The Pruitt-Igoe Myth, United States, 2011, produced by Chad Freidrichs, Jaime Freidrichs, Brian Woodman, and Paul Fehler, directed by Chad Freidrichs, written by Chad Freidrichs and Jaime Freidrichs.
A Corrective to the City from Above in The Pruitt-Igoe Myth
residing in the province of Kānem in Chad: “[The leader of the tribe] was greatly amused by the musical box, which, along with the clock, I found to be the most suitable instrument with which to convince the natives of the great superiority of European
Christopher Howard and Wendelin Küpers
is shrinking, even in “dead zones.” In this case, it may be(come) that there is no longer any place that is really and truly “out there,” away from it all, even deep in the Himalayas. At the center of the new media revolution is what Chad Hansen calls
Racial Politics of Mobility and Excretion among BC-Based Long Haul Truckers
Indian guy in the same room. [Chad] Although the persistence of slavery in the American South led to early, regionally specific links being drawn between trucking and a denigrated black masculinity, 1 elsewhere in North America the relationship between