By Durva Gandhi
By Lindsay Blair
Drawing at the widest diversity attainable of fundamental fabric – almost all Cornell's scrapbooks and resource records, in addition to correspondence and diaries – supplemented via additional information accumulated in the course of greater than fifty interviews undertaken with the artist's relations and friends, together with Robert Motherwell and Susan Sontag, Lindsay Blair offers us the main designated photo but of an artist who concealed loads of his lifestyles from the area. Her end, totally convincing within the gentle of the facts she offers, is that Cornell's final topic was once the brain itself.
By JeMarc Boliver
By Richard Kämmerlings
Wer heute den Roman eines deutschsprachigen Autors in die Hand nimmt, darf die Erwartung haben, darin etwas über die Zeit zu erfahren, in der er lebt.
Der Literaturkritiker Richard Kämmerlings erzählt sehr persönlich von literarischen Glanzlichtern der letzten 20 Jahre und der Zeit, die sie spiegeln. Von den Kriegen und intercourse, von Wirtschaftkrise und Berlin-Boom, von Terror und Migration.
Literaturgeschichte als Zeitgeschichte und großes Lesevergnügen.
By Paul Riley
By Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb
By Julien Coallier
By Jessica Hoffmann Davis
This inspiring e-book leads tips on how to a brand new type of advocacy—one that forestalls justifying the humanities as worthy to studying different matters, and argues as a substitute for the robust classes that the humanities, like no different topics, educate our youngsters. Jessica Hoffmann Davis, a number one voice within the box of arts schooling, bargains a collection of ideas and instruments that might be important to advocates already operating demanding to make the case and safe a robust position for the humanities in schooling. She additionally reaches out to those that care deeply approximately schooling yet haven't begun to contemplate what the humanities uniquely offer. This booklet is for somebody prepared to courageous a brand new terrain during which the humanities are ultimately embraced with out apology!
“A must-read for an individual who cares approximately kids.”
—Carly Simon, author and musician
“Equips educators with transparent examples of the way to coach and the way to make the case for the basic and designated position of the humanities within the institution curriculum.”
—Richard J. Deasy, Director, Arts schooling Partnership
“Jessica Hoffmann Davis makes the simplest case but for why the humanities are necessary to each child’s schooling, each day. delivering eloquent facts of what the humanities do and educate, this can be a beneficial instruction manual for lecturers and humanities advocates with a word list of phrases and robust examples of powerful programs.”
—Ellen McCulloch-Lovell, President, Marlboro College
By Wolfgang Buddrus
By Jean-Claude Garnier
Ce tome, dédié à l'Asie, est le optimal d'une série que consacre Omri Ezrati au travail du photographe Jean-Claude Garnier.