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Seventeen papers, from a colloquium held at Reykjavík in 1999, present new readings of the Vinland Sagas and search for evidence of Viking settlements in North America in both the literary and archaeological records.
Release on 2016-05-30 | by Nancy S. Love
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Explores how white supremacist groups use popular music and culture to teach hate and promote violence. Popular music plays a major role in mobilizing citizens, especially youth, to fight for political causes. Yet the presence of music in politics receives relatively little attention from scholars, politicians, and citizens. White power music is no exception, despite its role in recent high-profile hate crimes. Trendy Fascism is the first book to explore how contemporary white supremacists use popular music to teach hate and promote violence. Nancy S. Love focuses on how white power music supports trendy fascism, a neo-fascist aesthetic politics. Unlike classical fascism, trendy fascism involves a hyper-modern cultural politics that exploits social media to create a global white supremacist community. Three case studies examine different facets of the white power music scene: racist skinhead, neo-Nazi folk, and goth/metal. Together these cases illustrate how music has replaced traditional forms of public discourse to become the primary medium for conveying white supremacist ideology today. Written from the interdisciplinary perspective on culture, economics, and politics best described as critical theory, this book is crucial reading for everyone concerned about the future of democracy. Trendy Fascism has the potential to unsettle how theorists of democracy frame their most basic assumptions in the study of politics. The case studies of white power music are indeed unsettling, and at times they will bring chills to the reader. But, as Love argues, we must confront the realities of and rationalizations for the often-disavowed transnational white supremacist communities and networks in our political present if we are serious about overturning the racial contract pervading late modern states. Neil Roberts, Williams College
Release on 2011-06-02 | by Martin Arnold
... discovery voyage, which took place almost 500 years after Leif Eiriksson was said to have sailed to Vínland. ... as the 'CD Rom disc of nineteenth-century Vínland scholarship, praised for its production values, but mocked for ...
The myths of the Norse god Thor were preserved in the Icelandic Eddas, set down in the early Middle Ages. The bane of giants and trolls, Thor was worshipped as the last line of defence against all that threatened early Nordic society. Thor's significance persisted long after the Christian conversion and, in the mid-eighteenth century, Thor resumed a symbolic prominence among northern countries. Admired and adopted in Scandinavia and Germany, he became central to the rhetoric of national romanticism and to more belligerent assertions of nationalism. Resurrected in the latter part of the twentieth century in Marvel Magazine, Thor was further transformed into an articulation both of an anxious male sexuality and of a parallel nervousness regarding American foreign policy. Martin Arnold explores the extraordinary regard in which Thor has been held since medieval times and considers why and how his myth has been adopted, adapted and transformed.
Biographies of the New World
Release on 2012-06-01 | by Britannica Educational Publishing
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With their eyes set on distant horizons, explorers from across Europeincluding Leif Eriksson, Sir Francis Drake, and Alexander von Humboldtvoyaged to the New World. They discovered the lands that would later be known as the Americasmotivated by curiosity, commercial interests, or scientific inquiry. These adventurers charted previously unknown territories, encountered, and often tragically exploited, native peoples, and changed the fate of the global landscape. The stories of these trailblazers and their remarkable journeys comprise this compelling volume.
Release on 2004 | by
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L'Anse aux Meadows, Leif Eriksson's home in Vinland. Journal of the North Atlantic 2, 114–125. ... White, C. D., Nelson, A. J., Longstaffe, F. J., Grupe, G., and Jung, A., 2009. Landscape bioarchaeology at Pacatnamu, Peru: Inferring ...
Surveys the archaeology of food: its methods and its themes (economics, politics, status, identity, gender, ethnicity, ritual, religion).
Saga Book of the Viking Society for Northern Research
Release on 2004 | by Viking Society for Northern Research
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-04-08 - Publisher: Lulu.com
Andy Patterson is a 15 year old Saddle-making apprentice in Austin Texas, in 1886. The Capitol Building is being built nearby by stone cutters from Scotland. Someone is stealing the rancher's cattle. Can Andy help his family and neighbors?