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Streetart in Germany. by Schaal, Timo.;
Pages:1 to 25 -- Pages:26 to 50 -- Pages:51 to 75 -- Pages:76 to 100 -- Pages:101 to 125 -- Pages:126 to 150 -- Pages:151 to 175 -- Pages:176 to 193.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Graffiti -- Germany.; Street art -- Germany.;
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Let's Go Germany : The Student Travel Guide. by Harvard Student Agencies, Inc.;
Title Page -- Table of Contents -- RESEARCHER-WRITERS -- DISCOVER GERMANY -- BERLIN -- HAMBURG -- DRESDEN, LEIPZIG, AND WEIMAR-JENA -- KÃLN AND DÃSSELDORF -- FRANKFURT, THE BERGSTRASSE, AND MARBURG -- HEIDELBERG AND STUTTGART -- MUNICH -- VIENNA -- AUSTRIAN ALPS -- ESSENTIALS -- GERMANY 101 -- BEYOND TOURISM -- INDEX -- MAP INDEX -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- ABOUT LETâS GO -- THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS -- MAPS -- Copyright Page.Welcome to Germany Let's Go style. Poised at the juncture of tradition and cosmopolitanism, Germany offers student travelers culture, intellectual wonder, and beer-fueled adventure. Let's Go's intrepid student researchers have scoured the country to bring travelers the best information on everything from the hottest street art in Berlin to the best ski slopes in the Alps all on a student-friendly budget. Whether planning for a summer of backpacking from Munich to Hamburg or gearing up for a year of study at Germany's oldest university in Heidelberg, Let's Go Germany is the perfect resource for student travelers.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Germany -- Description and travel.; Germany -- Guidebooks.; Germany -- Travel tips.;
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Lonely Planet Berlin / by Schulte-Peevers, Andrea,author.(DLC)1922392; Lonely Planet Publications (Firm),issuing body.(DLC)1888617;
Lonely Planet: The world's number one travel guide publisher* Lonely Planet's Berlin is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Visit the iconic Berlin Wall, enjoy local street art and nightlife, and be dazzled by the Reichstag - all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Berlin and begin your journey now! Inside Lonely Planet's Berlin : Colour maps and images throughout Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sightseeing, going out, shopping, hidden gems that most guidebooks miss Cultural insights provide a richer, more rewarding travel experience - covering history, people, music, religion, cuisine, politics Covers Historic Mitte, Museumsinsel, Alexanderplatz, Tiergarten, Scheunenviertel, Kreuzberg, Neuk{uml}olln, Friedrichshain, Prenzlauer, City West, Charlottenburg, and more ...Print version record.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Guidebooks.; TRAVEL / Europe / Germany.;
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Urban Austerity : Impacts of the Global Financial Crisis on Cities in Europe. by Schipper, Sebastian.; Schönig, Barbara.;
Intro -- Titel -- Table of contents -- Introduction -- Impacts of the Global Financial Crisis on Cities in Europe -- An Introduction to Urban Austerity -- Urban governance in times of austerity -- Financializing the Entrepreneurial City -- The (Post)politics of Fiscal Retrenchment -- Managing Cities and People in a Context of Austerity Urbanism -- Social Impact Bonds: A âSocial Neoliberalâ Response to the Crisis? -- Urban Politics towards a New Paradigm? -- Reflections on the Crisis-driven Regulatory Reforms in Greece -- Urban infrastructure and public services -- Extracting Value from the Public City -- Urban Strategies and the State-market Mix in the Disposal of Municipal Assets -- Who governs? Struggles over Public-landed Property Policy in Berlin under (a not so new) Austerity Regime -- Value Capture as a Tool to Finance Urban Transportation Infrastructure in the Era of Crisis -- From Austerity to Self-organization -- The Changing Landscape of Social Services and Infrastructures in Rome -- Housing crisis -- Changes in Housing and Property under the Austerity Regime in Greece -- Challenges for Movements and the Left -- A New Socio-spatial Order in Crisis-stricken Greece -- The Housing Crisis and the (In)visibility of the New Marginals -- Financialization of Rental Mass Housing in Germany -- Understanding the Transaction Cycles in the Mass Rental Housing Sector 1999â2015 -- Moving to Berlin from the European South -- Post-crisis Mobility Patterns and Uneven Development in the EU -- Geographic Analysis of Evictions in Spain -- Urban conflicts and contestations -- Urban Social Movements in Times of Austerity Politics -- Crisis and the City: Producing Space on Both Sides of the Barricade in Athensâ City Center -- Tales of Crisis from the Walls of Athens -- An Exploration of Urban Austerity through the Cultural Practice of Street Art.Shades of (In)justice -- The Right to the City and the Right to the Housing in SantâElia, Cagliari -- Appendix -- Short bios of all authors -- Imprint.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Cities and towns-Growth.; City planning; Economic development; Financial crises; Urbanization;
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Kay Boyle [electronic resource] : A Twentieth-Century Life in Letters by Boyle, Kay.; Spanier, Sandra.;
Cover; Ttile Page; Copyright; Contents; Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Editorial Note and Abbreviations; Chronology; Prologue: From St. Paul to Paris; 1 Apprenticeship of a Young Modern: Cincinnati, New York, Brittany, Normandy, 1919-1925; 2 The Revolution of the Word: Provence, England, Paris, 1926-1929; 3 Artist en Famille: Villefranche, Vienna, Kitzbühel, Devonshire, Mégève, 1930-1939; 4 In Love and War: Mégève and Vichy France, 1940-1941; 5 The Home Front: New York and the American West, 1941-1945; 6 In the Wake of War: Paris and Occupied Germany, 1946-19527 Cold War Exile: Connecticut, Tehran, San Francisco, 1953-19638 419 Frederick Street: San Francisco, 1964-1979; 9 Speaking Out in Act and in Art: Oregon, Oakland, Mill Valley, 1980-1992; Roster of Correspondents; Selected Kay Boyle Bibliography; Index
Subjects: Electronic books.; Authors, American -- 20th century -- Biography.; Boyle, Kay, -- 1902-1992.; Women authors, American -- Correspondence.;
© 2015., University of Illinois Press,
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August Macke [electronic resource]. by Macke, August.; Cohen, Walter.;
Biography; August Macke; Macke on ""The new Program"" [1914 ]; The Masks by August Macke; Macke's Letters to Franz Marc; Bonn, after 9 December 1910; Bonn, the 2nd day of Christmas, 1910; Bonn, postmarked 24 March 1911; Bonn, postmarked 15 June 1911; Bonn, 1 September 1911; Bonn, before Christmas 1911; Bonn, 8 January 1912; Bonn, 22 January 1912; Bonn, after 23 January 1912; Bonn, 5 Febuary 1912; Bonn, 28 April 1912; Bonn, 14 May 1912; Letter from Bonn [postmarked: 25 May 1912]; Bonn, postmarked 5 JUne 1912; Bonn, 1 July 1912; Bonn, 23 July 1912; Bonn, 19 May 1913Lisbeth to Mary Macke Marc, 11 November 1913IndexAugust Macke (1887-1914) was a master of German Expressionism, a movement which sprang up in the early 1900s with the intent to forego physical reality in search of its emotional counterpart, with a particular emphasis on expressing dark moods of tragedy and angst. Macke was a master of color and form, producing eye-catching canvases that evoke a strong sympathetic reaction in the viewer. He was equally at home portraying the sun drenched streets of Tunisia, the cloudy sky around the Bonn cathedral, and the faceless multitude of a crowded railway station. In this compelling text, Walter Cohen
Subjects: Electronic books.; Artists -- Germany -- Biography.; Macke, August, -- 1887-1914.; Tunisia in art.;
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Keith Haring / by Deitch, Jeffrey,author.; Geiss, Suzanne,(DLC)no2007099105author.; Gruen, Julia,(DLC)nb2008027366author.; Haring, Keith.Works.Selections.(DLC)n 82252982;
Closely based on Haring's own concept for the monograph he wanted to publish before his untimely death, this volume represents more than a decade of research and contains a wealth of unpublished photographic and written material including drawings, studio photographs, and journal entries.Introduction / Julie Gruen -- The public has a right to art / Jeffrey Deitch -- Moving to New York -- School of visual arts -- Nova convention -- Journal : the chunk called poetry, September 1979 -- East Village : meeting Jean-Michel Basquiat and Tseng Kwong Chi -- Cut-up street works -- Club 57 -- Kenny Scharf on Keith Haring -- The "Times Square show" -- Starting to draw again -- Tagging on the street -- The subway drawings, 1980-85 -- Arrested in the subway -- Danceteria and the Mudd Club -- Sharing a studio in Times Square with Kenny Scharf -- Broome Street -- Making the first vase -- Avenue D -- The three-eyed face -- Houston Street mural -- The first tarps -- LA II -- Tony Shafrazi exhibition -- Why the dogs are barking / Jeffrey Deitch -- Antinuclear rally -- Fun gallery -- Break-dancing -- Andy Warhol -- Bill T. Jones and "Into '84 exhibition" at Tony Shafrazi -- Criticism -- Paradise garage -- Party of life -- Australia -- Avenue D candy store -- Grace Jones -- Keith and Andy -- Palladium -- Leo Castelli -- AIDS -- The death of Michael Stewart -- The ten commandments -- Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam -- The pop shop -- Crack is wack -- Citykids -- Berlin Wall -- Death of Warhol -- European projects : Luna Luna, Necker hospital, Knokke casino -- Journal : George Condo, Germany to NYC, March 29, 1987 -- George Condo on his dialogue with Keith Haring -- Carmine Street pool -- Diagnosed with HIV -- Gil Valquez -- Death of Basquiat -- The pop shop Tokyo -- Chicago mural -- Pisa -- Keith Haring : an intimate conversation / David Sheff -- Journal : Montreux, July 7, 1989.et.
Subjects: Haring, Keith; Art, American; Haring, Keith, 1958-1990.; Amerikansk konst;
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New Worlds from Below : Informal life politics and grassroots action in twenty-first-century Northeast Asia. by Morris-Suzuki, Tessa(SAGE)992780; Jeong Soh, Eun.;
List of Figures and Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: Informal Life Politics in Northeast Asia -- Tessa Morris-Suzuki -- Provincialising the State: Symbiotic Nature and Survival Politics in Post-World War Zero Japan -- Sho Konishi -- Social Change and Rediscovering Rural Reconstruction in China -- Ou Ning -- A Century of Social Alternatives in a Japanese Mountain Community -- Tessa Morris-Suzuki -- Transnational Activism and Japan's Second Modernity -- Simon Avenell -- Animism: A Grassroots Response to Socioenvironmental Crisis in Japan -- Shoko Yoneyama -- Informal Labour, Local Citizens and the Tokyo Electric Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Crisis: Responses to Neoliberal Disaster Management -- Adam Broinowski -- National Subjects, Citizens and Refugees: Thoughts on the Politics of Survival, Violence and Mourning following the Sewol Ferry Disaster in South Korea -- Cho (Han) Haejoang -- Thinking of Art as Informal Life Politics in Hong Kong -- Olivier Krischer -- Informal Life Politics of Marketisation in North Korea -- Eun Jeong Soh -- Social Innovation in Asia: Trends and Characteristics in China, Korea, India, Japan and Thailand -- The Hope Institute -- Epilogue -- Tessa Morris-Suzuki -- Author Information -- Figure 1: Schematic image of Bishan community -- Figure 2: The Motai sake festival -- Figure 3: A meeting of the Shinshū Miyamoto School -- Figure 4: The 'Ishimure Michiko Phenomenon': Ishimure Michiko in the mainstream media (1970-2014) -- Figure 5: A small village shrine stands intact in the area completely devastated by the tsunami including the tide-water control forest. The coastal area of Wakabayashi Ward in Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture -- Figure 6: 'Too Many. Too Many and Too Young' -- Figure 7: Farewell. Farewell.Figure 8: Exhibition view from 'Global Activism', at ZKM Centre for Art and Media, Germany, February 2014. Detail of an artwork by Mark Wallinger, comprising a reconstruction of a 'peace camp' in London's Parliament Square, where activist Brian Haw lived -- Figure 9: An event at Wooferten in September 2013 -- Figure 10: Installation view of Ichimura Misako's 'Homeless Artist' exhibition at Wooferten, August 2011. The slogan on the wall reads 'Hands of Miyashita Park!', referring to the ultimately unsuccessful protests by Ichimura and colleagues to save Tokyo's -- Figure 11: Performance still of the 'Back to 6.7.89 Pitt Street Riot - Rolling Theatre of Tiananmen Massacre', staged in Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong, on 31 May and 7 June 2014. -- Figure 12: Hyesan Market, 22 July 2015 -- Table 1: ANIS Annual Meetings from 2009 to 2013 -- Table 2: Field visits by Hope research team -- Figure 13: Keyword cloud of social innovation -- Figure 14: Two-step categorisation of keywords and themes of social Innovation in Asia.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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A Reluctant Spy. by Caldwell, Miller.;
Intro -- Title Page -- Dedication -- Epigraph -- Contents -- About the author -- Foreword -- Preface -- Chapter 1: The Funeral -- Chapter 2: The Letter -- Chapter 3: The Gestapo demands -- Chapter 4: The Voyage Home -- Chapter 5: Confrontation -- Chapter 6: German agents provide a Delphin 7 secret radio -- Chapter 7: A Dying Secret -- Chapter 8: Handel. German or English? -- Chapter 9: Return to Germany -- Chapter 10: Meeting Reinhart Heydrich -- Chapter 11: Otto finds the award -- Chapter 12: Baden-Baden - the spy training school -- Chapter 13: A pupil of the dark arts -- Chapter 14: Cape Carvoeiro -- Chapter 15: Meeting villagers - sending co-ordinates -- Chapter 16: Death in the Atlantic -- Chapter 17: Hilda drowns -- Chapter 18: The flight to Northolt -- Chapter 19: Forgiveness -- Chapter 20: London and a celebration -- Chapter 21: A gruelling interview and a new assignment -- Chapter 22: A chance meeting at Bletchley -- Chapter 23: Preparing to return to Hamburg -- Chapter 24: Hilda returns to Hamburg -- Chapter 25: Death, devastation and sorrow -- Chapter 26: Romance -- Chapter 27: Engaged -- Chapter 28: The Nuremberg Trial -- Chapter 29: Death and New Life -- Chapter 30: The Wedding -- Press cutting of Vera's escape from Germany in August 1914 -- Postscript -- Letter from Hilda -- Stamps and Embassy envelope -- The gazebo in the grounds of the hotel where Hilda received instructions and a short-wave Delphin 7 secret radio -- The Bunchrew House Hotel -- The German Eagle Silver Civilian Medal -- Hitler's plans to invade northern Scotland in 1940 -- Hilda's oboe -- Acknowledgements -- Other books by Miller Caldwell -- Copyright.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Four Homeless Millionaires. by Leaf, Rik.;
Cover -- Title Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Canada -- A Whirlwind of EpicNose-Plowing Proportions -- The Sacrilegious Spirit In The Embryonic Soup -- The Most Realistic People On the Planet -- Holy S#*! Babe! That's Messed Up -- Reduced to a Puddle of Blubbering Tears -- God, Guns & Glory -- Anti-Social Middle Aged Basement Dwellers -- Candy-Coated Duvet Covers and Kool-Aid Waterslides -- Sounds from Deep Within an Esophagus -- Cujo-Meets-The-Blair-Witch -- HaWaii -- The Calm Behind a Medicated Exterior -- Man-Eating Mandibles and Surly Dispositions -- Über Conservative Christians, Mormons & Mermaids -- malaysia -- Rock Star Swagger With Cock-On-The-Block Pizzazz -- The Host of Heaven Laughing Their Asses Off -- A Shifty Musician With aWonky Astigmatism -- The Demonic Roar of Genetically Modified Vocal Chords -- ausTralia -- Horror Porn For Overactive Imaginations -- Barrel-Assing Into the Pit of Hell -- The Only Thing a Loving Father Could Do -- Horror Picture People -- A 12-Foot Tall Naked Hairy Man -- A Metallic Gunshot As Stars Explode In My Eyes -- Swarthy Swashbucklers and Nautical Hazing Rituals -- neW zealand -- Defense of Persecuted Penguin Retinas -- It Might Not Be Art But It Sure is Creative -- Last Night I Paid 50.00 For Sex -- Giggles, Guffaws and FruityTears of Mirth -- An Agonizing Belly Crawl of Pain and Shame -- A Psychosomatic Figment of the Collective Imagination -- iTaly/franCe -- A Pint-Sized Grim Reaper & a Weird Ass Creepfest -- A Glorious Array of Magnificent Fermentation -- Tour De Franco -- Italian Stallions at a Caffeine Rodeo -- In the Name of God and the Holy Church -- The Bee's Knees is Now the Cat's Ass -- denmark/sWeden -- Embryonic Building Blocks & Lego Genetics -- The Scandinavian Centipede is Closer Than It Appears -- The Rampage of Tintin the Terrible -- sWiTzerland/germany.One Man's Coffee Break is Another Woman's Vagina -- A Callous Cad & a Brood of Dirty-Faced Street Urchins -- england -- Carpet Bombing Brighton's Downtown -- The Richest People In the World -- Teeth, Talons & Cuddly Balls of Fluff -- Dark Clouds & Silver Linings -- Canada -- Digging Deep, Down the Homeless Stretch -- Copyright.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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