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Review Of Special Collections 2.0: New Technologies For Rare Books, Manuscripts, And Archival Collections, Melanie Griffin 2009 University of South Florida

Review Of Special Collections 2.0: New Technologies For Rare Books, Manuscripts, And Archival Collections, Melanie Griffin

Melanie Griffin

No abstract provided.


Celt Luminary Award, Mary Ann Cain 2009 Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne

Celt Luminary Award, Mary Ann Cain

Mary Ann Cain

No abstract provided.


Film Music: A Very Short Introduction, Kathryn Kalinak 2009 Rhode Island College

Film Music: A Very Short Introduction, Kathryn Kalinak

Kathryn M Kalinak

Film music is as old as cinema itself. Years before synchronized sound became the norm, projected moving images were shown to musical accompaniment, whether performed by a lone piano player or a hundred-piece orchestra. Today film music has become its own industry, indispensable to the marketability of movies around the world.

Film Music: A Very Short Introduction is a compact, lucid, and thoroughly engaging overview written by one of the leading authorities on the subject. After opening with a fascinating analysis of the music from a key sequence in Quentin Tarentino's Reservoir Dogs, Kathryn Kalinak introduces readers not only ...


The Ethics Of Writing, By Carlo Sini, Translated By Silvia Benso With Brian Schroeder, Antonio Calcagno 2009 The University of Western Ontario - King's University College

The Ethics Of Writing, By Carlo Sini, Translated By Silvia Benso With Brian Schroeder, Antonio Calcagno

Antonio Calcagno

No abstract provided.


Humanizing Personhood, Adam Kadlac 2009 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Humanizing Personhood, Adam Kadlac

Adam Kadlac

This paper explores the debate between personists, who argue that the concept of a person if of central importance for moral thought, and personists, who argue that the concept of a human being is of greater moral significance. On the one hand, it argues that normative naturalism, the most ambitious defense of the humanist position, fails to identify moral standards with standards of human behavior and thereby fails to undermine the moral significance of personhood. At the same time, it contends that a more focused attention on the morally relevant features of human life may indeed play a crucial role ...


Review Of Maureen Mcneil's Feminist Cultural Studies Of Science And Technology, Sonita Sarker 2009 Macalester College

Review Of Maureen Mcneil's Feminist Cultural Studies Of Science And Technology, Sonita Sarker

Sonita Sarker

No abstract provided.


Song Of Praise, Marianella Machado 2009 Eastern Kentucky University

Song Of Praise, Marianella Machado

Marianella P. Machado

No abstract provided.


Philosophy, Privacy, And Pervasive Computing, Diane Michelfelder 2009 Macalester College

Philosophy, Privacy, And Pervasive Computing, Diane Michelfelder

Diane Michelfelder

No abstract provided.


The Classroom, Cheryl Stiles 2009 Kennesaw State University

The Classroom, Cheryl Stiles

Cheryl Stiles

Poem originally published in The Healing Muse (2010). Recorded for YouTube.


Revolutionary Negotiations: Indians, Empires, And Diplomats In The Founding Of America, John Bowes 2009 Eastern Kentucky University

Revolutionary Negotiations: Indians, Empires, And Diplomats In The Founding Of America, John Bowes

John P. Bowes

The article reviews the book "Revolutionary Negotiations: Indians, Empires, and Diplomats in the Founding of America," by Leonard J. Sadosky.


Liberal Values: Benjamin Constant And The Politics Of Religion – By Helena Rosenblatt, Todd Gooch 2009 Eastern Kentucky University

Liberal Values: Benjamin Constant And The Politics Of Religion – By Helena Rosenblatt, Todd Gooch

Todd Gooch

DOI: 10.1111/j.1748-0922.2010.01423_18.x


Rwanda: L'Inscription Du Bourreau Dans Les Récits De Témoignage, Jean-Pierre Karegeye 2009 Macalester College

Rwanda: L'Inscription Du Bourreau Dans Les Récits De Témoignage, Jean-Pierre Karegeye

Jean-Pierre Karegeye

No abstract provided.


“Reading And Teaching Ovid’S Amores And Ars Amatoria In A Conservative Christian Context.”, M. Stapleton 2009 Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne

“Reading And Teaching Ovid’S Amores And Ars Amatoria In A Conservative Christian Context.”, M. Stapleton

M. L. Stapleton

No abstract provided.


Political Constructivism And The Limits Of Political Philosophy, Adam Cureton 2009 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Political Constructivism And The Limits Of Political Philosophy, Adam Cureton

Adam Cureton

No abstract provided.


The Borris Lace Collection: A Unique Irish Needlelace, Annette Meldrum, Marie Laurie 2009 University of Wollongong

The Borris Lace Collection: A Unique Irish Needlelace, Annette Meldrum, Marie Laurie

Annette M Meldrum Mrs

The tiny Irish village of Borris was once famous for its marvelous lace, and a rare private collection containing some of the finest examples is the inspiration for this beautiful book. It's a catalog of the collection, a guide to making Borris lace in 16 projects, and a rich tribute to the social, cultural, and historical significance of lacework to the specific region and to Ireland at large. The fascinating story of the social history is inextricably woven with the tragic Irish Potato Famine, and started out as a way for poor women to earn money for their families ...


Melania The Younger, Susanna Drake 2009 Macalester College

Melania The Younger, Susanna Drake

Susanna Laing Drake

No abstract provided.


Triangle Gallery 50 Years Of Artwork, Lynn Sondag 2009 Dominican University of California

Triangle Gallery 50 Years Of Artwork, Lynn Sondag

Lynn Sondag

No abstract provided.


Le Diocèse De Thérouanne Au Moyen Age, Jeff Rider, Benoît-Michel Tock 2009 Wesleyan University

Le Diocèse De Thérouanne Au Moyen Age, Jeff Rider, Benoît-Michel Tock

Jeff Rider

De tous les évêchés du Nord de la France médiévale, celui de Thérouanne est sans doute l’un des moins bien connus. Cette situation s’explique en partie par la perte quasi-complète de ses archives lors de la prise et de la destruction de la ville par Charles Quint en 1553, qui entraînèrent par ailleurs quelques années plus tard le démembrement du diocèse entre ceux de Saint-Omer, Ypres et Boulogne. Aucune étude d’ensemble ne lui avait d’ailleurs été consacrée depuis la thèse de l’historien gantois Hans Van Werveke, »Het bisdom Terwaan van den oorsprong tot het begin ...


Parallelism In The Correspondence Between Senwosret I And Sinuhe, Jacqueline Jay 2009 Eastern Kentucky University

Parallelism In The Correspondence Between Senwosret I And Sinuhe, Jacqueline Jay

Jacqueline E. Jay

Poetic parallelism (the repetition of grammatical, semantic, and/or phonetic elements) is prevalent throughout the Tale of Sinuhe, occurring both in the tale’s narrative and in its non-narrative sections, including the exchange of letters between Senwosret I and Sinuhe. This paper analyzes the parallelism in these letters, exploring the rhetorical impact produced by the inclusion of parallel elements and suggesting ways in which an awareness of the poetic structure of the letters increases our understanding of specific passages and of the tale as a whole.


Morning Cloud, Evening Rain, Wang Ping 2009 Macalester College

Morning Cloud, Evening Rain, Wang Ping

Wang Ping

No abstract provided.


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