1 000 Portrait Illustrations

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Author: Julia Schonlau
Publisher: Quarry Books
ISBN: 1610586093
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1 000 Portrait Illustrations by Julia Schonlau


Original Title: 1 000 Portrait Illustrations

In this beautiful addition to the 1,000 series, 1,000 Portrait Illustrations showcases the best work from renowned artists from across the globe. With detailed profiles, extensive interviews, and gorgeous imagery, this book is a feast of creativity. Featured artists include: - Randy Glass: http://www.randyglassstudio.com - David Fullarton: http://www.davidfullarton.com - Ward Schumaker: http://www.warddraw.com - Sam Wolfe: http://www.samwolfeconnelly.com - Daniel Zender: http://www.danielzender.com - Bryce Wymer: http://www.brycewymer.com - Daniel Krall: http://www.danielkrall.com - Sam Weber: http://www.sampaints.com - Daniel Fishel: http://www.o-fishel.com - Kyungduk Kim: http://www.dukillustration.com - Sharmila Banerjee: http://www.sharmilabanerjee.de - Jenny Morgan: http://www.jennymorganart.com - Kelly Thompson: http://www.kellythompson.co.nz - And many others Explore a diverse range of artistic talent in portraiture and become truly inspired by this stunning collection!

Miranda July S Intermedial Art

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Author: Antje Czudaj
Publisher: transcript Verlag
ISBN: 383943369X
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Miranda July S Intermedial Art by Antje Czudaj


Original Title: Miranda July S Intermedial Art

This first in-depth study of Miranda July's work reveals some of its major motives and consequently provides fascinating insights into the lifestyle of the contemporary white Californian middle class. Through an analysis of July's award-winning intermedial work, the author lays open how July takes individualism and self-help as constitutive for the creative class. Although a member of the creative class herself, July's voice oscillates between irony and approval. July thus paints a fascinating portrait of neurotic hipsterism, which triggers self-reflection in the general reader and critical thinking in the cultural analyst.

Holocaust Archaeologies

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Author: Caroline Sturdy Colls
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319106414
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Holocaust Archaeologies by Caroline Sturdy Colls


Original Title: Holocaust Archaeologies

Holocaust Archaeologies: Approaches and Future Directions aims to move archaeological research concerning the Holocaust forward through a discussion of the variety of the political, social, ethical and religious issues that surround investigations of this period and by considering how to address them. It considers the various reasons why archaeological investigations may take place and what issues will be brought to bear when fieldwork is suggested. It presents an interdisciplinary methodology in order to demonstrate how archaeology can (uniquely) contribute to the history of this period. Case examples are used throughout the book in order to contextualise prevalent themes and a variety of geographically and typologically diverse sites throughout Europe are discussed. This book challenges many of the widely held perceptions concerning the Holocaust, including the idea that it was solely an Eastern European phenomena centred on Auschwitz and the belief that other sites connected to it were largely destroyed or are well-known. The typologically , temporally and spatial diverse body of physical evidence pertaining to this period is presented and future possibilities for investigation of it are discussed. Finally, the volume concludes by discussing issues relating to the “re-presentation” of the Holocaust and the impact of this on commemoration, heritage management and education. This discussion is a timely one as we enter an age without survivors and questions are raised about how to educate future generations about these events in their absence.

Spin

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Original Title: Spin

From the concert stage to the dressing room, from the recording studio to the digital realm, SPIN surveys the modern musical landscape and the culture around it with authoritative reporting, provocative interviews, and a discerning critical ear. With dynamic photography, bold graphic design, and informed irreverence, the pages of SPIN pulsate with the energy of today's most innovative sounds. Whether covering what's new or what's next, SPIN is your monthly VIP pass to all that rocks.

1q84

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Author: Haruki Murakami
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ISBN: 9786050906387
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1q84 by Haruki Murakami


Original Title: 1q84

An ode to George Orwell's "1984" told in alternating male and female voices relates the stories of Aomame, an assassin for a secret organization who discovers that she has been transported to an alternate reality, and Tengo, a mathematics lecturer and novice writer.

Security And Hospitality In Literature And Culture

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Author: Jeffrey Clapp
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317425847
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Security And Hospitality In Literature And Culture by Jeffrey Clapp


Original Title: Security And Hospitality In Literature And Culture

With contributions from an international array of scholars, this volume opens a dialogue between discourses of security and hospitality in modern and contemporary literature and culture. The chapters in the volume span domestic spaces and detention camps, the experience of migration and the phenomena of tourism, interpersonal exchanges and cross-cultural interventions. The volume explores the multifarious ways in which subjects, citizens, communities, and states negotiate the mutual, and potentially exclusive, desires to secure themselves and offer hospitality to others. From the individual’s telephone and data, to the threshold of the family home, to the borders of the nation, sites of securitization confound hospitality’s injunction to openness, gifting, and refuge. In demonstrating an interrelation between ongoing discussions of hospitality and the intensifying attention to security, the book engages with a range of literary, cultural, and geopolitical contexts, drawing on work from other disciplines, including philosophy, political science, and sociology. Further, it defines a new interdisciplinary area of inquiry that resonates with current academic interests in world literature, transnationalism, and cosmopolitanism.

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