Reading from the Inside Out

Book Reading from the Inside Out
Book Title
Reading from the Inside Out
Publisher
Author
Deborah Silvey
ISBN
9780321085818
Pages
N.A
Publish Date
2003

From the Inside Out

Book From the Inside Out
Book Title
From the Inside Out
Publisher
Wipf and Stock Publishers
Author
Ryan Kuja
ISBN
1532616392
Pages
208
Publish Date
2018-05-22

“For the sake of the world, we question. For the sake of the gospel, we examine. For the sake of the dignity of the image-bearers we serve—as well as ourselves—we inquire.” The evolution that has taken place in the world of mission over the last twenty-five years has left many Christians asking brutally honest questions about what we do and why we do it. Are we doing more damage than good? What does it look like to truly love and serve the marginalized in an authentic and effective way? What, actually, is the gospel and is it truly good news? In this groundbreaking book, Ryan Kuja vividly examines the world of Christian mission as few have seen it. With a beautiful balance of storytelling and theological reflection birthed from his own painful and powerful experiences on and off the field—from rural villages in South Sudan to major cities across Asia, Africa, and Latin America—Ryan guides us into global mission’s past and present, revealing where the light and hope lie, helping recover a missional future that will usher us into a new era. This is mission reimagined for a world recreated . . . from the inside out.

From the Inside Out

Book From the Inside Out
Book Title
From the Inside Out
Publisher
MIT Press
Author
Jill Lindsey Harrison
ISBN
0262537745
Pages
328
Publish Date
2019-10-29

An examination of why government agencies allow environmental injustices to persist. Many state and federal environmental agencies have put in place programs, policies, and practices to redress environmental injustices, and yet these efforts fall short of meeting the principles that environmental justice activists have fought for. In From the Inside Out, Jill Lindsey Harrison offers an account of the bureaucratic culture that hinders regulatory agencies' attempts to reduce environmental injustices. It is now widely accepted that America's poorest communities, communities of color, and Native American communities suffer disproportionate harm from environmental hazards, with higher exposure to pollution and higher incidence of lead poisoning, cancer, asthma, and other diseases linked to environmental ills. And yet, Harrison reports, some regulatory staff view these problems as beyond their agencies' area of concern, requiring too many resources, or see neutrality as demanding “color-blind” administration. Drawing on more than 160 interviews (with interviewees including 89 current or former agency staff members and more than 50 environmental justice activists and others who interact with regulatory agencies) and more than 50 hours of participant observation of agency meetings (both open- and closed-door), Harrison offers a unique account of how bureaucrats resist, undermine, and disparage environmental justice reform—and how environmental justice reformers within the agencies fight back by trying to change regulatory practice and culture from the inside out. Harrison argues that equity, not just aggregated overall improvement, should be a metric for evaluating environmental regulation.

From the Inside Out

Book From the Inside Out
Book Title
From the Inside Out
Publisher
Author
Jacqueline Rech
ISBN
9780578581897
Pages
268
Publish Date
2019-10

Follow as 11 therapists share their real and raw stories of triumph and healing. Then take a few steps on that journey yourself as you use the tools and journal questions to reflect on your life experiences.

Inside Out & Back Again

Book Inside Out & Back Again
Book Title
Inside Out & Back Again
Publisher
Univ. of Queensland Press
Author
Thanhha Lai
ISBN
0702251178
Pages
276
Publish Date
2013-03

Through a series of poems, a young girl chronicles the life-changing year of 1975, when she, her mother, and her brothers leave Vietnam and resettle in Alabama.

Leadership from the Inside Out

Book Leadership from the Inside Out
Book Title
Leadership from the Inside Out
Publisher
ReadHowYouWant.com
Author
Kevin Cashman
ISBN
1442950641
Pages
400
Publish Date
2008

"Framed in seven simple yet profound "mastery areas," this book serves as an integrated coaching experience that helps leaders understand how to harness their authentic, value-creating influence and elevate their impact as individuals, in teams, and in organizations. Cashman demonstrates that his trademark "whole-person" approach - we lead by virtue of who we are - is essential to sustained success in today's talent-starved marketplace and provides a measurable return on investment. For everyone from CEOs to emerging leaders, this second edition advances the art and science of leadership and is even more relevant today than when it was first published."-

Learning from the Inside Out

Book Learning from the Inside Out
Book Title
Learning from the Inside Out
Publisher
Assn for Childhood Education International
Author
Stevie Hoffman
ISBN
Pages
95
Publish Date
1989

Architecture from the Inside Out

Book Architecture from the Inside Out
Book Title
Architecture from the Inside Out
Publisher
Academy Press
Author
Karen A. Franck,R. Bianca Lepori
ISBN
9780470057858
Pages
200
Publish Date
2007

Introducing a basis for design that transcends fixed notions of style and emerging technologies, this book emphasizes feeling, moving and the experiential. Since the book's initial publication in 2000, architects and writers have been drawn to a more sensory approach to architecture. But there is still a need to encourage and to illustrate the pursuit of design, not as a project, imposing preconceived ideas upon a situation, but as a process evolving from the inside - from movement, sensation, surroundings and a dialogue between architect and client. The authors describe such an approach that places human life, experience and materiality at the centre of design and that seeks out opportunities for discovery, growth and transformation. Karen A. Franck is an environmental psychologist who has taught for many years in the New Jersey School of Architecture. R. Bianca Lepori is a practicing architect in Italy with many years of experience in designing houses and maternity health care facilities. Praise for the first edition: Franck and Lepori believe [architecture] should be more alive and take its character from the human body. When similarly designed from the inside out, rather than being austere and devoid of sensibilities, buildings would offer spatial sensations that connect with people. Beverly Russell, Executive Director, Archeworks The authors use...contemporary lenses as phenomenology and feminism to guide us on our journey through buildings. They trace the haptic qualities of architecture back through the design process with both daring and documentation. Deborah Gans, Architect and Associate Professor, Pratt Institute This book should be required reading for all architectural and design students as well as for all those individuals who are responsible for making decisions that influence our built environment. Wayne Ruga, Founder, Symposium on Healthcare Design and the Center for Health Design.

The Musical from the Inside Out

Book The Musical from the Inside Out
Book Title
The Musical from the Inside Out
Publisher
Ivan R. Dee
Author
Stephen Citron
ISBN
1461720966
Pages
305
Publish Date
1997-10-01

Rarely is a book about the theatre as entertaining and informative as Stephen Citron's new guidebook to the creation of the musical. Filled with anecdotes, practical advice, and sparkling comments from the biggest Broadway insiders, The Musical from the Inside Out examines this major theatrical form from the creator's point of view. Mr. Citron takes the reader through basic training and onto finding and securing material, writing the libretto, adding the songs, auditioning the players, workshopping, rehearsals, previews, and the excitement of opening night. He reveals the secrets of success as well as some of the common pitfalls of failure. "There's never been a book like this," wrote a columnist from London's West End. Mr. Citron's bounty of information comes from his own vast experience; from interviews with well-known directors, producers, lyricists, composers, librettists, stage managers, and scenic artists; and from such luminaries as Stephen Sondheim, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Jerry Herman, Hal Prince, Jerome Robbins, Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick, John Kander, and Fred Ebb. The Musical From the Inside Out is an adventure for musical fans and required reading for professionals or amateurs involved in creating a musical.

Nonfiction Writing

Book Nonfiction Writing
Book Title
Nonfiction Writing
Publisher
Teaching Resources
Author
Laura Robb
ISBN
9780439513685
Pages
336
Publish Date
2004

Shows how to teach students the basics of nonfiction writing, including voice, narrative elements, sidebars, and interviews.

From the Inside Out

Book From the Inside Out
Book Title
From the Inside Out
Publisher
MIT Press
Author
Jill Lindsey Harrison
ISBN
0262537745
Pages
328
Publish Date
2019-10-29

An examination of why government agencies allow environmental injustices to persist. Many state and federal environmental agencies have put in place programs, policies, and practices to redress environmental injustices, and yet these efforts fall short of meeting the principles that environmental justice activists have fought for. In From the Inside Out, Jill Lindsey Harrison offers an account of the bureaucratic culture that hinders regulatory agencies' attempts to reduce environmental injustices. It is now widely accepted that America's poorest communities, communities of color, and Native American communities suffer disproportionate harm from environmental hazards, with higher exposure to pollution and higher incidence of lead poisoning, cancer, asthma, and other diseases linked to environmental ills. And yet, Harrison reports, some regulatory staff view these problems as beyond their agencies' area of concern, requiring too many resources, or see neutrality as demanding “color-blind” administration. Drawing on more than 160 interviews (with interviewees including 89 current or former agency staff members and more than 50 environmental justice activists and others who interact with regulatory agencies) and more than 50 hours of participant observation of agency meetings (both open- and closed-door), Harrison offers a unique account of how bureaucrats resist, undermine, and disparage environmental justice reform—and how environmental justice reformers within the agencies fight back by trying to change regulatory practice and culture from the inside out. Harrison argues that equity, not just aggregated overall improvement, should be a metric for evaluating environmental regulation.

Changing Business from the Inside Out

Book Changing Business from the Inside Out
Book Title
Changing Business from the Inside Out
Publisher
Berrett-Koehler Publishers
Author
Tim Mohin
ISBN
1609946421
Pages
272
Publish Date
2012-07-02

The BP oil spill, the 2008 global financial collapse, and revelations of scandalous working conditions at Chinese electronics supplier Foxconn show why so many are suspicious of promises of corporate responsibility. But slowly and fitfully, corporations are changing. It’s not just because of the high cost of making amends and a fear of negative publicity. Consumers are demanding better corporate behavior, and an increasing number of executives are eager to make their organizations more of a force for good. But corporations can’t act in responsible ways if no “treehuggers” are working inside the system to lead the effort. For more than two decades, Timothy J. Mohin has worked to improve working conditions, clean up factories, and battle climate change—all while being employed by some of the biggest companies in the world. In Changing Business from the Inside Out he’s written the first practical, authoritative insider’s guide to creating a career in corporate responsibility. Mohin describes how to get started and what the day-to-day experience of being “the designated driver at the corporate cocktail party” is really like. He recounts colorful case studies from his own career, provides advice on how CSR workers can have greater impact, and even looks into how employees in other corporate functions can make a difference. He details the programs and processes needed to support a comprehensive CSR effort, but perhaps most importantly, he identifies the personal and professional skills needed to navigate corporate politics and get buy-in from sometimes skeptical colleagues. With more than 80 percent of the Fortune 500 now publishing “sustainability reports,” a new career path has been forged in corporate responsibility. From strategy to data mining to supply chains and communication, this book is the “operator’s manual” for this new career path.

How to Read a Book

Book How to Read a Book
Book Title
How to Read a Book
Publisher
Simon and Schuster
Author
Mortimer J. Adler,Charles Van Doren
ISBN
9781439144831
Pages
426
Publish Date
2011-05-10

With half a million copies in print, How to Read a Book is the best and most successful guide to reading comprehension for the general reader, completely rewritten and updated with new material. A CNN Book of the Week: “Explains not just why we should read books, but how we should read them. It's masterfully done.” –Farheed Zakaria Originally published in 1940, this book is a rare phenomenon, a living classic that introduces and elucidates the various levels of reading and how to achieve them—from elementary reading, through systematic skimming and inspectional reading, to speed reading. Readers will learn when and how to “judge a book by its cover,” and also how to X-ray it, read critically, and extract the author’s message from the text. Also included is instruction in the different techniques that work best for reading particular genres, such as practical books, imaginative literature, plays, poetry, history, science and mathematics, philosophy and social science works. Finally, the authors offer a recommended reading list and supply reading tests you can use measure your own progress in reading skills, comprehension, and speed.

Turned Inside Out

Book Turned Inside Out
Book Title
Turned Inside Out
Publisher
Northwestern University Press
Author
Steven Shankman
ISBN
0810134934
Pages
200
Publish Date
2017-05-15

In Turned Inside Out: Reading the Russian Novel in Prison, Steven Shankman reflects on his remarkable experience teaching texts by Fyodor Dostoevsky, Vasily Grossman, and Emmanuel Levinas in prison to a mix of university students and inmates. These persecuted writers—Shankman argues that Dostoevsky’s and Levinas’s experiences of incarceration were formative—describe ethical obligation as an experience of being turned inside out by the face-to-face encounter. Shankman relates this experience of being turned inside out to the very significance of the word “God,” to Dostoevsky’s tormented struggles with religious faith, to Vasily Grossman’s understanding of his Jewishness in his great novel Life and Fate, and to the interpersonal encounters the author has witnessed reading these texts with his students in the prison environment. Turned Inside Out will appeal to readers with interests in the classic novels of Russian literature, in prisons and pedagogy, or in Levinas and phenomenology. At a time when the humanities are struggling to justify the centrality of their mission in today’s colleges and universities, Steven Shankman by example makes an undeniably powerful case for the transformative power of reading great texts.

Music from the Inside Out

Book Music from the Inside Out
Book Title
Music from the Inside Out
Publisher
Alfred Music Publishing
Author
Daniel Anker,Carol Ponder,Donna Santman,Eric Booth
ISBN
9780739042991
Pages
104
Publish Date
2007

"Brings kids inside the world of music by helping them understand what proficient listeners think and feel as they listen to music, and what musicians think and feel as they play music ... Students construct their own understandings of music, first through an exploration of their personal relationship to music, then through a series of listen and talk sessions, and finally, by composing their own pieces and exploring the connections between their lives and the works of music they create ... All lessons fulfill the National Standards for Music Education"--From publisher description.

Inside Out

Book Inside Out
Book Title
Inside Out
Publisher
Author
Marjorie Maddox
ISBN
9781950462445
Pages
64
Publish Date
2020-02-27

Marjorie Maddox knows poetry. If I had to pick one book to introduce students to the joy of writing poems, this would be it. Maddox creates a book full of original poems to show us the inside out of every kind of poem you could ever want to write. I dare you to read a page or two without reaching for your pen and composing a poem of your own. From alliteration to sonnets and the villanelle, Marjorie Maddox makes metaphors meaningful and memorable. -Charles Ghigna - FatherGoose(R) It is clear that Marjorie Maddox loves poetry and loves her audience. The poems of the book-"How to Write a Villanelle," "How to Touch a Poem," to name two-illustrate the topics. For instance, "How to Touch a Poem" starts with "Forget distance or that anemic wave / you save for mere acquaintances and great aunts." Sometimes people may not write poetry because they don't know how to approach it, and Maddox removes the barriers. If you have ever thought about writing poetry and needed concrete tips, this is the book for you. -Kim Bridgford, editor, Mezzo Cammin Inside Out ... combines original poetry with inviting activities to guide young people in writing poetry themselves. More than two dozen inventive poems present key concepts, elements, and forms of poetry, each ... accessible and engaging. For example, her poem, "Simile Explains Metaphor," cleverly uses the teen-speak of "like" to illustrate how similes and metaphors work in just six lines. Puns, paradoxes, and alliteration, as well as clerihews, acrostics, and sonnets are all presented in pithy poems that provide a laser focus on the poetic element being introduced. Then Maddox offers nine in-depth "insider exercises" grounded in the previous poems with helpful steps and fun challenges for young writers. It's a unique combination of playful poems about poetry and crackerjack exercises for aspiring writers. - Sylvia Vardell, author of Poetry Aloud Here! and co-editor of the Poetry Friday anthologies with Janet Wong

From the Inside Out: Harrowing Escapes from the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center

Book From the Inside Out: Harrowing Escapes from the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center
Book Title
From the Inside Out: Harrowing Escapes from the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center
Publisher
Author
Erik O. Ronningen
ISBN
9786210100945
Pages
170
Publish Date
2018-07-03

Erik Ronningen was on the 71st floor of the North Tower on September 11, 2001 when American Airlines Flight 11 struck the building. After an incredible, near miraculous journey down through the acrid, smoke-filled building, Erik tried to get to the Security Command Center in the South Tower. Unable to do so, he was the last person to make it out of the South Tower alive.Here is the story of his harrowing escape interwoven with the accounts of fourteen others who were lucky enough to be able to recount them.Altogether, these accounts document the bravery and heroism, selflessness and generosity demonstrated by hundreds of people when their normal everyday lives were suddenly plunged into a fiery scramble for survival.The astonishing photograph on the cover of this book was taken by survivor Jim Usher as he lay on the concrete outside the WTC losing consciousness, so his family could see what he saw during what he thought were the last moments of his life. And yes, that flag was really there! This photograph has never before been made public.

Welcome to Headquarters (Disney/Pixar Inside Out)

Book Welcome to Headquarters (Disney/Pixar Inside Out)
Book Title
Welcome to Headquarters (Disney/Pixar Inside Out)
Publisher
RH/Disney
Author
RH Disney,Random House Disney,Apple Jordan
ISBN
9780736433181
Pages
32
Publish Date
2015-05-05

Featuring full-color film images, a selection of age-targeted, skill-building adaptations of the new Disney/Pixar film take children on an exciting adventure into the human mind, where they can gain insight into the myriad emotions of young Riley. Movie tie-in.

World-Building from the Inside Out: Workbook

Book World-Building from the Inside Out: Workbook
Book Title
World-Building from the Inside Out: Workbook
Publisher
Author
Janeen Ippolito
ISBN
9781983872754
Pages
74
Publish Date
2018-02-06

This book has questions. You have the answers!The World-Building From the Inside Out Workbook is filled with detailed questions and easy-to-grasp explanations to help you probe more deeply into your created world and fill it with meaning that pushes plot and builds tension. Use it along with the World-Building From the Inside Out reference book, or individually to jump start your creative process. Ask questions. Dream big. Build the fantastic!

Inside Out 360

Book Inside Out 360
Book Title
Inside Out 360
Publisher
Johnson Publications Limited (UK)
Author
Lati'a D. Johnson
ISBN
9780615441016
Pages
232
Publish Date
2011-01

Evea's life had to go on after TE`s death and the loss of her best friend. She continues to live like a queen. Evea has a beautiful estate, wealth and a sexy man to share it with. At first glance her life appears to be perfect. She believes the lover she met in prison years prior to be her savior and dream come true! Adam has managed to live up to her expectations for years. He struggled to keep her away from the truth and all that is familiar to her in the name of protection. Evea's life comes crashing down when Adam's dirty secret is revealed. Her dream soon becomes a nightmare as the truth unfolds before her eyes. The man that she lay with night after night is anything but a dream and is actually the cause of all that she has lost. Evea's world gets turned "INSIDE OUT" as the ugly truth comes full circle!