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Baghdad burning II : more girl blog from Iraq by Riverbend.
Beginnings: Intention and method by Edward W Said
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Magic Eyes: Scenes from an Andean Childhood by Wendy Ewald
Pressing the point : parallel expressions in the graphic arts of the Chicano and Puerto Rican movements by Yasmin Ramírez (Curator)
Karen Horney: A Psychoanalyst`s Search for Self-Understanding by Bernard J. Paris
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TagsMeridian:Arts and Social Change (526), Essays (468), Meridian:Race and Ethnicity (419), Meridian:Philosophy and Critical Studies (308), Meridian:Spirituality and Psychology (254), Meridian:Global Economy (244), Meridian:Feminisms (239), Meridian:Liberation Movements (231), History (230), Meridian:Empire and Hegemony (216) — see all tags
About meProvisions Research Center for Arts & Social Change
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GroupsA Pearl of Wisdom and Enlightenment, contemporary art, Feminist Theory, Graduate Students, Librarians who LibraryThing, Native/First Nations Literatures & Studies, Philosophy and Theory, Progressive & Liberal!, Science!
Real nameProvisions Learning Project
LocationWashington DC and Fairfax VA
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Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceMay 30, 2007
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