Prisoner Without a Name Cell Without a Number

Prisoner Without a Name  Cell Without a Number

Prisoner Without a Name Cell Without a Number

An Argentine newspaper publisher who dared to criticize his government's policy of cruel repression, tells the story of his arrest, imprisonment, and torture.

Prisoner Without a Name Cell Without a Number

Prisoner Without a Name  Cell Without a Number

Prisoner Without a Name Cell Without a Number

The unforgettable testament of an Argentinian newspaper publisher who was imprisoned and tortured by his government as a dissenter and a Jew.

Prisoner Without a Name Cell Without a Number

Prisoner Without a Name  Cell Without a Number

Prisoner Without a Name Cell Without a Number

The unforgettable testament of an Argentinian newspaper publisher who was imprisoned and tortured by his government as a dissenter and a Jew.

Cuba

Cuba

Cuba

By the world-renowned Argentine journalist--author of the bestseller Prisoner Without a Name, Cell Without a Number--a passionate and provocative book offering a critical portrait of Cuba in the regime of Fidel Castro. "A devastating indictment".--The New York Times.

Encyclopedia of Journalists on Film

Encyclopedia of Journalists on Film

Encyclopedia of Journalists on Film

From All the President’s Men to Zodiac, some of the most compelling films of the last century have featured depictions of journalists in action. While print journalism struggles to survive, the emergence of news from social media outlets continues to expand, allowing the world to be kept informed on a second-bysecond basis. Despite attacks on journalists—both verbal and physical—a free press remains a crucial bastion for civilized society. And just as the daily news reflects the current state of affairs, films about journalism represent how reporting has evolved over the last few centuries. In Encyclopedia of Journalists on Film, Richard R. Ness provides a comprehensive examination of the fourth estate in cinema—from newspaper reporters to today’s cyber journalists. In this volume, Ness provides in-depth descriptions and analyses of more than five hundred significant films, from the silent era to the present, including international productions and made-for-television movies. The entries focus on the image of the press on screen and ethical issues or concerns raised about the practices of the profession. Collectively, the entries demonstrate that there is a recognizable genre of journalism films with definable plot patterns and iconography. Each entry features: Major credits including directors, writers, and producers List of characters and the actors who portray them Running time Plot synopsis Analysis of the role of journalism Many of the entries feature critical reviews as well as cogent selections of dialogue. Films discussed here include comedies such as His Girl Friday (1940), nail-biting thrillers like Foreign Correspondent (1940) and The Parallax View (1974), social commentaries like Network (1976) and The China Syndrome (1979), dramas like Citizen Kane (1941) and The Post (2017), and of course, Academy Award winners All the President’s Men (1976) and Spotlight (2015). A definitive study of a film genre, Encyclopedia of Journalists on Film will be of interest to film scholars, researchers, journalists, and students of popular culture.

New York Magazine

New York Magazine

New York Magazine

New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

Contours of Dignity

Contours of Dignity

Contours of Dignity

In Contours of Dignity, Suzanne Killmister sets out an original and innovative approach to understanding dignity. She considers the relationship between dignity and respect, the ways in which shame and humiliation can constitute dignity violations, and the links between dignity and human rights. Departing from the dominant conception of dignity as an inherent feature of all human beings, Killmister instead ties dignity to personal and social standards. She argues for a tripartite theory--comprised of personal dignity, social dignity, and status dignity--in which dignity is to be understood in terms of the norms to which we hold ourselves and others. This revised understanding opens the door to a rich exploration of the moral significance of dignity, and the ways in which dignity can be violated, frustrated, or destroyed. These fresh insights can then help us understand the distinctively dignitarian harms that are inflicted on people when they are tortured, humiliated, or disrespected. Killmister concludes by offering a novel account of human rights, one that is built upon the idea that the 'human' in human rights should be interpreted as a socially constructed category.

Strategic Weapons Proposals

Strategic Weapons Proposals

Strategic Weapons Proposals


Journal of Palestine Studies

Journal of Palestine Studies

Journal of Palestine Studies

Devoted exclusively to the Arab-Israeli conflict and Palestinian affairs. A forum for study of the region and peaceful resolution to the conflict, analysis of current developments in the peace process, the latest historical scholarship, and cultural and societal trends.

Hispanic Writers

Hispanic Writers

Hispanic Writers

Includes biographaphical and bibliographical information for over four hundred twentieth writers of Hispanic decent