A systematic overview on major aspects of social life, including population, family and households, social inequalities and mobility, the welfare state, work, consumption and leisure, social cleavages in politics, urbanization as well as education, religion and culture.
Selected primary sources on a variety of topics in United States History, arranged by chronological period. The primary source excerpts were chosen because they deal with important and interesting topics in U.S. history from 1763-1968.
In-depth coverage of the most important issues of the day. Reports are written by experienced journalists, footnoted and professionally fact-checked. Full-length articles include an overview, historical background, chronology, pro/con feature, plus resources for additional research.
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The Digital Public Library of America brings together the riches of America’s libraries, archives, and museums, and makes them freely available to the world. Browse Primary Source Sets developed by educators, or search by keyword for texts, images, audio and film clips.
More than a newspaper for an American city, the New York Times is an international record of national and world news, as well as personal stories of how events affect individuals. Covers from the first issue in 1851 to three years prior to the current year.
Surveys the field through eight main lenses: world dramaturgy and global perspective dramaturgy as function, verb and skill dramaturgical leadership and season planning production dramaturgy in translation adaptation and new play development interdisciplinary dramaturgy play analysis in postdramatic and new media dramaturgy social media and audience outreach.
Part 1, "Philosophy," describes what dramturgs do, presents a history of dramaturgy, and summarizes critical theories. Part 2, "Analysis" teaches the two essential skills of a dramaturg: reading and writing. Part 3, "Practice," offers advice about collaborating with other artists. Also in print: PN2053 .C428 2010