These romances, carrying further the tendency which appears in Sidney's 'Arcadia,' are among the most extravagant of all products of the romantic imagination--strange melanges of ancient history, medieval chivalry, pastoralism
, seventeenth century artificial manners, and allegory of current events.
is the backbone of our economy but most people don't operate bank accounts.
The mobile pastoralism
is environmentally sustainable and economically viable, which has been accepted by most scholars around the world (Naess 2013; Khurshid et al.
And when it finally rains, most of the areas ravaged by drought wallow in floods, consequently hampering food production.Under grave threat is pastoralism
, which has remained virtually the same for hundreds of years.
Sitkovestsky illuminates the concerto's musical textures and revels in its fiery cadenza while Woods and the ESO clearly enjoy the energetic finale's robust pastoralism
2) or the dismissive and reductive criticism of pastoralism
in The English Musical Renaissance, 1840-1940: Constructing National Music by Meirion Hughes and Robert Stradling (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2001)--which was mercifully and systematically disassembled by Alain Frogley in "Rewriting the Renaissance: History, Imperialism, and British Music since 1840" (Music & Letters 84, no.
By reflecting on the book entitled New Fringe Pastoralism
: Conflict and Insecurity and Development in the Horn of Africa and the Sahel by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, this review article examines violence in pastoral society.
Researchers of food and the environment look at the impact of climate change on pastoralism
in East Africa, and the role of pastoralism
in climate change.
had just been introduced to the Turkana Basin and newcomers arriving with sheep, goats, and cattle would have encountered diverse groups of fisher-hunter-gatherers already living around the lake.
Saylor provides an extensive and insightful commentary on the work that more than any other demonstrates the qualities listed in his definition of pastoralism
quoted above, the Pastoral Symphony, whose direct inspiration, as Vaughan Williams said, was not the English landscape but the "Corot-like" French landscape where he was serving as an ambulance driver in the War.
'Regional instruments governing pastoralism
should be protected and above all domesticated.