Heart of the Home

Author: Susan Branch
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780996044035
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Revised and expanded edition of Susan Branch's first illustrated cookbook published in 1986.

2019 Gooseberry Patch Wall Calendar

Author: Gooseberry Patch
Publisher: Gooseberry Patch
ISBN: 9781620932728
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Twelve beautiful months of watercolor artwork and recipes. Tips and helpful hints are sprinkled throughout!

Needle Felted Tapestries

Author: Neysa Russo
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 081176477X
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From simple mug rugs to Renaissance-style tapestry wall hangings, 16 charming projects lead fiber lovers on a journey to discover the art of needle felting. Felt artist Neysa Russo shares her years of experience with felt and felt design so that you can confidently create your own felted masterpiece.

150 Recipes in a 13x9 Pan

Author: Gooseberry Patch
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1620932318
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13 x 9...the pan that can! Whether it's aluminum or steel, glass or ceramic, chances are you find yourself reaching for your favorite 13 x 9 pan all the time. Family meals don't get any easier than one-dish dinners like beefy bean & biscuit bake, black bean & rice enchiladas and chicken & asparagus. Just turn on the oven and call 'em in to dinner! In the morning, wake everyone up for overnight French toast or a hearty breakfast egg bake. This versatile pan is potluck-perfect too, so get ready for compliments. Just bake, cover it and carry in, filled with meatball sub casserole or ham & Swiss cheese rolls. Your favorite pan excels at desserts too, like cherry-pecan bread pudding, butterscotch picnic cake and cookies & cream brownies. The only hard part is choosing just one of our tried & true recipes. So, grab that pan, put on your apron and let's get cooking!

Hannah Arendt and the Fragility of Human Dignity

Author: John Douglas Macready
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 1498554903
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Professor John Douglas Macready offers a post-foundational account of human dignity by way of a reconstructive reading of Hannah Arendt. He argues that Arendt’s experience of political violence and genocide in the twentieth century, as well as her experience as a stateless person, led her to rethink human dignity as an intersubjective event of political experience. By tracing the contours of Arendt’s thoughts on human dignity, Professor Macready offers convincing evidence that Arendt was engaged in retrieving the political experience that gave rise to the concept of human dignity in order to move beyond the traditional accounts of human dignity that relied principally on the status and stature of human beings. This allowed Arendt to retrofit the concept for a new political landscape and reconceive human dignity in terms of stance—how human beings stand in relationship to one another. Professor Macready elucidates Arendt’s latent political ontology as a resource for developing strictly political account of human dignity hat he calls conditional dignity—the view that human dignity is dependent on political action, namely, the preservation and expression of dignity by the person, and/or the recognition by the political community. He argues that it is precisely this “right” to have a place in the world—the right to belong to a political community and never to be reduced to the status of stateless animality—that indicates the political meaning of human dignity in Arendt’s political philosophy.

Van Gogh among the Philosophers

Author: David P. Nichols
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 1498531369
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This volume brings Continental philosophical interpretations of Van Gogh into dialogue with one another to explore how for Van Gogh, art places human beings in their world, and yet in other ways displaces them, not allowing them to belong to that world.

My Favorite Recipes

Author: Gooseberry Patch
Publisher: Gooseberry Patch
ISBN: 9781933494111
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Room for your favorite recipes! Write in your family recipes and keep them all in one handy place with our clever blank cookbook recipe organizer. My Favorite Recipe Organizer Cookbook is organized into 10 chapters from breakfasts to desserts, there's room to write or attach a recipe to each page.

Reframing the Reclaiming of Urban Space

Author: Megan E. Heim LaFrombois
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 1498548709
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In Reframing the Reclaiming of Urban Space: A Feminist Exploration into Do-It-Yourself Urbanism in Chicago, Megan E. Heim LaFrombois explores the concept of do-it-yourself (DIY) urbanism from an intersectional, feminist, analytical framework. Interventions based on DIY urbanism are small-scale and place-specific and focus on urban spaces which can be reclaimed and repurposed, often outside of formal urban planning institutions. Heim LaFrombois examines the discourses and processes surrounding the institutionalized and embedded nature of DIY urbanism. She weaves together sites and sources to reveal the ways in which DIY urbanists make sense of their participation and experiences with DIY urbanism and with the broader political, social, and economic contexts and spaces in which these activities take place. Her research findings contribute to and build on current research that illustrates the importance of gender, race, class, and sexuality to cities, local politics, urban planning initiatives, and the development of communities.

Men s Rights Gender and Social Media

Author: Christa Hodapp
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1498526179
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This work examines the contemporary men’s rights movement (MRM), a mainly online movement that claims men are oppressed by gender norms, women, and feminism. While some feminists and other progressives have dismissed the movement as simple misogyny, this book argues that the MRM expresses a growing cultural trend in male anger and frustration, and is an extreme manifestation of what has been previously referred to as a “masculinity crisis.” In order to assess the implications of the MRM for gender politics, this book explores the movement politically, investigating the ways in which online communication and media outlets have impacted contemporary meanings of identity, gender, language, and political engagement. Furthermore, a discussion of various issues promoted by the MRM, such as parenting, divorce, employment, and violence, provide deeper insights into the issues surrounding masculinity and gender politics in current sociopolitical contexts.

The Stuff of Family Life

Author: Michelle Janning
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442254807
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Does putting your phone on the dinner table impact your relationships? How does the TV placement in your home affect your family? The Stuff of Family Life looks at the changing world of families through a unique examination of their stuff. The book takes readers through phases of family life, examining our choices about spaces and objects.