EDITORIAL: what's going to we be tomorrow?
Simon Ings & Sumit Paul-Choudhury
FORWARD: The future’s mine
How we expect concerning the destiny, shapes the long run — and the final of Gernsback’s greats says we must always be cautious what we would like for
PRESENT annoying: no one understands you’re a dog
Anne Galloway & Sumit Paul-Choudhury
The net is sending feelers throughout the animal state. is that this a brand new means of lifestyles on the earth - or simply one other self-importance replicate for humans?
SHORT tale: Attenuation
Sonny corridor lived speedy, died younger and left a gorgeous corpse. And that’s while his issues rather began
PRIOR paintings: Petersburg’s Prometheus
Sonja Vesterholt & Simon Ings
For twenty years, unemployable Russian filmmaker Pavel Klushantsev led a lifetime of loneliness and obscurity, blind to a Hollywood crusade to trace down “the purple Kubrick”.
SHORT tale: The Man
Why did he come to this hardscrabble human cost, unannounced, unequipped, with no function, with no wish? Come to consider it - why did they?
INNER house: throughout the Deep area Desert
Humanity is set to embark at the longest, so much tedious round-trip ever. Fretful passenger Regina Peldszus asks, “Are we there yet?”
SHORT tale: mammoth Dave’s in Love
Poor Dave: someplace lower than all these vodka mallows beats a lover’s middle. And Jack had larger locate it, quick, prior to the sludge arrives.
TOMORROW venture: aid form the future
The moment Arc/Tomorrow undertaking brief tale festival is underway. Come sign up for the conversation
UNEVENLY allotted: The Mudang’s dance (+)
South Korea has long gone from impoverished feudal backwater to liberal monetary superpower in a new release — but its humans don’t speak about the long run a lot. Do they recognize anything we don’t?
SPACES: outfitted for Pleasure
There are many severe and sober the explanation why humanity has turn into a predominantly city species - yet it’s the foolish ones that count.
PLAY: grownup pursuits
Treasure hunts and letterboxing, soccer and free-for-alls: those video games have interaction complete groups. Can electronic video games compete?
GAMES: undesirable vibrations
A online game is sort of a dream: try to be in it to appreciate it. So why do the easiest video games placed you within the final position you will ever are looking to be?
SHORT tale: Komodo
Jeff Van der Meer
Listen, baby: there aren't any things like angels, and the gods are taking us for a experience. yet what a ride!
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A. I. Macinnes, ‘Scottish Gaeldom: The first phase of clearance’, in T. M. Devine and R. Mitchison (eds), People and society in Scotland, vol. 1: 1760–1830 (Edinburgh: John Donald, 1988), pp. 70–90. , p. 71; W. Ferguson, Scotland, 1689 to the present (Edinburgh: Mercat Press, 1994), p. 177. T. M. Devine, The transformation of rural Scotland: Social change and the agrarian economy, 1600–1815 (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1994), pp. 23–4, 45–7. R. A. Dodgshon, Land and society in early Scotland (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1981), p.
The most profound disjunctions lay between the free white residents and the communities of enslaved blacks and free people of colour. For Europeans, this manifested itself in the maintenance of a colour bar that determined the rights that were enjoyed or denied and the kind of employment that was undertaken. It also played a crucial role in their sense of self-awareness as being different from the ‘Other’ surrounding them. Throughout the eighteenth century, the fear of the Other was reinforced by frequent risings and rebellions by the enslaved, native Caribs and Maroons, all of which had profound effects on the European population in terms of loss of life and property.
15 These concerns, more important in Scotland than the iron industry, promoted large-scale industrialisation, and provided a significant source of male employment for transplanted rural workers, to complement the role of women as spinners. Away from textiles, other industries flourished. In Aberdeen, the quarrying and polishing of granite, both for use in the city and for export southwards, increased in the later part of the century. 16 These developments in industry pulled migrants into the cities and larger towns across Scotland, just as the re-ordering of the countryside pushed rural dwellers to the urban centres.