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Thu Oct 16 18:00:25 2014 UTClccn-nr950091980.00The effects of industrialization on women workers in Indonesia /0.251.00Women's work in village industries on Java /46650564Ann_Dunhamnr 950091983796423Dunham, AnnDunham, Ann 1942-1995Dunham, Anna 1942-1995Dunham, S. AnnDunham, Stanley AnnDunham, Stanley Ann 1942-1995Dunham Sutoro, Ann 1942-1995Obama, Ann DunhamSoetoro, Ann DunhamSoetoro, Ann Dunham 1942-1995Soetoro, Stanley Ann DunhamSoetoro, Stanley Ann Dunham 1942-1995Sutoro, Ann DunhamSutoro, Ann Dunham 1942-1995lccn-n94112934Obama, Baracknp-scott, jannyScott, Jannylccn-n2009056684Cooper, Nancy I.lccn-n88050074Dewey, Alice G.lccn-no2010085438LaVoy, Januarynrtlccn-no2008017110OverDrive, Inclccn-no2003056774Islamic Arts Museum Malaysialccn-no2010085903Ingram Digital (Firm)np-maxwell, kareenaMaxwell, Kareenalccn-no2010057128Soetoro-Ng, MayaDunham, S. Ann(Stanley Ann)Exhibition catalogsCase studiesDirectoriesUnited StatesMothers of presidentsObama, BarackFamiliesIndonesiaBlacksmithingMetal-workRural industriesRural conditionsBatikCottage industriesVillages--Economic aspectsAnthropologistsWomen anthropologistsIndonesia--JavaPeasantsRural women--EmploymentPresidentsKenyansExpertiseRural women--Economic conditionsPersonality assessmentPresidents--Family relationshipsGraphic novelsIdentification (Psychology)Personality and cognitionHandicraftAndrogyny (Psychology)1942199519821983198519922008200920102011201228811943338.4768209598HC4474469ocn319500658book20090.56Dunham, S. AnnSurviving against the odds : village industry in Indonesia"President Barack Obama's mother, S. Ann Dunham, was an economic anthropologist and rural development consultant who worked in several countries including Indonesia... Surviving Against the Odds centers on the metalworking industries in the Javanese village of Kajar." -- dust jacket+-+2231987735182ocn809731662book20120.96Ann Dunham's legacy : a collection of Indonesian batikDirectoriesExhibition catalogs"The catalogue focuses on the life and work of Ann Dunham (Barack Obama's mother), as well as explores the history of batik, how it is made, worn and collected, as well as its alluring array of patterns and motifs." -- P. 4 of cover106ocn065874559book19920.88Dunham, S. AnnPeasant blacksmithing in Indonesia : surviving and thriving against all odds82ocn298706795book20080.96Dunham, S. AnnPendekar-pendekar besi Nusantara : kajian antropologi tentang pandai besi tradisional di Indonesia51ocn078077741book19920.97Dunham, S. AnnPeasant blacksmithing in Indonesia : surviving against all oddsCase studies42ocn064739325book19821.00Dunham, S. AnnWomen's work in village industries on Java11ocn428078083book1982Dunham, S. AnnThe effects of industrialization on women workers in IndonesiaText of speech given to the Indonesian Society of Development11ocn428080414book1983Dunham, S. AnnWomen's economic activities in North Coast fishing communities: background for a proposal from PPAInternal memo of The Ford Foundation, Jakarta, Indonesia, with background data to be used in evaluating a proposal from the Pusat Pengembangan Agribusiness (PPA) entitled 'Program Pembangunan Wnaita Nelayan di Karawang'11ocn428078084book1985Dunham, S. AnnWomen and employment : program statementDraft for internal Foundation use [probably The Ford Foundation, Jakarta, Indonesia]11ocn428080409book1982Dunham, S. AnnCivil rights of working Indonesian women21377ocn679930981book20110.19Scott, JannyA singular woman : the untold story of Barack Obama's motherBiographyAward-winning reporter Scott uncovers the full breadth of Stanley Ann Dunham's inspiring and untraditional life+-+42423994062373ocn732320764file20110.10Scott, JannyA singular woman [the untold story of Barack Obama's mother]BiographyA major publishing event: an unprecedented look into the life of the woman who most singularly shaped Barack Obama-his mother. Barack Obama has written extensively about his father, but little is known about Stanley Ann Dunham, the fiercely independent woman who raised him, the person he credits for, as he says, "what is best in me." Here is the missing piece of the story. Award-winning reporter Janny Scott interviewed nearly two hundred of Dunham's friends, colleagues, and relatives (including both her children), and combed through boxes of personal and professional papers, letters to friends, and photo albums, to uncover the full breadth of this woman's inspiring and untraditional life, and to show the remarkable extent to which she shaped the man Obama is today. Dunham's story moves from Kansas and Washington state to Hawaii and Indonesia. It begins in a time when interracial marriage was still a felony in much of the United States, and culminates in the present, with her son as our president - something she never got to see. It is a poignant look at how character is passed from parent to child, and offers insight into how Obama's destiny was created early, by his mother's extraordinary faith in his gifts, and by her unconventional mothering. Finally, it is a heartbreaking story of a woman who died at age fifty-two, before her son would go on to his greatest accomplishments and reflections of what she taught him+-+454149656632451ocn706019547book20100.07Maxwell, KareenaStanley : a novelFiction+-+566462543621ocn457323895book20080.92Barack Obama : beyond the risen sunComic books, strips, etcGraphic novels11ocn779215177visu2011Schuster, MichaelAnn Dunham field photographs from Indonesia : contemporary videoS. Ann Dunham (1942-1995), President Barack Obama's mother, is recognized for her outstanding work in anthropology which focused on the small craft industries in village Indonesia. Much of her research was carried out while she was an EWC student fellow in the 1970s. Her devotion to social and economic development was evidenced by her pioneering work in the field of microfinance and gender equity. Her anthropological research helped shape policies set by the institutions she worked with in Asia, including the Ford Foundation, USAID, the Asian Development Bank, and BRI, the oldest bank in Indonesia. This exhibition includes photographs taken during her years of field research in Indonesia as well as personal artifacts which include examples of metal smithing, jewelry, leather work, textiles, ceramics, and basketry made in the villages of Indonesia. Dunham's personal art and artifact collection has been augmented by some recent purchases, in order to give wider context to her work in Indonesia11ocn779215176visu2010EWC/EWCA International ConferenceThe Legacy of Ann Dunham Soetoro, program panel EWC/EWCA 50th Anniversary International Conference 2010, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, July 3, 201011ocn756042545book20101.00Gift from your family on the occasion of your visit to Indonesia during March, 2010 : for Barack, Michelle, Malia, and SashaPictorial works11ocn437253291book20090.47Stephan, MelissaAnn Dunham : a psychobiography with particular attention to the role of psychological androgynyBiography11ocn457305063book20080.92Barack Obama : the rising sunComic books, strips, etcGraphic novels+-+2231987735+-+2231987735Thu Oct 16 15:43:24 EDT 2014batch12771