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June
Transgressive Tales: Queering the Grimms - Kay Turner, Pauline GreenhillContributors explore alternative readings and queer possibilities of the Grimm brothers Kinder- und Hausmrchen (KHM, Childrens and Household Tales).
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June
The Center Cannot Hold: My Journey Through Madness - Elyn R. SaksElyn Saks is a success by any measure: she's an endowed professor at the prestigious University of Southern California Gould School of Law. She has managed to achieve this in spite of being diagnosed as schizophrenic and given a "grave" prognosis -- and suffering the effects of her illness throughout her life. Saks was only eight, and living an otherwise idyllic childhood in sunny 1960s Miami, when her first symptoms appeared in the form of obsessions and night terrors. But it was not until she reached Oxford University as a Marshall Scholar that her first full-blown episode, complete with voices
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Final Cut Express 4: Visual QuickStart Guide - Lisa BrenneisWith simple step-by-step instructions, a strong visual approach, and sound professional advice, this thoroughly updated task-based guide to Final Cut Express 4 ensures that users can start taking advantage of the program's powerful editing capabilities immediately.
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June
Unchristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks about Christianity...and Why It Matters - David Kinnaman, Gabe LyonsThis work was commissioned by Fermi Project. The New Testament writer Paul told the first-century Christians: "You yourselves are our letter . . . known and read by everybody." When a person "reads" your life, what does it say? What does your faith look like to outsiders? A major new research project, unveiled for the first time in this book, describes the increasingly negative reputation of Christians, especially among young Americans. The research shows that Christians are best known for what they are against. They are perceived as being judgmental, antihomosexual, and