The mutual imbrication of the profane and sacred worlds in anime, along with the profound reciprocal relationship between 'Eastern' (Japanese) and 'Western' (chiefly American) culture in the development of the anime artistic form, form the twin narrative arcs of the book.
From Trainee to Teacher outlines and describes a comprehensive framework for the professional development of novice teachers through reflective practice that is grounded in the classroom realities of real teaching contexts so that they can develop beyond their novice years and become expert ESL/EFL teachers.
The book examines how the Chinese made use of raw material imported from India and added some seasoningsA" peculiar to China and developed their own recipesA" about how to construct the ideas of Buddhism.
In an updated paperback edition, Helen Reddington investigates the social and commercial reasons for how women musicians of the Punk era became lost from the rock music record, and rewrites this period in history in the context of other periods when female musicians have been visible in previously male environments.
This new translation of the Qur'an is specifically designed for use in the college classroom, and offers students and instructors, as well as general readers, a one-volume resource comparable to what is available for the Jewish and Christian scriptures.
This book offers new descriptions of the visual strand of meaning in picture book narratives as a way of furthering the project of 'multimodal' discourse analysis and of explaining the literacy demands and apprenticing techniques of children's earliest literature.