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|Author||: Bruce Mau|
|Editor||: Phaidon Press|
24 global, generous, and galvanizing principles to overhaul the way we think and to inspire massive change Bruce Mau has long applied the power of design to transforming the world. Developed over the past three decades, this remarkable book is organized by 24 values that are at the core of Mau's philosophy. MC24 features essays, observations, project documentation, and design work by Mau and other high-profile architects, designers, artists, scientists, environmentalists, and thinkers of our time. Practical, playful, and critical, it equips readers with a tool kit and empowers them to make an impact and engender change on all scales.
|Author||: Michael Field|
"On 29 August 1914 New Zealand troops landed in German Samoa and established a colonial rule that was to last almost 50 years. The new administrators were an odd assortment of benevolent misfits. Their unchecked power led to widespread racism and the distortion of justice, beauracratic bungling caused the spread of the 1918 influenza epedemic which killed 22% of the population, and on 29 December 1929 there was "Black Saturday when the police opened fire on an unarmed peaceful demonstartion, killing 9 people and wounding a further 50. This book is the story of the couageous and non violent freedom movement known as "Mau". Thoroughly researched and provocative, Mau: Samoa's Struggle for Freedom is an integral chapter in the history of Samoa, NZ and the Pacific."--Publisher's description.
|Author||: Louis Leakey|
The second of two important books by Louis Leakey, the renowned expert on the Kikuyu tribe. This book examines the organisation of the Mau Mau movement, its propaganda, the nature of its religious aspects and its oaths and the mistakes its leaders made as well as covering chapters on necessary reforms to prevent further outbreaks of a similar nature.
Te Buka a te Peropheta a Daniela e te buka hoi a Ruta e a Eseta iritihia ei paran Tahiti Translated by John Williams
|Author||: Thomas West|
|Author||: Bruce Mau,Jennifer Leonard,Institute Without Boundaries,The Institute without Boundaries (Toronto).|
|Editor||: Phaidon Incorporated Limited|
In essays, interviews, and provocative imagery, this book explores the changing force of design in the contemporary world, and expands the definition of design to include the built environment, transportation technologies, revolutionary materials, energy and information systems, and living organisms.
|Author||: Peter Leman|
Singing the Law is about the legal lives and afterlives of oral cultures in East Africa, particularly as they appear within the pages of written literatures during the colonial and postcolonial periods. In examining these cultures, this book begins with an analysis of the cultural narratives of time and modernity that formed the foundations of British colonial law. Recognizing the contradictory nature of these narratives (i.e., both promoting and retreating from the Euro-centric ideal of temporal progress) enables us to make sense of the many representations of and experiments with non-linear, open-ended, and otherwise experimental temporalities that we find in works of East African literature that take colonial law as a subject or point of critique. Many of these works, furthermore, consciously adapt orature as an expressive form with legal authority. This affords them the capacity to challenge the narrative foundations of colonial law and its postcolonial residues and offer alternative models of temporality and modernity that give rise, in turn, to alternative forms of legality. East Africa's "oral jurisprudence" ultimately has implications not only for our understanding of law and literature in colonial and postcolonial contexts, but more broadly for our understanding of how the global south has shaped modern law as we know and experience it today.
|Author||: E. S. Atieno Odhiambo,John Lonsdale|
|Editor||: Ohio State University Press|
Decades on from independence the role of Mau Mau still excites argument and controversy, not least in Kenya itself.
|Author||: Lisa Ellen Hendrickson|
|Author||: Edward A. Dinges|
The study examines the tactics and organization of the Mau Mau terrorists (1952-60) as well as the countermeasures adopted by the security forces, with emphasis on British military contributions. Data were gathered by a literature search from sources available to the USAWC library. (Modified author abstract).
|Author||: Newton Ivory Lucas|