It is with an eye to presenting this course as a complex result of various lines of
resistance that the second part of my title is phrased Dziga Vertov and the
Twenties ( rather than in the Twenties ) . I want the two to be seen as juxtaposed ,
Author: Jurij Gavrilovič Civʹjan
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Chronicles the immediate reaction of Vertov's comtemporaries to his movies and manifestos--available now for the first time in English.
The essay broadens the argument to focus on Williams's poetic approach as
resistance to poetry of the Modernist kind that ... The diversity of the lines of
resistance taken by the poets discussed in this volume and the variety of views
Author: Adrian Grafe
Resistance is a key concept for understanding the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, and for approaching the poetry of the period. This collection of 15 critical essays explores how poetry and resistance interact, set against a philosophical, historical and cultural background. In the light of the upheavals of the age, and the changing perception of the nature of language, resistance is seen to lie at the core of poetic preoccupations, moving poetic language forward. From this perspective, the resistance of poetry is connected with the human call to solidarity, resilience, and, ultimately, meaning. The volume covers poetry from Hardy, Yeats and Auden, among others, to contemporary writers like Hugo Williams and Linton Kwesi Johnson.
But on the side of lines of resistance, or what I call lines of flight: How should we
conceive of the relations or conjugations, the conjunctions, the processes of
unification? I would say that the collective field of immanence in which
Author: Marco Checchi
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
What is at the heart of political resistance? Whilst traditional accounts often conceptualise it as a reaction to power, this volume (prioritising remarks by Michel Foucault) invites us to think of resistance as primary. The author proposes a strategic analysis that highlights how our efforts need to be redirected towards a horizon of creation and change. Checchi first establishes a genealogy of two main trajectories of the history of our present: the liberal subject of rights and the neoliberal ideas of human capital and bio-financialisation. The former emerges as a reactive closure of Etienne de la Boétie's discourse on human nature and natural companionship. The other forecloses the creative potential of Autonomist Marxist conceptions of labour, first elaborated by Mario Tronti. The focus of this text then shifts towards contemporary openings. Initially, Checchi proposes an inverted reading of Jacques Rancière's concept of politics as interruption that resonates with Antonio Negri's emphasis on Baruch Spinoza's potential qua resistance. Finally, the author stages a virtual encounter between Gilles Deleuze's ontology of matter and Foucault's account of the primacy of resistance with which the text begins. Through this series of explorations, The Primacy of Resistance: Power, Opposition and Becoming traces a conceptual trajectory with and beyond Foucault by affirming the affinity between resistance and creation.
chromosome arms respectively. The genes on the long arm of chromosome 5
and the short arm of chromosome 7 had relatively large effects and were
common to all the resistant lines. These were judged to be the most important
Author: Th. Jacobs
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
From February 24 -28, 1992 an international symposium on Durability of Disease Resistance was held at the International Agricultural Centre in Wageningen, the Netherlands. The symposium, organized by the Department of Plant Breeding of Wageningen Agricultural University and the Centre for Plant Breeding and Repro duction Research, CPRO-DLO, was part of the DGIS funded programme Durable Resistance in Developing Countries. Without any form of prevention or protection nearly all crops will be seriously or even severely damaged by a range of pathogens. In modern agriculture man has been able to control many if not most pathogens using i) pesticides, ii) phyto sanitary methods such as control of seed and plant material in order to start a crop disease free, iii) agronomic measures such as crop rotation, iv) disease resis tance or combinations of these measures. Over the years the use of pesticides has increased enormously and so did the pro blems associated with pesticide use, such as environmental pollution and building of resistance and tolerance to these pesticides in the pathogens. The use of resis tance too increased strongly over the years and here too problems arose.
(2010 JAN 25) College of Agriculture, Hassan: Parallel response between
gametophyte and sporophyte for Fusarium wilt resistance in the recombinant
inbred lines of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) “In the present communication, we
study the ...
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Genetic basis of difference in resistance and virulence Schlegel-Oprecht (1953),
Walker (1959, 1961, 1962) and Hadorn & Walker ... The genetic basis of the
increased resistance to A. tabida in the D. melanogaster lines studied by
Author: Hilary Hurd
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This volume of Parasitology examines specifically parasite-insect Interaction.