By Cindy Hale
By Ute Ochsenbauer,Beate Schmidtlein,Sue Anderson
By Juliet Getty
In Joint Health—A dietary point of view, Dr. Juliet M. Getty explains joint constitution and the nutritional specifications to take care of or fix joints, then discusses quite a few parts present in universal joint vitamins and their acceptable purposes. The e-book is extended from her teleseminar at the topic with extra necessary information regarding the dietary foundation for joint health.
By Pascale Berthier
By Monica Mattfeld
In this examine of the connection among males and their horses in 17th- and eighteenth-century England, Monica Mattfeld explores the event of horsemanship and the way it outlined one’s gendered and political positions inside of society.
Men of the interval used horses to rework themselves, through just like the centaur, into whatever other—something strong, awe-inspiring, and legendary. concentrating on the manuals, memoirs, satires, pictures, and ephemera produced via many of the period’s so much influential equestrians, Mattfeld examines how the options and practices of horse husbandry developed relating to social, cultural, and political lifestyles. She appears to be like heavily on the position of horses on this planet of Thomas Hobbes and William Cavendish; the adjustments in human social habit and horse dealing with ushered in by means of elite driving homes akin to Angelo’s Academy and Mr. Carter’s; and the general public belief of equestrian endeavors, from performances at areas equivalent to Astley’s Amphitheatre to the satire of Henry William Bunbury. all through, Mattfeld exhibits how horses aided the functionality of idealized masculinity between groups of riders, in flip influencing how males have been perceived in regard to prestige, attractiveness, and gender.
Drawing on human-animal experiences, gender reports, and historic reports, Becoming Centaur deals a brand new account of masculinity that reaches past anthropocentrism to contemplate the function of animals in shaping man.
By Walter Zettl,Paul Schopf,Egon Von Neindorff
By Dr Thomas Ritter
The secrets and techniques of classical using. Analysed for the 1st time and observed by way of many functional examples, old wisdom is gifted the following in a contemporary means. nearly forgotten, but crucial driving equipment, resembling the Bügeltritt (the place of the rider's foot within the stirrup) or ridden paintings with a cavesson are defined in detail.
By Carol J. Donaldson
By Anja Beran
By Josepha Guillaume