Erscheinungsdatum: 21.06.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Adrift In The Unknown Or, Queer Adventures In A Queer Realm, Autor: Cook, William Wallace, Verlag: Lector House, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: FICTION // Science Fiction // General, Rubrik: Belletristik // Science Fiction, Fantasy, Seiten: 136, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 219 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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ABOUT THIS AUDIBLE ORIGINAL Please note: This content is not for kids. It is for mature audiences only. This audio comedy features sexual content, adult language and themes, and violence against peasants and hobgoblins alike. Discretion is advised.Heads Will Roll is an Audible Original from Saturday Night Live star Kate McKinnon and her cocreator/costar (and real-life sister) Emily Lynne. Produced by Broadway Video, this is not an audiobook - it’s a 10-episode, star-studded audio comedy that features performances from Meryl Streep, Tim Gunn, Peter Dinklage, Queer Eye’s Fab Five, and so many more. Queen Mortuana of the Night Realm (McKinnon) and her ditsy raven minion JoJo (Lynne) receive a prophecy about a peasant uprising. Together, they must journey to find the “Shard of Acquiescence”, which will put down the rebellion and save the throne. Will their friendship survive sensitive generals, chatty sex slaves, whiny behemoths, princes with bird fetishes, and the notion of democracy? This raunchy satire also includes the wicked talents of Andrea Martin, Carol Kane, Audra McDonald, Aidy Bryant, Alex Moffat, Heidi Gardner, Chris Redd, Steve Higgins, Bob the Drag Queen, Esther Perel, and more. So, hold on to your head, and let the bad times roll. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kate McKinnon, Emily Lynne, Tim Gunn, Meryl Streep, Peter Dinklage, full cast. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/or/orig/000143/or_orig_000143_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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The Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (EBR) is a thirty-volume series that renders the current state of knowledge on the origins and development of the Bible in its different canonic forms in Judaism and Christianity. Furthermore, it documents the history of the Bible's reception, not only in the Christian churches and the Jewish Diaspora, but also in literature, art, music, and film, as well as in Islam and other religious traditions and current religious movements.EBR moves into new terrain - the realm of reception history. The encyclopedia acknowledges that biblical texts not only have their own particular genetic background and setting, but also have been received, interpreted, and exerted their influence on countless and diverse religious, theological, and cultural settings. EBR has shaped scholarship on the Bible and its reception.EBR is a resource tool not only for scholars in biblical and religious studies, but in cultural science, the arts, or literary history as well. It is also accessible to general readers interested in the Bible.Edited by an international team of more than thirty-five scholars, all experts in their fields, two volumes are published per year.EBR is also available in an online version. A comprehensive search engine makes EBR Online a very useful tool.Further information on " "The print edition was launched in Rome on July 1, 2009, with the publication of the first two volumes. Here are a few reactions from experts:"This is surely a creative and original project that will fill a need in today's biblical studies, [...] a monumental work which is indeed a treasure trove of information on the Bible and on how it has influenced people over the centuries."(Stephen Pisano, S.J., Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome)"[...] the Bible is not just a 6th-5th century BCE or a 1st-2nd century CE document. It is equally an 8th century, 12th century, 16th century, and 20th century CE document. [...] With the publication of the Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, it is now possible to respond to the intellectual challenge of that insight. With its unparalleled combination of historical critical and reception historical articles, the EBR reconfigures the very conception of what it means to do biblical studies and invites a veritable paradigm shift in the discipline."(Dr. Carol A. Newsom, Charles Howard Candler Professor of Old Testament, Candler School of Theology, Emory University)"So what must one know nowadays in order to be a biblical scholar? That's simple: everything - from the text itself through the Dead Sea Scrolls, Christian Scripture, Origen, Augustine, Rashi, Abarbanel, Calvin, Spinoza, Wellhausen, etc., etc., right up to the contributions of feminist and postcolonial criticism, queer studies, Bible and mass media - whatever happens to be on someone's scholarly agenda. Of course no one can know all of that stuff. More important than knowing it all, however, is recognizing how essential it all is to what we do. I am grateful to the editors and publisher of EBR for sharing that recognition, devoting 30 volumes to this fabulous repository of knowledge, and putting it at our disposal."(Alan Cooper, Professor of Bible at Union Theological Seminary and at Jewish Theological Seminary)
Offering a radical reassessment of 1930s British literature, this volume questions the temporal limits of the literary decade, and broadens the scope of queer literary studies to consider literary-historical responses to a variety of behaviours encompassed by the term 'queer' in its many senses. Whilst it is informed by the history of sexuality in twentieth-century Europe, it is also profoundly concerned with what Christopher Isherwood termed 'the market value of the Odd.' Drawing, for its methodology, on the work of Raymond Williams, it traces the impact of the Great War on the development of language, examining the use of ten 'keywords' in the prose of Christopher Isherwood, Evelyn Waugh and Patrick Hamilton, and that of their respective literary milieux, in order to establish how queer lives and modern sub-cultural identities were forged collaboratively within the fictional realm. By utilizing contemporary perspectives on performativity in conjunction with detailed close readings it repositions these authors as self-conscious agents actively producing their own queer masculinities through calculated acts of linguistic transgression.
There's always something going on at night. Sooner or later, you'll find your scene. Emi Ashiana is 24, unemployed and not really sure what she wants to do with her life. When a friend invites her to a dance club, Emi doesn't expect much. But what she finds will change her world! A lively, heartfelt story set in the club music scene about a queer young woman coming into her own and finding her place in the world. * Of the many strong debuts of yuri series these past few years, After Hours has stood out as one of the best. Additionally, its debut sales have been stronger than most shonen and shojo series published in our territory. * Releases 2 times a year for 2+ volumes. Series is ongoing. * The success of comic series like Lumberjanes and Jem and cartoon shows like Korra and Steven Universe point to a growing market for nonexplicit queer content. * Despite being a 'light' title in terms of content, will likely attract positive press and reviews for being a modern, refreshing romance between two women that defies stereotypes and clichés. * Has a chance to acquire new audiences from the Western comics realm, particularly the feminist readers of Lumberjanes and fans of manga / indie comics like Scott Pilgrim, while also picking up manga fans of yuri-bait series like K-On! and Puella Magi Madoka Magica. * Offering Utena, Sweet Blue Flowers and After Hours in the same year will generate more momentum for all three yuri titles. * Passes the Bechdel test, the Furiosa test and the Lexa Pledge.
'Aric McBay begins his newest work Full Spectrum Resistance with the words: 'I wrote this book because we are losing,' and, indeed, he presents a long list of global losses and failures in the realm of the environment, Indigenous sovereignty, women's rights, class struggle, racism and more. However, as McBay melds together meticulous research into resistance movements past and present and a lifetime of activism of many kinds, he paints what is, more than anything, a picture of hope. He notes, near the beginning of volume one that 'we fight because it is right' and, towards the end of volume two that 'we can fight and we can win.' McBay's message of activism and community building is one that should inspire all people concerned about the future of this planet to, in his words: 'fight together for a future worth living in.'' -- Pamela Cross, feminist lawyer and activist ' Full Spectrum Resistance is more than a comprehensive guide and a helpful handbook&#8212;it&#8217;s a red-hot torch capable of scorching the banal platitudes and old orthodoxies of the Left as it lights a path forward for those whose object is to win. Aric McBay draws hard-earned lessons from decades of activism and organizing, inquiry and study, building and sustaining social movements, winning and (importantly) losing campaigns and battles, and crafts a smart and passionate argument for the gathering resistance. For anyone who understands the urgency of the catastrophe we&#8217;re facing and is in search of an antidote to despair or resignation, McBay provides a lantern that will cut through the blunt blear and gritty exhaust all around, and offers this sizzling invitation to unleash your most radical imagination, to dive into the wreckage, and to risk winning a humane future.' -- Bill Ayers, founding member of the Weather Underground, author of Fugitive Days, Public Enemy, and Demand the Impossible: A radical manifesto. 'Aric McBay's Full Spectrum Resistance, Volumes One & Two are must reads for those wanting to know more about social movement theory, strategies and tactics for social change, and the history and politics of activism and community organizing. There is nothing within the realm of social justice literature that is close to the breath about modern social movements than these books. These are engaging, critical, exciting and outstanding intersectional books that respectfully speak about the pitfalls and successes for social change. They're perfect for an introduction to peace studies or intersectional social justice class and touch on everything from Black and queer liberation, to prison abolition and animal rights.' -- Dr. Anthony J. Nocella II, Assistant Professor of Criminology and Co-editor of Igniting a Revolution: Voices in Defense of the Earth ' Full Spectrum Resistance is the most thorough, intelligent, and contemporary handbook on how to change everything that exists, to my knowledge. If you're just now figuring out that all that letter-writing and voting was completely pointless and you want one source that will answer all those nagging questions coherently and in lots of useful detail, read these books. If you, like me, thought you already knew everything and wouldn't have read this book except that you were asked to review it, I found a lot of analysis in here that challenged my perspective in useful ways. But what makes this book such an unexpected treasure is the wide variety of examples, from ancient history to modern times, that Aric McBay explores, that provide such insight for us into what has worked and what hasn't. A firm believer in the idea that you can't forge the future unless you understand how we got to the present, Aric gives us the backstory on so many exciting and inspiring social movements and struggles around the world that I had never heard of, and provides really important insight into some of the more familiar ones.' -- David Rovics, singer/songwriter and host of This Week with David Rovics 'Every political generation thinks massive social change is around the corner, but activist movements more often collapse instead of becoming living revolutions