jueves, 17 de agosto de 2017






Social Media
Social Media







Banner



Para comemorar seus 15 anos de existência, o grupo Wadaiko Sho promove, nos dias 2 e 3 de setembro, no Teatro Sérgio Cardoso, um show de aniversário. As apresentações acontecem às 17h e 19h15, no sábado, e às 14h, no domingo.

Nesta comemoração, o Wadaiko Sho apresentará seu show tradicional, incluindo repertórios antigos, como as músicas Tokinonagare e Futebol, presentes no período de formação do grupo.









SERVIÇO






Wadaiko Sho 15 anos – show de aniversário





Data e horário:
2 de setembro de 2017, às 17h e às 19h15
3 de setembro de 2017, às 14h
Local: Teatro Sérgio Cardoso (Sala Paschoal Carlos Magno)
Endereço: Rua Rui Barbosa, 153 - Bela Vista – São Paulo – SP

Capacidade: 144 lugares (10 lugares para cadeirantes)
Duração: 90 minutos
Classificação: Livre

Ingressos: R$ 60/R$ 30 (inteira/meia-entrada),
com valores promocionais de R$ 30 até o dia 27 de agosto.
Bilheteria: (11) 3288-0136

Informações: Taikoart Produção Cultural
Tel: (11) 98132-9905
www.taiko.com.br








© Fundação Japão em São Paulo 2002 - 2017. Todos os direitos reservados.



H-Net Notifications


Table of Contents

  1. RESOURCE> Siddham online database of South Asian inscriptions

RESOURCE> Siddham online database of South Asian inscriptions

by Lewis Doney
Dear colleagues,

A new online database of South Asian inscriptions, "Siddham" (http://siddham.uk/), was launched by "Beyond Boundaries: Religion, Region, Language and the State" project. Our team expects the database will continue to expand its corpus, include translations, and incorporate new languages starting with Burmese Pyu and Old Tibetan. We welcome any feedback on the usability of the platform or other suggestions through our online feedback form (http://siddham.uk/contact). 

Please know that the structural metadata, the XML-tagged transliterations (following EpiDoc TEI standards), and the supporting photographic data are being archived within the Siddham community of Zenodo (https://zenodo.org/communities/siddham/?page=1&size=20). This will enable open access as well as protect the database in case of any unforeseen eventuality.

The "Siddham" database is a resource for the study of inscriptions from South and Central Asia. It is the key output of "Beyond Boundaries," a major multidisciplinary research project which aims to re-vision the history of Asia in one of its most significant periods. The project focuses on the period of the Guptas (circa 320 to 550), which had an enduring impact on India and across Central and Southeast Asia in a host of cultural, religious and socio-political spheres. 

The project is based at the British Museum, British Library and the School of Oriental and African Studies, and funded by an ERC-Synergy grant for 2014–2020.

With best wishes,
Lewis Doney
Research Assistant,

·         Read more or reply
713.524.8253
Upcoming Events at the Jung Center
Thursday, August 17 2017

Discover the Health Benefits of Laughter Yoga

No sense of humor? Don’t feel like laughing? No problem! No matter your mood, the healing yogic breathing and movement exercises of Laughter Yoga will strengthen your immune system, oxygenate both the brain and body, reduce stress, and bring joy and forgiveness. Laughter Yoga exercises are simple and easy to use in your daily life. The mental, physical, and spiritual health benefits of laughter continue to be confirmed by hundreds of studies and testimonials. When practiced in a group, the exercises create a healing experience, where emotions are released in a healthy way. There are no on-the-floor exercises, and no yoga mats or special exercise clothing required. All ages and physical abilities are welcome.

Lainie Diamond
Wednesday, Aug 23
6:30 - 7:30pm
$15 ($10 Jung Center Members)

Film and Psychoanalysis Series:
Lion

Through the lens of a young Indian boy, we experience being fundamentally lost, profound searching, and survival. Through symbols, story, and sound, we will track his finding of home as we tap into our own internal and external experiences of loss/lost and found.

Jennifer Embry
Thursday, Aug 17
7pm
FREE

Origami: Friday Folding

Ease into your weekend with the peaceful art of origami.

Joan Son
Friday, Aug 18
11am - 12:30pm
$25 ($20 Jung Center Members)

Film and Psychoanalysis Series:

Moonlight

This coming-of-age story portrays the excruciating struggle of an emotionally abused boy named Chiron growing up with his crack-addicted mother, and without a father, in the projects outside Miami in the 1980’s. What saves Chiron may be his childhood connection to the local drug dealer, Juan, who is internalized as a paternal figure and a loving attachment.

Barbara Mosbacher
Thursday, Aug 24
7pm
FREE

Rashômon: Free Film Screening and Lecture

In discussing Kurosawa's masterpiece, we will consider the dynamics of madness, the nature of subjectivity in psychic reality, as well as possible lenses through which to recognize the strands of our common humanity.

Kittredge Stephenson
Thursday, Aug 31
7pm
FREE

In this issue:


Support The Jung Center

We depend on the kindness of friends.
The Jung Center is a 501(c)(3)

 non-profit organization, and 
 registration
 fees cover only a portion of
 the cost
 of providing our educational 
programs. Consider becoming a
 member or donating to support our
 work -- just click below!



Bookstore and Library

Dr. Hollis's New Book!

Due February 1st


Jung Center Director Emeritus, Dr. James Hollis, has written a new book!  Living an Examined Life isn't due to hit shelves 
until February of next year, but if you can'
t wait to reserve your copy until then, we
 can help you out.  See below the book's description for information on how to 
contact Elissa Davis, and pre-order your
 copy today!
How do you define “growing up”?  Does it mean you achieve certain cultural 
 benchmarks—a steady income, paying
 taxes, marriage, and children?  Or does
 it mean leaving behind the expectations
 of others and growing into the person
 you were meant to be?  If you find 
 yourself in a career, place, relationship,
 or crisis you never foresaw and that 
seems at odds with your beliefs about
 who you are, it means your soul is 
calling on you to reexamine your path.
With Living an Examined Life, James 
Hollis offers an essential guidebook for anyone at a crossroads in life.  Here, this acclaimed author guides you through 21 
for self-inquiry and growth—such as 
how to exorcise the ghosts of 
your past, when 
to choose meaning over happiness,
 how 
to construct a mature spirituality, and
 how to seize permission to be who 
you really are.  With his trademark
 eloquence and insight, Dr. Hollis
 offers a potent resource you’ll return 
to time and again to energize and inspire
 you on your journey to create a life of personal authority, integrity, and
 fulfillment.

Living an Examined Life is available 
for pre-order through The Jung Center Bookstore.  Please contact Elissa Davis (information below) to order your
 copy today!


For more information, please visit our website or contact Elissa Davis, Director of Retail Sales and Customer Service, at 713.524.8253 ext. 18 or bookstore@junghouston.org.

 

Art Gallery



July and August in our gallery...
 

The Jung Center is again pleased 

to present a juried show of the best 

of Houston’s exciting young artists 

from the High School for Performing

 and Visual Arts (HSPVA). This exhibit 

is alive and new, innovative and full

 of fun.

 

On exhibit through August 30


Image credit: “Duowls” by Tamsin Ward

Parking Changes 

in the Neighborhood

Update: We are pleased to announce that 
the new MFAH parking lot is open and available for use, for a reasonable fee!  Members of the MFAH receive a special discounted rate, even if they don't 
attend
 the museum!  More info can be found
 by clicking here.

As a patron of The Jung Center, you
 are eligible for a $10 discount off the 
regular price of membership at the
 Museum 
of Fine Arts, Houston. As an MFAH
 member, you will receive a 40% discount when parking at the new MFAH garage, directly across Montrose from The Jung Center, at 5101 Montrose, in addition to all the other benefits of MFAH membership. 
To join, click HERE and enter code MBJUNG. Offer restrictions: Available
 online only. Discount not valid for 
previously purchased memberships.

We ask that you arrive 5-10 minutes 
early for class, to ensure that you can access a parking option around the 
center.

Online Education

We are proud to announce the launch of online classes.  Now you can access 
The Jung Center’s innovative 
 educational offerings wherever 
you go!

You can access a few of our online 

events below, or head over to our 
website  browse the full list.  Stay tuned
 for more!
 

The Secret Lives of Emotions: Shame
Anna Guerra, JD, MA, LPC
1.0 CE Hour
$23 ($18 Jung Center Members)

The Poet as Depth Psychologist
James Hollis, PhD, Jungian Analyst
6.0 CE Hours
$80 ($70 Jung Center Members)

 

Healing Circles at
The Jung Center

As the volume increases in our local and national conversation, comprehension
 and true dialogue seem in danger of vanishing entirely.  Now more than ever
 we need to practice the necessary – and difficult – art of listening.  Layers of thought, emotion, memory and image are always present in our encounters with others.  
will explore how to attend to these layers 
and how to make possible more direct and meaningful connections.  The intention is to enhance our capacity to listen deeply. 
 We will have several topics and questions
 to choose from and will use a Healing 
Circle (Peer Spirit) process which will be explained at the beginning of each
 session.

Healing Circles are held from 6 - 7:30pm, on every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month, at The Jung Center.


Click here for more information, or email Becky Dodds if you are interested 
in attending.

Rent The Jung Center

Host your next event at The Jung Center!

Whether you’re planning a personal 

or a professional event, this prestigious 
venue will provide the space and 
amenities you need.
Our meeting rooms, including the art 
gallery, are sure to provide the 
relaxed background and space flexibility 
to make your event a success.
If you’re interested in learning more, 
please contact Maria Graff by email or by calling (713) 524 – 8253, extension 30.

Antiguo Egipto.

Estimados amigos:

Veo que desde hace mucho tiempo no hay aqui mensajes con relacion al antiguo Egipto.

Personalmente he publicado varios articulos sobre diversos temas y me interesaria recibir comentarios de quienes los hayan leido.

Estan en


y siempre es bueno saber que repercusiones puedan haber tenido entre mis lectores.

Saludos,

J. J. Castillos




------------------------------------
Posted by: Juan Jose Castillos <juancast@yahoo.com>
------------------------------------



------------------------------------
View this email in your browser
Thursday, August 17, 2017
FACEBOOK | TWITTER | LINKEDIN 
 

Today's Insight

Lashkar-e-Taiba Wreaks Havoc in South Asia, Threatens the U.S. | Bennett Seftel, The Cipher Brief
Although LeT does not have the notoriety of ISIS and al Qaeda, it has previously attempted to strike the U.S. homeland and continues to keep America squarely in sights.

Expert Commentary

Militants and Missionaries: LeT’s Dual Role in South Asia | Stephen Tankel, Assistant Professor, School of International Service, American University
"LeT is defined by two dualities: the first is its identity as a militant group and as a missionary organization; the second concerns its military activities, namely that it is both a pan-Islamist group dedicated to waging jihad against all enemies of Islam and Pakistan’s most trusted and reliable militant ally."

Jihad in India, Kashmir and Afghanistan: A Boost to Pakistan? | Marvin Weinbaum, Director for Pakistan Studies, Middle East Institute
"At this point in time, considering the growing tensions in Kashmir, the ISI has every reason to hold close a jihadi group such as LeT. Pakistan also cannot give up on its proxies in an Afghanistan that is seen as very possibly fracturing."

Today's Column: Expert View

Donald Trump Can Learn from Teddy Roosevelt’s “America First” | Ambassador Richard Boucher, Former Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia
If our new Administration wants to keep America first in the world, they’d better come up with an integrated strategy soon, before others out-maneuver us, the way Teddy Roosevelt manipulated the powers of the 19th century. As we face a tumultuous world, perhaps we should ask: What would Teddy do?
Must Read On The Cipher Brief

Indian and Chinese Forces Square Off Amid Border Dispute | Wilson Dizard, National Security Editor, The Cipher Brief
Indian and Chinese troops skirmished along disputed border territory Tuesday, with soldiers tossing rocks at each other, causing minor injuries. The altercation represents a rare flare-up in the decades-long disagreement over territory.

The Cipher Brief Special Reports


Be sure to check out The Cipher Brief's Special Reports, offering deep insight on specific national security topics.

American Dilemma: Security vs. Privacy
The Cipher Brief takes an in-depth look at how the expanding digital world has been a challenge for those charged with keeping Americans safe while at the same time protecting their most cherished civil liberties.
To receive your free copy, click here.

The Cipher Brief's Annual Threat Report
The Annual Threat Report includes the highlights of our first annual Threat Conference - plus, the results of polling 70+ national security experts on the top five threats in the coming year.
Available for purchase - click here for more information. 

Podcasts


The Cipher Brief Daily Podcast
Get a daily rundown of the top security stories and previews of the exclusive content available on The Cipher Brief.

Listen now - on iTunes or on our website

15 Minutes
The U.S. State Department recently revealed that individuals working in the U.S. embassy in Havana, Cuba were sent home due to symptoms resembling a concussion, with at least one employee suffering from hearing loss. State Department officials have said this was an “acoustic attack,” using sonic devices outside the range of audible sound that were placed either inside or outside the diplomats’ residences.

This week, The Cipher Brief’s Kaitlin Lavinder spends 15 minutes with H. Keith Melton, an intelligence historian, author, and board member of the International Spy Museum, who recently co-authored Spy Sites of Washington, DC with former CIA Director of the Office of Technical Service Robert Wallace. Here, they talk about the history of espionage activities between the U.S. and Cuba, and which country is the biggest espionage threat to the United States.

Listen to H. Keith Melton on Cuba’s “Acoustic Attack” - or get it on iTunes

The Cipher Take


Iraqi Army Prepares for Assault Against ISIS in Tal Afar
Iraqi warplanes have bombed ISIS positions in the city of Tal Afar, ISIS’ last stronghold in northern Iraq, as they prepare for a ground assault to take back the city from the terrorist group. It is not known when the offensive will begin, but Iraqi army, police and special operations forces units are heading to the area. Thousands of civilians have fled in preparation for the operation. Last month, Iraqi military commander Maj-Gen Najm al-Jabouri said that the jihadists were "worn out and demoralised" and that he did not expect a fierce battle similar to what occurred in Mosul.

The Cipher Take: 
Now that Mosul has been liberated, the Iraqi army has turned its attention to Tal Afar, which is located 35 miles east of Mosul. Iranian-backed Shia militas have already cut off the city from the West, encircling the approximately 2,000 ISIS fighters in the city. As ISIS is pushed out of its strongholds in Mosul and Raqqa and continues to lose territory in its self-declared caliphate across Syria and Iraq, the terrorist group will likely double down on its external operations, particularly in Europe and the United States, as well as its efforts to disseminate propaganda and inspire lone-wolf attacks.

Upcoming Events


The Cipher Brief Georgetown Salon Series Presents: Secrets for More Effective Public-Private Cooperation on Cyber | September 20
After a summer break and following the well-received Cipher Brief Annual Threat Conference, The Georgetown Salon Series returns with former Deputy Director of the National Security Agency and new Cipher Brief Expert, Rick Ledgett. Mr. Ledgett served as NSA Deputy Director from January 2014 until his retirement in April 2017, culminating a nearly 40-year career in cryptology at NSA and in the U.S. Army.
If interested in attending, please contact our events team.
The Cipher Brief is hiring.

We’re looking for experienced and motivated individuals to help us pull back the curtain on the complex security landscape. If you think you have what it takes, get in touch.

Featured Job: National Security Correspondent
You’ll need solid news judgment, 2-5 journalism experience, copy editing experience, and a solid grasp of what makes a story a story. Find the good stuff - leave the rest for everyone else. Find out more

A MESSAGE FROM OUR SPONSOR

The world has never been more dangerous and complex for companies that operate on the global stage. Cooley is your source to understand these threats and the framework of laws and regulations around the world. Contact our global, highly specialized Privacy and Cybersecurity group to learn more about how you can protect your enterprise platform.

Learn more

Kevin Hulbert
 

Former CIA Chief of Station
__________________
 
"The Cipher Brief is far from just another website pontificating about the subjects of the day without any credibility.  With The Cipher Brief, you can always be sure that the authors actually know what they are writing about."
THE CIPHER BRIEF | ABOUT US | ADVERTISE | EVENTS |  WORK FOR US |

Have any feedback? Please Email us at info@thecipherbrief.com
Copyright © 2017 The Cipher, All rights reserved.
You signed up on thecipherbrief.com

Our mailing address is:
The Cipher
3128 M Street NW
WashingtonDC 20007

Add us to your address book