Author: Evelina Zuni Lucero
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
Cecelia Bluespruce, a successful Native American artist, must come to terms with her past when her grown son wants to learn more about his father, an activist who has been in prison for twenty years.
Author: Jennifer McClinton-Temple,Alan Velie
Publisher: Infobase Learning
Category: LITERARY CRITICISM
Presents an encyclopedia of American Indian literature in an alphabetical format listing authors and their works.
People of Cahokia
Author: W. Michael Gear,Kathleen O'Neal Gear
Award-winning archaeologists and New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O'Neal Gear begin the stunning saga of the North American equivalent of ancient Rome in People of the Morning Star. The city of Cahokia, at its height, covered more than six square miles around what is now St. Louis and included structures more than ten stories high. Cahokian warriors and traders roamed from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico. What force on earth would motivate hundreds of thousands of people to pick up, move hundreds of miles, and once plopped down amidst a polyglot of strangers, build an incredible city? A religious miracle: the Cahokians believed that the divine hero Morning Star had been resurrected in the flesh. But not all is fine and stable in glorious Cahokia. To the astonishment of the ruling clan, an attempt is made on the living god's life. Now it is up to Morning Star's aunt, Matron Blue Heron, to keep it quiet until she can uncover the plot and bring the culprits to justice. If she fails, Cahokia will be torn asunder in warfare, rage, and blood as civil war consumes them all. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
A Polytheistic Theology
Author: Jordan Paper
Publisher: SUNY Press
Provides a theology of polytheism—the belief in many deities—using examples from a wide range of world religions.
A Falcon Field Guide
Author: Nicholas Nigro
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
This is the ultimate illustrated guide to the most spectacular objects in the night sky.
From Planets and Satellites to Meteors and Constellations, Your Guide to Stargazing
Author: Dean Regas
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
A handy field guide for the optimum stargazing experience, whether you’re travelling, camping, or in your own backyard! The night sky is full of amazing things to see, from shooting stars and constellations, to planets and satellites, but it can be hard to tell what you’re seeing, or where to look for the best view. 100 Things to See in the Southern Night Sky lets you know what you can expect to see on any given night, whether you’re using a small telescope, or just your naked eye. 100 Things to See in the Southern Night Sky—especially for those south of the equator—includes background information on the makeup, appearance, and history of each celestial object, along with easy-to-follow instructions on the best way to catch a glimpse of these cosmic glories. With this helpful guide you’ll have the world on a string—or more precisely, the sky in your hands.
The Art and Inspiration of Sieger Köder
Author: Magdalen Lawler
Publisher: Pauline Books & Media
Category: Christian art and symbolism
Another in the series of Art and Inspiration books to help reflection on Biblical themes and Christian Art.
The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations
Author: E. C. Krupp
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Popular, authoritative look at the world of archaeoastronomy, the study of ancient peoples' observation of the skies and its role in their cultural evolution. 208 illustrations.
Soul and Cosmos: The Physics and Metaphysics of the Stars and Planets
Author: Richard Grossinger
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Ever since Homo sapiens first looked up at the stars, we as a species have been looking for meaning in the mysteries of the night sky. Over the millennia, as our knowledge, science, and technology developed, the stories we told ourselves about the universe and our place in it developed as well. In The Night Sky, Richard Grossinger traces those developments, covering multiple aspects of humanity's complex relationship to the cosmos. Covering not only astronomy but also cosmology, cosmogony, astrology, and science fiction, he offers us a revelatory look at the firmament through his own telescope, fitted with an anthropological lens. Throughout his explorations, Grossinger continually reflects on the deeper meaning of our changing concepts about the universe and creation, offering insight into how each new discovery causes us to redefine the values, moralities, and aesthetics by which we live. He also calls into question the self-aggrandizing notion that humanity can and will conquer all, and injects our strident confidence in science with a healthy dose of humility and wonder. Filled with poetic observation and profound questions, The Night Sky is a brilliant reflection of humanity's relationship with the cosmos--a relationship fed by longing, doubt, and awe.
Author: Kraig Russell
What is the true date of Jesus Christ's birth? What was the star that led the Magi to seek out the infant Jesus? Was it a comet, a nova, or a conjunction of planets? Though some have considered this information to have been lost forever, the author of this book shows you that recent scholarship has for some time been closing in on the answers, and that now, as revealed in these pages, the answers have finally been found. The clues have been scattered throughout the ancient written sources---sometimes in very disguised and confusing forms. But the clues have been there nevertheless. The body of evidence disclosed here shows that the mysterious star has been with us all along, glittering in the night sky year after year. From time to time you have probably seen it. Not only that, but also, not just the day, month and year, but the very hour and minute of Christ's birth have been rediscovered. The long sought answers to these questions are clearly and minutely explained in this easy-to-read yet compelling book!
Journeys into the Past and Present
Author: Gloria Emeagwali,Edward Shizha
This book is an intellectual journey into epistemology, pedagogy, physics, architecture, medicine and metallurgy. The focus is on various dimensions of African Indigenous Knowledge (AIK) with an emphasis on the sciences, an area that has been neglected in AIK discourse. The authors provide diverse views and perspectives on African indigenous scientific and technological knowledge that can benefit a wide spectrum of academics, scholars, students, development agents, and policy makers, in both governmental and non-governmental organizations, and enable critical and alternative analyses and possibilities for understanding science and technology in an African historical and contemporary context.