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Beaton but unbowed : an autobiography

Biography & Autobiography

Author - Norman Beaton
Publisher -
Pages - 253

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The Vision of a Nation : Making Multiculturalism on British Television, 1960-80

Social Science

Author - G. Schaffer
Publisher - Springer
Pages - 299
ISBN - 1137314885

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Detail - Telling the stories behind television's approaches to race relations, multiculturalism and immigration in the 'Golden Age' of British television, the book focuses on the 1960s and 1970s and argues that the makers of television worked tirelessly to shape multiculturalism and undermine racist extremism.

Companion to Contemporary Black British Culture :


Author - Alison Donnell
Publisher - Routledge
Pages - 384
ISBN - 1134700253

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Detail - The Companion to Contemporary Black British Culture is the first comprehensive reference book to provide multidisciplinary coverage of the field of black cultural production in Britain. The publication is of particular value because despite attracting growing academic interest in recent years, this field is still often subject to critical and institutional neglect. For the purpose of the Companion, the term 'black' is used to signify African, Caribbean and South Asian ethnicities, while at the same time addressing the debates concerning notions of black Britishness and cultural identity. This single volume Companion covers seven intersecting areas of black British cultural production since 1970: writing, music, visual and plastic arts, performance works, film and cinema, fashion and design, and intellectual life. With entries on distinguished practitioners, key intellectuals, seminal organizations and concepts, as well as popular cultural forms and local activities, the Companion is packed with information and suggestions for further reading, as well as offering a wide lens on the events and issues that have shaped the cultural interactions and productions of black Britain over the last thirty years. With a range of specialist advisors and contributors, this work promises to be an invaluable sourcebook for students, researchers and academics interested in exploring the diverse, complex and exciting field of black cultural forms in postcolonial Britain.

Continuum Companion to Twentieth Century Theatre :

Social Science

Author - Colin Chambers
Publisher - A&C Black
Pages - 896
ISBN - 1847140017

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Detail - International in scope, this book is designed to be the pre-eminent reference work on the English-speaking theatre in the twentieth century. Arranged alphabetically, it consists of some 2500 entries written by 280 contributors from 20 countries which include not only top-level experts, but, uniquely, leading professionals from the world of theatre. A fascinating resource for anyone interested in theatre, it includes: - Overviews of major concepts, topics and issues; - Surveys of theatre institutions, countries, and genres; - Biographical entries on key performers, playwrights, directors, designers, choreographers and composers; - Articles by leading professionals on crafts, skills and disciplines including acting, design, directing, lighting, sound and voice.

Encyclopedia of Television :

Language Arts & Disciplines

Author - Horace Newcomb
Publisher - Routledge
Pages - 2800
ISBN - 1135194793

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Detail - The Encyclopedia of Television, second edtion is the first major reference work to provide description, history, analysis, and information on more than 1100 subjects related to television in its international context. For a full list of entries, contributors, and more, visit the Encyclo pedia of Television, 2nd edition website.

British Film Culture in the 1970s :

Performing Arts

Author - Sue Harper
Publisher - Edinburgh University Press
Pages - 336
ISBN - 0748654283

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Detail - This volume draws a map of British film culture in the 1970s and provides a wide-ranging history of the period.

Sharing the Journey : Women Reflecting on Life's Passages from the Pages of Victoria Magazine

Biography & Autobiography

Author - Katherine Ball Ross
Publisher - Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Pages - 309
ISBN - 9781402746826

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Detail - A timeless collection of memoirs, culled from the pages of Victoria magazine, by some of the finest women writers around. Such distinguished authors as Diane Ackerman, Jane Howard, Perri Klass, Madeleine L’Engle, Susan Minot, Francine Prose, Carol Shields, and Jane Smiley have contributed to these pages—and their emotionally rich, lovingly crafted essays embrace all phases of a woman’s life, as well as literature and the process of writing itself. The topics so insightfully and often poignantly explored include childhood, motherhood, solitude, rituals, home, sisters, and remembering the past. From Phyllis Theroux’s memories of her convent education to Susan Schneider’s thoughts on living in “A Gently Haunted House,” each piece will touch your heart, mind, and soul.