Globalization : Starting Point of Fundamental Changes in the World Vision
DOORS OPEN TO GLOBALIZATION takes us on a journey imagined by literary and musical allusions – a “Magellanian” journey sauntering out into the material world of commercial roads, expanded spaces, sound scapes, memories of loved ones, and photographic captures of artistic journeys into the mind of the wanderer. The mix of poems, essays, journals is intimate, local and far out on the edges of time. The nomadic lives we are invited to explore move us from deeply felt losses to the intoxication of spiritual adventures infused with the powerful tensions and possibles that the new landscape of Globalization conveys.-"
Associate Principal, Research
Glendon Campus, York University,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Dr. ARTHUR LAMBERT JONES
(1924-2018), GREAT LOVER OF
GEOGRAPHY AND OF TRAVEL
Photo: Carlos & Gloria Castaño
Arthur L Jones was an avid reader of books on geography and he loved to travel. His readings were always accompanied by perusals of atlases and travel logs, which enriched his enthusiasm and prepared him well for future voyages. In addition to travelling extensively through the United States of America and Canada, Arthur explored many countries in the world during his long life. Some of these countries he visited on repeated occasions. He travelled to:
Antarctica, Argentina, Austria, Australia, Bahamas, Belarus, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Finland, France, Greece, Germany, Hawaii, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Uruguay.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
1519 – 2019 GLOBALIZATION: STARTING POINT OF FUNDAMENTAL CHANGES IN THE WORLD VISION
REMEMBERING ARTHUR LAMBERT JONES (1924-2018),
A GREAT LOVER OF GEOGRAPHY AND OF TRAVEL
Julio Erhart Chaca
Sergio A. Rebolledo
ANTARES Publishing House is pleased to extend an invitation to submit academic or creative material related to exploring the multi-faceted process of Globalization. Texts submitted to EXPANDED SPACES should not exceed ten (10) pages in length. Texts will be considered and reviewed by ANTARES’ Editorial Board and they will be published in book format in November, 2020.
Submissions will be accepted in the Official Languages of Canada (English and French); also, in Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. Submissions in other languages will be considered, if translation in one of the above-mentioned languages can be made available. Please send an abstract of your submission, accompanied by a photo, Examples of how submissions can be sent are available in the EXPANDED SPACES website: expandedspaces.org
The starting point of EXPANDED SPACES focuses on the first voyage around the world (Magellan circa 1519) and on globalization (Sir Frances Drake, circa 1580). However, it is not limited to these dates, nor to specific topics related to those times. Rather, the dates serve us as spring-boards to approach a great variety of topics, ranging from wide and general, to narrow and specific. Thus you are free to use your knowledge, your imagination and your creativity to explore the theme of globalization in any way you consider it relevant to enhance and lend it prominence in the world stage.
Contributions can be made on a wide gamut of topics related to Globalization. Some examples are:
• Changes and clashes in world views created by Globalization
• Globalization as a link to languages and cultures
• Globalization as the creator of new food intakes and eating patterns
• Globalization in the Arts and Literatures
• Globalization as an agent to foster world trade
• Globalization as the creator of religious rivalry
• Globalization and Technology
• Globalization in Music
In addition, we recommend a visit to the following sources:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_LyY8UPIM4 (in English)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9fljctzU4U (in Spanish)
Additional videos in other languages are also available in YouTube
During his last consular destination, Luís César Luna, an Argentine diplomat, and Celeste Cáceres Narizzano, a humanist, had the great privilege of meeting Arthur Lambert Jones in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Both will participate in the Project EXPANDED SPACES as translators from Spanish to French and English.
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