Alison Galloway is a forensic anthropologist at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She is best known for her work in identifying the physical remains of Laci Peterson in the Scott Peterson Trial, she co-edited a book called The Evolving Female: A Life History Perspective with Mary Morbeck and Adrienne Zihlmann. She is editor of Broken Bones: Anthropological Analysis of Blunt Force Trauma and co-editor of the second edition of that volume, she is co-author of Practicing Forensic Anthropology: an eResource with Susan Kuzminsky. Galloway was appointed to the executive vice chancellor position at UCSC on September 16, 2010, she replaced David Kliger who retired 2010. She stepped down from the provostship on December 31, 2016 to return to her faculty position prior to final retirement, she earned her BA with honors in Anthropology, with an emphasis in Archaeology, in 1975 from the University of California, Berkeley. Her master's thesis, entitled “Racial Variation in the Basioccipital”, earned Galloway an MA in anthropology, emphasis in physical Anthropology, with a specialization in forensic anthropology in 1985 at the University of Arizona.
Galloway continued her education at the University of Arizona with a Ph. D. in Anthropology, emphasis in physical anthropology with two minors and physiology. She completed her doctorate in 1988 with her paper entitled, “Long Term Effects of Reproductive History on Bone Mineral Content in Women”. Galloway began her professional career in 1988 as an associate professor of Anthropology at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, she accepted a position as an associate professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1990 and by 2001 was promoted to professor. Meanwhile, in 1996 she became a member of the Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team, USDHS acting as a forensic anthropologist, she became vice-chair of the UCSC Division of the Academic Senate in 2001, was appointed to chair in 2003, stepping down two years when she accepted an interim position as vice provost of academic affairs. After being named to the position one year she remained until 2009, when she was appointed to the position of vice provost and dean of academic affairs/university extension.
Galloway has been an active member of many professional societies during her career, such as the American Board of Forensic Anthropology, serving as a board officer, the American Association of Physical Anthropology. Galloway is a fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, held various executive positions between 1994 and 1997, she served on the editorial board of the Journal of Forensic Sciences from 2008 to 2013. Galloway stepped down from her position as campus provost and executive vice chancellor at UC Santa Cruz in December 2016, she returned to teaching after taking a yearlong break. Galloway credits her inability to smell offensive odors for more than a few seconds for her capacity to deal with some of the difficult aspects of forensic work, she is one of 75 skilled forensic anthropologists in the United States, is called upon by the authorities to provide her expertise. Galloway has earned several awards throughout her career; the San Jose Business Journal named her Silicon Valley’s Women of Influence, 2009.
She earned the Excellence in Teaching Award, 1993–1994, from the UCSC Academic Senate Committee on Teaching and the Mildred Trotter Student Paper Award, April 1987, from the American Association of Physical Anthropologists for her paper entitled "Reproductive History and Bone Mineralization". She was awarded the J. Lawrence Angel Forensic Anthropology Student Paper Award, in February 1987, American Academy of Forensic Sciences, her paper was entitled "Estimating Actual Height in the Elderly". Galloway has contributed to academic literature in her field, she has worked with others in the discipline to papers. Her work on blunt force trauma outlines a theoretical framework for dealing with the many causes of death due to blunt force trauma including falls, abuse and other causes. In addition, Galloway has authored work outlining decay rates in the dry Arizona climate, she has argued that variances in formulas used to estimate height in adults needs to be consistent, that the maximum height along with age altered heights be specified in forensic science reports in order to facilitate matching in missing person reports
Richard Kroner was a German neo-Hegelian philosopher, known for his Von Kant bis Hegel, a classic history of German idealism written from the neo-Hegelian point of view. He was a Christian, from a Jewish background, he is known for his formulation of Hegel as'the Protestant Aquinas'. His Jewish ancestry led him to be'suspended' under Nazi legislation in 1934, from his university position at Kiel, he was replaced by Hans-Georg Gadamer, a personal friend. The American philosopher Otis Lee studied with Kroner for the academic year 1933–1934 and helped him escape to the United States and find a new academic position at Manhattan's Union Theological Seminary. Kroner's ideas on Hegel, including his slant from Kierkegaard, were taken up by some existentialist thinkers, including Lev Shestov and Nikolai Berdyaev. Zweck und Gesetz in der Biologie. Eine logische Untersuchung Kants Weltanschauung Hegel. Zum 100. Todestag Die Selbstverwirklichung des Geistes. Prolegomena zur Kulturphilosophie Von Kant bis Hegel.
1. Band: Von der Vernunftkritik zur Naturphilosophie 2. Band: Von der Naturphilosophie zur Philosophie des Geistes Speculation in pre-Christian philosophy Selbstbesinnung. Drei Lehrstunden Speculation and Revelation In Modern Philosophy Between Faith and Thought: Reflections and Suggestions Freiheit und Gnade On Two Books by Richard Kroner - Lev Shestov Richard Kroner. Ein christlicher Philosoph jüdischer Herkunft unter dem Schatten Hitlers - Walter Asmus Kant's Weltanschauung on archive.org The Primary Of Faith on archive.org Richard Kroner: Von Kant bis Hegel On Christianity Early Theological Writings by Hegel --INTRODUCTION: HEGEL'S Philosophical Development By RICHARD KRONER on archive.org Von Kant bis Hegel on archive.org
The Cotswolds Distillery was established in 2014, is one of only six distilleries producing English whisky. Initial development of the distillery was assisted by Dr. Jim Swan. Production began on 5 September 2014, with the first cask of single malt whisky filled on 22 September 2014; the first release of whisky, when a selection of casks have reached the three-year minimum age, will take place in October 2017 and will consist of 5000 bottles. In January 2016, the Distillery opened a crowd funding initiative on CrowdBnk with the aim of raising £500,500 for expansion of the business; the investment window closed with the iniative having raised £1,001,000 from 124 investors in seven weeks. The distillery features eight 2,500-litre washbacks; the distillation takes place in two copper pot stills supplied by Forsyths of Scotland. The gin is produced on a 500-litre hybrid pot and column still made by Arnold Holstein GmbH of Markdorf, Germany. Using just the pot still section of the still, the gin is rectified using the'steep and boil' method, the gin is collected in one shot, as opposed to the multi-shot method traditionally used by larger gin brands.
The Cotswolds Distillery receives 15,000 visitors per year and in 2016 won Best Distillery Tour in the Distillery Experience Awards run by Drinks International, a Distillery Master award for Consumer Experience from the Spirits Business organisation. The Cotswolds Dry Gin has won a number of awards, including World's Best London Dry Gin at the 2016 World Gin Awards, gold medals at the Berlin and San Francisco World Spirits Competitions, a Platinum medal at the 2015 Spirits International Prestige Awards. In the 2016 edition of his Whisky Bible, the whisky writer Jim Murray awarded the new-make spirit that will mature into the Cotswolds Single Malt Whisky 94/100, earning it a'Liquid Gold' award
Tim Hecker is a Canadian electronic musician and sound artist. Hecker recorded under the techno moniker Jetone, but has become known internationally for experimental ambient recordings released under his own name, such as Harmony in Ultraviolet and Ravedeath, 1972, he has released nine albums and a number of EPs in addition to collaborations with artists such as Ben Frost, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Daniel Lopatin, Aidan Baker. His latest album Anoyo was released on Kranky on 10 May 2019. Born in Vancouver, Hecker is the son of two art teachers. During his high school years, he played in rock bands with friends, before acquiring a sampler and working on solo material, he moved to Montreal in 1998 to study at Concordia University and explore his artistic interests further. He performed internationally as a DJ and techno producer under the name Jetone, releasing three albums under the moniker. By 2001 he became disenchanted with the musical direction of the Jetone project. In 2001, Hecker released the album Haunt Me, Haunt Me Do It Again, under his own name through the label Alien8.
He followed with Radio Mirages. In 2006 he moved to Kranky, his current method of working involves the use of pipe organ sounds which are digitally processed and distorted. For the album Ravedeath, 1972, Hecker travelled to Iceland where together with Ben Frost, he recorded parts in a church. In November 2010, Alien8 re-released Hecker's debut album on vinyl. Live performances contain improvisations by processing organ sounds that are manipulated, with great fluctuations in volume. In 2012, Hecker collaborated with Daniel Lopatin on an improvisatory project which became Instrumental Tourist. Following 2013's Virgins, Hecker convened once again in Reykjavik for sessions across 2014 and 2015, to create what would become Love Streams. Collaborators include Ben Frost, Johann Johannsson, Kara-Lis Coverdale and Grimur Helgason, whilst the 15th century choral works by Josquin des Prez birthed the foundations of the album. In February 2016, it was announced that Hecker had joined 4AD while his eighth album was released in April of that year.
Hecker admits to thinking about ideas like "liturgical aesthetics after Yeezus" and the "transcendental voice in the age of auto-tune" during its creation. In addition to touring with Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Sigur Rós and recording with the likes of Fly Pan Am, Hecker has collaborated with Christof Migone, Martin Tétreault and Aidan Baker, he has contributed remixes to other artists, including Isis. Hecker pursued a professional career outside music and worked as a political analyst for the Canadian Government in the early 2000s. After leaving his employment in 2006 he enrolled at McGill University to study for a PhD, with a thesis on urban noise, published in 2014, he has worked there as a lecturer in sound culture in the Art History and Communications department. Haunt Me, Haunt Me Do It Again Radio Amor Mirages Harmony in Ultraviolet An Imaginary Country Ravedeath, 1972 Virgins Love Streams Konoyo Anoyo Trade Winds, White Noise My Love Is Rotten to the Core Radio Marti / Radio Havana Mort Aux Vaches Pareidolia Norberg Atlas Apondalifa Dropped Pianos Random_Inc Meets Tim Hecker In Musrara Fantasma Parastasie with Aidan Baker Instrumental Tourist with Daniel Lopatin Autumnumonia Ultramarin Sundown Tennis –'Self-Heal Mishap' Isis –'Carry' Isis –'Carry' TV Pow –'Whiteout' Ensemble –'Disown, Delete' Colin Stetson –'Time Is Advancing With Fitful Irregularity White Pulse Mix' Bell Orchestre –'Water / Light / Shifts' Genghis Tron –'Board Up The House' Ellen Allien –'Sun The Rain' John Cale – Suffocation Raga For John Cale Mogwai –'Rano Pano' Ellen Allien –'Sun The Rain' The Field –'No.
No...' Hundred Waters –'Down From The Rafters' Dorian Concept –'The Sky Opposite' Hecker makes sound installations and has collaborated with visual artists such as Stan Douglas and Charles Stankievech. Hecker, along with other musicians Ben Frost and Steve Goodman and artists Piotr Jakubowicz, Marcel Weber and Manuel Sepulveda, provided music for Unsound Festival’s sensory installation,'Ephemera'. Hecker composed the score for 2016's The Free World, selected to be shown in the U. S. Dramatic Competition section at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. List of ambient music artists Bergmann, Brett. "Global Movement, Local Detail: The Music of Tim Hecker." EContact! 11.2 – Figures canadiennes / Canadian Figures. Montréal: CEC. Hecker, Tim. "Guest List Top 10." Pitchfork. 27 October 2006. Richardson, Mark. "Tim Hecker: Harmony in Ultraviolet." Pitchfork. CD Review. 16 October 2006. Official website Tim Hecker at AllMusic Tim Hecker at Alien8 Recordings Discography at Discogs Henderson, Lee. "Tim Hecker: Resisting the Technophilia."
Klaus Berntsen was a Danish politician, representing the Liberal party, Venstre. He was Council President of Denmark from 5 July 1910 to 21 June 1913 as the leader of the Cabinet of Klaus Berntsen. From 5 May 1920 to 9 October 1922 he served as Defence Minister, he was born on 12 June 1844. He was the father of Oluf Berntsen. Early he took part in politics as a quick-witted and popular agitator but belonging to the Moderate Venstre he was for many years without much political influence. After the beginning reunion of the old Venstre groups he played a greater role as a minister that led to the forming of his own cabinet, he was a personal friend of King Frederick VIII and enjoyed the king’s support but his government was accused of lacking social understanding. 1913 he proposed the revision of the Constitution, carried through by the second Zahle Cabinet. When he retired from politics in 1926 he was one of the oldest Danish active parliamentarian politicians ever; as a member of the Folketing 1873-1884 and again 1886-1926 he remains the longest-serving member of the Danish Parliament and the only member for over 50 years.
He died on 27 March 1927