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Loïe Fuller in 1900Loie Fuller (born Marie Louise Fuller; January 15, 1862 – January 1, 1928), also known as Louie Fuller and Loïe Fuller, was an American actress and dancer who was a pioneer of both modern dance and theatrical lighting techniques.
Contents1Career2Continuing influence3Written works41901 silent movie sequence5See also6References7External linksCareerBorn Marie Louise Fuller in the Chicago suburb of Fullersburg, now Hinsdale, Illinois, Fuller began her theatrical career as a professional child actress and later choreographedand performed dances in burlesque (as a skirt dancer), vaudeville, and circus shows. An early free dance practitioner, Fuller developed her own natural movement and improvisation techniques. In multiple shows she experimented with a long skirt, choreographing its movements and playing with the ways it could reflect light. By 1891, Fuller combined her choreography wi..
University of Oxford – Oxford Department of International DevelopmentLocation:OxfordSalary:£32,236 to £39,609 Grade 7, p.aHours:Full TimeContract Type:Fixed-Term/ContractPlaced On:15th January 2019Closes:18th February 2019Job Ref:138857
Oxford Department of International Development, Queen Elizabeth House, 3 Mansfield Road, OxfordGrade 7: £32,236 – £39,609 p.a.The Oxford Department of International Development is seeking applications for a full-time, fixed-term Departmental Lecturer in Diplomatic Studies. The fixed-term role is needed for a limited time to provide cover for the substantive postholder who is on sabbatical leave for this period.The post is based at the Oxford Department of International Development, Queen Elizabeth House, 3 Mansfield Road, Oxford and is fixed-term for 1 year, until 30 June 2020.You will provide teaching on international diplomacy for the Master of Science in Global Governance and Diplomacy (MSc GGD) and carry out related research, as well as ..
The project “Digital Diplomacy – Digital Albania and Digital Kosovo”, aimed at promoting the independence of Kosovo, the image and values “of those two countries” was signed by the representatives of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of so-called Kosovo and Albania in Pristina on December 14, – Belgrade Initiative for Public and Digital Diplomacy reports.
Introduction- Narratives, Narratives, Narratives Several weeks ago I began watching a TV show depicting the lives of vampires in New York City. One of the greatest challenge facing these vampires is their lack of ability to gain acceptance from the human population. As the vampire leader summarized, “we lack a compelling narrative”. This week I
Book review by Jennifer Szalai, The New York Times, Feb. 6, 2019; original article contains additional illustrations and links
JB personal note: When (as I later found out) the Chernobyl disaster occurred, I traveled by motor car to eastern Poland (in the Chernobyl “radioactive” zone), invited to give a talk on the United States at a local organization, in my capacity as a “public diplomacy” American diplomat. I arrived at this rather obscure location earlier than expected, and to kill time I took a walk, which led me to a local cemetery, for perhaps an hour … BTW, my talk (thanks to radioactivity?) was, far beyond my expectations, not badly received.
The word “Chernobyl” has long been synonymous with the catastrophic reactor explosion of 1986 — grim shorthand for what still qualifies, more than three decades later, as the world’s worst nuclear disaster.
As infamous as it is now, it’s easy to forget that the calamity seemed to drift to international attention as if by accident. A fu..