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The Humanistic Tradition: Modernism; Postmodernism; and the Global Perspective (7th Edition) – Book 6

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Understanding that a global humanities course is taught in varying ways; Gloria Fiero reconsiders the discipline for greater flexibility with The Humanistic Tradition; 7th Edition; (PDF). Enhanced by McGraw-Hill’s LearnSmart® and SmartBook®; Fiero offers a learning experience tailored to the requirements of each institution; instructor; and student. With the ability to include new extended readings; streaming great music; and artwork; The Humanistic Tradition Book 6 rebuilds the understanding of the relationship between world cultures and humankind’s creative legacy.

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book-author

Gloria Fiero

publisher

McGraw-Hill Higher Education; 7th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

192 pages

language

English

asin

B00VF63J88

isbn10

1259352110

isbn13

9781259352119

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Cover……Page 1
Book 6 The Humanistic Tradition……Page 2
Series Contents……Page 6
Book 6 Contents……Page 7
Letter from the Author……Page 10
Preface……Page 11
BEFORE WE BEGIN……Page 13
32 The Modernist Assault (ca. 1900–1950)……Page 14
The New Physics……Page 15
READING 32.1 From Pound’s Personae……Page 16
READING 32.2 Eliot’s “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”……Page 17
Picasso……Page 19
MAKING CONNECTIONS……Page 20
The Birth of Cubism……Page 21
Assemblage……Page 22
Futurism……Page 23
The Birth of Motion Pictures……Page 24
Matisse and Fauvism……Page 25
Brancusi and Abstraction……Page 26
Nonobjective Art……Page 27
Kandinsky……Page 28
Mondrian……Page 29
Russian Constructivism……Page 30
The Architecture of Wright……Page 31
Le Corbusier……Page 33
Early Twentieth-Century Music……Page 34
Stravinsky……Page 35
Stravinsky, The Rite of Spring, “Sacrificial Dance,” 1913, excerpt……Page 36
LOOKING BACK……Page 37
Glossary……Page 38
33 The Freudian Revolution (ca. 1900–1950)……Page 39
From Freud’s The Interpretation of Dreams……Page 40
READING 33.1 From Freud’s Civilization and Its Discontents……Page 41
EXPLORING ISSUES Freud versus the Critics……Page 43
READING 33.2 From Proust’s Swann’s Way……Page 44
The Nightmare Reality of Kafka……Page 45
READING 33.3 From Kafka’s “The Metamorphosis”……Page 46
Joyce and Stream-of-Consciousness Prose……Page 47
The New Psychology and the Visual Arts……Page 48
Expressionism……Page 49
Metaphysical Art and Fantasy……Page 50
The Dada Movement……Page 51
Surrealism and Abstract Surrealists: Picasso, Miró, and Klee……Page 52
Visionary Surrealists: Magritte and Dalí……Page 54
Music Listening Selections……Page 55
The Women of Surrealism……Page 56
Strauss and Bartók……Page 57
Berg……Page 58
Glossary……Page 59
34 Total War, Totalitarianism, and the Arts (ca. 1900–1950)……Page 60
World War I……Page 61
34.1 World War I, 1914–1918……Page 62
READING 34.2 From Eliot’s The Waste Land……Page 63
READING 34.4 From Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western Front……Page 64
Grosz……Page 66
Lenin on a Revolutionary Elite and Electrification……Page 67
Mexico’s Mural Renaissance……Page 70
LOOKING INTO Thomas Hart Benton’s City Activities……Page 71
Photography……Page 72
World War II……Page 73
From Hersey’s Hiroshima……Page 74
Responses to Totalitarianism……Page 75
Photojournalism……Page 76
MAKING CONNECTIONS……Page 77
Britten……Page 78
Eisenstein……Page 79
Film in America……Page 80
Copland, Appalachian Spring, 1944, excerpt……Page 81
LOOKING BACK……Page 82
Glossary……Page 83
35 The Quest for Meaning (ca. 1940–1960)……Page 84
The Philosophy of Sartre……Page 85
READING 35.1 From Sartre’s “Existentialism”……Page 86
EXPLORING ISSUES Communism versus Capitalism……Page 87
Utopias and Dystopias……Page 88
From Camus’ The Myth of Sisyphus……Page 89
READING 35.2 From Beckett’s Waiting for Godot……Page 90
READING 35.4 Tagore’s “The Man Had No Useful Work”……Page 91
Abstract Expressionism……Page 92
Pollock……Page 94
Color-Field Painting……Page 95
Hopper’s America……Page 96
Smith……Page 97
Calder……Page 98
Mies van der Rohe……Page 99
Wright at Mid-Century……Page 100
Cage, Sonata V, 1948, excerpt……Page 102
Cunningham……Page 103
Glossary……Page 104
36 Liberation and Equality (ca. 1930–present)……Page 105
Liberation and Literature in the Islamic World……Page 106
READING 36.2 Neruda’s “United Fruit Co.”……Page 107
The Harlem Renaissance……Page 108
READING 36.4 The Poems of Brooks……Page 109
READING 36.5 From Wright’s The Ethics of Living Jim Crow……Page 110
READING 36.6 From King’s Letter from Birmingham Jail……Page 112
READING 36.7 From Malcolm X’s “Message to the Grass Roots”……Page 114
Baldwin and Ellison……Page 115
READING 36.8 From Ellison’s Invisible Man……Page 116
READING 36.9 Walker’s “Elethia”……Page 117
Saar and Colescott……Page 118
African-Americans and Film……Page 119
Handy, “St. Louis Blues,” 1914……Page 121
Hardin/Armstrong, “Hotter Than That,” 1927……Page 122
Parker/Gillespie, “Koko,” 1945……Page 123
The Quest for Gender Equality……Page 124
READING 36.10 From Woolf’s “A Room of One’s Own”……Page 125
READING 36.11 From de Beauvoir’s The Second Sex……Page 126
Plath and Sexton……Page 127
READING 36.12 Feminist Poems……Page 128
Chicago……Page 129
Sherman and Kruger……Page 130
LOOKING INTO Chicago’s Dinner Party……Page 131
Gender Identity……Page 132
Gender Identity and the Arts……Page 133
EXPLORING ISSUES Issue-Driven Art……Page 134
Glossary……Page 135
37 The Information Age (ca. 1960–present)……Page 136
The Information Explosion……Page 137
EXPLORING ISSUES The Perils of the Information Age……Page 138
The Human Genome……Page 139
Postmodernism……Page 140
READING 37.1 Oates’ “Ace”……Page 141
READING 37.3 Ashbery’s “Paradoxes and Oxymorons”……Page 143
Science Fiction……Page 144
Science-Fiction Film……Page 145
Pop Art……Page 146
Assemblage……Page 147
Art Film……Page 148
Geometric Abstraction……Page 149
Minimalism……Page 150
New Realism……Page 151
Total Art……Page 153
Video Art……Page 154
Architecture in the Information Age……Page 156
Music in the Information Age……Page 157
MAKING CONNECTIONS……Page 158
Babbitt, Ensembles for Synthesizer, 1951, excerpt……Page 159
Glass, Einstein on the Beach, “Knee Play 1,” 1976……Page 160
LOOKING BACK……Page 161
Glossary……Page 162
38 Globalism: The Contemporary World (ca. 1970–present)……Page 163
On African Unity from Kwame Nkrumah’s I Speak of Freedom……Page 164
READING 38.1 Achebe’s “Dead Men’s Path”……Page 165
The Arts and Terrorism……Page 166
MAKING CONNECTIONS……Page 167
READING 38.2 Szymborska’s “The Terrorist, He Watches”……Page 168
China: Global Ascendance……Page 169
READING 38.4 From Wilson’s The Diversity of Life……Page 171
Green Architecture……Page 172
From Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior……Page 173
READING 38.5 Cisneros’ “No Speak English” from The House on Mango Street……Page 174
Ethnic Conflict……Page 175
Art and Activism……Page 176
Film and Activism……Page 177
Immersive Environments……Page 178
The Digital Arts……Page 179
Digital Projects……Page 180
MAKING CONNECTIONS……Page 181
Digital Film……Page 182
Kalhor, Gallop of a Thousand Horses, The Silk Road Project, 2005……Page 183
Cybersounds……Page 184
LOOKING BACK……Page 185
Glossary……Page 186
Picture Credits……Page 187
Literary Credits……Page 188
Index……Page 189

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