James Robert Bitter
Reflections on the ideas of Adlerian masters. An interview with Heinz Ansbacher / J.R. Bitter and J. West -- On neurosis / J.R. Bitter -- Dreikurs' holistic medicine / C. Nappier Carr and J.R. Bitter -- An interview with Harold Mosak / J.R. Bitter -- Adlerian brief therapy with individuals. Adlerian brief therapy with individuals / J.R. Bitter and W.G. Nicoll -- Relational strategies / J. Bitter and W.G. Nicoll -- Adlerian group counseling. Adlerian group counseling / M.A. Sonstegard and J.R. Bitter -- Counseling children in groups / M.A. Sonstegard and J.R. Bitter --Adlerian couples and family counseling and therapy. Family mapping and family constellations / J.R. Bitter -- Communication styles, personality priorities, and social interest / J. Bitter -- Conscious motivations / J.R. Bitter -- The mistake notions of adults with children / J.R. Bitter -- Two approaches to counseling parents alone / J.R. Bitter -- Human conversations / J.R. Bitter and R. Byrd -- A Study on early recollectons. Early recollections vesus created memory / S.B. Barker and J.R. Bitter -- An Adlerian-feminist approach to therapy. Reclaiming a pro-feminist orientation in Adlerian therapy / J.R. Bitter et al. -- Reconsidering narcissism / J.R. Bitter -- Adlerian therapy and social construction. Integrating narrative therapy with Adlerian lifestyle assessment / J.G. Disque and J.R. Bitter -- Emotion, experience, and early recollections / J.G. Disque and J.R. Bitter -- Final thoughts. Am I an Adlerian? / J.R. Bitter.
Karen Brewster and Melissa Shafer
Script analysis for designers -- The objectives of theatrical design -- Researching the design -- Collaboration -- Design elements -- Design principles and visual composition -- Scenic design -- Costume design -- Lighting design -- Building a career in theater design.
With clear and concise examples and hands-on exercises, Fundamentals of Theatrical Design illustrates the way in which the three major areas of theatrical design--scenery, costumes, and lighting--are intrinsically linked. Veteran theater designers Karen Brewster and Melissa Shafer have consulted with a broad range of seasoned theater industry professionals--playwrights, actors, directors, producers, stage managers--to provide an exhaustive guide full of sound advice and insightful approaches to design. Form beginning designers just starting out to experienced directors looking to gain exposure and advance their careers, anyone with an interest in theatrical design is sure to appreciate this book's unique approach.
Thomas G. Burton, Jack Schrader, and Ambrose Manning
Thomas Burton, Jack Schrader, and Ambrose Manning of East Tennessee State University began documenting the Appalachian region in the 1960s. Together they came to know many mountain people now recognized as Appalachian Masters. In this DVD we are introduced to Ray Hicks along with his family and friends from Beech Mountain, North Carolina. Thomas Burton serves as our guide. Included are two Burton/Schrader films in their entirety: A film about Ray Hicks and another about Buna Presnell Hicks and Bertha Hubbard Baird, along with video excerpts of Stanley Hicks and Hattie Presnell recorded by Burton and Manning. Please be aware that the film quality of the remastered excerpts reminds us of a time before the digital age.
Pamela Evanshen and Janet Faulk
Based on the latest research about how children learn, this book helps elementary school teachers make their classrooms into creative spaces that facilitate teaching and learning. It also delves into specific areas of classroom design such as use of color and plants, room arrangement, learning centers, and the impact of clutter. With before and after photos of real classrooms, teachers can examine each area and determine their own classroom's need for improvement.
Dilemma -- Decision -- Onslaught -- Whirlwind -- Reckoning -- All or nothing -- Total war -- Scorched earth -- Disintegration -- Death throes.
On June 22, 1941, Germany launched the greatest land assault in history on the Soviet Union, an attack that Adolf Hitler deemed crucial to ensure German economic and political survival. As the key theater of the war for the Germans, the eastern front consumed enormous levels of resources and accounted for 75 percent of all German casualties. Despite the significance of this campaign to Germany and to the war as a whole, few English-language publications of the last thirty-five years have addressed these pivotal events. In Ostkrieg: Hitler's War of Extermination in the East, Stephen G. Fritz bridges the gap in scholarship by incorporating historical research from the last several decades into an accessible, comprehensive, and coherent narrative. His analysis of the Russo-German War from a German perspective covers all aspects of the eastern front, demonstrating the interrelation of military events, economic policy, resource exploitation, and racial policy that first motivated the invasion. This in-depth account challenges accepted notions about World War II and promotes greater understanding of a topic that has been neglected by historians.
Jesse Graves was born and raised in Sharps Chapel, Tennessee, where his ancestors settled in the 1780s. His poems and essays have appeared in Prairie Schooner, Southern Quarterly, Connecticut Review, and other journals, anthologies, and collections. He teaches at East Tennessee State University, where he is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Literature and Language.
"I admire the assurance, the formal authority of Graves’ craft."—Robert Morgan
An Instructional Companion Guide for the 21st Century Educational Leader in the Classroom and Beyond
Terence Hicks, Abul Pitre, and Kelly Jackson Charles
"Grassroots schools" and training centers in the Prospect district of Prince Edward County, Virginia, 1959-1964 -- We will move : the Kennedy administration and restoring public education to Prince Edward County, Virginia -- Farmville, 1963 : the long hot summer -- Black resilience vs. white resistance in Prince Edward County -- Northerners in a Jim Crow world : Queens College summer experience -- A lecture from the children of the "lost-generation" of students from Prince Edward County, Virginia -- Reflections of African American parents, teachers, and students in Prince Edward County, Virginia, 1959-1964.
Shara K. Lange
THE DRESSMAKERS, a feature-length documentary, contrasts the slow pace of artisanal clothes-making with the fast pace of the competitive textiles industry in Morocco, inviting a re-examination of the values represented by the clothing that people wear.
Fred William Sauceman, Larry Smith, Eduardo Zayas-Bazán, and Robert J. Higgs
Every fall, Eduardo Zayas-Bazán, a native of Cuba who was a veteran of the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion and who taught Spanish at East Tennessee State University for over 30 years, hosts a Cuban-style pig roast in Tennessee for family and friends. "Among my fondest memories are the pig roasts we had in Cuba on special occasions," said Zayas-Bazán, who marinates his pigs in grapefruit juice mixed with garlic and oregano, and cooks them in a contraption that he says "looks like a shoe box with a grill inside."" With the annual pig roast as context, the film tells the story of Zayas-Bazán's life, both in Cuba and the U.S.
Blaine W. Schubert and Jim I. Mead
Edith Seier and Karl H. Joplin
This is a textbook written for undergraduate students in biology or health sciences in an introductory statistics course.
Rebecca Tolley-Stokes and Carol Smallwood
An anthology by practicing academic, public, school, special librarians sharing their librarianship know-how by mentoring adults or students: personal, one-on-one contact to further librarianship. Concise, how-to chapters using bullets, headings, based on experience to help colleagues further the profession.
Raintree County, the Foremost American Environmental Novel: Uncovering the Deep Message of an Undervalued Text
Frederick O. Waage
The life of Raintree county--The 1940s: Raintree County's national context: environmentalism and ecology in the U.S. 1940s--Indiana's 1940s--The earth of Raintree County--Bioregional Raintree County--The ecofeminism of Raintree County--Sacred earth, pagan earth--The threat of technology--The self and the republic--Raintree County and the republic.
Generation X Librarian: Essays on Leadership, Technology, Pop Culture, Social Responsibility and Professional Identity
Martin Wallace, Rebecca Tolley-Stokes, and Erik Estep
This collection of essays views, critiques, and analyzes the many relationships between Generation-X and librarianship. Its essays and articles explicate the “Gen-X experience” from a librarian perspective, or, the “librarian experience” from a Gen-X perspective, or, on what makes Gen-X librarians unique among other generations of librarians. It identifies what Gen-X librarians have contributed to the field, and what they have changed about the profession. The anthology covers themes of media representations and misrepresentations, work and leadership styles, management, digitization and technology, globalization, and cultural shifts. This collection presents new and compelling information about this often overlooked demographic.
Daniel Westover traces Thomas's poetic development over six decades, demonstrating how the complex interior of the poet manifests itself in the continually shifting style of his poems.