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A Small Book of the Creation By William H. Mueller
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This book critically examines biblical accounts of the origins of life and their implications for human obligation to God, nature and society, as relevant today as they were thousands of years ago it... More > is argued, to motivate actions that one would hope and pray, are morally good and other-regarding. Forward by Jeff Levin, Ph.D., M.P.H.< Less
MAIL ART Et cetera By Jas W Felter
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An illustrated survey of American/Canadian artist Jas W. Felter’s Mail Art through which the artist has expanded both the formal range and formats associated with this genre. It includes an... More > essay written by writer/curator Mary Fox which analyzes the complexity of Felter’s contribution to this global art form.< Less
A Small Book of the Creation By William Mueller, PhD
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This book critically examines biblical accounts of the origins of life and their implications for human obligation to God, nature and society, as relevant today as they were thousands of years ago it... More > is argued, to motivate actions that one would hope and pray, are morally good and other-regarding. Forward by Jeff Levin, Ph.D., M.P.H.< Less
The Mraurovian Glyph Folios By Jas W Felter
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A review of the Mraurovian Glyph Folios by Jas W Felter, created between 2005 and 2016 with an image with one print selected from the 24 prints in each of the 28 Folios, with an essay on the Folios... More > by Mary Fox.< Less
The Añaquito Codex By Jas W Felter
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The Añaquito Codex is an epic visual poem of great scope in the Mraurovian Script, believed to deal with the discovery of Mu and the founding of Mraur.
Tórtola Valencia - Modernism and Exoticism in Early Twentieth Century Dance By Iris Garland
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Tórtola Valencia was a phenomenon in the world of dance in the beginning of the twentieth century. Her history remains unwritten, probably because she neglected to train disciples to carry on... More > her new tradition of modern Spanish dance. To this day, “Spanish dance” means mostly folkloric or flamenco performances, and those companies which create new dance in Spain or Spanish-influenced settings are incorporated into the world of western modern dance. In addition, Totola Valencia did not confine herself to her Spanish-themed dances, based on the richness of this Mediterranean/Arabic culture; she researched, as did Ruth St. Denis and other educated artistes of their times, cultures ranging from India to Arabia, Africa to native American Indian. From these researches, partly ethnographic, and partly proto-feminist, they created new dances, staged in dramatic ways but definitely not in the balletic conventions of their times.< Less
Tórtola Valencia - Modernism and Exoticism In Early Twentieth Century Dance By Iris Garland
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Tórtola Valencia (1882-1955) was a solo dancer of the early twentieth century during the magic time of the Belle Époque (1880-1914). A classic dancer in the mode of Isadora Duncan and... More > Ruth St. Denis, she had an eclectic repertoire that included Oriental, biblical, Spanish, and other exotic subjects, as well as classical musical interpretations characterized by free, natural, expressive movement, such as in Chopin’s Funeral March and Grieg’s Peer Gynt Suite. Her philosophy of dance as the expression of the soul through interpretation of classical music echoed that of Isadora Duncan, the fountainhead of modern dance, and of Maud Allan, the infamous Salomé dancer.< Less
In Situ Volume II By James Felter
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This book is the second in a series that act as an ironic commentary on our careless littering and material waste, both indicative of the ways in which we use the goods of the earth: all that is left... More > after we consume tobacco and paper is smoke, ash, acrid odour, and tossed containers: possibly also carcinomas, of course. At the same time, what a nostalgic trip these images give us: the morning cigarette, the companionship of smoke and talk, the cigarette shared by lovers in reality and in old films, the puff given to a dying man, the glow from the pilot who lights up before mounting his spitfire.< Less
450 Diseños del 500 D.C. By James Felter
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Drawings of 450 Designs from the Manteña Culture of Ecuador (500-1500AD). Originally published in Spanish in 1964 by OCEPA in Quito, Ecuador.