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When Slade Rocked The World 1971-1975 (Box Set)
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- 4 vinyl LP's (Slade Alive!, Slayed?, Old New Borrowed and Blue and Slade In Flame) reproduced in their original sleeves, remastered for optimum sound and pressed on 180gm coloured vinyl. - 4 double sided picture sleeve singles covering the key hits of the period not on the albums 'Coz I Love You' / 'Look Wot You Dun' 'Take Me Bak 'Ome' / 'Cum On Feel The Noize' 'Skweeze Me Pleeze Me' / 'Merry Xmas Everybody' 'The Bangin Man' / 'Thanks For The Memory' - 2 CD collection of the audio on the four vinyl LPs (Slade Alive!, Slayed?, Old New Borrowed and Blue and Slade In Flame) - Flexidisc - Slade Talk to 19 Readers - 10inch annual style hardback book featuring reviews, features and memorabilia from each of the key years along with an introduction by Mark Ellen - Reproduction of George Tremlett's excellent 1975 book The Slade Story which includes period interviews with all four members and a chronology of tour and release dates up to the time of its publication - Presented in a sturdy 12inch box with foam fitment

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What is Your Heritage and the State of its Pres...
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During the Spring 2018 semester several students at the College of Charleston's Historic Preservation and Community Planning program participated in their Senior Seminar titled 'What Is Your Heritage and the State of Its Preservation?' This was the third time this seminar topic had been taught, with the first in 2014 and the second in 2016. For this class each student had to conduct a lengthy, in-depth research paper on the state of preservation of heritage sites, material objects, or traditions associated with their family's history. The assignment used genealogical research methods in an unconventional way by elevating the assessment of ancestors beyond typical names, dates, and generational succession so commonly found on most family trees. The students had to ask profound questions to guide their inquiry, such as 'Where (as in a specific spot) did my ancestors come from?';'What was life like for them?'; and 'What cultural traditions were important for them?'. In this way people, whether through a specific individual or a group, became connected and contextualized within time, place, and society. Moreover, the students had to utilize and synthesize the knowledge, skills, and experiences they acquired in other classes from past semesters. Essays contributed within this volume are by Rebecca Lawing, Flannery Wood, Ellen Feringa, Madison Alspector, Madison Moga, and Alec Meier. Barry L. Stiefel, Ph.D. is an associate professor in the Historic Preservation and Community Planning Program at the College of Charleston, where he enjoys collaborating on projects with students.

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What is Your Heritage and the State of its Pres...
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During the Spring 2018 semester several students at the College of Charleston's Historic Preservation and Community Planning program participated in their Senior Seminar titled 'What Is Your Heritage and the State of Its Preservation?' This was the third time this seminar topic had been taught, with the first in 2014 and the second in 2016. For this class each student had to conduct a lengthy, in-depth research paper on the state of preservation of heritage sites, material objects, or traditions associated with their family's history. The assignment used genealogical research methods in an unconventional way by elevating the assessment of ancestors beyond typical names, dates, and generational succession so commonly found on most family trees. The students had to ask profound questions to guide their inquiry, such as 'Where (as in a specific spot) did my ancestors come from?';'What was life like for them?'; and 'What cultural traditions were important for them?'. In this way people, whether through a specific individual or a group, became connected and contextualized within time, place, and society. Moreover, the students had to utilize and synthesize the knowledge, skills, and experiences they acquired in other classes from past semesters. Essays contributed within this volume are by Rebecca Lawing, Flannery Wood, Ellen Feringa, Madison Alspector, Madison Moga, and Alec Meier. Barry L. Stiefel, Ph.D. is an associate professor in the Historic Preservation and Community Planning Program at the College of Charleston, where he enjoys collaborating on projects with students.

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