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Cultural Landscapes By Larry M. Rosen
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Life hasn't been kind to Haley. In his early 30’s, a database developer, and once a covert CIA operative, he has an alter ego who emerges when violence threatens. A half Irish, half Jewish... More > orphan, he retreated to a workaholic existence after his wife died in an accident. Then Haley met Montana-born Episcopalian, Willi Mayers, a master at verbal jousting, able to eat enormous quantities of food without gaining weight. As they develop a Cultural Landscapes System for the National Park Service, a cryptic note appears with the message 3912. More notes appear, and Haley’s formerly submissive alter ego becomes aggressive. In Montana, Haley tries to effect a rapprochement between Willi and her father, only to return home to face a personal tragedy that frees his alter ego to take vengeance on a merciless killer. His future with Willi at stake, Haley must confront a violent adversary from his past, while deciphering the true meaning and intent of the notes.< Less
Cultural Landscapes and the Bible By J W Rogerson
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This volume contains thirty-eight essays published by J. W. Rogerson between 1970 and 2014. Several appear in English translation for the first time. Part one explores the social organisation of Old... More > Testament society, its thought-worlds and its understanding of nature, sacrifice and physical boundaries. There is a detailed engagement with the structural anthropology of Claude Lévi-Strauss and a general discussion of the implications of applying sociology to Old Testament Studies. The second part contains essays on the history of the interpretation of the Old Testament . Part three is philosophical and theological. This volume offers an excellent guide to the range of the author’s thinking and writing, bringing together writing that in some cases is not readily accessible. It indicates something of the intellectual and academic basis of the author’s Christian devotional writings and sermons also published by Beauchief Abbey Press.< Less
Cultural Landscapes: A Haley and Willi Novel By Larry M. Rosen
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Life hasn't been kind to Haley. In his early 30's, a database developer, and once a covert CIA operative, he has an alter ego who emerges when violence threatens. A half Irish, half Jewish orphan, he... More > retreated to a workaholic existence after his wife died in an accident. Then Haley met Montana-born Episcopalian, Willi Mayers, a master at verbal jousting, able to eat enormous quantities of food without gaining weight. As they develop a Cultural Landscapes System for the National Park Service, a cryptic note appears with the message 3912. More notes appear, and Haley's formerly submissive alter ego becomes aggressive. In Montana, Haley tries to effect a rapprochement between Willi and her father, only to return home to face a personal tragedy that frees his alter ego to take vengeance on a merciless killer. His future with Willi at stake, Haley must confront a violent adversary from his past, while deciphering the true meaning and intent of the notes.< Less
Identity | Place: Urban Cultural Landscapes as Contact Zones By Arijit Sen
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This book contains field work and research done by Arijit Sen and his students in an architectural methods class. Arch 533 summer course ran for four weeks during which students studied selected... More > sites in New York city's Lower East Side. They traveled, researched, documented and analyzed these spaces during a 4-week period and completed this work in six weeks.< Less
Identity | Place: Urban Cultural Landscapes as Contact Zones By Arijit Sen
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This book contains field work and research done by Arijit Sen and his students in an architectural methods class. Arch 533 summer course ran for four weeks during which students studied selected... More > sites in New York city's Lower East Side. They traveled, researched, documented and analyzed these spaces during a 4-week period and completed this work in six weeks.< Less
American Landscape By Jason Brockert
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In his award winning series of paintings appropriately titled "American Landscape," artist Jason Brockert explores the delicate balance between our mass produced culture and the landscape... More > it inhabits. How do we relate to the characters on his canvases? Are we trapped in the grid or can we rise above it? This full color catalogue reproduces over twenty five of the paintings in stunning detail.< Less
Globe Park: Hybridizing Cultural, Ecological, and Industrial Spaces on Hamilton's Bayfront Landscape By Michael Votruba
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Hybridization of the contemporary urban park and the eco-industrial park as a medium for sustainable urbanization. Proposes a successional design process for global industrial evolution.
Globe Park: Hybridizing Cultural, Ecological, and Industrial Spaces on Hamilton's Bayfront Landscape By Michael Votruba
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Hybridization of the contemporary urban park and the eco-industrial park as a medium for sustainable urbanization. Proposes a successional design process for global industrial evolution.
The Legal Choice in a Cultural Landscape: An Explanatory model of the Roanoke River, North Carolina By Adam Friedman
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Within the Roanoke region of North Carolina, the Roanoke River has served as a natural route for trade and settlement. The river was at the core of economic activity. Human activity has created a... More > rich historical and archaeological record. The author studies anthropological trends regarding human behavior, economics, and archaeological signature of the Roanoke in pursuit of themes of legitimation, risk, industrial locational convenience, and legal and illicit forms of commerce.< Less
The Legal Choice in a Cultural Landscape: An Explanatory model of the Roanoke River, North Carolina By Adam Friedman
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Within the Roanoke region of North Carolina, the Roanoke River has served as a natural route for trade and settlement. The river was at the core of economic activity. Human activity has created a... More > rich historical and archaeological record. The author studies anthropological trends regarding human behavior, economics, and archaeological signature of the Roanoke in pursuit of themes of legitimation, risk, industrial locational convenience, and legal and illicit forms of commerce.< Less