Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Vol. 13 Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Vol. 13 ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIFTH DAY Thursday, 9 May 1946 Morning Session [The Defendant Doenitz resumed the stand.] Long Ass Interview w/ Tao Lin pt 1 of 2 [Hi, this is Stephen Tully Dierks. I interviewed Tao Lin re his second novel, Richard Yates.] STEPHEN: Potentially, every aspect of this novel unsettles one’s preconceived notions, from the use of title to character names to the treatment of charged themes (statutory rape, child abuse, etc.) to the notion of fiction versus non-fiction. Did you make a conscious effort to do these things, and did you have a goal or desired effect in mind? I didn’t include sentences conveying that in different contexts—for example [various cultures/subcultures over the past few thousand years]—a 22-year-old having sex with a 16-year-old, a person killing oneself, or someone vomiting food would not be notable. I didn’t want to attempt to include anything like that for any of the possibly “controversial” topics.
The British Museum distorts history and denies its racist past – HeritageDaily Share Tweet Email The British Museum in London is rewriting history to appear in a better light and defend itself against demands to return objects to their countries of origin. Art Therapist - qualifications, training and registration and what the job entails This is an overview of Art Therapy as a career including what an art therapy is, a little of the history of art therapy, the regulatory framework in which we currently work and the initial training and continuing professional development we undertake. You may wish to check out the Training FAQ and Training Courses pages. There is also a one-day course "Introduction to the Profession of Art Therapy" designed for potential entrants to the profession. and a new "Art Therapy Foundation Course" suitable for potential entrants and healthcare workers who want to gain a better understanding of Art within a care context.
Free Audio Books Sort by Titles Per Page 1 - 10 of 10120 Titles by Abraham Maslow The OECD as the cradle of the Club of Rome Matthias Schmelzer, University of Jena, based on a newly published article on the origins of the Club of Rome within the OECD. The Club of Rome’s first report, The limits to growth, appeared in 1972 and was ultimately published in thirty languages and sold over thirty million copies worldwide. It made many people aware for the first time that with continuing growth the world would eventually run out of resources. Today, 45 years later, its electrifying conclusions, which modelled the ‘overshoot and collapse’ of the global system by the mid twenty-first century, still provoke intense debates. The World's Greatest Books Home Search Site Contact Us Site Map Our FREE ebooks
Teaching Matters: Program - Gordon State College Quick Links My Gordon Site Map A state college in the University System of Georgia Teaching Matters: Program The Pollock-Krasner Foundation - The Grant Grant Guidelines Purpose The Pollock-Krasner Foundation's dual criteria for grants are recognizable artistic merit and demonstrable financial need, whether professional, personal or both. The Foundation's mission is to aid, internationally, those individuals who have worked as professional artists over a significant period of time.
Novels & Novellas - Audio Literature Odyssey - Audio Literature Odyssey Persuasion by Jane Austen Regency-Era Romance Years separated Anne and Captain Wentworth, but their love may have a second chance, if bitterness and reticence do not part them forever. Lancelot: The Knight of the Cart by Chrétien de Troyes Arthurian Romance(Technically an epic poem, but reads like a novella.)