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Remaking Reality

Nature at the Millennium

by Bruce W. Braun

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages312
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Open LibraryOL7484113M
ISBN 100415144949
ISBN 109780415144940

Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: For critics and activists alike, Remaking Reality provides essential theoretical and political tools to rethink environmentalism and progressive social natures for the twenty-first century. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Remaking Reality: U. S. Documentary Culture Since (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!

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The editors succeed in documenting what Wexler describes as 'unique, individual, personal lives that could be rendered only in particularity.'-- The Journal of Southern HistoryManufacturer: The University of North Carolina Press.

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Remaking Reality brings together contributors from across the human sciences who argue that a notion of 'social nature' provides great hope for the future. Applying a variety of theoretical approaches to social nature, and engaging with debates in politics, science. Essays by leading scholars across disciplines collectively explore the activist impulse of documentarians who not only record reality but also challenge their audiences to take part in reality's remaking.

In addition to the editors, the volume's contributors include Michael Mark Cohen, Grace Elizabeth Hale, Matthew Frye Jacobson, Author: Sara Blair, Joseph B. Entin, Franny Nudelman. The kind of books that uphold the status quo and make us comfortable.

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Applying a variety of theoretical approaches to social nature, and engaging with debates in 5/5(1). Remaking Reality Sara Blair, Joseph B. Entin, Franny Nudelman After World War II, U.S. documentarians engaged in a rigorous rethinking of established documentary practices Phone: () This book makes me so glad I don't have cable, satellite or Netflix.

Sure, when I was a kid I had cable. And I'd watch shows like The X-Factor, Hell's Kitchen, Trading Spaces and such. I think it was in grade 2 when the stupid service provider tried to charge a whole whack of un-owed money for their "services" and so we opted to cancel it, which gave me access to VHS tapes, DVD's, /5.Braun, B & Castree, N (ed.)Remaking Reality: Nature at the Millennium.

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