Culture

The symbols, or "webs of significance" (Weber) that "give regularity, unity and systematicity to the practices of a group" (Bourdieu, "Outline of a Theory of Practice"). The system of shared beliefs, values, customs, behaviours, and artifacts that the members of society use to cope with their world and with one another, and that are transmitted from generation to generation through learning (Boas). To study the way a particular set of phenomenon relate to ideology, nation, ethnicity, class, and gender, and vice versa. Stuart Hall: the dimension of meaning and the symbolic in the context of the social relationships in which symbols occur, which always implies questions of power relations (see 1998 interview at www.radicalphilosophy.com).

Anteneas out at RSA Memphis

Antennas out at RSA Memphi

Art, Theatre, and Babies

Art, Theatre, and Babies

Delso Baiting a Hook

Delso Baiting a Hook

Feeling Oxfordian

Feeling Oxfordian

Feeling the Tragedy of Loss

Feeling the Tragedy of Loss

Fishing in Belize

Fishing in Belize

New Mexico Magic

New Mexico Magic

Oxford Commons

Oxford Commons

Sewing art with Adelina

Sewing art with Adelina

Sewing

Sewing with Adelina

ure/Talking about the Standing Stones

Talking about the Standing Stones

the other 2

The Other 2

The Other

The Other

The Wall around Graceland

The Wall around Graceland

Thinking about Caligraphy

Thinking about Caligraphy

Up the road from the Parsonage

Up the road from the Parsonage

Virgin in a Bunker Orkney

Virgin in a Bunker Orkney