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Aspects of the aesthetics of hausa verbal art
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In art therapy sessions the moments of not-doing are equally important as the moments of doing, just as silences are in verbal analytic sessions. Art Therapy: Selected full-text books and articles Introduction to Art Therapy: Sources and Resources By Judith A. Rubin Routledge, ERIC Identifier: ED Publication Date: Author: Hagaman, Sally Source: ERIC Clearinghouse for Social Studies/Social Science Education Bloomington IN., Adjunct ERIC Clearinghouse for Art Education Bloomington IN.. Aesthetics in Art Education: A Look Toward Implementation. ERIC Digest. Aesthetics, or the philosophy of art, is perhaps the most troublesome discipline advocated in .
Aesthetics and Philosophy of Arts. Aesthetic Experience and Verbal Art. Hugo Roeffaers University of Antwerp [email protected] ABSTRACT: In this paper I intend to present a philosophical account of what is commonly called verbal or literary art. Starting from the Hegelian conception of language and of the aesthetic experience, I shall argue that literary, and more specifically poetic. The anthropology of art studies and analyses the wide range of material objects produced by people around the world. These are considered not merely as aesthetic objects but are understood to play a wider role in people's lives, for instance in their beliefs and rituals. The materials studied include sculpture, masks, paintings, textiles, baskets, pots, weapons, and the human body itself.
Mikhail Mikhailovich Bakhtin (/ b ʌ x ˈ t iː n /, Russian: Михаи́л Миха́йлович Бахти́н, pronounced [mʲɪxɐˈil mʲɪˈxajləvʲɪtɕ bɐxˈtʲin]; 16 November [O.S. 4 November] – 7 March ) was a Russian philosopher, literary critic and scholar who worked on literary theory, ethics, and the philosophy of writings, on a variety of subjects. 1. Metaphysical foundations of existentialist aesthetics. The term “aesthetics” as it first emerged in modern philosophy (in A. G. Baumgarten’s Aesthetica) encompassed the theory of perception, the theory of beauty and the theory of remained true of all classical philosophical aesthetics in the late 18 th and 19 th centuries. In this brand of aesthetics, the aesthetic.
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Hausa belongs to the Chadic languages and is the most widely spoken language in West Africa. The present book focuses on verbal art in Hausa. Important aesthetic aspects, like rhythm, metaphor, tension and morality, are : L. Hunter, C.E.
Oumarou. The present book focuses on verbal art in Hausa. Important aesthetic aspects, like rhythm, metaphor, tension and morality, are explored. The six chapters deal with those aspects, using abundant examples from narrative, poetics and film. The figure of the trickster, which is introduced at the start of the book, shows what makes a text a piece of art and a storyteller an artist.
Aspects of the aesthetics of Hausa verbal art. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Linda Hunter; Chaibou Elhadji Oumarou. Towards a Hausa verbal aesthetic: Aspects of language about using language Article (PDF Available) in Journal of African Cultural Studies 11(2) December with Reads.
This paper examines the terminology of Hausa metalanguage in verbal art, the discourse about language in verbal art, and the social function of that discourse in Hausa society. The primary sources are the language in oral narratives; the language of bori, the Hausa system of possession‐trance; and the language used in the performances of two contemporary Hausa oral poets from by: 8.
Search this site: Humanities. Architecture and Environmental Design; Art History. Aspects of the Aesthetics of Hausa Verbal Art. Koln: Rüdiger Koppe Verlag. [Paper reference 6] 9. Knipp, T. Poetry as Autobiography: Society and Self in Three Modern West African Poets.
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Unsophisticated and art-trained individuals’ initial aesthetic reaction to an artwork, just as with many types of non-aesthetic everyday stimuli, constitutes the first stage of a broad two-stage processing framework of aesthetic experience with visual art proposed by this author and his colleagues (e.g., Locher et al.
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African literature - African literature - Hausa: The first novels written in Hausa were the result of a competition launched in by the Translation Bureau in northern Nigeria.
One year later the bureau published Muhammadu Bello’s Gandoki, in which its hero, Gandoki, struggles against the British colonial regime. Bello does in Gandoki what many writers were doing in other parts of Africa. Aspects of the aesthetics of Hausa verbal art.
Köln: Rüdiger Köppe, c Köln: Rüdiger Köppe, c ( p.) [English analysis, with Hausa texts & English translation.]. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The grammar covers such expected topics as tonology, noun plurals, and verbal tense/aspect as well as often neglected topics, including verbal idioms, proper names, and language games.
Newman also incorporates historical linguistic notes that explain and explicate current Hausa phenomena, especially puzzling anomalies, in terms of their Chadic Reviews: 2. Towards a Hausa verbal aesthetic: Aspects of language about using language Chaibou Elhadji Oumarou; This paper examines the terminology of Hausa metalanguage in verbal art.
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handling media, materials and art language, to enrich their aesthetic and artistic experience, and to cultivate positive individual and social values and attitudes through the learning of visual arts making.
Learning Objectives The learning objectives in the two strands are categorized into three aspects. One of the issues underlying current debates between practitioners of art history, visual culture and aesthetics is whether the visual is a unique, irreducible category, or whether it can be assimilated with the textual or verbal without any significant loss.
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Hunter, Linda & Chaibou Elhadji Oumarou (): Aspects of aesthetics of Hausa verbal art Hutchison, John Priestley (): Syntactic similarities across language families: a case from Hausa and Kanuri Ibrahim, Muhammadu Sani (/84): Are-aren kalmomi cikin hausa.Hausa is spoken by some 35 million people as a first language and approximately 15 million more as a second language.
Paul Newman, a world authority on the Hausa language, draws on two centuries of Hausa linguistic scholarship to provide the most authoritative and Missing: aesthetics.Philosophy of art - Philosophy of art - Verbal art: The art of literature is clearly different from both visual and auditory art.
There are sound values in poetry, particularly when read aloud, but literature as sound alone would be the most poverty-stricken of arts. What makes the sounds of poetry effective is (at least 99 percent) knowledge of the meanings of the words heard.