From: Tom Blancato <tblan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 30 Mar 1996 22:14:04 -0500 (EST)
Is it Iaian Chamber or Iaian Chambers?
"If you find me this evening speaking without reserve, pray
consider that you are only sharing the thoughts of a man who
allows himself to think audibly, and if you think that I seem
to transgress the limits that courtesy imposes upon me, pardon
me for the liberty I may be taking."
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, in a speech at the opening of the Hindu
University Central College, 1916
LA Times editorial, April 3,1995: "In fact, it is hard to
think of a coup or human rights outrage that has occurred in
[Latin America] in the past 40 years in which alumni of the
School of Americas were not involved."
On Sat, 30 Mar 1996, Ted Striphas wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Wasn't following along too closely to the nomad music discussion, but I
> just read a book that devotes part of a chapter to that very topic. The
> book is Iaian Chamber's _Migrancy, Culture, Identity_ (Routledge: New York and
> London, 1994). Check out chapter 5, "The Broken World: Whose Centre, Whose
> Periphery." The discussion isn't framed specifically in Deleuzian terms,
> though it is clearly informed by D/G's thought.