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Paris 1972:  Poemes d'Un Ete
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Betsy Quint-Feldman began learning French at the age of four and longed to visit the City of Lights. Her father sent her to Paris in 1972 and these poems are her recollections of what transpired during that trip. She was fortunate to be able to live alone on the Left Bank and explore Paris by herself, and now she is sharing her adolescent impressions of a wonderful city that is known for fashion, food, art, and beauty.

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The Death of Photography: The Shooting Gallery
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From the filth and the fury to the elegant extravaganza, ‘Peter Gravelle’, the many named photographer, has remained in the shadows of punk rock, low culture and high fashion, deflecting attention while steadily producing an epic body of iconic work. The Death of Photography is a tour de force, a high end art book showcasing forty years of the best punk, fashion and portraiture of Gravelle’s career. Heavily stylised images are woven together with Gravelle’s own fascinating recollections from a live lived in technicolour.

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Point of View
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Throughout her illustrious career, Tonne Goodman has made the famous stylish and the stylish famous. The Vogue fashion director has not only shaped the way women dress and see themselves, but she has also created a nexus in which the worlds of celebrity and style continually collide. Now, in Point of View , Goodman's life and career are explored for the first time. Organized chronologically, this book charts Goodman's career from her modeling days, to her freelance fashion reportage, to her editorial and advertising work, through to her reign at Vogue . The editor's recollections of some of the world's greatest photographers, models, celebrities, and designers of our time are illustrated throughout, with behind-the-scenes fashion photos and shots of Goodman's personal life.

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Making of Three Russian Revolutionaries
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This book presents the life histories, drawn from a series of interviews conducted in the 1960s, of three prominent survivors of the Menshevik party: Lydia Dan, Boris Nicolaevsky, and George Denike. Each of these figures played an important role in the politics of Russia's Social Democracy and eventually in the Menshevik party. The interviews range well beyond politics. They reconstruct, in quasi-anthropological fashion, the childhood and youth of the three figures in the social and culture milieus in which their ideas and attitudes were shaped and in which they played their political roles. Taken together, their recollections form a tableau of a political culture that played a prominent role up to the Revolution, and that was dramatically extinguished in its aftermath.

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Making of Three Russian Revolutionaries
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This book presents the life histories, drawn from a series of interviews conducted in the 1960s, of three prominent survivors of the Menshevik party: Lydia Dan, Boris Nicolaevsky, and George Denike. Each of these figures played an important role in the politics of Russia's Social Democracy and eventually in the Menshevik party. The interviews range well beyond politics. They reconstruct, in quasi-anthropological fashion, the childhood and youth of the three figures in the social and culture milieus in which their ideas and attitudes were shaped and in which they played their political roles. Taken together, their recollections form a tableau of a political culture that played a prominent role up to the Revolution, and that was dramatically extinguished in its aftermath.

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The Making of Three Russian Revolutionaries
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This book presents the life histories, drawn from a series of interviews conducted in the 1960s, of three prominent survivors of the Menshevik party: Lydia Dan, Boris Nicolaevsky, and George Denike. Each of these figures played an important role in the politics of Russia's Social Democracy and eventually in the Menshevik party. The interviews range well beyond politics. They reconstruct, in quasi-anthropological fashion, the childhood and youth of the three figures in the social and culture milieus in which their ideas and attitudes were shaped and in which they played their political roles. Taken together, their recollections form a tableau of a political culture that played a prominent role up to the Revolution, and that was dramatically extinguished in its aftermath.

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Children's Eyewitness Memory
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This volume grew out of a 1985 American Psychological Association symposium that was devoted to the issue of children's eyewitness testimony. The symposium itself was organized in response to a growing concern among professionals over the limited state of knowledge about the reliability and validity of children's eye witness and earwitness memory and jurors' implicit beliefs about this. Increas ingly, the courts are calling upon young children to provide testimony in an ever-widening range of cases, including capital offenses. As state after state aban dons its rules requiring children's testimony to be corroborated by a third party, the need to learn more about factors that might influence the accuracy of chil dren's recollections becomes increasingly acute. This volume comprises a collection of chapters that lie at the crossroads of psy chology and criminal justice. All of the chapters deal with children's recollec tions, at least in some fashion. Some authors have described research involving children's recollections under emotionally neutral circumstances (e.g., Ceci, Ross, and Toglia; King and Yuille; Zaragoza); others have made the most of naturally occurring stressful situations, such as trips to the dentist's office or to the hospital to have blood work done (Peters; Goodman, Aman, and Hirschman).

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The Arena Concert
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The Arena Concert: Music, Media and Mass Entertainment is the first sustained engagement with what might said to be - in its melding of concert and gathering, in its evolving relationship with digital and social media, in its delivery of event, experience, technology and star - the art form of the 21st century. This volume offers interviews with key designers, discussions of the practicalities of mounting arena concerts, mixing and performing live to a mass audience, recollections of the giants of late twentieth century music in performance, and critiques of latter-day pretenders to the throne. The authors track the evolution of the arena concert, consider design and architecture, celebrity and fashion, and turn to feminism, ethnographic research, and ideas of humour, liveness and authenticity, in order to explore and frame the arena concert. The arena concert becomes the 'real time' centre of a global digital network, and the gig-goer pays not only for an immersion in (and, indeed, role in) its spectacular nature, but also for a close encounter with the performers, in this contained and exalted space. The spectacular nature of the arena concert raises challenges that have yet to be fully technologically overcome, and has given rise to a reinvention of what live music actually means. Love it or loathe it, the arena concert is a major presence in the cultural landscape of the 21st century. This volume finds out why.

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The Arena Concert
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The Arena Concert: Music, Media and Mass Entertainment is the first sustained engagement with what might said to be - in its melding of concert and gathering, in its evolving relationship with digital and social media, in its delivery of event, experience, technology and star - the art form of the 21st century. This volume offers interviews with key designers, discussions of the practicalities of mounting arena concerts, mixing and performing live to a mass audience, recollections of the giants of late twentieth century music in performance, and critiques of latter-day pretenders to the throne. The authors track the evolution of the arena concert, consider design and architecture, celebrity and fashion, and turn to feminism, ethnographic research, and ideas of humour, liveness and authenticity, in order to explore and frame the arena concert. The arena concert becomes the 'real time' centre of a global digital network, and the gig-goer pays not only for an immersion in (and, indeed, role in) its spectacular nature, but also for a close encounter with the performers, in this contained and exalted space. The spectacular nature of the arena concert raises challenges that have yet to be fully technologically overcome, and has given rise to a reinvention of what live music actually means. Love it or loathe it, the arena concert is a major presence in the cultural landscape of the 21st century. This volume finds out why.

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