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Author : Frederick Whitling
language : en
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Release Date : 2018-12-03

Western Ways written by Frederick Whitling and has been published by Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2018-12-03 with History categories.


In Western Ways, for the first time, the "foreign schools" in Rome and Athens, institutions dealing primarily with classical archaeology and art history, are discussed in historical terms as vehicles and figureheads of national scholarship. By emphasising the agency and role of individuals in relation to structures and tradition, the book shows how much may be gained by examining science and politics as two sides of the same coin. It sheds light on the scholarly organisation of foreign schools, and through them, on the organisation of classical archaeology and classical studies around the Mediterranean. With its breadth and depth of archival resources, Western Ways offers new perspectives on funding, national prestige and international collaboration in the world of scholarship, and places the foreign schools in a framework of nineteenth and twentieth century Italian and Greek history.

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Author : Nancy Pirri
language : en
Publisher: Lulu.com
Release Date : 2015-04-20

Western Ways written by Nancy Pirri and has been published by Lulu.com this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2015-04-20 with categories.


The Wild West gets tamed by love. Three stories showcasing everything you love about Western Romance, and it's not all about cowboys. Starr For The Teacher, Tysche Dwai Fresh out of teaching school, Jayne Kincaid is forced to accept a position in Temptation, Texas. Will feisty Sheriff Prescott claim the teacher's hand? To Tame A Gambler, Nancy Pirri In 1894, college Professor John O'Connell arrives in Bozeman, Montana. He meets seemingly shy Grace Morgan but discovers this 'Penny Dreadful' writer is anything but proper. Winning the Ranger's Heart, Jane Carver Jenny Lincoln keeps one big secret from middle-aged homely rancher Neal Franks. Can he win the Ranger's heart? Maybe, but first he has to rescue her.

Ways To The West


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Author : Tim Sullivan
language : en
Publisher: University Press of Colorado
Release Date : 2015-08-09

Ways To The West written by Tim Sullivan and has been published by University Press of Colorado this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2015-08-09 with Travel categories.


In Ways to the West, Tim Sullivan embarks on a car-less road trip through the Intermountain West, exploring how the region is taking on what may be its greatest challenge: sustainable transportation. Combining personal travel narrative, historical research, and his professional expertise in urban planning, Sullivan takes a critical yet optimistic and often humorous look at how contemporary Western cities are making themselves more hospitable to a life less centered on the personal vehicle. The modern West was built by the automobile, but so much driving has jeopardized the West’s mystic hold on the American future. At first, automobility heightened the things that made the West great, but love became dependence, and dependence became addiction. Via his travels by bicycle, bus, and train through Las Vegas, Phoenix, Denver, Boise, Salt Lake City, and Portland, Sullivan captures the modern transportation evolution taking place across the region and the resulting ways in which contemporary Western communities are reinterpreting classic American values like mobility, opportunity, adventure, and freedom. Finding a West created, lost, and reclaimed, Ways to the West will be of great interest to anyone curious about sustainable transportation and the history, geography, and culture of the American West.

A Million Ways To Die In The West


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Author : Seth MacFarlane
language : nl
Publisher: Overamstel Uitgevers
Release Date : 2014-05-01

A Million Ways To Die In The West written by Seth MacFarlane and has been published by Overamstel Uitgevers this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2014-05-01 with Fiction categories.


A MILLION WAYS TO DIE IN WEST (EEN MILJOEN MANIEREN OM TE STERVEN IN HET WILDE WESTEN) HILARISCH DEBUUT DAT DE WESTERN OPNIEUW UITVINDT VAN DE BEDENKER VAN FAMILY GUY EN DE REGISSEUR VAN TED. De zachtaardige schaapherder Albert Stark heeft het helemaal gehad met het zware leven op de Amerikaanse frontier, waar alles en iedereen je vroegtijdige einde kan betekenen: een showdown, een knokpartij in een bar, giftige slangen, cholerageïnfecteerd drinkwater, een schaafwondje, iets dat 'teen-voet' heet, zelfs een uitstapje naar het buitentoilet. Er zijn een miljoen manieren om te sterven in het Wilde Westen, en Albert is van plan ze allemaal te vermijden. Sommigen noemen hem daarom een lafaard, Albert noemt het gewoon gezond verstand. Maar wanneer zijn vriendin hem dumpt voor de meest onuitstaanbare man in de wijde omgeving besluit Albert terug te vechten. Hij kan echter niet schieten, paardrijden of klappen uitdelen. Gelukkig ontmoet hij een beeldschone cowgirl die stoer genoeg is voor twee. Helaas is zij getrouwd met de grootste, gemeenste, kwaadste en meest jaloerse outlaw in Amerika. Albert zal snel ontdekken dat er een miljoen en één manieren zijn om te sterven in het Wilde Westen. Seth MacFarlane is tekenaar, schrijver, producer, regisseur, acteur en zanger. Hij is de man achter Family Guy, American Dad en The Cleveland Show, waarvoor hij vele van de uiteenlopende stemmen verzorgt. Hij produceert de televisieserie Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey en zijn film Ted is de succesvolste R-rated-komedie ooit. Hij is de hoofdrolspeler in de film A Million Ways to Die in the West, die hij zelf schreef, produceerde en regisseerde. Daarnaast bracht MacFarlane een voor meerdere Grammy's genomineerd album uit, Music is Better Than Words. Hij studeerde af aan de Rhode Island School of Design.

Westways


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Author :
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1985

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The Ancient Ways Of Wessex


The Ancient Ways Of Wessex
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Author : Alexander Langlands
language : en
Publisher: Windgather Press
Release Date : 2019-11-30

The Ancient Ways Of Wessex written by Alexander Langlands and has been published by Windgather Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2019-11-30 with Social Science categories.


The Ancient Ways of Wessex tells the story of Wessex’s roads in the early medieval period, at the point at which they first emerge in the historical record. This is the age of the Anglo-Saxons and an era that witnessed the rise of a kingdom that was taken to the very brink of defeat by the Viking invasions of the ninth century. It is a period that goes on to become one within which we can trace the beginnings of the political entity we have come to know today as England. In a series of ten detailed case studies the reader is invited to consider historical and archaeological evidence, alongside topographic information and ancient place-names, in the reconstruction of the networks of routeways and communications that served the people and places of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex. Whether you were a peasant, pilgrim, drover, trader, warrior, bishop, king or queen, travel would have been fundamental to life in the early middle ages and this book explores the physical means by which the landscape was constituted to facilitate and improve the movement of people, goods and ideas from the seventh through to the eleventh centuries. What emerges is a dynamic web of interconnecting routeways serving multiple functions and one, perhaps, even busier than that in our own working countryside. A narrative of transition, one of both of continuity and change, provides a fresh and alternative window into the everyday workings of an early medieval landscape through the pathways trodden over a millennium ago.

West Of 98


West Of 98
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Author : Lynn Stegner
language : en
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Release Date : 2012-07-25

West Of 98 written by Lynn Stegner and has been published by University of Texas Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2012-07-25 with Literary Collections categories.


What does it mean to be a westerner? With all the mythology that has grown up about the American West, is it even possible to describe "how it was, how it is, here, in the West—just that," in the words of Lynn Stegner? Starting with that challenge, Stegner and Russell Rowland invited several dozen members of the western literary tribe to write about living in the West and being a western writer in particular. West of 98 gathers sixty-six literary testimonies, in essays and poetry, from a stellar collection of writers who represent every state west of the 98th parallel—a kind of Greek chorus of the most prominent voices in western literature today, who seek to "characterize the West as each of us grew to know it, and, equally important, the West that is still becoming." In West of 98, western writers speak to the ways in which the West imprints itself on the people who live there, as well as how the people of the West create the personality of the region. The writers explore the western landscape—how it has been revered and abused across centuries—and the inescapable limitations its aridity puts on all dreams of conquest and development. They dismantle the boosterism of manifest destiny and the cowboy and mountain man ethos of every-man-for-himself, and show instead how we must create new narratives of cooperation if we are to survive in this spare and beautiful country. The writers seek to define the essence of both actual and metaphoric wilderness as they journey toward a West that might honestly be called home. A collective declaration not of our independence but of our interdependence with the land and with each other, West of 98 opens up a whole new panorama of the western experience.