Renewing Old Clothes

Author: Helen Flores

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform



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Political Science

The Emperor's Old Clothes

Author: Barbara Stollberg-Rilinger

Publisher: Berghahn Books


Category: Political Science

Page: 356

View: 328

For many years, scholars struggled to write the history of the constitution and political structure of the Holy Roman Empire. This book argues that this was because the political and social order could not be understood without considering the rituals and symbols that held the Empire together. What determined the rules (and whether they were followed) depended on complex symbolic-ritual actions. By examining key moments in the political history of the Empire, the author shows that it was a vocabulary of symbols, not the actual written laws, that formed a political language indispensable in maintaining the common order.

Three Black Generations at the Crossroads

Author: Lois Benjamin

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers


Category: History

Page: 276

View: 774

Three Generations at the Crossroads weaves a collective tapestry, linking personal biographies of individuals in different generations to the larger social forces acting on them. This second edition contains new chapters on politicians and artists, two groups that are symbolic of the new occupations that have emerged since the post-civil rights era. Benjamin also addresses the necessity for resiliency and survival within the black community to endure continuing transformations as we move into the 21st century.
Clothing and dress

Today's Clothing

Author: Laura Baxter



Category: Clothing and dress

Page: 547

View: 868

Social Science

Renewing Black Intellectual History

Author: Adolph Reed

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Social Science

Page: 336

View: 740

Reflecting critically on the discipline of African American studies is a complicated undertaking. Making sense of the black American experience requires situating it within the larger cultural, political-economic, and ideological dynamics that shape American life. This volume moves away from privileging racial commonality as the fulcrum of inquiry and moves toward observing the quality of the accounts scholars have rendered of black American life. This book maps the changing conditions of black political practice and experience from Emancipation to Obama with excursions into the Jim Crow era, Black Power radicalism, and the Reagan revolt. Here are essays, classic and new, that define historically and conceptually discrete problems affecting black Americans as these problems have been shaped by both politics and scholarly fashion. A key goal of the book is to come to terms with the changing terrain of American life in view of major Civil Rights court decisions and legislation.
Rome (Italy)

Roba Di Roma

Author: William Wetmore Story



Category: Rome (Italy)


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