[Humanist] 24.309 new publications, and a question about photography

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Thu Sep 2 22:35:41 CEST 2010

                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 24, No. 309.
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  [1]   From:    Luis Gutierrez <luisgutierrez at peoplepc.com>               (33)
        Subject: Mother Pelican ~ Vol 6 No 9 September 2010

  [2]   From:    Willard McCarty <willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk>           (9)
        Subject: Trans-Asia Photography Review

        Date: Wed, 01 Sep 2010 22:33:43 -0400
        From: Luis Gutierrez <luisgutierrez at peoplepc.com>
        Subject: Mother Pelican ~ Vol 6 No 9 September 2010

The PelicanWeb's Journal of Sustainable Development has been renamed 
*Mother Pelican* in honor of the Human Being she represents.

The September 2010 issue has been posted, and this is the link to the 
front page: http://www.pelicanweb.org/solisustv06n09page1.html

     *The UN MDG Review Summit*
      1. The UN MDG Review Summit
      2. Review of the "Keeping the Promise" Report
      3. Opportunities for Collaboration/Participation
      4. Key References and Workings Documents
      5. Planned MDG Summit Meeting Agenda

The main focus of the September issue is an analysis of the main 
obstacles to sustainable development with specific focus on MDG3 (gender 
equality) and MDG8 (partnerships for development).

Supplements (September Updates):

      Supplement 1: Advances in Sustainable Development
      Supplement 2: Directory of Sustainable Development Resources
      Supplement 3: Sustainable Development Simulation (SDSIM)

The basic objective of this web-based simulation model is to stimulate 
discussion on policy priorities. Specifically, what is the top priority 
.... economic development or human development?  In other words, what 
are the trade-offs between pursuing further economic growth and 
investing in human well-being?


       Declaration of Independence from Wall Street, by David Korten
       Seizing the Moment for Clean Energy, by Ann Florini
       Towards a New Economy and a New Politics, by Gus Speth

Feedback to the editor is always welcome!


Luis T. Gutierrez, Ph.D.
The Pelican Web (http://pelicanweb.org)
Editor, PelicanWeb's Journal of Sustainable Development
A monthly, CC license, free subscription, open access e-journal

        Date: Fri, 03 Sep 2010 06:24:25 +1000
        From: Willard McCarty <willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk>
        Subject: Trans-Asia Photography Review

The following request raises an interesting question: what do 
photographers and scholars of photography have to say these days about 
the online medium? I would suppose that as yet we're nowhere near the 
degree of resolution that large-negative chemical photography can 
accomplish. From my own experience with low-end digital cameras, digital 
photography seems a very different medium in terms of the relationship 
between what one sees directly and the image one captures. Any comments?


The first issue of the Trans-Asia Photography Review - a peer-reviewed, 
open access online journal devoted to the discussion of photography from 
Asia - is now viewable at <http://tapreview.org>. The editors welcome 
proposals for articles, book reviews, online exhibitions and interviews.

With my best wishes,
Sandra Matthews

Sandra Matthews
Hampshire College, USA
Editor, Trans-Asia Photography Review

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