In her essay “The Home: Rancho Santa Fe and Suburban Style,” Phoebe Kropp discusses the emergence of the Spanish colonial style in Southern California. This architectural style became the signature style of this region as many communities began to build that architecture. Kropp uses the San Diego community of Rancho Santa Fe to argue how this style has been taken advantage of by Anglo American’s as they have used it in their modern communities. Kropp addresses that while these communities have adapted the Spanish colonial architectural style they have also created a discriminatory community where not all of the Spanish history and culture are being included and welcomed.
Beyond the idea of communicating knowledge and narrative, another approach is to shift attention from theory to practice to see how structural or landscape elements could be seen as ‘performative’ in a spatial sense of Dicky White Lane. The landscape element is defined and treated in a new way as a tactic to perform the spatial and the integration within the space. In interval or ‘folly’ in the exposed brickworks of heritage city of Launceston and people’s working life, the intervention is to propose a landscape to cover some part of this hidden laneway. The sprouted geometric furnishings and the narrow laneway create the ambience in Dicky White Lane and where it encouraging the passer-by to freely participate with the space to lunch, chat, or picnic on this ‘pocket’ park. The impression is about
Harm de Blij’s Why Geography Matters: More Than Ever explains the necessity of geographic knowledge in today’s society and the need to further expand interactions within the United States and other countries. This novel expands on the economic, cultural, physical, and political geography of our nation. De Blij outlines on the importance of geographic thought by focusing on climate change, terrorism, the rise of states, and development in Africa.. I believe that while geography has proven to make a noticeable difference in the knowledge of our vast world, it will require an extensive amount of effort in order to make geography known.
Le Corbusier’s renowned building in the 1920s probably is Villa Savoye Poissy (1928-30) (Figure 1), there are tremendous impact on international modernism. Villa Savoye designed to be functional and to revolve around people’s daily lives. With its systematic efficiency, lack of ornamentation and clean lines. "Geometry is the language of man. ’’(Le Corbusier 1931 Towards a new architecture United states of America Dover Publication).He state that this new style aspired to represent what was thought to be machine age with “A house is a machine for living in.
David W. Krueger Lecture David Krueger talked about David Davy Crockett life. He started off during the 1830s. David Crockett lived in the West. He fought in the revolution. He was called the “self-made man”.
“There is nothing impossible to him who will try,” said Alexander the Great, a past king of an ancient Greek kingdom. In compliance with this powerful quote, are the life stories of Ernie Feld and Werner Klemke. Upon reading the articles of which describe their experiences, one may simply perceive the relationship both men have to World War II. It is evident, however, that there is an underlying message that persists to become known. Both Ernie Feld and Werner Klemke are unarguably representations of the truth that nothing is unattainable to those who believe they can achieve the impossible.
In the story The Rise of David Levinsky Book V by Abraham Cahan, as the narrator is on his way to America, he questions something as he is on the boat, “Who can explain the feeling of desolation, homesickness, uncertainty, and anxiety…(2).” The reader can recognize important words such as desolation, homesickness, uncertainty, and anxiety as a sign of the narrator being nervous of the new world. To explain the quote and the desolate tone of the author, an allusion is provided. In the which, it talks about - much like the narrator - the feeling of homesickness and uncertainty felt by the crew that traveled with Columbus on their journey to the new world. This gives us a visual and better comprehension of the narrator’s feelings.
In this essay i will be defining as well as describing the structure-agency of Captain De Koster as a police officer through the eyes of Altbeker. Reviewing and revealing social forces that impact the life of a police officer in a new democracy. According to Kendall D. Pg 19) “ he defines Social Structure as follows: Structure is the complex frame work of societal institutional ( such as the economy, politics and religion) and the social practices (such as rules and social roles that make up a society and that organize and establish limits on people’s behaviour.
We cannot deny that the death of Kitty Genovese was an absolute outrage and that it was something that should never have happened in the 20th century. Kitty was just a normal woman who lived her life in the city. The circumstances of Kitty’s death and also the details surrounding her death cause huge speculation and outrage which can be hugely linked to life in the city. This is the area in which Georg Simmel specialized and studied the effect of urban life on the individual. The death of Genovese occurred in 1964, leaving it hard to believe that it was only 52 years ago since this horrific tragedy occurred.
Samuel He Mr. Richard Humanities 5 October, 2016 How do the worlds of human geography and physical geography overlap? 1. Introduction Human geography and physical geography are the main two branches of geography. Human geography, also known as cultural geography, is the branch of the social sciences that deals with the world, its people and their communities, cultures, economies and interaction with the environment by noticing their relations with and across space and place (Johnston).