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The View From The Train: Cities And Other Landscapes

by Patrick Keiller

“Robinson believed that, if he looked at it hard enough, he could cause the surface of the city to reveal to him the molecular basis of historical events, and in this way he hoped to see into the future.”...


The Actor's Secret: Techniques for Transforming Habitual Patterns and Improving Performance

by Betsy Polatin

Offering revolutionary new training for the actor, The Actor's Secret teaches actors and performers how to incorporate the fundamentals of the Alexander Technique, Somatic Experiencing®, and Breathing Coordination...


Experiencing Byzantium: Papers from the 44th Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies, Newcastle and Durham, April 2011

by Claire Nesbitt & Mark Jackson

From the reception of imperial ekphraseis in Hagia Sophia to the sounds and smells of the back streets of Constantinople, the sensory perception of Byzantium is an area that lends itself perfectly to an investigation...


Power and Subversion in Byzantium: Papers from the 43rd Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies, Birmingham, March 2010

by Dimiter Angelov & Michael Saxby

The 43rd Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies in 2010 drew together historians, art historians, and scholars of literature, religion and philosophy, who discussed shared and discipline-specific approaches to...


The Shakespearean International Yearbook: Volume 13: Special Section, Macbeth

by Tom Bishop & Alexander C.Y. Huang

The essays comprising the special section of The Shakespearean International Yearbook, Volume 13 demonstrates the continuing appeal of Macbeth, throughout the world and over time. The volume also includes essays...


Crafting the Woman Professional in the Long Nineteenth Century: Artistry and Industry in Britain

by Kyriaki Hadjiafxendi & Patricia Zakreski

Over the course of the nineteenth century, women in Britain participated in diverse and prolific forms of artistic labour. How women faced the pragmatics of their own creative labour as they pursued vocations,...


The Arts of Remembrance in Early Modern England: Memorial Cultures of the Post Reformation

by Andrew Gordon & Thomas Rist

The early modern period inherited and refashioned a culture of remembrance deeply-ingrained in the customs of Christian community. The Arts of Remembrance in Early Modern England maps the new terrain of remembrance...


Organizations: A Systems Approach

by Mary Stakelum

This book takes a fresh look at 'the musician' and what constitutes 'development' within the fields of music psychology and music education. In doing so, it explores the relationship between formative experiences...


Stephen Joseph: Theatre Pioneer and Provocateur

by Paul Elsam

A 1967 obituary in The Times labelled Stephen Joseph 'the most successful missionary to work in the English theatre since the second world war'. This radical man brought theatre-in-the-round to Britain, provoked...


Secrets of Performing Confidence: For Musicians, Singers, Actors and Dancers

by Andrew Evans & Adam Evans

Secrets of Performing Confidence covers the majority of practical performing and psychological issues that concern performers in an accessible and practical way.


Inventing Falsehood, Making Truth: Vico and Neapolitan Painting

by Malcolm Bull

Can painting transform philosophy? In Inventing Falsehood, Making Truth, Malcolm Bull looks at Neapolitan art around 1700 through the eyes of the philosopher Giambattista Vico. Surrounded by extravagant examples...


Rock Drum Lessons for Beginners: Teach Yourself How to Play Drums (Free Video Available)

by LearnToPlayMusic.com & Peter Gelling

Teach yourself how to play drums with our easy rock drum lessons for beginners. Covers the fundamental drum techniques, drum rudiments and practical drum theory required to learn to play drums. Suitable for...


Surfing about Music

by Timothy J. Cooley

This first major examination the interrelationships of music and surfing explores different ways that surfers combine surfing with making and listening to music. Tim Cooley uses his knowledge and experience...


Richard E. Norman and Race Filmmaking

by Barbara Tepa Lupack & Michael Martin

In the early 1900s, so-called race filmmakers set out to produce black-oriented pictures to counteract the racist caricatures that had dominated cinema from its inception. Richard E. Norman, a southern-born...


Glorious Mud!: Ancient and Contemporary Earthen Design and Construction in North Africa, Western Europe, the Near East, and Southwest Asia

by Gus W. Van Beek & Ora Van Beek

Invented about 13,000 years ago, mud architecture has since been one of the most common, economical, useful, and widespread forms of building. It has been--and is still being--used for grand palaces and temples...


The GH Kaestlin Collection of Imperial Russian and Zemstvo Stamps

by Thomas Lera & Leon Finik

A quiet philatelist, George H. Kaestlin joined the original Rossika Society in 1935 along with the better known Theo B. Lavroff and K. Szymanowski. Whereas Lavroff contributed significantly to Russian philately...


Anti-Ugly: Excursions in English Architecture and Design

by Gavin Stamp

Since 2004 Gavin Stamp, one of Britain's most eminent and readable architectural historians, has written a monthly column for Apollo, the esteemed architecture and fine art magazine. The subject is simply whatever...


A Letter to My Dog: Notes to Our Best Friends

by Robin Layton, Kimi Culp & Lisa Erspamer

Dogs know how to talk to us they do it all the time. A pair of raised ears or a wagging tail can speak volumes to those in the know. In this heartfelt ode to the furriest of family members, dog lovers get the...


If You Like Quentin Tarantino...: Here Are Over 200 Films, TV Shows, and Other Oddities That You Will Love

by Katherine Rife

(If You Like). If You Like Quentin Tarantino... draws on over 60 years of cinema history to crack the Tarantino code and teach readers to be confidently conversant in the language of the grindhouse and the drive-in....


Emulation on the Shakespearean Stage

by Vernon Guy Dickson

Using the interactions of a range of English Renaissance plays with ancient and Renaissance rhetorics, this study analyzes the conflicted uses of emulation in the period. The author also reassesses and nuances...