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Stock, D: Dennis Stock: Time Is On Your Side
46,30 € *
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James Dean, Jazz und Hippies – Foto-Ikonen aus dem Werk von Dennis Stock › Legendäre Fotoaufnahmen von einem der bekanntesten Fotografen des 20. Jahrhunderts Dennis Stock ist der Schöpfer einer der berühmtesten Foto-Ikonen des 20. Jahrhunderts: der angehende Hollywood-Star James Dean mit hochgeschlagenem Mantelkragen und Zigarette lässig im Mundwinkel auf dem regennassen Times Square 1955 in New York. Das Motiv gehört zu den weltweit meist reproduzierten Bildern und hat wesentlich zum unsterblichen Ruhm des im selben Jahr bei einem Autounfall ums Leben gekommenen Schauspielers beigetragen. Dennis Stock war ab Anfang der 1950er-Jahre bis zu seinem Tod 2010 Mitglied der legendären Fotoagentur Magnum und hat neben sämtlichen Hollywood-Größen wie Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn oder Grace Kelly seit den 1960er-Jahren vor allem in der amerikanischen Jazz-Szene fotografiert. Der vorliegende Band begleitet eine Ausstellung im Aachener Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum, in deren Mittelpunkt neben den bekannten Schwarz-Weiß-Aufnahmen auch eine Reihe weniger bekannter Arbeiten von Dennis Stock stehen.

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Square Hippies
21,49 € *
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Square Hippies ab 21.49 € als CD: . Aus dem Bereich: Musik,

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The Age of Evangelicalism: America's Born-Again...
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At the start of the twenty-first century, America was awash in a sea of evangelical talk. The Purpose Driven Life. Joel Osteen. The Left Behind novels. George W. Bush. Evangelicalism had become so powerful and pervasive that political scientist Alan Wolfe wrote of 'a sense in which we are all evangelicals now.' Steven P. Miller offers a dramatically different perspective: the Bush years, he argues, did not mark the pinnacle of evangelical influence, but rather the beginning of its decline. The Age of Evangelicalism chronicles the place and meaning of evangelical Christianity in America since 1970, a period Miller defines as America's 'born-again years.' This was a time of evangelical scares, born-again spectacles, and battles over faith in the public square. From the Jesus chic of the 1970s to the satanism panic of the 1980s, the culture wars of the 1990s, and the faith-based vogue of the early 2000s, evangelicalism expanded beyond churches and entered the mainstream in ways both subtly and obviously influential. Born-again Christianity permeated nearly every area of American life. It was broad enough to encompass Hal Lindsey's doomsday prophecies and Marabel Morgan's sex advice, Jerry Falwell and Jimmy Carter. It made an unlikely convert of Bob Dylan and an unlikely president of a divorced Hollywood actor. As Miller shows, evangelicalism influenced not only its devotees but its many detractors: religious conservatives, secular liberals, and just about everyone in between. The Age of Evangelicalism contained multitudes: it was the age of Christian hippies and the 'silent majority,' of Footloose and The Passion of the Christ, of Tammy Faye Bakker the disgraced televangelist and Tammy Faye Messner the gay icon. Barack Obama was as much a part of it as Billy Graham. The Age of Evangelicalism tells the captivating story of how born-again Christianity shaped the cultural and political climate in which millions Americans came to terms with their times.

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The Walrus and the Elephants: John Lennon’s Yea...
9,95 € *
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In late 1971 John Lennon left London behind and moved to New York, eager to join a youth movement rallying for social justice and an end to the Vietnam War. Lennon was quickly embraced by radicals and revolutionaries, the hippies and Yippies at odds with the establishment. Settling in Greenwich Village, the heart of Manhattan's counterculture, the former Beatle was soon on the frontlines of the antiwar movement and championing a range of causes and issues. Seen as a savior by a generation in need of cultural heroes, Lennon was just as passionately hounded by a government eager to find enemies within. The FBI and White House considered Lennon a threat; a plan was devised to deport the singer prior to the election as a "strategic counter-measure" to preserve Richard Nixon's presidency in 1972. The Walrus and the Elephants is told by an unlikely cast of friends, including the musicians of the Elephant's Memory band, who were among the few with a chance to see the man behind the Beatle. Exclusive interviews include writer and feminist leader Gloria Steinem; congressional black caucus cofounder Ron Dellums; "Chicago Seven" veteran Rennie Davis; immigration attorney Leon Wildes; and legendary poet-activist John Sinclair, whose imprisonment for marijuana - a 10-year sentence for two joints - kicked off Lennon's American journey. It was a busy year of making albums, controversial TV appearances, and what would be Lennon's last full-length concert at Madison Square Garden; it was also a time of great change in America, with many of the confrontations that began brewing in the sixties reaching an end...and the beginning of a new era. John Lennon fought for peace and was treated with scorn by some, suspicion by others - including a government wishing to silence the singer. The Walrus and the Elephants is a look back by those who fought the fight. He was a dreamer, but not the only one. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephen Hoye. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/015811/bk_adbl_015811_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Age of Evangelicalism: America's Born-Again...
9,95 € *
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At the start of the 21st century, America was awash in a sea of evangelical talk. The Purpose Driven Life. Joel Osteen. The Left Behind novels. George W. Bush. Evangelicalism had become so powerful and pervasive that political scientist Alan Wolfe wrote of "a sense in which we are all evangelicals now." Steven P. Miller offers a dramatically different perspective: The Bush years, he argues, did not mark the pinnacle of evangelical influence, but rather the beginning of its decline. The Age of Evangelicalism chronicles the place and meaning of evangelical Christianity in America since 1970, a period Miller defines as America's "born-again years". This was a time of evangelical scares, born-again spectacles, and battles over faith in the public square. From the Jesus chic of the 1970s to the satanism panic of the 1980s, the culture wars of the 1990s, and the faith-based vogue of the early 2000s, evangelicalism expanded beyond churches and entered the mainstream in ways both subtly and obviously influential. Born-again Christianity permeated nearly every area of American life. It was broad enough to encompass Hal Lindsey's doomsday prophecies and Marabel Morgan's sex advice, Jerry Falwell and Jimmy Carter. It made an unlikely convert of Bob Dylan and an unlikely president of a divorced Hollywood actor. As Miller shows, evangelicalism influenced not only its devotees but its many detractors: religious conservatives, secular liberals, and just about everyone in between. The Age of Evangelicalism contained multitudes: it was the age of Christian hippies and the "silent majority," of Footloose and The Passion of the Christ, of Tammy Faye Bakker the disgraced televangelist and Tammy Faye Messner the gay icon. Barack Obama was as much a part of it as Billy Graham. The Age of Evangelicalism tells the captivating story of how born-again Christianity shaped the cultural and political climate in which milli 1. Language: English. Narrator: J. Paul Guimont. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/018758/bk_adbl_018758_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Mythos Matala / The Myth of Matala
25,50 € *
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Die Hippie-Bewegung als friedfertige Rebellion der Jugend ist in den 60er Jahren in den westlichen Gesellschaften entstanden. Langhaarig und farbenfroh gekleidet, protestierten ihre Anhänger gegen die ihrer Meinung nach spießige und sinnentleerte, einzig auf Wohlstand und Konsum ausgerichtete Kultur ihrer Eltern. Ihre von gesellschaftlichen Zwängen und Tabus freie Lebensauffassung wurde von der älteren Generation oft als Provokation empfunden. Tatsächlich waren die Blumenkinder auf der Suche nach einer humaneren Lebensweise, nach Harmonie mit der Welt und mit sich selbst. Matala an der Südküste von Kreta war ein Zentrum der Bewegung. Der Fotoband Mythos Matala fängt in Bild und Text ein, wie Jugendliche aus aller Welt in den Höhlen an der malerischen Bucht von Matala damals nach ihren Vorstellungen und nach ihrer Devise love & peace ein einfaches und glückliches Leben zu führen versuchten. The hippie movement was the playful, peaceful side of the 1960s counterculture. Its unkempt, psychedelically clad proponents rejected their parents¿ "square¿ culture, with its self-serving creed of prosperity, and the "squares¿ were repelled by the hippies¿ subversion of societal norms and taboos. But the flower children were anything but naysayers. Troubled by the shadows of war and longing to feel a sense of harmony with the world they lived in, young people took to the road in search of self. And for quite a few of them, the journey included a stop in Matala. The Myth of Matala commemorates that unforgettable time. Lavishly illustrated with historic professional and amateur photos, the book shows young people from around the world as they attempted to live up to their ideals of love and peace by reducing life to its elements. In the primitive cave dwellings of Matala, a picturesque bay on the south coast of Crete, bliss was there for the taking ¿ if sometimes only for a few weeks.

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Mythos Matala / The Myth of Matala
24,80 € *
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Die Hippie-Bewegung als friedfertige Rebellion der Jugend ist in den 60er Jahren in den westlichen Gesellschaften entstanden. Langhaarig und farbenfroh gekleidet, protestierten ihre Anhänger gegen die ihrer Meinung nach spießige und sinnentleerte, einzig auf Wohlstand und Konsum ausgerichtete Kultur ihrer Eltern. Ihre von gesellschaftlichen Zwängen und Tabus freie Lebensauffassung wurde von der älteren Generation oft als Provokation empfunden. Tatsächlich waren die Blumenkinder auf der Suche nach einer humaneren Lebensweise, nach Harmonie mit der Welt und mit sich selbst. Matala an der Südküste von Kreta war ein Zentrum der Bewegung. Der Fotoband Mythos Matala fängt in Bild und Text ein, wie Jugendliche aus aller Welt in den Höhlen an der malerischen Bucht von Matala damals nach ihren Vorstellungen und nach ihrer Devise love & peace ein einfaches und glückliches Leben zu führen versuchten. The hippie movement was the playful, peaceful side of the 1960s counterculture. Its unkempt, psychedelically clad proponents rejected their parents¿ "square¿ culture, with its self-serving creed of prosperity, and the "squares¿ were repelled by the hippies¿ subversion of societal norms and taboos. But the flower children were anything but naysayers. Troubled by the shadows of war and longing to feel a sense of harmony with the world they lived in, young people took to the road in search of self. And for quite a few of them, the journey included a stop in Matala. The Myth of Matala commemorates that unforgettable time. Lavishly illustrated with historic professional and amateur photos, the book shows young people from around the world as they attempted to live up to their ideals of love and peace by reducing life to its elements. In the primitive cave dwellings of Matala, a picturesque bay on the south coast of Crete, bliss was there for the taking ¿ if sometimes only for a few weeks.

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