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Dance as a Catalyst for Interdisciplinary Thinking

Author(s): Margo Apostolos

Dance as a Catalyst: An Interdisciplinary Journey is thought-provoking for both dancers and non-dancers with a wide variety of topics. The information in each chapter relates to dance, presenting material for the reader to digest with analytical, critical, creative, and ethical thinking guided by th...

Anthropology & the Global World: An Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology


An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology presents a global perspective on humanity and on human culture, poverty, exploitation, work, beliefs, and the primary institutions that make up human societies. The text takes a traditional approach to chapters, presenting a range of anthropological topics ty...

Writing in the Digital Age: Using Video Content for Learning in the Visual World

Author(s): Katherine Kuta

Writing in the Digital Age: Using Video Content for Learning in the Visual World provides the opportunity for the reader to understand how communication has evolved in the digital age. As our society increasingly leans on visual content, specifically video, we must adapt our learning for the present...

The Boven Naturals: Legend of the Shadow Ankhs

Author(s): Cathy Rehfus-Wilsek

Embark on an extraordinary journey with "The Boven Naturals: Legend of The Shadow Ankhs," the first in a captivating seven-part saga of magic and adventure. Five unique beings, Paige Connatis, a brilliant technomancer Nativus who years to break free from her mother's imposing shadow. Ethan Caelum, a...