poboh:

Waterdam, Marathon, Greece, 1934, Alfred Eisenstaedt. (1898 - 1995)

linguisticious:

oakapples:

UNESCO’s map of extinct and threatened languages.
http://www.unesco.org/culture/languages-atlas/index.php

We’re losing a ridiculous amount of languages

© William Eggleston
http://www.egglestontrust.com/


“I am at war with the obvious”-
William Eggleston


 via 20aliens:

socks-studio:

Meteorographica, or Methods of Mapping the Weather, by Francis Galton (1863)
http://socks-studio.com/2014/05/11/meteorographica-or-methods-of-mapping-the-weather-by-francis-galton-1863/

English Victorian polymath, sir Francis Galton was a psychologist, anthropologist, eugenicist, tropical explorer, geographer, inventor, proto-geneticist, psychometrician, statistician and the inventor of modern scientific meteorology.
He was the father of the modern system of weather …
Read more on: http://socks-studio.com/2014/05/11/meteorographica-or-methods-of-mapping-the-weather-by-francis-galton-1863/
 mapping, meteo, representation, weather, Culture, Technology, Territories

The European Witch Hunts, Enclosure,
and the Rise of Capitalism by Lady Stardust

Contents
• Introduction
• Historical Background: Enclosures, the rise of capitalism,
the church and the state
• How the trials were executed
• Indigestible independent women
• Reconstructing women‘s sexuality
• Wise women, healers and the medical profession
• Birth and midwives
• The rise and destruction of science
• Social control - from village to state
• Older women and the rise of private property
• Organised women, organised resistance;
the witch trials crushing resistance to capitalism
• Recommended reading and notes

pdf in english

greek translation by μωβ καφενειο