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Helmut Newton. World without Men - 2822174941

171,00 zł

Helmut Newton. World without Men TASCHEN

WYDAWNICTWA ALBUMOWE > Fotografia > Tematyczna > Moda

ISBN: 9783836545129 Autor: Newton Helmut     Rok wydania: 2013-02-25 Ilość stron: 188 Oprawa: twarda Format: 240 x 325 mm Let the ladies shine From Newton's formative years to his rise to the top Taken between the mid 1960s and early 1980s, this selection of Newton fashion editorials


Ciekawa biologia 2 Zeszyt ćwiczeń - Kłos Ewa, Kofta Wawrzyniec Kukier Mariola, Werblan-Jakubiec Hanna - 2838395968

6,75 zł

Ciekawa biologia 2 Zeszyt ćwiczeń - Kłos Ewa, Kofta Wawrzyniec Kukier Mariola, Werblan-Jakubiec Hanna

Książki & Multimedia > Książki

Opis - Zeszyt ćwiczeń Ciekawa Biologia. Część 2 to najlepszy sposób na skuteczne przygotowanie do egzaminu gimnazjalnego. Zeszyt jest ściśle związany z podręcznikiem i zawiera zadania typu egzaminacyjnego odnoszące się do konkretnych wymagań podstawy programowej. Zeszyt ćwiczeń Ciekawa Biologia. Część 2 jest podzielony na cztery działy: Świat zwierząt Funkcjonowanie organizmu człowieka Integracja działania organizmu Zasady dbałości o własny organizm Każdy dział rozpoczyna się barwną stroną działową. Wszystkie lekcje są skorelowane z podręcznikiem. Na końcu każdego działu znajdują się zestawy zadań podsumowujących. Wszystkie zadania mają przypisany jeden z trzech stopni trudności. Interesujące zadania z tekstami źródłowymi i ciekawymi ilustracjami to doskonały sposób na sprawdzenie i utrwalenie wiedzy oraz umiejętności zdobytych podczas lekcji. Nazwa - Ciekawa biologia 2 Zeszyt ćwiczeń Autor - Kłos Ewa, Kofta Wawrzyniec Kukier Mariola, Werblan-Jakubiec Hanna Oprawa - Miękka Wydawca - WSiP Kod ISBN - 9788302155079 Kod EAN - 9788302155079 Rok wydania - 2016 Język - polski Format - 16.0x23.0cm Ilość stron - 144 Szkoła - Gimnazjum Typ podręcznika - Podręcznik Przedmiot - Biologia Podatek VAT - 5%


Abraham in Arms - 2854323212

117,53 zł

Abraham in Arms University of Pennsylvania Press

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Abraham in Arms War and Gender in Colonial New England Ann M. Little "This innovative and thought-provoking analysis of why New Englanders and Indians went to war, and how they interpreted their experiences in war, effectively reshapes our perspectives of culture and society on the early New England frontier."--Journal of American History "A clearly written, cogently argued book on early American cultural encounters. Highly recommended."--Choice "A creative and fascinating tour-de-force. Sweeping across two centuries of conflict in the colonial Northeast, from the Pequot War of 1636-37 to the Seven Years' War of the mid-eighteenth century, Little shows how northeastern Native peoples, English colonists, and French settlers interpreted each other's actions through the lens of their own gendered sense of proper social order. The book makes a very persuasive case for gender being central to any study of war that historians might undertake, and the writing flows elegantly from insight to insight." --Nancy Shoemaker, University of Connecticut In 1678, the Puritan minister Samuel Nowell preached a sermon he called "Abraham in Arms," in which he urged his listeners to remember that "Hence it is no wayes unbecoming a Christian to learn to be a Souldier." The title of Nowell's sermon was well chosen. Abraham of the Old Testament resonated deeply with New England men, as he embodied the ideal of the householder-patriarch, at once obedient to God and the unquestioned leader of his family and his people in war and peace. Yet enemies challenged Abraham's authority in New England: Indians threatened the safety of his household, subordinates in his own family threatened his status, and wives and daughters taken into captivity became baptized Catholics, married French or Indian men, and refused to return to New England. In a bold reinterpretation of the years between 1620 and 1763, Ann M. Little reveals how ideas about gender and family life were central to the ways people in colonial New England, and their neighbors in New France and Indian Country, described their experiences in cross-cultural warfare. Little argues that English, French, and Indian people had broadly similar ideas about gender and authority. Because they understood both warfare and political power to be intertwined expressions of manhood, colonial warfare may be understood as a contest of different styles of masculinity. For New England men, what had once been a masculinity based on household headship, Christian piety, and the duty to protect family and faith became one built around the more abstract notions of British nationalism, anti-Catholicism, and soldiering for the Empire. Based on archival research in both French and English sources, court records, captivity narratives, and the private correspondence of ministers and war officials, Abraham in Arms reconstructs colonial New England as a frontier borderland in which religious, cultural, linguistic, and geographic boundaries were permeable, fragile, and contested by Europeans and Indians alike. Ann M. Little is Associate Professor of History at Colorado State University. Early American Studies 2006 | 272 pages | 6 x 9 | 17 illus. ISBN 978-0-8122-1961-6 | Paper | $24.95s | GBP16.50 ISBN 978-0-8122-0264-9 | Ebook | $24.95s | GBP16.5 0 World Rights | American History


Kickboxing Geishas - 2851004143

89,39 zł

Kickboxing Geishas The Free Press

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Forget the stereotypes. Today's Japanese women are shattering them -- breaking the bonds of tradition and dramatically transforming their culture. Shopping-crazed schoolgirls in Hello Kitty costumes and the Harajuku girls Gwen Stefani helped make so popular have grabbed the media's attention. But as critically acclaimed author Veronica Chambers has discovered through years of returning to Japan and interviewing Japanese women, the more interesting story is that of the legions of everyday women -- from the office suites to radio and TV studios to the worlds of art and fashion and on to the halls of government -- who have kicked off a revolution in their country. Japanese men hardly know what has hit them. In a single generation, women in Japan have rewritten the rules in both the bedroom and the boardroom. Not a day goes by in Japan that a powerful woman doesn't make the front page of the newspapers. In the face of still-fierce sexism, a new breed of women is breaking through the rice paper ceiling of Japan's salary-man dominated corporate culture. The women are traveling the world -- while the men stay at home -- and returning with a cosmopolitan sophistication that is injecting an edgy, stylish internationalism into Japanese life. So many women are happily delaying marriage into their thirties -- labeled losing dogs and yet loving their liberated lives -- that the country's birth rate is in crisis. With her keen eye for all facets of Japanese life, Veronica Chambers travels through the exciting world of Japan's new modern women to introduce these kickboxing geishas and the stories of their lives: the wildly popular young hip-hop DJ; the TV chef who is also a government minister; the entrepreneur who founded a market research firm specializing in charting the tastes of the teenage girls driving the country's GNC -- gross national cool; and the Osaka assembly-woman who came out publicly as a lesbian -- the first openly gay politician in the country. Taking readers deep into these women's lives and giving the lie to the condescending stereotypes, Chambers reveals the vibrant, dynamic, and fascinating true story of the Japanese women we've never met. Kickboxing Geishas is an entrancing journey into the exciting, bold, stylish new Japan these women are making.


Borrowed Time - 2854242571

64,56 zł

Borrowed Time ABACUS

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Called an uneasy peace, the twenty years between the wars were a time of turmoil - Britain saw a general strike and the worst economic crisis in its history, armed rebellion in Ireland and open revolt in India, a Prime Minister's resignation and the King's abdication. Crisis followed crisis until Britain was engulfed in the Second World War - a catastrophe that could have been foreseen, possibly even prevented. But there were also moments of triumph: England regained the Ashes and Britain ran to glory in the 'Chariots of Fire' Olympic Games; the BBC was born and became the envy of the free world; there was a renaissance in poetry, sculpture of genius, and cinema lightened the darkness for millions. However it is the politicians who failed who have really come to personify the interwar years - in particular Ramsey MacDonald and Stanley Baldwin. Both prime ministers were better men than history allows. And Winston Churchill? Right or wrong, success or failure, he is the irrepressible force in what he called the 'years for the locusts to eat'. Hattersley's assessment of this doomed era is illuminating, entertaining and bold.


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