Rhetorics of Publics and Counterpublics Overview:
Within this catalog you will find a wealth of new publications on subjects across the archaeological spectrum as well as our blossoming literature, religion and art lists. We are very excited to introduce one of our newly distributed publishers the Society for Libyan Studies, a highly reputable British academic body sponsored by the British Academy.
They publish detailed reports on their field projects including excavations and surveys at Euesperides BenghaziSidi Khrebish BereniceCyrene, Lepcis Magna and in the Fezzan and more recent projects including a multi-disciplinary survey in the pre-desert valleys of Tripolitania, Islamic excavations at Barca El Merj and Medinet Sultan, and the publication of excavations conducted at Sabratha and Lepcis Magna in the s.
They also publish a popular series of travel books under the imprint Silphium Press. You can find them on pages Another publisher to join our lists is Medina Publishing. Established inMedina Publishing specializes in a broad and unique range of Middle Eastern and equestrian titles. The company has strong links to and clients in Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi, Qatar and Jordan and is committed to producing high-quality books of general as well as specific interest.
Also now available from us are publications by TK Asian Antiquities, a dealer, researcher, and consultant in antique and ancient Asian art. Please remember to quote discount code when ordering, to ensure you receive the special prices advertised!
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Palgrace Studies in the History of Economic Thought. In the fall term of , Theaster Gates and I organized a seminar and symposium on the topic of “Art and Public Life” at the University of Chicago. Whereas the public sphere was originally a location of rational-critical activity, public life today is a spectator sport.
The dominance of media corporations has undermined the potential for critical debate of pressing social issues, including race. This study seeks to illuminate the change in public discussions of race in New York City.
In the demographic sphere, one must take into account not only the quantitative changes but also the qualitative ones."66 As I have said, Anes also recently revised the above-mentioned thesis of a general economic crisis in the seventeenth century.
1 The theory of the decline of the public sphere is well established.
From political figures such as Al Gore to social theorists such as David Zarefsky, Nancy Fraser, Craig Calhoon, or Thomas Goodnight, to name just a few, the story of what John Dewey called “the eclipse of the public” is told over and over again.
such as David Zarefsky. The public sphere (German Öffentlichkeit) is an area in social life where individuals can come together to freely discuss and identify societal problems, and through that discussion influence political action. Such a discussion is called public debate and is defined as the expression of views on matters that are of concern to the public—often, .