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    Behind the Screen: Inside European Production Cultures: 2013

    R2 024,00
    Conceptualizing production studies from a European perspective, the book evaluates the history of European thought on production: theories of practice, the languages, grammars, and poetics of film, practical theories of production systems such as film dramaturgy, and the self-theorizing of European auteurs and professionals.

    Architectural Acoustics: Blending Sound Sources, Sound Fields, and Listeners

    R2 203,00
    Proceeds from basic theory to design studies of concert and multiple purpose halls. This work is useful for undergraduate and graduate students in the fields of acoustics, architecture, psychology, physiology, and music, as well as acoustical consultants, audio engineers, and "sound coordinators" of concert halls and theaters.

    Julius Shulman: Modernism Rediscovered

    R2 024,00 R2 293,19

    Architecture and Town Planning

    R1 085,00

    From the Berlin Museum to the Berlin Wall: Essays on the Cultural and Political History of Modern Germany

    R1 892,00
    These essays deal with eleven personalities - eight German, one Dutch, one English and one American - in German history over the last two centuries. They trace the flowering of German culture in areas like print and architecture and painting; and they follow the rise of a political consciousness.

    Sharecropper's Troubadour: John L. Handcox, the Southern Tenant Farmers' Union, and the African American Song Tradition

    R1 427,00 R1 611,65
    Folk singer and labor organizer John Handcox was born to illiterate sharecroppers, but went on to become one of the most beloved folk singers of the prewar labor movement. This beautifully told oral history gives us Handcox in his own words, recounting a journey that began in the Deep South and went on to shape the labor music tradition.

    Music in the Holocaust: Confronting Life in the Nazi Ghettos and Camps

    R1 162,00
    Provides the critical account of the role of music amongst communities imprisoned under Nazism. This book documents a scope of musical activities, ranging from orchestras and chamber groups to choirs, theatres, communal sing-songs, and cabarets, in some of the most important internment centres in Nazi-occupied Europe.

    Looking at Lovemaking: Constructions of Sexuality in Roman Art, 100 B.C.-A.D.250

    R1 051,00
    In this illustrated study, John R. Clarke investigates an assortment of Roman erotic art to answer the question of what sex meant to the ancient Romans. The text re-evaluates our understanding of Roman art and society in a study informed by gender and cultural studies.

    Concert Halls and Opera Houses: Music, Acoustics, and Architecture

    R2 004,00
    A guide to 100 of the world's most important concert halls and opera houses. It examines their architecture and engineering and discusses their acoustical quality as judged by conductors and music critics. It is suitable for peripatetic performers and music lovers, and for those who are interested in musical performance.

    Total Quality Project Management for the Design Firm

    R2 223,00
    Staying Small Successfully A Guide for Architects, Engineers, and Design Professionals Frank A. Stasiowski Today's design professional with entrepreneurial ambitions often has in mind a small firm. Written by a veteran architect and consultant, here is a clear, detailed road map to setting up a small business or guiding an existing one to success.

    Acts of Activism: Human Rights as Radical Performance

    R2 365,00
    A story of activists in South Saharan Africa using performance as a tactic of resistance and intervention in their struggles for human rights.

    A Walkabout in Crete Villages

    R1 084,00
    The photos in this book were taken during the author's year-long residence in the village of Kato Arhanes (Crete), a small centuries-old community of farmers, shop keepers, and retirees.

    Standing Soldiers, Kneeling Slaves: Race, War and Monument in Nineteenth-Century America

    R1 001,00
    Shows how the era of monument building in American history arose amidst struggles over race, gender, and collective memory. This book also shows how an image of black slavery was perpetuated while an image of the white soldier was launched in public space. It is intended for readers interested in American culture, race relations, and public art.