Tattooed on Their Tongues

Tattooed on Their Tongues Author Colin Escott
ISBN-10 UOM:39015037405696
Release 1996-01-01
Pages 243
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Looks at fifty years of change in country music, highlighting the careers of record label owners, producers, stars, and sidemen who have played a role



Tattooing the World

Tattooing the World Author Juniper Ellis
ISBN-10 9780231143684
Release 2008
Pages 275
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In the 1830s an Irishman named James F. O'Connell acquired a full-body tattoo while living as a castaway in the Pacific. The tattoo featured traditional patterns that, to native Pohnpeians, defined O'Connell's life; they made him wholly human. Yet upon traveling to New York, these markings singled him out as a freak. His tattoos frightened women and children, and ministers warned their congregations that viewing O'Connell's markings would cause the ink to transfer to the skin of their unborn children. In many ways, O'Connell's story exemplifies the unique history of the modern tattoo, which began in the Pacific and then spread throughout the world. No matter what form it has taken, the tattoo has always embodied social standing, aesthetics, ethics, culture, gender, and sexuality. Tattoos are personal and corporate, private and public. They mark the profane and the sacred, the extravagant and the essential, the playful and the political. From the Pacific islands to the world at large, tattoos are a symbolic and often provocative form of expression and communication. Tattooing the World is the first book on tattoo literature and culture. Juniper Ellis traces the origins and significance of modern tattoo in the works of nineteenth- and twentieth-century artists, travelers, missionaries, scientists, and such writers as Herman Melville, Margaret Mead, Albert Wendt, and Sia Figiel. Traditional Pacific tattoo patterns are formed using an array of well-defined motifs. They place the individual in a particular community and often convey genealogy and ideas of the sacred. However, outside of the Pacific, those who wear and view tattoos determine their meaning and interpret their design differently. Reading indigenous historiography alongside Western travelogue and other writings, Ellis paints a surprising portrait of how culture has been etched both on the human form and on a body of literature.



The Tattoo Project

The Tattoo Project Author Deborah Davidson
ISBN-10 9781551309453
Release 2016-12-15
Pages 222
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Disrupting commonly held notions about who gets tattooed and why, The Tattoo Project describes, illustrates, and celebrates the social significances of commemorative tattoos. Written by scholars from various disciplines, as well as by community members and practitioners, this edited collection considers the meanings people make from their experiences of love, loss, trauma, resilience, and change, and why they choose to inscribe those meanings on their bodies. This methods-based text also examines the process of building a community-contributed digital archive of tattoo photos and stories, the result of which inspired the contributions to this book. Writing at the intersections between the public and the private, the authors consider the production and mobilization of knowledge across communities, disciplines, and space. Featuring beautiful tattoo photography, personal narratives from project participants, and original poetry by Priscila Uppal, The Tattoo Project is a novel read that bridges the gap between academic and popular audiences. This timely collection is a valuable resource for courses across the social sciences and humanities and for anyone interested in tattoos and their significance.



Body Piercing and Tattooing

Body Piercing and Tattooing Author Sarah Sawyer
ISBN-10 1404209476
Release 2006-09
Pages 112
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Examines the history and culture of body art, what is involved in tattooing and body piercing, and the possible health risks.



Paradise of the Pacific

Paradise of the Pacific Author Susanna Moore
ISBN-10 9781429944960
Release 2015-09-01
Pages 320
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The dramatic history of America's tropical paradise The history of Hawaii may be said to be the story of arrivals—from the eruption of volcanoes on the ocean floor 18,000 feet below, the first hardy seeds that over millennia found their way to the islands, and the confused birds blown from their migratory routes, to the early Polynesian adventurers who sailed across the Pacific in double canoes, the Spanish galleons en route to the Philippines, and the British navigators in search of a Northwest Passage, soon followed by pious Protestant missionaries, shipwrecked sailors, and rowdy Irish poachers escaped from Botany Bay—all wanderers washed ashore, sometimes by accident. This is true of many cultures, but in Hawaii, no one seems to have left. And in Hawaii, a set of myths accompanied each of these migrants—legends that shape our understanding of this mysterious place. In Paradise of the Pacific, Susanna Moore, the award-winning author of In the Cut and The Life of Objects, pieces together the elusive, dramatic story of late-eighteenth-century Hawaii—its kings and queens, gods and goddesses, missionaries, migrants, and explorers—a not-so-distant time of abrupt transition, in which an isolated pagan world of human sacrifice and strict taboo, without a currency or a written language, was confronted with the equally ritualized world of capitalism, Western education, and Christian values.



Using Art Media in Psychotherapy

Using Art Media in Psychotherapy Author Michelle L. Dean
ISBN-10 9781317597780
Release 2016-01-22
Pages 212
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Using Art Media in Psychotherapy makes a thoughtful and contextual argument for using graphic art materials in psychotherapy, providing historical context for art materials and their uses and incorporating them with contemporary practices and theories. Written with an analytic focus, many of the psychological references nod to Jung and post-Jungian thought with keen attention to image and to symbolic function. This book jettisons the idea of reductionist, cookbook approaches and instead provides an integrated and contextual understanding of the origins of each art form as well as an insightful use for each in its application in mental health healing practices. Using Art Media in Psychotherapy gives clinicians and students alike the tools they need to offer psychologically minded and clinically astute choices that honor their clients.



A Man Like Any Other

A Man Like Any Other Author Mary Cavanagh
ISBN-10 9781848760165
Release 2007
Pages 278
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Father Ewan McEwan is the chaplain of Waldringhythe, a Cistercian Abbey on the Suffolk coast. Despite his binding vows as a Roman Catholic priest he has, for most of his adult life, secretly enjoyed a passionate and devoted affair with Marina Proudfoot. When Marina dies, his profound grief forces Father McEwan to follow his own unique instruction; 'To know yourself is to understand yourself, and memory is the only key'. Thus, he tells his life story, from the mystery of his early childhood, his moral dilemmas as a young adult, his world fame as the subject of a controversial, iconic photograph, and his present as a sinning priest. Marina's own posthumous story is told, with great warmth, and humour, through her scandalous revelations, "The Tales From The Purple Handbag". It soon becomes apparent that Marina is certainly not the refined 'Lady of the Manor' she purports to be. Marina's son, Timothy, mourning her deeply, is faced with the emerging ghosts and demons of his own troubled past and gradually he sinks into a fragile, emotional state that needs careful handling. His lover, Roger Fuller, has always detested Marina, and is delighted to be rid of her. He immediately leaves his marital home to move in with Timothy, but with little sensitivity, or ability, to understand Timothy's emerging collapse, reveals himself as selfish, shallow and ambivalent. Sally, Roger's wife is confused and angry. When he leaves, she escapes to the sanctuary of Waldringhythe Abbey, where she encounters the powerful allure of Father Ewan.



Incredible Hawaii

Incredible Hawaii Author Terence Barrow
ISBN-10 9781462904501
Release 2012-01-10
Pages 120
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The Incredible is a part of American History and tradition and our 50th State is certainly no exception. This unique little book, incredible in its own way, brings together the talents, knowledge and experience of two well-known Hawaiian residents, artist-illustrator Ray Lanterman and author-anthropologist Terence Barrow. Whatever their subject, the authors sail along with justifiable confidence, opening to the reader, page after page, vistas of a little-known Hawaii. At times light-hearted, at other times serious, it is always a readable and lookable book. The authors delight in the unusual fact, whether it be Oahu's marvelous and unusual water system, song-making monarchs, or skiing on real snow on the slopes of Mt. Mauna Kea, the highest point in the Pacific area, reaching 13,796 feet above sea level-and this is the essence of their book. Tourists and residents alike will find Incredible Hawaii a source of much pleasure which will lead them to a greater awareness of these utterly Fascinating islands.



Roadkill on the Three chord Highway

Roadkill on the Three chord Highway Author Colin Escott
ISBN-10 0415937825
Release 2002
Pages 229
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It's the real stories, not the publicists' confections, that concern Colin Escott. We hear Perry Como's story in his own words: it wasn't all smooth. We learn about the astonishing twists and turns in Roy Orbison's life, and the stories behind the songs we know so well. And we go down with Vernon Oxford, the last great honky tonk singer, who came to Nashville just a little too late. These are stories for anyone who loves what Escott calls "little songs from great sorrows." They will fascinate even the most casual fan of popular music, and they're told here in sympathetic, engaging, and illuminating prose.



International Archives of Ethnography

International Archives of Ethnography Author
ISBN-10 UIUC:30112111870371
Release 1900
Pages
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International Archives of Ethnography has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from International Archives of Ethnography also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full International Archives of Ethnography book for free.



Tattoos Philosophy for Everyone

Tattoos   Philosophy for Everyone Author Robert Arp
ISBN-10 9781118252741
Release 2012-03-20
Pages 224
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Covering philosophical issues ranging from tattooed religious symbols to a feminist aesthetics of tattoo, Tattoos and Philosophy offers an enthusiastic analysis of inking that will lead readers to consider the nature of the tattooing arts in a new and profound way. Contains chapters written by philosophers (most all with tattoos themselves), tattoo artists, and tattoo enthusiasts that touch upon many areas in Western and Eastern philosophy Enlightens people to the nature of tattoos and the tattooing arts, leading readers to think deeply about tattoos in new ways Offers thoughtful and humorous insights that make philosophical ideas accessible to the non-philosopher



Tongue First

Tongue First Author Emily Jenkins
ISBN-10 9781466882409
Release 2014-09-30
Pages 256
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A smart, humorous exploration of bodily thrills and paranoia from aerobics to acupuncture, strip shows to sensory deprivation. Your perception of your body will change when you read this book. You will be pulling on your boxer shorts or your black lace bra, and suddenly consider why you decorate yourself the way you do. You will shake up your martini, kiss your beloved, read a dirty magazine, go for a jog, and think about what your bodily behavior says about your soul. And what it is doing to your soul. You will notice the defenses you erect for yourself. Perhaps a tube of lipstick. Perhaps an addiction. Testing the boundaries between fear and temptation, Emily Jenkins takes us on a journey from ordinary physical experiences (going to the dentist, putting on stockings) to extreme ones (snorting heroin, shaving her head). She interviews people whose bodies are radically different from hers and enters communities where people share unusual ideas about physicality. Sometimes you will recognize your own habits. Other times you'll be shocked or repulsed. Always you will find yourself questioning the ordinary things you do, rethinking your relationship to your body.



Body piercing and tattoos

Body piercing and tattoos Author J. D. Lloyd
ISBN-10 PSU:000056320879
Release 2003
Pages 142
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Tattoos have been steadily gaining popularity since World War II, and in the 1990s even the practice of body piercing became a mainstream fad. The selections in this volume explore the history of tattoos and body piercing, the reasons people practice body modification, and the controversial nature of these trends.



No Mad

No Mad Author Sam Moffie
ISBN-10 1439204616
Release 2009-02-24
Pages 360
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A very funny journey for a man under very trying circumstances.



The Journal of the Polynesian Society

The Journal of the Polynesian Society Author Polynesian Society (N.Z.)
ISBN-10 HARVARD:32044106223274
Release 1894
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Vols. for 1892-1941 contain the transactions and proceedings of the society.



Journal of the Polynesian Society

Journal of the Polynesian Society Author
ISBN-10 UCAL:B3872478
Release 1894
Pages
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The World of Waters Or A Peaceful Progress O er the Unpathed Sea

The World of Waters  Or  A Peaceful Progress O er the Unpathed Sea Author Fanny Osborne
ISBN-10 HARVARD:HN3Q62
Release 1852
Pages 363
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