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David Lang

(b. 1957)


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Lang, David (8 Jan. 1957)

LANG, David Geoffrey (born 1941), QC (Turks and Caicos) 1985; Attorney General, Falkland Islands, 1987–2006

David K. O'Rourke. Demons by Definition: Social Idealism, Religious Nationalism, and the Demonizing of Dissent. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 1998

HASTE, Norman David (born 1944), Executive Director, Nuclear New Build, Lang O’Rourke, 2011–12; non-executive Director, C. Spencer Ltd (Hull), since 2013

The Body Abject: Self and Text in Jean Genet and Samuel Beckett. By David Houston Jones. Bern, Peter Lang, 2000. 215 pp. Pb £23.00.

Health and Safety in Small Enterprises—Strategies for Managing Improvement. By David Walters. Published by P.I.E.—Peter Lang. ISBN: 90‐5201‐952‐5. 406 pages

David Klinck. The French Counterrevolutionary Theorist Louis de Bonald (1754–1840). (Studies in Modern European History, number 18.) New York: Peter Lang. 1996. Pp. viii, 301

Gascoigne, David. The Games of Fiction: Georges Perec and Modern French Ludic Narrative. Oxford, Berne & Berlin: Peter Lang (Modern French Identities Series 45), 2006. 327 pp. £38.00. ISBN 978–3–03910–697–4

LANG, David Marshall (1924 - 1991), Professor of Caucasian Studies in the University of London, 1964–84, then Emeritus; Warden of Connaught Hall, University of London, 1955–84; Special Assistant (Georgian), Department of Oriental Collections (formerly Oriental Manuscripts and Printed Books), British Library, 1950–84

Keïta: The Heritage of the Griot. Produced by Claude Gilaizeau and S. Pierre Yaméogu; written and directed by Dani Kouyaté. 1995; color; 94 minutes. Burkina Faso. Jula and French with English subtitles. Distributor: California Newsreel, Rocking Popenguine [Ça twiste à Popenguine]. Produced, written, and directed by Moussa Sene Absa. 1993; color; 90 minutes. Senegal. French with English subtitles. Distributor: California Newsreel.and The Blue Eyes of Yonta [Udju azul di Yonta]. Produced by Angela Cerveira and Ana Costa; directed by Flora Gomes; screenplay by Flora Gomes, Ina Cesaire, David Lang, and Manuel Rambout Barcelos. 1992; color; 90 minutes. Guinea Bissau. Crioulo with English subtitles. Distributor: California Newsreel

 

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(b Los Angeles, 8 Jan. 1957).

American composer. He graduated from Stanford (1978), the University of Iowa (1980), and Yale (1989), as a doctoral pupil of Martin Bresnick, then settled ...

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