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Anders Breivik and the Rise of Islamophobia
Author: Sindre Bangstad
Publisher: Zed Books Ltd.
ISBN: 1783600101
Pages: 304
Year: 2014-06-12
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In late July 2011, Norway was struck by the worst terror attacks in its history. In a fertilizer-bomb attack on Government Headquarters in Oslo and a one-hour-long shooting spree at the Labour Party Youth Camp at Utøya, seventy-seven people, mostly teenagers, were killed by Anders Behring Breivik. By targeting young future social democratic leaders, his actions were meant to lead to the downfall of Europe’s purportedly multiculturalist elites, thus removing an obstacle to his plans for an ethnic cleansing of Muslims from Europe. In this highly original work, leading Norwegian social anthropologist Sindre Bangstad reveals how Breivik's beliefs were not simply the result of a deranged mind, but rather they are the result of the political mainstreaming of pernicious racist and Islamophobic discourses. These ideas, currently gaining common currency, threaten equal rights to dignity, citizenship and democratic participation for minorities throughout contemporary Europe. An authoritative account of the Norwegian terror attacks and the neo-racist discourse that motivated them.
Folklore Fights the Nazis
Author: Kathleen Stokker
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 0299154432
Pages: 280
Year: 1997-02-01
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Armed with jokes, puns, and cartoons, Norwegians tried to keep their spirits high and foster the Resistance by poking fun at the occupying Germans during World War II. Despite a 1942 ordinance mandating death for the ridicule of Nazi soldiers, Norwegians attacked the occupying Nazis and their Norwegian collaborators by means of anecdotes, quips, insinuating personal ads, children’s stories, Christmas cards, mock postage stamps, and symbolic clothing. In relating this dramatic story, Kathleen Stokker draws upon her many interviews with survivors of the Occupation and upon the archives of the Norwegian Resistance Museum and the University of Oslo. Central to the book are four “joke notebooks” kept by women ranging in age from eleven to thirty, who found sufficient meaning in this humor to risk recording and preserving it. Stokker also cites details from wartime diaries of three other women from East, West, and North Norway. Placing the joking in historical, cultural, and psychological context, Stokker demonstrates how this seemingly frivolous humor in fact contributed to the development of a resistance mentality among an initially confused, paralyzed, and dispirited population, stunned by the German invasion of their neutral country. For this paperback edition, Stokker has added a new preface offering a comparative view of resistance through humor in neighboring Denmark.
Norwegian Native Art
Author: Imke von Helden
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 3643908806
Pages: 200
Year: 2017
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Often dismissed as an image with which to attract tourists and to endow athletes with associations of power and endurance, the Vikings and Norse mythology seem to have lost their appeal as an element of identity construction in Norwegian society-apart from the phenomenon of metal music, where these elements are essential. This study analyses the functions of Norse themes as they are applied in Norwegian metal culture with regard to the construction and experience of cultural identity, shedding light on the musicians' diverse motivations and intentions. Imke von Helden's research focuses on the adaption of history in metal culture from a Scandinavianist's perspective. She currently works as a research assistant at the University of Koblenz-Landau. Dissertation (Series: Scandinavian. Language-Literature-Culture /Skandinavistik. Sprache-Literatur-Kultur, Vol. 12) [Subject: Sociology, Music Studies, Norwegian Studies, Cultural Studies, Scandinavian Studies]
Joining Society
Author: Anne-Nelly Perret-Clermont
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521520428
Pages: 342
Year: 2004
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Sheds new light on the processes of socialization on today's youth.
Secular Choral Music in Print
Author: [Anonymus AC00830805]
Publisher: Philadelphia : Musicdata
Pages: 365
Year: 1993
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Numedalslaget Nyheter
Year: 1995
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Choral music in print
Author: emusicquest
Publisher: Musicdata Inc
Pages: 661
Year: 1991-09
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Music in Print Master Composer Index, 1988
Author: emusicquest
Publisher: Philadelphia : Musicdata
Pages: 824
Year: 1989-01-01
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Norges litteratur historie
Author: Edvard Beyer
ISBN: 8202030005
Pages: 511
Year: 1975
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Teknisk ukeblad
Year: 1970-10
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Norges geologiske undersøkelse
Year: 1964
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Author: Jonas Hassen Khemiri
Publisher: Knopf
ISBN: 0307595323
Pages: 336
Year: 2011-03-01
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At the start of this dazzlingly inventive novel from Jonas Hassen Khemiri, Abbas, a world-famous photographer and estranged father to a young novelist—also named Jonas Hassen Khemiri—is standing on a luxurious rooftop terrace in New York City. He is surrounded by rock stars, intellectuals, and political luminaries gathered to toast his fiftieth birthday. And yet how did Abbas, a dirt-poor Tunisian orphan and Swedish émigré, come to enjoy such success? Jonas is fresh off the publication of his first novel when answers to this question come in the form of an unexpected e-mail from Kadir, a lifelong friend of Abbas and an effervescent storyteller with delightfully anarchic linguistic idiosyncrasies. The portrait Kadir paints of Abbas—from a voluntarily mute boy who suffers constant night terrors, to a soulful young charmer, to a Swedish immigrant and political exile—proves to be vastly different from Jonas’s view of his father. As the two jagged versions reconcile in Kadir and Jonas’s impassioned correspondence, we’re given a portrayal of a man that is at once tender and feverishly imagined. With an arresting blend of humor and wit, Montecore marks the stateside arrival of an already acclaimed international novelist. Winner of the PO Enquist Literary Prize for accomplished European novelists under forty, Jonas Hassen Khemiri has created a world that is as heartbreaking as it is exhilarating. From the Hardcover edition.
Praktik handbok för alla utarbetad af sakkunniga personer
Author: Wilhelm Kôersner
Year: 1886
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Patina Style
Author: Brooke Giannetti
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 1423622545
Pages: 160
Year: 2011-09-01
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The Giannettis have developed a home design style that embraces age, patina, weathered and worn surfaces, and rough surfaces. Patina Style is a color palette, a romance with subtlety, an attraction to natural materials and architectural details. It is at once old-world, contemporary, and mildly industrial. Patina Style gives insight into materials choices, methods and treatments that result in spaces that celebrate beauty in the old, the imperfect, the slightly roughed-up.
Olav Trygvason
Author: Edvard Grieg, Bjornstjerne Bjornson
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1500134015
Pages: 90
Year: 2014-06-09
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Title: Olav Trygvason, Op. 50 Composer: Edvard Grieg Original Publisher: Peters The Vocal Score to Grieg's Olav Trygvason, Op. 50, as originally published by Peters. This opera remained incomplete, with one act, three scenes. Performer's Reprints are produced in conjunction with the International Music Score Library Project. These are out of print or historical editions, which we clean, straighten, touch up, and digitally reprint. Due to the age of original documents, you may find occasional blemishes, damage, or skewing of print. While we do extensive cleaning and editing to improve the image quality, some items are not able to be repaired. A portion of each book sold is donated to small performing arts organizations to create jobs for performers and to encourage audience growth.

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