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"Voices of the Heart: Asian American Women in Immigration, Work, and Family" by Huping Ling — Huping Ling gathers these women’s heartfelt stories about their journeys to America, their aspirations, their strides in education and employment, their cultural heritage, and their family dynamics. The women featured tell how their experiences align with their expectations of life in America, and the challenges of adjusting to a new culture while preserving their own.

"Voices of the Heart: Asian American Women in Immigration, Work, and Family" by Huping Ling — Huping Ling gathers these women’s heartfelt stories about their journeys to America, their aspirations, their strides in education and employment, their cultural heritage, and their family dynamics. The women featured tell how their experiences align with their expectations of life in America, and the challenges of adjusting to a new culture while preserving their own.

Glorious Companions: Five Centuries of Anglican Spiritual... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001FSJCMS/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_U_x_X2MsAb8B8JHAP

Glorious Companions: Five Centuries of Anglican Spirituality Glorious Companions Five Centuries of Anglican Spirituality

"The Art of Executing Well" ed. by Nicholas Terpstra — In Renaissance Italy a good execution was both public and peaceful—at least in the eyes of authorities. In a feature unique to Italy, the people who prepared a condemned man or woman spiritually and psychologically for execution were not priests or friars, but laymen. This volume includes some of the songs, stories, poems, and images that they used, together with first-person accounts and ballads describing particular executions.

The Art Of Executing Well: Rituals Of Execution In Renaissance Italy (early Modern Studies, Volume by Nicholas Terpstra The book is related to genre o

Indivisible : an anthology of contemporary South Asian American poetry

Pireeni Sundaralingam – co-editor of Indivisible: An Anthology of Contemporary South Asian American Poetry

Using the Indian Chakra is an interesting, if not traditional. take on the X - Wheel of Fortune Tarot card.

Big Wheel real Astro by Tara Greene

Today's tarot scope -- the Wheel of Fortune -- featuring the self-published Mansion of the Moon tarot by Dennis Hogue aka ZADOK.

"Emigrants on the Overland Trail: The Wagon Trains of 1848" by Michael E. LaSalle — Presenting the “lost” year of the overland emigrants in 1848, this volume sheds light on the journey of the men, women, children, and the wagon trains that made the challenging trek from Missouri to Oregon and California.

Presenting the “lost” year of the overland emigrants in

"John Calvin and the Printed Book" by Jean-François Gilmont; Karin Maag, trans. — John Calvin made a significant contribution to the world of early modern printing. Jean-François Gilmont, one of the foremost experts in the field, has thoroughly researched and presented all aspects of John Calvin’s interaction with books—from the authors he read, to the works he wrote, to his relationships with the printing and publishing world of the sixteenth century.

John Calvin and the Printed Book Jean Francois Gilmont Maag

The Crucible: An Autobiography by Colonel Yay, Filipina American Guerrilla by Yay Panlilio. Read it from our catalog here: http://catalog.jfku.edu/cgi-bin/koha/opac-detail.pl?biblionumber=267829

The Crucible: An Autobiography by Colonel Yay, Filipina American Guerrilla by Yay Panlilio. Read it from our catalog here: http://catalog.jfku.edu/cgi-bin/koha/opac-detail.pl?biblionumber=267829

"Alphonso Wetmore: Soldier, Adventurer, and Writer" by Mary Barile — Alphonso Wetmore wanted adventure. He lost his arm in battle in the War of 1812, but he did not give up. He stayed in the army and joined an expedition down the Missouri River. He traveled to Mexico as a trader on the Santa Fe Trail, and he visited California. Alphonso also wrote stories for newspapers and published a book about Missouri. Alphonso’s stories tell about his adventures and about life on the Missouri frontier.

Alphonso Wetmore: Soldier, Adventurer, and Writer (Young Reader Series) - Truman State University Press

(668×837) Koi Fish fractured art --- RIGHT SIDE NEEDS SLIGHT CROP

Fractured paintings - WetCanvas - wavy lines that fracture are consistent with others - creates unity Principe of Art: Unity

"Paracelsian Moments: Science, Medicine, and Astrology in Early Modern Europe" edited by Gerhild Scholz Williams & Charles D. Gunnoe Jr. — At the center of the scientific ferment of the early modern era was a quirky and creative German physician, Paracelsus, whose religious-alchemical worldview served as an inspiration for countless scientific innovators. This collection is about Paracelsus and the wide range of issues he explored.

In its visually and intellectually enjoyable presentation, Paracelsian Moments captures science, medicine, and astrology of early modern Europe.

Emilie Clark

The umwelt of a paramecium

Illustrator Yellena James, produces artworks featuring colourful arrangements of organic shapes using pen and ink. I love this aqua coloured print titled Season, available on her etsy shop. Image © Yellena James all rights reserved

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