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Mixing Cosmopolitans by Daniel Staub

Title Mixing Cosmopolitans
Author Daniel Staub
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020
Category
Total Pages 224
ISBN 3907203046
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Introduces 21 outstanding bartenders from 21 cities around the world, featuring their signature cocktails, including recipes An homage to fabulous drinks and the people who do them best The perfect gift for nighthawks and anyone with a love for the global art and science of contemporary mixology Daniel Staub, the creative mind behind several bars and speakeasies in Zurich and author of the bartending blog 'The Pouring Tales' is on a mission to find and portray the most innovative and passionate bartenders from all across the globe - the true artists of modern mixology. Over the past few years, he has visited countless bars all around the world and formed friendships with many of the talented individuals who work there. Resulting from his extensive travels and research into the global nightlife scene, Mixing Cosmopolitans is a travel diary, a bar guide, and a recipe book all in one. Yet in the spotlight, first and foremost, are the people who breathe new, often unconventional, life into the art of hospitality and who in this book share their own personal path to finding their passion in bartending. Presenting twenty-one personal, beautifully illustrated portraits of bartenders and their bars along with the recipes for their signature cocktails, Mixing Cosmopolitans offers a compelling look into a constantly evolving scene and art form.

Mixing Mpb by Frederick Moehn

Title Mixing MPB
Author Frederick Moehn
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2001
Category Popular music
Total Pages 318
ISBN OCLC:475879747
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Indigenous Cosmopolitans by Maximilian Christian Forte

Title Indigenous Cosmopolitans
Author Maximilian Christian Forte
Publisher Peter Lang
Release Date 2010
Category Social Science
Total Pages 223
ISBN 1433101025
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"This collection takes the anthropological study of indiqeneity to an entirely new level. Bringing together an impressive range of case studies, from the Inult in the north to Aboriginal Australian In the south, the authors fundamentally challenge the assumptlon that that Indigeneity and transnationalism are separate and opposed conditions. They reveal with engaging ethnographic richness and historical depth that contemporary indigeneity is a rooted cosmopolitanism and that this indigeneity of roots and routes is being continually reinvented in ways that challenge conventional understandings, both within anthropology and in the wider public arena. This exploration of re-rooted cosmopolitanisms and remixed cosmopolitan indigeneities is also a major contribution to the anthropology of globalisation.... This theoretically sophisticated collection will be essential reading for anyone in the humanities and social sciences seeking to understand the nature of contemporary indigeneity." --Jeffrey Sissons, Associate Professor, Cultural Anthropology, School of Social and Cultural Studies, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand; Author of First Peoples: Indigenous Cultures and Their Futures.

Cosmopolitanism And Solidarity by David A. Hollinger

Title Cosmopolitanism and Solidarity
Author David A. Hollinger
Publisher Univ of Wisconsin Press
Release Date 2006-03-06
Category History
Total Pages 240
ISBN 0299216632
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Who are we?" is the question at the core of these fascinating essays from one of the nation's leading intellectual historians. With old identities increasingly destabilized throughout the world—the result of demographic migration, declining empires, and the quickening integration of the global capitalist economy and its attendant communications systems—David A. Hollinger argues that the problem of group solidarity is emerging as one of the central challenges of the twenty-first century. Building on many of the topics in his highly acclaimed earlier work, these essays treat a number of contentious issues, many of them deeply embedded in America's past and present political polarization. Essays include "Amalgamation and Hypodescent," "Enough Already: Universities Do Not Need More Christianity," "Cultural Relativism," "Why Are Jews Preeminent in Science and Scholarship: The Veblen Thesis Reconsidered," and "The One Drop Rule and the One Hate Rule." Hollinger is at his best in his judicious approach to America's controversial history of race, ethnicity, and religion, and he offers his own thoughtful prescriptions as Americans and others throughout the world struggle with the pressing questions of identity and solidarity.

Cosmopolitan Style by Rebecca L. Walkowitz

Title Cosmopolitan Style
Author Rebecca L. Walkowitz
Publisher Columbia University Press
Release Date 2007
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 231
ISBN 0231137516
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is a groundbreaking work which links the novels of modernist, contemporary, and postcolonial authors to rethink the political nature of cosmopolitanism.

Mixing And Unmixing Languages by Amelia Abercrombie

Title Mixing and Unmixing Languages
Author Amelia Abercrombie
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2020-07-13
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 166
ISBN 9781000080735
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Mixing and Unmixing Languages uses the politics and practices of language to understand social hierarchies and social change in a post-conflict and post-socialist context. The book focuses on Roma in Prizren, Kosovo, where the author conducted long-term ethnographic fieldwork, using language learning as a central method. Shifts in language practices among this highly multilingual group have reflected the demise of Yugoslav socialism, the rise of ethno-nationalist politics and conflict, and the post-war reversal of power relations in Kosovo. Roma in Prizren nostalgically narrate a past of cosmopolitanism and employment in contrast to the present. Their position today is complex: while they stress their relative integration, this position is fragile in the face of nationalist politics and imported neoliberal economic policies. Within this context, Roma NGO workers have found an economic niche working on projects to protect multiculturalism and minorities, funded by international aid agencies, centred on Romani language. This book discusses the historical trajectory and current configurations of a Romani organisation in the town, the standardisation of Romani and the hierarchical organisation of linguistic forms and language learning, the self-representation of Roma and the ‘gypsy’ image through Romani-language drama, and attitudes to purism, mixing and cosmopolitanism. Mixing and Unmixing Languages is suitable for academics and students in the areas of linguistic anthropology and linguistic ethnography, Romani studies, South-East European studies and sociolinguistics.

Title The Cosmopolitan
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1899
Category American literature
Total Pages 86
ISBN MINN:31951000745763Z
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Cosmopolitan by Anonim

Title Cosmopolitan
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1897
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN UOM:39015035424566
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Cosmopolitan by Anonim

Title Cosmopolitan
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1911
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN SRLF:AA0009972183
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Cosmopolitanism Identity and Authenticity in the Middle East
Author Roel Meijer
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2014-01-14
Category Social Science
Total Pages 250
ISBN 9781136812132
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Presents the views of leading Arab intellectuals from countries from Morocco to the Gulf who discuss their own personal and professional perspectives on cosmopolitanism in the Middle East.

Mixing It Up by Ishmael Reed

Title Mixing It Up
Author Ishmael Reed
Publisher Da Capo Press
Release Date 2008-07-08
Category Literary Collections
Total Pages 464
ISBN 9780786721818
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A new collection of essays first published in The New York Times and Playboy. Reed tackles subjects including Oakland, eugenics, and domestic violence,

Title Beautiful Booze Stylish Cocktails to Make at Home
Author Natalie Migliarini
Publisher The Countryman Press
Release Date 2020-08-25
Category Cooking
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781682684948
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Shaken, stirred, clarified, layered, floral, and more, these gorgeous cocktails taste as good as they look Cocktail alchemy—the sweet, sour, bitter, booze—is magic in the hands of self-taught mixologist Natalie Migliarini. Sure, her story is the classic “girl-quits-job-to-pursue-passion-(cocktails)-starts-website-(Beautiful Booze)-leads-to-book-(yes, this one).” But these beautiful drinks are the result of a real immersion in the craft of building cocktails. Based on a solid foundation of research and feel for cocktail trends, Beautiful Booze is an instant classic. Readers can prepare these drinks at home, using available ingredients and simple tools. Great cocktails elevate every occasion from ordinary to amazing. Here you’ll find recipes for mainstays like the Bloody Mary Bar Cart, as well as old-made-new cocktails like a Créme de la Colada, Limoncello Daiquiri, and Lavender Fizz. Vibrant photographs make reading this book almost as much fun as mixing its drinks.

See Mix Drink by Brian D. Murphy

Title See Mix Drink
Author Brian D. Murphy
Publisher Little, Brown
Release Date 2011-10-19
Category Cooking
Total Pages 232
ISBN 9780316190916
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this "picture book for the soon-to-be-pickled" (Cooking Light), learn how to make everyone's favorite mixed drinks through easy step-by-step instructions for impressive cocktails. Have you tried mixing a Mojito? What about a Rusty Nail? Or a Cosmopolitan? With See Mix Drink, the first-ever cocktail book to offer instruction through infographics, making the drinks you love at home is as easy as, well, See, Mix, Drink. This unique, illustrated guide graphically demonstrates how to make 100 of today's most popular cocktails. For each drink, color-coded ingredients are displayed in a line drawing of the appropriate glassware, alongside a pie chart that spells out the drink's composition by volume for intuitive mixing. No other cocktail book is this easy or fun. Instantly understandable 1-2-3 steps show exactly how each drink is prepared, and anecdotes, pronunciation guides, and photographs of the finished drinks will turn newbie bartenders into instant mixologists.

Cosmopolitan by Toby Cecchini

Title Cosmopolitan
Author Toby Cecchini
Publisher Broadway Books
Release Date 2003-10-07
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780767912112
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Cosmopolitan: A Bartender's Life is a memoir of the bartending life structured as a day in the life at Passerby, the bar owned and run by Toby Cecchini. It is, as well, a rich study of human nature—of the sometimes annoying, sometimes outlandish behavior of the human animal under the influence of alcohol, lust, and the sheer desire to bust loose and party. It's not a pretty picture, but it's always compelling through the gimlet-eyed gaze of the author. As his typical day progresses, from the almost pastoral quiet of opening the bar and setting up to the gathering rush of customers dropping in after work to the sheer madness of catering to a crazed crush of funseekers, Toby Cecchini muses over a life spent in the service industry and the fascinating particulars of his chosen profession. Topics touched on include dealing with regulars, both welcome and not; sex and the bartender; cocktail connoisseurs (and drinks he refuses to make); learning the bartending ropes of the Odeon when young and newly arrived in New York; the sheer man-killing pace of keeping those drinks coming at flood tide; and the manifold varieties of weirdness and bad behavior that every bartender has to learn how to manage. Cosmopolitan: A Bartender's Life is the hip, behind-the-scenes look at the frenzied yet undeniably fun atmosphere of that great establishment—the bar—and Toby Cecchini is, by turns, witty, acute, mordant, and lyrical in dealing with the realities of his job, shedding plenty of light on the hidden corners of what people do when they go out at night.

Cosmopolitan Urbanism by Jon Binnie

Title Cosmopolitan Urbanism
Author Jon Binnie
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2006-05-02
Category Architecture
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9781134284375
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In order to attract investment and tourism, cities are increasingly competing to re-brand themselves as cosmopolitan, and in recent years, cosmopolitanism has become the focus of considerable critical attention in academia. Here, renowned editors and contributors have come together to produce one of the first books to tackle cosmopolitanism from a geographical perspective. Central to the cosmopolitan process is how traditionally marginalized groups have become re-valued and reconstructed as a resource in the eyes of planners and politicians. This fascinating book examines the politics of these transformations by understanding the everyday practices of cosmopolitanism. Which forms of cultural difference are valued and which are excluded from this re-visioning of the contemporary city? Organized in three distinct parts, the book covers: production and consumption, and cosmopolitanism the spatialities of cosmopolitanism the deployment, mobilization and articulation of cosmopolitan discourses in policy-making and urban design. The volume is groundbreaking in examining the complex politics of cosmopolitanism in empirical case studies from Montreal to Singapore, London to Texas, Auckland to Amsterdam. With a strong editorial steer, including general and section introductions and a conclusion to guide the student reader, Cosmopolitan Urbanism employs a range of theoretical and empirical approaches to provide a grounded treatment essential for students of human geography, urban studies and sociology.

Globalization by Thomas Hylland Eriksen

Title Globalization
Author Thomas Hylland Eriksen
Publisher Berg
Release Date 2007-08-01
Category Political Science
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9781847886101
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Globalization is the buzzword of the 21st century. If we live in a globalized world, what does this mean for our economies, our cultures, our work and leisure, even our sense of ourselves? Globalization: The Key Concepts presents an accessible and provocative guide to the way we live now. The causes and the effects of globalization are hotly disputed and the book aims to present the range of arguments in a clear and balanced way. However, arguing that variation is as characteristic of globalization as standardization, the book stresses the necessity for a bottom-up, comparative analysis. Distinguishing between the cultural, political, economic and ecological aspects of globalization, the book highlights the implications of globalization for people's everyday lives. Throughout, the discussion is illustrated with wide-ranging case material. Chapter summaries and a guide to further reading underline the book's concern to clarify this most complex and influential of ideas.

Title Anthropology and the New Cosmopolitanism
Author Pnina Werbner
Publisher Taylor & Francis
Release Date 2015-05-01
Category Social Science
Total Pages 396
ISBN 9781474248075
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Anthropology and the New Cosmopolitanism inaugurates a new, situated, cosmopolitan anthropology. It examines the rise of postcolonial movements responsive to global rights movements, which espouse a politics of dignity, cultural difference, democracy, dissent and tolerance. The book starts from the premise that cosmopolitanism is not, and never has been, a 'western', elitist ideal exclusively. The book's major innovation is to show the way cosmopolitans beyond the North - in Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and Malaysia, India, Africa, the Middle East and Mexico - juggle universalist commitments with roots in local cultural milieus and particular communities.Anthropology and the New Cosmopolitanism breaks new ground in theorizing the role of social anthropology as a discipline that engages with the moral, economic, legal and political transformations and dislocations of a globalizing world. It introduces the reader to key debates surrounding cosmopolitanism in the social sciences, and is written clearly and accessibly for undergraduates in anthropology and related subjects.

Cosmopolitan Borders by C. Rumford

Title Cosmopolitan Borders
Author C. Rumford
Publisher Springer
Release Date 2014-05-16
Category Political Science
Total Pages 105
ISBN 9781137351401
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Cosmopolitan Borders makes the case for processes of bordering being better understood through the lens of cosmopolitanism. Borders are 'cosmopolitan workshops' where 'cultural encounters of a cosmopolitan kind' take place and where entrepreneurial cosmopolitans advance new forms of sociality in the face of 'global closure'.

Strangers Nowhere In The World by Margaret C. Jacob

Title Strangers Nowhere in the World
Author Margaret C. Jacob
Publisher University of Pennsylvania Press
Release Date 2016-12-02
Category History
Total Pages 200
ISBN 9780812294231
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The mingling of aristocrats and commoners in a southern French city, the jostling of foreigners in stock markets across northern and western Europe, the club gatherings in Paris and London of genteel naturalists busily distilling plants or making air pumps, the ritual fraternizing of "brothers" in privacy and even secrecy—Margaret Jacob invokes all these examples in Strangers Nowhere in the World to provide glimpses of the cosmopolitan ethos that gradually emerged over the course of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Jacob investigates what it was to be cosmopolitan in Europe during the early modern period. Then—as now—being cosmopolitan meant the ability to experience people of different nations, creeds, and colors with pleasure, curiosity, and interest. Yet such a definition did not come about automatically, nor could it always be practiced easily by those who embraced its principles. Cosmopolites had to strike a delicate balance between the transgressive and the subversive, the radical and the dangerous, the open-minded and the libertine. Jacob traces the history of this precarious balancing act to illustrate how ideals about cosmopolitanism were eventually transformed into lived experiences and practices. From the representatives of the Inquisition who found the mixing of Catholics and Protestants and other types of "border crossing" disruptive to their authority, to the struggles within urbane masonic lodges to open membership to Jews, Jacob also charts the moments when the cosmopolitan impulse faltered. Jacob pays particular attention to the impact of science and merchant life on the emergence of the cosmopolitan ideal. In the decades after 1650, modern scientific practices coalesced and science became an open enterprise. Experiments were witnessed in social settings of natural inquiry, congenial for the inculcation of cosmopolitan mores. Similarly, the public venues of the stock exchanges brought strangers and foreigners together in ways encouraging them to be cosmopolites. The amount of international and global commerce increased greatly after 1700, and luxury tastes developed that valorized foreign patterns and designs. Drawing upon sources as various as Inquisition records and spy reports, minutes of scientific societies and the writings of political revolutionaries, Strangers Nowhere in the World reveals a moment in European history when an ideal of cultural openness came to seem strong enough to counter centuries of chauvinism and xenophobia. Perhaps at no time since, Jacob cautions, has that cosmopolitan ideal seemed more fragile and elusive than it is today.

The Boston Cosmopolitans by Mark Rennella

Title The Boston Cosmopolitans
Author Mark Rennella
Publisher Palgrave MacMillan
Release Date 2008-03-15
Category History
Total Pages 280
ISBN UOM:39015076168684
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book traces the progression of cosmopolitanism from the private experience of a group of artists and intellectuals who lived and worked in Boston between 1865 and 1915 to finished works of monumental art that shaped public space.