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Beatrix Farrand S American Landscapes

Author : Diana Balmori
ISBN : UOM:39015013194082
Genre : Gardening
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Best known for her work at Princeton, Yale, and Dumbarton Oaks, Farrand (1872-1959), the niece of Edith Wharton, was a landscape designer. She synthesized European traditions to create an American style.

Conflict Identity And Protest In American Art

Author : Makeda Best
ISBN : 9781443888363
Genre : Art
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Conflict, Identity, and Protest in American Art explores the powerful relationship between artistic production and cultures of conflict in the United States. Such a theme continues to provoke practitioners and scholars across a range of media and disciplines, especially as definitions of war and protest evolve and change in the twenty-first century. This anthology presents vital discussions of visual works in relationship to national identity, the politics and contexts of artistic production and reception, and the expressive and political function of art within historical periods defined by wars, rebellions, and revolutions. It sheds new light on the shifting nature of identity, and specifically how conflict – armed conflict as well as rhetorical conflict – inspires new identities to emerge. Conflict, Identity, and Protest in American Art will appeal to historians of American art and architecture, American studies, cultural studies, and material culture. Its vibrant discussions of race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality represent the urgency of these topics in modern and contemporary art history. This book is suitable for academics at all levels, from undergraduates through to graduate students and faculty researchers, as well as artists and non-specialised readers.

2018 Yellowstone Wall Calendar

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ISBN : 1591521939
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Go wild in Yellowstone National Park. Long-time Yellowstone photographer David Peterson has captured the park's untamed beauty to enliven your year. Date grid for noting appointments; also includes holidays of major religions, U.S. and Canadian civil holidays, phases of the moon, and sunrise and sunset times.

2016 Photographer S Market

Author : Mary Burzlaff Bostic
ISBN : 9781440342660
Genre : Photography
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The Successful Photographer's Secret! Thousands of successful photographers have trusted Photographer's Market as a resource for growing their businesses. This edition contains the most comprehensive and up-to-date market contacts for working photographers today: magazines, book publishers, greeting card companies, stock agencies, advertising firms, contests and more. In addition to the more than 1,500 individually verified contacts, 2016 Photographer's Market includes: • A FREE 1-year subscription to ArtistsMarketOnline.com, where you can search industry contacts, track your submissions, get the latest photography news and much more (free subscription with print version only) • Up-to-date information on how to start and run a photography business, including how to find clients, who to contact to submit your photos, what types of photos they need and how to submit both digital and film images • Markets for fine art photographers, including hundreds of galleries and art fairs • NEW! Informative articles on starting a new business, taking stock photos, managing models, and the benefits of slowing down to create better work • NEW! Special features on selling without begging, obtaining micro funding, pricing photography, and methods for accepting payment • NEW! Inspiring and informative interviews with successful professionals, including portrait, still life and editorial photographers

Idaho 2016

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This 2016 Idaho wall calendar is packed full of breathtaking Idaho photography, skillfully captured and composed by fine-art photographer Linda Lantzy. Her images reflect the region's most breathtaking scenes, as they are captured with striking and dramatic composition. This 12x12 wall calendar includes U.S. and Canadian holidays, moon phases, and has large grid spaces.

Mixed Messages

Author : Catherine Gander
ISBN : 9781526101808
Genre : Art
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Offering a major contribution to the field of American culture and aesthetics in an interdisciplinary frame, this collection assembles the cutting-edge research of renowned and emerging scholars in literature and the visual arts, with a foreword by Miles Orvell. The volume represents the first of its kind: an intervention in current interdisciplinary approaches to the intersections of the written word and the visual image that moves beyond standard theoretical approaches to consider the written and visual artwork in embodied, cognitive and experiential terms. Tracing a strong lineage of pragmatism, romanticism, surrealism and dada in American intermedial works through the nineteenth century to the present day, the editors and authors of this volume chart a new and vital methodology for the study and appreciation of the correspondences between visual and verbal practices.

Sinai

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This colorful, medium-format wall calendar presents twelve stunning photographs by Omar Attum of the wildlife and rugged terrain of the Sinai Peninsula, selected from his book Sinai: Landscape and Nature in Egypt's Wilderness (AUC Press, 2014). The calendar is practically designed with plentyof space to write in special events and daily appointments throughout the year.

Encyclopedia Of Christianity In The United States

Author : George Thomas Kurian
ISBN : 9781442244320
Genre : Religion
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From the Founding Fathers through the present, Christianity has exercised powerful influence in America—from its role in shaping politics and social institutions to its hand in art and culture. The Encyclopedia of Christianity in the United States outlines the myriad roles Christianity has played and continues to play. This masterful multi-volume reference includes biographies of major figures in the Christian church in the United States, documents and Supreme Court decisions, and information on theology and theologians, denominations, faith-based organizations, immigration, art—from decorative arts and film to music and literature—evangelism and crusades, women’s issues, racial issues, civil religion, and more.

America In The Age Of Trump

Author : Douglas E. Schoen
ISBN : 9781641770132
Genre : Political Science
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America in the Age of Trump is a bracing, essential look at the failure of a great nation to meet the needs of its people and the challenges of the age—and the resulting collapse of public trust in government, as well as a pervasive crisis of national values, from broken families to a loss of faith in the American idea itself. This crisis of values occurs just as the country faces an unprecedented array of fiscal, economic, social, and national-security challenges: out-of-control federal spending, frighteningly large deficits, massive gaps of income and opportunity, cultural division, and a dangerous world in which American power seems increasingly incidental. In America in the Age of Trump, Douglas E. Schoen and Jessica Tarlov offer a definitive and unique assessment of a nation in turmoil, looking beneath well-known problems to identify underlying yet poorly understood causes. Readers will confront the crises, one by one: of trust, values, and governance; of education, economic opportunity, and fiscal solvency; of national security, domestic tranquility, and race relations. America in the Age of Trump gathers in one place a clear and comprehensive evaluation of the fundamental issues confronting the American future while offering bold, fresh approaches to meeting these challenges. Other books have described the specter of American decline, but none has been so comprehensive in its diagnosis or forward-looking—and non-ideological—in its remedies, explaining how we might yet overcome national self-doubt to reclaim our traditional optimism, reassert our place in the world, and secure a prosperous future for our citizens.

2016 Arkansas

Author : Tim Ernst
ISBN : 1882906837
Genre : Photography
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The 2016 ARKANSAS scenic wall calendar from Tim Ernst shows 14 full color scenes of the "The Natural State" in all seasons (including an extra bonus photo inside). This is a premium wall calendar printed on heavy paper, and the quality of each photograph is so good they are suitable for framing!

Thinking About Landscape Architecture

Author : Bruce Sharky
ISBN : 9781317538400
Genre : Architecture
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What is landscape architecture? Is it gardening, or science, or art? In this book, Bruce Sharky provides a complete overview of the discipline to provide those that are new to the subject with the foundations for future study and practice. The many varieties of landscape practice are discussed with an emphasis on the significant contributions that landscape architects have made across the world in daily practice. Written by a leading scholar and practitioner, this book outlines the subject and explores how, from a basis in garden design, it 'leapt over the garden wall' to encapsulate areas such as urban and park design, community and regional planning, habitat restoration, green infrastructure and sustainable design, and site engineering and implementation. Coverage includes: The effects that natural and human factors have upon design, and how the discipline is uniquely placed to address these challenges Examples of contemporary landscape architecture work - from storm water management and walkable cities to well-known projects like the New York High Line and the London Olympic Park Exploration of how art and design, science, horticulture, and construction come together in one subject Thinking about Landscape Architecture is perfect for those wanting to better understand this fascinating subject, and those starting out as landscape architecture students.

Enclosure

Author : Gary Fields
ISBN : 9780520291058
Genre : History
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"Enclosure marshals bold new and persuasive arguments about the ongoing dispossession of Palestinians. Revealing the Israel-Palestine landscape primarily as one of enclosure, geographer Gary Fields sheds fresh light on Israel's actions. He places those actions in historical context in a broad analysis of power and landscapes across the modern world. Examining the process of land-grabbing in early modern England, colonial North America, and contemporary Palestine, Enclosure shows how patterns of exclusion and privatization have emerged across time and geography. That the same moral, legal, and cartographic arguments were copied by enclosers of land in very different historical environments challenges Israel's current rationale as being uniquely beleaguered. It also helps readers in the United Kingdom and the United States understand the Israel-Palestine conflict in the context of their own, tortured histories"--Provided by publisher.

Before Borders

Author : Gregory Munson
ISBN : 0578623250
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Before Borders: Revealing the Greater Southwest's Ancestral Cultural Landscape examines the connections between the Earth and sky and how Native Americans and other indigenous peoples of the Greater Southwest likely used these connections to establish a calendar and inform other aspects of their lives. This collection of papers from our 2016 conference at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center in Cortez, CO explores how the land and sky are viewed by present-day Native Americans. Topics include how apparent motions of the sun and moon were used to mark culturally important dates by constructing architectural alignments or light/shadow interactions on landscape features. These connections between Earth and the celestial sphere helped provide order in the lives of the peoples living in the Greater Southwest a millennia ago. In this volume we examine Ancestral Pueblo sites in Chaco Canyon National Historical Park, Wupatki National Monument, Yucca House National Monument, the Ute Mountain Tribal Park and the lands of southeast Utah and southwest Colorado. Cultural essays in the book also delve into the cosmovisions of the indigenous peoples of the Greater Southwest and how they differ from the approach of peoples of European descent. With this volume we strive to close the gap between mainstream anthropological studies and research in cultural astronomy.

The Reagan Era

Author : Doug Rossinow
ISBN : 9780231538657
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In this concise yet thorough history of America in the 1980s, Doug Rossinow takes the full measure of Ronald Reagan's presidency and the ideology of Reaganism. Believers in libertarian economics and a muscular foreign policy, Reaganite conservatives in the 1980s achieved impressive success in their efforts to transform American government, politics, and society, ushering in the political and social system Americans inhabit today. Rossinow links current trends in economic inequality to the policies and social developments of the Reagan era. He reckons with the racial politics of Reaganism and its debt to the backlash generated by the civil rights movement, as well as Reaganism's entanglement with the politics of crime and the rise of mass incarceration. Rossinow narrates the conflicts that rocked U.S. foreign policy toward Central America, and he explains the role of the recession during the early 1980s in the decline of manufacturing and the growth of a service economy. From the widening gender gap to the triumph of yuppies and rap music, from Reagan's tax cuts and military buildup to the celebrity of Michael Jackson and Madonna, from the era's Wall Street scandals to the successes of Bill Gates and Sam Walton, from the first "war on terror" to the end of the Cold War and the brink of America's first war with Iraq, this history, lively and readable yet sober and unsparing, gives readers vital perspective on a decade that dramatically altered the American landscape.

The Good Brother

Author : Chris Offutt
ISBN : 9780684846194
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Virgil, a soft-spoken Kentucky boy, must choose between the unwritten code of the hills and his own sense of morals when his hell-raising oldest brother Boyd is killed

National Geographic Greatest Landscapes

Author : National Geographic Society (U.S.)
ISBN : 9781426217128
Genre : Photography
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From one majestic nature landscape to the next, this is an iconic collection of National Geographic's photography of the world's most beautiful locations that will immortalize the beauty of the great outdoors, showcasing evocative, and often unseen, images of extraordinary landscapes around the world. With vast deserts in twilight, snowcapped mountain ranges at the brink of dawn, a forest in the height of autumn colors, these indelible images will magnify the beauty, emotion, and depth that can be captured in the split second of a camera flash, taking readers on a spectacular visual journey and offering an elegant conduit to the world around them. Paired with illuminating insights from celebrated photographers, this beautiful book weaves a vibrant tapestry of images that readers will turn to again and again.

Grey Matter S

Author : Tom Jacobi
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With more than seventy photographs, Grey Matter(s) collects Tom Jacobi's striking photographs of some of the most spectacular wonders of the natural world. We've all stood in awe of a majestic snow-capped mountain or admired the stark beauty of a desert, but we probably haven't seen them like this--captured early in the morning, when a reduced color palette reveals them at their most powerful and sublime. For Grey Matter(s), Jacobi traveled over two years to six continents--North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica--capturing indelible images of their distinct natural beauty. One contemplative photograph, taken in Namibia's Deadvlei clay pan, depicts two dark, dead camel thorn trees standing in contrast with the parched white clay. Jacobi's photograph of Western Australia's Wave Rock shows what appears to be a frozen wall of water--some fifty feet high and three-hundred feet long--as though time has been made to stand still, while, on New Zealand's nearby Otago Coast, perfectly round moeraki boulders of Maori lore appear in timeless when shot at twilight. Iceland's Kirkjufell Mountain, which features on the book's cover, can only be captured in reflection when there is no wind and therefore requires absolute mindfulness of the photographer. The book also features many American landscapes, including Mono Lake, Death Valley, Bryce Canyon, Monument Valley, and Arches National Park. Each of Jacobi's photographs moves us unexpectedly from seeing the natural world through our normal detached contemplation to a more sublime appreciation of time and place, to "pure introspection," in the words of the singer and photographer Bryan Adams, who has written the book's thoughtful foreword.

Self Portrait In Dystopian Landscape

Author : Stephen Lackaye
ISBN : 0877758077
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Self-Portrait in Dystopian Landscape, the debut poetry collection by Stephen Lackaye, explores the post-industrial disquiet of the Rust Belt as a crucible for self creation. Lackaye brings life to a city of figures who try to reckon the subtle menace that lingers just beyond sure sight. A man who knows he is being watched contemplates the life of his voyeur. A laborer returning home hears a trap clap shut on someone in the woods and wonders if he can save the victim­--if there is indeed someone to save. A youth recollects his early education in hand-to-hand combat, unsure of what violence he was ever capable of. Throughout Self-Portrait in Dystopian Landscape, Lackaye anneals these stories in the bright fire of lyric mastery. These poems prompt us to find the border between the darkness within and the darkness without, to recover from the ruinous landscape the outlines of one's own self.

Eight Flavors

Author : Sarah Lohman
ISBN : 9781476753980
Genre : Cooking
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“Very cool…a breezy American culinary history that you didn’t know you wanted” (Bon Appetit) reveals a fascinating look at our past and uses long-forgotten recipes to explain how eight flavors changed how we eat. The United States boasts a culturally and ethnically diverse population that makes for a continually changing culinary landscape. But a young historical gastronomist named Sarah Lohman discovered that American food is united by eight flavors: black pepper, vanilla, curry powder, chili powder, soy sauce, garlic, MSG, and Sriracha. In “a unique and surprising view of American history…richly researched, intriguing, and elegantly written” (The Atlantic), Lohman sets out to explore how these influential ingredients made their way to the American table. She begins in the archives, searching through economic, scientific, political, religious, and culinary records. She pores over cookbooks and manuscripts, dating back to the eighteenth century, through modern standards like How to Cook Everything by Mark Bittman. Lohman discovers when each of these eight flavors first appear in American kitchens—then she asks why. “A fresh, original perspective to American culinary history” (The Christian Science Monitor), Eight Flavors takes you on a journey through the past to tell us something about our present, and our future. We meet John Crowninshield a New England merchant who traveled to Sumatra in the 1790s in search of black pepper. And Edmond Albius, a twelve-year-old slave who lived on an island off the coast of Madagascar, who discovered the technique still used to pollinate vanilla orchids today. Weaving together original research, historical recipes, gorgeous illustrations, and Lohman’s own adventures both in the kitchen and in the field, Eight Flavors is a delicious treat—which “may make you hungry” (Bustle).

A Nation Of Nations

Author : Tom Gjelten
ISBN : 9781476743875
Genre : History
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“An incisive look at immigration, assimilation, and national identity” (Kirkus Reviews) and the landmark immigration law that transformed the face of the nation more than fifty years ago, as told through the stories of immigrant families in one suburban county in Virginia. In the years since the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act, the foreign-born population of the United States has tripled. Americans today are vastly more diverse than ever. They look different, speak different languages, practice different religions, eat different foods, and enjoy different cultures. In 1950, Fairfax County, Virginia, was ninety percent white, ten percent African-American, with a little more than one hundred families who were “other.” Currently the Anglo white population is less than fifty percent, and there are families of Asian, African, Middle Eastern, and Latin American origin living all over the county. “In A Nation of Nations, National Public Radio correspondent Tom Gjelten brings these changes to life” (The Wall Street Journal), following a few immigrants to Fairfax County over recent decades as they gradually “Americanize.” Hailing from Korea, Bolivia, and Libya, the families included illustrate common immigrant themes: friction between minorities, economic competition and entrepreneurship, and racial and cultural stereotyping. It’s been half a century since the Immigration and Nationality Act changed the landscape of America, and no book has assessed the impact or importance of this law as A Nation of Nations. With these “powerful human stories…Gjelten has produced a compelling and informative account of the impact of the 1965 reforms, one that is indispensable reading at a time when anti-immigrant demagoguery has again found its way onto the main stage of political discourse” (The Washington Post).

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