Latest publications:
Andy Warhol and the Drifting of Contemporary Culture

This article, through the bias of critical semiotic and the post-structuralist perspective, analyzes the work of Andy Warhol, more specifically the one entitled "Twenty Marilyns."

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Published online: September 12, 2014

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Cultural Heritage and the Panorama: From Painting to Imaging

By providing an overview of the panorama both within a historical and technical context, this paper analyzes past, present, and potential future applications of the panorama for cultural heritage purposes.

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Published online: September 12, 2014

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Using a Concept Map for Collaborative Learning in Visual Culture Education: Experiences in an Undergraduate Visual Culture Course in Turkey

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Published online: September 5, 2014

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Learning to Change Together: The Social Context of Architectural Learning

Using international models of learning, this paper explores the influence of the social context in architectural education and discusses the opportunities to support behavioral change through learning.

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Published online: September 5, 2014

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The Resilient Body in Social Circus: Father Jesus Silva, Boris Cyrulnik, and Peter A. Levine

Social circus offers a highly effective path to recovery for people who have suffered trauma. This paper looks at the convergence of thinking leading to the development of social circus.

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Published online: September 5, 2014

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Nurturing Hope: Capturing Mental Illness on Video, the Caregiver’s Role

A documentary that captures narratives of family members who support a family member who has a mental illness presents challenges. An ethical framework of working enables participants to speak.

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Published online: August 27, 2014

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Learning from Experience: The Social Value of Contextually Situated Architecture

Vernacular architecture, originating from distinctive cultural memories, can facilitate the synthesis of spatial cognition, contextual aesthetics, and settlement patterns expanding the possibility for a situated relationship between society and artifact.

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Published online: August 27, 2014

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Intercultural Dialogues between the EU and Turkey through Contemporary Art Projects

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Published online: August 27, 2014

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The Extendable Museum: Art Prosthetics Overlaid on the Natural and Urban Environments in the First Granada Millennium Biennale Event

Some of the features of recent artistic creation, such as the hybridisation of languages, interdisciplinarity, diversification of materials, have expanded beyond their traditional repositories into a proliferation of alternative spaces.

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Published online: August 27, 2014

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Visual Narrations in Public Space: Codifying Memorials in Cyprus

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