8 edition of Spaces of their own found in the catalog.
|Statement||Mayfair Mei-hui Yang, editor.|
|Series||Public worlds ;, v. 4|
|Contributions||Yang, Mayfair Mei-hui.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1767 .S6 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 375 p. :|
|Number of Pages||375|
|ISBN 10||081663145X, 0816631468|
|LC Control Number||98030875|
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With wonderfully readable essays by scholars from China, Taiwan, and the United States, Spaces of Their Own makes a much needed contribution to our understanding of the complex workings of power relations in contemporary China.
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His most recent book, "Thoughts Without Cigarettes," was published this month. Setting: A quiet, private space with a view, preferably of water. A Space of Their Own: The Archaeology of Nineteenth Century Lunatic Asylums in Britain, South Australia, and Tasmania by Susan Piddock, Department of Archaeology, Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia This book will explore this world using.
A Safe Space of Their Own by Christine Rosen Amid all the talk of quarantine and social distancing and turning one’s. A Space of Their Own aims to compile the most comprehensive resource to date for information on female artists active in the United States and Europe during this.
For anyone who has even had the slightest inkling of designing/constructing a space of their own to be utilized as a potting shed, artist's studio, reading nook, or design studio, this book is a step closer to realizing your dreams.
Yes, it is geared towards women, hence the title/5(44). Kids need spaces to call their own. The pandemic denies them that. A closet, a couch or a kitchen counter will do in a pinch, but children learn best in rooms designed just for them.
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I would like to dedicate. A Place of Their Own Creating spaces where teens can thrive. By Jennifer Velasquez | September 1, Cultivating a space in the library that teens can activate and own sends teens a strong signal they are valued and welcome. Teens (defined here as those ages 13–18) are usually scrutinized closely because of expectations that they will.
A space of their own. His most recent book, "Thoughts Without Cigarettes," was published this month. Setting: A quiet, private space with a. These Moments of Mine. Shirley, a teacher, blogger and busy mother of three, used to see the cozy little alcove in her office as little more than wasted space, but thanks to a sudden burst of inspiration and a quick trip to IKEA, Shirley’s kids now have a cozy reading room of their own, and all for less than $80.
The project is the essence of simple: A corner of the room is set off with draw. She enthusiastically agreed and over the course of the next few weeks I will be sharing some simple projects, suitable for children, that can help to provide them with a sense of ownership in creating a space all of their own – starting today with a simple Tape Art.
Why do PoC need their own spaces. In integrated spaces, patterns of white dominance are inevitable. These patterns include things like being legitimized for using academic language, an expectation of “getting it right” (i.e., perfectionism), fear of open conflict, scapegoating those who cause discomfort, and a sense of urgency that takes.
A space of their own. Multiracial students at Yale. Noah Kim am, Staff Reporter. Haleigh Larson ’18 spent her North Dakotan childhood in a co mmunity she characterizes as “almost completely Scandinavian.” She and her two siblings, the adopted children of white parents, are some of the few residents of color in the.
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