American Journal of History and Culture


Regional cultural expression of cultural architecture—Take the design works of Yichang History and Culture Theme Exhibition Hall as an example

Research Article of American Journal of History and Culture Regional cultural expression of cultural architecture—Take the design works of Yichang History and Culture Theme Exhibition Hall as an example Ye Wu1*, Xiao Shao2, Guozhu Chen3 1College of Civil Engineering & Architecture, China Three Gorges University, Yichang, 443002, China. 2College of Medicine, China Three Gorges University, Yichang, 443002, China. 3College of Hydraulic & Environmental Engineering, China Three Gorges University, Yichang, 443002, China Cultural buildings have distinct regional characteristics. How to make them have regional characteristics is an important point to judge the success or failure of a cultural building design. Take Yichang City’s cultural architecture design as an example to explore how regional cultural characteristics are reflected in the architecture. From the aspects of humanities and natural environment, we provide an in-depth analysis of the cultural design of local characteristics, and discuss the specific application of different factors in the design of stylistic architecture. Keywords: Cultural architecture; Regional culture; Featured themes ...

European diplomacy and Kosovo issue during 1992-1998

Review Article of American Journal of History and Culture European diplomacy and Kosovo issue during 1992-1998 Lulzim Nika European diplomacy was in a dominant position after the loss of Soviet influence in the eastern European countries. The Yugoslav crisis was the first challenge for the European Community that could not stop the conflict in the areas of the former Yugoslavia. It did not appear determined in the initial positions of the Yugoslav crisis by attempting to maintain the Yugoslav federation, at a time when it was impossible for the coming of leaders seeking independence from the such federation. The efforts of European diplomats at the London Conference, The Hague, and then onwards to that of Geneva failed to stop the expansion of the conflict towards Kosovo. Where peace was established only when at the same time diplomacy was combined with NATO air force. Keywords: European Diplomacy, Kosovo, Yugoslavia, Conference ...

The Historical Streams of Adam Smiths An Inquiry Into The Nature and Causes of The Wealth of Nations

Review Article of American Journal of History and Culture The Historical Streams of Adam Smith's An Inquiry Into The Nature and Causes of The Wealth of Nations Li Tingfang1 and Wu Xianghui2 1China Three Gorges University 2Chongqing Normal University Foreign Trade and Business College Set time as independent variable with historical method, regard Adam Smith and his An Inquiry Into The Nature and Causes of The Wealth of Nations as an ecosystem, explore the inputs to this ecosystem by analysing literature text and abstract two streams therein: one stream from the west, one stream from the east, investigate their flowing trace and coupling process, seek conceivable pattern in chaos, draw a personal imperfect summing-up on the Historical Streams of Adam Smith’s An Inquiry Into The Nature and Causes of The Wealth of Nations: its discourse system came from the west demonstrably: the attention to people, the legality of private property, the concept of economy from Xenophon, the thought of division of labour from Xenophon and Plato, the distinction between natural and unnatural from Aristotle to natural law and moral philosophy, the discovery of rule of supply and demand, and the development of Commerce and agriculture in Europe… its policy orientation was influenced by the concepts of Tao, i.e. law of nature, and the inaction from China. History can be regard as a winding, discreate watershed relating with multiple streams. The interflow of streams of different civilization, may be able to provide more choices for the opening of thought window and more genes for the ecology to evolve. Keywords: discourse system policy orientation, ecosystem coupling of streams ...

Physical and Mental Health for Indian Classical Dance

Review Article of American Journal of History and Culture Physical & Mental Health for Indian Classical Dance Balaji Deekshitulu P V Homeopathy & Alternative Medicine Physician and Counseling Psychologist, Sri Balaji Homeo Clinic, Tirupati, A.P, India.cell:8885391722 / 7207255557. Dance provides an active, non-competitive form of exercise that has potential positive effects for physical health as well as mental and emotional wellbeing. Dance therapy is based on the idea that body and mind are co-relational. The therapeutic approaches with various forms of Indian dances are a new entrant to dance literature. Ayurveda held dance as a power of healing (therapy) and inner awareness (psychology). Indian philosophy also supports the facts of Sangeet (song, dance and music) for benefit of human health physically as well as mentally. The powerful dance form of Bhangra (Punjab), Karagam (Tamilnadu), Chou, Rayabese, Dhali (West Bengal) gives good health and strength. The fast footwork of Kathak dance helps to release anger and tension. Manipuri dancers make rounded movements and avoid any jerks, sharp edges or straight lines. It gives them undulating and soft appearance, proper body control and peace of mind. All these body movements, body balancing, expression, muscle movement, muscle constriction and relaxation have a strong effect on therapeutic movements. In India today the dance therapists are conscious about this matter and in therapeutic sessions they actually improvise different dance movements according to the need. Keywords: Indian classical dances, Mental and physical illness ...

Dr. Asyraf Hj Ab Rahman
Professor and Dean, Department of Government and Civilization Studies, Centre for Fundamental and Liberal Education,Universiti Malaysia Terengganu

Dr. Michael J. Gonzalez
Professor of History, Director of History MA Program, University of San Diego, San Diego, CA 92110

Dr. Thierno Thiam
Chair and Associate Professor, Department of History and Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences, Tuskegee University

Dr. Zinchenko Viktor Viktorovich
Principal research scientist of the Institute of Higher Education of the National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine; Professor of the department of management and innovative technologies of social and cultural activities of the National Pedagogical Dragomanov University; Head of the Department of Management of the Ukrainian Institute of Arts and Sciences;

Dr. Taher Badinjki
Professor, Dept. of English, Faculty of Arts, Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan

Prof. Dr. Singgih Tri Sulistiyono, M.Hum.
Department of History, Faculty of Humanities, Diponegoro University, Semarang, Indonesia

Dana R. Chandler
University Archivist/Assistant Professor, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama.

Dr. Santosh Kumar Behera
Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Sidho-Kanho-Birsha University

Dr. Farhana Haque
Department of English and Humanities, Brac University, Bangladesh

Dr. Syed Damsaz Ali Andrabi
History, Government Degree College Boys Pulwama, Kashmir, J& K,192301

Dr. Manisha Choudhary
Assistant Professor, CAS-Department of History, Faculty of Social sciences, University of Delhi

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Assistant Professor, The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia/ Majmaah University College of Science and Humanities

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Assistant Professor, Amity University Rajasthan

Dr. AGNEY GK
Assistant Professor,Department of History, Marthoma College

Dr. Onek, C. Adyanga
Associate Professor, History Department, Millersville University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Silvia Regina Alves Fernandes
Associate Professor, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro – UFRRJ

Dr. Luisa Maria Arvide Cambra
Professor and Chair, University of Almeria, Spain

Dr. Masood Mashkoor
Professor and Dean, Faculty Management & Administrative Sciences Federal Urdu University Arts, Science and Technology

Dr Marco Ceccarelli
Professor,LARM: Laboratory of Robotics and Mechatronics, DiCEM – University of Cassino and South Latium, Via Di Biasio 43, 03043 Cassino (Fr), Italy

Dr. Abdulai Iddrisu
Associate Professor, History/Africa and the African Diaspora, St. Olaf College, Minnesota, United States

Prof. (DR) O. P. MONGA
Freelance Professor of Sociology, OB &HR and United Nations Volunteer (Online)

Dr. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU
Professor of Religion, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Tansian University and Rector, Augustinian Institute

Dr. Moïra Anne Müller
Professor, Ancient Greek Philosophy, Internationale School voor Wijsbegeerte (ISVW), Leusden, The Netherlands

Dr. Santosh Kumar Jha
Senior Faculty, School of Fashion Leather Accessories Design, Footwear Design & Development Institute (Government of India)

Dr. Giuseppina Ferriello
Historian and Independent Researcher, Italy

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Banking University

Dr. E. J. O. Ndubisi
Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Tansian University

Dr. Adeyemi Johnson ADEMOWO
Associate Professor and Head, Department of Sociology, Afe Babalola University,

Prof. K M Vishnu Namboodiri
Head, Department of History, Mar Thoma College Tiruvalla

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National University of Altiplano (Puno-Perú)

Dr. Alexander Franco
Director of the Centre for International Business and Educational Research, Strategy First Institute, Yangon and Mandalay

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Assistant Professor, Department of History, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Adjunct Faculty, Hindu University of America

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