadows Author Shawn Diamond
ISBN-10 OCLC:970778610
Release 2016
Pages 66
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After Ross Laycock's diagnoses of AIDS Felix Gonzalez-Torres began producing his most mature and eloquent work. This thesis focuses upon Gonzalez-Torres' light strings, basing itself upon the artist's statement that all of his works were made for an audience of one, his lover, Ross Laycock. Three different lenses are used to understand the intricate conceptualism of the light strings. The first of which sheds light upon the poetical means Gonzalez-Torres employs to connect his work with Laycock and act as a love poem from the artist, himself. Following this, the project explores how the artist represents spiritual means of perfection throughout the light strings. The final chapter delves into Gonzalez-Torres' representations of memories the couple has had and the validity of the memories which the couple never had. This project is constructed upon a framework in reference to the theory of 'ghosts' and 'haunting' as vocalized by Avery F. Gordon. This sociological theory is expanded to an idea of 'shadows' that are subject to alterations in depictions and are a manifestation of an affect-rooted nature. To stay as true as possible to the artist's intent the project puts forth and supports the assumption that Gonzalez-Torres created a set of rules in which he allowed his work to live, the most important of which being that he could not give his work any power beyond what humans are capable of. By illuminating a love lost in his light strings Gonzalez-Torres hopes to extend his pain to an audience that would be able to make a change when he was gone.



The Trilogy of Future Memory

The Trilogy of Future Memory Author Jalīlah Bakkār
ISBN-10 0990684725
Release 2015-06-02
Pages 192
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A collection of work from one of the most important voices in contemporary Arab theatre.



The future of memory

The future of memory Author Andrés Jaroslavsky
ISBN-10 UOM:39015060380881
Release 2004-10-05
Pages 234
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Interviews with young Argentinians are the centre of the book. These include children of parents disappeared or murdered during the last dictatorship, children of families who had to flee the country due to persecution, as well a children whose parents were imprisoned and those children stolen by repressors. Woven through these are documentary sources and judicial procedures relating to their testimony, including historical notes to the political context and the time which has elapsed in between, Jaroslavsky conveys the ways in which memories shape our existence and understanding.



Social Memory in Ancient and Colonial Mesoamerica

Social Memory in Ancient and Colonial Mesoamerica Author Amos Megged
ISBN-10 9780521112277
Release 2010-02-26
Pages 342
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Before the Spanish Conquest and well into the eighteenth century, Mesoamerican peoples believed that "time" and "space" were contained in earthly and heavenly receptacles that were visualized metaphorically. This circumscribed space contained the abodes of the dead. There, deities and ancestral spirits could be revived and the living could communicate with them. In Social Memory in Ancient and Colonial Mesoamerica, Amos Megged uncovers the missing links in Mesoamerican peoples' quest for their collective past. Analyzing ancient repositories of knowledge, as well as social and religious practices, he uncovers the unique procedures and formulas by which social memory was communicated and how it operated in Mesoamerica prior to the Spanish conquest. He also explores how cherished and revived practices evolved, how they were adapted to changing circumstances, and how they helped various ethnic groups cope with the tribulations of colonization and Christianization. Megged's volume also suggests how social and cultural historians, ethnohistorians, and anthropologists can rethink indigenous representations of the past while taking into account the deep transformations in Mexican society during the colonial era.



Remembrances of Things Past and Future

Remembrances of Things Past and Future Author Michael Henderson
ISBN-10 OCLC:319061715
Release 2003
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Memory of the Future

Memory of the Future Author Federico Mayor
ISBN-10 9231036165
Release 1999
Pages 204
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Memory of the Future has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Memory of the Future also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Memory of the Future book for free.



Learning and Memory

Learning and Memory Author Andrew Hudmon
ISBN-10 9781438119571
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 136
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From making conversation to walking and driving, learning and memory are crucial aspects of our survival.



The Future a Memory The Cold War and Intelligence Services Aspects

The Future a Memory  The Cold War and Intelligence Services     Aspects Author Heiner Timmermann
ISBN-10 9783643904423
Release 2013-11-27
Pages 267
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This book presents an overview about the activities of intelligence services and their role during the Cold War period. Contributions from a wide range of disciplines - by historians, political scientists, journalists, legal experts, former officers of secret services, and former military men from various countries around the world - discuss the services in the US, Germany, Korea, the Caribbean Sea, the Baltic, Russia, and Europe, including the famous US counter-intelligence Venona project. (Series: Politics and Modern History / Politik und Moderne Geschichte - Vol. 18)



A History for the Future

A History for the Future Author Jocelyn Létourneau
ISBN-10 0773527257
Release 2004
Pages 196
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A personal debate on the future of history and memory in Quebec.