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مد لباس دست دوم یا Vintage

مد لباس دست دوم یا Vintage

vintage معمولا به سبک و مد لباس هایی گفته می شود که به بعد از سال های ۱۹۲۰ میلادی به صورت لباس های مد و معمول توسط مردم پوشیده می شد. این روزها اسم دیگر لباس های دست دوم و فروشگاه های دست دوم فروشی نیز نامیده می شود. در یران و حداقل از ۱۵ […]

October 22, 2014 with ۰ Comments
زندگی جنسی مردان در زندان های امریکا

زندگی جنسی مردان در زندان های امریکا

این روزها وقتی به مردم می گویم ده سال به خاطر دستبرد به بانک در زندان خیلی خطرناکی حبس بودم می توانم در حالت شان بخوانم که یک سئوال، اول از همه  به ذهن شان خطور می کند. بلافاصه بعد از تشخیص این احساس، سکوت عجیبی بین ما ایجاد می شود. با آنکه دست و […]

September 21, 2014 with ۲ Comments
عکس های غیرمنتظره

عکس های غیرمنتظره

August 25, 2014 with ۰ Comments
Blue Melancholia is Approaching

Blue Melancholia is Approaching

It’s not about death, or the end drawing near. It’s not about love or hate among sisters, fathers, mothers, sons, daughters or husbands and wives. Nor is it about ” happiness”, with its usual smirk, hiding all the depressing feelings of melancholia. It’s not “about” anything in particular to many who haven’t experienced it. It […]

May 24, 2014 with ۰ Comments
Contemporary Iranian Photography – California

Contemporary Iranian Photography – California

Contemporary Iranian Photography April 12th – May 7th, 2014 Curated by Abbas Daneshvari, Simin Dehghani, Marjan Asgari California State University, Los Angeles, Fine Arts Gallery

March 1, 2014 with ۱ Comment
?Is absolute Secularity Conceivable

?Is absolute Secularity Conceivable

Simon During in The Immanent Frame Is absolute secularity conceivable? The question arises from the paradoxical intuition that the secularization thesis is simultaneously both right and muddled. Perhaps the most fundamental problem with the broader secularization thesis (which I take to claim that, over the past half-millennium or so, Western society has undergone a systemic […]

February 27, 2014 with ۰ Comments
Physicists find a new ‘state of matter’ in the eyes of chickens

Physicists find a new ‘state of matter’ in the eyes of chickens

George Dvorsky Physics in io9 An unusual arrangement of particles has been discovered in the cells of chicken eyes. It’s the first time scientists have seen such a system in a biological system — one that allows materials to behave like both a crystal and a liquid. The unique arrangement is called “disordered hyperuniformity,” and […]

February 26, 2014 with ۰ Comments
The Rise of the Single Dad

The Rise of the Single Dad

Caroline Kitchener in The Atlantic Today, more men than ever are making the same choice. A Pew Research study published this statistic this summer: 8 percent of households with minor children are now headed by a single father, up from just one percent in 1960. This represents a nine-fold increase, from fewer than 300,000 households […]

February 26, 2014 with ۰ Comments
Writers Into Saints

Writers Into Saints

Tim Parks in The New York review of the Books Over the last ten years or so I have read literary biographies of Dickens, Dostoevsky, Chekhov, Hardy, Leopardi, Verga, D. H. Lawrence, Joyce, Woolf, Moravia, Morante, Malaparte, Pavese, Borges, Beckett, Bernhard, Christina Stead, Henry Green, and probably others too. With only the rarest of exceptions, […]

February 24, 2014 with ۰ Comments
Poet of the Caribbean- Derek Walcott

Poet of the Caribbean- Derek Walcott

Teju Cole in Sunday Book Review, The new York Times “Writing poetry is an unnatural act,” Elizabeth Bishop once wrote. “It takes skill to make it seem natural.” The thought is kin to the one John Keats expressed in an 1818 letter to his friend John Taylor: “If Poetry comes not as naturally as the […]

February 24, 2014 with ۰ Comments