Betwixt Between

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ISBN: 0812690486
Release Date: 1987
Number of pages: 498
Author: Louise Carus Mahdi
Publisher: Open Court Publishing

Download and read online Betwixt Between in PDF and EPUB Betwixt and Between offers new insights into the basic elements of initiations and rites of passage. The absence of these traditional supports creates problems in the lives of those who are caught in the void and lack definite expectations at various times of their lives. The chapters on masculine and feminine initiation provide new and creative concepts and practical possibilities for each of us. Initiation has been a missing component in the modern world and needs to be re-introduced with new understanding and consciousness.


Between Legitimacy and Violence

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ISBN: 0822337673
Release Date: 2006-06-06
Number of pages: 299
Author: Marco Palacios
Publisher: Duke University Press

Download and read online Between Legitimacy and Violence in PDF and EPUB DIVComprehensive overview of modern Colombian history considers why Colombia's long-established, stable political institutions have not been able to prevent frequent and extreme violence./div


Between Woman and Nation

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ISBN: 0822323222
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 407
Author: Caren Kaplan
Publisher: Duke University Press

Download and read online Between Woman and Nation in PDF and EPUB Homeland, country, region, locality, and globalisation: all words whose definitions in turn affect the definition of the word "woman." The essays in Between Woman and Nation discuss women in diverse locales-ranging from Quebec to Beirut. The contributors-leading scholars of gender, ethnicity, trans-nationalism, and globalisation-are united in their determination to locate and describe the performative space of interactions between woman and nation, interactions which frequently confound and resist essentialised notions of either. Divided into three parts, the collection first examines constructions of nationalism and communities whose practices complicate these constructions. The second section investigates regulations of particular nation-states and how they affect the lives of women, while the third presents studies of trans-national identity formation, in which contributors critique ideas such as "multicultural nationalism" and "global feminism." In its demonstration of the critical possibilities of feminist alliances across discrepant and distinct material conditions, Between Woman and Nation will make a unique contribution to women's studies, feminist theory, studies of globalisation and trans-nationalism, ethnic studies, and cultural studies.


Spiritualism and British Society Between the Wars

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ISBN: 0719055598
Release Date: 2000-09-02
Number of pages: 294
Author: Jenny Hazelgrove
Publisher: Manchester University Press

Download and read online Spiritualism and British Society Between the Wars in PDF and EPUB Historians of modern British culture have long assumed that under pressure from secular forces, interest in spiritualism had faded by the end of the Great War. Jenny Hazelgrove challenges this assumption and shows how spiritualism grew between the wars and became part of the fabric of popular culture. This book provides a fascinating and lively insight into an alternative culture that flourished--and continues to flourish--alongside more conventional outlets for spiritual beliefs and needs.


Between Kant and Hegel

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ISBN: 0872205045
Release Date: 2000
Number of pages: 404
Author: George Di Giovanni
Publisher: Hackett Publishing

Download and read online Between Kant and Hegel in PDF and EPUB This volume fills a lamentable gap in the philosophical literature by providing a collection of writings from the pivotal generation of thinkers between Kant and Hegel. It includes some of Hegel's earliest critical writings--which reveal much about his thinking before the first mature exposition of his position in 1807--as well as Schelling's justification of the new philosophy of nature against skeptical and religious attack. This edition contains George di Giovanni’s extensive corrections, new preface, and thoroughly updated bibliography.


Between God and the Sultan

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ISBN: 0195223985
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 387
Author: Knut S. Vikør
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

Download and read online Between God and the Sultan in PDF and EPUB The contrast between religion and law has been continuous throughout Muslim history. Islamic law has always existed in a tension between these two forces: God, who gave the law, and the state--the sultan--representing society and implementing the law. This tension and dynamic have created a very particular history for the law--in how it was formulated and by whom, in its theoretical basis and its actual rules, and in how it was practiced in historical reality from the time of its formation until today. That is the main theme of this book. Knut S. Vikor introduces the development and practice of Islamic law to a wide readership: students, lawyers, and the growing number of those interested in Islamic civilization. He summarizes the main concepts of Islamic jurisprudence; discusses debates concerning the historicity of Islamic sources of dogma and the dating of early Islamic law; describes the classic practice of the law, in the formulation and elaboration of legal rules and practice in the courts; and sets out various substantive legal rules, on such vital matters as the family and economic activity.


Between Women

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ISBN: 1400830850
Release Date: 2009-07-10
Number of pages: 368
Author: Sharon Marcus
Publisher: Princeton University Press

Download and read online Between Women in PDF and EPUB Women in Victorian England wore jewelry made from each other's hair and wrote poems celebrating decades of friendship. They pored over magazines that described the dangerous pleasures of corporal punishment. A few had sexual relationships with each other, exchanged rings and vows, willed each other property, and lived together in long-term partnerships described as marriages. But, as Sharon Marcus shows, these women were not seen as gender outlaws. Their desires were fanned by consumer culture, and their friendships and unions were accepted and even encouraged by family, society, and church. Far from being sexless angels defined only by male desires, Victorian women openly enjoyed looking at and even dominating other women. Their friendships helped realize the ideal of companionate love between men and women celebrated by novels, and their unions influenced politicians and social thinkers to reform marriage law. Through a close examination of literature, memoirs, letters, domestic magazines, and political debates, Marcus reveals how relationships between women were a crucial component of femininity. Deeply researched, powerfully argued, and filled with original readings of familiar and surprising sources, Between Women overturns everything we thought we knew about Victorian women and the history of marriage and family life. It offers a new paradigm for theorizing gender and sexuality--not just in the Victorian period, but in our own.


Love Between Women

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ISBN: 0226075923
Release Date: 1998-11-01
Number of pages: 412
Author: Bernadette J. Brooten
Publisher: University of Chicago Press

Download and read online Love Between Women in PDF and EPUB In the most important work on gay and lesbian history since John Boswell's pioneering Christianity, Social Tolerance, and Homosexuality, Brooten examines female homoeroticism and the role of women in the ancient Roman world. Contrary to the widely held opinion which views Roman women as passive, submissive partners to men, this profound text contends that female homoeroticism was widespread among women of ancient times. 12 halftone illustrations.


Between

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ISBN: 9780802723215
Release Date: 2011-08-02
Number of pages: 480
Author: Jessica Warman
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

Download and read online Between in PDF and EPUB Elizabeth Valchar-pretty, popular, and perfect-wakes up the morning after her eighteenth birthday party on her family's yacht, where she'd been celebrating with her six closest friends. A persistent thumping noise has roused her. When she goes to investigate, what she finds will change everything she thought she knew about her life, her friends, and everything in between. As Liz begins to unravel the circumstances surrounding her birthday night, she will find that no one around her, least of all Liz herself, was perfect-or innocent. Critically acclaimed author Jessica Warman brings readers along on a roller-coaster ride of a mystery, one that is also a heartbreaking character study, a touching romance, and ultimately a hopeful tale of redemption, love, and letting go.


Health Race and German Politics Between National Unification and Nazism 1870 1945

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ISBN: 052142397X
Release Date: 1993-07-22
Number of pages: 641
Author: Paul Weindling
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Health Race and German Politics Between National Unification and Nazism 1870 1945 in PDF and EPUB Based on a wealth of hitherto neglected archival sources, this study analyzes the origins, social composition and impact of eugenics in the context of the social and political tension of the rapidly industrializing Nazi empire. Until recently, historians of German racism have limited their analysis of the origins of the Holocaust to a handful of völkisch racial ideologies, overlooking the effects of racial ideas on biology, on the rapidly expanding medical profession and on public health services. Historians of medicine and social and political historians of modern Germany will be interested in this important book.


Roger II of Sicily

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ISBN: 0521655730
Release Date: 2002-04-04
Number of pages: 231
Author: Hubert Houben
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Roger II of Sicily in PDF and EPUB An account of the reign of King Roger II, founder of the kingdom of Sicily.


Between Heaven and Earth

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ISBN: 9781554699438
Release Date: 2012-10-12
Number of pages: 264
Author: Eric Walters
Publisher: Orca Book Publishers

Download and read online Between Heaven and Earth in PDF and EPUB DJ is David McLean's eldest grandson, so it stands to reason that he be the one to scatter his beloved grandfather's ashes. At least that's how DJ sees it. He's always been the best at everything – sports, school, looking after his fatherless family – so climbing Kilimanjaro is just another thing he'll accomplish almost effortlessly. Or so he thinks, until he arrives in Tanzania and everything starts to go wrong. He's detained at immigration, he gets robbed, his climbing group includes an old lady and he gets stuck with the first ever female porter. Forced to go polepole (slowly), DJ finds out the hard way that youth, fitness level and drive have nothing to do with success on the mountain – or in life.


Between Dignity and Despair

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ISBN: 0195313585
Release Date: 1999-06-10
Number of pages: 303
Author: Marion A. Kaplan
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Between Dignity and Despair in PDF and EPUB Between Dignity and Despair draws on the extraordinary memoirs, diaries, interviews, and letters of Jewish women and men to give us the first intimate portrait of Jewish life in Nazi Germany. Kaplan tells the story of Jews in Germany not from the hindsight of the Holocaust, nor by focusing on the persecutors, but from the bewildered and ambiguous perspective of Jews trying to navigate their daily lives in a world that was becoming more and more insane. Answering the charge that Jews should have left earlier, Kaplan shows that far from seeming inevitable, the Holocaust was impossible to foresee precisely because Nazi repression occurred in irregular and unpredictable steps until the massive violence of Novemer 1938. Then the flow of emigration turned into a torrent, only to be stopped by the war. By that time Jews had been evicted from their homes, robbed of their possessions and their livelihoods, shunned by their former friends, persecuted by their neighbors, and driven into forced labor. For those trapped in Germany, mere survival became a nightmare of increasingly desperate options. Many took their own lives to retain at least some dignity in death; others went underground and endured the fears of nightly bombings and the even greater terror of being discovered by the Nazis. Most were murdered. All were pressed to the limit of human endurance and human loneliness. Focusing on the fate of families and particularly women's experience, Between Dignity and Despair takes us into the neighborhoods, into the kitchens, shops, and schools, to give us the shape and texture, the very feel of what it was like to be a Jew in Nazi Germany.


The Race Between Education and Technology

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ISBN: 0674028678
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 488
Author: Claudia Dale Goldin
Publisher: Harvard University Press

Download and read online The Race Between Education and Technology in PDF and EPUB This book provides a careful historical analysis of the co-evolution of educational attainment and the wage structure in the United States through the twentieth century. During the first eight decades of the twentieth century, the increase of educated workers was higher than the demand for them. This boosted income for most people and lowered inequality. However, the reverse has been true since about 1980. The authors discuss the complex reasons for this educational slow-down and what might be done to ameliorate it.


Between Two Empires

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ISBN: 0198036124
Release Date: 2005-03-17
Number of pages: 320
Author: Eiichiro Azuma
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Between Two Empires in PDF and EPUB The incarceration of Japanese Americans has been discredited as a major blemish in American democratic tradition. Accompanying this view is the assumption that the ethnic group help unqualified allegiance to the United States. Between Two Empires probes the complexities of prewar Japanese America to show how Japanese in America held an in-between space between the United States and the empire of Japan, between American nationality and Japanese racial identity.