In a family-dinner 140 Asian America Through the Lens "Becoming Asian
American" Subjectivity and Mixed Identities.
Author: Chün Hsing
Publisher: Rowman Altamira
Category: Social Science
A guide to Asian identity in film explores the documentary as a medium for social history, the portrayal of Asian American women in movies, and criticism of marginal cinema
POTENTIAL STATE BREAKERS The most direct and often the most formidable
struggles for those attempting to build social control through a state or future state
organization have been with the old rule makers and potential rule makers.
Author: Joel S. Migdal
Publisher: SUNY Press
Category: Political Science
Essays on the formation of Israeli state and society during the twentieth century.
Max Dupain, a famous Australian photographer well known for his architectural photography, once said words to the effect: A photographer of architecture takes the building cycle full circle in reducing a completed building to a similar ...
Publisher: Images Publishing
Max Dupain, a famous Australian photographer well known for his architectural photography, once said words to the effect: A photographer of architecture takes the building cycle full circle in reducing a completed building to a similar scale of the orig
The book offers a sustained focus on language, food, and sustainability in an inclusive format that is sensitive to issues of gender, sexuality, and race.
Author: Laura Tubelle de González
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Category: Social Science
With heightened sensitivity to issues surrounding diversity, this text is inclusive, using gender neutral pronouns throughout, and covers a wide range of provocative topics that will engage students.
Actually, exploration ofsuch planets as Mercury, Venus,and Marshad begun as
early as1962 through the use of satellites outfitted with cameras. The firstof these
projects was named Mariner, and, between 1962 and 1973,NASA built and ...
Author: Martin W. Sandler
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company (BYR)
Category: Young Adult Nonfiction
"If I could tell the story in words, I wouldn't need to lug around a camera."-Lewis Hine A stunning view of America as captured by groundbreaking photographers American history is punctuated by defining moments-some proud, some tragic, some beautiful. Photography has made it possible for these moments to be captured and shared with the public. As the craft has evolved from unwieldy glass negatives to digital imagery, the photographs themselves have changed the way we see the world. From Mathew Brady's startling Civil War photographs to NASA's stunning images of the universe, America Through the Lens by Martin W. Sandler highlights twelve photographers whose work has truly changed the nation.
So Sheila said, “Right, I'm going to cook a meal.” She scouted around local shops
for ingredients and served up a wonderful roast lamb dinner. Just like Sundays at
home! Donald Sutherland came and joined us along with a few mates of mine ...
Author: Alan Hume
Category: Performing Arts
In a career spanning six decades, director of photography Alan Hume has worked on over 100 films and television shows and progressed through the ranks from a young clapper boy to one of the best lighting cameramen in the business. From early films with David Lean, through the popular Carry On series, Amicus horror, four James Bonds, Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, A Fish Called Wanda, Shirley Valentine, Stepping Out, and others, Alan Hume has worked alongside some of the most acclaimed directors and producers and biggest film stars. The memoir, from his evacuation as a child in World War II to his retirement, includes a collection of rare photographs, both in front of and behind the camera. He explains technical details and insights of the industry while divulging anecdotes about celebrities and filmmaking. It concludes with a summary of the technological changes throughout his career and to the present, and a full filmography. With great good humor, Hume offers an incomparable tour behind the camera.
THROUGH. THE. LENS. OF. AMSIOM. Durkheimian, Postmodernist, and
Communitarian Responses to the Enlightenment DOUGLAS F. CHALLENGER "
By recovering an Aristotelian Durkheim, Challenger has rendered a service to
Author: Douglas F. Challenger
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Social Science
This text re-examines Durkheim's science of morality as it is illuminated by Aristotle's philosophy. The author demonstrates, by examining previously unappreciated aspects of the latter's moral sociology, that Durkheim's theory can be compatible with postmodernism.
This pattern of assent and resistance , enunciated by Zerlina , is repeated in far
more complex variants in two canonical works of German literature , both of
which have recently become known to a wider audience through the medium of ...
Author: Lilian R. Furst
Publisher: SUNY Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Through the Lens of the Reader is a sequence of ten essays exploring European narrative from the eighteenth to the twentieth century. It covers a wide spectrum of authors ranging from Goethe through Balzac, Flaubert, Zola, George Eliot, Henry James to Rilke, Thomas Mann, and Kafka. The essays are unified by a particular mode of reading, in which the lens of the reader becomes the filter through which texts are constructed in accordance with the signals emitted by their narrational and linguistic strategies.
through. the. lens. of. Discourse. Analysis. caterina carta and Jean-Frédéric Morin
What Do Discourses Tell us about the International role of the Eu? For over 50
years, the process of European integration has profoundly shaped an imagined ...
Author: Dr Caterina Carta
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Category: Political Science
Leading scholars in discourse analysis and European foreign policy join forces in this book, marking a real breakthrough in the literature. Not only do they offer original perspectives on European foreign policy, but they bring together various theories on foreign policy discourses that remain too often isolated from each other. The volume is the first full-length study on how to apply different discourse analytical approaches and methodologies to European foreign policy. The paperback edition makes for a unique course text.
Shashikant Nishant Sharma. Shashikant Nishant Sharma Looking through the
Lens ofPoetry All Rights Reserved Copyright © Title.
Author: Shashikant Nishant Sharma
This is a collection of contemporary poems in English by an Indian writer and poet Shashikant Nishant Sharma. This is the first published book of the author, poet, urban planner, consultant, social activist. This book contains poems which expresses the experiences of the poet during his young age ranging from village life to urban life of Delhi. You will find poems with beautifully carved rhythm and rhyme. The expression of emotions is made in a lucid manner to capture your imagination.
Built Environment City Studies The Built Environment City Studies series
provides researchers and academics with a detailed look at individual cities
through a specific lens. These concise books delve into a case study of an
international city, ...
Author: Iman Al-Attar
In recent years, Baghdad has been viewed as a battleground for political conflicts; this interpretation has heavily influenced writings on the city. This book moves away from these perspectives to present an interdisciplinary exploration into the urban history of Baghdad through the lens of literature. It argues that urban literature is an effective complementary source to conventional historiography, using in-depth analysis of texts, poems and historical narratives of non-monumental urban spaces to reveal an underexamined facet of the city’s development. The book focuses on three key themes, spatial, nostalgic and reflective, to offer a new approach to the study of Baghdad’s history, with a view to establishing and informing further strategies for future urban developments. Beginning with the first planned city in the eighth century, it looks at the urban transformations that influenced building trends and architectural styles until the nineteenth century. It will appeal to academics and researchers in interdisciplinary fields such as architecture, urban history, Islamic studies and Arabic literature.
Comparative education became a lens through which I tried to reflect on and
interpret the educational developments of a changing China. My attraction to
comparative education as a field lay in its multi-disciplinary character – drawing
Author: Ruth Hayhoe
In the World Library of Educationalists series, international experts compile career-long collections of what they judge to be their finest pieces – extracts from books, key articles, salient research findings, major theoretical and practical contributions – so the world can read them in a single, manageable volume. Readers will be able to follow the themes and strands and see how their work contributes to the development of the field. Ruth Hayhoe is a distinguished scholar in comparative education and higher education, as well as one of the most highly regarded experts on Chinese education in the world. Extremely well respected throughout China, she has authored about 75 articles and book chapters, as well as several books on Chinese education and East-West relations in education. This selection of 15 of her most representative papers and chapters documents the most significant works of her research on Chinese education, higher education and comparative education. The three sections cover: comparative education and China higher education and history religion, culture and education. The collection not only helps foreign scholars understand Chinese education development in its cultural context comprehensively and systemically, but also provides a fresh point of view for education practitioners and policy makers in China. Podcast of Professor Ruth Hayhoe's interview at New Books Network discussing this book and her distinguished career: http://newbooksnetwork.com/ruth-hayhoe-china-through-the-lens-of-comparative-education-the-selected-works-of-ruth-hayhoe-routledge-2015/
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
During the 1970s, the National Endowment for the Arts Photography Surveys granted money to photograph American cities at the bicentennial and years that followed. In Through the Lens of the City: NEA Photography Surveys of the 1970s, Mark Rice brings to light this long-neglected photographic endeavor. From 1976 to 1981, the NEA supported more than seventy projects that examined a wide range of people and places in America. Artists involved included such well known photographers as Bruce Davidson, Lee Friedlander, and Joel Meyerowitz and many photographers who became widely known after their work with the surveys, such as Robert Adams, Joe Deal, Terry Evans, and Wendy Ewald. Rice argues that the NEA Photographic Surveys drew from two wells: a widespread sense of nostalgia and an intense public interest in photography. Looking at the works from eight key cities-Atlanta, Buffalo, Durham, East Baltimore, Galveston, Long Beach, Los Angeles, and Venice-the book uncovers marked differences as well as startling similarities in the concerns manifested by different photographers in far-flung places. Although the surveys are interesting both for their artistic merits and for their place in the history of American photography, they are equally important as a documentation of bicentennial-era America and a close examination of American cities. A major shift in the ideals of civil engineering and urban planning was underway in the 1970s. At the same time, ideas and theories about photography were changing along with our notions of what the city could and should be. These surveys, capturing American cities in a fascinating period of flux, show us American photographers matching artistry to subject matter in new and exciting ways. Mark Rice is chair of the American studies department at St. John Fisher College. His work has been published in such periodicals as Exposure, Explore, and Reviews in American History.
I needed to set the scene—now part bof the story— Picturethis mum's girlfriend
Ishall call her Beryl justin case this could lead toa goal term the father of her
children along withhis new wife committed suicide—they left their money to
Author: Lynne Dalrymple
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Life through the lens of a sumptuous goddess is a humorous look at one woman’s view of life. Lynne takes us from early relationships, child birth, raising children, friends, relationships and pets. This book is a discovery that life is about the journey and not about the destination. That life is also about balance, if you decide to stay on the fence, the grey area that’s okay but you will miss out on the wonderful highs, those life changing moments. The balance to that are the lows, and they are low but unless we experience them there is no measure for the highs. Lynne takes everyday situations and draws out the humour, everything from having a pap smear to trying to impress a group of professional women. At times this book is brutally honest full of raw true emotions but through it all is that common theme that there is adventure in just about everything we do, it is whether we choose to see it or not. This book will put a smile on your face and hopefully give you a couple of light bulb moments.
A new set of regulations on bureaucratic organization went along with the Three
New Laws . 89 The government strengthened the hierarchy of superintendence
over local affairs . According to the 1875 regulations on prefectural officials and ...
Author: James C. Baxter
Publisher: Harvard Univ Asia Center
Credit for the swift unification of Japan following the 1868 overthrow of the Tokugawa shogunate is usually given to the national leaders. Baxter argues that brilliant leadership at the top is not sufficient to explain how regional separatist tendencies and loyalties to the old lords were overcome in the formation of a nationally unified state.
This lasted through most of the 1920s. I have only one of Harry's postcards and a
few photographs taken in Newcastle Emlyn. Later, he set up a photographic
studio in Fishguard, which operated through the 1930s and into the 1940s. The
Author: Pam Fudge
Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited
A unique and charming look at the history of Cardiganshire, from the original work of Harry Squibbs.
Author: Pam Fudge
Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited
From the original work of Harry Squibbs take a unique and charming look at the history of Pembrokeshire.
Author: DP Kilfeather
Publisher: Des Kilfeather
Category: Trafalgar 200 (Anniversary celebration)
DP Kilfeather documents Admiral Lord Nelson’s Battle of Trafalgar 200 year celebrations. 400 stunning, unique and sometimes controversial photographs of participating Royalty, Admirals, sailors, people, ships, tall-ships, warships and submarines of the world.
... KS: US Army Command and General Staff College, School of Advanced
Military Studies, 1997) and "Through the Lens of Cultural Awareness: Planning
Requirements in Wielding the Instruments of National Power" (RAND Technology
Publisher: Government Printing Office
This document defines a way US military leaders can prepare for and conduct military operations through the lens of cultural awareness. It provides a method for helping military commanders, staffs, and trainers engage successfully in any type of operation with an emphasis on postconflict stability operations. It also suggests modifications to the traditional intelligence preparation of the battlefield (IPB) and the military decisionmaking process (MDMP) to address the analytical difficulties posed by the conduct of military operations within and among different cultures. This study will be of interest to US Armed Forces and intelligence community personnel planning for or conducting operations in Arab and Middle East countries. It will also be of interest to any armed forces, law enforcement, or intelligence community personnel that need to assess the intentions, motivations, and decisionmaking styles of persons from other cultures.
New York Through the Lens showcases the stunning results of her ongoing quest.
Author: Vivienne Gucwa
Publisher: Hachette UK
Street photographers will never tire of New York as a subject. It is the perfect setting for the genre, the world's most evocative cityscape, against which candid, memorable moments play themselves out every day. Nearly a decade ago, Vivienne Gucwa began walking the streets of the city with the only camera she could afford a sub-$100 point-and-shoot and started taking pictures. Choosing a direction and going as far as her feet would take her, she noticed lines, forms and structures that had previously gone unnoticed but which resonated, embodying a sense of home. Having limited equipment forced her to learn about light, composition and colour, and her burgeoning talent won her blog millions of readers and wide recognition in the photographic community. New York Through the Lens showcases the stunning results of her ongoing quest. Filled with spectacular photographs and illuminated by Vivienne's own insightful commentary, NY Through the Lens acts as a beautiful travel guide to the city; it will be a must-read for her many fans and for any lover of street photography.