• March 2007

      Revolutionary Theater and the Classical Heritage

      Inheritance and Appropriation from Weimar to the GDR

      by Michael D. Richardson

      This study analyzes the work of three prominent proletarian-revolutionary dramatists at the end of the Weimar Republic. The work of Bertolt Brecht, Friedrich Wolf, and Gustav von Wangenheim is looked at against the backdrop of debates among Marxist intell

    • February 2008

      Administrative Ethics in the Twenty-first Century

      by J. Michael Martinez, William D. Richardson

      After years of languishing in the long shadow of «values», its 1960s-era substitute, public discussion and debate about virtues, vices, character, and ethics are occupying center stage once again. This book joins that debate in a way that is bot

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      August 2013

      Traumatic Affect

      by Editor(s): Meera Atkinson and Michael Richardson

    • August 2018

      United States Diplomacy with North Korea and Vietnam

      Explaining Failure and Success

      by Johan Galtung, Bill Richardson, Michael Haas

      Dr. Michael Haas’ book, United States Diplomacy with North Korea and Vietnam: Explaining Failure and Success, aims to explain a significant, beguiling discrepancy in U.S. foreign relations: How has American diplomacy with Vietnam proved s

    • Cultural studies
      August 2001

      The Experience of Culture

      by Richardson, Michael

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure
      October 2018

      Now That's What I Call Durham

      by Michael Richardson

      The sixties, seventies and eighties were decades of great change. Many towns and cities were redeveloped with projects that dramatically affected the character of the place. People’s shopping habits were altered as supermarkets took over from traditional stores and corner shops. Leisure habits were changing too, as cheap air travel led to the arrival of the foreign package holiday and a new range of leisure facilities were developed at home. Fashions, as ever, were changing in this period, reflecting radical changes in society and the ways in which we viewed ourselves. Transport also evolved, with a move away from the railway and buses, creating a strain on the roads and leading to new road schemes. These changes in people’s habits and lifestyles were keenly felt in Durham and local author Michael Richardson has captured them all in this fascinating portrayal of the city and its people over the course of these most nostalgic decades.

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure
      July 2019

      Lost Durham

      by Michael Richardson

      The city of Durham in north-east England, lying on the River Wear, has long been an important centre in the region since St Cuthbert was buried there in the tenth century and the Normans built their imposing cathedral and castle. The city became the centr

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