Equipment for Living

Equipment for Living is also a wonderful guide to essential poetry and popular music.

Equipment for Living

Author: Michael Robbins

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1476747091

Page: 224

View: 734

Brilliant, illuminating criticism from a superstar poet—a refreshing, insightful look at how works of art, specifically poetry and popular music, can serve as essential tools for living. How can art help us make sense—or nonsense—of the world? If wrong life cannot be lived rightly, as Theodor Adorno had it, what weapons and strategies for living wrongly can art provide? With the same intelligence that animates his poetry, Michael Robbins addresses this weighty question while contemplating the idea of how strange it is that we need art at all. Ranging from Prince to Def Leppard, Lucille Clifton to Frederick Seidel, Robbins’s mastery of poetry and popular music shines in Equipment for Living. He has a singular ability to illustrate points with seemingly disparate examples (Friedrich Kittler and Taylor Swift, to W.B. Yeats and Anna Kendrick’s “Cups”). Robbins weaves a discussion on poet Juliana Spahr with the different subsets of Scandinavian black metal, illuminating subjects in ways that few scholars can achieve. Equipment for Living is also a wonderful guide to essential poetry and popular music.

Equipment for Living

This collection organizes reviews across the wide range of fields that Burke engages, including literature, literary criticism, history, politics, philosophy, sociology, and biography.

Equipment for Living

Author: Kenneth Burke

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781602351448

Page: 660

View: 917

Kenneth Burke has been widely praised as one of the sharpest readers of Shakespeare, Freud, and Marx, among others. He was also well known for turning his many book reviews into essays and excursions of his own, in the interest of tracking down the implications of terminologies and concepts, all the while grappling with some of the greatest minds of the twentieth century. EQUIPMENT FOR LIVING: THE LITERARY REVIEWS OF KENNETH BURKE collects the bulk of his literary reviews, many of them reprinted here for the first time and positioning them as scholarship in their own right. In over 150 reviews, Burke explores poetic, fictional, and critical works to discern the nature of aesthetics, rhetoric, communication, literary theory, sociology, and literature as equipment for living. Along the way, he encounters some of the finest literary and critical minds of his day, including writers such as William Carlos Williams, e. e. cummings, T. S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Gertrude Stein, Thomas Mann, Virginia Woolf, Ernest Hemingway, Shirley Jackson, Henry Miller, and Marianne Moore; and critics and philosophers such as John Dewey, J. L. Austin, Marshall McLuhan, Edmund Wilson, I. A. Richards, Denis Donoghue, Wayne Booth, Harold Bloom, Van Wyck Brooks, Waldo Frank, and Alfred North Whitehead. This collection organizes reviews across the wide range of fields that Burke engages, including literature, literary criticism, history, politics, philosophy, sociology, and biography. NATHANIEL A. RIVERS (PhD, Purdue University) is Assistant Professor of English at Georgetown University. RYAN P. WEBER, (PhD, Purdue University) is Assistant Professor of English at Penn State Altoona. Together, they received the Emergent Scholar Award from the Kenneth Burke Society in 2005.

Equipment for Living

Barry Brummett. Equipment for Living EQUIPMENT FOR LIVING “Literature is
equipment for living.” Kenneth Burke,. Front Cover.

Equipment for Living

Author: Barry Brummett

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1365976602

Page: 76

View: 745

Barry Brummett is a resident of Austin, TX and teaches at the University of Texas at Austin. This is his first book of poetry. His poems are grouped into general themes of nature, life, and death. The title is taken from a book chapter by the poet, novelist, and theorist Kenneth Burke. Literature, including poems, are "equipment for living," we turn to literature of all sorts to get us through life. Elsewhere Burke says that poems help "get things placed." That is my goal in writing poetry.

Stories as Equipment for Living

Until now , news of Myerhoff ' s Fairfax work has been carried primarily on the
airwaves of oral tradition , on videotapes of the film In Her Own Time , and on
audiotapes of her presentations . Stories as Equipment for Living crystallizes her
final ...

Stories as Equipment for Living

Author: Barbara G. Myerhoff

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 9780472069705

Page: 209

View: 512

Barbara Myerhoff's groundbreaking work in reflexivity and narrative ethnography broke with tradition by focusing not on the raw ethnographic data, but on her interaction with those she studied. Myerhoff's unfinished projects, including her final talks on storytelling, ritual, and the "culture of aging and Yiddishkeit," offer a magisterial summary of her life's work. "The beauty of Stories as Equipment for Living is the quality of being a compilation of rescued fragments, bits and pieces of a great master's writing and thinking that were coming towards synthesis but had never reached a finished form prior to her death. This collection is an examination of the place of narrative in human life, the synthetic nature of culture and the constant search for visibility particularly by those relegated for one reason or another to the margins. A thought-provoking book worthy of extended reflection." ---Jack Kugelmass, Professor of Anthropology and Director of Jewish Studies, University of Florida "Stories as Equipment for Living achieves a nice balance between preserving Myerhoff's work in its original form and reconstructed contexts, but presenting it in a manner relevant to readers a generation after her death. The book documents Myerhoff's growing involvement with Jewish culture, the actual process of anthropological work through field notes, and the picture of how she always was bouncing the fine details of this combined professional and personal venture off the 'big questions' of anthropology in its broadest sense." ---Harvey E. Goldberg, Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, Hebrew University, Israel "These essays capture the rhythm of Barbara Myerhoff's words and her vivid and distinctive train of thought, bringing the reader into the classroom of one of anthropology's finest lecturers. As an anthropologist with a poet's gift for language, she utilizes the tools of ethnography and extraordinary powers of observation---a remarkable 'ethnographic eye'---to explore the outward expressions and inner lives of the Fairfax neighborhood of L.A. These stories are not only glorious introductions to the study of culture, but provide in their revelations a reason for studying it. They are required reading for anyone passionate to know what an anthropologist can teach us about communities and ultimately about ourselves." ---Steve Zeitlin, Director, City Lore: The New York Center for Urban Folk Culture "Master of the third voice, the voice of collaboration, Myerhoff is at once a consummate listener and inspired storyteller. This book offers a rare and luminous opening into the working process and wisdom of one of the great anthropologists of the twentieth century." ---Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Professor of Performance Studies at New York University and coauthor of They Called Me Mayer July: Painted Memories of a Jewish Childhood in Poland Before the Holocaust "Myerhoff and her collaborators have given her 'Hasidim,' her disciples old and new, a final and precious gift." ---Jonathan Boyarin, The Robert M. Beren Distinguished Professor of Modern Jewish Studies at the University of Kansas and author of Thinking in Jewish Barbara Myerhoff was a renowned anthropologist who did pioneering work in gerontology, Jewish studies, folklore, and narrative anthropology. She is best known for her ethnography of and personal involvement with a community of elderly immigrant Jews in California. Her writings and lectures have had an enormous impact on all of these areas of study, and her books are widely celebrated, especially Number Our Days, whose companion documentary film won an Academy Award. Marc Kaminsky is a psychotherapist, a poet, a writer, and the former codirector of the Institute on Humanities, Arts and Aging of the Brookdale Center on Aging. Mark Weiss is a writer, an editor, a translator, and a poet; his books include the widely praised Across the Line/Al Otro Lado. Deena Metzger is a novelist, a poet, and the founding codirector (with Marc Kaminsky) of the Myerhoff Center. Thomas R. Cole is the Beth and Toby Grossman Professor and Director of the McGovern Center for Health, Humanities, and the Human Spirit at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, and a Professor of Humanities in the Department of Religious Studies at Rice University; his expertise lies in the history of aging and humanistic gerontology.

Kid Stuff

Equipment for Living How Popular Music Fits in the Lives of Youth Peter G .
Christenson a few years ago my son , who was then eight , developed a
fascination with rap music in general and with the controversial artist Snoop
Doggy Dogg in ...

Kid Stuff

Author: Diane Ravitch

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9780801873270

Page: 267

View: 803

The author draws on thirty years of research to paint a startling portrait of entertainment violence and its target audience, children, gauging the dangers of "tox pop" on the nationÆs youth. (Social Science)

Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings

bOr dining or family or recreation room. ccIt is assumed that there is no entrance
door leading from the corridor to the living unit. ddCriterion applies to the partition
. Doors in corridor partitions must have the rating of the partition, not vice versa.

Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings

Author: Walter T. Grondzik

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118867181

Page: 1856

View: 759

The definitive guide to environmental control systems, updated with emerging technology and trends The Interactive Resource Center is an online learning environment where instructors and students can access the tools they need to make efficient use of their time, while reinforcing and assessing their understanding of key concepts for successful understanding of the course. An access card with redemption code for the online Interactive Resource Center is included with all new, print copies or can be purchased separately. (***If you rent or purchase a used book with an access code, the access code may have been redeemed previously and you may have to purchase a new access code ISBN: 978111899616-4). The online Interactive Resource Center contains resources tied to the book, such as: Interactive Animations Interactive Self-tests Interactive Flashcards Case Studies Respondus Testbank (instructors only) Instructor’s Manual (over 200 pages) including additional resources (Instructors only) Roadmap to the 12th Edition (Instructors only) Student Guide to the Textbook Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, Twelfth Edition is the industry standard reference that comprehensively covers all aspects of building systems. With over 2,200 drawings and photographs, the book discusses basic theory, preliminary building design guidelines, and detailed design procedure for buildings of all sizes. The updated twelfth edition includes over 300 new illustrations, plus information on the latest design trends, codes, and technologies, while the companion website offers new interactive features including animations, additional case studies, quizzes, and more. Environmental control systems are the components of a building that keep occupants comfortable and help make the building work. Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings covers both active controls, like air conditioners and heaters, as well as passive controls like daylighting and natural ventilation. Because these systems comprise the entire energy use and costs of a building's life, the book stresses the importance of sustainability considerations during the design process, by both architects and builders. Authored by two leading green design educators, MEEB provides the most current information on low-energy architecture, including topics like: Context, comfort, and environmental resources Indoor air quality and thermal control Illumination, acoustics, and electricity Fire protection, signal systems, and transportation Occupant comfort and building usability are the most critical factors in the success of a building design, and with environmental concerns mounting, it's becoming more and more important to approach projects from a sustainable perspective from the very beginning. As the definitive guide to environmental control systems for over 75 years, Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings is a complete resource for students and professionals alike.

The Rhetorical Power of Popular Culture

The critic's ultimate goal is to understand the motives we use to justify our actions,
particularly when those actions conflict with society's behavioral norms. Popular
culture texts viewed through a dramatistic lens function as “equipment for living ...

The Rhetorical Power of Popular Culture

Author: Deanna D. Sellnow

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1412915414

Page: 199

View: 469

This introductory textbook unites the study of rhetoric with the persuasive potential of today's 'texts' in popular culture. By providing students with a means by which to understand why popular texts are important to study-as well as how to examine these texts' underlying messages from a variety of rhetorical perspectives-Deanna Sellnow helps readers become critical consumers of the many popular culture texts that influence them in their daily lives.Features &BAD:amp; Benefits:This textbook unites rhetorical criticism with mediated popular cultural texts (e.g., film, television, rap music) in ways that relate directly to the experiences of people in society today. Each chapter is devoted to one theoretical perspective (e.g., narrative, dramatistic, Marxist, feminist, illusion of life, visual pleasure, media effects) Each chapter provides (a) an explana¡tion of a particular rhetorical theory, (b) examples of messages the theory reveals when applied to vari¡ous contemporary popular culture texts, (c) embedded ôapplying what youÆve learnedö opportuni¡ties for students to practice examining a specific film, television program, song, or adver¡tisement using the theory, (d) one or two scholarly articles that use the theory to examine a popular culture text, (e) one or two sample student papers that use the theory to examine a popu¡lar culture text, and (f) an end-of-chapter challenge posed to students to examine in depth a contempo¡rary artifact using the concepts described in the chapter Each chapter opens with reflective questions to guide students to about specific examples as read the chapter.

Media Marathoning

5. Equipment. for. Living. Morally. The previous chapters have elucidated some
common structural features of immersive, transportative narratives, but I haven't
yet covered their substance, the values contained therein. The second half of the
 ...

Media Marathoning

Author: Lisa Glebatis Perks

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 0739196758

Page: 246

View: 945

Media Marathoning analyzes readers’ focused engagement with story worlds. Drawing from qualitative studies of marathoners and textual analysis of commonly marathoned stories, this book presents a holistic look at the rewards, costs, and values that course through many marathoners’ experiences to chart the cultural implications of media marathoning.

Disability Sport

This database provides recreation and sport information and equipment
manufacturer information. • ABLEDATA, available online at www.abledata.com.
This database provides assistive technologies for daily living and recreation.

Disability Sport

Author: Karen P. DePauw

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 9780736046381

Page: 395

View: 335

Disability Sport, Second Edition, provides a comprehensive and practical look at the past, present, and future of disability sport. Topics covered are inclusive of youth through adult participation with in-depth coverage of the essential issues involving athletes with disabilities. This new edition has updated references and new chapter-opening outlines that assist with individual study and class discussions. The book contains an up-to-date and comprehensive synthesis of information on -disability sport in its historical context; -organizations, competitions, and sport opportunities for athletes with disabilities; -international perspectives; and -coaching and training of athletes with disabilities, including sports medicine issues, activity modifications, equipment uses, and event management for both adults and children. In addition, the book addresses current challenges and controversies in disability sport (e.g., inclusion and integration, classification, ethics issues, doping, and equity issues) and looks into the future of disability sport. It includes minibiographies of standouts in disability sport from around the world. Students and professionals can use Disability Sport, Second Edition, as a springboard to further research; as an up-to-date reference; and as a tool in working with, or preparing to work with, athletes with disabilities.

Living in a Low Carbon Society in 2050

Robert Mckeetells us that stories are human 'equipment for living'. Hegoes onto
say 'Our appetite for story is a reflection oftheprofound human needto grasp the
patterns ofliving,not merelyasan intellectual exercise,but within avery personal, ...

Living in a Low Carbon Society in 2050

Author: H. Herring

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137264896

Page: 231

View: 313

Combining theory, case studies and speculative fiction, a range of contributors, from leading UK academics to pioneering renewable activists, create a compelling picture of the potential perks and pitfalls of a low carbon future.

Annual Housing Survey

29 200 With heating equipment 28 400 No rooms closed 27 400 Owner occupled
Closed certain rooms 800 With specified heating equipment Living room onlyNo
rooms lacking air ducts , registers , radiators , or heaters Dining room only ...

Annual Housing Survey

Author: United States. Bureau of the Census

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

View: 306

Uptown Conversation

8 The notion of equipment in the cultural arena provides a key trope for the
current analysis. ... In his essay "Literature as Equipment for Living" Burke
claimed, "Art forms like "tragedy" or "comedy" or "satire" would be treated as
equipments [sic] ...

Uptown Conversation

Author: Professor of English and African-American Studies Robert O'Meally

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231123518

Page: 427

View: 857

'Uptown Conversation' asserts that jazz is not only a music to define, it is a culture. The essays illustrate how for more than a century jazz has initiated a call and response across art forms, geographies, and cultures, inspiring musicians, filmmakers,painters and poets.

Current Housing Reports

A group of rooms , or a single room is regarded as a housing unit when it is
occupied as separate living quarters , that is ... the outside or through a common
hall , or ( 2 ) a kitchen or cooking equipment for the exclusive use of the
occupants .

Current Housing Reports

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

View: 454

Assisted Living Administration

Suppose the administrator of Lakeside Assisted Living wants to learn if enough
funds are available to purchase $ 60,000 worth of capital equipment for the
health care area . Where can this information be found ? The net income for the
month ...

Assisted Living Administration

Author: James E. Allen

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826115164

Page: 541

View: 223

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1960 Census of Housing

Data on Tenure, Rent, Value, Equipment, Condition, Plumbing, Etc. States and
small areas. HOUSING UNIT DETERMINATION ... Please be sure to list All
members of your family living with you , including babies . All other relatives living
here .

1960 Census of Housing

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

View: 497

Cook and Hussey s Assistive Technologies E Book

... and Aids Subsidy Living Equipment Equipment Independence Territory
Equipment for Disabled Equipment Equipment ... (PADP) Program Program (
CAEP) Equipment (ACTESS) (TIME) Scheme Eligibility Resident of Resident of
Permanent ...

Cook and Hussey s Assistive Technologies  E Book

Author: Albert M. Cook

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 0323266304

Page: 592

View: 364

Master the assistive strategies you need to make confident clinical decisions and help improve the quality of life for people with disabilities with the latest edition of this comprehensive text. Based on the Human Activity Assistive Technology (HAAT) model developed by the authors, the book provides detailed coverage of the broad range of devices, services, and practices that comprise assistive technology and focuses on the relationship between the human user and the assisted activity within specific contexts. This title includes additional digital media when purchased in print format. For this digital book edition, media content may not be included

The Jazz Cadence of American Culture

... the function of the storyteller. And you know what that is, I've already told you:
it's to provide “basic equipment for living.” Basic equipment for living, a basic
pattern for you to aspire to, to raise you out of being an amoeba or something like
 ...

The Jazz Cadence of American Culture

Author: Robert C. O'Meally

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231104494

Page: 665

View: 441

Offers thirty-five essays on jazz and the blues, their relationships to other arts, and what they reveal about American society