Archiving Loss

Archiving. Loss. Drawing together many stories from the archives of difficult
events and volatile histories, Archiving Loss: Holding Places for Difficult
Memories asks how we might cut and walk a path for memory, loss, and silence
in the archive.

Author: Martine Hawkes

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317103335

Category: Social Science

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Drawing together many stories from the archives of difficult events and volatile histories, Archiving Loss: Holding Places for Difficult Memories asks how we might cut and walk a path for memory, loss, and silence in the archive. The difficult events discussed in this book include state responses to refugees, events of genocide, alongside other less documented pockets of trauma, violence, and loss. This book describes the archives whose language and logic have shaped our ways we remember and respond to difficult events and the ways in which we expect memory and loss to be coherent, credible, and lead to clear conclusions. In asking what is missing and what is found in the archives of difficult events this book argues for the necessity of looking more closely at other ways of remembering loss and archiving memory.

Archives of Ophthalmology and Otology

In closing , we shall discuss the points which our cases present regarding those
transient losses of vision which are so ... Among the ninety - four cases published
to date , there are nineteen in which mention is made of transient loss of sight ...

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Governance of Picture Archiving and Communications Systems Data Security and Quality Management of Filmless Radiology

This list is broken down into major common groups as follows: Network • Local
network failure affecting connectivity to the computer room • Loss of connectivity
from the computer room to the entire trust • Loss of connectivity to PACS cluster ...

Author: Tong, Carrison K.S.

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1599046741

Category: Computers

Page: 366

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"This book examines information security management for the facilitation of picture archiving and communication systems"--Provided by publisher.

Archives of Medicine

76° C . Loss of temperature in each minute · · · · · · · . 0 . 10 0 . 10 0 . 05 0 . 05 0 .
05 0 . 04°C . Total loss of temperature in closure of aorta of six minutes ' duration
- 0 . 39° C . 1 II . 3 5 7 9 11 Temperature of blood . . . . 34 . 56 34 . 42 34 . 26 34 .

Author: Royal Wells Amidon

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Medical Archives

A stage little further on , and the blood from the vein ceases to begin to flow , the
heart becoming enfeebled , and fails to take up with sufficient force from the
venous reservoir the fluid contained in it , and the blood itself loses its sustaining
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Author: James C Whitehall

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Archives of Gynecology Obstetrics and Pediatrics

BLOOD - LOSS during Labor . — DR . SCHAUTA , in Lancet , has made a careful
investigation of the normal blood - loss during labor , and arrived at results which
show that in many cases of postpartum hemorrhage the cry of " wolf " has been ...

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Multimedia Storage and Archiving Systems

So , we lossy compress every KL basis function by Embedded Zerotree Wavelet (
EZW ) coding with essentially different loss that depends on the functions '
contribution in the images . The paper presents new fast low memory consuming
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The Humboldt Medical Archives

In accepting the teaching based on so large a record , I believe tha ' , after
impaction has occurred , a novice would be likely to do less damage to the soft
parts in applying the forceps or using than in leaving the case to nature , as is
frequently ...

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Annual Report Public Archives of Canada

Public Archives of Canada. ( Translation . ) NOTE Α . LETTER FROM ... Nothing
could rouse mo from the dejection caused by this loss , except the view of the
sanctifying designs of our Lord towards us . He gave me the blessing , having
gone ...

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Inventory of Federal Archives in the States

Numbor of bars , ucight boforo and citor molting , loss from molting , and woight
after clip . ( Novor . ) 12 x 16 vols . , 1 ft . 4 in . , on woodon sholf , R. E. ( 463 ) 225
. RECORD OF DEPOSITS RECEIVED BY EXPRESS , MAIL , ETC. , Oct. 2 , 1908
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Wilhelm Roux s Archives of Developmental Biology

This caused the loss of the graft in six instances – on the fifteenth, sixteenth,
twenty-first and twenty-seventh, and twice on the ... In only one instance was an
autoplastic graft lost late by crusting and this loss was probably due to the fact
that the ...

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The Archive of Loss

In The Archive of Loss Maura Finkelstein examines what it means for textile mill workers—who are assumed not to exist—to live and work during a period of deindustrialization.

Author: Maura Finkelstein

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ISBN: 9781478003687

Category: History

Page: 272

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Mumbai's textile industry is commonly but incorrectly understood to be an extinct relic of the past. In The Archive of Loss Maura Finkelstein examines what it means for textile mill workers--who are assumed to not exist--to live and work during a period of deindustrialization. Finkelstein shows how mills are ethnographic archives of the city where documents, artifacts, and stories exist in the buildings and in the bodies of workers. Workers' pain, illnesses, injuries, and exhaustion narrate industrial decline; the ways in which they live in tenements exist outside and resist the values expounded by modernity; and the rumors and untruths they share about textile worker strikes and a mill fire help them make sense of the industry's survival. In outlining this archive's contents, Finkelstein shows how mills, which she conceptualizes as lively ruins, become a lens through which to challenge, reimagine, and alter ways of thinking about the past, present, and future in Mumbai and beyond.

Report on Canadian Archives and on the System of Keeping Public Records

Public Archives of Canada. ( Translation . ) NOTE A. me LETTER ... Nothing
could rouso mo from the dejection caused by this loss , except the view of the
sanctitying designs of our Lord towards us . He gave me the blessing , having
gone to ...

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Archives of Psychology

Loss 8 0 8 14 1 1 14 0 2 13 1 9-58 2- 4 5-18 Gains Even Logs 72.5 % 5.0 % 22.5
% Total No. of Sub . jects Control Subjects Exceeding Average Gain of Imaginary
Practice Subjects Exceed . ing Average Gain of Actual Practice Subjects ...

Author: Robert Sessions Woodworth

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Inventory of the County Archives of Wisconsin

County Public Welfare Department Pension Administration ( 366 ) danger of
further impairment ocourring , with explanation , if any , under the heading of
remarks ; record of treatment , stating whether treatment would reduce loss of
vision and ...

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A M A Archives of Dermatology

Heat Balance in Two Patients F 43 years Erythroderma chronica Surplus of fluid
loss : 75 % Average skin temperature of body surface : 310 Loss of water vapor (
measured in Sauter balance ) : 0 . 96 gm , min . 1 . 30 kg . = cal / min . 0 . 46 kg .

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The Postcolonial Museum

What the archive is, what it produces and what its political and ideological
ramifications are – all important areas of inquiry – lead on to more all-embracing
questions: what is the purpose of the archive, what do we 'gain' or 'lose' in
archival ...

Author: Dr Alessandra De Angelis

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 1472415698

Category: Art

Page: 272

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This book examines how we can conceive of a ‘postcolonial museum’ in the contemporary epoch of mass migrations, the internet and digital technologies. The authors consider the museum space, practices and institutions in the light of repressed histories, sounds, voices, images, memories, bodies, expression and cultures. Focusing on the transformation of museums as cultural spaces, rather than physical places, is to propose a living archive formed through creation, participation, production and innovation. The aim is to propose a critical assessment of the museum in the light of those transcultural and global migratory movements that challenge the historical and traditional frames of Occidental thought. This involves a search for new strategies and critical approaches in the fields of museum and heritage studies which will renew and extend understandings of European citizenship and result in an inevitable re-evaluation of the concept of ‘modernity’ in a so-called globalised and multicultural world.

Archives of Otolaryngology

—Distribution of Masking Level Difference ( MLD ) as a Function of Degree of
Symmetric Hearing Loss at 500 Hz in 101 Hearing - impaired Patients Mean 9.21
8.04 6.34 2.06 1.19 Combined data of 31 subjects with conductive hearing loss ...

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Sensorineural Hearing Loss New Insights for the Healthcare Professional 2011 Edition

loss. A report, 'Modified intratympanic treatment for idiopathic sudden
sensorineural hearing loss,' is newly published data in European Archives of Oto-
rhino-laryngology. “Steroids are the only proven drugs in the treatment for
idiopathic ...

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ISBN: 1464908117

Category: Medical

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Archives of Surgery

... nearly all cells fatigued with marked loss of cytoplasm and eccen- | tric nuclei ;
cytoplasm very finely granular Outer two thirds of cortex shows loss of cytoplasm
and moderate vacuolation ; glomerular layer not SO much affected as the central
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Jan. issues, 1923-29, and Dec. issues, 1929-30, are each in two sections, section 2 containing the Transactions of the American Association for Thoracic Surgery, 5th-13th, 1922-30.