"Developed by the Newberry Library with the cooperation of the Chicago Historical Society, The Encyclopedia of Chicago is the definitive historical reference on metropolitan Chicago. More than a decade in the making, the Encyclopedia brings together hundreds of historians, journalists, and experts on everything from airlines to Zoroastrians to explore all aspects of the rich world of Chicagoland, from its geological prehistory to the present." "The main alphabetical section of the Encyclopedia, comprising more than 1,400 entries, covers the full range of Chicago's neighborhoods, suburbs, and ethnic groups as well as the city's cultural institutions, technology and science, architecture, religions, immigration, transportation, business history, labor, music, health and medicine, and hundreds of other topics. The Encyclopedia has the widest geographical reach of any city encyclopedia of its kind, encompassing eight of the region's counties, including suburbs. Nearly 400 thumbnail maps pinpoint Chicago neighborhoods and suburban municipalities; these maps are complemented by hundreds of black-and-white and color photographs and thematic maps that bring the history of metropolitan Chicago to life. Additionally, contributors have provided lengthy interpretive essays - woven into the alphabetical section but set off graphically - that take a long view of such topics as the built environment, literary images of Chicago, and the city's legendary and passionate sports culture." "The Encyclopedia also offers a comprehensive biographical dictionary of more than 2,000 individuals important to Chicago history and a detailed listing of approximately 250 of the city's historically significant business enterprises. A color insert features a timeline of Chicago history and photo essays exploring nine pivotal years in this history."--Jacket.
The history of Jews in Chicago is a fascinating, complex and largely unknown story. Thanks to the unstinting efforts of Walter Roth, much of this history has been preserved. Now, for the first time, this material has been distilled into a single volume, chronicling events and people from the late nineteenth century to the end of World War II. There are six broad themes, each of which includes several essays: the first of which is "Chicago Jews and the Secular City: Builders, Movers, Shakers" about HL Mettes' huge 1924 history of Chicago Jews; financier Lazarus Silverman; the U of C Centennial; Jewish participation in the World's Columbian Exposition; Julius Rosenwald and the Museum of Science & Industry and the Jewish Day Pageant at the Century of Progress in 1933. The other five themes are "Chicago Jews and Anti-Semitism: Tragedy Abroad, Challenges at Home"; "Chicago Jews and Zionism: Local Idealists"; "Chicago Jews and Zionism: Renowned Visitors"; "Chicago Jews and the Arts: The Page and the Stage" and "Chicago Jews on Both Sides of the Law: Colorful Characters. "Anyone interested in Chicago history, ethnic history, Jewish history, will find Looking Backward a fascinating and informative read.
The development of women's sense of self / Jean Baker Miller -- Women and empathy : implications for psychological development and psychotherapy / Judith V. Jordan, Janet L. Surrey, Alexandra G. Kaplan -- The "self-in-relation" : a theory of women's development / Janet L. Surrey -- Empathy and self boundaries / Judith V. Jordan -- The meaning of mutuality / Judith V. Jordan -- Beyond the Oedipus complex : mothers and daughters / Irene P. Stiver -- Women's self development in late adolescence / Alexandra G. Kaplan, Rona Klein, Nancy Gleason -- The meanings of "dependency" in female-male relationships / Irene P. Stiver -- Relationship and empowerment / Janet L. Surrey -- The construction of anger in women and men Women and power / Jean Baker Miller -- The "self-in-relation" : implications for depression in women / Alexandra G. Kaplan -- Work inhibitions in women / Irene P. Stiver -- Eating patterns as a reflection of women's development / Janet L. Surrey -- The meaning of care : reframing treatment models / Irene P. Stiver -- Female or male therapists for women : new formulations / Alexandra G. Kaplan -- Empathy, mutuality and therapeutic change : clinical implications of a relational model / Judith V. Jordan.
Why have women been so consistently defined as deficient in maturity, self-mastery, and independence according to the models of human development inspired by male culture? The authors of WOMEN'S GROWTH IN CONNECTION, a sampling of the influential working papers from the Stone Center, Wellesley College, have sought to answer this question by studying developmental theory and reformulating it to reflect women's experience more accurately. These papers, about women's ways of being in the world, frame an innovative relational perspective on women's psychological development. The authors--clinicians, clinical supervisors, and teachers--have been searching for therapeutic models that take into account women's meaning systems, values, and organization of experiences, all of which often revolves around relationships rather than the self. By offering a new perspective on women's development, WOMEN'S GROWTH IN CONNECTION stands at the forefront of the ongoing feminist movement to examine and reshape psychological theory and practice. The authors offer this volume as an invitation to the reader to join in the building of new models of women's development.
Pretty on top of pretty / Lisa Dorin -- Portals / Michael Ned Holte -- Viva hate / George Baker.
Catalog of the exhibition held at the Art Institute of Chicago, Oct. 22, 2010-Jan. 16, 2011 and at Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, Feb. 12-May 22, 2011./ Includes bibliographical references (pages 142-144).
This stunning book offers an important mid-career retrospective of the work of American artist Richard Hawkins (born 1961), whose paintings, collages, and mixed-media pieces are making a crucial contribution to the contemporary art scene. Color plates present approximately 80 of Hawkins's works, representing each stage of his career and including pieces never before published. Based in Los Angeles, Hawkins addresses numerous contemporary issues in his art, especially those related to gender and identity and their connections to classical antiquity. The authors of the catalogue provide informative essays on aspects of Hawkins's work, the development of his vision, and his unique place in the contemporary art world.
Of the thirty miles of Lake Michigan shoreline within the city limits of Chicago, twenty-four miles is public park land. The crown jewels of its park system, the lakefront parks bewitch natives and visitors alike with their brisk winds, shady trees, sandy beaches, and rolling waves. Like most good things, the protection of the lakefront parks didn't come easy, and this book chronicles the hard-fought and never-ending battles Chicago citizens have waged to keep them "forever open, clear, and free."
Illustrated with historic and contemporary photographs, Wille's book tells how Chicago's lakefront has survived a century of development. The story serves as a warning to anyone who thinks the struggle for the lakefront is over, or who takes for granted the beauty of its public beaches and parks.
"A thoroughly fascinating and well-documented narrative which draws the reader into the sights, smells and sounds of Chicago's story. . . . Everyone who cares about the development of land and its conservation will benefit from reading Miss Wille's book."--Daniel J. Shannon, Architectural Forum
"Not only good reading, it is also a splendid example of how to equip concerned citizens for their necessary participation in the politics of planning and a more livable environment."--Library Journal
Today is the first day of the rest of your life -- Heigh-ho, heigh-ho -- Epic mountain hoax -- Mountain to mountain -- Mono-polytheism -- Invocation -- perfect shadow -- $1 exceptional coffee -- Ultra-confessional -- 1 + 1 = 3 -- Calcium rush -- Gradually, gills -- Ambien -- pill's oval portrait -- Etudes -- To do -- John Coltrane's central park west -- Astor Piazzolla -- Gone but not forgiven -- Competing lists -- Word and sentence -- Found in translation -- poetics of optics -- laminated lament -- Vaya con Dios -- Perversely patriotic -- Bad folk song -- Two dozen roses for Jackson Mac Low : a cento -- fragrance grifters -- Unisex colognes -- Echo -- Legacy -- Almonds -- Ciao Bella chocolate sorbet -- Pre-Raphaelite pinups -- Conversations with fountains -- sheep of days -- Bent orbit -- Tao -- Invoice -- date with Robbe-Grillet -- My illustrious Gargoyle ancestors -- Folk dance -- Maria Callas -- Another form of suicidal behavior -- Lesbian Corn -- Approaching orgasm -- Martha Graham -- Crusade -- At the end of summer -- At the mall -- Crickets crush woman -- In a monotonous dream -- Puritans -- Being sick together -- Surface tension -- foreign legion -- After a promising youth -- Things to do in the Bible -- Breakfast with Jerome -- You go to my head -- Escape from women's prison -- Aleister Crowley slept here -- Bouquet of objects -- Pale yellow -- For David Hockney -- Brand X -- Men in camisoles -- Dear Michael -- In the mail today -- After Herrick -- Destinations -- Art about fear -- Up the ladder of enlightenment -- My father sees a UFO -- Ninety percent of all serial killers -- Mulberry street -- Prescription -- lemon -- Decoy -- After Bacon -- Ah! -- To Harry Crosby at the Hotel Des Artistes -- Sometimes I get distracted -- Detail -- Self portrait as you -- Pink shutters -- Thesis sentence -- Beauty secret -- Monologue : Frank O'Hara -- Table of contents for an imaginary book -- Second thoughts -- Armani weather -- Remorse after shopping -- Wang Wei's moon -- Almost transparent -- Cupboard/shrine -- From Lorine -- Fennel -- Starting to Rain -- Letter of recommendation -- Voice-over -- origami of time -- Jerome meditating -- National poetry month -- Autobiographical poem -- banal -- seven veils of spring -- Negative capabilities -- Asking for a raise -- I interview Elaine Equi on the four elements -- Opaque saints -- quiet poem -- sensuous reader -- objects in catalogs -- objects in Japanese novels -- objects in fairy tales -- Wittgenstein's colors -- burden of bad objects -- My taste -- Everywhere today we see a lack of commitment -- "Your Purple Arrives" -- O patriarchy -- killers inside me -- Women and magic -- Early influence -- Furniture fantasy -- Take-out fantasy -- Alien fantasy -- Out of the cloud chamber -- lost poems -- bend in the light -- Intersections -- sentimental song -- Trenton local -- Dessert -- For August in April -- Return of the sensuous reader -- After and in keeping with H.D. -- Career -- Reset -- Variations on the horizon -- Okay -- monster dances -- Cannibals in space -- Poem beginning with a line by James Wright -- most beautiful blonde in the world -- Ode to Chicago -- Clown -- Then I became the weathergirl -- For Hollis Sigler -- Waiting on you -- Yes or no -- Hi-fashion girl -- Arranged affair -- Amber street -- Poem -- Dolor -- plan.
Equi was born in Oak Park, Illinois and grew up in the Chicago area. Since 1988 she has lived in New York City with her husband, poet Jerome Sala. She currently teaches creative writing in the Master of Fine Arts programs at City College of New York and The New School. Widely published, her poems have appeared in The New Yorker, American Poetry Review, and numerous volumes of The Best American Poetry. In April 2007 Coffee House Press published Ripple Effect: New and Selected Poems. Also in 2007 she edited a special section for Jacket Magazine: The Holiday Album: Greeting Card Poems For All Occasions.
In the fall of 1915, Alice Gray traded her life in Chicago for a solitary journey in the remote sand hills of northwest Indiana along Lake Michigan. Her audacity so bewitched reporters and a curious public that she became a legend in her own time-- "Diana of the Dunes."