Killing Time: Life in the Arkansas Penitentiary ePub download
by Bruce Jackson
- ISBN: 0801411017
- ISBN13: 978-0801411014
- ePub: 1524 kb | FB2: 1391 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Social Sciences
- Publisher: Cornell University Press; First Edition edition (March 1978)
- Pages: 252
- Rating: 4.7/5
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- Format: mbr lrf doc docx
Great Picture lay out of Life in Cummins Prison.
Sticker on back cover. Dust jacket is moderately worn, especially along edges. Great Picture lay out of Life in Cummins Prison.
The author Jackson Bruce born in 1936 is an American folklorist, documentary filmmaker, writer and photographer. Killing Time : Life in the Arkansas Penitentary. He directed and produced five documentary films.
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Bruce Jackson (scholar). Killing Time: Life in the Arkansas Penitentiary (photographs. Cornell University Press, 1977). He has also directed and produced five documentary films. He is an Associate Member of The Wooster Group (New York). The Programmer (novel, Doubleday, 1979).
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Bruce Jackson, State University of New York Distinguished Teaching Professor at UB, has been appointed to. .
Bruce Jackson, State University of New York Distinguished Teaching Professor at UB, has been appointed to the Samuel P. Capen Chair in American Culture at UB, effective Feb.
He has also directed and produced five documentary films. YouTube Encyclopedic.
Bruce Jackson was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1936. He served in the United States Marine Corps from 1953–1956, then attended Newark College of Engineering (now New Jersey Institute of Technology) for three years. He received a BA from Rutgers University in 1960 and an MA from Indiana University’s School of Letters in 1962. From 1963 through 1967 he was a Junior Fellow in Harvard University’s Society of Fellows.