In this first book-length study of Jewish art in America, Matthew Baigell explores works from the early settlers of America to the present. It is a narrative history of the Jewish experience in American art as seen through the works of many different artists. Its main focus is the examination of Jewish subject matter employed by artists, their responses to their religious and ethnic heritage as well as to significant events of the time.
Take An Authentic Look Within Yourself When the Divine Feminine instructed Sue Patton Thoele to "pour water on my women," Thoele set about writing a book to provide women with spiritual sustenance for every area of their lives. The Woman’s Book of Spirit is Thoele’s take on what it’s like to have the best intentions in the world and blow it—and not just once. It’s a book that asks us to meditate on a series of anecdotes and stories that touch on intimate portrayals of everyday living, from knowing how to receive love to handling grief. Nourishment for the soul’s journey. Each daily reflection in this book evokes a nourishing and motivational sense of self that empowers and heals, so that you may move forward in your journey. The Woman’s Book of Spirit: Is written in a series of short meditations that allows you to connect more deeply to yourself Contains the meaning behind “the Sacred Feminine Voice” that teaches you how to heal your wounds Includes quotes from distinguished women to revitalize your heart If you felt empowered by books like Journey to the Heart, The Confident Woman Devotional, or The Gifts of Imperfection, then you will find The Woman’s Book of Spirit to be a new guide to spiritual living.
Part of a three-volume reference series which provides an authoritative and comprehensive set of volumes collecting together the most influential articles and papers on tourism, heritage and culture. This first volume deals primarily with issues of conservation, interpretation, impacts of tourism and the management of those impacts.
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.