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Review Of Before She Was Harriet By Lesa Cline-Ransome, Raeann Christine Jent Jan 2017

Review Of Before She Was Harriet By Lesa Cline-Ransome, Raeann Christine Jent

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The Symphony Of State: São Paulo's Department Of Culture, 1922-1938, Micah J. Oelze Jun 2016

The Symphony Of State: São Paulo's Department Of Culture, 1922-1938, Micah J. Oelze

FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations

In 1920s-30s São Paulo, Brazil, leaders of the vanguard artistic movement known as “modernism” began to argue that national identity came not from shared values or even cultural practices but rather by a shared way of thinking, which they variously designated as Brazil’s “racial psychology,” “folkloric unconscious,” and “national psychology.” Building on turn-of-the-century psychological and anthropological theories, the group diagnosed Brazil’s national mind as characterized by “primitivity” and in need of a program of psychological development. The group rose to political power in the 1930s, placing the artists in a position to undertake such a project. The Symphony ...


Review Of The Secret Subway By Shana Corey, Shaune Young Jan 2016

Review Of The Secret Subway By Shana Corey, Shaune Young

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Review Of The Nutcracker Comes To America: How Three Ballet-Loving Brothers Created A Holiday Tradition By Chris Barton & Cathy Gendron, Christiana O. Manthei Jan 2015

Review Of The Nutcracker Comes To America: How Three Ballet-Loving Brothers Created A Holiday Tradition By Chris Barton & Cathy Gendron, Christiana O. Manthei

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Review Of My Name Is Truth: The Life Of Sojourner Truth By Ann Turner, Lauren E. Yost Jan 2015

Review Of My Name Is Truth: The Life Of Sojourner Truth By Ann Turner, Lauren E. Yost

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La Representación De La Masculinidad Y La Violencia De Género En La Novela Española De La Posguerra, Alfredo M. Pastor Nov 2014

La Representación De La Masculinidad Y La Violencia De Género En La Novela Española De La Posguerra, Alfredo M. Pastor

FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations

While it may be argued that aggression against women is part of a culture of violence deeply rooted in Spanish society, the gender-related violence that exists in today’s Spain is more specifically a legacy of Franco’s dictatorship (1939-1975). Franco’s Spain endorsed unequal gender relations, championed patriarchal dominance and power over women, and imposed models of hegemonic and authoritarian masculinities that internalized violence by rendering it a feature inseparable from manhood and virility.

This dissertation provides a comprehensive analysis of masculinity and gender violence in Franco’s Spain, by analyzing the novel as the primary cultural vehicle of ...


Review Of Florence Nightingale By Demi, Rebekkah C. Reisner Jan 2014

Review Of Florence Nightingale By Demi, Rebekkah C. Reisner

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Review Of A Splash Of Red: The Life And Art Of Horace Pippin By Jen Bryant, Rebekkah C. Reisner Jan 2013

Review Of A Splash Of Red: The Life And Art Of Horace Pippin By Jen Bryant, Rebekkah C. Reisner

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Bryant recounts the deeply moving story of an African American veteran and artist, Horace Pippin. Sweet’s artistic work covers his pages with Horace Pippin quotes that are integral to profoundly enriching the story. A delightfully deep book.

A book that all reading levels can understand. Author and Illustrator Notes explain how they worked together preparing and researching the book. Further reading, film, websites, and quote sources listed. The back cover shows locations to view Horace Pippin’s artwork. Useful for classroom instruction for history, social studies, or art.

Highly Recommended. Rebekkah Reisner, Centennial Library Intern, Cedarville University


Review Of Who Says Women Can't Be Doctors? The Story Of Elizabeth Blackwell By Tanya Lee Stone, Rebekkah C. Reisner Jan 2013

Review Of Who Says Women Can't Be Doctors? The Story Of Elizabeth Blackwell By Tanya Lee Stone, Rebekkah C. Reisner

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