Oxford University Press There are wonderful inner things hidden within dancing. Flicking forward through a history of moving image can also highlight intersection points between dance and screen practice. It is as though the landscape appears as a movie projected on to the screen of the window.
Mary Elise Antoine Wisconsin Historical Society Press, Albert Coryer, the grandson of a fur trade voyageur-turned-farmer, had a gift for storytelling.
Born inhe grew up in Prairie du Chien hearing tales of days gone by from his parents, grandparents, and neighbors who lived in the Frenchtown area. Throughout his life, Albert soaked up the local oral traditions, including narratives about early residents, local landmarks, interesting and funny events, ethnic customs, myths, and folklore.
Late in life, this lively man who had worked as a farm laborer and janitor drew a detailed illustrated map of the Prairie du Chien area and began to write his stories out longhand, in addition to sharing them in an interview with a local historian and folklore scholar.
The map, stories, and interview transcript provide a colorful account of Prairie du Chien in the late nineteenth century, when it was undergoing significant demographic, social, and economic change. Jean Ann Gallaudet University Press, In the growing body of research on sign language linguistics, one area of inquiry considers an important component of all sign languages — handshapes — and whether the use of specific kinds increase in direct relation to the ease of their formation.
Ann employs a straightforward methodology in her examination of the use of Taiwan Sign Language TSL handshapes in five succinct chapters.
She divides the handshapes into three categories, ranging from impossible to easy. In the fourth chapter, she applies her model to examine the patterns of TSL, first by describing the 56 handshapes identified in TSL, then determining how often each is used.
The final chapter summarizes her findings and suggests implications of this work that are bound to generate further speculation and study on sign language handshapes in the future.
John O'Brien The Institution of Engineering and Technology, Frequency-Domain Control Design for High-Performance Systems serves as a practical guide for the control engineer, and attempts to bridge the gap between industrial and academic control theory. Frequencydomain techniques rooted in classical control theory are presented with new approaches in nonlinear compensation that result in robust, high-performance closed-loop systems.
Illustrative examples using data from actual control designs are included. Silbiger Duke University Press, Girolamo Frescobaldi occupies a special place in the history of music as the first significant European composer who concentrated his major creative efforts into the realm of instrumental music.
In this collection of papers based on the Quadricentennial Frescobaldi Studies Conference, sixteen American and European specialists examine important aspects of the life and works of this composer and of his role in the creation of a new musical language of the Baroque.
Susanne Elizabeth Freidberg Harvard University Press, That rosy tomato perched on your plate in December is at the end of a great journey - not just over land and sea, but across a vast and varied cultural history. This is the territory charted in Fresh.
Freidberg takes six common foods from the refrigerator to discover what each has to say about our notions of freshness. Local livelihoods; global trade; the politics of taste, community, and environmental change: What a feast for the senses!
The state is ablaze with colors—picture vivid green peppers and inky blueberries. Imagine the intense pleasure of biting into a juicy red tomato or a crisp, tangy apple.
Think about the scent of strawberries or the sweet flavor of corn-on-the-cob. Recall the feel of plump, fuzzy peaches and smooth slick cranberries. Presented in an easy-to-use format, the book features dozens of color photographs. It is conveniently divided into chapters brimming with luscious recipes spotlighting New Jersey berries strawberries, blueberries, and cranberriespeaches, apples, tomatoes, peppers, and corn.
Health-conscious cooks will be happy to know that fat is never used gratuitously and the calorie and nutrient content of each recipe is included.
Carol Byrd-Bredbenner also includes information on the history, botany, and safe storage of fruits and vegetables. Every recipe has been kitchen tested and tasted by discerning diners to be certain that they are absolutely delicious.
Pielou University of Chicago Press, With the eye of a professional scientist and the passion of a dedicated amateur, E. Pielou conducts a guided tour of fresh water on its course through the natural world.
As the world's supply of clean, fresh water continues to dwindle, it becomes increasingly important to understand the close connection between water and all forms of life.
Pielou's fascination with fresh water gives us a "natural history" that is remarkable and surprising.
Dip into Fresh Water. It will both stimulate and satisfy as only good natural history can. A welcome addition to the genre of literature designed to bridge the gap between scientists.
Women Writing on the Great Lakes is a collection of nonfiction works by women writers. These works focus on the Midwest: Contributing to this collection are renowned poets, essayists, and fiction writers, all of whom write about their own creative streams of consciousness, the fresh waters of the Great Lakes, and the region's many rivers: Thieme, Robin Abell, Melanie L.
Stiassny, and Paul Skelton Island Press, As part of a global effort to identify those areas where conservation measures are needed most urgently, World Wildlife Fund has assembled teams of scientists to conduct ecological assessments of all seven continents.
Freshwater Ecoregions of Africa and Madagascar is the latest contribution, presenting in a single volume the first in-depth analysis of the state of freshwater biodiversity across Africa, Madagascar, and the islands of the region.
Looking at biodiversity and threats in terms of biological units rather than political units, the book offers a comprehensive examination of the entire range of aquatic systems.
In addition to its six main chapters, the book includes nineteen essays by regional experts that provide more depth on key issues, as well as six detailed appendixes that present summary data used in the analyses, specific analytical methodologies, and a thorough text description for each of Africa's ninety-three freshwater ecoregions.
Freshwater Ecoregions of Africa and Madagascar provides a blueprint for conservation action and represents an unparalleled guide for investments and activities of conservation agencies and donor organizations.Mary Ann Doane (born ) is the Class of Professor of Film and Media at the University of California, Camera Obscura, and Psychoanalysis and Cinema, an anthology by E.
Ann Kaplan. Doane argues that Classical Hollywood cinema was produced, moderated, and controlled by the male spectator's views. Thus, most of the . The present compilation chronicles early mobilizations for women's rights, the articulation of feminist and LGBTQ discourses within mainstream institutions, and the creation of autonomous women's groups and communities in ways that challenge widely-adopted periodizations of feminism in waves.
Mary Ann Doane. Global Feminisms and the State. Category Archives: Urban Space. Trafficking in the Zombie: The CDC Zombie Apocalypse Campaign, Diseaseability and Pandemic Culture – Neil Gerlach & Sheryl N. Hamilton to Daniel Defoe’s A Journal of the Plague Year (), Mary Shelley’s The Last Man (), In fact, horror cinema is one of the most prolific in terms of adopting.
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A summary of Mary Ann Doane's "The Voice in the Cinema: The Articulation of Body and Space" Essay by crysty, University, Master's, A, March download word file, 2 pages download word file, 2 pages 1 votes3/5(1). Stealing Lincoln’s Body Thomas J.
CRAUGHWELL H. T. Tsiang’s And China Has Hands, and Lois-Ann Yamanaka’s Blu’s Hanging, as well as Philip Kan Gotanda’s play, and the "culture of aging and Yiddishkeit," offer a magisterial summary of her life's work.