The New Humanities Reader

The New Humanities Reader
Author by: Richard E. Miller,Kurt Spellmeyer
Release: 2013-12-29
Editor: Wadsworth
Pages: 570
ISBN: 1285428994
Language: un
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THE NEW HUMANITIES READER presents 25 challenging and important essays from diverse fields that address current global issues. This cross-disciplinary anthology helps readers attain the analytical skills necessary to become informed citizens. Ideas and research from wide-ranging sources provide opportunities for readers to synthesize materials and formulate their own ideas and solutions. The thought-provoking selections engage and encourage readers to make connections for themselves as they think, read, and write about the events that are likely to shape their lives. The fifth edition includes nearly 50 percent new reading selections, which continue to make this text current, globally oriented, interdisciplinary, and probing.

The New Humanities Reader with 2016 MLA Update Card

The New Humanities Reader  with 2016 MLA Update Card
Author by: Richard E. Miller,Kurt Spellmeyer
Release: 2016-08-16
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 608
ISBN: 1337284637
Language: un
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THE NEW HUMANITIES READER presents 25 challenging and important essays from diverse fields that address current global issues. This cross-disciplinary anthology helps you attain the analytical skills necessary to become informed citizens. Ideas and research from wide-ranging sources provide opportunities for you to synthesize materials and formulate your own ideas and solutions. The thought-provoking selections engage and encourage you to make connections for yourself as you think, read, and write about the events that are likely to shape your life. The fifth edition includes nearly 50 percent new selections, which continue to make this text current, globally oriented, interdisciplinary, and probing. Each student text is packaged with a free Cengage Essential Reference Card to the MLA HANDBOOK, Eighth Edition.

The New Humanities Reader

The New Humanities Reader
Author by: Richard Earl Miller,Kurt Spellmeyer
Release: 2005
Editor: Houghton Mifflin College Division
Pages: 712
ISBN: 0618568220
Language: un
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The New Humanities Reader presents 32 challenging and important essays from diverse fields that address current global issues. The authors contend that there is a crisis within the humanities today due to specialization within narrow fields of scholarship, resulting in a higher education system that produces students who lack the general cross-disciplinary knowledge needed to better understand today's complex world. The selections encourage students to synthesize and think critically about ideas and research formerly kept apart. This approach challenges readers to resist mimetic thinking and instead creatively connect ideas to help them understand and retain what they read. Through this process of reading, discussing, and writing, students develop the analytical skills necessary to become informed citizens. Focused on today's issues, the selections represent both well-known nonfiction authors and newly published writers and are drawn from such periodicals as The New Yorker and Natural History and from best-selling books including Reading Lolita in Tehran, Fast Food Nation, and Into the Wild. Students will be engaged by reading and rereading, analyzing and working with these selections not simply because they are models of good writing, but because they are also deeply thought-provoking pieces that invite readers to respond.

The New Humanities Reader with MLA 2021 Update Card

The New Humanities Reader with  MLA 2021 Update Card
Author by: Richard E. Miller,Kurt Spellmeyer
Release: 2021-07-14
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 329
ISBN: 0357792599
Language: un
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THE NEW HUMANITIES READER presents 25 challenging and important essays from diverse fields that address current global issues. This cross-disciplinary anthology helps you attain the analytical skills necessary to become informed citizens. Ideas and research from wide-ranging sources provide opportunities for you to synthesize materials and formulate your own ideas and solutions. The thought-provoking selections engage and encourage you to make connections for yourself as you think, read, and write about the events that are likely to shape your life. The fifth edition includes nearly 50 percent new selections, which continue to make this text current, globally oriented, interdisciplinary, and probing. Each student text is packaged with a free Cengage Essential Reference Card to the MLA HANDBOOK, Eighth Edition.

The New Humanities Reader

The New Humanities Reader
Author by: Richard Earl Miller,Kurt Spellmeyer
Release: 2012
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 546
ISBN: 1133234739
Language: un
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The New Humanities Reader

The New Humanities Reader
Author by: Richard Earl Miller,Kurt Spellmeyer
Release: 2000
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 700
ISBN: 0618095330
Language: un
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The New Humanities Reader Enhanced Insite for Handbook 1 semester Access

The New Humanities Reader   Enhanced Insite for Handbook  1 semester Access
Author by: Anonim
Release: 2021
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 329
ISBN: 1285994337
Language: un
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Health Humanities Reader

Health Humanities Reader
Author by: Therese Jones,Delese Wear,Lester D. Friedman
Release: 2014-08-28
Editor: Rutgers University Press
Pages: 448
ISBN: 9780813573670
Language: en
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Over the past forty years, the health humanities, previously called the medical humanities, has emerged as one of the most exciting fields for interdisciplinary scholarship, advancing humanistic inquiry into bioethics, human rights, health care, and the uses of technology. It has also helped inspire medical practitioners to engage in deeper reflection about the human elements of their practice. In Health Humanities Reader, editors Therese Jones, Delese Wear, and Lester D. Friedman have assembled fifty-four leading scholars, educators, artists, and clinicians to survey the rich body of work that has already emerged from the field—and to imagine fresh approaches to the health humanities in these original essays. The collection’s contributors reflect the extraordinary diversity of the field, including scholars from the disciplines of disability studies, history, literature, nursing, religion, narrative medicine, philosophy, bioethics, medicine, and the social sciences. With warmth and humor, critical acumen and ethical insight, Health Humanities Reader truly humanizes the field of medicine. Its accessible language and broad scope offers something for everyone from the experienced medical professional to a reader interested in health and illness.

Dodds Ready Reference Handbook 4th Ed Miller The New Humanities Reader 2nd Ed

Dodds Ready Reference Handbook 4th Ed   Miller The New Humanities Reader 2nd Ed
Author by: ANONIMO
Release: 2007-09-20
Editor: Houghton Mifflin College Division
Pages: 329
ISBN: 0547090862
Language: un
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Working in America

Working in America
Author by: Robert Sessions,Jack Wortman
Release: 1992
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 520
ISBN: UOM:39076001241590
Language: en
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An anthology of readings that explore the work ethic and define the demands of the contemporary workplace.

Writing at the End of the World

Writing at the End of the World
Author by: Richard E. Miller
Release: 2005-10-23
Editor: University of Pittsburgh Pre
Pages: 248
ISBN: 9780822972846
Language: un
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What do the humanities have to offer in the twenty-first century? Are there compelling reasons to go on teaching the literate arts when the schools themselves have become battlefields? Does it make sense to go on writing when the world itself is overrun with books that no one reads? In these simultaneously personal and erudite reflections on the future of higher education, Richard E. Miller moves from the headlines to the classroom, focusing in on how teachers and students alike confront the existential challenge of making life meaningful. In meditating on the violent events that now dominate our daily lives—school shootings, suicide bombings, terrorist attacks, contemporary warfare—Miller prompts a reconsideration of the role that institutions of higher education play in shaping our daily experiences, and asks us to reimagine the humanities as centrally important to the maintenance of a compassionate, secular society. By concentrating on those moments when individuals and institutions meet and violence results, Writing at the End of the World provides the framework that students and teachers require to engage in the work of building a better future.

Creative Writing and the New Humanities

Creative Writing and the New Humanities
Author by: Paul Dawson
Release: 2005
Editor: Psychology Press
Pages: 254
ISBN: 0415332214
Language: en
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This book examines the institutional history and disciplinary future of creative writing in the contemporary academy, looking well beyond the perennial questions 'can writing be taught?' and 'should writing be taught?'. Paul Dawson traces the emergence of creative writing alongside the new criticism in American universities; examines the writing workshop in relation to theories of creativity and literary criticism; and analyzes the evolution of creative writing pedagogy alongside and in response to the rise of 'theory' in America, England and Australia. Dawson argues that the discipline of creative writing developed as a series of pedagogic responses to the long-standing 'crisis' in literary studies. His polemical account provides a fresh perspective on the importance of creative writing to the emergence of the 'new humanities' and makes a major contribution to current debates about the role of the writer as public intellectual.

Defining Digital Humanities

Defining Digital Humanities
Author by: Melissa Terras,Julianne Nyhan,Edward Vanhoutte
Release: 2016-05-13
Editor: Routledge
Pages: 330
ISBN: 9781317153580
Language: en
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Digital Humanities is becoming an increasingly popular focus of academic endeavour. There are now hundreds of Digital Humanities centres worldwide and the subject is taught at both postgraduate and undergraduate level. Yet the term ’Digital Humanities’ is much debated. This reader brings together, for the first time, in one core volume the essential readings that have emerged in Digital Humanities. We provide a historical overview of how the term ’Humanities Computing’ developed into the term ’Digital Humanities’, and highlight core readings which explore the meaning, scope, and implementation of the field. To contextualize and frame each included reading, the editors and authors provide a commentary on the original piece. There is also an annotated bibliography of other material not included in the text to provide an essential list of reading in the discipline. This text will be required reading for scholars and students who want to discover the history of Digital Humanities through its core writings, and for those who wish to understand the many possibilities that exist when trying to define Digital Humanities.

The Case for the Humanities

The Case for the Humanities
Author by: Eric Touya de Marenne
Release: 2016-12-01
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
Pages: 170
ISBN: 9781475825039
Language: en
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Countering the perception that the humanities are unessential, this volume contends that their well-being has not only academic but also cultural, political, and existential ramifications.

Composition Studies in the New Millennium

Composition Studies in the New Millennium
Author by: Lynn Z. Bloom,Donald A. Daiker,Edward Michael White
Release: 2003
Editor: SIU Press
Pages: 295
ISBN: 0809388898
Language: en
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Zoo Studies

Zoo Studies
Author by: Tracy McDonald,Daniel Vandersommers
Release: 2019-06-19
Editor: MQUP
Pages: 345
ISBN: 9780773558151
Language: en
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Do both the zoo and the mental hospital induce psychosis, as humans are treated as animals and animals are treated as humans? How have we looked at animals in the past, and how do we look at them today? How have zoos presented themselves, and their purpose, over time? In response to the emergence of environmental and animal studies, anthropologists, sociologists, philosophers, theorists, literature scholars, and historians around the world have begun to explore the significance of zoological parks, past and present. Zoo Studies considers the modern zoo from a range of approaches and disciplines, united in a desire to blur the boundaries between human and nonhuman animals. The volume begins with an account of the first modern mental hospital, La Salpêtrière, established in 1656, and the first panoptical zoo, the menagerie at Versailles, created in 1662 by the same royal architect; the final chapter presents a choreographic performance that imagines the Toronto Zoo as a place where the human body can be inspired by animal bodies. From beginning to end, through interdisciplinary collaboration, this volume decentres the human subject and offers alternative ways of thinking about zoos and their inhabitants. This collection immerses readers in the lives of animals and their experiences of captivity and asks us to reflect on our own assumptions about both humans and animals. An original and groundbreaking work, Zoo Studies will change the way readers see nonhuman animals and themselves.

Literature Science and a New Humanities

Literature  Science  and a New Humanities
Author by: J. Gottschall
Release: 2008-09-29
Editor: Springer
Pages: 217
ISBN: 9780230615595
Language: en
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Literary studies are at a tipping point. ." There is broad agreement that the discipline is in "crisis" - that it is aimless, that its intellectual energy is spent, that all of the trends are bad, and that fundamental change will be required to set things right. But there is little agreement on what those changes should be, and no one can predict which way things will ultimately tip. Literature, Science, and a New Humanities represents a bold new response to the crisis in academic literary studies. This book presents a total challenge to dominant paradigms of literary analysis and offers a sweeping critique of those paradigms, and sketches outlines of a new paradigm inspired by scientific theories, methods, and attitudes.

Raimes Universal Keys 2nd Ed Miller The New Humanities Reader 2nd Ed

Raimes Universal Keys 2nd Ed   Miller The New Humanities Reader 2nd Ed
Author by: ANONIMO,Houghton Mifflin College Division
Release: 2007-09-01
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 329
ISBN: 0547087624
Language: un
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Raimes Keys for Writers Fifth Edition Plusmiller the New Humanities Reader Second Edition

Raimes Keys for Writers Fifth Edition Plusmiller the New Humanities Reader Second Edition
Author by: Houghton Mifflin College Division
Release: 2007-07-01
Editor: Unknown
Pages: 329
ISBN: 0547056710
Language: un
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The Oxford Handbook of Interdisciplinarity

The Oxford Handbook of Interdisciplinarity
Author by: Robert Frodeman
Release: 2010-06-24
Editor: Oxford University Press
Pages: 580
ISBN: 9780199236916
Language: en
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The Oxford Handbook of Interdisciplinarity provides a synoptic account of the current state of interdisciplinary research, education, and administration-knowledge that spans the disciplines, and crosses the space between the academic community and society at large. Its 36 chapters and 14 case studies provide a snapshot of the state of knowledge integration as interdisciplinarity approaches its century mark.