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Architectural Involutions
Writing, Staging, and Building Space, c. 1435-1650
Mimi Yiu
Northwestern University Press
Pub Date: 01/15/18
ISBN:  978-0-8101-3659-5
(0-8101-3659-7)
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Taking the reader on an inward journey from façades to closets, from physical to psychic space, Architectural Involutions offers an alternative genealogy of theater by revealing how innovations in architectural writing and practice transformed an early modern sense of interiority. As the English house underwent a process of inward folding, replacing a logic of central assembly with one of dissemination, the subject who negotiated this new scenography became a flashpoint of conflict in both domestic and theatrical arenas. Highly praised for its comprehensive supplementary material and engaging tone, Architectural Involutions was the winner of the 2016 MLA Prize for Independent Scholars.




Au risque de la conversion
L'expérience québécoise de la mission au XXe siècle (1945–1980)
Catherine Foisy
McGill-Queen's University Press
Pub Date: 01/15/18
ISBN:  978-0-7735-5154-1
(0-7735-5154-9)
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A pioneering study of twentieth-century Quebec missionary work as an experience of intercultural encounter.



Au risque de la conversion
L'expérience québécoise de la mission au XXe siècle (1945–1980)
Catherine Foisy
McGill-Queen's University Press
Pub Date: 01/15/18
ISBN:  978-0-7735-5153-4
(0-7735-5153-0)
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A pioneering study of twentieth-century Quebec missionary work as an experience of intercultural encounter.



Emotion in the Tudor Court
Literature, History, and Early Modern Feeling
Bradley J. Irish
Northwestern University Press
Pub Date: 01/15/18
ISBN:  978-0-8101-3639-7
(0-8101-3639-2)
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Emotion in the Tudor Court is a transdisciplinary work that uses Renaissance and modern scientific models of emotion to analyze the literary cultures of Tudor-era English court society, providing a robust new analysis of the emotional dynamics of sixteenth-century England.



Eyewitness to Promise: Abraham
Developing Unwavering Faith
Mindy Ferguson
AMG Bible Studies
Pub Date: 01/15/18
ISBN:  978-0-89957-911-5
(0-89957-911-6)
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Eyewitness to Promise is an in-depth Bible study in workbook format. The study takes readers on a ten-week journey with Abraham as eyewitnesses to God’s active presence as He provides for Abraham a future. Subtitle: Developing Unwavering Faith




Istanbul
Living with Difference in a Global City
Nora Fisher-Onar, Susan C. Pearce, E. Fuat Keyman, E. Fuat Keyman, Nora Fisher-Onar, Çaglar Keyder, Sami Zubaida, Feyzi Baban, Charles King, Ilay Romain Örs, Amy Mills, Anna Bigelow, Kristen Sarah Biehl, Hande Paker, Susan C. Pearce
Rutgers University Press
Pub Date: 01/15/18
ISBN:  978-0-8135-9558-0
(0-8135-9558-4)
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The contributors to Istanbul focus on the city’s connection to massive migration and globalization over the last two centuries, exploring the rise, collapse, and rebirth of cosmopolitan thinking and behaviors, and trying to sort out what functions as cosmopolitanism and what fails to live up to that term.  



Istanbul
Living with Difference in a Global City
Nora Fisher-Onar, Susan C. Pearce, E. Fuat Keyman, E. Fuat Keyman, Nora Fisher-Onar, Çaglar Keyder, Sami Zubaida, Feyzi Baban, Charles King, Ilay Romain Örs, Amy Mills, Anna Bigelow, Kristen Sarah Biehl, Hande Paker, Susan C. Pearce
Rutgers University Press
Pub Date: 01/15/18
ISBN:  978-0-8135-8912-1
(0-8135-8912-6)
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The contributors to Istanbul focus on the city’s connection to massive migration and globalization over the last two centuries, exploring the rise, collapse, and rebirth of cosmopolitan thinking and behaviors, and trying to sort out what functions as cosmopolitanism and what fails to live up to that term.  



Istanbul
Living with Difference in a Global City
Nora Fisher-Onar, Susan C. Pearce, E. Fuat Keyman, E. Fuat Keyman, Nora Fisher-Onar, Çaglar Keyder, Sami Zubaida, Feyzi Baban, Charles King, Ilay Romain Örs, Amy Mills, Anna Bigelow, Kristen Sarah Biehl, Hande Paker, Susan C. Pearce
Rutgers University Press
Pub Date: 01/15/18
ISBN:  978-0-8135-8911-4
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The contributors to Istanbul focus on the city’s connection to massive migration and globalization over the last two centuries, exploring the rise, collapse, and rebirth of cosmopolitan thinking and behaviors, and trying to sort out what functions as cosmopolitanism and what fails to live up to that term.  



Istanbul
Living with Difference in a Global City
Nora Fisher-Onar, Susan C. Pearce, E. Fuat Keyman, E. Fuat Keyman, Nora Fisher-Onar, Çaglar Keyder, Sami Zubaida, Feyzi Baban, Charles King, Ilay Romain Örs, Amy Mills, Anna Bigelow, Kristen Sarah Biehl, Hande Paker, Susan C. Pearce
Rutgers University Press
Pub Date: 01/15/18
ISBN:  978-0-8135-8910-7
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The contributors to Istanbul focus on the city’s connection to massive migration and globalization over the last two centuries, exploring the rise, collapse, and rebirth of cosmopolitan thinking and behaviors, and trying to sort out what functions as cosmopolitanism and what fails to live up to that term.  



Istanbul
Living with Difference in a Global City
Nora Fisher-Onar, Susan C. Pearce, E. Fuat Keyman, E. Fuat Keyman, Nora Fisher-Onar, Çaglar Keyder, Sami Zubaida, Feyzi Baban, Charles King, Ilay Romain Örs, Amy Mills, Anna Bigelow, Kristen Sarah Biehl, Hande Paker, Susan C. Pearce
Rutgers University Press
Pub Date: 01/15/18
ISBN:  978-0-8135-8909-1
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The contributors to Istanbul focus on the city’s connection to massive migration and globalization over the last two centuries, exploring the rise, collapse, and rebirth of cosmopolitan thinking and behaviors, and trying to sort out what functions as cosmopolitanism and what fails to live up to that term.  
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