reassemblage


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reassemblage

(ˌriːəˈsɛmblɪdʒ)
n
formal a new or further gathering or collection
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(2011) 'Une petite entreprise de reassemblage du monde: ethnographic et gouvernance des ressources foncieres en Afrique de l'Ouest', Ethnologie Frangaise 41 (3): 431-42.
In the Yoruba model, it matters less whether the protagonist's disintegration is followed by a self-willed reassemblage or by death, or whether he does or does not achieve self-knowledge..., than that his ordeal injects a new strength into the communal life-blood, either by engendering new levels of awareness in sudden acts of collective self-apprehension or by his continuing service as an exemplary or cautionary model (34).
"organic particles capable of independence and reassemblage into
2 VISIBLE CLOAKS, REASSEMBLAGE (RVNG Intl.) A beautiful album of soundscapes that is in constant rotation in my home.
Les differentes sections de l'Autostade allaient ainsi etre demantelees et offertes a toute municipalite interessee a les acquerir et prete a defrayer les couts de transport et de reassemblage (77).
From this standpoint, the extensive continuum of actualities that determines their material ground of sequential connection and recursive calculations splits itself into thousands of quantities, the assymetrical reassemblage of which becomes a nexus of actualities or a space-event.
insect."(20) Through Mutu's creative reassemblage anddecomposition, black
However, the crystallinity and photocatalytic performance can be improved largely after thermal dehydration and structure reassemblage of NTA.
Yet, rather than speculating, we leave these issues for future research on the potential reassemblage of the TCC beyond entrepreneurial intent.
The third work in this essay, Reassemblage (1982), a film made by Vietnamese artist and theorist Trinh T.
The second section looks at music as communication and community, with essays on topics such as the gamelan community in Dunedin and musical reassemblage in the jazz diaspora.