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SIGNED FIRST EDITION with dust jacket. Full black cloth with orange and white lettering on the spine, signed by Walter Lord on the title page, jacket is price-clipped and has light rubbing at the edges. Overall a EXCELLENT book in a VERY GOOD PLUS dust jacket. A good gift. Walter Lord (October 8, 1917–May 19, 2002) was an American author, best known for his documentary-style non-fiction account A Night to Remember, about the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Lord was born in Baltimore, Maryland to John Walterhouse and Henrietta Hoffman. His father was a lawyer who died when Walter was just three years old. Following high school at Baltimore's Gilman School, he studied history at Princeton University, graduating in 1939. Lord then enrolled at Yale Law School, interrupting his studies to join the Army after the attack on Pearl Harbor. During World War II, he was assigned to the Office of Strategic Services as a code clerk in London in 1942. He was the agency's secretariat when the war ended in 1945. Afterwards, Lord returned to Yale where he earned a degree in law. While Lord wrote a dozen successful books on such subjects as Pearl Harbor (Day of Infamy, 1957), the Battle of Midway (Incredible Victory, 1967), the Battle of the Alamo, polar exploration and the civil rights struggle, he was best known for his best-selling 1955 book A Night to Remember about the sinking of the Titanic. It was made into a popular 1958 British movie of the same name. In writing A Night to Remember, Lord took the time to track down nearly 60 Titanic survivors to get their stories. He also wrote another book about the Titanic titled The Night Lives On, published in 1986. Shortly after going to work as a copywriter for the J. Walter Thompson advertising agency in New York, Mr. Lord published The Fremantle Diary, edited and annotated from the journals of a British officer and Confederate sympathizer who toured the South for three months in 1863. It was a mild but surprising success in 1954, when Mr. Lord was well into completing A Night to Remember. Using techniques learned in researching tax issues, he tracked down some sixty survivors and turned their stories into a dramatic, minute-by-minute account of Titanic 's maiden voyage. In later years, he was a frequent lecturer at meetings of the Titanic Historical Society. In 1997, Lord served as a consultant to director James Cameron during the filming of the movie Titanic. The "sequel" to Titanic, Ghosts of the Abyss is dedicated to Lord's memory. Lord was a lifelong bachelor and died after a long struggle with Parkinson's disease at his Manhattan home at age 84. Noted historian David McCullough said of Lord at his death, "He was one of the most generous and kind-hearted men I've ever known, and when I had stars in my eyes and wanted to become a writer, he was a great help. I'll always be indebted to him." Walter Lord is buried in the Lord family plot at historic Greenmount Cemetery in Baltimore, marked by a marble bench listing the books he authored.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Full Cloth. Near Fine/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Hardcover., Harper & Row, 1965, Brisbane: Cooperative Research Centre for Coastal Zone, Estuary and Waterway Management. 2004. 4to. 278pp, lavishly illustrated in colour, maps. Soft covers. A fine clean copy. ISBN 0957867883 ., Cooperative Research Centre for Coastal Zone, Estuary and Waterway Management, 2004, Los Angeles: UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, 2009. Hardcover. New/No Jacket. Born in El Paso in 1937, Celia Alvarez Muñoz grew up amid competing cultures, languages, and value systems along the U.S.-Mexico border. In this in-depth study, Roberto Tejada gives an account of the artist through biography and cultural history, in conjunction with more traditional art history and close visual analysis. As both poet and photography historian, Tejada offers a critical corollary to Alvarez Muñoz's artistic practice: while the poet engages the arbitrariness of language, the photography historian engages the indexical nature of the image. In straddling these modes, Celia Alvarez Muñoz introduces us to an image-text artist whose art explores the first glances and misread signs that occur where cultures meet and the stories that they tell about the history of American society, culture, and modern art. "Celia Alvarez Muñoz is an elegantly written study that situates the author's work in relation to Chicana/o cultural history as well as to (post)minimalist and (post)conceptualist art.... It lays a foundation for rethinking the canon in a way that bridges the gap between Latin American studies and U.S. art criticism." - Claire Fox, author of The Fence and the River: Culture and Politics at the U.S. Mexico Border. 45 color illustrations., UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, 2009

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University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2012. Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. Euro-Americans see the Spanish conquest as the main event in the five-century history of Mesoamerica, but the people who lived there before contact never gave up their own cultures. Both before and after conquest, indigenous scribes recorded their communities' histories and belief systems, as well as the events of conquest and its effects and aftermath. Today, the descendants of those native historians in modern-day Mexico and Guatemala still remember their ancestors' stories. In Mesoamerican Memory, volume editors Amos Megged and Stephanie Wood have gathered the latest scholarship from contributors around the world to compare these various memories and explore how they were preserved and altered over time. Rather than dividing Mesoamerica's past into pre-contact, colonial, and modern periods, the essays in this volume emphasize continuity from the pre-conquest era to the present, underscoring the ongoing importance of indigenous texts in creating and preserving community identity, history, and memory. In addition to Nahua and Maya recollections, contributors examine the indigenous traditions of Mixtec, Zapotec, Tarascan, and Totonac peoples. Close analysis of pictorial and alphabetic manuscripts, and of social and religious rituals, yields insight into community history and memory, political relations, genealogy, ethnic identity, and portrayals of the Spanish invaders. Drawing on archaeology, art history, ethnology, ethnohistory, and linguistics, the essays consider the function of manuscripts and ritual in local, regional, and, now, national settings. Several scholars highlight direct connections between the collective memory of indigenous communities and the struggles of contemporary groups. Such modern documents as land titles, for example, gain legitimacy by referring to ancestral memory. Crossing disciplinary, methodological, and temporal boundaries, Mesoamerican Memory advances our understanding of collective memory in Mexico and Guatemala. Through diverse sourcesÑpictorial and alphabetic, archaeological, archival, and ethnographicÑreaders gain a glimpse into indigenous remembrances that, without the research exhibited here, might have remained unknown to the outside world., University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2012, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2012. Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. How indigenous manuscripts and rituals preserved a people's identity, history, and memory in the face of conquest Euro-Americans see the Spanish conquest as the main event in the five-century history of Mesoamerica, but the people who lived there before contact never gave up their own cultures. Both before and after conquest, indigenous scribes recorded their communities' histories and belief systems, as well as the events of conquest and its effects and aftermath. Today, the descendants of those native historians in modern-day Mexico and Guatemala still remember their ancestors' stories. In Mesoamerican Memory, volume editors Amos Megged and Stephanie Wood have gathered the latest scholarship from contributors around the world to compare these various memories and explore how they were preserved and altered over time. Rather than dividing Mesoamerica's past into pre-contact, colonial, and modern periods, the essays in this volume emphasize continuity from the pre-conquest era to the present, underscoring the ongoing importance of indigenous texts in creating and preserving community identity, history, and memory. In addition to Nahua and Maya recollections, contributors examine the indigenous traditions of Mixtec, Zapotec, Tarascan, and Totonac peoples. Close analysis of pictorial and alphabetic manuscripts, and of social and religious rituals, yields insight into community history and memory, political relations, genealogy, ethnic identity, and portrayals of the Spanish invaders. Drawing on archaeology, art history, ethnology, ethnohistory, and linguistics, the essays consider the function of manuscripts and ritual in local, regional, and, now, national settings. Several scholars highlight direct connections between the collective memory of indigenous communities and the struggles of contemporary groups. Such modern documents as land titles, for example, gain legitimacy by referring to ancestral memory. Crossing disciplinary, methodological, and temporal boundaries, Mesoamerican Memory advances our understanding of collective memory in Mexico and Guatemala. Through diverse sourcesÑpictorial and alphabetic, archaeological, archival, and ethnographicÑreaders gain a glimpse into indigenous remembrances that, without the research exhibited here, might have remained unknown to the outside world. 52 black and white Illustrations, 3 Maps, 2 Tables. Amos Megged is author of Social Memory in Ancient and Colonial Mesoamerica. Stephanie Wood is Research Associate at the Center for the Study of Women in Society at the University of Oregon. She is coeditor of Indian Women of Early Mexico, also published by the University of Oklahoma Press., University of Oklahoma Press, Norman: 2012, Los Angeles: UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, 2009. Hardcover. New/No Jacket. Born in El Paso in 1937, Celia Alvarez Muñoz grew up amid competing cultures, languages, and value systems along the U.S.-Mexico border. In this in-depth study, Roberto Tejada gives an account of the artist through biography and cultural history, in conjunction with more traditional art history and close visual analysis. As both poet and photography historian, Tejada offers a critical corollary to Alvarez Muñoz¿s artistic practice: while the poet engages the arbitrariness of language, the photography historian engages the indexical nature of the image. In straddling these modes, Celia Alvarez Muñoz introduces us to an image-text artist whose art explores the first glances and misread signs that occur where cultures meet and the stories that they tell about the history of American society, culture, and modern art. "Celia Alvarez Muñoz is an elegantly written study that situates the author's work in relation to Chicana/o cultural history as well as to (post)minimalist and (post)conceptualist art. It lays a foundation for rethinking the canon in a way that bridges the gap between Latin American studies and U.S. art criticism." ¿ Claire Fox, author of The Fence and the River: Culture and Politics at the U.S. Mexico Border. 45 color illustrations., UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, 2009

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Los Angeles: UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, 2009. Hardcover. New/No Jacket. Born in El Paso in 1937, Celia Alvarez Muñoz grew up amid competing cultures, languages, and value systems along the U.S.-Mexico border. In this in-depth study, Roberto Tejada gives an account of the artist through biography and cultural history, in conjunction with more traditional art history and close visual analysis. As both poet and photography historian, Tejada offers a critical corollary to Alvarez Muñoz's artistic practice: while the poet engages the arbitrariness of language, the photography historian engages the indexical nature of the image. In straddling these modes, Celia Alvarez Muñoz introduces us to an image-text artist whose art explores the first glances and misread signs that occur where cultures meet and the stories that they tell about the history of American society, culture, and modern art. "Celia Alvarez Muñoz is an elegantly written study that situates the author's work in relation to Chicana/o cultural history as well as to (post)minimalist and (post)conceptualist art.... It lays a foundation for rethinking the canon in a way that bridges the gap between Latin American studies and U.S. art criticism." - Claire Fox, author of The Fence and the River: Culture and Politics at the U.S. Mexico Border. 45 color illustrations., UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, 2009

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A conceptual and multimedia artist known for her writing, photography, painting, installation, and public art, Celia Alvarez Muñoz has been invited to exhibit and to create site-specific works for more than fifty major U.S. museums and was included in the 1991 Whitney Biennial. In her work Muñoz draws on family and communal memories to explore her own experiences growing up Catholic and Mexican American on the Texas-Mexico border, as well as larger issues concerning the spaces between languages and cultures and the histories that connect place to community.With more than one hundred color photographs, this book in the landmark A Ver series surveys Muñoz''s career from her earliest bookmaking project, the Enlightenment series, and such installation pieces as Stories Your Mother Never Told You to her more recent works of public art and digital photography. Throughout his in-depth essay, Roberto Tejada illuminates Muñoz''s feminist perspective, political engagement, and provocative use of ideas and artifacts from two cultures. Roberto Tejada, Books, Art and Architecture, Celia Alvarez Munoz Books>Art and Architecture, University Of Minnesota Press

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780895511119
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0895511118
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 2009
Publisher: UNIV OF MINNESOTA PR
127 Pages
Weight: 0,726 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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