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ProQuest Ebook Central
Contains over 140,000 ebooks that you can read online or download. Titles also appear in the Library Catalog, but going direct through this link will let you search the full-text of all the books and browse every title. (Formerly ebrary.)
Books and eBooks in Lilly's Collection
Sex, Marriage, and Family in World Religions
Call Number: Lilly Library Main BL65.S4 S48
Publication Date: 2006
This collection brings together writings and teachings about sex, marriage, and family from the Jewish, Christian, Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist, and Confucian traditions.
Marriage, Family, and Relationships
Call Number: Lilly Library Reference GN480 .B76 1994
Publication Date: 1995
The human family is ever-evolving, changing with time and adapting to place. This work explores how and to what degree do world cultures differ in their sexual, familial, and social habits, and what are the common features.
Leaving America: The New Expatriate Generation
Publication Date: 2007
This book focuses on modern American expatriates as a significant and heretofore largely ignored counterpoint phenomenon every bit as central to understanding modern America as is the image of a nation of immigrants.
Contemporary Youth Culture
Publication Date: 2005
This two-volume set chronicles how technology, economics, the media and society created the modern concept of youth. Topics explored include hip hop culture, punk culture, social justice movements, video games, political activism, post-feminism, television, race and ethnicity, visual art, sports, drugs, and much more.
eBooks on Japanese culture
Global Goes Local
Publication Date: 2007
Covering topics from pop music in Korea to TV commercials in Malaysia, this collection shows how imported cultural forms can be invested with fresh meaning and transformed by local artists to result in new forms of assertion and resistance that also meet the needs of their particular audiences.
Publication Date: 2000
An introduction to Japanese history and culture, including samurai values, Zen Buddhism, the tea ceremony, Confucianism in the Tokugawa period, the story of the 47 ronin, and mass culture in contemporary times.
Japanese Visual Culture
Publication Date: 2008
The contributors explore the historical, cultural, sociological, and religious dimensions of manga and anime, and examine specific sub-genres, artists, and stylistics. The book also addresses such topics as spirituality, the use of visual culture by Japanese new religious movements, Japanese Goth, nostalgia and Japanese pop, "cute" (kawali) subculture and comics for girls, and more.
Subjects:2017 Fall Semester Courses
, 2017 Spring Semester Courses
, African & African American Studies (AAAS)
, Environmental Sustainabilty
, Global Management
, Human Development & Social Relations
, International Studies
, Peace & Global Studies
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