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Jennifer Ashley Tepper

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About this Item: Dress Circle Publishing, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Have you ever wanted to sneak behind the curtain of some of Broadway s greatest hits including Wicked, Rent, and A Chorus Line? Do you wonder what Patti LuPone revealed to Raul Esparza about Broadway dressing rooms or wish you were a fly on the wall during Audra McDonald s big break auditions? Are you dying to know why Laura Linney would watch Stockard Channing from the rafters each night? From opening nights to closing nights. From secret passageways to ghostly encounters. From Broadway debuts to landmark productions. Score a front row seat to read hundreds of stories about the most important stages in the world, seen through the eyes of the producers, actors, stagehands, writers, musicians, company managers, dressers, designers, directors, ushers, and door men who bring The Great White Way to life each night. This is the second book in a multi-volume series that will tell the stories of all of the Broadway theaters. Volume 2 includes the Barrymore, the Circle in the Square, the Criterion Center Stage Right, the Gershwin, the Nederlander, the Palace, the Shubert, and the Vivian Beaumont: eight Broadway theaters that light up New York City. Volume 2 Interviewees: Deborah Abramson, Loni Ackerman, Lynn Ahrens, Rose M. Alaio, Mana Allen, Charlie Alterman, Michael Arden, Brittnye Batchelor, Bryan Batt, Hunter Bell, Marty Bell, Brig Berney, Michael Berresse, Ken Billington, Sandy Binion, Patricia Birch, Andre Bishop, Nick Blaemire, Corbin Bleu, Heidi Blickenstaff, Walter Bobbie, Anne Bobby, Chris Boneau, Beowulf Boritt, Christian Borle, Jeff Bowen, Jason Robert Brown, Jeb Brown, Laura Bell Bundy, Todd Buonopane, Jonathan Burkhart, Danny Burstein, Liz Callaway, Liz Caplan, Len Cariou, Craig Carnelia, Eileen Casey, Harrison Chad, Ted Chapin, Nancy Coyne, Gavin Creel, Charlotte d Amboise, Ken Davenport, Penny Davis, Carmel Dean, Robin De Jesus, Ed Dixon, Christopher Durang, James Dybas, Jake Epstein, Raul Esparza, Ben Fankhauser, Tim Federle, Philip Feller, Bert Fink, Terry Finn, Stephen Flaherty, Merwin Foard, Shannon Ford, Hunter Foster, Fritz Frizsell, Larry Fuller, Artie Gaffin, Jack Gale, David Gallo, Irene Gandy, Chris Gattelli, Joanna Gleason, Annie Golden, Jason Graae, Todd Graff, Randy Graff, Ilene Graff, Amanda Green, Michael Greif, Harry Groener, Jonathan Groff, Julie Halston, Ann Harada, F. Michael Haynie, Diane Heatherington, Laura Heller, Tom Hewitt, John Hickok, Larry Hochman, Abe Jacob, Sally J. Jacobs, Jay Armstrong Johnson, Jeremy Jordan, Doug Katsaros, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Steve C. Kennedy, Chad Kimball, Eddie Korbich, Michael John LaChiusa, Liz Larsen, Baayork Lee, Telly Leung, Caissie Levy, Peter Link, Laura Linney, Jose Llana, William Ivey Long, David Loud, Anna Louizos, Hal Luftig, Arielle Tepper Madover, James Maloney, Richard Maltby Jr., Joe Mantello, Josh Marquette, Kathleen Marshall, Mel Marvin, Tony Massey, Michael Mayer, Neil Mazzella, Elizabeth McCann, Kevin McCollum, Donna McKechnie, John McMartin, Lindsay Mendez, Michael Mendez, Alan Menken, Joanna Merlin, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jessica Molaskey, Eric William Morris, Randy Morrison, Robert Morse, Julia Murney, Austin Nathaniel, George Nestor, Casey Nicholaw, Jack O Brien, Kelli O Hara, Brynn O Malley, Laura Osnes, Evan Pappas, Michon Peacock, Tim Pettolina, Hayley Podschun, Red Press, Lonny Price, Harold Prince, Ben Rappaport, Krysta Rodriguez, Steve Rosen, Daryl Roth, Michael Rupert, Alex Rybeck, Harvey Sabinson, Sarah Saltzberg, Don Scardino, Justin Scribner, Joan Shepard, David Shire, Rick Sordelet, Louis St. Louis, Michael Starobin, Don Stitt, David Stone, Charles Strouse, Julie Taymor, Bernie Telsey, Mary Testa, Joe Traina, Taylor Trensch, Mike VanPraagh, Donna Vivino, Frank Vlastnik, Jim Walton, Tony Walton, Robert E. Wankel, John Weidman, Ira Weitzman, George C. Wolfe, Amy Wolk, Greg Woolard, James Woolley, Nick Wyman, Maury Yeston, Brian Yorkey, Jerry Zaks. Seller Inventory # AAB9780990316176

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Published by Karagiorgis, Vasos, Cyprus (2002)

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About this Item: Karagiorgis, Vasos, Cyprus, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. There are some phenomena in the history of the world, which have left an everlasting impact on the development of civilization, beneficial or otherwise. Today, when we say the words democracy, philosophy, ideology, theatre, music, we recall one of the above phenomena, the Greek heritage of Europe and the whole world. In the realm of philosophical thought, science, literature, art and architecture the Greeks have left their mark. Greek heritage, which was born and flourished in the Aegean, soon spread beyond its native boundaries, to the east and West, from the middle of the 2nd millennium to the period of Alexander the Great. It is this topic, the Greeks beyond the Aegean, that is the focus of this international symposium. The conference proceedings include essays by renowned scholars in the field such as Nikolaos Chr. Stampolidis, Museum of Cycladic Art; Jean-Yves Empereur, CNRS, Cantery d Etudes Alexandrines; Larissa Bonfante, New York University; Antoine Hermary, MMSG-Centre Camille Jullian, CNRS; Pierre Leriche, CNRS-E.N.S.; Gocha R. Thetskhladze, Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London; Elizabeth Rosen Stone; and Polymnia Athanassiadi, Department of History, University of Athens. Seller Inventory # AAJ9789963888504

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Jennifer Ashley Tepper

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About this Item: Dress Circle Publishing, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Have you ever wanted to sneak behind the curtain of some of Broadway s greatest hits including Wicked, Rent, and A Chorus Line? Do you wonder what Patti LuPone revealed to Raul Esparza about Broadway dressing rooms or wish you were a fly on the wall during Audra McDonald s big break auditions? Are you dying to know why Laura Linney would watch Stockard Channing from the rafters each night? From opening nights to closing nights. From secret passageways to ghostly encounters. From Broadway debuts to landmark productions. Score a front row seat to read hundreds of stories about the most important stages in the world, seen through the eyes of the producers, actors, stagehands, writers, musicians, company managers, dressers, designers, directors, ushers, and door men who bring The Great White Way to life each night. This is the second book in a multi-volume series that will tell the stories of all of the Broadway theaters. Volume 2 includes the Barrymore, the Circle in the Square, the Criterion Center Stage Right, the Gershwin, the Nederlander, the Palace, the Shubert, and the Vivian Beaumont: eight Broadway theaters that light up New York City. Volume 2 Interviewees: Deborah Abramson, Loni Ackerman, Lynn Ahrens, Rose M. Alaio, Mana Allen, Charlie Alterman, Michael Arden, Brittnye Batchelor, Bryan Batt, Hunter Bell, Marty Bell, Brig Berney, Michael Berresse, Ken Billington, Sandy Binion, Patricia Birch, Andre Bishop, Nick Blaemire, Corbin Bleu, Heidi Blickenstaff, Walter Bobbie, Anne Bobby, Chris Boneau, Beowulf Boritt, Christian Borle, Jeff Bowen, Jason Robert Brown, Jeb Brown, Laura Bell Bundy, Todd Buonopane, Jonathan Burkhart, Danny Burstein, Liz Callaway, Liz Caplan, Len Cariou, Craig Carnelia, Eileen Casey, Harrison Chad, Ted Chapin, Nancy Coyne, Gavin Creel, Charlotte d Amboise, Ken Davenport, Penny Davis, Carmel Dean, Robin De Jesus, Ed Dixon, Christopher Durang, James Dybas, Jake Epstein, Raul Esparza, Ben Fankhauser, Tim Federle, Philip Feller, Bert Fink, Terry Finn, Stephen Flaherty, Merwin Foard, Shannon Ford, Hunter Foster, Fritz Frizsell, Larry Fuller, Artie Gaffin, Jack Gale, David Gallo, Irene Gandy, Chris Gattelli, Joanna Gleason, Annie Golden, Jason Graae, Todd Graff, Randy Graff, Ilene Graff, Amanda Green, Michael Greif, Harry Groener, Jonathan Groff, Julie Halston, Ann Harada, F. Michael Haynie, Diane Heatherington, Laura Heller, Tom Hewitt, John Hickok, Larry Hochman, Abe Jacob, Sally J. Jacobs, Jay Armstrong Johnson, Jeremy Jordan, Doug Katsaros, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Steve C. Kennedy, Chad Kimball, Eddie Korbich, Michael John LaChiusa, Liz Larsen, Baayork Lee, Telly Leung, Caissie Levy, Peter Link, Laura Linney, Jose Llana, William Ivey Long, David Loud, Anna Louizos, Hal Luftig, Arielle Tepper Madover, James Maloney, Richard Maltby Jr., Joe Mantello, Josh Marquette, Kathleen Marshall, Mel Marvin, Tony Massey, Michael Mayer, Neil Mazzella, Elizabeth McCann, Kevin McCollum, Donna McKechnie, John McMartin, Lindsay Mendez, Michael Mendez, Alan Menken, Joanna Merlin, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jessica Molaskey, Eric William Morris, Randy Morrison, Robert Morse, Julia Murney, Austin Nathaniel, George Nestor, Casey Nicholaw, Jack O Brien, Kelli O Hara, Brynn O Malley, Laura Osnes, Evan Pappas, Michon Peacock, Tim Pettolina, Hayley Podschun, Red Press, Lonny Price, Harold Prince, Ben Rappaport, Krysta Rodriguez, Steve Rosen, Daryl Roth, Michael Rupert, Alex Rybeck, Harvey Sabinson, Sarah Saltzberg, Don Scardino, Justin Scribner, Joan Shepard, David Shire, Rick Sordelet, Louis St. Louis, Michael Starobin, Don Stitt, David Stone, Charles Strouse, Julie Taymor, Bernie Telsey, Mary Testa, Joe Traina, Taylor Trensch, Mike VanPraagh, Donna Vivino, Frank Vlastnik, Jim Walton, Tony Walton, Robert E. Wankel, John Weidman, Ira Weitzman, George C. Wolfe, Amy Wolk, Greg Woolard, James Woolley, Nick Wyman, Maury Yeston, Brian Yorkey, Jerry Zaks. Seller Inventory # AAB9780990316176

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Vassos Karageorghis

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About this Item: Onassis Foundation. Paperback / softback. Condition: new. BRAND NEW, The Greeks Beyond the Aegean: From Marseilles to Bactria, Vassos Karageorghis, There are some phenomena in the history of the world, which have left an everlasting impact on the development of civilization, beneficial or otherwise. Today, when we say the words democracy, philosophy, ideology, theatre, music, we recall one of the above phenomena, the Greek heritage of Europe and the whole world. In the realm of philosophical thought, science, literature, art and architecture the Greeks have left their mark. Greek heritage, which was born and flourished in the Aegean, soon spread beyond its native boundaries, to the east and West, from the middle of the 2nd millennium to the period of Alexander the Great. It is this topic, the Greeks beyond the Aegean, that is the focus of this international symposium. The conference proceedings include essays by renowned scholars in the field such as Nikolaos Chr. Stampolidis, Museum of Cycladic Art; Jean-Yves Empereur, CNRS, Cantery d'Etudes Alexandrines; Larissa Bonfante, New York University; Antoine Hermary, MMSG-Centre Camille Jullian, CNRS; Pierre Leriche, CNRS-E.N.S.; Gocha R. Thetskhladze, Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London; Elizabeth Rosen Stone; and Polymnia Athanassiadi, Department of History, University of Athens. Seller Inventory # B9789963888504

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Published by Karagiorgis, Vasos, Cyprus (2002)

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About this Item: Karagiorgis, Vasos, Cyprus, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. There are some phenomena in the history of the world, which have left an everlasting impact on the development of civilization, beneficial or otherwise. Today, when we say the words democracy, philosophy, ideology, theatre, music, we recall one of the above phenomena, the Greek heritage of Europe and the whole world. In the realm of philosophical thought, science, literature, art and architecture the Greeks have left their mark. Greek heritage, which was born and flourished in the Aegean, soon spread beyond its native boundaries, to the east and West, from the middle of the 2nd millennium to the period of Alexander the Great. It is this topic, the Greeks beyond the Aegean, that is the focus of this international symposium. The conference proceedings include essays by renowned scholars in the field such as Nikolaos Chr. Stampolidis, Museum of Cycladic Art; Jean-Yves Empereur, CNRS, Cantery d Etudes Alexandrines; Larissa Bonfante, New York University; Antoine Hermary, MMSG-Centre Camille Jullian, CNRS; Pierre Leriche, CNRS-E.N.S.; Gocha R. Thetskhladze, Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London; Elizabeth Rosen Stone; and Polymnia Athanassiadi, Department of History, University of Athens. Seller Inventory # AAJ9789963888504

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Brett Stern

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About this Item: Apress. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 324 pages. Inventors at Work: The Minds and Motivation Behind Modern Inventions is a collection of interviews with inventors of famous products, innovations, and technologies that have made life easier or even changed the way we live. All of these scientists, engineers, wild-eyed geniuses, and amateur technologists have dedicated their lives to the pursuit of that singular Eureka! moment in their laboratories or garages. Each has altered the modern world as we know it in some significant way. The conversations will show budding tinkerers, professional inventors, educators, and onlookers how the top minds in the field come up with ideas and manage the first steps of inspiration, how they experiment productively, how they sell ideas to others and secure funding, how they execute the final product, and how they commercialize and protecttheir work. All inventors will learn from these conversations, whether they areexploring newchemical compoundsin million-dollar labs or perfecting a household gadget ortoy in a basement workshop. Author Brett Stern, an inventor himself, explores with each inventor the nature of creativity and intuition, the skill set needed, and the force, motivation, or desire that must be summoned to spend endless hours searching for an answer to a question that no one else has asked or solving a problem most think has no solution. The book is required reading for all technical and creative individuals to better understand the innovation process and the logistics of following through on an idea that has the potential to change society. This book offers: Interviews with inventors of world-changing products and technologies An outline of the steps required in the creativeinventing process whether the goal is a civilization-changing process or a device meant to impress friends and family and perhaps earn license fees. An instructive overview of how to solve problems in innovationand how to use failures as stepping stones to successful inventions What youll learn Problem-solving techniques for the inventive mind Sources of inspirationmotivation for innovation The nature of creativity and the role of serendipity Tools for ideation, including 2D sketching and 3D modeling Using failure as pathway to success Benefits of documenting all ideas The commercialization process for inventions Using intellectual property law to protect ideas Who this book is for Inventors at Work is a book for the professional scientistengineerinventor, the aspiring inventorentrepreneur, product developersinnovators, and the backyard mechanicmaker. The book offers insights into the process of inventing, and the motivation and drive required for creating something novel. It will present a narrative of the inventing process and examples of how brilliant minds work, and how they often fail and sometimes succeed. The book is a blueprint for all of us who dream of creating the next new thing. Table of Contents1. Gene Frantz: DSP chips 2. Eric Fossum: Image sensors 3. Robert Dennard: Computer memory 4. Ron Popeil: Housewares 5. Gary Michelson: Spinal implants 6. Al Maurice: Polymers 7. Helen Greiner: Robotics 8. Glen Merfled: Batteries 9. Steve Gass: Table saws 10. Karen Swider-Lyons: Fuel cells 11. Don Keck: Fiber optics 12. Bob Loce: Imaging systems 13. Lonnie Johnson: Energy systems 14. Tim Leatherman: Folding hand tools 15. Reyn Guyer: Toys 16. Bernhard van Lengerich: Food manufacturing 17. Curt Croley, Graham Marshall, Shane MacGregor: Mobile devices 18. Matthew Scholz: Healthcare products 19. Daria Mochly-Rosen: Drugs 20. Martin Keen: Footwear 21. Kevin Deppermann: Seed genomes 22. John Calvert, Elizabeth Dougherty: USPTO 23. Steve Wozniak: Personal computers This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781430245063

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About this Item: Dress Circle Publishing. Paperback. Condition: New. 350 pages. Dimensions: 11.0in. x 8.5in. x 0.8in.Have you ever wanted to sneak behind the curtain of some of Broadways greatest hits including Wicked, Rent, and A Chorus Line Do you wonder what Patti LuPone revealed to Raul Esparza about Broadway dressing rooms or wish you were a fly on the wall during Audra McDonalds big break auditions Are you dying to know why Laura Linney would watch Stockard Channing from the rafters each night From opening nights to closing nights. From secret passageways to ghostly encounters. From Broadway debuts to landmark productions. Score a front row seat to read hundreds of stories about the most important stages in the world, seen through the eyes of the producers, actors, stagehands, writers, musicians, company managers, dressers, designers, directors, ushers, and door men who bring The Great White Way to life each night. Youll never look at Broadway the same way again. This is the second book in a multi-volume series that will tell the stories of all of the Broadway theaters. Volume 2 includes the Barrymore, the Circle in the Square, the Criterion Center Stage Right, the Gershwin, the Nederlander, the Palace, the Shubert, and the Vivian Beaumont: eight Broadway theaters that light up New York City. Volume 2 Interviewees: Deborah Abramson, Loni Ackerman, Lynn Ahrens, Rose M. Alaio, Mana Allen, Charlie Alterman, Michael Arden, Brittnye Batchelor, Bryan Batt, Hunter Bell, Marty Bell, Brig Berney, Michael Berresse, Ken Billington, Sandy Binion, Patricia Birch, Andr Bishop, Nick Blaemire, Corbin Bleu, Heidi Blickenstaff, Walter Bobbie, Anne Bobby, Chris Boneau, Beowulf Boritt, Christian Borle, Jeff Bowen, Jason Robert Brown, Jeb Brown, Laura Bell Bundy, Todd Buonopane, Jonathan Burkhart, Danny Burstein, Liz Callaway, Liz Caplan, Len Cariou, Craig Carnelia, Eileen Casey, Harrison Chad, Ted Chapin, Nancy Coyne, Gavin Creel, Charlotte dAmboise, Ken Davenport, Penny Davis, Carmel Dean, Robin De Jess, Ed Dixon, Christopher Durang, James Dybas, Jake Epstein, Ral Esparza, Ben Fankhauser, Tim Federle, Philip Feller, Bert Fink, Terry Finn, Stephen Flaherty, Merwin Foard, Shannon Ford, Hunter Foster, Fritz Frizsell, Larry Fuller, Artie Gaffin, Jack Gale, David Gallo, Irene Gandy, Chris Gattelli, Joanna Gleason, Annie Golden, Jason Graae, Todd Graff, Randy Graff, Ilene Graff, Amanda Green, Michael Greif, Harry Groener, Jonathan Groff, Julie Halston, Ann Harada, F. Michael Haynie, Diane Heatherington, Laura Heller, Tom Hewitt, John Hickok, Larry Hochman, Abe Jacob, Sally J. Jacobs, Jay Armstrong Johnson, Jeremy Jordan, Doug Katsaros, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Steve C. Kennedy, Chad Kimball, Eddie Korbich, Michael John LaChiusa, Liz Larsen, Baayork Lee, Telly Leung, Caissie Levy, Peter Link, Laura Linney, Jose Llana, William Ivey Long, David Loud, Anna Louizos, Hal Luftig, Arielle Tepper Madover, James Maloney, Richard Maltby Jr. , Joe Mantello, Josh Marquette, Kathleen Marshall, Mel Marvin, Tony Massey, Michael Mayer, Neil Mazzella, Elizabeth McCann, Kevin McCollum, Donna McKechnie, John McMartin, Lindsay Mendez, Michael Mendez, Alan Menken, Joanna Merlin, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jessica Molaskey, Eric William Morris, Randy Morrison, Robert Morse, Julia Murney, Austin Nathaniel, George Nestor, Casey Nicholaw, Jack OBrien, Kelli OHara, Brynn OMalley, Laura Osnes, Evan Pappas, Michon Peacock, Tim Pettolina, Hayley Podschun, Red Press, Lonny Price, Harold Prince, Ben Rappaport, Krysta Rodriguez, Steve Rosen, Daryl Roth, Michael Rupert, Alex Rybeck, Harvey Sabinson, Sarah Saltzberg, Don Scardino, Justin Scribner, Joan Shepard, David Shire, Rick Sordelet, Louis St. Louis, Michael Starobin, Don Stitt, David Stone, Charles Strouse, Julie Taymor, Bernie Telsey, Mary Testa, Joe Traina, Taylor Trensch, Mike VanPraagh, Donna Vivino, Frank Vlastnik, Jim Walton, Tony Walton, Robert E. Wankel, John Weidman, I This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9780990316176

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About this Item: Karagiorgis, Vasos, Cyprus, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. There are some phenomena in the history of the world, which have left an everlasting impact on the development of civilization, beneficial or otherwise. Today, when we say the words democracy, philosophy, ideology, theatre, music, we recall one of the above phenomena, the Greek heritage of Europe and the whole world. In the realm of philosophical thought, science, literature, art and architecture the Greeks have left their mark. Greek heritage, which was born and flourished in the Aegean, soon spread beyond its native boundaries, to the east and West, from the middle of the 2nd millennium to the period of Alexander the Great. It is this topic, the Greeks beyond the Aegean, that is the focus of this international symposium. The conference proceedings include essays by renowned scholars in the field such as Nikolaos Chr. Stampolidis, Museum of Cycladic Art; Jean-Yves Empereur, CNRS, Cantery d Etudes Alexandrines; Larissa Bonfante, New York University; Antoine Hermary, MMSG-Centre Camille Jullian, CNRS; Pierre Leriche, CNRS-E.N.S.; Gocha R. Thetskhladze, Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London; Elizabeth Rosen Stone; and Polymnia Athanassiadi, Department of History, University of Athens. Seller Inventory # BTE9789963888504

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About this Item: Condition: New. Publisher/Verlag: Springer, Berlin | The Minds and Motivation Behind Modern Inventions | Inventors at Work: The Minds and Motivation Behind Modern Inventions is a collection of interviews with inventors of famous products, innovations, and technologies that have made life easier or even changed the way we live. All of these scientists, engineers, wild-eyed geniuses, and amateur technologists have dedicated their lives to the pursuit of that singular Eureka! moment in their laboratories or garages. Each has altered the modern world as we know it in some significant way.The conversations will show budding tinkerers, professional inventors, educators, and onlookers how the top minds in the field come up with ideas and manage the first steps of inspiration, how they experiment productively, how they "sell" ideas to others and secure funding, how they execute the final product, and how they commercialize and protect their work. All inventors will learn from these conversations, whether they are exploring new chemical compounds in million-dollar labs or perfecting a household gadget or toy in a basement workshop.Author Brett Stern , an inventor himself, explores with each inventor the nature of creativity and intuition, the skill set needed, and the force, motivation, or desire that must be summoned to spend endless hours searching for an answer to a question that no one else has asked or solving a problem most think has no solution. The book is required reading for all technical and creative individuals to better understand the innovation process and the logistics of following through on an idea that has the potential to change society. This book offers:Interviews with inventors of world-changing products and technologies An outline of the steps required in the creative/inventing process whether the goal is a civilization-changing process or a device meant to impress friends and family and perhaps earn license fees. An instructive overview of how to solve problems in innovation-and how to use failures as stepping stones to successful inventions | 1. Gene Frantz: DSP chips2. Eric Fossum: Image sensors3. Robert Dennard: Computer memory4. Ron Popeil: Housewares5. Gary Michelson: Spinal implants6. Al Maurice: Polymers7. Helen Greiner: Robotics8. Glen Merfled: Batteries9. Steve Gass: Table saws10. Karen Swider-Lyons: Fuel cells11. Don Keck: Fiber optics12. Bob Loce: Imaging systems13. Lonnie Johnson: Energy systems14. Tim Leatherman: Folding hand tools15. Reyn Guyer: Toys16. Bernhard van Lengerich: Food manufacturing17. Curt Croley, Graham Marshall, Shane MacGregor: Mobile devices18. Matthew Scholz: Healthcare products19. Daria Mochly-Rosen: Drugs20. Martin Keen: Footwear21. Kevin Deppermann: Seed genomes22. John Calvert, Elizabeth Dougherty: USPTO23. Steve Wozniak: Personal computers | Format: Paperback | Language/Sprache: english | 481 gr | 230x172x19 mm | 324 pp. Seller Inventory # K9781430245063

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Edited by Harsha V. Dehejia

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About this Item: Roli Books, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. The things unsaid/B.N. Goswamy. 2. Uddipan Vela, as we light the lamps/Harsha V. Dehejia. 3. The genesis of the Nayika in the Natyashastra/Bharat Gupt. 4. Turning the heroine's head: the emergence of the Nayika form in mediaeval Indian manuscript painting/Jerry P. Losty. 5. The quest for Krishna/Walter Spink. 6. Footprints in the dust : the Gopis as a collective heroine in the Bhagavata Purana/Caron Smith. 7. Myriad moods of love/Alka Pande. 8. Karpuramanjari: the artless heroine/Lalit Kumar. 9. The Sufi Nayika: Qutban's Mirigavati/Aditya Behl. 10. The romantic heroine in Rajasthani painting/Rosemary Crill. 11. Nayikas in the Haveli of Shrinathji/Amit Ambalal. 12. A life as Svamini : imbibing the Bhava in Pushti Marg/Meilu Ho. 13. The multiple veils of the beloved/Jasleen Dhamija. 14. The heroine's bower : framing the stages of love/Molly Emma Aitken. 15. Radha in Kishangarh painting : cultural, literary and artistic aspects/Navina Najat Haidar. 16. The Nayika of Sahibdin/Usha Bhatia. 17. The Rasikapriya of Keshavadas : text and image/Shilpa Mehta (Tandon). 18. Connoisseur's delight : the Nayika of the Basohli Rasamanjari/V.C. Ohri. 19. The Nayika in Barahmasa paintings/Kamal Giri. 20. Awash in meaning : literary sources for early Pahari bathing scenes/Joan Cummins. 21. Dancing to the flute/Jackie Menzies. 22. The Nayika of the Deccan/Jagdish Mittal. 23. Pious love : iconography of the Nayika as a devotee/Kim Masteller. 24. Adorning the beloved : Krishna Lila images of transformation and union/Rochelle Kessler. 25. The aesthetics of red in Rajasthani painting/Naval Krishna. 26. The Nagas and the Kanya : the romance in painting/Gurcharan S. Siddhu. 27. The Raas Lila : the enchantment with innocence/Geeti Sen. 28. Nawabs and Nayikas : the romantic view from the court of Lucknow/Rosie Llewelyn-Jones. 29. The Indian courtesan : symbol of love and romance/Pran Neville. 30. The romantic Nayika: a dancer's view/Shanta Rati Misra. 31. Sri Radha : the supreme Nayika of Gaudiya Vaishnavism/Steven J. Rosen. 32. Radha: the Goddess of love in Bengali folk literature/Sumanta Banerjee. 33. Radha Bhava and the erotic sentiment : the construction of feminity in Gaudiya Vaishnavism/Madhu Khanna. 34. The Mughal Nayika/P.C. Jain. 35. Wife, widow, renunciant, lover : the Mirabai of calendar art/Patricia Uberoi. 36. Shringara and love in early Jain literature/Shridhar Andhare. 37. The Nayikas of Nagarjunakonda/Elizabeth Rosen Stone. 38. The Nayika in Ayppati : The Tamil Vrindavan in Periyalvar's Periyalvartirumoli/Srilata Mueller. 39. The Nayika and the mirror/Devangana Desai. 40. The Nayika and the bird/Amina Okada. 41. The Vaishnava ethos and Shringara Bhakti/Harsha V. Dehejia. 42. Vidai: as we float our lamps on the river/Harsha V. Dehejia. "Harsha V. Dehejia has gathered a galaxy of scholars from around the world to take the reader on a journey that celebrates the romantic heroine in the Indian arts. It is a visually rich journey which takes us to opulent havelis and bucolic groves, temples and courtyards, where we meet kings and nobility and also artists and artisans, as we hear whispers of gopis and the footfalls of Krishna. We encounter the nayika in miniature paintings and temple sculptures, pothis and calendars, dance and music but above all hear resonances of her heart throbbing longingly in our own selves for ultimately the nayika in the Indian tradition is a paradigm of the perennial quest of mankind for a divine and transcendent love. At the heart of the many and varied artistic expressions of the romantic sentiment is the nayika or the heroine. Her various adornments and trysts, the many moods of her love realized through amorous moments of longing or belonging, her strong presence in the Krishna lore and equally in the Sufi narratives, her portrayals in the Ragamala and the Barahmasa traditions of poetry and painting, through the beautiful depictions in miniature paintings as well as popular arts, have captivated our. Seller Inventory # 51514

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ZHANG YU SHU // WEI MAO PING // ZHU JIAN HUA // WEI YU QING // FENG YA LIN

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 485 Publisher: People's Literature Pub. Date :2011-09-01 version 1. German Literature and Literary Criticism (Volume 5) (2011) by Yu-Shu. Wei Mao Ping. Zhu Jianhua. Wei Yuqing. Feng Yalin editor. German Literature and Literary Criticism (Volume 5) (2011). a turning point in German literature. focusing on translations of Monica Malone's place of birth - Berlin. British Geshuerci simple story . Gnter Grass's box camera and the journey from Germany to Germany in: 1990 diary. Christoph Hein's no sea road to India. the king Te Kuna Special in a strange home 3 and turning literary masterpiece. also introduced Sici Zweig's Starry Night. when man. and other works. the 2010 event were reviewed in German literature. Contents: Preface witness. memories and identity reconstruction - Germany literary turn Introduction to birth - after all. Berlin is home - Monica Malone Comment on the place of birth - Berlin simple story (excerpt) Simple story in the simple life - Brief United Kingdom Geshuerci turning novel simple story Adam and Aifei Lin (excerpt) The new legend of Adam and Eve - British Geshuerci work. Adam and Ai Feilin Introduction to the institutionalization of a black cat Saybah moral digestion - talk about the banality of evil The Moon and girls (excerpt) Globalization of the city in the homely little thing - The Moon and girls charm box than lining camera (excerpt) poetry True also - On the Glass autobiographical work box camera from the trip to Germany Germany: 1990 Diary (excerpt) like that do not allow for the differences. the courage and disregard for the high on the - on the Grass from Germany to Germany trip: 1990 diary. Conrad talking capital O crazy escape: the moment or the elsewhere - A Review of Marcus Oates's short story collection in an attempt to escape. way to find a way out of the people - Appreciation way out canal road to dance looking for self - assessment Kesitingheng Zell's novel Canal River Dance. the sea is not the way to go to India to build in the fictional reality and history associated with - Comments Christoph Hein's fable. the sea is not the way to India. the long shadow of the Berlin Wall - appreciate the former East German poet-volt Er Kebu Rao sold the sad song of the paving stones - Dresden Diary (excerpt) mirage burst - read a little Marshall Thomas Rosen literary journal sold paving stone in the home alone in a strange home for the stranger - On Jun Tekunate in a strange home. the Sun Road will do at the happy people a bad memory - read the German writer Thomas Springer Luxi Ke's novel The Sun Road will be done and Simonsen statue cold coffee at 6 am. - Welcome to Miller's poem. Simonsen statue in the glorious history of mankind when the bright stars (excerpt) Introduction When human starry Marcos and Moritz (excerpt) he never received those letters turned bestselling writer. diplomat. his wife - Elizabeth closed sea world gold collection of people and cultural exchanges adventurer - Reading Collection of the world and felt lying tongue lying tongue Introduction bike pack break free from traumatic memories of my childhood nightmare - a novel interpretation of Heidegger g bike pack from my childhood. 2010 German Literature Watch 2010 Literature of the Road He's the image of Symposium of the new century Rhineland notes from the People's Literature Publishing House German Literature Book OverviewFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Seller Inventory # LQ5156

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Stone, Elizabeth Rosen:

Published by Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Delhi (1994)

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About this Item: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Delhi, 1994. 285x220mm 143pp with 282 b&w illustrations. Cloth, very good in lightly worn dustwrapper. Seller Inventory # 6390

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Stone, Elizabeth Rosen

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About this Item: Delhi Motilal Banarsidass 1994, 1994. 4to, pp.xxvii, 143, 282 illustrations. Buddhist Tradition Series, Volume 25. A very good copy in original cloth, dust wrapper. Seller Inventory # 55538

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About this Item: Brookes Publishing. Paperback. Condition: New. 520 pages. Dimensions: 18.4in. x 8.5in. x 1.1in.SAVE 20 when you order this guide during the month of August. Use Savings Code 3NEW0814. Essential for every school health office, this fully illustrated reference is the ultimate guide to caring for and supporting children with special health care needs in educational settings. A comprehensive update of the classic guide school nurses trust, this authoritative book compiles the latest guidelines on working with students with special health care needs, step-by-step procedures for using todays medical technologies, and access to more than 50 reproducible planning forms and checklists. Experts from nursing, medicine, and parent advocacy across the country reviewed and vetted the content, so you can implement the techniques and guidelines with confidence. A must for school nurses and related professionals, this practical reference tool will help schools deliver the services and supports that promote health, safety, and success for children with special health care needs. THE LATEST ON: Supporting students with a wide range of special care needs, such as respiratory concerns, neurological issues, diabetes, allergies, and bladder and kidney issues Safely and skillfully using medical technologies, including feeding tubes, insulin administration devices, baclofen pumps, ventilators, ostomies, intravenous lines, oxygen and more Planning supportive classrooms that meet legal requirements and are well prepared for both everyday care and medical emergencies Collaborating with a students whole health care team to create a family-centered, child-centered health care plan Meeting the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse families Facilitating a students smooth transition from the pediatric to adult health care systems PRACTICAL MATERIALS: More than 100 high-quality illustrations, plus printable online forms and checklists to ensure organized record keeping, training, and program planning. With 50 reproducible materials!Dozens of skills checklists for specific medical technologiesEntrance Process Checklist Individualized Health Care Plan forms Emergency Plan form for students One-Page Portable Medical Summary Template Latex Allergy Checklist for Schools School and Camp Medication Order and more! Not to be combined with any other discounts or offers. Consumer orders only, please. Be sure to reference Savings Code 3NEW0814. Offer is good through August 31, 2014. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781598570632

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Rosen Stone Elizabeth

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About this Item: Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi 1994. Ril. sovracoperta, cm. 22,5x29, pp 143, 282 tav. in b/n. ll libro documenta la nascita del Buddismo Mahayana a Nagarjunakonda in Andhra Pradesh, sito archeologico che ha fornito una ricca fonte di sculture Buddiste.Riccamente illustrato. Seller Inventory # 16580

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About this Item: Sheffield Phoenix Press, United Kingdom, 2010. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. In the last decades, writers and directors have increasingly found the Book of Revelation a fitting cinematic muse for an age beset by possibilities of world destruction. Many apocalyptic films stay remarkably close to the idea of apocalypse as a revelation about the future, often quoting or using imagery from Revelation, as well as its Old Testament antecedents in Daniel, Ezekiel, and Isaiah. The apocalyptic paradigm often instigates social criticism. Kim Paffenroth examines how zombie films deploy apocalyptic language and motifs to critique oppressive values within American culture. Lee Quinby shows how Richard Kelly s Southland Tales critiques not only social and economic crises in the USA but also Revelation s depictions of Good versus Evil as absolute oppositions. Frances Flannery points out how Josh Whedon s Serenity deconstructs the apocalypse precisely by using elements of it, depicting humans as their own created monsters. Jon Stone notes how apocalyptic fictions, while presenting nightmare scenarios, are invariably optimistic, with human ingenuity effectively responding to potential disasters. Mary Ann Beavis examines the device of invented scriptures (pseudapocrypha), deployed as a narrative trope for holding back the final cataclysm. John Walliss studies evangelical Christian films that depict how the endtime scenario will unfold, so articulating and even redefining a sense of evangelical identity. Richard Walsh analyses the surreptitious sanctification of empire that occurs in both Revelation and End of Days under the cover of a blatant struggle with another evil empire. Greg Garrett examines how the eschatological figure of The Son of Man is presented in the Matrix trilogy, the Terminator tetralogy, and Signs. Elizabeth Rosen shows how a postmodern apocalyptic trend has been working its way into children s fiction and film such as The Transformers, challenging the traditionally rigid depictions of good and evil found in many children s stories. This is the first volume in a forthcoming series of 6 titles on The Apocalypse and Popular Culture. Seller Inventory # APC9781907534089

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Published by Sheffield Phoenix Press, United Kingdom (2010)

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About this Item: Sheffield Phoenix Press, United Kingdom, 2010. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.In the last decades, writers and directors have increasingly found the Book of Revelation a fitting cinematic muse for an age beset by possibilities of world destruction. Many apocalyptic films stay remarkably close to the idea of apocalypse as a revelation about the future, often quoting or using imagery from Revelation, as well as its Old Testament antecedents in Daniel, Ezekiel, and Isaiah. The apocalyptic paradigm often instigates social criticism. Kim Paffenroth examines how zombie films deploy apocalyptic language and motifs to critique oppressive values within American culture. Lee Quinby shows how Richard Kelly s Southland Tales critiques not only social and economic crises in the USA but also Revelation s depictions of Good versus Evil as absolute oppositions. Frances Flannery points out how Josh Whedon s Serenity deconstructs the apocalypse precisely by using elements of it, depicting humans as their own created monsters. Jon Stone notes how apocalyptic fictions, while presenting nightmare scenarios, are invariably optimistic, with human ingenuity effectively responding to potential disasters. Mary Ann Beavis examines the device of invented scriptures (pseudapocrypha), deployed as a narrative trope for holding back the final cataclysm. John Walliss studies evangelical Christian films that depict how the endtime scenario will unfold, so articulating and even redefining a sense of evangelical identity. Richard Walsh analyses the surreptitious sanctification of empire that occurs in both Revelation and End of Days under the cover of a blatant struggle with another evil empire. Greg Garrett examines how the eschatological figure of The Son of Man is presented in the Matrix trilogy, the Terminator tetralogy, and Signs. Elizabeth Rosen shows how a postmodern apocalyptic trend has been working its way into children s fiction and film such as The Transformers, challenging the traditionally rigid depictions of good and evil found in many children s stories. This is the first volume in a forthcoming series of 6 titles on The Apocalypse and Popular Culture. Seller Inventory # APC9781907534089

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About this Item: Sheffield Phoenix Press. Hardcover. Condition: New. 190 pages. Dimensions: 9.4in. x 6.2in. x 0.7in.In the last decades, writers and directors have increasingly found the Book of Revelation a fitting cinematic muse for an age beset by possibilities of world destruction. Many apocalyptic films stay remarkably close to the idea of apocalypse as a revelation about the future, often quoting or using imagery from Revelation, as well as its Old Testament antecedents in Daniel, Ezekiel, and Isaiah. The apocalyptic paradigm often instigates social criticism. Kim Paffenroth examines how zombie films deploy apocalyptic language and motifs to critique oppressive values within American culture. Lee Quinby shows how Richard Kellys Southland Tales critiques not only social and economic crises in the USA but also Revelations depictions of Good versus Evil as absolute oppositions. Frances Flannery points out how Josh Whedons Serenity deconstructs the apocalypse precisely by using elements of it, depicting humans as their own created monsters. Jon Stone notes how apocalyptic fictions, while presenting nightmare scenarios, are invariably optimistic, with human ingenuity effectively responding to potential disasters. Mary Ann Beavis examines the device of invented scriptures (pseudapocrypha), deployed as a narrative trope for holding back the final cataclysm. John Walliss studies evangelical Christian films that depict how the endtime scenario will unfold, so articulating and even redefining a sense of evangelical identity. Richard Walsh analyses the surreptitious sanctification of empire that occurs in both Revelation and End of Days under the cover of a blatant struggle with another evil empire. Greg Garrett examines how the eschatological figure of The Son of Man is presented in the Matrix trilogy, the Terminator tetralogy, and Signs. Elizabeth Rosen shows how a postmodern apocalyptic trend has been working its way into childrens fiction and film such as The Transformers, challenging the traditionally rigid depictions of good and evil found in many childrens stories. This is the first volume in a forthcoming series of 6 titles on The Apocalypse and Popular Culture. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Hardcover. Seller Inventory # 9781907534089

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Arundhati Banerji

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About this Item: Kaveri Books, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This Collection Of Sixty-One Papers Contributed By The Scholars From India And Abroad Is In Memory Of Dr H Sarkar Who Retired At Jr Director General, Archaeological Survey Of India. He Is Very Well Known For His Invaluable Contribution To The Field Of Archaeology And Art History. The Papers Included Herein Are The Outcome Of Researches Done On Art, Architecture, Iconography, Epigraphy, Numismatics, Archaeological Explorations And Excavations, Antiquity And Museums, Conservation And Heritage Management, Over The Years Besides Reminiscences From Some Of His Close Friends, Admirers And Associates Who Always Held Dr Sarkar In High Esteem. Bound In Two Volumes, These Papers Are Classified In Eight Sections, Ie Section-I: Haribishnu Sarkar: Reminiscences And Tribute; Section-Ii: Art And Iconography; Section-Iii: Architecture; Section-Iv: Archaeology, Section-V; Epigraphy And Numismatics; Section-Vi: Antiquities And Museums; Section-Vii: Conservation And Heritage Management And Section Viii: Miscellaneous. Contents Volume-I Section-I: Haribishnu Sarkar: Reminiscences And Tribute; Chapter 1: My Friend H Sarkar By M A Dhaky; Chapter 2: Dr Haribishnu Sarkar: A Gentleman Scholar By B D Chattopadhyaya; Chapter 3: Dr H Sarkar By B M Pande; Chapter 4: A Tribute To Sri H Sarkar By V V Krishna Sastry; Chapter 5: Dr H Sarkar: In The Footsteps Of Sri Amalananda Ghosh By Amar Nath Khanna; Chapter 6: Dr Haribishnu Sarkar: A Tribute By Purnima Ray; Section-Ii: Art And Iconography; Chapter 1: Devaraja In Cambodian History By Lokesh Chandra; Chapter 2: An Estimate Of Gupta Terracottas By P K Agrawala; Chapter 3: The Amaravati Master: Spatial Conventions In The Art Of Amaravati By Elizabeth Rosen Stone; Chapter 4: Main Stupa, Udayagiri (Orissa) By Debala Mitra; Chapter 5: The Temple Fragments From Kaveripakkam By M A Dhaky; Chapter 6: Buddhism In The Deccan During The Satavahana Ageby Ajay Mitra Shastri; Chapter 7: Some Remarks On The Freer Panels By Dirk W Lonne; Chapter 8: AjantaS History By Walter M Spink; Chapter 9: Saptaratnas In Buddhism; Their Origin, Function And Depictions By Mallar Mitra; Chapter 10: Pattan Munara: Minar Of Mandir By Michael W Meister; Chapter 11: Early Stone Sculptures Of Tripurantaka In South India By Gerd J R Mevissen; Chapter 12: A Unique Sive-Linga From Navile And Some Cultural Issues By A Sundara; Chapter 13: The Nolamba Style And Vijayanagara Archaizing: The Bhoganandisvara Compound At Nandi, Karnataka By Andrew L Cohen; Chapter 14: A 12Th Century Hoysala Image Of Siva Gajasurasamharamurti From The Amritesvara Temple, Amritapura By Kirsti Evans; Chapter 15: A Newly Discovered Visvarupa Image From Haryana By Devendra Handa; Chapter 16: Hero-Stones At Pushpagiri By D Hanumantha Rao; Chapter 17: Art Of The Paramaras Of Vagada Of Western India By P K Trivedi; Chapter 18: Brahma Image From Elephanta By B V Shetti; Chapter 19: Tripurantaka Siva (Destroyer Of Three Cities) By R Nagaswamy; Chapter 20: Two Rare Images Of Mahachandaroshana From Antichak By B S Verma; Chapter 21: From Graha Vinayaka To Siddhi Vinayaka By V V Krishna Sastry; Chapter 22: Courtesans And Tantric Consorts: Female Sexuality And Fertility In Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Biographies By Serinity Young; Chapter 23: Surya Sculptures From Hampi By K M Suresh; Chapter 24: Bull In Banas Culture By Arundhati Banerji; Section-Iii: Architecture; Chapter 25: Art And Architecture Of Tulunadu By H R Raghunath Bhat; Chapter 26: Inter-Relations In Regional Schools Of Indian Architecture By Krishna Deva; Chapter 27: Roman Influence On Indian Architecture: A Reassessment By D R Das; Chapter 28: Behati: New Light On Gupta Architecture: A Reassessment By D R Das; Chapter 29: Samidhesvata Temple, Chittorgarh By B L Nagarch; Chapter 30: A Star-Shaped Vimana At Hiresinganagutti By Shrinivas V Padigar; Chapter 31: The Virupaksha Temple At Pattadakal: Did Printed Pages: 637. Seller Inventory # 1618

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G Kamalakar

Published by Sharada Pub, Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8188934275 ISBN 13: 9788188934270

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About this Item: Sharada Pub, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I 1. Buddhist schools in early Andhra/Ajay Mitra Shastri. 2. Remarks on Nagarjuna's dates and philosophical position/Alex Wayman. 3. Ideological transformation of Buddhism in early historic Andhra/Aloka Parasher Sen. 4. Walking on the eightfold path is Dhamma/Angraj Choudhary. 5. The Abhidhamma theory of personality/Annapareddy Venkateswara Reddy. 6. Buddhism and Hinduism the Ikshvaku patronage at Nagarjunakonda/Ashvini Agrawal. 7. Buddhism in Andhra Pradesh and Acharya Nagarjuna/A.K. Bandyopadhyay. 8. Buddhist vestiges in and around Thanjavur/T. Chandra Kumar. 9. Spatial conventions in the art of Andhra Pradesh classical influence/Elizabeth Rosen Stone. 10. Life and legends of the Buddha on Amaravati reliefs/Gourisankar De. 11. The sculptural art of Chandavaram/P. Govinda Reddy. 12. Buddha the ninth incarnation of Vishnu/Haripriya Rangarajan. 13. Depiction of the Buddha in Indian miniatures mid 15 century to 19 century/Padmasree Jagdish Mittal. 14. Buddhism vs Jainism in Andhra/G. Jawaharlal. 15. Contribution of Andhradesa to Buddhism (during the centuries AD seventh and eighth)/Kalpakam Sankarnarayan. 16. Singala Sutta the art of living/G. Kamalakar. 17. Buddhist sites in South Coastal Andhra a case study/K.S.B. Kesava. 18. Contribution of Sarahapada Nagarjuna and Aryadeva to Buddhist thought the Tibetan eye view/Kewal Krishan Mittal. 19. Buddhism in Karnataka/M.S. Krishna Murthy. 21. History of Buddhism in Andhra/V.V. Krishna Sastry. 22. Alien cultural motifs in the early Indian art (with special reference to the art of Bharhut Sanchi Amaravati and Nagarjunakonda)/Lavanya Rao. 23. Buddhadatta and Atthakathas/Mahesh Tiwary. 24. Buddhist ethics as expounded in Vinaya Pitaka a study/P.N. Malleswara Rao. 25. Buddhist art of Nagarjunakonda/B.N. Misra. 26. Symbolical representation of the Buddha in the art of Nagarjunakonda/Manjusri Rao. 27. Buddhist society their use and sustenance of trade routes technology and art forms on the basis of antiquarian remains from Madhya Pradesh/J. Manuel and O.P. Misra. 28. Acharya Nagarjuna's philosophical contribution some salient features/G.C. Nayak. 29. Mandhata legend as found depicted in early Buddhist art of Andhra/M.L. Nigam. 30. Buddhist missionaries and Asokan envoys/K.R. Norman. 31. The cult of the bodily relics of the Buddha/K. Padmanabha. 32. A new light on the location of Potalaka and Srimoolavasam the ancient Buddhist centres/S. Padmanabhan. (One Article is Hindi) Vol. II 1. Buddhism and Andhra culture/P.V. Parabrahma Sastry. 2. The Buddhist anticipation of human rights/H.S. Prasad. 3. Buddhism and Christianity an analogy/T.S.V. Prasada Rao. 4. Reaffirmation of Buddha's direct knowledge Nagarjuna and Buddhaghosa/M. Rajagopala Rao. 5. A Buddhist site at Nandalur Adapur in Cuddapah district/N.S. Ramachandra Murthy and K. Venkata Chalam. 6. A critical study of the Hinayana Stupa at Chandavaram/P. Ramachandra Murthy. 7. Some problems of interpretation of Mahayana texts with special reference to Nagarjuna/N.S.S. Raman. 8. Self and suffering in early Buddhism/M.V. Ramkumar Ratnam. 9. Archaeological discoveries at Lumbini the birth place of Lord Buddha/Ram Niwas Pandey. 11. Buddhapada in the early art of Andhradesa/K.P. Rao. 12. Narrative structure and the significance of the Snake Jatakas in Buddhist art/Ratan Parimoo. 13. Narrative art communication of Buddhist ideals/V. Sakuntala. 14. Critical assessment of the idea and ideology of Bodhisattva/K. Satyamurty. 15. Analysis of word and meaning in Madhyamika philosophy/T.R. Sharma. 16. Buddhist art of Amaravati/S.B. Singh. 17. Nagarjuna as author of Suhrullekha and Ratnavali and his eventual center of activity as Southern Kosala/Shohei Ichimura. 18. The cultural relations between Andhradesa and Sri Lanka with special reference to Amaravati and Nagarjunakonda/Siri Saman Wijetunge. 19. Andhras contribution to Mahayana Buddhism/J. Sita Ramamma. 20. Nava Kammikas the early Buddhist sculptors and architects of Andhradesa (200 B.C. Seller Inventory # 57611

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P Chenna Reddy

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About this Item: Research India Press, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/A. Manjulata. About the book. About the editor. Preface. List of contributors. Biographical sketches of V.V. Krishna Sastry 1. A biographical sketch of Dr. V.V. Krishna Sastry and his contribution to archaeological research/P. Chenna Reddy. 2. Dr. V.V. Krishna Sastry My Benevolent Guru/B. Subramanyam. 3. Dr. V.V.K. A Multi faceted personality/V. Partha Saradhy. 4. Curriculum vitae of Krishna Sastry Velury/P. Chenna Reddy. I. Archaeology and literature 1. Palaeo art and ethnographic art a comparative analysis/Robert G. Bednarik. 2. Terminal Pleistocene and early Holocene cultures in the Lower Godavari Valley an ecological approach/M.L.K. Murty. 3. Ochre coloured pottery further investigations into its earliest chrono cultural horizon/C. Margabandhu. 4. Upper Palaeolithic occupation scatters of Adilabad District Andhra Pradesh/Thakur Raja Ram Singh. 5. Antiquity of Ayodhya and historicity of Rama Literary archaeological and scientific perspectives/G.P. Singh. 6. Akhnur and its archaeology/Poonam Chaudhary. 7. Narrative Bas reliefs in Bhaja Cave 22 a new identification/Ajit Kumar. 8. In search of the Malarial history of India the Atharvavedic Experience/Sukla Das. 9. The economy of the early farming communities/V. Partha Saradhy. 10. Kampilya in the light of recent excavations of Indo Italian Team 1/R.P. Sharma. II. Art and Architecture 11. A terracotta figurine of human head from Banavasi Siva/Parvati Devi/A. Sundara. 12. Apsidal Temples in and around Chennai/K.V. Raman and Chithra Madhavan. 13. Origin and deification of Jyestha/Haripriya Rangarajan. 14. Kalyanasundara Murti Sculptures from Khajuraho/K.M. Suresh. 15. Temporal spatial continuity in art some common threads/J. Manuel. 16. Saptamatrikas in the Chola Temples of Chittoor District a comparative iconographical study/P. Neerajakshula Naidu. 17. The sculpture of Andhra Pradesh and Roman imperial imagery/Elizabeth Rosen Stone. 18. Sculptural art of the Kakatiyas/V. Anila Kumari. 19. Garuda in art and literature with special reference to the sculptures in Salar Jung Museum/Balagouni Krishna Goud and M.V. Subrahmanyeswara Sarma. III. Epigraphy and numismatics 20. The Harsha stone inscription a reappraisal/Ratanal Mishra. 21. Unique bilingual seal a key to decode the Indus Writing System/M.V.N. Krishnarao. 22. Religious speculations Gupta coinage/Pranabananda Jash. 23. Factors in the making of early medieval society in India/Shankar Goyal. 24. Epigraphical data on the physicians of medieval Andhradesa/P. Hymavathi. 25. Technical investigations on four coins of the Western Kshatrapas/Swarnakamal Bhowmik. 26. Metals and alloys used for making Andhra coins through the ages/D. Raja Reddy and P. Suryanarayana Reddy. 27. A Persian inscription of the Maratha Ruler Pratap Singh from Nagore Tamil Nadu/M. Ilyas Quddusi. 28. The step well inscriptions of Gujarat a cultural study/Bharati Shelat. 29. Gone into oblivion Gujjar Kheri an unknown art centre of Haryana/Devendra Handa. 30. The system of surface and cubic measures and cubic weights during Wodeyar Rule in Mysore 1610 1748/A. Satyanarayana. 31. Some unreported East India Company coins of the Madras Presidency/Prashant P. Kulkarni. 32. The Vakataka Traikutaka relations/Brahmananda Deshpande. 33. Study of Konayavalasa Hoard of Punch Marked Coins/P. Gayatri. 34. Status of women in Medieval Andhra Society/Ch. Swaroopa Rani. 35. Parvedula inscription of Prataparudra/D. Surya Kumar and K. Jitendra Babu. 36. Urbanization in Rayalaseema under the Rayas of Vijayanagar (AD 1336 1648)/E. Sobhan Babu. 37. Machilipatnam and coastal Andhra during Seventeenth century under the last phase of Qutub Shahi Rule conflict with European traders (based on French Sources)/Turemella Haranath Babu. 38. A newly discovered copper ring of Vijayanagar period/V.V. Subba Reddy. 39. The Chavali inscription of Sadasivaraya Dated 1568 AD/C. Somasundara Rao. 40. Urbanisation in medieval Andhra/K. Suryanarayana. IV. Buddhism 41. A millennium of Budd. Seller Inventory # 69047

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The Journal of Inner Asian Art and Archaeology (JIAA 5) Journal of Inner Asian Art and Archaeology 2010

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About this Item: Brepols Publishers 0, Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung. Softcover. Condition: Verlagsfrisch New copy. Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung (illustrator). Verlagsfrisch New copy The Journal of Inner Asian Art and Archaeology (JIAA 5) Journal of Inner Asian Art and Archaeology 2010 224 p., 257 b/w ill. + 20 colour ill., 215 x 280 mm, 2012 ISBN: 978-2-503-53336-0 Languages: English Paperback The publication is available. Table of Contents Articles Aleksandr NAYMARK, Drachms of Bukhar Khuda Khunak Zafar PAIMAN/Michael ALRAM, "Tepe Naranj: A Royal Monastery on the High Ground of Kabul, with a Commentary on the Coinage" ZHANG He, "Preliminary Study of the Carpets from Sampul, Khotan" DUAN Qing, "The Inscriptions on the Sampul Carpets" CHING Chao-jung and OGIHARA Hirotoshi, "A Tocharian B Sale Contract on a Wooden Tablet" Giuseppe VIGNATO, "Inter-relationship of Sites, Districts, Groups and Individual Caves in Kucha" Satomi HIYAMA, "A New Identification of the Murals of Cave 118 (Hippokampenhöhle), Kizil, as the Story of King Mandhatar" Nancy Shatzman STEINHARDT, "Demons on Lintels: Zoomorph and Meaning in Shanxi Province" Philip DENWOOD, "Tibetan Arts and The Tibetan 'Dark Age,' 842-996 CE" Reviews St John Simpson, The Begram Hoard: Indian Ivories from Afghanistan. London: The British Museum Press, 2011 (Elizabeth Rosen Stone) Historisches Museum der Pfalz Speyer. Hunnen zwischen Asien und Europa. Aktuelle Forschungen zur Archäologie und Kultur der Hunnen. (Beiträge zur Ur- und Frühgeschichte Mitteleuropas 50) Langenweissbach: Beier & Beran, 2008 (Sören Stark). Buch. Seller Inventory # 7101

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J. Lerner, L. Russell-Smith (eds.)

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About this Item: Brepols Publishers 0, Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung. Softcover. Condition: Verlagsfrisch New copy. Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung (illustrator). Verlagsfrisch New copy Aristoteles The Journal of Inner Asian Art and Archaeology (JIAA 3) Journal of Inner Asian Art and Archaeology 2008 J. Lerner, L. Russell-Smith (eds.) 231 p., 198 b/w ill. + 111 colour ill., 215 x 280 mm, 2009 ISBN: 978-2-503-52804-5 Languages: English Paperback The publication is available. Table of Contents: Philip Denwood, The Tibetans in the West, Part I - Géza Fehérvári, The Lions of Ghazni - Imre Galambos, The Third Otani Expedition at Dunhuang. Acquisition of the Japanese Collection of Dunhuang Manuscripts - Sascha Priewe, The 'Stein Loan Collection': Ceramics and Buddhist Art from the Silk Roads in the Victoria and Albert Museum - Elizabeth Rosen Stone, Some Begram Ivories and the South Indian Narrative Tradition: New Evidence The Kingdom of Khotan to AD 1000: A Meeting of Cultures Ursula Sims-Williams, Introduction Duan Qing, Bisa- and Halaa- in a New Chinese-Khotanese Bilingual Document - Hiroshi Kumamoto, A St. Petersburg Bilingual Document and Problems of the Chronology of Khotan - Mauro Maggi and Anna Filigenzi, Pelliot tibétain 2222: a Dunhuang Painting with a Khotanese Inscription - Giuliana Martini, Tracing the sources of the Bookf of Zambasta: the Case of the Yaksa Painter Smile and the Ratnakuta - Rong Xinjiang and Wen Xin, Newly Discovered Chinese-Khotanese Bilingual Tallies - Prods Oktor Skjærvø, The End of Eighth-Century Khotan in Its Texts - Tsuguhito Takeuchi, Tshar, srang, and tshan: Administrative Units in Tibetan-ruled Khotan - Zhang Guangda and Rong Xinjiang, On the Dating of Khotanese Documents from the Area of Khotan - Zhang Yuzhong, Qu Tao and Liu Guorui, A Newly Discovered Buddhist Temple and Wall Paintings at Dandan-Uiliq in Xinjiang - Zhao Feng and Wang Le, Textiles and Clothing Excavated from the Tombs of Buzak in Khotan BOOK REVIEWS Elena E. Kuz'mina, The Origin of the Indo-Iranians and E. E. Kuzmina, The Prehistory of the Silk Road (Burzine Waghmar) Prudence O. Harper, In Search of a Cultural Identity: Monuments and Artifacts of the Sasanian Near East, 3rd to 7th Century A.D. (St. John Simpson) LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS. Buch. Seller Inventory # 2667

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Arundhati Banerji

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ISBN 10: 8174790756 ISBN 13: 9788174790750

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About this Item: Kaveri, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Foreword by Kapila Vatsyayan. Preface. I. Haribishnu Sarkar Reminiscences and tribute 1. My friend H. Sarkar/M.A. Dhaky. 2. Dr. Haribishnu Sarkar a gentleman scholar/B.D. Chattopadhyaya. 3. Dr. H. Sarkar/B.M. Pande. 4. A tribute to Sri H. Sarkar/V.V. Krishna Sastry. 5. Dr. H. Sarkar in the footsteps of Sri Amalananda Ghosh/Amar Nath Khanna. 6. Dr. Haribishnu Sarkar a tribute/Purnima Ray. II. Art and iconography 1. Devaraja in Cambodian history/Lokesh Chandra. 2. An estimate of Gupta terracottas/P.K. Agrawala. 3. The Amaravati Master spatial conventions in the art of Amaravati/Elizabeth Rosen Stone. 4. Main Stupa Udayagiri (Orissa)/Debala Mitra. 5. The temple fragments from Kaveripakkam/M.A. Dhaky. 6. Buddhism in the Deccan during the Satavahana age/Ajay Mitra Shastri. 7. Some remarks on the Freer Panels/Dirk W. Lonne. 8. Ajanta's history/Walter M. Spink. 9. Saptaratnas in Buddhism their origin function and depictions/Mallar Mitra. 10. Pattan Munara Minar or Mandir/Michael W. Meister. 11. Early stone sculptures of Tripurantaka in South India/Gerd J.R. Mevissen. 12. A unique Siva linga from Navile and some cultural issues/A. Sundara. 13. The Nolamba style and Vijayanagara Archaizing the Bhoganandisvara compound at Nandi Karnataka/Andrew L. Cohen. 14. A 12 century Hoysala image of Siva Gajasurasamharamurti from the Amritesvara Temple Amritapura/Kirsti Evans. 15. A newly discovered Visvarupa image from Haryana/Devendra Handa. 16. Hero stones at Pushpagiri/D. Hanumantha Rao. 17. Art of the Paramaras of Vagada of Western India/P.K. Trivedi. 18. Brahma image from elephanta/B.V. Shetti. 19. Tripurantaka Siva (destroyer of three cities)/R. Nagaswamy. 20. Two rare images of Mahachandaroshana from Antichak/B.S. Verma. 21. From Graha Vinayaka to Siddhi Vinayaka/V.V. Krishna Sastry. 22. Courtesans and tantric consorts female sexuality and fertility in Indo Tibetan Buddhist Biographies/Serinity Young. 23. Surya sculptures from Hampi/K.M. Suresh. 24. Bull in Banas culture/Arundhati Banerji. III. Architecture 25. Art and architecture of Tulunadu/H.R. Raghunath Bhat. 26. Inter relations in regional schools of Indian architecture/Krishna Deva. 27. Roman influence on Indian architecture a reassessment/D.R. Das. 28. Behati new light on Gupta architecture in Madhya Pradesh/D. Dayalan. 29. Samidhesvara Temple Chittorgarh/B.L. Nagarch. 30. A star shaped Vimana at Hiresinganagutti/Shrinivas V. Padigar. 31. The Virupaksha temple at Pattadakal Did Pallava architect build it/S. Rajasekhara. 32. Intercultural relationship of the sacred architecture in Travancore/Falk Reitz. Vol. II IV. Archaeology 33. The left over of Palaeolithic man in and around Betwa River Valley U.P./Sangita Chakraborty and Nayan Ananda Chakraborty. 34. Aspects of prehistoric astronomy in India/N. Kameswara Rao. 35. Recent exploration along the Narmada/V. Shivananda. 36. Neolithic ceramic industries of North Eastern and Central Eastern India/J.S. Nigam. 37. Harappan landscape of Western India/M.K. Dhavalikar. 38. Who were the Aryas/Susri M. Vikram and Arun Kumar. 39. Namana Chalcolithic settlement in Hadoti Region of Rajasthan/D.N. Dimri and Rajendra Yadav. 40. Current perspectives on the Megalithic culture of South India/Udayaravi S. Moorti. 41. Iron technology in Eastern India archaeometallurgical studies/Pranab K. Chattopadhyay. 42. Archaeological investigations in District Sravasti Uttar Pradesh/D.P. Tewari and B.K. Pandey. 43. Excavations at Sarnath some reflections regarding early phase stratigraphy and architecture/B.R. Mani. 44. The Kunindas and their archaeology in Garhwal Himalaya/B.M. Khanduri. 45. Recent excavation at Udayagiri a revelation/Bimal Bandyopadhyay. 46. Colonial Indology and some Non Indian critics/Dilip K. Chakrabarti. V. Epigraphy and numismatics 47. Two donations in favour of the Mahasanghikas of Mathura/Gouriswar Bhattacharya. 48. Agriculture and industries as gleaned from place names in Kalachuri inscriptions/Malati Mahajan. 49. Maharasht. Seller Inventory # 58996

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Anila Verghese & Anna L. Dallapiccola (Eds)

Published by Aryan Books International, New Delhi, India (2015)

ISBN 10: 8173055335 ISBN 13: 9788173055331

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About this Item: Aryan Books International, New Delhi, India, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. These two volumes of papers by a galaxy of scholars are a tribute to the eminent art historian Dr. Devangana Desai, who has made an invaluable contribution in the field of Indian art, iconology and architecture. The thirty-seven thematic essays in Art, Icon and Architecture in South Asia include many by senior and very illustrious scholars as well as some by younger researchers who are now making their mark. They are divided into five broad groups, in each the essays are arranged in a more or less chronological order. The first comprises four articles relating to Buddhist monuments and icons. The second group is the largest with seventeen essays that explore different aspects of iconography, images and narrative reliefs. The next is a set of nine papers on monuments, ranging from temples, to the transmission of architectural knowledge and even to water structures. The following group includes four papers that relate to painting, three of them touch on south Indian murals and one on miniature painting. The last group comprises three papers of a more general nature, dealing with the portrayal of women in Indian art, rasa, and the leap required to be made from iconography to iconology. The inclusion of the latter paper is significant given the seminal contribution that Dr. Devangana Desai has made to iconology through her book Religious Imagery of Khajuraho (1996). Bringing together as it does a large number of papers on a variety of themes related to Indian art, architecture and iconography, this book will be of much interest both to scholars as well as to students of art and aesthetics of South Asia. Contributors of Thematic Essays: ? Buddhist Monuments and Icons: M.K. Dhavalikar, Pratapaditya Pal, Elizabeth Rosen Stone, Suraj A. Pandit. ? Iconography, Narrative Sculpture and Images: Doris Meth Srinivasan, Devendra Handa, Amy G. Poster, Haripriya Rangarajan, Gouriswar Bhattacharya, Gerd J.R. Mevissen, Gauri Parimoo Krishnan, Tamara I. Sears, Parul Pandya Dhar, Preeta Nayar, Himanshu Prabha Ray, A.P. Jamkhedkar, Kumud Kanitkar, Madhu Khanna, S.R. Sarma, Crispin Branfoot, Shridhar Andhare. ? Monuments (Architecture): K.L. Mankodi, Michael W. Meister, Adam Hardy, Nachiket Chanchani, Arvind K. Singh, Amrendra K. Singh, Snehal Shah, Purnima Srikrishna, Jutta Jain-Neubauer. ? Painting: George Michell, B.N. Goswamy, Anna L. Dallapiccola, Anila Verghese. ? General Themes: Harsha V. Dehejia, Kamal Giri, Ratan Parimoo. Printed Pages: 590 with 54 colour & 274 b/w illustrations. Seller Inventory # 118001

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