Thobias Sarbunan deposited FIELD STUDY REPORT OF MUSIC ARTS CURRICULUM AT THREE LEVELS OF EDUCATION UNITS IN MALUKU PROVINCE 2023 (INDEPENDENT PROJECT IN GROUPS-END OF EVEN SEMESTER 2023/CURRICULUM SUBJECT) in the group Curriculum Development on Humanities Commons 1 day, 21 hours ago
The Merdeka Belajar Curriculum is a policy put out by the Indonesian Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology (Kemendikbudristek) to raise the standard of education in the country. The Merdeka Belajar curriculum aims to give schools the autonomy to tailor their curricula to their pupils’ needs and strengths. The…[Read more]
Thobias Sarbunan deposited Lecture Topics on the Importance of Literacy Culture and Its Relation to Curriculum: Implementing the Merdeka Belajar Curriculum in Learning and Strengthening Evaluation of Learning Literacy Culture in the group Curriculum Development on Humanities Commons 2 days, 21 hours ago
Literacy culture helps pupils learn. Students typically need help finding difficult-to-understand English reading materials, making it challenging to find the newest information, research, or even get fresh ideas.
The writers of this publication develop and translate literacy culture second-reading materials to overcome this issue. This…[Read more]
Monica H. Green deposited Shifting Paradigms in Black Death Chronologies in the group Medieval Studies on Humanities Commons 1 week, 2 days ago
This blogpost summarizes findings presented at a talk at Erfurt University on 16 May 2023, in the series KFG “Religion and Urbanity: Reciprocal Formation,” Global Exchange: Trade, Knowledge, and Religion. In this blogpost we present our key argument that rigorous correlation between archaeological, genomic, and documentary evidence dem…[Read more]
Albert R Haig deposited Dialectic as ostension towards the transcendent: Language and mystical intersubjectivity in Plotinus’ Enneads in the group Religious Studies on Humanities Commons 4 weeks, 1 day ago
The theory of language that underlies Plotinus’ Enneads is considered in relation to his broader metaphysical vision. For Plotinus, language is neither univocal nor equivocal, but is something in-between, incapable of precisely describing reality, but nonetheless not completely useless. Propositional knowledge expressed discursively represents a…[Read more]
Thobias Sarbunan deposited Cambridge University Press Quickly Replies with Subscription Information in the group Curriculum Development on Humanities Commons 1 month ago
The following summary below reflects “Tangible insights on the strategising of language learners and users”, published by Cambridge University Press recently (Cohen et al., 2023, pp. 1-20).
Thobias Sarbunan deposited Language Choices Mirror in the group Curriculum Development on Humanities Commons 1 month ago
Elsevier’s “TEACHING AND TEACHER EDUCATION: An International Journal of
Research and Studies” (TEACHING AND TEACHER EDUCATION: An International
Journal of Research and Studies, 2023) is the source for the following explanation of
the language characteristic of a scientific article.
Stephen Hewer deposited Epistemology of Translation: Erasing Viscountesses and Viscounts from High Medieval Legal Records, Selective ‘Anglo-Saxonism’, and Teleology in the group Medieval Studies on Humanities Commons 1 month, 1 week ago
By applying translation theories and discourse analysis to the study of thirteenth-century English law, it is apparent that some of the terms used in secondary works and printed editions of primary sources are not based on the actual manuscript sources but instead modern biases (intersecting ethnicity and gender). The knock-on effect of this…[Read more]
Thobias Sarbunan deposited To what degree does your course content fulfil the need for English language abilities in the workplace? in the group Curriculum Development on Humanities Commons 1 month, 1 week ago
English for specific and academic purposes is a major concern said (Cates, 2004) of the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL), and the following issues are helping to expand the notion of distributing ESP and EAP curricula adequately in the middle of the new normal throughout the globe in the year 2023.
Stefan Münnich started the topic Taller: Introducción al MEI (en espanol) / Workshop: Intro to MEI (in Spanish) in the discussion Music Encoding Initiative on Humanities Commons 1 month, 1 week ago
Como parte de las actividades por los diez años de la AAHD organizamos este taller en el marco de la semanaHD 2023! / As part of the 10th anniversary celebration of the Asociación Argentina de Humanidades Digitales (AAHD) this event will take place during the week of Digital Humanities 2023.
Fecha/Date: 12/05/2023 (May 12, 2023)
Hora/Time: 2pm C…[Read more]
Pramod Ranjan deposited Not a riot, Repression in the group Religious Studies on Humanities Commons 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Analysis of the communal violence that took place on September 14, 2011 in Gopalgarh town of Rajasthan
Alejandro Quintero deposited The Many Faces of God: Astrotheology of the Bible in the group Religious Studies on Humanities Commons 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Angels, as mythical beings, appear and disappear suddenly throughout Biblical Texts, without any clear explanation of their origins or metaphysical ranks. Whether they are considered circumstantial theophanies or entities with granted self-existence and specific divine functions; such metaphysical entities have a vital presence in the religious…[Read more]
Mohammed Gharioua deposited “ Abu Arwas poem ” by Mohammed Gharioua & Abd jlil ould hammouya in the group Religious Studies on Humanities Commons 2 months ago
The literary text is born with its criticism methodology and its criticizer. The creator
stretches his hands out to the reader/criticizer to take their first step towards the text
and remove any ambiguity, symbolism, or metaphors that may be present.
He extends bridges between him and the society that produced the text, or bluff to
find the…[Read more]
Thobias Sarbunan deposited The Merdeka Belajar Curriculum in Democratization: Meetings 3 and 4 (Lecture notes for the Curriculum course) in the group Curriculum Development on Humanities Commons 2 months ago
The Merdeka Belajar program promotes freedom and autonomy in education, which are necessary for developing critical and reflective thinking to participate
actively in democratic processes. Moreover, independent learning programs can help close educational disparities and enable students to learn according to their
needs and interests. This…[Read more]
Thobias Sarbunan deposited Reflecting on the Philosophy of Science for the Development of Philosophical Curriculum Values (First Topic Lecture Notes) in the group Curriculum Development on Humanities Commons 2 months, 2 weeks ago
The foundation of designing a curriculum lies in its philosophy and concepts. In
Indonesia, the Merdeka Learning Curriculum policy is based on the principle that each
individual possesses a unique potential that must be fostered according to their
interests. The pandemic has led to changes in the curriculum, including addressing
issues with…[Read more]
Rosanna Cantavella deposited L’educació sexual a l’edat mitjana in the group Medieval Studies on Humanities Commons 2 months, 3 weeks ago
An introductory lecture for non-specialists on medieval schooltexts for sex education of pre-pubescent boys: Rota Veneris, Pamphilus De Amore and, especially, Facetus ‘Moribus et vita’, of which a most complete 13-14th century translation into Catalan survives. The author has published numerous scholarly papers and an academic book on this subject.
Paulino Capdepon deposited La capilla musical de la colegiata de Talavera de la Reina en la primera mitad del siglo XIX in the group Religious Studies on Humanities Commons 3 months ago
After the period of splendour experienced by the musical chapel of the Collegiate Church of Santa María la Mayor in Talavera de la Reina during the 18th century, we witnessed a period of decline, which was part of the crisis experienced by Spanish religious music during the 19th century. The effects of the War of Independence, the successive…[Read more]
Paulino Capdepon deposited La transición al siglo XIX en la Catedral de Jaén: el maestro de capilla Ramón Garay (1761-1823) [The transition to the 19th century in Jaén Cathedral: the maestro de capilla Ramón Garay (1761-1823)] in the group Religious Studies on Humanities Commons 3 months ago
This article focuses on the personal and artistic career of one of the most representative composers of Spain in the second half of the 18th century and the first third of the 19th century. Ramón Garay, born in 1761 in Asturias, held the post of Chapel Master of Jaén Cathedral for 36 fruitful years, which saw the birth of an extraordinary p…[Read more]
Paulino Capdepon deposited Decadencia e intentos de reforma de la música eclesiástica española en el siglo XIX [Decline and reform attempts of Spanish church music in the 19th century] in the group Religious Studies on Humanities Commons 3 months ago
This article focuses on the decline of Spanish ecclesiastical music from the beginning of the 19th century, coinciding with the outbreak of the War of Independence. This decline worsened as a result of the application of successive disentailments by the various liberal governments and the signing of the Concordat of 1851. To remedy this situation,…[Read more]
Dominik Waßenhoven deposited Sancta mater. Entstehungsumstände und Darstellungsabsichten der Vita Adelheids von Vilich in the group Medieval Studies on Humanities Commons 3 months, 1 week ago
Die Vita der heiligen Adelheid von Vilich, geschrieben um 1056/57, wird vor dem Hintergrund ihres Entstehungskontextes interpretiert.
Dominik Waßenhoven deposited Lotharingien und das ostfränkische Reich. Verschwägerung als politisches Mittel? in the group Medieval Studies on Humanities Commons 3 months, 1 week ago
Lotharingia and East Francia: Marriage as a Political Instrument? – Kings and nobles arranged marriages for their daughters in order to form or strengthen po- litical alliances. Historical writers of the tenth century interpreted the relations of the Ottonian kings Henry I and Otto I with the Lotharingian dukes Giselbert and Conrad the Red in t…[Read more]
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