Offers a new criticism of contemporary Jewish art, showing how Jewish artists bring their use of action and process to Jewish ideas. Bringing together exhibition catalogs, midrashic texts, and artist statements, this book addresses abstraction, conceptual art, performance art, and other styles that do not rely on imagery for meaning.
Ben H. Bagdikian Contributions by
Lee Artz, Naiim Badii, Ben H. Bagdikian, Nicolene Botha, Naren Chitty, David J. Collison, Geoffrey Cowan, Arnold de Beer, Mahboub E. Hashem, Zhou He, Dana Hull, Karim H. Karim, Douglas Kellner, Antonio C. La Pastina, Ronald Paul Larson, David Miller, Asra Q. Nomani, Leila Conners Petersen, Danny Schechter, Nancy Snow, Norman Solomon, Majid Tehranian, Daya Kishan Thussu, Kathleen A. Tobin, Herman Wasserman, R S. Zaharna, Barrie Zwicker Edited by
Yahya R. Kamalipour, Nancy Snow
Eighteenth-Century Brechtians is a collection of essays by a well-known author on comic and radical political theatre. It looks at stage satires by John Gay, Henry Fielding, George Farquhar, Charlotte Charke, David Garrick and their contemporaries through the lens of Brecht’s theory and practice. 15 b&w illustrations.
Yifrah Kaminer MD MBA, Ken C. Winters PhD
Thoroughly updated and expanded, the book focuses on the clinical implications of beginning substance use and the pathways to substance use disorders (SUDs) and coexisting disorders among adolescents and college-age emerging adults (ages 12–25 years). This new manual not only captures the advances made in the youth substance use and SUD domains covered in the previous manual, but also includes new and critically important topics that have emerged.