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  • Open Access Catalan; Valencian
    Authors: 
    Fàbregas i Comadran, Xavier;
    Country: Spain

    Es presenta la història de l'Hostal de l'Arrupit, com a establiment i com a paratge. Inclou cartografia històrica i s'adjunta inventari notarial del 1803. Agraïments: A en Ricard Dilmé i Burjats, pels documents, mapes i comentaris. A Josep Maria Vila i al Dr. Josep Antoni Cerdà, per la identificació de la pisa catalana. A l'Arxiu Històric Comarcal de la Selva, de Santa Coloma de Farners, per l'inventari notarial de 1803. Al veí Narcís Figueras Roca (EPD), pels seus coneixements de l'Arrupit i de l'estany de Sils. A l'antic masover de l'Hostal de l'Arrupit, Quim Carreras Sarrat i al seu fill Jordi, pels seus records i informacions. Als veïns Joan Bosch, Quim Costabella, Patufo i Cisco, per les seves informacions. A Miquel Borrell i Sabater, per l'empenta historiadora. Se presenta la historia del Hostal de Arrupit, como establecimiento y como paraje. Incluye cartografía histórica y se adjunta inventario notarial de 1803.

  • Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Gutiérrez Ferrer, Noemí; Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Facultat de Traducció i d'Interpretació;
    Country: Spain

    En este trabajo se analizará el discurso orientalista presente en el continente ficticio Kara-Tur, perteneciente al juego de rol Dungeons & Dragons. Para ello, se empezará con una breve historia de los juegos de rol, y luego se pasará al análisis, donde se verán los tópicos orientalistas subyacentes en el texto de los manuales y su introducción dentro de la propia mecánica de juego. Finalmente, se establecerá una comparación con productos posteriores basados en Asia Oriental para analizar si respetan la realidad o si bien la siguen usando para aportar misterio y exotismo a la ficción cayendo en el orientalismo. En aquest treball s'analitzarà el discurs orientalista present al continent fictici Kara-Tur, pertanyent al joc de rol Dungeons & Dragons. Per a això, es començarà amb una breu història dels jocs de rol, i després es passarà a l'anàlisi, on es veuran els tòpics orientalistes subjacents en el text dels manuals i la seva introducció dins de la mateixa mecànica de joc. Finalment, s'establirà una comparació amb productes posteriors radicats en Àsia Oriental per a analitzar si respecten la realitat o si bé la continuen utilitzant per a aportar misteri i exotisme a la ficció recaient en l'orientalisme. In this work, we will analyze the orientalist discourse presented in the fictional continent Kara-Tur, belonging to the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. Thus, we will begin with a brief history of role-playing games, and, afterward, we will go on to the analysis, where we will see the underlying orientalist topics in the text of the manuals and their introduction within the gameplay itself. Finally, we will establish a comparison with later products based in East Asia to analyze whether they respect reality or whether they continue to use it to add mystery and exoticism to fiction, falling into orientalism.

  • Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Fàbregas i Comadran, Xavier;
    Country: Spain

    Se presenta una recopilación de la Formación en Inspección Veterinaria de mataderos en España (1986-2012), realizada en distintos formatos: cursos, jornadas, congresos, simposiums, conferencias, ponencias, seminarios, sesiones, reuniones, informes, documentos, etc. Se incluye también formación ocupacional y formación interna del Departament de Sanitat, de la Generalitat de Catalunya. Para su consulta en papel, las publicaciones y los documentos relativos a cada formación se encuentran depositados en la Biblioteca de la Facultat de Veterinària de la UAB y en el Fondo personal del autor, de la misma biblioteca, respectivamente. Para su consulta digital, muchos de ellos están disponibles en: https://ddd.uab.cat/collection/xfabregas y se ha indicado su link, con los materiales docentes empleados (fotos, etc.), en el mismo documento. Se incluye una sucinta bibliografía ""Halal"". Es presenta una recopilació sobre Formació en Inspecció Veterinària d'Escorxadors a Espanya (1986-2012). "

  • Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Fàbregas i Comadran, Xavier;
    Country: Spain

    Se presenta una recopilación de la Formación en Veterinaria de Salud Pública, principalmente en Catalunya (1987-2011), realizada en distintos formatos: cursos, jornadas, congresos, simposiums, conferencias, ponencias, seminarios, sesiones, reuniones, informes, documentos, etc. Se incluye también formación ocupacional y formación interna del Departament de Sanitat, de la Generalitat de Catalunya. Para su consulta en papel, las publicaciones y los documentos relativos a cada formación se encuentran depositados en la Biblioteca de la Facultat de Veterinària de la UAB y en el Fondo personal del autor, de la misma biblioteca, respectivamente. Para su consulta digital, muchos de ellos están disponibles en: https://ddd.uab.cat/collection/xfabregas y se ha indicado su link, con los materiales docentes empleados (fotos, etc.), en el mismo documento. Es presenta una recopilació sobre Formació en Veterinària de Salut Pública, principalment a Catalunya (1987-2011).

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
    Open Access
    Country: Spain
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Monicelli, Elena; Bergonzini, Elena; Merzi, Stefano; Rossi, Maria Elena; Venturi, Vilmer;
    Country: Spain

    This report has been submitted by Fondazione Scuola di Pace di Monte Sole (Italy) as deliverable D2.1 within the framework of H2020 project "SO-CLOSE: Enhancing Social Cohesion through Sharing the Cultural Heritage of Forced Migrations" Grant No. 870939. This report illustrates the main findings of the SO-CLOSE WP2 collective research, based on participatory methods and group reflections (co-creation and focus groups).The idea is to enlighten coherences and resources as well as questionable and problematic points, in order to help WP3, WP4 and WP5 with new and tested ideas together with suggestions to mitigate possible obstacles, misunderstandings and mistakes. The text starts illustrating a short analytical premise and it then covers the 4 main SO-CLOSE fields of interest: historical memory, social cohesion, cultural heritage and methods and tools for sharing between native and refugee/asylum seekers communities.

  • Open Access Japanese
    Authors: 
    Watanabe, Yoshirō;
    Country: Spain

    "Stories of Clay: The Lives and Works of Chosŏn Korean Potters in Tokugawa Japan" online exhibition, for the "Aftermath of the East Asian War of 1592-1598" project at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, ERC Horizon2020 grant agreement no.758347.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Hernandez Güell, Marc; Ananiadou, Elena;
    Country: Spain

    This report has been submitted by Tempesta Media SL as deliverable D1.3 within the framework of H2020 project "SO-CLOSE: Enhancing Social Cohesion through Sharing the Cultural Heritage of Forced Migrations" Grant No. 870939. This report aims to conduct research on the specific topics and needs of the SO-CLOSE project, addressing the available solutions through a state-of-the-art digital tools analysis, applied in the cultural heritage and migration fields. More specifically the report's scope is:To define proper tools and proceedings for the interview needs -performing, recording, transcription, translation. To analyse potential content gathering tools for the co-creation workshops. To conduct a state-of-the-art sharing tools analysis, applied in the cultural heritage and migration fields, and propose a critically adjusted and innovative digital approach.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dutceac Segesten, Anamaria; Nottrott, Lili; Lund University;
    Country: Spain

    This report has been submitted by Lund University (Sweden) as deliverable D4.1 within the framework of H2020 project "SO-CLOSE: Enhancing Social Cohesion through Sharing the Cultural Heritage of Forced Migrations" Grant No. 870939. This deliverable addresses relevant steps and considerations for the implementation of the three digital sharing tools developed in WP3 of the SO-CLOSE projects in the four locations of the cultural institutions. The implementation process will follow a strategy agreed upon by the consortium that emphasizes the role of curatorship each cultural institution will take on and highlights three specific areas of interest: Firstly, it is highly relevant for curators to make use of storytelling and embed chosen content in engaging narratives that attract audiences and create relevant spaces of meaning-making. The guidelines for storytelling emphasize the use of objects and narratives and how to embed those in digital storytelling. Secondly, for the SO-CLOSE context, cultural memory and the connection of past and present narratives are a focal point of our cultural heritage-making endeavours. How to create these connections especially in a context addressing sensitive and possibly triggering memories and narratives is also addressed in the form of guidelines. Thirdly, the SO-CLOSE project aims to create inclusive and accessible spaces, both online and offline. Therefore, the deliverable offers an overview of accessibility features relevant for SO-CLOSE activities and invites all cultural institutions to consider their approaches from an accessible point of view. Further sources for accessibility requirements and features are listed as well. The deliverable aims at informing the tool implementation process and offering actionable steps as well as theoretically informed considerations relevant for cultural institutions to take on the role of curator throughout the process.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Rodrigo, Javier,; Kasprowicz, Dominika; Hess, Karolina; Philipp, Ther; Priorelli, Giorgia; Morón, Sandra; Fytili, Magda;
    Country: Spain

    The book is part of the European project SO-CLOSE. Using multiple case studies, this book shows the historical centrality in contemporary Europe of the phenomenon of forced migration and displacement due to war, political persecution, or reasons such as gender identity. These case studies are accompanied by a study on the important role of ethnic cleansing in driving forced displacement in 20th-century Europe, written by the leading expert on refugee history in Europe, Philipp Ther, member of the SO-CLOSE Advisory Board. What we propose in this book is a sort of incomplete panorama that will help to resituate a phenomenon that is both contemporary and historical in historical narratives