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Experiments with Truth: Gandhi and Images of Nonviolence Ed by Josef Helfenstein and Joseph N. Newland

Contributor(s): Helfenstein, Josef [Editor] | Newland, Joseph N [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Houston The Menil Collection 2014Description: 349p.ISBN: 9780300208801.Subject(s): Political Activists - India - Biography | Nonviolence in Art - Exhibitions | Peace in Art - Exhibitions | Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948 - Pictorial WorksDDC classification: 704.9493
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Josef Helfenstein
• Experiments with Truth: Gandhi and Images of Nonviolence

• Salt and the March to Freedom / Vinay Lal
• Gandhi's Letter to Lord Irwin, Viceroy of India (1930)
• Four Alternatives to Civilization: Gandhi's Ashrams, Their Principles and Sources / Eric M. Wolf
• Gandhi's Constructive Program (1945)
• Henri Cartier-Bresson and Gandhi's Last Days / Toby Kamps
• Gandhi in East Bengal (1950) / Amiya Chakarvarty
• Gandhi's 1947 East Bengal March / Phillips Talbot

Peace and Justice Advocates
• Joseph N. Newland
• Quakers, or the Society of Friends: Quaker Declaration of 1660
• Leo Tolstoy: The Kingdom of God Is Within You (1893)
• John Ruskin
• Ralph Waldo Emerson
• Henry David Thoreau: Resistance to Civil Government, or Civil Disobedience (1849)
• Sojourner Truth
• Frederick Douglass: The End of All Compromises with Slavery-Now and Forever (1854)
• Abraham Lincoln: The Emancipation Proclamation (1863)
• Florence Nightingale: Letter to the Lord Mayor of London (1877)
• Henry Dunant: The Blood-Drenched Future (ca. 188Os)
• Clara Barton
• Te Whiti
• Doukhobors
• Albert Schweitzer
• Abdul Ghaffar Khan: On Non-violence (1969)
• Gandhi's Early Advocates in America
• John Haynes Holmes: Who Is the Greatest Man in the World Today? (1921)
• Martin Luther King Jr.: On Gandhi, and On Nonviolent Resistance (1958)
• Bayard Rustin
• James Lawson
• W.E.B. Du Bois: Gandhi and the American Negroes (1957)
• Albert Mvumbi Lutuli: The African Women's Demonstration in Natal (1959)
• Nelson Mandela: The Sacred Warrior (1999)
• Dalai Lama: A Tribute to Gandhi (2009)
• Thich Nhat Hanh: The Roots of War (1991)
• Aung San Suu Kyi: Freedom from Fear (1991)
• Cesar Chavez
• Oscar Romero: Nobel Peace Prize Nomination Letter (1978)
• The Chipko Movement, Wangari Mathaai, Rigoberta Menchu Turn
• Gene Sharp
• Methods of Nonviolent Action (1973)

Sacred Texts
• The Sermon on the Mount
• Bhagavad Gita 2:54-72, Gandhi's Favorite Passage
• Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram / Vinay Lal
• Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram
• Vaishnavajana to Translated by Neelima Shukla Bhatt
• Gandhi's Anthem for Moral Inspiration: Vaishnavajana to Neelima Shukla Bhatt
• Five Great Jain Vows, Five Moral Principles of Yoga, Gandhi's Ashram Vows
• Poems by Kabir Translated by Linda Hess
• Gandhi and Kabir / Linda Hess
• Poems by Jelaluddin Rumi Translated by Coleman Barks

• Styles of Change: John de Menil and Civil Rights in Houston / Mimi Crossley Detering
• Memo about the Black Panthers and De Luxe Theater: John de Menil
• Martin of Tours and the Word "Chapel": Andre Scrima
• Can the Sacred Withstand the Violence of the Truth? / Emilee Dawn Whitehurst

• On the Art of Dying: Death and the Specter of Gandhi / Vinay Lal
• Universal Declaration of Human Rights
• A Chronology of Selected Nonviolent and Humanitarian Actions

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