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Art Supplies

gesso board, smoth, ampersand value series

$5.99
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Gesso, Basics, 16oz

$9.99
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Gessobord, 6 x 6, cradled 3/4", Ampersand

$9.36
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Gessobord, Flat, 9 X 12, Ampersand

$11.96
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Ghost Map

Ghost Map

$15.00
$6.20
$6.20 - $15.00
New/Used: Used
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A National Bestseller, a New York Times Notable Book, and an Entertainment Weekly Best Book of the Year from the author of Extra Life

"By turns a medical thriller, detective story, and paean to city life, Johnson's account of the outbreak and its modern implications is a true page-turner." --The Washington Post

"Thought-provoking." --Entertainment Weekly

It's the summer of 1854, and London is just emerging as one of the first modern cities in the world. But lacking the infrastructure-garbage removal, clean water, sewers-necessary to support its rapidly expanding population, the city has become the perfect breeding ground for a terrifying disease no one knows how to cure. As the cholera outbreak takes hold, a physician and a local curate are spurred to action-and ultimately solve the most pressing medical riddle of their time.

In a triumph of multidisciplinary thinking, Johnson illuminates the intertwined histories of the spread of disease, the rise of cities, and the nature of scientific inquiry, offering both a riveting history and a powerful explanation of how it has shaped the world we live in.

Glue, Elmer's Glue-all, 4 oz.

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Glue, UHU Blue Glue Stic, .29oz

$1.05
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Good Wives, Nasty Wenches & Anxious Patriarchs

Good Wives, Nasty Wenches & Anxious Patriarchs

$19.95
$12.00
$12.00 - $19.95
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Kathleen Brown examines the origins of racism and slavery in British North America from the perspective of gender. Both a basic social relationship and a model for other social hierarchies, gender helped determine the construction of racial categories and the institution of slavery in Virginia. But the rise of racial slavery also transformed gender relations, including ideals of masculinity. In response to the presence of Indians, the shortage of labor, and the insecurity of social rank, Virginia's colonial government tried to reinforce its authority by regulating the labor and sexuality of English servants and by making legal distinctions between English and African women. This practice, along with making slavery hereditary through the mother, contributed to the cultural shift whereby women of African descent assumed from lower-class English women both the burden of fieldwork and the stigma of moral corruption. Brown's analysis extends through Bacon's Rebellion in 1676, an important juncture in consolidating the colony's white male public culture, and into the eighteenth century. She demonstrates that, despite elite planters' dominance, wives, children, free people of color, and enslaved men and women continued to influence the meaning of race and class in colonial Virginia.

Gouche, Ivory Black, 15ml

Gouche, Ivory Black, 15ml

$7.99
$7.99
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Graphite crayon, 6B, Lyra

$1.71
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