Neoclassics

12 Dec 18
Lifewood

12.12.2018 – Welcome to Arad Arad is the capital city of Arad County, historically situated in the region of Crișana, and having recently extended on the left bank of the Mureș river, in Banat region of western Romania. Today, Arad is an important industrial center and transportation hub, as well as home to two universities, a Romanian Orthodox theological seminary, a […]

11 Dec 18
thecharmingblogger

When one hears the name Iloilo, it’s usually food that comes to mind–La Paz Batchoy, Pansit Molo, and Butterscotch. Secondary to that is the annual Dinagyang Festival. But there’s more to Iloilo than just its food and festivities. Iloilo is a province that’s rich in culture and history, and its centuries-old churches and heritage houses […]

10 Dec 18
Ian Prowse and Amsterdam

Here is the magnificent cover to the brand new Ian Prowse LP ‘Here I Lie’. This 1824 painting, of Joan Of Arc by French Neoclassic artist Paul Delaroche, acts as a sister cover to the Fireworks album which Delaroche also created. The vinyl version (which includes a gatefold sleeves with lyrics) is particularly striking. Pre […]

10 Dec 18
Emma's Blog

After viewing the galleries in the centre of town, we walked along to the west end to visit both the modern art galleries. Modern art gallery one- We first travelled to the Modern Gallery one, this housed in a neoclassic building, designed by William Burn in 1825. The Pig Rock Bothy is on the grounds […]

08 Dec 18
Region VI Western Mindanao

The province of Iloilo in the region of western Mindanao has many offers to you. Its a province full of historical sites, offers great food, fun activities and many more. not only that but you can also experience there culture wit the various festival held in this province. How to get to Iloilo Iloilo International Airport […]

07 Dec 18
Courney Brunner Scammer

Party up, Old Havana Style Old Havana has earned the reputation of being a party destination, but it uniquely offers travellers historic sites and architectural gems packed in narrow, endlessly interesting streets. Made a World Heritage Site only in the 1980s, the neighborhood has been the heart of Cuba since Spain commanded fleets in the […]

04 Dec 18
SARAH LAWRENCE POLITICAL REVIEW

By Mohamed Camara  The Law and Political Economy tradition, like the New Institutional Economy, agrees that institutions lead to economic development because markets are regulated by institutions, or, “humanly devised constraints that structure human interactions.”1 The Law and Political Economy tradition, like the New Institutional Economy, agrees that institutions lead to economic development because markets are […]

30 Nov 18
Pusang Gala

A STEADY DRIZZLE STARTS TO FALL ON COPENHAGEN on a gloomy Wednesday morning. I’m walking along the Stroget district’s cobblestone paths with a group of other tourists. “There’s one thing predictable about the weather here, and that’s it’s unpredictable,” says Alan. Our Danish guide is leading a small group of us through the narrow alleys of […]

29 Nov 18
ianrmillard

Background As some of my readers will know, I was from 1991 to 2008 a working barrister (sometimes in practice in England, sometimes employed by international law firms); I was also nominally a barrister, but neither practising nor employed, from 2008-2016. In 2016, I was disbarred by reason of a malicious Jew-Zionist complaint against me […]

27 Nov 18
my website

All day, all night. These are the best times to be in the beautiful city of Manhattan. Brisk blue skies yet a comforting breeze to accompany you through your travels whether it be an ecstatic shopping spree in Westfield world centre trade, the best shopping centre in the world would I add, or if you’d […]

23 Nov 18
Out in the City

Trips & Adventures – 22 November 2018 Stoke-on-Trent is the home of the pottery industry in England and is made up of six towns: Hanley, Burslem, Fenton, Longton, Stoke-upon-Trent, and Tunstall, each having its own town hall. We were welcomed to Stoke-on-Trent by Josiah Wedgwood, whose statue stands outside the train station. He was the English potter, most associated with the […]

23 Nov 18
The GLOCAL Experience

*Featured image: Our group presenting our project idea of creating a land-sharing platform. Vienna, 2018 As I mentioned in my last post, this past summer I participated in two summer schools and one workshop concerning alternative and environmental economic theories. With this post, I will be sharing my experiences at these summer schools in hopes […]

18 Nov 18
remainsofthehackneyed

St. Thomas Chathedral was opened to public worship in 1718, while its foundation was laid way back in 1676. Featuring beautiful Gothic and Neoclassic architecture, the St. Thomas Cathedral was the first Anglican church to have ever been built in Mumbai. The walls of the church, apart from mesmerising glass paintings, are adorned with marble […]