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Rutgers University Press. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 258 pages. Dimensions: 10.1in. x 7.1in. x 0.9in.Harry C. Dorer roamed New Jersey for four decades from 1920 until 1954 with his boxy Speed Graphic camera, capturing for a weekly newspaper the images of what is now a vanished landscape. From the states cities and villages to its rural areas to the then-mysterious Pine Barrens and the fishing fleets at the Jersey Shore, Dorer amassed hundreds of images that revealed the regions rapidly changing countryside, customs, and social dynamics. Distinguished for his journalistic eye, Dorer did not search out pretty subjects. His photographs of Pine Barrens residents are both gritty and charming - honest depictions of quiet people living in poverty. His scenes of rural northern New Jersey are equally blunt, bearing stark witness to the rudimentary living conditions in the days before good roads and electricity came to counties such as Sussex and Warren. His photographs of the states Ku Klux Klan presence and the tragedy of the passenger ship Morro Castle are raw history. Dorer, however, did have an eye for reader appeal and a sense of beauty as well. His cloud effects are stunning, turning ordinary scenes into landscape portraits. Likewise, his photographs of children, ranging from poor kids in Newark taking an illegal dip in the Wars of America fountain to the children of the Pine Barrens lined up by the family car, are compassionate and delightful. Bringing together more than 300 of Dorers photographs, this stunning collection is no ordinary look at New Jerseys past. Dorers always incisive eye provides a visual record of the states history that is unsettling, shocking, enchanting, and endearing. Above all, his photographs are a vivid reminder of how much the state has changed. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Rutgers University Press, Sydney: Hordern House, 1988. Historical and bibliographical study of early Australian books illustrated with actual photographs. 'This pioneering work… will place one country's publishing curiosities in an international context…' (Lucien Goldschmidt). Holden: Photography in Colonial Australia. Small quarto format (265 x 200 mm.), 172 pages, with numerous illustrations; printed on high quality gloss art paper, bound in terracotta cloth with paper label, slipcase.Photography in Colonial Australia examines the Australian books of the nineteenth century that use original photographs as a means of illustration. For the first time in Australia, Robert Holden has assessed the importance of photographically illustrated books. Part One of Photography in Colonial Australia is an historical survey, looking at issues like colonisation through photography and whether it was a nineteenth-century photographer's role to create images like an artist, or to accurately recreate the image before the camera's eye like a mirror. Part Two of the work focuses on a range of photographic genres; specifically royalty, Aborigines, exploration and travel, science, varia and art. Any person with an interest in photography, nineteenth-century social history, illustrated books, or bibliography will find this work an invaluable reference.Sixty-five photographic illustrations and a full bibliography of 130 items makes Photography in Colonial Australia the standard cited source, and this important text is further enhanced by an extensive index of photographers and publishers., Hordern House, 1988, Cambridge. 1988. Cambridge University Press. Very Good In Dustjacket. 504 pages. hardcover. Front jacket photograph: The Old City of Jerusalem and Dome of the Rock (Alistair Duncan). Back jacket photographs: Jewish children at the Western Wall, Old Jerusalem (Alistair Duncan); Omani women at the camel races (David Chappdll); The Lion Gate, Boghaz Kol, Turkey (Margaret Drower); Lutfullah Mosque, Isfahan, Iran (Anthony Hutt); Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (Trevor Mostyn); The Riafa Gate, Fez, Morocco (R. Turpin). 0521321905. keywords: Middle East Reference History. inventory # 10829. FROM THE PUBLISHER - The media image of the Middle East today is often that of sudden oil wealth, war and international terrorism, a sad contrast with the image that obsessed the nineteenth-century European writers and artists and an even sadder one when compared with that of the intense cultural energy that has characterized this vast region for millennia. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Middle East and North Africa analyses the region from its pre-Islamic period to the present day, from its golden ages to the contemporary era when it is struggling to retain its roots as it copes with regional conflicts and the penetration of modern technology. Academics and journalists who are international experts in their individual fields are gathered in this one volume to study the region in great depth and with perceptive and often colourful insights. The cultural influences of the three great monotheistic faiths born in the Region - Judaism, Christianity and Islam - are covered through all their main aspects such as history, the sciences and the arts. Although Islam has clearly had the greatest influence on the region, the early religions and Judaism and Christianity are thoroughly studied by specialist writers. So, too, are minority sects such as the Zoroastrians and the Druze and ethnic minority groups such as Berbers, Kurds and Pushtuns. The Middle East and North Africa, a region that spreads from Morocco in the west to Afghanistan in the east, Turkey in the north to Somalia and Djibouti in the south, contains many races and many religious groups and sub-groups. However, empires such as those of the ‘Abbasids and the Ottomans held sway for periods over most of the region, with Arab dynasties creating a Golden Age in Spain and the Ottomans extending their rule as far as the gates of Vienna. Possibly the most important element today is Islam but traditional cultural influences are also shared throughout the region. Part I — Land and Peoples — introduces the region with essays on geography and the region’s many linguistic groups as well as the role of the three great religions in Middle Eastern society. Part II covers History from the early Egyptian, Anatolian and Mesopotamian periods to the start of the Second World War. Part III — Societies and Economies — discusses the growth and development of the region from the decline of nomadism and the development of agriculture to the growth of industry, the development of the oil industry and the modern re-creation of an Islamic banking system. The section on social change studies subjects ranging from the role of women to modern legal systems, sport and the mass media. Part IV — Culture — looks in immense and fascinating detail at Islam as a traditional religion before discussing modern trends in Islam, Judaism and Christianity. The section on literature covers Arabic, Turkish, Persian and Armenian literature as well as Western literary and cultural attitudes to the region. The section on the visual arts traces artistic development from ancient Egyptian and Near Eastern Art to Islamic Art and gardens. The section on music covers musical theory and genres such as court, village and liturgical music. There are separate essays on subjects such as Cuisine, Theatre and Film. Science is studied in its ancient and present-day disciplines and the section also covers modern research. Part V, which represents about one-third of the book, studies the modern histories, economies and societies of the countries of the region from the start of the Second World War. It also looks at the history, economy and society of those peoples without a country, such as the Palestinians, the Kurds and the Armenians. This section is introduced by an essay which takes a bird’s-eye view of the post-war history of the region as a whole and is intended for cross-reference with country studies within Part V and with Part VI. Part VI studies inter-regional affairs, the region’s relationship with the Great Powers and specific current issues such as the Arab-Israeli problem, the Iran-Iraq War and the Lebanese civil war. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Middle East and North Africa covers the full spread of the region’s past and present in a lucid, comprehensive and highly readable manner, discussing not only the broad themes but the smallest countries in meticulous detail. Written for the general reader as well as for the specialist, and copiously illustrated with colour and black-and-white photographs, illustrations and maps, the book draws on the knowledge and skills of over eighty recognized experts in their fields. More than a mere reference work, it is designed to question as well as to inform and elucidate. It will be a valuable document not only for those concerned with the history, culture and sciences of the region but also for those involved in the problems of development and international affairs. ISBN: 0521321905., Rio Grande Books. Paperback. New. Paperback. 68 pages. Dimensions: 10.8in. x 8.3in. x 0.3in.Becoming a Part of My History by Andrs Armijo serves as a perfect model for anyone interested in knowing about themselves and their world through research into genealogy and photographic collections. This book is a personal journey into the authors past, but it is also a fascinating account of family life in New Mexico, neighborhoods in Albuquerque, the rites and rituals of Hispanos, how a family through the ages pictured itself, and how all this information and reflection enlightens the author-Everything is Illuminated, while it educates and entertains the reader. This is an original and creative approach to personal and local history. -Peter White, Professor of English and American Studies, University of New Mexico One of the great truths in life is that to know what weve come from lets us know ourselves better and helps us determine where were going. It is such a search that Andrs Armijo describes in Becoming a Part of My History: Through Images and Stories of My Ancestors. It is replete with charming anecdotes that remind us of our own family stories. It is enriched with photographs of several generations of family, a photographic genealogy rare in studies of ones ancestors. It can be enjoyed by anyone interested in their own and other families histories. A gem of a book. -Nash Candelaria, novelist, short story writer In viewing photos ofnuevomexicanos held in the National Archives, I was always struck by the fact that the names of the subjects were never included; they were identified dryly as Spanish American women baking bread, or Spanish American male driving a wagon. Impersonal, deracinated, objectified. Andrs Armijos visual chronicle of his familia is a response to that colonizing act of reduction. With a profound sensibility of love and respect, he unfolds before our eyes and our hearts the history of his clan in this splendid book that comprises a blend of historical fact, physical description, cultural analysis, existential musings and, of course, photographs that record names and details, thus rendering his ancestors flesh and blood agents in the making of their familial and cultural history. In sharing this very personal album, Armijo eschews the potential sentimentality or narcissism of journeys of self-discovery as he strives to understand his place in a broader collective history that belongs not only to his family but to all nuevomexicanos. Almost two decades ago, when Andrs with his cara de ngel enrolled in one of my heritage language classes at UNM, I immediately recognized a thirst for cultural knowledge rare among his peers. This jewel fulfills my intuition that his passion for his cultural legacy would lead to something grand. -Erlinda Gonzales-Berry, Professor Emerita University of New Mexico and Oregon State University Armijos book is a new take on the story of photography in Nuevo Mxico, the importance of familia. His critical exploration takes us beyond the snapshot to more fully understand it. The family album, and the shoeboxes of pictures, become a place where deep and compelling meanings can be found and recovered. Photographs that have been generally forgotten provide a unique window into the past. Armijos book leads us into those images and helps us find new ways to examine the deeper meaning of New Mexicos rich visual history. -Miguel Gandert, Photographer and Professor of Communication and Journalism, University of New Mexico This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Rio Grande Books

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[EAN: 9781890689759], Neubuch, ANDRES ARMIJO,PHOTOGRAPHY,GENEALOGY,HISPANIC AND LATINO,STATE LOCAL, This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Becoming a Part of My History by Andrs Armijo serves as a perfect model for anyone interested in knowing about themselves and their world through research into genealogy and photographic collections. This book is a personal journey into the authors past, but it is also a fascinating account of family life in New Mexico, neighborhoods in Albuquerque, the rites and rituals of Hispanos, how a family through the ages pictured itself, and how all this information and reflection enlightens the author-Everything is Illuminated, while it educates and entertains the reader. This is an original and creative approach to personal and local history. -Peter White, Professor of English and American Studies, University of New Mexico One of the great truths in life is that to know what weve come from lets us know ourselves better and helps us determine where were going. It is such a search that Andrs Armijo describes in Becoming a Part of My History: Through Images and Stories of My Ancestors. It is replete with charming anecdotes that remind us of our own family stories. It is enriched with photographs of several generations of family, a photographic genealogy rare in studies of ones ancestors. It can be enjoyed by anyone interested in their own and other families histories. A gem of a book. -Nash Candelaria, novelist, short story writer In viewing photos ofnuevomexicanos held in the National Archives, I was always struck by the fact that the names of the subjects were never included; they were identified dryly as Spanish American women baking bread, or Spanish American male driving a wagon. Impersonal, deracinated, objectified. Andrs Armijos visual chronicle of his familia is a response to that colonizing act of reduction. With a profound sensibility of love and respect, he unfolds before our eyes and our hearts the history of his clan in this splendid book that comprises a blend of historical fact, physical description, cultural analysis, existential musings and, of course, photographs that record names and details, thus rendering his ancestors flesh and blood agents in the making of their familial and cultural history. In sharing this very personal album, Armijo eschews the potential sentimentality or narcissism of journeys of self-discovery as he strives to understand his place in a broader collective history that belongs not only to his family but to all nuevomexicanos. Almost two decades ago, when Andrs with his cara de ngel enrolled in one of my heritage language classes at UNM, I immediately recognized a thirst for cultural knowledge rare among his peers. This jewel fulfills my intuition that his passion for his cultural legacy would lead to something grand. -Erlinda Gonzales-Berry, Professor Emerita University of New Mexico and Oregon State University Armijos book is a new take on the story of photography in Nuevo Mxico, the importance of familia. His critical exploration takes us beyond the snapshot to more fully understand it. The family album, and the shoeboxes of pictures, become a place where deep and compelling meanings can be found and recovered. Photographs that have been generally forgotten provide a unique window into the past. Armijos book leads us into those images and helps us find new ways to examine the deeper meaning of New Mexicos rich visual history. -Miguel Gandert, Photographer and Professor of Communication and Journalism, University of New Mexico This item ships from La Vergne,TN.

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[EAN: 9781890689759], Neubuch, [PU: Rio Grande Books, United States], Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Becoming a Part of My History by Andres Armijo serves as a perfect model for anyone interested in knowing about themselves and their world through research into genealogy and photographic collections. This book is a personal journey into the author's past, but it is also a fascinating account of family life in New Mexico, neighborhoods in Albuquerque, the rites and rituals of Hispanos, how a family through the ages pictured itself, and how all this information and reflection enlightens the author-"Everything is Illuminated," while it educates and entertains the reader. This is an original and creative approach to personal and local history.-Peter White, Professor of English and American Studies, University of New MexicoOne of the great truths in life is that to know what we've come from lets us know ourselves better and helps us determine where we're going. It is such a search that Andres Armijo describes in Becoming a Part of My History: Through Images and Stories of My Ancestors. It is replete with charming anecdotes that remind us of our own family stories. It is enriched with photographs of several generations of family, a photographic genealogy rare in studies of one's ancestors. It can be enjoyed by anyone interested in their own and other families' histories. A gem of a book.-Nash Candelaria, novelist, short story writerIn viewing photos ofnuevomexicanos held in the National Archives, I was always struck by the fact that the names of the subjects were never included; they were identified dryly as "Spanish American women baking bread," or "Spanish American male driving a wagon." Impersonal, deracinated, objectified. Andres Armijo's visual chronicle of his familia is a response to that colonizing act of reduction. With a profound sensibility of love and respect, he unfolds before our eyes and our hearts the history of his clan in this splendid book that comprises a blend of historical fact, physical description, cultural analysis, existential musings and, of course, photographs that record names and details, thus rendering his ancestors flesh and blood agents in the making of their familial and cultural history. In sharing this very personal album, Armijo eschews the potential sentimentality or narcissism of journeys of self-discovery as he strives to understand his place in a broader collective history that belongs not only to his family but to all nuevomexicanos. Almost two decades ago, when Andres with his cara de angel enrolled in one of my heritage language classes at UNM, I immediately recognized a thirst for cultural knowledge rare among his peers. This jewel fulfills my intuition that his passion for his cultural legacy would lead to something grand.-Erlinda Gonzales-Berry, Professor Emerita University of New Mexico Oregon State UniversityArmijo's book is a new take on the story of photography in Nuevo Mexico, the importance of familia. His critical exploration takes us beyond the snapshot to more fully understand it. The family album, and the shoeboxes of pictures, become a place where deep and compelling meanings can be found and recovered. Photographs that have been generally forgotten provide a unique window into the past. Armijo's book leads us into those images and helps us find new ways to examine the deeper meaning of New Mexico's rich visual history.-Miguel Gandert, Photographer and Professor of Communication and Journalism, University of New Mexico

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[EAN: 9781890689759], Neubuch, [PU: Rio Grande Books, United States], Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Becoming a Part of My History by Andres Armijo serves as a perfect model for anyone interested in knowing about themselves and their world through research into genealogy and photographic collections. This book is a personal journey into the author s past, but it is also a fascinating account of family life in New Mexico, neighborhoods in Albuquerque, the rites and rituals of Hispanos, how a family through the ages pictured itself, and how all this information and reflection enlightens the author- Everything is Illuminated, while it educates and entertains the reader. This is an original and creative approach to personal and local history.-Peter White, Professor of English and American Studies, University of New MexicoOne of the great truths in life is that to know what we ve come from lets us know ourselves better and helps us determine where we re going. It is such a search that Andres Armijo describes in Becoming a Part of My History: Through Images and Stories of My Ancestors. It is replete with charming anecdotes that remind us of our own family stories. It is enriched with photographs of several generations of family, a photographic genealogy rare in studies of one s ancestors. It can be enjoyed by anyone interested in their own and other families histories. A gem of a book.-Nash Candelaria, novelist, short story writerIn viewing photos ofnuevomexicanos held in the National Archives, I was always struck by the fact that the names of the subjects were never included; they were identified dryly as Spanish American women baking bread, or Spanish American male driving a wagon. Impersonal, deracinated, objectified. Andres Armijo s visual chronicle of his familia is a response to that colonizing act of reduction. With a profound sensibility of love and respect, he unfolds before our eyes and our hearts the history of his clan in this splendid book that comprises a blend of historical fact, physical description, cultural analysis, existential musings and, of course, photographs that record names and details, thus rendering his ancestors flesh and blood agents in the making of their familial and cultural history. In sharing this very personal album, Armijo eschews the potential sentimentality or narcissism of journeys of self-discovery as he strives to understand his place in a broader collective history that belongs not only to his family but to all nuevomexicanos. Almost two decades ago, when Andres with his cara de angel enrolled in one of my heritage language classes at UNM, I immediately recognized a thirst for cultural knowledge rare among his peers. This jewel fulfills my intuition that his passion for his cultural legacy would lead to something grand.-Erlinda Gonzales-Berry, Professor Emerita University of New Mexico Oregon State UniversityArmijo s book is a new take on the story of photography in Nuevo Mexico, the importance of familia. His critical exploration takes us beyond the snapshot to more fully understand it. The family album, and the shoeboxes of pictures, become a place where deep and compelling meanings can be found and recovered. Photographs that have been generally forgotten provide a unique window into the past. Armijo s book leads us into those images and helps us find new ways to examine the deeper meaning of New Mexico s rich visual history.-Miguel Gandert, Photographer and Professor of Communication and Journalism, University of New Mexico

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[EAN: 9781890689759], Neubuch, [PU: Rio Grande Books, United States], Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Becoming a Part of My History by Andres Armijo serves as a perfect model for anyone interested in knowing about themselves and their world through research into genealogy and photographic collections. This book is a personal journey into the author s past, but it is also a fascinating account of family life in New Mexico, neighborhoods in Albuquerque, the rites and rituals of Hispanos, how a family through the ages pictured itself, and how all this information and reflection enlightens the author- Everything is Illuminated, while it educates and entertains the reader. This is an original and creative approach to personal and local history.-Peter White, Professor of English and American Studies, University of New MexicoOne of the great truths in life is that to know what we ve come from lets us know ourselves better and helps us determine where we re going. It is such a search that Andres Armijo describes in Becoming a Part of My History: Through Images and Stories of My Ancestors. It is replete with charming anecdotes that remind us of our own family stories. It is enriched with photographs of several generations of family, a photographic genealogy rare in studies of one s ancestors. It can be enjoyed by anyone interested in their own and other families histories. A gem of a book.-Nash Candelaria, novelist, short story writerIn viewing photos ofnuevomexicanos held in the National Archives, I was always struck by the fact that the names of the subjects were never included; they were identified dryly as Spanish American women baking bread, or Spanish American male driving a wagon. Impersonal, deracinated, objectified. Andres Armijo s visual chronicle of his familia is a response to that colonizing act of reduction. With a profound sensibility of love and respect, he unfolds before our eyes and our hearts the history of his clan in this splendid book that comprises a blend of historical fact, physical description, cultural analysis, existential musings and, of course, photographs that record names and details, thus rendering his ancestors flesh and blood agents in the making of their familial and cultural history. In sharing this very personal album, Armijo eschews the potential sentimentality or narcissism of journeys of self-discovery as he strives to understand his place in a broader collective history that belongs not only to his family but to all nuevomexicanos. Almost two decades ago, when Andres with his cara de angel enrolled in one of my heritage language classes at UNM, I immediately recognized a thirst for cultural knowledge rare among his peers. This jewel fulfills my intuition that his passion for his cultural legacy would lead to something grand.-Erlinda Gonzales-Berry, Professor Emerita University of New Mexico Oregon State UniversityArmijo s book is a new take on the story of photography in Nuevo Mexico, the importance of familia. His critical exploration takes us beyond the snapshot to more fully understand it. The family album, and the shoeboxes of pictures, become a place where deep and compelling meanings can be found and recovered. Photographs that have been generally forgotten provide a unique window into the past. Armijo s book leads us into those images and helps us find new ways to examine the deeper meaning of New Mexico s rich visual history.-Miguel Gandert, Photographer and Professor of Communication and Journalism, University of New Mexico

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781890689759
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1890689750
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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