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Anthropology? What ‘Anthropology’?

In September 2018, Jarosław Gowin, Poland’s Minister of Science and Higher Education abolished anthropology as an academic discipline by an executive decree. …


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Indescision as creativity

In 2012, the Fryderyk Chopin Museum in Warsaw exhibited “Chopin at his most indecisive”, showing how Chopin continually revised his works with …


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Indescision as creativity

In 2012, the Fryderyk Chopin Museum in Warsaw exhibited “Chopin at his most indecisive”, showing how Chopin continually revised his works with …


→Recontextual

Indescision as creativity

In 2012, the Fryderyk Chopin Museum in Warsaw exhibited “Chopin at his most indecisive”, showing how Chopin continually revised his works with …


→Recontextual

Indescision as creativity

In 2012, the Fryderyk Chopin Museum in Warsaw exhibited “Chopin at his most indecisive”, showing how Chopin continually revised his works with …


→Recontextual

Transcribing Ottoman music

Until the19th century, music in the Ottoman Empire was based primarily on oral tradition. Compositions and playing styles were handed from generation …


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Transcribing Ottoman music

Until the19th century, music in the Ottoman Empire was based primarily on oral tradition. Compositions and playing styles were handed from generation …


→Recontextual

Transcribing Ottoman music

Until the19th century, music in the Ottoman Empire was based primarily on oral tradition. Compositions and playing styles were handed from generation …


→Recontextual

Transcribing Ottoman music

Until the19th century, music in the Ottoman Empire was based primarily on oral tradition. Compositions and playing styles were handed from generation …


→Recontextual