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A Treatise on Holistic Functionalism By Quinn Lee
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Quinn Lee lives in a corporatocracy where he is drafted into a war he does not believe in and subsequently escapes to a matriarchal society. There he is arrested and writes a treatise describing what... More > he believes constitutes a functional society.< Less
Border Crossing - Vol 7 No 2 - July-December 2017 By Border Crossing
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Demographic gaps between Syrian and the European populations: What do they suggest?| Position of the Syrian refugee children in printed media| Motivational and perception changes in learning Japanese... More > in Brunei Darussalam| CONFERENCE REPORT: The Migration Conference 2017 Athens| Referential and vehicular languages in the process of migrant integration| Thinking about ‘transcultural capital’ and ‘transnational artistic practices’ of migrant Portuguese visual artists| The Quest for An Authentic Self: Memory and Identity in Philip Ridley’s Mercury Fur| Askeri Darbe Algı, Bilgi ve Tutum Ölçeği (Adabtö) Geçerlik ve Güvenirlik Çalışması| Pre-Pilot and Pilot Studies with Malaysian Nurses on Transnational Nurse Education| Analyzing Migration Across Literature: Russian Émigré Literature in the Texts of A. Averchenko and Z. Shakhovskaya|The Impact of the Syrian Refugee Crisis on the Civil Society Sector in Lebanon| Kadın ve Doğa Üzerindeki Tahakküme Alternatif bir Bakış: Ekofeminizm Üzerine bir Değerlendirme< Less
Restoration Earth, Vol 2(I), May 2012 By Katherine Batten MacDowell & Mark A. Schroll
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This is the second issue of the peer-reviewed journal Restoration Earth. In this issue researchers and artists have focused around the topic of ecofeminism, women's spirituality, and... More > transpersonal/dream studies. Contributing authors: Mark A Schroll, Sharon Mijares, Laurel Vogel, Lorraine Fish, Sondra Slade, Karen Vogel, Molly Remer, Judy Gardiner, Diane Greig Rickards, Hope Davis, Katherine Batten MacDowell. Artwork & poetry by Lin Neiswender, Anne Westlund, Deanne Quarrie, Raymonde Savoie, Laura Atkinson, Don Eulert.< Less
An Illuminated Feminist Seed Bank By Melissa Potter and Maggie Puckett
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An Illuminated Feminist Seed Bank is a new publication that tells the story of Seeds InService, a unique Chicago garden project by Maggie Puckett and Melissa H. Potter where plant fibers... More > are cultivated for art works, research projects, and public interventions. For the past five years, Seeds InService has combined feminist and ecological concerns with the art of hand papermaking. This book serves as both a scholarly and poetic reflection on hand craft and social practice in uncertain cultural landscapes and blends critical writings, research, project documentation and original artworks. It offers inspiration as well as an informational guide for you to start your own seed revolution. It also promotes Chicago’s history in craft activism—a feminist tale that weaves back to the Jane Addams Hull House and the Columbia College Chicago Center for Book & Paper.< Less
Restoration Earth, Vol 1(1), November 2011 By Katherine Batten MacDowell & Mark A. Schroll
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In the debut issue of the peer-reviewed academic journal Restoration Earth, readers are given an overview of the topics and goals of the journal. RE Issue 1 contains articles on environmental... More > philosophy, environmental education, ecopsychology, ecotherapy, evolution, shamanism, as well as short fiction, photography, and poetry exploring the relationship between human civilization and the natural world. Contributors included in this journal: Arne Naess, Alan Drengson, Florence Shepard, Michael Caley, Jorge Conesa-Sevilla, Vidya Sarveswaran, Mark Glasgow, Meredith Ball, Lynne Elson, Anne Westlund, Evin Okçuoğlu, Molly Remer, Tanya Collings, Simon Robinson, Christopher Westlund, Katherine Batten MacDowell, and Mark A. Schroll.< Less
City of Gustave By William Rubel
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In the surreal & underground tradition of Dostoevsky, Kafka, Beckett, and Djuna Barnes, CITY OF GUSTAVE was written by a twenty one year old English major at Columbia University.
To Create A Little Flower Is The Labour Of Ages, Or, The Aphorist, The Nihilist & The Word Anarchist Of The City Of Gustave By William Rubel
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Brief, absurdist, elliptical, exaggerated – interspersed with fragments of the world’s greatest sonnets – Gustave revisits, fictively and fantastically, Europe before modernism, the... More > theory of relativity, and the World Wars. Gustave M. a tragic artist-philosopher in the tradition of Hegel and Blake, has shut himself away in his flat, devastated by the infidelity and suicide of his fiancée, Princess Rachel Blanbekin IX, a highstrung heiress blackmailed by Gustave’s friend, the medical student, Lars. After twenty years, Rachel’s daughter Sophia (released from a nunnery into ownership of her estate, Toursenreve) has commissioned Lars to steal from Gustave the aphorisms that, rumor has it, he has written in the mother-of-pearl diary that belonged to her as a little girl. The theft of the diary rouses Gustave into a burlesque world of anarchy, crime, and nihilism that (paper-thin) is all too transparent to the transcendent.< Less
To Create A Little Flower Is The Labour Of Ages, Or, The Aphorist, The Nihilist & The Word Anarchist Of The City Of Gustave By William Rubel
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Brief, absurdist, elliptical, exaggerated – interspersed with fragments of the world’s greatest sonnets – Gustave revisits, fictively and fantastically, Europe before modernism, the... More > theory of relativity, and the World Wars. Gustave M. a tragic artist-philosopher in the tradition of Hegel and Blake, has shut himself away in his flat, devastated by the infidelity and suicide of his fiancée, Princess Rachel Blanbekin IX, a highstrung heiress blackmailed by Gustave’s friend, the medical student, Lars. After twenty years, Rachel’s daughter Sophia (released from a nunnery into ownership of her estate, Toursenreve) has commissioned Lars to steal from Gustave the aphorisms that, rumor has it, he has written in the mother-of-pearl diary that belonged to her as a little girl. The theft of the diary rouses Gustave into a burlesque world of anarchy, crime, and nihilism that (paper-thin) is all too transparent to the transcendent.< Less
City of Gustave By William Rubel
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In the surreal & underground tradition of Dostoevsky, Kafka, Beckett, and Djuna Barnes, CITY OF GUSTAVE was written by a twenty one year old English major at Columbia University.
Ecofamilism: Women, Religion, and Environmental Protection in Taiwan By Wan-Li Ho
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Ecofamilism proposes a new analytical framework, moving beyond ecofeminism, based on Western feminism and Christian theology, to illuminate Taiwanese women’s motivations and how they understand... More > their role in the environmental movement. Based on extensive interviews with women founders, leaders, and members of six non-governmental, often religious-based, organizations from 1990-2015, the work presents contemporary issues in Taiwan from the perspectives of social anthropology, geography, inter-religious cooperation, and global ethics. Ecofamilism offers a new way of approaching life in contemporary Asia, engaging more precisely with while authentically portraying the experiences of Taiwanese women—whose gender roles are ancillary to motivations of family, religion, and society.< Less

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Cardboard Cardboard By Patrick G. Redford
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