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xii, 304 pages ; 24 cm
  • Preface
  • Against exercise
  • Afternoon of the sex children
  • On food
  • Octomom and the market in babies
  • The concept of experience (the meaning of life, part I)
  • Radiohead, or the philosophy of pop
  • Punk: the right kind of pain
  • Learning to rap
  • Gut-level legislation, or redistribution (the meaning of life, part II)
  • The reality of reality television
  • Wetube
  • What was the hipster?
  • Anaesthetic ideology (the meaning of life, part III)
  • Mogadishu, Baghdad, Troy, or heroes without war
  • Seeing through police
  • Thoreau trailer park (the meaning of life, part IV).
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
157 pages : maps ; 21 cm
  • L'Encyclopédie est-elle perfectible -- L'Encyclopédie au quotidien : incidences du réel, échos d'une tâche ingrate dans la correspondance de Diderot -- La morale : l'Arlésienne de l'Encyclopédie ? -- La fin de l'Encyclopédie, c'est sa fin -- L'Encyclopédie est-elle une promesse -- Le projet de vocabulaire russe de Diderot -- Les traductions de l'Encyclopédie : Pin(ter)compréhension manquée ?
"Pourquoi 250 ans après, ouvrir l'Encyclopédie ? Parce que la société de gens de lettres qui lui a donné vie a répondu de manière exemplaire à une question qui est encore la nôtre au XXIe siècle, à savoir comment l'homme peut-il lutter contre les formes d'oppression et de terreur qui l'enserrent voire l'anéantissent ? Aujourd'hui, la confusion du politique et du religieux est d'une sinistre actualité par la montée en puissance d'un prétendu État islamique, ou de "Républiques religieuses" qui sont, en réalité, de véritables théocraties et dans l'essor de mouvements fondamentalistes y compris dans les pays démocratiques. Or le combat des encyclopédistes, leur analyse critique de la superstition, du fanatisme et des formes d'intolérance en général peut nous aider à fourbir nos propres armes de résistance à toutes les formes d'intégrisme, pour écraser ce que Voltaire et les encyclopédistes appelaient "l'infâme" et que nous appelons la barbarie criminelle."--Page 4 of cover.
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x, 337 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xi, 80 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
  • Chapter one. Introduction
  • Chapter two. Welcomes ; Editor's Note
  • Chapter three. Session One: The Changing Terrorist Threat and America's Evolving Response
  • Opening Remarks / by Brian Michael Jenkins
  • Discussion / led by General Yishal Beer
  • Chapter four. Session Two: Distinctions in Asymmetric Warfare
  • Opening Remarks / by Amichay Ayalon
  • Discussion / led by Andrew Liepman
  • Chapter five. Session Three: RAND Research on Counterinsurgency and Counterterrorism
  • Opening Remarks / by Colin Clarke, Patrick Johnston, Rick Brennan, Eric Larson, and David Johnson
  • Discussion
  • Chapter six. Session Four: From Warfare to Imagefare
  • Opening Remarks / by Moran Yarchi
  • Discussion / led by Todd Helmus
  • Chapter seven. Session Five: Lawfare
  • Opening Remarks / by Eli Bahar
  • Discussion / led by George Jameson
  • Chapter eight. Session Six: Political and Diplomatic Dimensions of Conflict
  • Lessons from Around the Globe
  • Opening Remarks / by James Dobbins and Rick Brennan
  • Discussion / led by Amichay Ayalon
  • Chapter nine. Session Seven: A Review of the Initial Findings with Invited Guests
  • Discussion / led by Amichay Ayalon and Brian Michael Jenkins
  • Chapter ten. Session Eight: Next Steps
  • Afterword
  • Appendixes. A. Participant biographies ; B. Workshop agenda.
"These proceedings summarize a workshop that researchers from the Israel Democracy Institute and RAND attended. The workshop is part of a collaborative effort aimed at developing new strategies to cope with asymmetric conflict in all its dimensions, including military operations, human rights and the role of law as it affects conflict, media, public opinion and political warfare, international diplomacy, the internal politics that come with democracy, and the preservation of civil liberties. The objective of this effort is to create an analytical framework, doctrines, and strategies that will enable democracies to effectively defend themselves against asymmetric threats while maintaining their commitment to democratic principles and humanitarian values. The proceedings presented here summarize two days of discussion that underscored the wide range and complexity of on- and--increasingly--off-the-battlefield issues that are part of contemporary conflict, the necessity of candid dialogue rather than the defense of established positions, and the objective of formulating the right questions instead of jumping to conventional answers. Underlying the discussions at the workshop was a sense of frustration that military superiority, even military success, no longer counts as it did in past conflicts. This was accompanied by a healthy humility about being able to find the correct formulas for success and concern that asymmetric conflicts are having a pernicious effect on the democracies being defended, luring them toward increasingly oppressive measures."--Back cover.
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311 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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xiv, 370 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
  • Introduction-- Part I. The Logic of Corruption, Crime, and Terrorism: 1. Crime and corruption behind the mass attacks-- 2. Corruption: an incubator of organized crime and terrorism-- 3. The evolution of organized crime and terrorism-- 4. Environments, networks, and pipelines-- Part II. The Diverse Businesses of Terrorism: 5. The business of terrorism and the criminal financing of terrorism-- 6. The drug trade-- 7. The less policed illicit trade: antiquities, counterfeits, and diverted products-- 8. Ultimate fears - WMD and crime-terror connections-- Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107689305 20160616
The entangled threat of crime, corruption, and terrorism now deserves high-level policy attention because of its growth trajectory. Using lively case studies, this book analyzes the transformation of crime and terrorism and the business logic of terrorism. Louise I. Shelley concludes that corruption, crime, and terrorism will remain important security challenges in the twenty-first century as a result of economic and demographic inequalities in the world, the rise of ethnic and sectarian violence, climate change, the growth of technology, and the failure of nineteenth- and twentieth-century institutions to respond to these challenges when they emerged.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107689305 20160616
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xxvi, 279 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Table of Contents List of Illustrations Foreword Preface Introduction Chapter One: The New Museology Chapter Two: Framing a Changing Museology in the Digital Age Place/ Space/ Experience Community: To Be, or Not To Be Culture Matters to Society Technology and its Implications Chapter Three: Indianapolis Museum of Art Place + Localized Culture The Museum and its Community The Role of Digital Technology Lessons Learned Chapter Four: Walker Art Center Place + Localized Culture The Museum and its Community The Role of Digital Technology Lessons Learned Chapter Five: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Place + Localized Culture The Museum and its Community The Role of Digital Technology Lessons Learned Chapter Six: Museum of Modern Art Place + Localized Culture The Museum and its Community The Role of Digital Technology Lessons Learned Chapter Seven: Brooklyn Museum Place + Localized Culture The Museum and its Community The Role of Digital Technology Lessons Learned Chapter Eight: Greater Than Five Supporting Place, Community, and Culture in the Digital Age Greater Than Five Marking Place: The Los Angeles County Museum of Art Chapter Nine: A Balancing Act Conclusion Appendices Appendix A: Methodology Appendix B: Interviews Bibliography.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780759124127 20160613
Museums in the Digital Age: Changing Meanings of Place, Community, and Culture showcases how the use of technology in museums should be understood as factors directly related to the museums' notion of community, local culture, and place, whether these places are in mid-America, urban metropolises, or ethnically diverse and underserved communities. Here, museum expert Susana Smith Bautista brings more than twenty years of experience in cultural institutes in Los Angeles, New York, and Greece to propose a social understanding of why museums should be adopting technology, and how it should be adapted based on their particular missions, communities, and places. This book is timely because we are in the midst of the digital age, which is rapidly changing due to rapidly changing developments in technology and society as well, with social adaptations of technology. Theory is always racing to catch up with practice in the digital age, but theory remains a critical - and often neglected - component to accompany the practical application of technology in museums. In order to illustrate these points, the book presents five case studies of the most technologically advanced art museums in the United States today: *The Indianapolis Museum of Art *The Walker Art Center *The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art *The Museum of Modern Art *The Brooklyn Museum Each case study ends with a Lessons Learned section to bring these points home. While the case studies focus on museums in the United States, and also on art museums, this book is relevant to all types of museums and to museums all over the world, as they equally face the challenge of incorporating technology into their institutions. Although these case studies are all well-established and well-endowed museums, Bautista reveals valuable insight into the difficulties they face and the questions they are asking which are relevant to even the smallest museum or community cultural center.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780759124127 20160613
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120 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
144 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
  • Tradition und Erneuerung : Eröffnung der Jahrestagung / Herbert Hörz / Akademische und außerakademische Forschung : Einführende Bemerkungen / Hubert Laitko / Der "Bund von Wissenschaft und Kapitalismus" : die Kaiser-Wilhelm- Gesellschaft zwischen Universität, Akademie und Industrie / Bernhard vom Brocke / Materialforschung, Farbmetrik, Qualitätskontrolle : Industrie- und Hochschulforschung im Kontext : ein Fallbeispiel / Renate Tobies / Der Übergang der Kaiser-Wilhelm- auf die Max-Planck-Gesellschaft : mit einem Ausblick auf die Gegenwart / Eckart Henning / Die Wissenschaftsakademie der DDR zwischen wissenschaftlicher Autonomie und gesellschaftlichen Forderungen / Herbert Hörz / Diskussionsbeitrag zum Vortrag von Herbert Hörz / Ulrich Hofmann / Zur Internationalisierung geistes- und sozialwissenschaftlicher Forschung im 20.Jh : das Beispiel Deutschland und Frankreich / Dorothee Röseberg / Kooperationshemmnisse und Kooperationszuträglichkeiten : Gegenwart und Zukunft des Verhältnisses von Universitäten und außeruniversitären Forschungseinrichtungen in Deutschland / Peer Pasternack / Der europäische Forschungsraum Era : Statement / Hermann Grimmeiss / Autoren.
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20 pages ; 24 cm
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xi, 304 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction -- 1. Liberal Internationalism -- 2. Resilient Liberal International Practices -- 3. Liberal Imaginations: Transformative Logics of Liberal Order -- 4. Grand Days, Dark Palaces: The Contradictions of Liberal Ordering -- 5. Liberal World Orders, Reciprocal and Hierarchic -- 6. 'The fear of universal monarchy': Balance of Power as an Ordering Practice of Liberty -- 7. Imperialism and Anti-Imperialism in Eurocentric Liberal International Theory -- 8. Liberal Quotidian Practices of World Ordering -- 9. Theoretical Foundations of Liberal Order -- 10. Democracy Promotion as a Practice of Liberal World Order -- 11. States of Empire: Liberal Ordering and Imperial Relations -- 12. Internationalism and Interventionism -- 13. Liberal International Order.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780197265529 20160612
Liberal World Order is seen by many as either a fading international order in response to declining American hegemony, or as a failing international order riddled with internal tensions and contradictions. Either way, liberal world order is assumed to be in crisis. The contributors to Liberal World Orders do not reject the argument that liberal order is in crisis. Instead they contend that the crisis is primarily one of authority. This has been compounded by the relative lack of historical context supplied by liberal theorists of 'the international'. By not looking further than the 20th century, the field has ignored moments when similar tensions and contradictions have been evident. The authors question the way in which the debate about liberalism has been conducted. Against the theoreticians it is proposed that liberalism has suffered from being too closely tied to the quest for scientific authenticity, resulting in a theoretical perspective with little or no commitment to political values and political vision. By reformulating the classical liberalism of Kant, Paine, and Mill into neo-liberalism, liberalism lost its critical and normative potential. Against the policy-makers it is proposed that the practices of liberal ordering are resilient enough to prove durable despite the relative decline in the power and authority of liberal states. Just as cooperative practices between states predated liberalism, aspects of world order today which evolved during the high point of liberal internationalism may succeed in outliving liberalism.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780197265529 20160612
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12. Museumsdörfer [2013]

64 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), maps ; 23 cm.
  • Zur Idee der Freilichtmuseen / Ulrike Vitovec
  • Freilichtmuseen in Österreich / Monika Brunner-Gaurek
  • Die Aufgaben eines Freilichtmuseums am Beispiel des Museumsdorfs Niedersulz / Veronika Plöckinger- Walenta
  • Der Weinviertier Längsstadel : zwischen landwirtschaftlicher Nutzung und musealer Präsentation / Bettina Withalm
  • Grünräume im Museumsdorf Niedersulz und ihr Beitrag zur aktuellen Landentwicklung / Wolfgang Müllebner
  • Archäologische Dörfer in Niederösterreich / Ernst Lauermann
  • "Gott segne dieses Haus und die da gingen ein und aus!" : Bewohnerinnen und Bewohner von Museumsdorfhäusern / Marianne Messerer
  • Die Sakralsammlung Prof. Josef Geissler im Pfarrhof Niedersulz / Wolfgang Huber
  • Lebendiges Museumsdorf Niedersulz - Neuerungen im Bereich Vermittlung und Besucherservice / Veronika Plöckinger- Walenta
  • Wenn Häuser umziehen / Margit Kohlert
  • Museumsdörfer und Freilichtmuseen in Niederösterreich
  • Restaurierbeispiel
  • Die Goldhaubensammlung im Krahuletz-Museum in Eggenburg / Barbara Eisenhardt
  • Blick über die Grenzen Denkmalpflege International
  • Das Skansen in Stockholm, ein Freilichtmuseum mit Geschichte / Patrick Schicht
  • Aktuelles aus der Denkmalpflege in Niederösterreich
  • Mag. Dr. Hermann Fuchsberger : neuer Landeskonservator für Niederösterreich
  • Die Weinviertier Kellergassen / Christian Kalch
  • Kellergasse des Jahres 2013
  • Ausstellungsempfehlungen
  • 24. Internationaler IIC Kongress in Wien und Klosterneuburg / Gabriela Krist, Martina Grießer-Stermscheg, Maria Gruber
  • Ausgewählte Fachliteratur
  • Buchbesprechung / Wolfgang Czerny
  • Buchempfehlungen.
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268 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xvii, 167 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 26 cm.
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2 v. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 33 cm.
  • [1] India fantastique. Fashion / photographs by Ram Shergill
  • [2] India fantastique. Interiors / photographs by Deidi von Schaewen.
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326 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Arsebestos (2012)
  • Slashdot interview (2004)
  • Metaphysics in the Royal Society 1715-2010 (2010)
  • It's all geek to me (2007)
  • Turn on, tune in, veg out (2006)
  • Gresham college lecture (2008)
  • Spew (1994)
  • In the kingdom of Mao Bell (selected excerpts) (1994)
  • Under-Constable Proudfoot (2012)
  • Mother Earth, mother board (1996)
  • The Salon interview (2004)
  • Blind secularism (1993)
  • Time magazine article about Anathem (2012)
  • Everything and more foreword (2003)
  • The great simoleon caper (1995)
  • Locked in (2011)
  • Innovation starvation (2011)
  • Why I am a bad correspondent (1998).
"A collection of essays from #1 New York Times bestselling author Neal Stephenson"-- Provided by publisher.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
568 p. : ill., ports. ; 23 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)

18. Tenemos que hablar [2011]

298 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.
  • A los niños perdidos / Adam Jorquera
  • Past / Dan Perjovschi
  • El arte de esfumarse : crisis e implosión e la cultura consensual en España / Amador Fernández-Savater
  • Freddie / Alberto González Vázquez
  • La lógica borrosa : una conversación con Antonio Rodríguez de las Heras
  • Combate / Zoé T. Vizcaino
  • ¿Y si dejáramos de ser ciudadanos? : manifiesto por la desocupación del orden / Santiago López Petit
  • Capitalism / Dan Perjovschi
  • "Yo también fiu cajero en ese supermercado" : comunicación y libertad / Juan Carlos de Laiglesia
  • Palacio real / Alberto González Vázquez
  • Los DosMiles / Galatus & Grace Moreales
  • [Untitled] / Juan Ugaldi
  • ¡Hola! ¿Qué tal? : taller de lo desmedido / Julio Jara
  • El estado de malestar : una conversación con Guillermo Rendueles
  • Ramona / Juan Cavestany
  • Déjenmen en manos del azar, porque el dest-- quiere enviarle el archivo "IMGP0013.JPG" (2038Kb) : ¿quiere aceptar (Ctrl+ T) o rechazar (Ctrl+ D) la invitación? / Amparo Lasén
  • La danza de los espejos : identidad y flujo fotográficos en internet / Joan Fontcuberta
  • Arte o consecuencias / Manuel Saiz
  • La tendencia del amor a disiparse : sobre la utopía emocional del amor romántico / Coral Herrera Gómez
  • To the one I love / Chino Moya
  • Corrígeme si acierto / Ajo & Edi Jiwnani
  • Fingirnos perfectos / Julián Rodríguez
  • [Untitled] / David Bestué
  • Inspiración / Alberto González Vázquez
  • La renta básica : ¿hacia un nuevo contrato social? / Fernando Casani y Fidel Moreno
  • I'm dead / David Shrigley
  • You are not lost / Ignacio Andreu
  • Todos los objectos inútiles en nuestras manos / Patricio Pron
  • Fear / Antoni Muntadas
  • ¿Esto lo arreglamos entre todos? : una conversación con Guillermo de la Dehesa
  • Robo en sistema cerrado / Jonathan Millán y Miguel Noguera
  • 280 euros / Fidel Moreno
  • [Untitled] / Lilli Hartmann
  • Un niño que duerme a nustro lado / Marcos Giralt Torrente
  • Yellow Streak and friends annual / by Daniel Clowes, 5 pag. adaptation by Antonio Gagliano
  • Mai fílings béibeh (chunáit) / Fernández y Fernández
  • Artland / Curro González
  • 26 preguntas al arte
  • [Unititled] / Miki Leal
  • Y Rafael Agredano le contestó / Rafael Agredano
  • [Untitled] / Dan Perjovischi
  • ¿Hay vida fuera de la institución? : una conversación con Gérard Mortier y Manuel Borja-Villel
  • The mass panoptic / Efrén Álvarez
  • The source of all good / Efrén Álvarez
  • El milagro de plástico / Paco Bezerra
  • [Untitled] / Juan Pérez Agirregoikoa
  • Retrociencia ficción
  • No speed limit any more / David Shrigley
  • El porno feroz : la misoginia como espectáculo / Gabriel Núñez Hervás
  • [Untitled] / Jorge Barbi
  • Todo lo que (ya) sabíamos hace quince años / José Luis Gallero
  • [Untitled] / David Shrigley
  • [Untitled] / Sophie Whettnal
  • El fin de todo esto / Bruno Galindo
  • 2011 (no importa) / Guillermo Paneque
  • Sumario.
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19. Depois do inverno [2010]

156 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
"After the Winter" comprises images captured Joo Musa between 2005 and 2009 of diverse cities in Brazil and other cities: Paris, Avignon, Nova Iorque, Rio de Janeiro, Paraty, Sao Paulo, Ribeirao Preto, amongst others. This experimented photographer visits again some places he visited before in the 1970's during his first trip to Europe when he was a young student of engineering and that then resulted in a book "Um Inverno" (A Winter), also published by Edusp. This second book establishes interesting comparisons between time. Regarding the photographs, Luiz Armando Bagolin in his essay comments that "This intense experimentation with light and color along with a rigorous edition moves away from advertising photography and what is hastily declared, sometimes, as "artistic""
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xi, 309 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • 1. Incongruities, Ironies and Achievements: India's Tryst with Modernity -- 2. Growing Regional Variation: Demographic Change and its Implications -- 3. Costly Absences, Coercive Presences: Health Care in Rural North India -- 4. Economic Resurgence, Lopsided Reform and Jobless Growth -- 5. The Blind Side of Globalization: Auditing Merchant Producers in India's Export Sector -- 6. Unequal Opportunities: Class, Caste and Social Mobility -- 7. The Die is Cast(e): The Debate on Backward Caste/Class Quotas, 1990 and 2006 -- 8. . The Rise of Caste Politics: Party System Change and Voter Realignment, 1962- 2004 -- 9. Understanding Popular Politics: Caste, Kinship and Factionalism among Yadavs in North India -- 10. A Left Front Election -- 11. The Challenge of Representing the Complex Reality of India.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780197264515 20160604
India's society, economy, and polity have been transformed at a gathering pace since the early 1990s, and India's growing role on the world stage makes it imperative to understand the roots and consequences of these changes. The 11 papers in this interdisciplinary volume review the growing body of data that help to make sense of these changes and to understand their likely significance. The volume provides systematic, macro-level studies of economic, demographic, social, and political change in India but also micro-level analyses of the detailed mechanisms 'on the ground' of how Indian society is being re-shaped. This rare combination of micro- and macro-level analyses thus gives a rounded picture not only of national trends but also of the underlying processes of change. Each of the papers, by leading authorities in each field, showcases the fruits of new, previously unpublished scholarship across the social sciences. For example, Oliver Heath and Yogendra Yadav's paper draws on the remarkable series of election studies from 1967 to 2004 to offer an original picture and analysis of electoral change as India moved from its post-indep to understanding the processes of change and diversity in modern India.endence period of Congress dominance to its contemporary much more diverse structure. By contrast, the paper by Patricia and Roger Jeffery draws upon intensive village-level fieldwork conducted across 25 years when social welfare services have been transformed under globalising and liberalising pressures. By bringing together such contrasting kinds of social science studies, the volume will be a major new contribution to understanding the processes of change and diversity in modern India.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780197264515 20160604
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