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The Sentient Archive
The Sentient Archive gathers the work of scholars and practitioners in dance, performance, science, and the visual arts. Its twenty-eight rich and challenging essays cross boundaries within and between disciplines, and illustrate how the body serves as a repository for knowledge. Contributors include Nancy Goldner, Marcia B. Siegel, Jenn Joy, Alain Platel, Catherine J. Stevens, Meg Stuart, André Lepecki, Ralph Lemon, and other notable scholars and artists.
Published by Wesleyan University Press on 06/26/2018
Book details: 360 pages.

The Fabric of Our Lives
Festschrift to mark fifty years of the company.
Published by Penguin Books India on 08/20/2019
Book details: 289 pages.

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Chancery of the State of New-York
Published on 08/20/2019
Book details: 289 pages.

Tarnished Idol
Published by Norman Publishing on 08/20/2019
Book details: 672 pages.

Bristol Business and Industry
Bristol was incorporated in 1785 and quickly became recognized as a clock-manufacturing center and home of the E. Ingraham Company’s “dollar watch.” The town grew with the many immigrant workers who arrived to work for local knitting mills, spring companies, and brass manufacturers. By the 1890s, the strong growth of the town brought an influx of people with different skills who established the Bristol Press, banks, local neighborhood shops and markets, and service industries. In 1920, Bristol Nurseries created new varieties of chrysanthemums that eventually made Bristol known as the “Mum City.” Redevelopment in the 1960s brought the new Bristol Plaza and changes on Farmington Avenue. In 1979, ESPN started its first broadcast in its new home on Middle Street. With the completion of the new Route 72, Bristol will today continue to offer new opportunities for business and industry to grow.
Published by Arcadia Publishing on 08/16/2010
Book details: 128 pages.

A Stretch on the River
In this largely autobiographical story, the lively and nonstop dialogue portrays the excitement, humor, and independence of a hard-working steamboat crew on the upper Mississippi.
Published by Minnesota Historical Society Press on 08/20/2019
Book details: 252 pages.

Paul Revere's Ride
Published on 08/20/2019
Book details: 76 pages.

Civil Society and the Political Imagination in Africa
The essays in this important new collection explore the diverse, unexpected, and controversial ways in which the idea of civil society has recently entered into populist politics and public debate throughout Africa. In a substantial introduction, anthropologists Jean and John Comaroff offer a critical theoretical analysis of the nature and deployment of the concept—and the current debates surrounding it. Building on this framework, the contributors investigate the "problem" of civil society across their regions of expertise, which cover the continent. Drawing creatively on one another's work, they examine the impact of colonial ideology, postcoloniality, and development practice on discourses of civility, the workings of everyday politics, the construction of new modes of selfhood, and the pursuit of moral community. Incisive and original, the book shows how struggles over civil society in Africa reveal much about larger historical forces in the post-Cold War era. It also makes a strong case for the contribution of historical anthropology to contemporary discourses on the rise of a "new world order."
Published by University of Chicago Press on 08/20/1999
Book details: 318 pages.

Philidadelphia Guide to Visual & Performing Arts
An informative guide to the best Philadelphia has to offer spotlights a full range of the cultural experiences and activities throughout the city, including art museums, gardens, opera, music, dance, and theater. Original.
Published by Stackpole Books on 08/20/2019
Book details: 84 pages.
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