WorldCat Identities
Thu Feb 12 22:01:40 2015 UTClccn-n990292160.00Music directory Canada '830.471.00The world's Columbia Exposition of 1893 a historical study /117001007n 990292164965919lccn-n80013055Mills, C. Wright(Charles Wright)1916-1962autlccn-n99029219Mills, Pamela1943-edtnp-mills, pamelaMills, Pamelaedtlccn-n50021377Wakefield, Dannp-mills, c wright$mills charles wright$1916 1962Mills, C. Wright(Mills, Charles Wright)1916-1962autnp-alvarez klein, beatriz eAlvarez Klein, Beatriz E.trlnp-alvarez klein, beatrizAlvarez Klein, Beatrizlccn-no93035837Greiff, Iralccn-n80098112Hayden, Tomlccn-n80015821Birnbaum, NormanMills, Kathryn1955-BiographyRecords and correspondenceDirectoriesSociologistsUnited StatesMills, C. Wright--(Charles Wright),South AustraliaCanadaMusicPerformancesMills, William--(Barrister-at-law)Pryor, BillWilliams, OwenTheater programs19551982198419962000200120041789728301.092HM479.M55ocn469643012ocn651287366ocn469257785ocn799463419ocn760491880ocn804234665ocn760610369ocn640022715176319ocn050552998file20000.47Mills, C. WrightLetters and autobiographical writingsBiographyRecords and correspondence"One of the leading public intellectuals of twentieth-century America and a pioneering and brilliant social scientist, C. Wright Mills left a legacy of interdisciplinary and hard-hitting work, including two books that changed the way many people viewed their lives and the structure of power in the United States: White Collar (1951) and The Power Elite (1956). Mills persistently challenged the status quo within his profession - as in The Sociological Imagination (1959) - and within his country, until his untimely death in 1962. This collection of letters and writings, edited by his daughters, allows readers to see behind Mills's public persona for the first time." "This volume charts his journey from Waco, Texas, to New York City and his professorship at Columbia College, from political discussions in Greenwich Village to interviews with intellectual dissidents in Eastern Europe and the newly empowered revolutionaries in Cuba." "Mills's letters to prominent figures - including Saul Alinsky, Daniel Bell, Lewis Coser, Carlos Fuentes, Hans Gerth, Irving Howe, Dwight Macdonald, Robert K. Merton, Ralph Miliband, William Miller, David Riesman, and Harvey Swados - are joined by his letters to family members, letter-essays to an imaginary friend in Russia, personal narratives by his daughters, and annotations drawing on published and unpublished material, including the FBI file on Mills."--Jacket+-+0156675705183ocn475927396file20000.60Mills, C. WrightC. Wright Mills Letters and Autobiographical WritingsBiographyRecords and correspondenceOne of the leading public intellectuals of twentieth-century America and a pioneering and brilliant social scientist, C. Wright Mills left a legacy of interdisciplinary and hard-hitting work including two books that changed the way many people viewed their lives and the structure of power in the United States: White Collar (1951) and The Power Elite (1956)+-+245787570531ocn048574952visu20010.96Tribute to C. Wright MillsFriends and colleagues read from the book, C. Wright Mills : letters and autobiographical writings, published by the University of California Press. They also talked about their connections with Mills and about the inspiration of his writings on their lives. Mills was a sociologist and teacher, whose anti-establishment writings influenced the reformist social thinking of the 1960s. The book was co-edited by Ms. Mills, daughter of C. Wright Mills. Mr. Wakefield, who wrote the introduction to the book, acted as moderator. Mr. Mills is the son of C. Wright Mills22ocn251613217book1982Music directory Canada '8311ocn640022715book19961.00Mills, KathrynThe world's Columbia Exposition of 1893 a historical study11ocn434908292book1984Music directory CanadaDirectories11ocn862058155bookSnow White and the seven giants, written and directed by Maureen Braithwaite : [theatre program], [1987?], Ross Robertson Memorial Nursing Home, Ross Robertson Burlesque SocietyThe "Ross Robertson Burlesque Society" is the name given to the staff/volunteers of the Ross Robertson Memorial Nursing Home for a once only performance for charity (no dates of performances are listed in the program)+-+0156675705+-+0156675705Fri Feb 13 11:09:16 EST 2015batch7168