Lastly, how might the range of scholarly methods gathered under the umbrella of "new formalism
" incorporate the philosophical thinking available in early modern discourses of literary form?
While exploring the artistic and aesthetic values of the poetic forms by applying some critical concepts of New Formalism
by Fredric V.
Information technology, management, and other specialists from North America, the Middle East, Asia, Colombia, and Europe address the role of virtual teams and information technology in global business, virtual leadership and team collaboration, globalized project management, and knowledge creation, sharing, and transfer; the design of global enterprise systems, a conceptual framework for innovative strategic thinking, the design of information spaces and retrieval of information using electrostatics in virtual spaces, failure diagnosis and a new formalism
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Exemplifying his principles of surprise, serenity, and delight, it represents a turning point in his career as he moved toward his own distinct vision of Modernism, later considered part of the stylistic trend "New Formalism
." According to the National Park Service, which runs the landmarks program, the McGregor Memorial Conference Center--along with its meticulously restored reflecting pool and sculpture garden--ranks as one of the most significant Modernist designs in the U.S.
On the other hand, Free Enterprise Fund and the new formalism
that the decision reflects could mean a stronger, more demanding emphasis on ensuring that the President enjoys meaningful oversight and control powers over independent federal agencies.
have called New Formalism
. (19) New Formalism
refers to trends in court
In his introduction, entitled "On Matters of Form in Contemporary Latino Poetry," Aldama argues that the works of Campo, Young, Alvarez, and Espaillat, who come of age as poets in the 1990s, can be representative of a "Latino New Formalism
," a "poetic orientation" that connects with a more general trend in U.S.
This last suggestion, and a similar strain in Liz Prettejohn's keynote lecture on 'New Connoisseurship', call to mind what the so-called 'New Formalism
' has done for literary studies, historicising and contextualising traditional knowledge, such as systems of prosody, to return what was feared obsolete to the cutting-edge.
While the 1962 rendering of the art center was cool, highlighting the modern, stripped-down aesthetic of the New Formalism
style of architecture with its monumental arches and Space Needle-like spindles, the new design by Pelli Clarke Pelli exemplifies the firm's talent for creating layers of luminescence and impossible lightness and movement in solid structures.
It would be wrong, given the advent of new formalism
and the kind of methodological debates current in the field of literary studies as a whole, to think that we no longer need explicit justifications of why it is valuable to 'read literature historically'.
The book describes the development of technologies necessary for large-scale artificial language evolution experiments, such as a new formalism
for grammar, which can be used for studying language as an evolving complex adaptive system; a formalism for embodied cognitive semantics, which can be embedded in artificial robotic agents; and a humanoid robot platform for carrying out language games and experiments.