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Peutinger Map, all roads lead to Rome... and to Caesar?

Keilo ( Jacques Keilo ), Jack (13 juil. 2016)

"Mille viae ducunt homines per saecula Romam" "Ubi  Caesar, ibi Roma" (Old Roman proverbs) FIGURE 1. Tabula Peutingeriana or Tabula Theodosiana, a Roman map All roads lead to Rome, to the centre, to the political centre. This Roman principle is well known and today present throughout the world. ...

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Hereford Map, Jerusalem again as centre and the Translatio Imperii

Keilo, Jack (5 juin 2014)

"Thus says the LORD God: This is Jerusalem; I have set her in the centre of the nations, with countries all around her." (Ezekiel 5:5) We have seen Bunting's Map in a precedent post, a renaissance map where the world is centred on Jerusalem in a symbolic way, that is, the space of the world is ...

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"And what is the use of use?"

Keilo, Jack (5 janv. 2014)

Another year passes by. 2014, will it carry with it new centres and new centralities? Yes, I am quite sure. My research in 2014 focuses on numerous topics, the most pertinent of them are: -How centrality interacts with text: how centrality forms, constructs, deconstructs and manifests itself in text ...

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Power's jargon and texts. "Le plaisir du texte" of Roland Barthes

Keilo ( Jacques Keilo ), Jack (24 janv. 2014)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUgJd2mS3LY « …nous sommes tous pris dans la vérité des langages, c'est-à-dire dans leur régionalité, entraînés dans la formidable rivalité qui règle leur voisinage. Car chaque parler (chaque fiction) combat pour l'hégémonie; s'il a le pouvoir pour lui, ...

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Big New York, Little Syria

Keilo, Jack (4 mai 2014)

"It is to stand before the towers of New York and Washington, Chicago and San Francisco saying in your heart, "I am the descendant of a people that builded Damascus and Byblos, and Tyre and Sidon and Antioch, and now I am here to build with you, and with a will. Young Americans of Syrian origin, I ...

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The Gare du Nord and a Parisian view of Europe

Keilo, Jack (27 août 2014)

The Gare de Paris-Nord (aka Gare du Nord) is where trains from Belgium, Netherlands, Germany and the UK arrive in Paris, and it is the last main Parisian RER station before the Aéroport Charles-de-Gaulle, the biggest airport in France. In brief the Gare du Nord is one of the main entries into the ...

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Chinese centralities: the centre, the connector and the Doctrine of the Mean

Keilo, Jack (12 déc. 2013)

David Gosset, 2012, "Chinese centralities", in Huffington Post. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-gosset/sinoamerican_b_1443787.html David Gosset, in this very interesting article, explains Chinese centrality or, better in plural, Chinese centralities. It is a given that China is called the ...

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L'invention des continents of Grataloup, how the centre invents its periphery

Keilo, Jack (9 juin 2014)

Christian Grataloup, 2009, L'invention des continent, Comment l'Europe a découpé le Monde, Larousse. Christian Grataloup writes with passion: his scientific books are as great to read as poetry or beautiful prose, and the L'invention des continents is no exception: it is a journey to discover ...

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Sassen's Global City, in the heart of centrality

Keilo, Jack (14 nov. 2013)

Saskia Sassen, 2001 (1991), The Global City: New York, London, Tokyo. http://press.princeton.edu/titles/6943.html In the heart of centrality, this is, indeed, the subject of the book of Saskia Sassen. New York, London and Tokyo command the global-city network in the world, that is, the cities in ...

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Maria Callas, la Diva: where and how a voice becomes central?

Keilo, Jack (5 déc. 2013)

Ninety years ago the Flower Hospital staff  in Manhattan heard the first waves of what to become one of the greatest voices ever recorded in our human history: Maria Callas, born Maria Cecilia Kalos (Kalogeropoulos) (1923-1977). Callas, plus her mythical voice, had great dramatic talents, and the ...

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