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Being, at present, a student of an online distance learning program – such that I might wish to refer to as it serving as a manner of an… 2,333 more words

Academia

A Brief Literary Biography of James D. G. Dunn

JAMES D. G. DUNN: A LITERARY BIOGRAPHY

The Holy Spirit

Presently, James D. G. Dunn is Emeritus Professor at Durham University. He served until recently as the Lightfoot Professor of Divinity (1990–2003) when his incredible mantle passed to John M. 2,101 more words

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Howard Gossage

Howard Luck Gossage (1917–1969), frequently referred to as “The Socrates of San Francisco,” was an advertising innovator and iconoclast during the “Mad Men” era. He is known for having said that, “The object of your advertising should not be to communicate with your consumers or your prospects at all but to terrorize your competition’s copywriters.” 178 more words

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GUERILLA ADVERTISING

GUERRILLA opened their big black door for the first time back in 2002.

Since then their aim has been simple – to work harder and smarter to provide the right ideas in the right places to achieve their clients’ aims. 182 more words

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Ghetto

‘Ghetto’ is a collection of images photographed by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin in 2003. The images are portraits of people in ghetto societies. Broomberg and Chanarin visited twelve contemporary ghettos, the location started in Tanzania in a refuge camp and finalised in a forest in Patagonia. 178 more words