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Some Merry Adventures of Robin Hood, of Great Renown in Nottinghamshire
  • Author : Howard Pyle
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 1913
  • Category: Arthurian romances
  • Pages : 176
  • ISBN Code: N.A

Summary: "It is no very easy matter for an author to condense his own work into so small a space as one-half or one-third of its original magnitude. ... I have considered it better to rearrange fragmentary portions of the original story into another form of narrative, ... I have presented only the direct adventures of Robin Hood and of certain important members of his band. I have given a couple of chapters relating to their quarrel with the Sheriff of Nottingham; I have introduced Robin Hood to the Court at London and have brought King Richard of the Lion's Heart into the Forest of Sherwood."--Preface.


The Americanization of West Virginia
  • Author : John C. Hennen
  • Publisher : University Press of Kentucky
  • Release Date : 2015-01-13
  • Category: History
  • Pages : 248
  • ISBN Code: 0813158761

Summary: Local teachers and ministers extolling the virtues of hard work and loyalty to God and country. Veterans' groups and women's clubs promoting the military fighting radicalism, and equating business and patriotism. Industrial leaders gaining legal as well as moral influence over national domestic policy. Such scenes might seem to be lifted from a Sinclair Lewis novel or a Contract with America publicity video. But as John C. Hennen shows in this piercing analysis of early-twentieth-century American political culture, from 1916 to 1925 "Americanization" became the theme -- indeed, the script -- not only of West Virginia but of the entire nation. Hennen's interdisciplinary work examines a formative period in West Virginia's modern history that has been largely neglected beyond the traditional focus on the coal industry. Hennen looks at education, reform, and industrial relations in the state in the context of war mobilization, postwar instability, and national economic expansion. The First World War, he says, consolidated the dominant positions of professionals, business people, and political capitalists as arbiters of national values. These leaders emerged from the war determined to make free-market business principles synonymous with patriotic citizenship. Americanization, therefore, refers less to the assimilation of immigrants into the national mainstream than to the attempt to encode values that would guarantee a literate, loyal, and obedient producing class. To ensure that the state fulfilled its designated role as a resource zone for the perceived greater good of national strength, corporate leaders employed public relations tactics that the Wilson administration had refined to gain public support for the war. Alarmed by widespread labor activism and threatened by fears of communism, the American Constitutional Association in West Virginia, one of dozens of similar organizations nationwide, articulated principles that identified the well-being of business with the well-being of the country. With easy access to teacher training and classroom programs, antiunion forces had by 1923 rolled back the wartime gains of the United Mine Workers of America. Middle-class voluntary organizations like the American Legion and the West Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs helped implant mandated loyalty in schoolchildren. Far from being isolated during America's transformation into a world power, West Virginia was squarely in the mainstream. The state's people and natural resources were manipulated into serving crucial functions as producers and fuel for the postwar economy. Hennen's study, therefore, is a study less of the power or force of ideas than of the importance of access to the means to transmit ideas. The winner of the1995 Appalachian Studies Award is a significant contribution to regional studies as well as to our understanding of American culture during and after World War I.


Emotion in the Tudor Court
  • Author : Bradley J. Irish
  • Publisher : Northwestern University Press
  • Release Date : 2018-01-15
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 232
  • ISBN Code: 9780810136403

Summary: Deploying literary analysis, theories of emotion from the sciences and humanities, and an archival account of Tudor history, Emotion in the Tudor Court examines how literature both reflects and constructs the emotional dynamics of life in the Renaissance court. In it, Bradley J. Irish argues that emotionality is a foundational framework through which historical subjects embody and engage their world, and thus can serve as a fundamental lens of social and textual analysis. Spanning the sixteenth century, Emotion in the Tudor Court explores Cardinal Thomas Wolsey and Henrician satire; Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, and elegy; Sir Philip Sidney and Elizabethan pageantry; and Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex, and factional literature. It demonstrates how the dynamics of disgust,envy, rejection, and dread, as they are understood in the modern affective sciences, can be seen to guide literary production in the early modern court. By combining Renaissance concepts of emotion with modern research in the social and natural sciences, Emotion in the Tudor Court takes a transdisciplinary approach to yield fascinating and robust ways to illuminate both literary studies and cultural history.


Englishness and National Culture
  • Author : Antony Easthorpe
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2004-01-14
  • Category: Art
  • Pages : 256
  • ISBN Code: 1134643063

Summary: In this highly engaging book, Antony Easthope examines 'Englishness' as a form and a series of shared discourses. Discussing the subject of 'nation' - a growing area in literary and cultural studies - Easthope offers polemical arguments written in a lively and accessible style. Englishness and National Culture asserts a profound and unacknowledged continuity between the seventeenth century and today. It argues that contemporary journalists, historians, novelists, poets and comedians continue to speak through the voice of a long-standing empiricist tradition.


Just faith
  • Author : Stephan de Beer
  • Publisher : AOSIS
  • Release Date : 2018-12-01
  • Category: Religion
  • Pages : 398
  • ISBN Code: 1928396666

Summary: The purpose of this scholarly book is to expand the body of knowledge available on urban theology. It introduces readers to the concept of planetary urbanisation, with the view of deepening an understanding of urbanisation and its all-pervasive impact on the planet, people and places from a theological perspective. A critical theological reading of ‘the urban’ is also provided, deliberating on bridging the divide between voices from the Global South and the Global North. In doing so, this book simultaneously seeks out robust and dynamic faith constructs, expressed in various forms and embodiments of justice. The methodology chosen transcended narrow disciplinary boundaries, situating reflections between and across disciplines, in the interface between scholarly reflection and an activist faith, as well as between local rootedness and global connectedness. This was facilitated by the collected gathering of authors, spanning all continents, various Christian faith traditions and multiple disciplines, as well as a range of methodological approaches. The book endeavours to contribute to knowledge production in a number of ways. Firstly, it suggests the inadequacy of most dominant faith expressions in the face of all-pervasive forces of urbanisation, and it also provides clues as to the possibility of fostering potent alternative imaginaries. Secondly, it explores a decolonial faith that is expressed in various forms of justice. It is an attempt to offer concrete embodiments of what such a faith could look like in the context of planetary urbanisation. Thirdly, the book does not focus on one specific urban challenge or mode of ministry but rather introduces the concept of planetary urbanisation and then offers critical lenses with which to interrogate its consequences and challenges. It considers concrete and liberating faith constructs in areas ranging from gender, race, economic inequality, a solidarity economics and housing to urban violence, indigeneity and urbanisation, the interface between economic and environmental sustainability, and grass-roots theological education.


Brief Lives
  • Author : John Aubrey
  • Publisher : Boydell & Brewer
  • Release Date : 1982
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 332
  • ISBN Code: 9780851152066

Summary: Full edition in modern spelling of Aubrey's racy portraits of great figures of 16-17c England, from Sir Walter Raleigh to John Milton.


Handbook of Indigenous Education
  • Author : Elizabeth Ann McKinley,Linda Tuhiwai Smith
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2019-05-23
  • Category: Education
  • Pages : 1432
  • ISBN Code: 9789811038983

Summary: This book is a state-of-the-art reference work that defines and frames the state of thinking, research and practice in indigenous education. The book provides an authoritative overview of the subject in one text. The work sits within the context of The UN Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples that states “Indigenous peoples have the right to the dignity and diversity of their cultures, traditions, histories and aspirations which shall be appropriately reflected in education” (Article 14.1). Twenty-five years ago a book of this nature would have been largely written by non-Indigenous researchers about Indigenous people and education. Today Indigenous researchers can write this work about and for themselves and others. The book is comprehensive in its coverage. Authors are drawn from various individual jurisdictions that have significant indigenous populations where the issues include language, culture and identity, and indigenous people’s participation in society. It brings together multiple streams of research by ‘new’ indigenous voices. The book also brings together a wide range of educational topics including early childhood education, educational governance, teacher education, curriculum, pedagogy, educational psychology, etc. The focus of one body of work on Indigenous education is a welcome enhancement to the pursuit of the field of Indigenous educational aspirations and development.


George III
  • Author : Peter David Garner Thomas
  • Publisher : Manchester University Press
  • Release Date : 2002
  • Category: History
  • Pages : 262
  • ISBN Code: 9780719064296

Summary: In this fascinating book the author discusses the political story of the first decade of the reign of George III, one of the most controversial figures in modern British history. George III has often been blamed for the loss of Britain’s American colonies in an attempt to restore royal power. Peter D.G. Thomas confirms Namier’s findings that George III was not seeking to advance royal power and throws light on the extent to which a system of party politics existed at the time. Although the structure of British politics revealed by Namier provides the setting for this study, America, India, and Ireland are also considered here as important issues of the time.


The Postmodern Sacred
  • Author : Emily McAvan
  • Publisher : McFarland
  • Release Date : 2012-10-09
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 194
  • ISBN Code: 0786492821

Summary: From The Matrix and Harry Potter to Stargate SG:1 and The X-Files, recent science fiction and fantasy offerings both reflect and produce a sense of the religious. This work examines this pop-culture spirituality, or “postmodern sacred,” showing how consumers use the symbols contained in explicitly “unreal” texts to gain a secondhand experience of transcendence and belief. Topics include how media technologies like CGI have blurred the lines between real and unreal, the polytheisms of Buffy and Xena, the New Age Gnosticism of The DaVinci Code, the Islamic “Other” and science fiction’s response to 9/11, and the Christian Right and popular culture. Today’s pervasive, saturated media culture, this work shows, has utterly collapsed the sacred/profane binary, so that popular culture is not only powerfully shaped by the discourses of religion, but also shapes how the religious appears and is experienced in the contemporary world.


England’s Time of Crisis: From Shakespeare to Milton
  • Author : David Morse
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 1989-06-18
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 391
  • ISBN Code: 1349097705

Summary: Many events of the divided society from Elizabeth I to Charles I were taken as an unmistakable sign that the world was entering its last days. This text shows how pervasive was this pessimistic mood and how powerfully it affected English writing from Shakespeare to Milton.


Way Station to Space
  • Author : National Aeronautics Administration,Mack Herring
  • Publisher : CreateSpace
  • Release Date : 2013-10
  • Category:
  • Pages : 508
  • ISBN Code: 9781493625994

Summary: "Way Station to Space is a history of the NASA John C. Stennis Space Center, one of NASA's 10 Field Centers which was built in the enormously exciting days of the Apollo program for a specific purpose-to static fire and certify the huge Saturn V boosters used in the Apollo lunar landing program. With an eye to the future, the facility was planned as a national testing site for large propulsion systems that NASA might use for 25 to 50 years. This book provides the reader with a study of the Apollo era when NASA engineers, technicians, and managers were engaged in that fantastic mission. It captures a sense of the excitement and determination of the NASA team as it prepared for those historic journeys to our nearest planetary neighbor. This book, however, also illustrates the evolution of the south Mississippi facility beyond the Apollo era. The development of the traditions and pride of the NASA Government and contractor teams, formulated during those early years, is likewise portrayed. As is indicated in the text, few of the men and women of that time are still actively working with us, but their tradition of excellence and hard work lives on. As the Apollo program began to ebb, the Nation's focus shifted away from the most ambitious plans for space exploration-to colonize the Moon, construct a Space Station, and mount a human mission to Mars-to less costly endeavors. Under creative management, the Mississippi team began to study the Nation's new priorities with the intention of becoming an integral part of the changing times. The Mississippi Test Facility (MTF-former name of SSC) diversified and brought in other Federal and State agencies to help share the cost of the Center and use of the developing technology. MTF personnel began looking for other customers, private and commercial, in addition to their new Government tenants. The men and women of the MTF were, in a real sense, "reinventing" Government over 25 years ago, long before that concept came into vogue. "Way Station to Space takes the reader back through those interesting times and relates the story of how the small team evolved into a paradigm of engineering and scientific cooperation for others to follow. The MTF team recycled facilities and resources, turning part of the huge Center into a diverse environmental research center. The Stennis Space Center now serves as a model of multiagency synergy and is home to over 30 Federal and State agencies, universities, and private industries. This new addition to the NASA history series also illustrates how the men and women of this south Mississippi facility met challenges head-on. They not only preserved their installation, but they built a new foundation for the future. As a result in 1996, the Stennis Space Center was officially designated as NASA's Lead Center for rocket propulsion testing and in 1997 as the Lead Center for Commercial Remote Sensing. "Way Station to Space is not only the history of one of NASA's Centers, it is also an allegory of the Center's relationship to the local communities in Mississippi and Louisiana, its sister Centers, and to NASA Headquarters. Not only does this book tell an interesting story about the Stennis Space Center and NASA's first decades of space exploration, it also offers a guide to the changing times ahead as we approach the new millennium. Perhaps just as importantly, "Way Station to Space captures the true spirit of NASA that abides with us today as we meet the challenges of tomorrow.



The Selected Writings and Speeches of Sir Edward Coke
  • Author : Sir Edward Coke
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2003
  • Category: Law
  • Pages : 285
  • ISBN Code: N.A

Summary: These volumes contain the most important works of the great English jurist-politician who set out to codify English common law. In his Reports and his Institutes, Coke set down a view of English law that has had a powerful influence on lawyers, judges, and politicians through the present day.



The Genius of Parody
  • Author : R. Mack
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2007-02-15
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 285
  • ISBN Code: 0230286518

Summary: Recent theoretical approaches have compelled critics to rethink many received notions regarding the significance of contemporary parodic activity. This study places parody firmly (if paradoxically) where it belongs: at the centre of the literary-creative process in the literature of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth centuries.


The State of the Animals, 2001
  • Author : Deborah J. Salem,Andrew N. Rowan
  • Publisher : Humane Society of the U S
  • Release Date : 2001
  • Category: Animal experimentation
  • Pages : 212
  • ISBN Code: N.A

Summary: Scholars, industry experts, and activists present an array of perspectives on the conditions in which animals and people cohabitate and how it has evolved, for better and for worse, over the past half- century. Addressed are farm animals, pets, laboratory animals, zoo animals, and wildlife around the world. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)


Law and Anthropology
  • Author : René Kuppe,Richard Potz
  • Publisher : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
  • Release Date : 1996-02-14
  • Category: Law
  • Pages : 280
  • ISBN Code: 9789041101945

Summary: The "Law & Anthropology Yearbook" brings together a collection of studies that discuss legal problems raised by cultural differences between people and the law to which they are subject. "Volume 8" contains a selection of edited papers presented at the VIth International Symposium of the Commission on Folk Law and Legal Pluralism, dealing with the topic of Indigenous Self-Determination and Legal Pluralism'.


Fishing for Answers
  • Author : Yumiko Kura,Carmen Revenga,Eriko Hoshino,Greg Mock
  • Publisher : World Resources Inst
  • Release Date : 2004
  • Category: Nature
  • Pages : 140
  • ISBN Code: N.A

Summary: Allows consumers make links between what they eat and the effect on the ecosystem and fishers globally. Stimulates dialogues among environmentalists, fishing industry, consumers.


How America Became Capitalist
  • Author : James Parisot
  • Publisher : Pluto Press (UK)
  • Release Date : 2019-02
  • Category: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • Pages : 272
  • ISBN Code: 9780745337876

Summary: An epic history of the formation of American capitalism, focusing on gender, race and Empire.


Pope and Horace
  • Author : Frank Stack,Stack Frank
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release Date : 1985-10-10
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 316
  • ISBN Code: 0521266955

Summary: The thrust of the book is to emphasize the radical nature of Pope's interpretation of Horace, an engagement both dynamic and changing.


Cultural Secrets as Narrative Form
  • Author : Margaret K. Reid
  • Publisher : Ohio State University Press
  • Release Date : 2004
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 259
  • ISBN Code: 0814209475

Summary: Cultural Secrets as Narrative Form: Storytelling in Nineteenth-Century America examines the interplay between the familiar and the forgotten in tales of America's first century as a nation. By studying both the common concerns and the rising tensions between the known and the unknown, the told and the untold, this book offers readers new insight into the making of a nation through stories. Here, identity is built not so much through the winnowing competition of perspectives as through the cumulative layering of stories, derived from sources as diverse as rumors circulating in early patriot newspapers and the highest achievements of aesthetic culture. And yet this is not a source study: the interaction of texts is reciprocal, and the texts studied are not simply complementary but often jarring in their interrelations. The result is a new model of just how some of America's central episodes of self-definition -- the Puritan legacy, the Revolutionary War, and the Western frontier -- have achieved near mythic force in the national imagination. The most powerful myths of national identity, this author argues, are not those that erase historical facts but those able to transform such facts into their own deep resources. Book jacket.


Shakespeare and Italy
  • Author : Jack D'Amico
  • Publisher : Orange Groove Books
  • Release Date : 2009-09-01
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 216
  • ISBN Code: 9781616101121

Summary: "A must-read for any student of Renaissance culture as well as for Shakespeare scholars. It shows how and why Italian city life reverberated even across the Channel to enliven the English stage."--Silvia Ruffo Fiore, University of South Florida "D'Amico's book gives new life to an old idea--that Shakespeare's plays are essentially affirmative--and this is a message that not only seems to me deeply true but also will be welcomed by very many readers."-- Dain A. Trafton, professor emeritus, Rockford College In this rich study of the Italian settings in eleven of Shakespeare's plays, Jack D'Amico examines the essential characteristics of 16th-century Italian society and the Italian city-state as they come to life on Shakespeare's stage. Through the medium of his theater, we see how he creates an urban world open to exchange and decidedly theatrical in spirit. We witness Shakespeare's Italy become, simultaneously, the distant city and the mirror of his own Renaissance London. The book begins by reviewing what Shakespeare may have known about Italy, both the attractions and the dangers of Italian society as they may have appeared in the contemporary popular imagination. D'Amico observes that the dangers seem more pronounced in the tragedies, while the allure of a foreign city, where change and order can coexist, seems to predominate in the comedies. Structuring the book around specific features of the imagined urban setting, he discusses the piazza, the garden, the street, interior spaces, the court, and the temple, demonstrating that the city's limits and contradictions lend a special kind of consistency to the world of Shakespeare's plays. Written in a highly accessible style and carefully documented with primary and secondary sources, this book will be of great interest to teachers and scholars, to undergraduate and graduate students, and to the general reader. Jack D'Amico, professor of English at Canisius College, is coeditor of "The Legacy of Benedetto Croce: Contemporary Critical Views" and author of "The Moor in English Renaissance Drama" (UPF, 1991).


The Harmon Memorial Lectures in Military History, 1988-2017
  • Author : Mark E. Grotelueschen,John J. Abbatiello
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2020
  • Category: Aeronautics, Military
  • Pages : N.A
  • ISBN Code: 9781585663026

Summary: "Each year, the Academy's Department of History selects a leading military historian to present the Harmon Memorial Lecture to all cadets enrolled in the military history courses offered that term. For many years, these lectures were printed and disseminated individually across the Academy, the Air Force, and throughout academia. In 1988, Lt. Col Harry Borowski, then a faculty member in the Department of History, edited a volume containing the first 30 years of Harmon Lectures. This volume picks up where Lt Col Borowski left off, presenting the next 30 years of Harmon Lectures for the benefit of cadets, faculty and staff, the Air Force, scholars throughout academia, and all persons interested in military history throughout the world. Each of these volumes includes the work and wisdom of the finest military historians of their eras; the contributors represent a veritable Hall of Fame of military historians from 1959 to 2017"--


Police of the Pastoral Frontier
  • Author : Leslie Edward Skinner
  • Publisher : St. Lucia, Q. : University of Queensland Press
  • Release Date : 1975
  • Category: Aboriginal Australian police
  • Pages : 455
  • ISBN Code: N.A

Summary: History of the Native Police Force in Queensland, its formation, development and disbandment; the violent conflict between police, colonists and Aborigines; government policy towards Aborigines and the law; prejudice. An appendix identifies by name Aborigines who served in the police.


The Seat of Empire
  • Author : Charles Carleton Coffin
  • Publisher : Library of Alexandria
  • Release Date : 2020-09-28
  • Category: Minnesota
  • Pages : 232
  • ISBN Code: 1465590773

Summary: Last summer I cut loose from all care, and enjoyed a few weeks of freedom and recreation with a party of gentlemen on the frontier between Lake Superior and the Missouri River. I was charmed by the beauty of the country, amazed at its resources, and favorably impressed by its probable future. Its attractions were set forth in a series of letters contributed to the Boston Journal. People from every Eastern State, as well as from New York and the British Provinces, have called upon me since my return, for the purpose of "having a talk about the Northwest," while others have applied by letter for additional or specific information, and others still have requested a republication of the letters. In response to these calls this small volume has been prepared, setting forth the physical features of the vast reach of country lying between the Lakes and the Pacific, not only in the United States, but in British America as well. The most trustworthy accounts of persons who have lived there, as well as of engineers who have been sent out by the United States, British, and Canadian governments, have been collated, that those seeking a home in Minnesota or Dakota may know what sort of a country lies beyond, and what will be its probable future. The map accompanying the volume has been prepared for the most part by the Bureau of the United States Topographical Engineers. It gives me pleasure to acknowledge my indebtedness to Major-General Humphreys, in charge of the Bureau, and to Colonel Woodruffe, in charge of the map department, for permission to use the same. Through their courtesy I am enabled to place before the public the most complete map ever published of the country between the 36th and 55th parallel, extending across the continent, and showing not only the entire railway system of the Eastern and Middle States, but also the Union Pacific Railroad and the Northern Pacific, now under construction. The figures followed by the letter T have reference to the elevation of the locality above tide-water, thus enabling the reader to obtain at a glance a comprehensive idea of the topographical as well as the geographical features of the country.


Foreign Bodies
  • Author : Bronwen Douglas,Chris Ballard
  • Publisher : ANU E Press
  • Release Date : 2008-10-01
  • Category: Social Science
  • Pages : 352
  • ISBN Code: 1921536004

Summary: From the 18th century, Oceania became the principal laboratory of raciology for scholars, voyagers, and colonizers alike. By juxtaposing encounters and theory, this magisterial book explores the semantics of human difference in all its emotional, intellectual, religious, and practical dimensions. The argument developed is subtle, engrossing, and gives the paradigm of 'race' its full use value. Foreign Bodies is a model of analysis and erudition from which historians of science and everyone interested in intercultural relations will greatly profit.




Indigenous Education
  • Author : Huia Tomlins-Jahnke,Sandra Styres,Spencer Lilley,Dawn Zinga
  • Publisher : University of Alberta
  • Release Date : 2017-03-24
  • Category: Education
  • Pages : 560
  • ISBN Code: 1772124141

Summary: For Indigenous students and teachers alike, formal teaching and learning occurs in contested places. In Indigenous Education, leading scholars in contemporary Indigenous education from North America and the Pacific Islands disentangle aspects of education from colonial relations to advance a new, Indigenously-informed philosophy of instruction. Broadly multidisciplinary, this volume explores Indigenous education from theoretical and applied perspectives and invites readers to embrace new ways of thinking about and doing schooling. Part of a growing body of research, this is an exciting, powerful volume for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars, researchers, policy makers, and teachers, and a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the contested spaces of contemporary education. Contributors: Jill Bevan-Brown, Frank Deer, Wiremu Doherty, Dwayne Donald, Ngarewa Hawera, Margie Hohepa, Robert Jahnke, Patricia Maringi G. Johnston, Spencer Lilley, Daniel Lipe, Margaret J. Maaka, Angela Nardozi, Katrina-Ann R. Kapāʻanaokalāokeola Nākoa Oliveira, Wally Penetito, Michelle Pidgeon, Leonie Pihama, Jean-Paul Restoule, Mari Ropata-Te Hei, Sandra Styres, Huia Tomlins-Jahnke, Sam L. No‘eau Warner, K. Laiana Wong, Dawn Zinga


Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography
  • Author : John Hannavy
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2013-12-16
  • Category: Photography
  • Pages : 1736
  • ISBN Code: 1135873275

Summary: The Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography is the first comprehensive encyclopedia of world photography up to the beginning of the twentieth century. It sets out to be the standard, definitive reference work on the subject for years to come. Its coverage is global – an important ‘first’ in that authorities from all over the world have contributed their expertise and scholarship towards making this a truly comprehensive publication. The Encyclopedia presents new and ground-breaking research alongside accounts of the major established figures in the nineteenth century arena. Coverage includes all the key people, processes, equipment, movements, styles, debates and groupings which helped photography develop from being ‘a solution in search of a problem’ when first invented, to the essential communication tool, creative medium, and recorder of everyday life which it had become by the dawn of the twentieth century. The sheer breadth of coverage in the 1200 essays makes the Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography an essential reference source for academics, students, researchers and libraries worldwide.




Cyberpunk & Cyberculture
  • Author : Dani Cavallaro
  • Publisher : A&C Black
  • Release Date : 2000-04-01
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 280
  • ISBN Code: 1847140351

Summary: Cyberpunk and Cyberculture explores the work of a wide range of writers- Acker, Cadigan, Rucker, Shierley, Sterling, Williams and, of course, Gibson - setting their work in the context of science fiction, other literary genres, genre cinema - from Metropolis to Terminator to The Matrix - and contemporary work on the culture of technology.


Irish Gothics
  • Author : Christina Morin,Niall Gillespie
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2014-05-30
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 215
  • ISBN Code: 1137366656

Summary: Scholarly interest in 'the Irish Gothic' has grown at a rapid pace in recent years, but the debate over exactly what constitutes this body of literature remains far from settled. This collection of essays explores the rich complexities of the literary gothic in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Ireland.


American Crime Fiction
  • Author : Peter Swirski
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2016-07-15
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 222
  • ISBN Code: 331930108X

Summary: Peter Swirski looks at American crime fiction as an artform that expresses and reflects the social and aesthetic values of its authors and readers. As such he documents the manifold ways in which such authorship and readership are a matter of informed literary choice and not of cultural brainwashing or declining literary standards. Asking, in effect, a series of questions about the nature of genre fiction as art, successive chapters look at American crime writers whose careers throw light on the hazards and rewards of nobrow traffic between popular forms and highbrow aesthetics: Dashiell Hammett, John Grisham, William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, Raymond Chandler, Ed McBain, Nelson DeMille, and F. Scott Fitzgerald.


Politics and Aesthetics in European Baroque and Classicist Tragedy
  • Author : Jan Bloemendal,Nigel Smith
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2016-08
  • Category: History
  • Pages : 442
  • ISBN Code: 9789004323414

Summary: Politics and Aesthetics in European Baroque and Classicist Tragedyis a volume of essays investigating European tragedy in the seventeenth century, comparing Shakespeare, Vondel, Gryphius, Racine and other vernacular tragedians, as well as neo-Latin dramas by Jesuits and others, and with respect to politics, religion and law.