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Afterall
Spring/Summer 2017, Volume 43
Edited by Helena Vilalta, Anders Kreuger, David Morris, and Charles Stankievech
University of Chicago Press Journals
Pub Date: 04/24/17
ISBN:  978-1-84638-181-2
(1-84638-181-9)
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Issue 43, Spring/Summer 2017, reflects on artistic practices that challenge the legacies of colonialism. Looking at the work of Chimurenga, Lubaina Himid and Duane Linklater, amongst others, we ask how artists can create self-initiated structures that dispute the politics of inclusion and exclusion. Accompanying essays consider human-animal relationships within indigenous cultures and the first pan-African festival held in Dakar in 1966.



Discriminating Taste
How Class Anxiety Created the American Food Revolution
S. Margot Finn
Rutgers University Press
Pub Date: 04/24/17
ISBN:  978-0-8135-7686-2
(0-8135-7686-5)
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A provocative look at contemporary food culture, Discriminating Taste critically examines cultural touchstones from Ratatouille to The Biggest Loser, identifying how “good food” is conflated with high status. Drawing historical parallels with the Gilded Age, Margot Finn argues that the rise of gourmet, ethnic, diet, and organic foods must be understood in tandem with the ever-widening income inequality gap.



Discriminating Taste
How Class Anxiety Created the American Food Revolution
S. Margot Finn
Rutgers University Press
Pub Date: 04/24/17
ISBN:  978-0-8135-7687-9
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A provocative look at contemporary food culture, Discriminating Taste critically examines cultural touchstones from Ratatouille to The Biggest Loser, identifying how “good food” is conflated with high status. Drawing historical parallels with the Gilded Age, Margot Finn argues that the rise of gourmet, ethnic, diet, and organic foods must be understood in tandem with the ever-widening income inequality gap.



Discriminating Taste
How Class Anxiety Created the American Food Revolution
S. Margot Finn
Rutgers University Press
Pub Date: 04/24/17
ISBN:  978-0-8135-7688-6
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A provocative look at contemporary food culture, Discriminating Taste critically examines cultural touchstones from Ratatouille to The Biggest Loser, identifying how “good food” is conflated with high status. Drawing historical parallels with the Gilded Age, Margot Finn argues that the rise of gourmet, ethnic, diet, and organic foods must be understood in tandem with the ever-widening income inequality gap.



Discriminating Taste
How Class Anxiety Created the American Food Revolution
S. Margot Finn
Rutgers University Press
Pub Date: 04/24/17
ISBN:  978-0-8135-7685-5
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A provocative look at contemporary food culture, Discriminating Taste critically examines cultural touchstones from Ratatouille to The Biggest Loser, identifying how “good food” is conflated with high status. Drawing historical parallels with the Gilded Age, Margot Finn argues that the rise of gourmet, ethnic, diet, and organic foods must be understood in tandem with the ever-widening income inequality gap.



Discriminating Taste
How Class Anxiety Created the American Food Revolution
S. Margot Finn
Rutgers University Press
Pub Date: 04/24/17
ISBN:  978-0-8135-9070-7
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A provocative look at contemporary food culture, Discriminating Taste critically examines cultural touchstones from Ratatouille to The Biggest Loser, identifying how “good food” is conflated with high status. Drawing historical parallels with the Gilded Age, Margot Finn argues that the rise of gourmet, ethnic, diet, and organic foods must be understood in tandem with the ever-widening income inequality gap.



Galia's Dad Is in a Wheelchair
James English
Texas Christian University Press
Pub Date: 04/24/17
ISBN:  978-0-87565-649-6
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Galia is a young girl from Port-au-Prince, Haiti, who likes to ride her bike, dance, and spend time with her father, Gérald, who has muscular dystrophy and has been in a wheelchair since he was a young boy.  Despite his disability, Gérald received a master’s degree from Harvard University, served as President Michel Martelly’s Secretary of State with the disability portfolio, and enjoys many of the same activities with his daughter as other dads.



Innovation Policy and the Economy, 2016
Volume 17
Edited by Shane M. Greenstein, Joshua Lerner, and Scott Stern
University of Chicago Press Journals
Pub Date: 04/24/17
ISBN:  978-0-226-48985-8
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The seventeenth annual volume of the National Bureau of Economic Research’s (NBER) Innovation Policy and the Economy seeks to provide an accessible forum to bring the work of leading academic researchers to an audience of policymakers and those interested in the interaction between public policy and innovation. In the first chapter Joel Waldfogel discusses how reduced costs of production has resulted in a “Golden Age of Television,” arguing that this development has gone underappreciated. The second, by Marc Rysman and Scott Schuh, discusses the prospects for innovation in payment systems, including mobile payments, faster payment systems, and digital currencies. In the third paper, Catherine Tucker and Amalia Miller analyze the consequences of patient data becoming virtually costless to store, share, and individualize, showing how data management and privacy issues have become a key factor in health policy. The fourth, by Michael Luca, examines how online marketplaces have proliferated over the past decade, evolving far beyond the pioneers such as eBay and Amazon. In the fifth essay, Tim Bresnahan and Pai-Ling Yin characterize information and communication technologies in the workplace, addressing how wages vary with increasing demand for smart managers and professionals, and workers with organizational participation skills.



Le Papa de Galia se Déplace en Fauteuil Roulant
James English
Texas Christian University Press
Pub Date: 04/24/17
ISBN:  978-0-87565-659-5
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Galia is a young girl from Port-au-Prince, Haiti, who likes to ride her bike, dance, and spend time with her father, Gérald, who has muscular dystrophy and has been in a wheelchair since he was a young boy.  Despite his disability, Gérald received a master’s degree from Harvard University, served as President Michel Martelly’s Secretary of State with the disability portfolio, and enjoys many of the same activities with his daughter as other dads.



The Making of Modern Poetry in Canada
Essential Commentary on Poetry in English, Third edition
Edited by Louis Dudek and Michael Gnarowski
McGill-Queen's University Press
Pub Date: 04/24/17
ISBN:  978-0-7735-4959-3
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A collection of important literary documents that show how modernism developed in Canada.
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