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Joanna Bator (born 2 February 1968) is a Polish novelist, journalist, feminist and academic. She specializes in cultural anthropology and gender studies. She is the recipient of the 2013 Nike Award.
She was born in the town of Wałbrzych in Lower Silesia, south-western Poland. She studied cultural studies at the University of Warsaw. She also graduated from School of Social Sciences affiliated with the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw. Her doctoral dissertation concerned the philosophical aspects of the feminist theory and discourse relating to psychoanalysis and postmodernism. In the years 1999-2008 she worked as an assistant professor at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Between 2007-2011 she lectured at the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology. She also took part in a number of scholarships including at the New School for Social Research in New York and Japan Foundation in Tokyo.
She is known for her keen interest in Japanese culture. Bator’s first book on Japan was Japoński wachlarz (The Japanese Fan) written after her two-year stay in Japan.
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The Art & Architecture Thesaurus (AAT) is a controlled vocabulary used for describing items of art, architecture, and material culture. The AAT contains generic terms, such as “cathedral,” but no proper names, such as “Cathedral of Notre Dame.” The AAT is used by, among others, museums, art libraries, archives, catalogers, and researchers in art and art history. The AAT is a thesaurus in compliance with ISO and NISO standards including ISO 2788, ISO 25964 and ANSI/NISO Z39.19.
The AAT is a structured vocabulary of around 44,000 concepts, including 131,000 terms, descriptions, bibliographic citations, and other information relating to fine art, architecture, decorative arts, archival materials, and material culture.
The AAT project began in the late 1970s in response to the gradual automation of records by art libraries, art journal indexing services, and catalogers of museum objects and visual resources. Automation required consistency in cataloging as well as more efficient retrieval of information; a controlled vocabulary was a solution to both these problems. The project was conceived by library directors and architectural experts Toni Petersen, Dora Crouch, and Pat Molholt and was originally headquartered part-time at RPI in Troy, NY, then at Bennington College in Bennington, VT and later moved to Williamstown, Massachusetts, with the J. Paul Getty Trust providing technical advice and funding. In 1983 the Getty Trust took over editorial responsibility. The AAT offices relocated to the Getty’s Los Angeles headquarters in order to better coordinate with two other similar Getty projects, the Union List of Artist Names (ULAN) and Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names (TGN) soon after its publication.