Born in 1970 by Kerry Butters is a reference Book from that year, included in it are things in the News, Famous Births and Deaths etc. Great for birthday presents. Look out for other years in the series or maybe buy your own birth year. Look out for other years in the series by the same Author. 1916 - 2016
Born in 1959 by Kerry Butters is a reference Book from that year, included in it are things in the News, Famous Births and Deaths etc. Great for birthday presents. Look out for other years in the series or maybe buy your own birth year. Look out for other years in the series by the same Author. 1916 - 2016
Lined Notebook / Journal Gift, 120 Pages, 6x9, Soft Cover, Matte Finish, Great Gift Gift Diary Fun Gift for Someone's Birthday, Perfect Present for a Friend Or a Family Member...
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Cute 6x9' Blank lined Notebook Journal Matte-finish cover. Lined Notebook / Journal Gift, 120 Pages, 6x9, Soft Cover, Matte Finish, Great Gift Gift Diary Fun gift for someone's birthday, perfect present for a friend or a family member. 120 pages 6""x9"" White-color paper Matte Finish Cover for an elegant look and feel Are you looking for a gift for your parents or relatives born in 1970 ? Then you need to buy this gift for your brother, sister, Auntie and celebrate their birthday For more creative journal notebook ,Please visit our author amazon page.
An Ethnography of Post-Soviet Memory Making in Estonia
Author: Inge Melchior
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Guardians of Living History: An Ethnography of Post-Soviet Memory Making in Estonia interrogates how people engage with their violent past, both within their families and as members of a national community, when living in an extremely complicated society with a short history of independence and a desire to belong to Europe. In line with other scholarship on memory, this book shows that many Estonians desire an established collective story, as they live in a society where their national identity is quite regularly under threat. At the same time however, that same closure is perceived to pose a threat to the survival of Estonian culture and independence. Guardians of Living History provides an intimate insight into the lives of Estonians from the countryside, former deportees, young intellectuals, and memory activists, who all in their own ways act as guardians of a national history: a history which they wish to keep alive, apolitical, and as close to their family stories as possible.
When Neil Young left Canada in 1966 to move to California, it was the beginning of an extraordinary musical journal that would leave song after song resonating across the landscapes of North America. From “Ohio” to “Albuquerque,” Young’s fascination with America’s many places profoundly influenced his eclectic style and helped shape the restless sensibility of his generation. In this book, Martin Halliwell shows how place has loomed large in Young’s prodigious catalog of songs, which are themselves a testament to his storied career as a musician playing with bands such as Buffalo Springfield, Crazy Horse, and, of course, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Moving from the Canadian prairies to Young’s adopted Pacific home, Halliwell explores how place and travel spurred one of the most prolific creative outputs in music history. Placing Young in the shifting musical milieus of the past decades—comprised of artists such as Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Gordon Lightfoot, the Grateful Dead, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Devo, and Pearl Jam—he traces the ways Young’s personal journeys have intertwined with that of American music and how both capture the power of America’s great landscapes. Spanning Young’s career as a singer-songwriter—from his many bands to his work on films—Neil Young will appeal not just to his many fans worldwide but to anyone interested in the extraordinary ways American music has engaged the places from which it comes.
The rise of retro has led many to conclude that it represents the end of marketing, that it is indicative of inertia, ossification and the waning of creativity. Marketing — The Retro Revolution explains why the opposite is the case, demonstrating that retro-orientation is a harbinger of change and a revolution in marketing thinking. In his engaging and lively style, Stephen Brown shows that the implications of today's retro revolution are much more profound than the existing literature suggests. He argues that just as retro-marketing practitioners are looking to the past for inspiration, so too students, consultants and academics should seek to do likewise.
This Title is the31st in a series of 31 Year-books that detail the Social History of Australia in the 31 years 1939 to 1969. The book describes how the population felt as the excitements and changes of those years developed. Easy to read, no tables of stats. Just emotions and ideas. Great for birthdays and Christmas for families and friends.
The electronic version contains the complete print version including multiple tables, enhanced functionality, complete text of the paper index, Boolean searching, scheduling, new groupings, not in the print edition, and networkability. This version offers more complete access to the information than the print version is able offer.
A must-have for librarians, teachers, broadcasters, event planners, and advertisers, this is the directory that Americans have come to rely on for special events, holidays, ethnic celebrations, anniversaries, birthdays, fairs and festivals, historic events, and traditional and whimsical observances of all kinds. Extensively indexed by state and by category, entries include direct-access phone numbers, addresses, attendance figures, and websites (where available). A Free companion CD-ROM is available with every book. The essential book for the millennium!