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  Biography - Ian Buchanan Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ian was born and grew up in Hamilton, Scotland, as the second of six children.
As Ian`s dreams were faking shape, his life was disrupted by his parent`s struggle with alcoholism.
Ian`s first big acting break was in 1986, when he landed the role of Duke Lavery on General Hospital.
www.stormpages.com /ianonline/biography.htm   (650 words)

 SEPA : Press Release 2002
Ian will be responsible for enforcing legislation to protect the environment, as well as working in partnership with organisations and communities to bring about environmental improvements.
Ian originally trained as an environmental health officer with Stirling Council, and has been with SEPA since it’s inception in 1996.
Ian, who takes up his position as SEPA’s Fife team leader on 1 November 2002, is 33 years old and a graduate in Environmental Health from Strathclyde University.
www.sepa.org.uk /news/releases/2002/pr157.html   (219 words)

 tv- ian Buchanan
Ian explains that his banged up face is makeup for a recent fistfight that Duke had with Damon.
Ian is thrilled to be nominated again for a daytime emmy.
Ian cracks Finola up by saying that he let her be the boss during their scenes at GH.
www.scorpiofiles.com /tvsnappys/tvian.html   (180 words)

 Illustrated Ian Buchanan discography
Ian was born in Ontario, Canada on November 10, 1939 to a young single woman of a family of cabinet makers; his mother gave him up for adoption at birth.
Ian's adoptive father died when Ian was in his mid-teens; Ian said he felt somewhat closer to his father than his mother, but experienced both as cold, distant strivers who didn't understand him or his interest in the blues.
Ian took up the guitar in his teens and developed an early interest in what was then called the country blues, becoming a passionate collector of old 78s pretty much unknown to anyone else, re-recording them on his professional reel to reel tape recorder.
www.wirz.de /music/buchanan.htm   (2790 words)

 Ancestors of Ian Buchanan
Ian Buchanan, son of Donald Buchanan and Elizabeth Whyte, was born on 15 June 1948 in 177 Gt Northern Road, Aberdeen, Scotland
Robert Davidson Buchanan, son of William Buchanan and Isobel Edward, was born in 1840 in Fetteresso, Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland and died on 6 June 1878 in 22 Hutcheon Street, Aberdeen, Scotland, at age 38.
Alexander Buchanan, son of James Buchanan and Catherine McKie, was born on 30 November 1772 in Tallaquhairn Farm, Kirkbean, Kirkudbrightshire, died in February 1850, at age 77, and was buried on 27 February 1850.
www.chert.net /A1.htm   (5609 words)

 Dr. Ian D. Buchanan - Environmental Engineering
Buchanan conducts research in the areas of municipal and industrial wastewater treatment.
Buchanan earned his Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering at McGill University, where he was involved in a number of research projects and student activities.
Buchanan joined the Environmental Engineering and Science group in the summer of 1996 when he and his wife, Julie Sklivas, moved to Edmonton with their dog Sam.
www.enveng.ualberta.ca /people/buchanan.html   (418 words)

 Deleuze on Cinema Blog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ian Buchanan is from Tasmania Uni and he notes in his introduction that the volume came about following "Deleuze: A Symposium", held at Western Australia Uni in December 1996.
The reason I chose to look at the article by Tessa Dwyer is because first of all it deals with cinema, and secondly because she is from Melbourne Uni (a little closer to home than the others).
Apart from being a good read with a range of articles on Deleuze's philosophy, it is edited by a local (Ian Buchanan is from the Uni of Tasmania) and the article I have chosen is by Tessa Dwyer, a graduate student at Melbourne Uni, so very close to home.
communication.students.rmit.edu.au /2001/steven_cincotta/2001_05_20_archive.html   (825 words)

 Deleuze and Pop Music
Ian Buchanan lectures in English at the University of Tasmania and is the editor of a special edition of the journal Social Semiotics on Deleuze.
In 1996, Ian Buchanan convened: Deleuze: a symposium, "Will this century be known as Deleuzian?" Abstracts of papers given at the conference can be viewed at the UWA site.
Ian is currently organising De Certeau: a symposium which will be held in Hobart in January, 1998.
www.lib.latrobe.edu.au /AHR/archive/Issue-August-1997/buchanan.html   (2675 words)

 latest on Ian Buchanan
Ian Buchanan was bowled over by his new AMC co-stars, Terri Ivens and Jill Larson (Simone and Opal), at the 9th Annual Bowling Ball to benefit The Children's Advocacy Center of Manhatten.
The Doctor is In- Ian Buchanan is returning to BandB to reprise the role of Dr. James Warwick for a few episodes.
Ian Buchanan was recently spotted on the grounds of the CBS studios where BandB tapes.
www.scorpiofiles.com /webpages2/whereian.html   (2015 words)

 ABC Daytime : All My Children
Ian Buchanan joined the cast of All My Children, in May 2005, playing the role of Dr. Greg Madden.
Buchanan played the roled of Duke Lavery on General Hospital, and Joshua Temple on Port Charles.
Buchanan won his first Emmy award in 1997 as Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series for his portrayal of Dr. James Warwick in The Bold and the Beautiful, the fourth time he was nominated in that category.
abc.go.com /daytime/allmychildren/bios/90604_1.html   (227 words)

 Buchanan BBQ 97   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
The Buchanan Family BBQ has been held every summer since 1989.
All descendants, relations and relations of relations of Roland and Frances Buchanan are invited.
It was the most traveled Buchanan BBQ to date.
www15.pair.com /buchanan/bbbq/bbbq97.htm   (114 words)

 Ian Buchanan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ian Buchanan (born June 16, 1957 in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, Scotland) is a Scottish television actor.
After a small part in the movie Panic Room (2002), he returned yet again to soaps, playing Joshua Temple on Port Charles (2002-2003).
In 2005, Buchanan joined the cast of All My Children in the new role of Dr. Gregory Madden.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ian_Buchanan   (255 words)

 Michelle Stafford - Emmy Award winning Actress - Interviews   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
The Young and the Restless' Phyllis could very well be one of James' patients on the The Bold and the Beautiful, so we thought we'd put Michelle Stafford and Ian Buchanan together and see what happens.
Stafford breaks out into laughter, but before Buchanan can answer the question he asks the waiter to bring another martini - "the first of several" - because the one he has is too salty.
Ian Buchanan: If I have the wine, I'll get into kind of a mellow, private place.
www.mstafford.com /interview13.html   (2141 words)

 Michel de Certeau: Ian Buchanan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ian Buchanan demonstrates the influence of Lacan, Merleau-Ponty and Greimas on the work of de Certeau.
It will be indispensible both to those who are already familiar with a portion of de Certeau's writing, and to those who sense de Certeau's importance but have not yet entered the world of his work.
Buchanan's insights are powerful and thoughtful and his writing is clear and accessible.
tcs.ntu.ac.uk /books/titles/mdc.html   (213 words)

 ian buchanan - Acoustic Guitar Forum
If Ian Buchanan died in 1974, then I was taking guitar lessons with a ghost when I studied Gary Davis style fingerpicking with a guy in a wheelchair in Forest Hills during the spring of 1978!
Ian liked the Broome Street Bar and sometimes, if his friends were over while I was taking a lesson, he would invite me to come along.
Ian was a sensitive, gifted individual who took pleasure in imparting his knowledge.
www.guitarseminars.com /ubb/Forum1/HTML/006301.html   (830 words)

 Zimnik on A Deleuzian Century?
Doubtlessly he was a already a cult figure before his death, complete with accounts of his long manicured fingernails and dark overcoat -- the descriptions of his 'style' celebrate an intellectual that has relentlessly been vampirizing French thinking (see the introduction by Ian Buchanan).
Many, however, do like Deleuze: the editor of this special issue, Ian Buchanan, shows how Deleuze's 'transcendental empiricism' could found the ground for accounts of the contemporary subject that are cognizant of it being both transcendent and empirically determined, i.e.
Rather, as we have just seen, it would ask, how does one become a subject?' (495) Buchanan's is perhaps the most ambitious project linked to the application of Deleuze's philosophy (see also Buchanan's book on the subject).
www.film-philosophy.com /vol2-1998/n16zimnik   (1548 words)

 Yellow Springs and The Arts - Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ian had an enormous collection of carefully catalogued tapes of old 78s of then largely unknown of blues artists from the 30s and 40s.
Ian's tastes in the blues were broad ranging from Lonnie Johnson, Blind Willie Johnson, Blind Blake, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Leroy Carr/Scrapper Blackwell (Blues before Sunrise), Furry Lewis, and particularly songs by Big Bill Broonzy (especially "Keys to the Highway"), Hopkins and everyone in between.
Ian quickly became a kind of legend on campus because of the dramatic complexity of his playing and singing.
www.oneglobepublishing.com /yso/music.shtml   (5459 words)

 CDU Research -  
Buchanan, I. August 26: Two or Three Things Australians Don't Seem to Want to Know About Asylum Seekers.
Buchanan, I. "Competing Modernisms" - Clark, T. Farewell to an Idea and Crary, J. Suspension of Perception.
Buchanan, I. Non-Place: Space in the Age of Supermodernity.
www.cdu.edu.au /research/profiles/profile_buchanan_i.htm   (130 words)

 Amazon.ca: Books: Deleuzism-CL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
In essays that address the “prehistory” of Deleuze’s philosophy, his methodology, and the utopic dimensions of his thought, Buchanan extracts an apparatus of social critique that arises from the philosopher’s utopian impulse.
Buchanan’s metacommentary should go a long way toward renewing discussions of Deleuze’s status as a radical social and political philosopher.”—Ronald Bogue, University of Georgia
“Buchanan’s book is a ground-breaking, comprehensive examination of the thought of Gilles Deleuze work that ranges widely across Deleuze’s...
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/082232511X   (254 words)

 Ian Buchanan -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ian Buchanan (born 16 June 1957) is a (The dialect of English used in Scotland) Scottish (A telecommunication system that transmits images of objects (stationary or moving) between distant points) television (A theatrical performer) actor.
He was born in (Click link for more info and facts about Hamilton, Scotland) Hamilton, Scotland.
In 2005, it has announced that Buchanan has been cast in the recurring role of Dr. Gregory Madden on (Click link for more info and facts about All My Children) All My Children.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/i/ia/ian_buchanan.htm   (510 words)

 xtri.com | pro zone | zack & ironman europe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
It details an interview between Jurgen Zack and Ian Buchanan of Softride (Zack's bike sponsor) following Zack's DNF at Ironman Europe earlier this month.
Ian Buchanan: J├╝rgen, very sorry to hear about your misfortune yesterday, how are you doing?
This has been a difficult few days and I know the weeks to come are not going to be easy.
www.xtri.com /article.asp?id=163   (527 words)

 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Buchanan, Justine Evesson and Chris Briggs, Renewing the Capacity for Skill Formation: the Challenge for Victorian Manufacturing, Victorian Department of Education and Training, April 2002J.
Ian Watson and John Buchanan, 'Beyond impoverished visions of the labour market' in R Fincher and P Saunders (eds) Rethinking Poverty, Inequality and Disadvantage in Australia, Allen and Unwin, 2001
J. Buchanan and Cameron Allan, 'The Growth of Contractors in the Construction Industry: Implications for Tax Revenue', Economic and Labour Relations Review, Vol 11, No 1, June 2000 pp.
www.acirrt.com /corporate/Staff_JB.htm   (980 words)

 700 FAMOUS NEBRASKANS - Olympic Medalists   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Swimmer, recipient of two gold medals in 1996 Olympics in 100-meter and 200-meter breaststroke competition, bronze medal in 2000 Olympics in 100-meter breaststroke, a world record holder for 50, 100 and 200-meter breaststroke events, considered a hero in her native South Africa.
Consult Bill Mallon and Ian Buchanan, Quest For Gold: The Encyclopedia of American Olympians (Leisure Press, 1984) 103 and obituary in United States Naval Academy, Shipmate, October 1988, pp.
Consult Bill Mallon and Ian Buchanan, Quest For Gold: The Encyclopedia of American Olympians (Leisure Press, 1984) 396 and Biographical Dictionary of American Sports: Basketball and Other Indoor Sports (Greenwood Press, 1989) 659-660 and Mike Chapman, Encyclopedia of American Wrestling (Leisure Press, 1990) 523-524.
www.nebpress.com /700/olympic.html   (2549 words)

 CBS Daytime | The Bold And The Beautiful
IAN BUCHANAN returns to L.A. as Dr. James Warwick in April when the Marones ask him to solicit a bit of good advice.
IAN BUCHANAN: I’m close to Susan [Flannery, Stephanie] so I kind of hear what’s going on.
IAN BUCHANAN: The thing I liked about playing James was that he always tried to do the right thing, which is really nice to play.
www.cbs.com /daytime/bb/behind/interviews/ibuchanan.shtml   (1153 words)

 Wairarapa News 25 July 2002
Wairarapa Christian Heritage Party candidate Merepeka Raukawa-Tait is polling ahead of National’s Ian Buchanan, according to new poll results.
Mr Buchanan is at 29 on National’s list and on current polling is not assured of getting into parliament off the list.
Mr Buchanan said the only poll his party was interested in was the one on Saturday.
wairarapa.co.nz /times-age/news2002/020725a.html   (350 words)

 Women's Studies:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Dr. Ian Buchanan has a B.A (Hons) and Ph.D from Murdoch, WA.
Ian's current research interest in the subject area of Women's Studies is in the philosophy of the body.
Ian may be contacted by email at I.Buchanan@utas.edu.au
www.utas.edu.au /philosophy/women/people/IB.html   (104 words)

 Andrew Murphie responds to Ian Buchanan
I also think that Deleuze and Guattari's work is useful in the study of popular music, and here's to Ian Buchanan for raising the whole issue in general.
However, I also wish there was a little more specificity in the acknowledgement of Deleuze and Guattari's actual views.
The other problem with Ian's assertions is that, as is so often the case, they bracket together Deleuze and Guattari.
www.lib.latrobe.edu.au /AHR/emuse/Deleuze/murphie.html   (195 words)

 Panic in Port Charles The
And things can only get worse if actors Ian Buchanan (Duke), Finola Hughes (Anna), and Tristan Rogers (Robert) all make good on their threats to leave GH.
Because that's how long her Tv-hubby, Ian Buchanan, is slated to stay with the show.
Perhaps Ian and Finola could be written off into the sunset together, but fans will only take solace in their happy ending for a while.
www.scorpiofiles.com /articles/panicpc.html   (810 words)

 ABC.com: One Life to Live
Rebellious by nature, Kelly was kicked out of her elite European school as a teenager and was sent to live with her Aunt Dorian in Llanview.
Kelly met Joey Buchanan and despite initial animosity between the two, an attraction was born.
Dorian and Drew Buchanan (who was interested in Kelly) saw the couples' long distance as the perfect opportunity to split the two up.
abc.go.com /daytime/onelifetolive/bios/kelly_cramer_buchanan.html   (906 words)

 Port Charles:Chronic Vampire Syndrome   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Because Port Charles can't seem to break away from the infamous vampire storylines that have been going on for the past 7 months(and will continue for the rest of Desire).
Fastforward to a year later to Naked Eyes when vampires were again introduced to the show.The fans were excited about the return of Caleb Morley and they were equally excited about Daytime Veteran Ian Buchanan (ex-Duke Lavery,GH)coming on to the show.
Things were looking great and Port Charles future looked clear and the fans were even promised an amazing storyline but what they got was the downfall of creativity and a bleak future for Port Charles.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/port_charles/100384   (332 words)

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