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The role of working memory in children’s ability for prosodic discrimination
Arthur Stepanov, Karmen Brina Kodrič, Penka Stateva, 2020, original scientific article

Abstract: Previous research established that young children are sensitive to prosodic cues discriminating between syntactic structures of otherwise similarly sounding sentences in a language unknown to them. In this study, we explore the role of working memory that children might deploy for the purpose of the sentence-level prosodic discrimination. Nine-year old Slovenian monolingual and bilingual children (N = 70) were tested on a same-different prosodic discrimination task in a language unknown to them (French) and on the working memory measures in the form of forward and backward digit span and non-word repetition tasks. The results suggest that both the storage and processing components of the working memory are involved in the prosodic discrimination task.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: multilingualism, working memory, phonology
Published: 10.03.2020; Views: 1094; Downloads: 47
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PRESERVING THE POSTMEMORY OF THE GENOCIDE: THE ARMENIAN DIASPORA’S INSTITUTIONS IN PLOVDIV
Giustina Selvelli, 2018, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper intends to shed light on the memory of the Armenian Genocide among the Armenian diaspora in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. I will focus on the patterns of promoting remembrance found in the local Armenian press and literature, on initiatives of the Armenian General Benevolent Union/Parekordzagan (AGBU) to celebrate the ninetieth and hundredth anniversaries of the Genocide, and on analyzing the cityscape of Plovdiv in terms of the monuments, the museum, and the cemetery of its Armenian community. To that end, I will employ information collected during interviews, articles from Plovdiv’s main Armenian newspaper, and data I gathered while visiting the community’s public spaces. I will demonstrate the importance of collective memory and remembrance of the Genocide to the preservation of the internal cohesion of the Armenian community of Plovdiv and its ethnic identity. Taking a socio-anthropological approach, I will argue that the maintenance and promotion of a specific “postmemory” of the Genocide depends heavily on the activities and initiatives of the main diaspora organization, the AGBU, on its selection of specific symbols, and on the emotional content of its communications.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...paper intends to shed light on the memory of the Armenian Genocide among the Armenian...
Keywords: Armenian Genocide, Bulgaria, collective memory, commemorative practices, diaspora
Published: 19.06.2020; Views: 991; Downloads: 0
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The Partisan Counter-Archive: Retracing the Ruptures of Art and Memory in the Yugoslav People's Liberation Struggle.
Gal Kirn, 2020, scientific monograph

Abstract: Mere decades after the dissolution of Yugoslavia, the promise of European democracy seems to be out of joint. What has become of the once-shared memory of victory over fascism? Historical revisionism and nationalist propaganda in the post-Yugoslav context have tried to eradicate the legacy of partisan and socialist struggles, while Yugonostalgia commodifies the partisan/socialist past. It is against these dominant ‘archives’ that this book launches the partisan counter-archive, highlighting the symbolic power of artistic works that echo and envision partisan legacy and rupture. It comprises a body of works that emerged either during the people's liberation struggle or in later socialist periods, tracing a counter-archival surplus and revolutionary remainder that invents alternative protocols of remembrance and commemoration. The book covers rich (counter-)archival material – from partisan poems, graphic works and photography, to monuments and films – and ends by describing the recent revisionist un-doing of the partisan past. It contributes to the Yugoslav politico-aesthetical “history of the oppressed” as an alternative journey to the partisan past that retrieves revolutionary resources from the past for the present. "The material of this archive of anti-fascist struggle in what would become Yugoslavia bursts with vitality. Through photographs, poems, drawings, dance, and song, we live the terrors and joys of these young women and men who risked their lives for freedom. This is brilliant work, a rescue of local history passed over by official memory, that sustains an unrelenting focus on questions of right or wrong in political struggle, and it is the archival evidence that provides the answers. Kirn’s account is urgent reading, given the racialized nationalism of our time." – Susan Buck-Morss, CUNY Graduate Center  "The Partisan Counter-Archive is a politically outstanding art history. But it is also an insightful political history based on joining the dots between oppressive and emancipatory cultural narratives. The outcome of exemplary research, the book describes and explains the excision of Yugoslavia’s antifascist struggles from public memory all the way to the legitimisation of fascism in the region today. As such, this intellectual effort is highly relevant to understanding the global advance of totalitarian capitalism in the 21st century, the techniques of anti-communism and their ties to nationalism, but also the role of history-writing in countering our predicament. And a warning: this is an affective read, as the injustice perpetrated against the antifascist dead is made palpable. If you feel political anger, it is justified; and it can be used to change our history-to-be." – Angela Dimitrikaki, The University of Edinburgh
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: Partisan art, memory of revolution, critique of historical revisionism, partisan surplus, Yugoslav People's Liberation Struggle, cultural empowerment, Yugoslav socialism, partisan monuments
Published: 19.08.2020; Views: 923; Downloads: 0
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Nights of the Dispossesed: Riots Unbound
Natasha Ginwala, niloufar tajeri, Gal Kirn, 2020, professional monograph

Abstract: SHARE PUB DATE: October 2020 ISBN: 9781941332634 256 pages FORMAT: Paperback LIST PRICE: $25.00£22.00 ADD TO CART Nights of the Dispossessed Riots Unbound Edited by Natasha Ginwala, Gal Kirn, and Niloufar Tajeri Columbia Books on Architecture and the City MAIN REVIEWS CONTENTS EXCERPT LINKS AWARDS Riots are extraordinary events that have been recurring with increasing frequency and that occupy a highly controversial space in the political imagination. Despite their often negative portrayals, it is undeniable that riots have played a pivotal role in the confrontation between authority and dissent. Recently, with the deepening crises of capitalism, racial violence, and communal tension, an “age of riots” has powerfully begun. As master fictions of the sovereign nation-state implode and the hegemonic silencing of the dispossessed reveals the cracks in governability, Nights of the Dispossessed brings together artistic works, political texts, critical urban analyses, and research projects from across the world in an endeavor to “sense,” chronicle, and think through recent riots and uprisings—evoking a phenomenology of the multitude and surplus population.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...riots, uprisings, dissent, impossible memory on riots, form of riots, riotous art,...
Keywords: riots, uprisings, dissent, impossible memory on riots, form of riots, riotous art, art on riots, political theory of riots, surplus population, crowd
Published: 19.08.2020; Views: 947; Downloads: 0
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Iconoclastic Ruptures: Black Lives Matter and the cleansing of colonial memory
Gal Kirn, 2020, polemic, discussion, commentary

Abstract: The removal of racist and oppressive pasts through the toppling of monuments standing in the epicentres of colonial and slave dominions, the US, UK and across Europe, has ruffled the feathers of leading conservative politicians, historians and even some ‘liberal’ thinkers and representatives, who claim that historical revisionism should not come with ‘erasure’ and iconoclasm. Conservative discourse calls this activity looting, saying that ‘the mob’ commits violent actions against society, its order and property, in the same way rioters loot our tradition and monumental legacy. As a scholar of partisan, socialist and postsocialist transition, focusing on the postsocialist cleansing of memory, I would like to compare these two historical moments: 1990s postsocialist memorial revisionism with the current iconoclasm of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: colonial memory, historical revisionism, fall of berlin wall, postsocialism, erasure, poetic justice
Published: 25.08.2020; Views: 1080; Downloads: 0
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Yugoslavian Partisan Memorials: Between Memorial Genre, Revolutionary Aesthetics and Ideological Recuperation
Gal Kirn, Robert Burghardt, 2011, short scientific article

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...partisan monuments, Yugoslavia, revolutionary memory, hibridity, case studies of monument, Kozara, Petrova...
Keywords: partisan monuments, Yugoslavia, revolutionary memory, hibridity, case studies of monument, Kozara, Petrova Gora
Published: 20.08.2020; Views: 894; Downloads: 0
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Mediatisation of the Yugoslav Partisan Struggle: Towards a new Counter-Archive
Gal Kirn, 2020, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...counter-archive, critique of revisionism, mediatisation of memory, partisan struggle, case studies, partisan poem, monument....
Keywords: counter-archive, critique of revisionism, mediatisation of memory, partisan struggle, case studies, partisan poem, monument.
Published: 04.09.2020; Views: 960; Downloads: 0
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Built to Be Torn Down, Fed to Be Starved, Resurrected to Be Disposed Of
Gal Kirn, Niloufar Tajeri, 2021, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...class and race in analysis of riots, memory of uprisings, dissent...
Keywords: riot from above, urban regeneration, urban destruction, the dispossessed, riotous subject, surplus population, class and race in analysis of riots, memory of uprisings, dissent
Published: 05.01.2021; Views: 684; Downloads: 0
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Multiresponsive nonvolatile memories based on optically switchable ferroelectric organic field-effect transistors
Martin Herder, Alex Dixon, Marco Carroli, Egon Pavlica, Stefan Hecht, Gvido Bratina, Emanuele Orgiu, Paolo Samorì, 2021, original scientific article

Abstract: Organic transistors are key elements for flexible, wearable, and biocompatible logic applications. Multiresponsivity is highly sought‐after in organic electronics to enable sophisticated operations and functions. Such a challenge can be pursued by integrating more components in a single device, each one responding to a specific external stimulus. Here, the first multiresponsive organic device based on a photochromic–ferroelectric organic field‐effect transistor, which is capable of operating as nonvolatile memory with 11 bit memory storage capacity in a single device, is reported. The memory elements can be written and erased independently by means of light or an electric field, with accurate control over the readout signal, excellent repeatability, fast response, and high retention time. Such a proof of concept paves the way toward enhanced functional complexity in optoelectronics via the interfacing of multiple components in a single device, in a fully integrated low‐cost technology compatible with flexible substrates.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...which is capable of operating as nonvolatile memory with 11 bit memory storage capacity in...
Keywords: organic transistors, memory, time-dependent
Published: 11.03.2021; Views: 571; Downloads: 0
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Beyond agreement: How syntactic features are assigned in real time
Arthur Stepanov, Julie Franck, Danil Khristov, Penka Stateva, 2021, published scientific conference contribution

Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: feature assignment, Slavic, sentence processing, agreement, working memory
Published: 21.06.2021; Views: 368; Downloads: 0
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