Anne Klein Women’s Side Tie Wrap Top, Iznik Blue, L
Anne Klein Women's Side Tie Wrap Top, Iznik Blue, L
- 3/4 sleeve
Solid wrap top with a side buckle detail and soft knit fabrication
Anne Klein Women's Side Tie Wrap Top, Iznik Blue, L, AK Anne Klein Women's Collection
|Current Price||$69.00||September 18, 2018|
|Highest Price||$69.00||September 18, 2018|
|Lowest Price||$69.00||September 18, 2018|
Last price changes
|$69.00||September 18, 2018|
Related News & Articles:
The Week in Women's Football: NWSL 2018 wrap-up; North Carolina, Portland, Chicago & Seattle finalists; Crowd ...September 18, 2018 - Tribal Football
This week, we wrap-up the 2018 NWSL regular season. Three of the four semifinalists also The win means that the two clubs will face off on September 15, again in Portland, as the top two sides in the league host the playoff semifinals. Goalkeeper...
Golf roundup: Major wait finally over for Angela StanfordSeptember 17, 2018 - Chattanooga Times Free Press
"I would have laughed, 'No way, it's going to happen before,'" said Stanford, a Texan whose runner-up finish at the 2003 U.S. Women's Open was the first of 13 top-10 performances in majors without a win. "I didn't know at the Those feelings...
Monday Scramble: Wait liftingSeptember 17, 2018 - Golf Channel
DeChambeau and Rose are interesting cases, as the top two seeds who mathematically have the best chances of claiming the cup. DeChambeau is making his first career start at East Lake; Rose, meanwhile, has never won in Atlanta but he finished second...
Sooners Start Strong At Hurricane InviteSeptember 1, 2018 - Soonersports.com
“We are proud of our men's and women's team openers,” OU associate cross country coach Kevin Ondrasek said. “Four of our top five on both sides were newcomers and they established a great presence early on in the race. We are young, the fitness will...
Hitchin Ladies 12-0 Stockwood Park: Hedgehogs tough it out to top tableSeptember 17, 2018 - The Comet
After last Sunday's 55-5 thrashing of Hampstead, Hitchin were looking to continue their strong start to the new Women's NC South-East North 3 season. A scoreless first-half saw the Hedgehogs frustrated by some strong defending, but Suzie Gajda-Hilton...
Freshmen Shine in 2-1 Victory Over UtahSeptember 14, 2018 - Soonersports.com
Senior Paige Welch played the ball across the field into Davidson who collected it and beat the final defender before slotting the ball into the far side of the goal. “I was very pleased with the response of the team,” Potter said. “It would have been...
Sooners Drop Sunday Battle with BearsSeptember 9, 2018 - Soonersports.com
On a run down the far side, junior Ivanna Rivas crossed the ball at the top of the 18-yard box into senior Marissa McMahand. McMahand back-heeled the Cal would tie game in the 45th minute, scoring with just three seconds left on the clock before...
Cross Country Opens Season In TulsaAugust 31, 2018 - Soonersports.com
In 2017, the women's team earned a seventh-place finish at the Big 12 Championship and 13th-place spot at NCAA regionals. On the men's side, OU placed eighth at the Big 12 Championship and took home 14th at regionals a season ago. Results from the...
OU Drops Bedlam Match in StillwaterAugust 20, 2018 - Soonersports.com
Lauren Haivala earned the first shot of the night for either side in the 15th minute, sending the attempt just wide of the goalpost. In the 39th minute, the Sooners took the first corner of the game with Reilly sending a beautiful kick into the 18-yard...
Helpful Books & Magazines:
Women, Race, & ClassVintage. 2011
A powerful study of the women's liberation movement in the U.S., from abolitionist days to the present, that demonstrates how it has always been hampered by the racist and classist biases of its leaders. From the widely revered and legendary political activist and scholar Angela Davis.
The Tie That Bound UsCornell University Press. 2013
John Brown was fiercely committed to the militant abolitionist cause, a crusade that culminated in Brown’s raid on the Federal armory at Harpers Ferry in 1859 and his subsequent execution. Less well known is his devotion to his family, and they to him. Two of Brown’s sons were killed at Harpers Ferry, but the commitment of his wife and daughters often goes unacknowledged. In The Tie That Bound Us, Bonnie Laughlin-Schultz reveals for the first time the depth of the Brown women’s involvement in his cause and their crucial roles in preserving and transforming his legacy after his death. As detailed by Laughlin-Schultz, Brown’s second wife Mary Ann Day Brown and his daughters Ruth Brown Thompson, Annie Brown Adams, Sarah Brown, and Ellen Brown Fablinger were in many ways the most ordinary of women, contending with chronic poverty and lives that were quite typical for poor, rural nineteenth-century women. However, they also lived extraordinary lives, crossing paths with such figures as Frederick Douglass and Lydia Maria Child and embracing an abolitionist moral code that sanctioned antislavery violence in place of the more typical female world of petitioning and pamphleteering. In the aftermath of John Brown’s raid at Harpers Ferry, the women of his family experienced a particular kind of celebrity among abolitionists and the American public. In their roles as what daughter Annie called “relics” of Brown’s raid, they tested the limits of American memory of the Civil War, especially the war’s most radical aim: securing racial equality. Because of their longevity (Annie, the last of Brown’s daughters, died in 1926) and their position as symbols of the most radical form of abolitionist agitation, the story of the Brown women illuminates the changing nature of how Americans remembered Brown’s raid, radical antislavery, and the causes and consequences of the Civil War.
How to Tie a ScarfPotter Style. 2013
From designer silk squares to chunky homemade knits, this guide is filled with inspired ways to style your scarves. Inside you'll find: • Step-by-step tutorials for square, oblong, and embellished scarves • Styles for the summer, fall, winter, and spring seasons • DIY scarf accessories featuring camera straps, tote bags, necklaces, and more
Hidden FiguresHarperCollins. 2016
The #1 New York Times bestseller The phenomenal true story of the black female mathematicians at NASA whose calculations helped fuel some of America’s greatest achievements in space. Soon to be a major motion picture starring Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monae, Kirsten Dunst, and Kevin Costner. Before John Glenn orbited the earth, or Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, a group of dedicated female mathematicians known as “human computers” used pencils, slide rules and adding machines to calculate the numbers that would launch rockets, and astronauts, into space. Among these problem-solvers were a group of exceptionally talented African American women, some of the brightest minds of their generation. Originally relegated to teaching math in the South’s segregated public schools, they were called into service during the labor shortages of World War II, when America’s aeronautics industry was in dire need of anyone who had the right stuff. Suddenly, these overlooked math whizzes had a shot at jobs worthy of their skills, and they answered Uncle Sam’s call, moving to Hampton, Virginia and the fascinating, high-energy world of the Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory. Even as Virginia’s Jim Crow laws required them to be segregated from their white counterparts, the women of Langley’s all-black “West Computing” group helped America achieve one of the things it desired most: a decisive victory over the Soviet Union in the Cold War, and complete domination of the heavens. Starting in World War II and moving through to the Cold War, the Civil Rights Movement and the Space Race, Hidden Figures follows the interwoven accounts of Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson, Katherine Johnson and Christine Darden, four African American women who participated in some of NASA’s greatest successes. It chronicles their careers over nearly three decades they faced challenges, forged alliances and used their intellect to change their own lives, and their country’s future.
The Light Between OceansSimon and Schuster. 2012
AFTER FOUR HARROWING YEARS ON THE WESTERN Front, Tom Sherbourne returns to Australia and takes a job as the lighthouse keeper on Janus Rock, nearly half a day’s journey from the coast. To this isolated island, where the supply boat comes once a season, Tom brings a young, bold, and loving wife, Isabel. Years later, after two miscarriages and one stillbirth, the grieving Isabel hears a baby’s cries on the wind. A boat has washed up onshore carrying a dead man and a living baby. Tom, who keeps meticulous records and whose moral principles have withstood a horrific war, wants to report the man and infant immediately. But Isabel insists the baby is a “gift from God,” and against Tom’s judgment, they claim her as their own and name her Lucy. When she is two, Tom and Isabel return to the mainland and are reminded that there are other people in the world. Their choice has devastated one of them.
At the Dark End of the StreetVintage. 2010
Rosa Parks was often described as a sweet and reticent elderly woman whose tired feet caused her to defy segregation on Montgomery’s city buses, and whose supposedly solitary, spontaneous act sparked the 1955 bus boycott that gave birth to the civil rights movement. The truth of who Rosa Parks was and what really lay beneath the 1955 boycott is far different from anything previously written. In this groundbreaking and important book, Danielle McGuire writes about the rape in 1944 of a twenty-four-year-old mother and sharecropper, Recy Taylor, who strolled toward home after an evening of singing and praying at the Rock Hill Holiness Church in Abbeville, Alabama. Seven white men, armed with knives and shotguns, ordered the young woman into their green Chevrolet, raped her, and left her for dead. The president of the local NAACP branch office sent his best investigator and organizer--Rosa Parks--to Abbeville. In taking on this case, Parks launched a movement that exposed a ritualized history of sexual assault against black women and added fire to the growing call for change.
The Dangerous PassionSimon and Schuster. 2000
Why do men and women cheat on each other? How do men really feel when their partners have sex with other men? What worries women more -- men who turn to other women for love or men who simply want sexual variety in their lives? Can the jealousy husbands and wives experience over real or imagined infidelities be cured? Should it be? In this surprising and engaging exploration of men's and women's darker passions, David Buss, acclaimed author of The Evolution of Desire, reveals that both men and women are actually designed for jealousy. Drawing on experiments, surveys, and interviews conducted in thirty-seven countries on six continents, as well as insights from recent discoveries in biology, anthropology, and psychology, Buss discovers that the evolutionary origins of our sexual desires still shape our passions today. According to Buss, more men than women want to have sex with multiple partners. Furthermore, women who cheat on their husbands do so when they are most likely to conceive, but have sex with their spouses when they are least likely to conceive. These findings show that evolutionary tendencies to acquire better genes through different partners still lurk beneath modern sexual behavior. To counteract these desires to stray -- and to strengthen the bonds between partners -- jealousy evolved as an early detection system of infidelity in the ancient and mysterious ritual of mating. Buss takes us on a fascinating journey through many cultures, from pre-historic to the present, to show the profound evolutionary effect jealousy has had on all of us. Only with a healthy balance of jealousy and trust can we be certain of a mate's commitment, devotion, and true love.
The Secret Diary of Laura PalmerSimon and Schuster. 2011
Laura Palmer was introduced to television audiences in the opening scenes of "Twin Peaks"--as a beautiful dead girl, wrapped in plastic. Now available in print for the first time in many years (and in e-book for the very first time!), THE SECRET DIARY OF LAURA PALMER chronicles Laura's life from age 12 to her death at 17, and is filled with secrets, character references, and even clues to the identity of her eventual killer. Fans of the show will love seeing their favorite characters again, and Laura's diary makes compelling reading as she turns from a naive freshman having her first kiss to a "bad girl" experimenting with drugs, sex and the occult. "As seen by" Jennifer Lynch, creator David Lynch's daughter, THE SECRET DIARY OF LAURA PALMER is authentic, creepy, and a perfect book for anyone who loves supernatural suspense.
The Last Warner WomanCoffee House Press. 2012
"Miller is a name to watch."--The Independent "This is magical, lyrical, spellbinding writing."--Granta Adamine Bustamante is born in one of Jamaica's last leper colonies. When Adamine grows up, she discovers she has the gift of "warning": the power to protect, inspire, and terrify. But when she is sent to live in England, her prophecies of impending disaster are met with a different kind of fear--people think she is insane and lock her away in a mental hospital. Now an older woman, the spirited Adamine wants to tell her story. But she must wrestle for the truth with the mysterious "Mr. Writer Man," who has a tale of his own to share, one that will cast Adamine's life in an entirely new light. In a story about magic and migration, stories and storytelling, and the New and Old Worlds, we discover it is never one person who owns a story or has the right to tell it. Born in Kingston, Jamaica, in 1978, Kei Miller is the author of The Same Earth, winner of the Una Marson Prize for Literature; and Fear of Stones, which was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers' Prize for Best First Book. His most recent poetry collection has been shortlisted for the Jonathan Llewellyn Rhys Prize, the Bocas Prize for Caribbean Literature, and the Scottish Book of the Year Award. In 2008 he was an International Writing Fellow at the University of Iowa. Miller currently divides his time between Jamaica and Scotland.