1 edition of University of the community found in the catalog.
University of the community
|Statement||prepared by the working party on education for the Technology and you project ; sponsored by Swindon Technocentre, October 1974.|
|LC Classifications||T108.W5 U54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||81178257|
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The book of community Authorship and statement of placement in the public domain What you can do with this book What you can't do with this book Dedication Introduction Community On freedom and individualism On great causes On community culture On art and artists On authenticity On success On ceremoniousness On transnationality On language. The book ultimately provides us with a rich, moving story of indigenous survivance, resilience, and regeneration. The River Is in Us is as provocative as it is urgent and as accessible as it is earnest. Hoover’s ethical investment in her scholarship’s relational scope is as earnest as it is inspiring.
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