By Merrill Singer,J Bryan Page
By Merrill Singer,J Bryan Page
By Northwestern Shoshone Nation
"Coyote was once bored with being cold," starts this conventional Shoshone story in regards to the arrival of fireside within the northern Wasatch quarter. contributors of the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone country constructed the concept that for this retelling, in collaboration with e-book arts instructor, Tamara Zollinger. jointly, they wrote and illustrated the book.
Bright watercolor-and-salt strategies offer a profitable historical past to the hand-cut silhouettes of the characters. The vigorous, funny tale approximately Coyote and his pals is complemented completely via later pages written via Northwestern Shoshone elders at the historic historical past and cultural background of the Shoshone state. An audio CD with the voice of Helen Timbimboo telling the tale in Shoshone and making a song conventional songs makes this publication not just strong leisure yet a tremendous old rfile, too.
Sure to please readers of every age, Coyote Steals Fire should be a useful addition to the kin bookshelf, the undemanding lecture room, the college or public library.
By Martin Kurt Treml
By Christoph Bogenstahl
By Varios autores,José B. Torres Guerra,Carlos García Gual
By Alan Dundes
Originating greater than 2500 years in the past, cockfighting is among the oldest documented activities within the world. It has persevered to flourish regardless of bans opposed to it in lots of countries. In The Cockfight: A Casebook, folklorist Alan Dundes brings jointly a various array of writing in this male-dominated ritual.
vibrant descriptions of cockfights from Puerto Rico, Tahiti, eire, Spain, Brazil, and the Philippines supplement serious commentaries, from the fourth-century reflections of St. Augustine to modern anthropological and psychoanalytic interpretations. a few of the essays speak about the elaborate ideas of the cockfight, the moral query of pitting both matched roosters in a struggle to the dying, the emotional involvement of cockfighters and lovers, and the sexual implications of the sport. the result's an enlightening assortment for anthropologists, folklorists, sociologists, and psychologists, in addition to fans of this old blood sport.
By Tia DeNora
Taking a cue from Erving Goffman’s vintage paintings, Asylums, Tia DeNora develops a singular interdisciplinary framework for track, overall healthiness. contemplating wellbeing and fitness and affliction either in clinical contexts and within the often-overlooked realm of daily life, DeNora argues that those identities are on no account at the same time unique. furthermore, she means that the merchandising of wellbeing and fitness and extra in particular, psychological health and wellbeing, includes greatly greater than a priority with medicine, genetic predispositions, medical and neuro-scientific approaches. Adopting a holistic, interactionist concentration, tune Asylums reconnects states of wellbeing and health to encounters with others and - seriously - to possibilities for cultured adventure. development on DeNora's prior paintings on song as a know-how of self in way of life, the publication offers track as an lively element of motion, identification, capability and recognition. From there, it means that entry to, and review of, track is a crucial moral subject. meant for students and practitioners in psychiatry and psychology, palliative care, socio-music reviews, track psychology and the allied healthiness professions, song Asylums showcases music's position within the existential undertaking of being and staying good, mentally and bodily, from moment-to-moment and throughout all nation-states of social life.
By Sabine Walther-Vuskans
By Burkhard Meyer-Sickendiek