THE PERFORMANCE OF BECOMING HUMAN

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The Performance Of Becoming Human

Author : Daniel Borzutzky
ISBN : 1936767465
Genre : American poetry
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Daniel Borzutzky confront the various ways nation-states and their bureaucracies absorb and destroy communities and economies, and continues his poetic investigation into the political and economic violence shared by Chicago and Chile, two places integral to his personal formation.
Category: American poetry

Lake Michigan

Author : Daniel Borzutzky
ISBN : 0822965224
Genre : Poetry
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Lake Michigan, a series of 19 lyric poems, imagines a prison camp located on the beaches of Chicago that is privatized, racially segregated, and overrun by a brutal police force. Thinking about the ways in which economic policy, racism, and militarized policing combine to shape the city, Lake Michigan's poems explore the themes of estrangement, state violence and capitalist exploitation, and take a hard look at neoliberal urbanism in the historic city of Chicago.
Category: Poetry

On Becoming Human

Author : Nancy Makepeace Tanner
ISBN : 0521280281
Genre : Science
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First published in 1981, On Becoming Human presents a unique theory of human origins, an original explanation of how early hominids evolved from their ape-like primate ancestors. Professor Nancy M. Tanner's book integrates the data on chimpanzee behaviour with the available information on early phases of human evolution. The result is a model by which we can more accurately reconstruct the lifeways of the early hominids and better understand the rapid transition from ape to early human. By an innovative use of conventional data and a fresh perspective on traditional anthropological approaches, Professor Tanner, in her first book, has developed a powerful new theory of human origins by which we can understand the actual dynamics of becoming human.
Category: Science

Becoming Human

Author : Chad Wellmon
ISBN : 9780271048529
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"Examines the crisis of a late eighteenth-century anthropology as it relates to the emergence of a modern consciousness that sees itself as condemned to draw its norms and very self-understanding from itself"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Literary Criticism

Becoming Human

Author : Jean Vanier
ISBN : 9780887848094
Genre : Self-Help
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Acclaimed as a man "who inspires the world" (Maclean's) and a "nation builder" (Globe and Mail), Jean Vanier has made a difference in the lives of countless people — including those with disabilities and the many young people who have been moved by his life's work. Becoming Humanis a modern classic that continues to resonate among the generations. In a world of competition, where the strong dominate the weak, Vanier calls on each one of us to open ourselves to those we perceive as different or inferior. This, he says, is the key to true personal and societal freedom. This 10th anniversary edition includes a new introduction by the author.
Category: Self-Help

Creator Spirit

Author : Steven R. Guthrie
ISBN : 9780801029219
Genre : Religion
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"Art is often viewed as being inherently spiritual. But what does it mean to describe an experience of art or beauty as spiritual? Is there a relationship between the spiritual experience a person has in the presence of a work of art and the Holy Spirit of Christian faith? Theologian, musician, and educator Steven Guthrie examines particular areas of overlap between spirituality, human creativity, and the arts with the goal of sharpening and refining how we speak and think about the Holy Spirit. Through his exploration of the many different connections between art and spirituality, Guthrie uses the arts as a creative lens for exploring the Holy Spirit and offers a unique introduction to pneumatology. He also introduces an important idea from the early church that is now unfamiliar to many Christians: the Holy Spirit is the humanizing Spirit, whose work is to remake our humanity after the image of the perfect humanity of Jesus Christ.This clear, engaging theology of the arts will be of interest to professors and students in theology and the arts, pneumatology, and systematic theology courses as well as thoughtful lay readers, Christian artists, worship leaders, and pastors" -- Publisher description.
Category: Religion

Becoming Human

Author : Ian Tattersall
ISBN : 0156006537
Genre : Science
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Explores the evolution of humankind--who we are, where we came from, and where we are going
Category: Science

In The Murmurs Of The Rotten Carcass Economy

Author : Daniel Borzutzky
ISBN : 1937658333
Genre : Poetry
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This riveting new book of powerful poetry continues the author's investigation into the political and social violence of our times
Category: Poetry

World Of Made And Unmade

Author : Jane Mead
ISBN : 9781938584398
Genre : Poetry
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Mead’s fifth collection candidly and openly explores the long process that is death. These resonant poems discover what it means to live, die, and come home again. We’re drawn in by sorrow and grief, but also the joys of celebrating a long life and how simple it is to find laughter and light in the quietest and darkest of moments.
Category: Poetry