• ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Asia
    Extreme environments program
    City University, Hong Kong

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Europe
    Arbitration, language, and discourse
    University of Bergamo, Italy

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Oceania
    Global awareness of the environment
    La Trobe University, Australia

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    The Americas
    Documenting a Portuguese Creole
    Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    The Middle East
    Gender differentials in education
    Birzeit, Palestine

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    ASEAN: Purpose, Challenges, and Prospect

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Baker Tarpaga and Dafra
    West Africa / U.S.A.

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Bengal studies
    Tokyo, Japan

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Burning man
    Nevada, U.S.A.

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Confronting Gender and Faith
    Berlin, Germany

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Critical theory: Part 3

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Cultures of new India
    Brighton, United Kingdom

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Dr. Casta Tungaraza
    – Murdoch University, Australia

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Family planning: Part 1

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Humanities and Social science
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Humanities and Social sciences
    Paris, France

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Law language bank
    U.S.A.

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Layering Ontology: Part 1

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Literary criticism
    Istanbul, Turkey

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Macufe
    Bloemfontein, South Africa

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Mapping the Mosaic
    Greater Montreal, Quebec, Canada

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Media and Popular culture
    London, United Kingdom

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Noche de los museos
    Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Past forward
    Michigan, U.S.A.

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Professor Maria Luz Vilches
    – Atteneo De Manilla, The Philippines

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Rethinking cultural memory (1700-1850)
    Copenhagen, Denmark

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Revitalizing the Mosuo language
    Yunnan / Sichuan provinces, China

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    School of Humanities and Social sciences, MIT: Part B

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Tablelands Folk Festival
    Queensland, Australia

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Terengganu International Islamic Art festival
    Terengganu, Malaysia

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    The constitution of visual consciousness

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    The Dubai Cultural Project
    Dubai, UAE

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    The honorable Isaiya Kabira
    Kenya / Australia

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Tribal art fair
    Amsterdam, Holland

  • ISSUE   19 Sep 2015

    Women of Japan’s Tale of Genji
    Berkeley, U.S.A.

FEATURED ACADEMIC 1

Dr. Casta Tungaraza
– Murdoch University, Australia

Tanzanian, Dr. Casta Tungaraza had a rich phenomenological experiences throughout her formative years, evident in the roles she portrays and fulfills in the present. Child of a Tanzanian Cabinet minister, Casta Tungaraza had high exposure to the international community, a ... Read More

September 28, 2015

FEATURED ACADEMIC 2

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Professor Maria Luz Vilches
– Atteneo De Manilla, The Philippines

Professor Dr. Maria Luz C. Vilches, is Dean of the School of Humanities, and Associate Professor of English language and literature at Ateneo de Manila University. ... Read More

September 30, 2015

FEATURED RESEARCH

The Americas
Documenting a Portuguese Creole
Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil

The origins of Malacca Creole Portuguese lie in the strategies that the Portuguese adopted to cope with a critical manpower problem in their Asian colonies. The European Portuguese have always comprised small minorities in their colonies, drawing heavily on local peoples, free and enslaved, in maritime trade and in military ... Read More

September 9, 2015

FEATURED STRATEGIST

The honorable Isaiya Kabira
Kenya / Australia

Isaiya Kabira is the High Commissioner of Kenya to the Commonwealth of Australia and New Zealand. Kabira graduated from the University of Nairobi, where he was awarded a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Anthropology in 1990. Between 1990 and 2002, he undertook study on broadcast journalism in the USA, U.K., Germany, and China. In 2008 he attended intensive ... Read More

September 16, 2015

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Critical theory: Part 3
October 26, 2015

ONTOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

Layering Ontology: Part 1
September 1, 2015

ACADEMIA IN SOCIETY 1

Law language bank
U.S.A.

The Law language bank, developed by Seattle University, has served a central purpose in many respects in community. Law students at Seattle university, Professor Janet Ainsworth, the academic heading this ... Read More

September 13, 2015

ACADEMIA IN SOCIETY 2