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8243, 86, 91, 95, 102, 189, 190 Traditionalism, 72, 82, 180. see also
Bantustanism Transvaal Chamber of Commerce, 81 Trihute, 142 Tricameral
Parliament, 10041, ...
Author: Litheko Modisane
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
South Africa's Renegade Reels seeks to understand the way certain films take on exemplary/iconic status in a country like South Africa where the historical production of film has been minimal, and in a context of intense political reality. The book lays bare the public critical engagements around old renegade films and new ones. It dissects their subtleties in the public lives of forgotten films from South Africa that are oriented to black social experience—Come Back, Africa (1959), uDeliwe (1975), Mapantsula (1988), alongside a new one, Fools (1998), and a television comparator Yizo Yizo (1999-2001)—excavating from the record iconic and newer black-centered films and television. Through analysis of public reflections on the films' representations of black identity, the book shows the complex nature of films in modern public life. In doing so, the book enriches and is enriched by established methodologies of film study, by expanding the cultural and conceptual boundaries of film as a phenomenon of textual circulation.
For the complete text of this correspondence , see the February - April 1989 issue
of the Crusader , pp . ... Michael McAteer , “ Sincere but Misled or Self - Seeking Renegade ? ... See , for example , John Hauf , “ The 1990 National Symposium :
Fatima is Most Relevant Today , " Soul Magazine ( September October 1990 ) ,
pp . ... to the invitation , and very few actually indicated an intention to attend . The
alleged assault against Gruner is reported in the Winter 1993 issue ( p . 9 ) . 41 .
Author: Michael W. Cuneo
Publisher: JHU Press
Category: Business & Economics
A provocative study in contemporary sociology and the first full-scale account of Roman Catholic fundamentalism, The Smoke of Satan offers new insight into the Catholic Church and explores the nature of religion in society.
How the Short, Unruly Life of Ramparts Magazine Changed America Peter
Richardson ... Chronicle of Higher Education, June 20, 2008; http://chronicle.com/
free/v54/i41/41b00601.htm. ... Lee, Barbara, Renegade for Peace and Justice:
Congresswoman Barbara Lee Speaks for Me (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers,
Author: Peter Richardson
Publisher: The New Press
Category: Social Science
A Mother Jones "Best Book of 2009," A Bomb in Every Issue uncovers the largely untold story of Ramparts magazine, the spectacular San Francisco muckraker that captured the zeitgeist of the ’60s and repeatedly scooped the New York Times, changing American journalism forever. Launched in 1962 as a Catholic literary quarterly, Ramparts quickly transformed into a "radical slick," winning a George Polk Award in 1967 for its "explosive revival of the great muckraking tradition." According to the Los Angeles Times, the magazine "not only blew the cover off the biggest stories of the era, it also helped set the ideological agenda for its core demographic, the New Left, and forced the mainstream press to follow its lead." Ramparts' list of contributors—including Noam Chomsky, César Chávez, Seymour Hersh, Angela Davis, and Susan Sontag—formed a who’s who of the American left. Although Ramparts folded for good in 1975, former staffers founded Rolling Stone and Mother Jones and include some of the most illustrious names in journalism (names like Robert Scheer, Jann Wenner, and Warren Hinckle), and Ramparts remains an inspiration to investigative journalists today.
... ACNM and MANA, 42–45 issue of maternal and infant death, 213 lay midwives
and apprenticeship, 45–46 grassroots movement, 40–41 high ... assistants, 55
professional organization, impediments to, 33 public image, 166–167 renegade,
20–21, 177 and potential threat to ... College of Utah, 49 Midwives Model of Care,
11, 54 MorningStar, Sandra, 174–175 Mothering Magazine, 424 Murdaugh, Sis.
Author: Robbie Davis-Floyd
Category: Social Science
Providing insights into midwifery, a team of reputable contributors describe the development of nurse- and direct-entry midwifery in the United States, including the creation of two new direct-entry certifications, the Certified Midwife and the Certified Professional Midwife, and examine the history, purposes, complexities, and the political strife that has characterized the evolution of midwifery in America. Including detailed case studies, the book looks at the efforts of direct-entry midwives to achieve legalization and licensure in seven states: New York, Florida, Michigan, Iowa, Virginia, Colorado, and Massachusetts with varying degrees of success.
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each issue . ... SantaFeGoldworks.com GERONIMO : OPINIONS DIFFER your
October ( 2009 ) issue , on page 41 , Geronimo is said to ... He was a renegade .