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The blog grew from a symposium on Art and Globalization: Urban Futures and Aesthetic Relations, which was held at RMIT University, Melbourne, in August 2009. The symposium was organized by the School of Art in association with the RMIT Global Cities Research Institute, Globalization and Culture programme, and convened by Elizabeth Grierson and Kristen Sharp, the two editors of this blog.

The aim of the symposium was to investigate the impacts of globalization by focusing on aesthetic relations as a key conduit for the expression of, and contribution to, the transformations of cities in context of twenty-first-century globalization. The papers presented at the symposium came from a range of research interests including fine art, art history, cultural studies, media studies, sociology, urban geography, media communications, design, landscape architecture, built environment and planning. Similar transdisciplinary research is informing this present blog, which draws together diverse disciplines and project examples to highlight the complex interactions in contemporary processes of globalization as experienced in the urban context.

Most Jacobites were Highland Scots or Irish, along with some Algeria Map Tourist Attractions groups from northern England. The name Jacobite comes from the Latin for James, which is Jacobus Algeria Map Tourist Attractions . Jacobite Rising of 1745. The last major rebellion of the Jacobite sympathizers against the British Crown. The ’45, as it became known, came to an inglorious end for the Jacobites with the defeat and near destruction of the Highland clans at the Battle of Culloden. Janissary.

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