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The lived experience of adults with myasthenia gravis: A phenomenological study

Trudy Keer-Keer

Australasian Journal of Neuroscience , ISSUE 1, 40–46


Painted Records of Place: a return to lived experience and systematics

aspiring to. A direct perception at the site has been shared, to counter what the general public may think they know about creative adaptions; it is on-the-spot reportage of lived experience, rather than what I have imagined. Figure 5: Michael, S. 2015, Sketches of the Peterborough Kitchen, acrylic on oil sketch paper, 20 x 30 cm and 15 x 15 cm, private collection. At times, the viewer can sense and perhaps worry about the artist’s intentions, especially when artworks are emotionally provoking

Sue Michael

South Australian Geographical Journal , ISSUE 1, 1–17


Travelling toponymy: The contribution of place names to the textual representation of place and memory in Abdellah Taïa’s Une mélancolie Arabe

characterises place, may have a representative or mnemonic function. The spatial dimension of narratives of migration and exile becomes particularly acute when it comes to representations of home. Ahmed (1999, p. 341) emphasises the spatial dimension when she notes that home may be theorised as ‘[…] the lived experience of locality’ (emphasis in the original), and that home as place is closely linked to sensory experience: […] the locality intrudes into the senses: it defines what one smells, hears

Anje Müller Gjesdal

Borderlands , ISSUE 1, 111–132

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