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Courses – SS 2017 PS Representations of London in Contemporary British Literature – List of Topics Discussed

Sommer Semester 2017, RWTH Aachen University Proseminar: Representations of London in Contemporary British Literature Week 15 (Last session, 26 July 2017, Wednesday) A review of topics discussed in the course  

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Theory – Space – Organic Space – Shape

Wednesday, 1 February 2012 Organic and geometric shapes ORGANIC and GEOMETRIC SHAPES___________________________________ A shape is an element of art. Specifically, it is an enclosed space, the boundaries of which are defined by other elements of art (i.e.: lines, colours, values, textures, etc.). Shapes are limited to two dimensions: length and width.     1. Geometric shapes: … Continue reading Theory – Space – Organic Space – Shape

Summaries – “The Cognitive Theory of Character Reception” (2013), Ralf Schneider

Schneider, Ralf. “The Cognitive Theory of Character Reception: An Update Proposal.” Anglistik: International Journal of English Studies, vol. 2, 2013, edited by Renate Brosch, Universitätsverlag Heidelberg, pp. 117-134. Selected information: Schneider - The Cognitive Theory of Character Reception - Summary 20150625 Date: 25 June 2017

Summaries – “Reconceptualizing foregrounding – Identifying response strategies to deviation in absorbing narratives”, Bálint et al. (2016)

Bálint. Katalin, Frank Hakemulder, Moniek Kuijpers, Miruna Doicaru, and Ed S. Tan. “Reconceptualizing Foregrounding - Identifying Response Strategies to Deviation in Absorbing Narratives” Scientific Study of Literature, vol. 6, no. 2, 2016, pp. 176-207. Summary (Part 1): Balint et al. Identifying response strategies to deviation in absorbing narratives (2016) - summary part 1 response strategies Date: … Continue reading Summaries – “Reconceptualizing foregrounding – Identifying response strategies to deviation in absorbing narratives”, Bálint et al. (2016)

Courses – Big Data: Measuring and Predicting Human Behaviour, by The University of Warwick

Source: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/big-data/3/steps/169923 Excerpt: What will you learn? We increasingly rely on networked computer systems and smart cards to support our everyday activities, and everything we do generates data – whether buying bread at the supermarket, taking a ride on public transport, or calling a friend for a chat. This data is opening up a new … Continue reading Courses – Big Data: Measuring and Predicting Human Behaviour, by The University of Warwick