More specifically, the issue proposes, and critically interrogates, the concept of critical juncture
as a new angle on the relationship between anthropological and historical methodologies, arguing that it facilitates a 'double historicizing' (Appadurai 1996) that works through the dialectic between broader historical forces and specific genealogies by being simultaneously attentive to the long duree of life worlds or cultural continuity, such as Indigenous historicities (Ballard 2014; Hau'ofa 2008; Sullivan 2005; see Ritchie's article), as well as the impact of critical moments, such as climate change, on the (re)configuration of these life worlds within cultural-geographic spaces (Clifford 1997; Flood 2009; Schorch and Durr 2016).
In Calder and Ye's emphasis on the advantages of a critical juncture
framework against path dependence, they point out the weakness of the earlier literatures in this field.
Consider the following pairs, in which the phonemes are homophonous, but the degree of time spent on the juncture
articulations serves to identify one or the other:
She gave an example with a project of the Sofia Municipality under the Operational Program for Regional Development for integrated city transport, which includes a system for traffic management at 20 junctures
, installation of 600 information signs and delivery of 50 new trolley buses.
The book often leaves the reader either not convinced or confused about exactly what is going on at any particular juncture
and how this fits into the larger historical development.
Concentrating on authors who have rejected the traditional forms of fiction (or decided to pursue those forms in a highly experimental fashion), Juncture
seeks to establish new trajectories, presenting a collection unified by its postmodern acceptance of and comfort with disunity.
He will continue to serve the profession with the same passion and dedication as he has done in the past, and at this juncture
, these skills are needed more than ever .
Subtropic, temperate, coastal, and desert influences converge at this juncture
, and the Lower Rio Grande Valley is considered one of the most biologically diverse wildlife refuges in the continental United States.
It also reduces the "edge chatter" noise made by the edges of slit convolute, and can be quickly and easily opened at any juncture
to accommodate wire breakouts.
Interfaith dialogue among Christians, Jews and Muslims is at an important juncture
, he said, particularly given the sensitive situation in the Middle East.
This prototype may not be for everyone; however, 3 point juncture
works for a simple reason.
At this juncture
," says Horne, "she was one of the most important women of the African continent, if not the world.
has to do with pauses at appropriate places such as when there are commas, periods, colons, and semicolons in written discourse.
Before I sketch the notion of the "vestige," it should be noted here that, at this specific historical juncture
, even Nancy's rejection of the aesthetic project of locating an essence of Art (apart from its various media or techniques) itself constitutes an act of criticism, whatever its status as philosophy.
Yet, unlike a tree, which produces its building materials internally, the growing molecular structure harnesses smaller molecules from solution at each juncture
and fixes them in place according to a branching pattern.