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  • "It should be noted that Judge Goldstone comes from a millieu which is least sympathetic, and if his surname serves as an indication, we are exactly where we were with English officials and mining magnates from the previous century," Mr

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The last graf of your post brings to mind an analogy: "That, I think, separates the offensive personal-branding of cultural appropriation from the use of the other to bring home human truths that would be obscured by cultural baggage if told from the author's strict cultural millieu."

    Writing the Other

  • That, I think, separates the offensive personal-branding of cultural appropriation from the use of the other to bring home human truths that would be obscured by cultural baggage if told from the author's strict cultural millieu.

    Writing the Other

  • I read elsewhere today that "institutional historicizing almost inevitably excises the spirit of the original millieu it's trying to document"

    Rumblings of Change: The Future's So Loud, I Gotta Wear Earplugs

  • There's another hypothese a colleague has offered -- that Obama is bending over backwards not to make waves, to remain non-partisan, or rather, to maintain the lie of non-partisanism in this increasingly ugly, toxic partisan millieu that this 111th Congress has been marinating in.

    Printing: Why Holder and Obama have not fired the Bush Appointed, Rove-Vetted DOJ Attorneys

  • This discussion should also take account of the broader political/social millieu in the UK presently.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • The leadership millieu of a Saxby Chambliss cannot help but contribute to such vicous shenanigans.

    Georgia Needs a Nice Nerd December 2--A Post-Veteran's Day Meditation

  • But here goes anyway: the word I'm thinking of is deconstructionism, by which a literary work -- or for that matter, a political campaign -- does not and cannot have its own essence; instead, it can only reflect the cultural and political millieu surrounding it.

    Marc Kusnetz: Ephronology

  • If you grew up in a certain suburban millieu of the 70s, as I did, with parents who voted for George McGovern, took vacations in France, and watched public television, you knew even as a 10-year-old about Scenes from a Marriage, Bergman's 1973 made-for-TV series about the despairs of marital life was a huge hit on American TV and made its way, eventually to the big screen.

    Matt Cooper: Ingmar Bergman, Tom Snyder and the Lost 70s

  • There are scholars in America and Europe queueing to do rigorous research into how an informal production millieu has grabbed the imagination of an entire continent, but are Indians, Americans, Englishmen, Germans rooting for Nollywood as Kenyans, South Africans, Congolese and Ugandans do?

    Archive 2008-03-01

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