Reimagining Greenville

Once considered just a business-only town, Greenville has emerged as a metropolitan destination. In this updated edition, authors John Boyanoski and Mayor Knox White detail the toils and tribulations that produced a world-class city.

Reimagining Greenville

People everywhere have hailed downtown Greenville as one of the best in America. From its tree-lined Main Street to its bustling riverfront to the gardens around its cascading waterfalls, the city inspired numerous other cities to try and duplicate its success. Using unique public-private partnerships, the revitalization of downtown Greenville was a true collaborative effort that helped to create a walkable and livable downtown. The city also boasts amazing modern and traditional art as well as a host of top-notch restaurants. Once considered just a business-only town, Greenville has emerged as a metropolitan destination. In this updated edition, authors John Boyanoski and Mayor Knox White detail the toils and tribulations that produced a world-class city.

Our Towns

in Greenville brought European business representatives there. ... writer, John
Boyanoski, published a book whose title conveys the city's view of its
achievement; it is called Reimagining Greenville: Building the Best Downtown in
America.

Our Towns

***NATIONAL BEST SELLER*** A vivid, surprising portrait of the civic and economic reinvention taking place in America, town by town and generally out of view of the national media. A realistically positive and provocative view of the country between its coasts. For the last five years, James and Deborah Fallows have been traveling across America in a single-engine prop airplane. Visiting dozens of towns, they have met hundreds of civic leaders, workers, immigrants, educators, environmentalists, artists, public servants, librarians, business people, city planners, students, and entrepreneurs to take the pulse and understand the prospects of places that usually draw notice only after a disaster or during a political campaign. The America they saw is acutely conscious of its problems—from economic dislocation to the opioid scourge—but itis also crafting solutions, with a practical-minded determination at dramatic odds with the bitter paralysis of national politics. At times of dysfunction on a national level, reform possibilities have often arisen from the local level. The Fallowses describe America in the middle of one of these creative waves. Their view of the country is as complex and contradictory as America itself, but it also reflects the energy, the generosity and compassion, the dreams, and the determination of many who are in the midst of making things better. Our Towns is the story of their journey—and an account of a country busy remaking itself.

Reimagining Greek Tragedy on the American Stage

2003 The Warehouse Theatre, Greenville, South Carolina, The Mythmakers. **
2003 Ghetto Ghost Girl Productions from Jersey City, national Black Theater
Festival, August 2003, Winston Salem, n.C. (New York Times, August 8, 2003).

Reimagining Greek Tragedy on the American Stage

This book explores the emergence of Greek tragedy on the American stage from the nineteenth century to the present. Despite the gap separating the world of classical Greece from our own, Greek tragedy has provided a fertile source for some of the most innovative American theater. Helene P. Foley shows how plays like Oedipus Rex and Medea have resonated deeply with contemporary concerns and controversies—over war, slavery, race, the status of women, religion, identity, and immigration. Although Greek tragedy was often initially embraced for its melodramatic possibilities, by the twentieth century it became a vehicle not only for major developments in the history of American theater and dance but also for exploring critical tensions in American cultural and political life. Drawing on a wide range of sources—archival, video, interviews, and reviews—Reimagining Greek Tragedy on the American Stage provides the most comprehensive treatment of the subject available.

The Future of Education

Reimagining Our Schools from the Ground Up Kieran Egan ... Frank Baumann,
IERG stalwart, Bob Dunston, superintendent of Corbett School District, and Marc
Heller, principal of Greenville School, Scarsdale, NY, and Tim Wadington, SFU ...

The Future of Education

This engaging book presents a frontal attack on current forms of schooling and a radical rethinking of the whole education process. Kieran Egan, a prize-winning scholar and innovative thinker, does not rail against teachers, administrators, or politicians

Southeastern Geographer

The Daily Reflector (Greenville, NC), 8 July, p B8. Azaryahu, M. and Foote, K.E.
2008. Historical ... Living black history: How reimagining the African-American
past can remake America's racial future. Cambridge: Civitas Books. Modlin, E.A.,
Jr.

Southeastern Geographer

Table of Contents for Volume 52, Number 4 (Winter 2012) Special Issue: Placing Memory and Heritage in the Geography Classroom Guest Editor: Chris W. Post Cover Art The Mule Pull at the Mississippi Pecan Festival Joseph S. Miller Introduction: Placing Memory and Heritage in the Geography Classroom Chris W. Post Part I: Papers ''History by the Spoonful'' in North Carolina: The Textual Politics of State Highway Historical Markers Derek H. Alderman Remembrance and Place-Making: Teaching Students to Look Ahead While Looking Back Stephen S. Birdsall Editing Memory and Automobility & Race: Two Learning Activities on Contested Heritage and Place Kenneth E. Foote A Tale of Two Civil War Statues: Teaching the Geographies of Memory and Heritage in Norfolk, Virginia Jonathan I. Leib Objectives and Prospects for Bringing Service-Learning into the Memory and Heritage Classroom Chris W. Post Making Memory, Making Landscapes: Classroom Applications of Parallel Trends in the Study of Landscape, Memory, and Learning Owen J. Dwyer and Matthew McCourt Part II: Geographical Notes A Tribute to Dr. Louis De Vorsey, Jr. (1929–2012) Sanford H. Bederman Part III: Reviews From Chicaza to Chickasaw: The European Invasion and the Transformation of the Mississippian World, 1540–1715 Robbie Ethridge Reviewed by Craig S. Revels Key Methods in Geography Nicholas Clifford, Shaun French, and Gill Valentine (Editors) Reviewed by Bandana Kar

Reimagining Zion

Part II - Reimagining Zion - provides a more detailed and topical history of the Alliance of Baptists.

Reimagining Zion

This history is composed of three parts: Leaving Zion, Reimagining Zion, and Living Zion. Part I - Leaving Zion - provides a chronological historical overview from Baptist beginnings in Chapter One to a history of the Southern Baptist controversies that led to the birth of the Alliance in Chapter Two. The final chapter in Part I provides a summative history of the Alliance from its formation in 1987 to its life and ministry in the second half of the 21st century. Part II - Reimagining Zion - provides a more detailed and topical history of the Alliance of Baptists. Chapter Four provides a brief history of the creation of the Alliance Covenant, which serves as the framework for the seven subsequent chapters. Each of those chapters addresses a particular tenet of the covenant and the ways in which the Alliance of Baptists "lived into" these covenant principles. These chapters are as follows: Chapter Five - The Freedom of the Individual; Chapter Six - The Freedom of the Local Church; Chapter Seven - The Larger Body of Christ; Chapter Eight - Servant Leadership; Chapter Nine - Theological Education; Chapter Ten - Proclamation of the Good News; and Chapter Eleven - The Free Church in a Free State. Part III - Living Zion - changes trajectory from a traditional source-based methodological perspective to a more ethnographic perspective. Within this section are brief congregational studies that examine the Sunday morning services and experiences of eight Alliance congregations from eight states. These studies attempt to provide a description of how Alliance congregations operate, rather than a birds-eye view of the organization's history. They also showcase some of the diversity and similarity within Alliance congregations. The congregations are First Baptist Church, Greenville, South Carolina; Glendale Baptist Church, Nashville, Tennessee; Ginter Park Baptist Church, Richmond, Virginia; Woodbrook Baptist Church, Baltimore, Maryland; Oakhurst Baptist Church, Decatur, Georgia; Metro Baptist Church, New York, New York; Pullen Memorial Baptist Church, Raleigh, North Carolina; and Lakeshore Avenue Baptist Church, Oakland, California.

One Nation Under God

Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1996. Sharlet, Jeff. “Through a Glass,
Darkly: How the Christian right is reimagining U.S. History. ... 3rd ed. Greenville,
SC: a Press, 1994. Sittser, Gerald L. “Faithful Citizens: Being american and
Christian.

One Nation Under God

Is America a Christian nation? This question has loomed large in American culture since the Puritans arrived on American shores in the early seventeenth century. More recently, the Christian America thesis has been advocated by many evangelical leaders across the denominational spectrum. This book contributes to the conversation by critiquing, from an evangelical perspective, the idea that America is a Christian nation as articulated by specific writers over the past three decades. Wilsey asserts that the United States was not conceived as a Christian nation, but as a nation with religious liberty. Herein lies the genius of the Founders and the uniqueness of America.

Directory of Poetry Publishers

... Fax 252 - 328 - 4889 TAR RIVER POETRY , Department of English , East
Carolina University , Greenville , NC 27858 ... ECOTONE : Reimagining Place ,
UNCW Dept . of Creative Writing , 601 South College Road , Wilmington , NC
28403 ...

Directory of Poetry Publishers


Down East

52 Greenville , p . 52 Damariscotta , p . 68 Unlty Township , p . ... BY KATHLEEN
FLEURY 70 REIMAGINING BUCKSPORT The Penobscot River gateway has
quietly reinvented itself . Now if only people would notice . BY JEFF CLARK
October ...

Down East


2008 Novel Short Story Writer s Market

Literary Magazines ECOTONE , REIMAGINING PLACE UNCW Dept. of Creative
Writing , 601 South College Road , Wilmington NC 28403-3297 . E - mail ... 1 O
EMRYS JOURNAL The Emrys Foundation , P.O. Box 8813 , Greenville SC 29604
.

2008 Novel   Short Story Writer s Market

Lists addresses and information on contacts, pay rates, and submission requirements, and includes essays on the craft of writing

TCI

... Duff - Norton REIMAGINING AMERICAN THEATRE NEIL SIMON Thomas Wolf
GIELGUD DORFMAN MARTIN SONGS ... GIS Systems Fox - Rich Textiles Gala ,
Division of Paco Goddard Design Gothic Ltd . Greenville Stage Equipment Co .

TCI


The International Directory Of Little Magazines And Small Presses 2005 2006

The International Directory Of Little Magazines And Small Presses 2005 2006

The biggest revision in ten years of "the Bible of the business" (Wall Street Journal). This essential reference for writers, librarians, students of modern literature, and readers worldwide was started in the 1960s during the initial phase of the small-press revolution. It is safe to say that, in its forty-first edition, the directory is a publishing legend. It includes information on over 5,000 presses and journals from around the world, listing addresses, manuscript requirements, payment rates, and recent publications. Subject and regional indexes are also provided.

2007 Novel Short Story Writer s Market

Mi H ECOTONE, REIMAGINING PLACE UNCW Dept. of Creative Writing, 601
South College Road, Wilmington NC 28403-3297. E-mail: ... 3 EMRYS
JOURNAL The Emrys Foundation, P.O. Box 8813, Greenville Literary Magazines
249.

2007 Novel   Short Story Writer s Market

Lists addresses and information on contacts, pay rates, and submission requirements, and includes essays on the craft of writing.

Update

Since I moved to Greenville in 1988 , I have been deeply involved in a small - but
- growing Metropolitan Community Church ... I The week of July 10 , Virginia
Ramey Mollenkott taught a course entitled " Female God Language :
Reimagining ...

Update


The New York Times Book Review

... relations perceived ” between dent of Furman University in Greenville , S.C. ,
recograther than the exceptional became ... hope of changing the go on happily ,
tho in this instance we are more inclined world by reimagining it is diminishing .

The New York Times Book Review


The Public Eye

... My Children Go : Why Parents Must Remove Their Children From Public
Schools NOW ( Greenville , SC : Ambassador ... Darkly : How the Christian Right
is Reimagining U . S . History , " Harper ' s Magazine ( December 2006 ) , 33 - 43
and ...

The Public Eye

A journal of social and political issues.

American Book Publishing Record

REIMAGINING civic education : 321 . ... Crawford — Homelessness , ecumenism
, and politics in Racine , Wisconsin / Laura R . Olson - Religious interests and the
Martin Luther King , Jr . holiday in Greenville , South Carolina / James L . Guth .

American Book Publishing Record