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From Luke To John: Lazarus, Mary, And Martha In The Fourth Gospel, Keith L. Yoder 2010 University of Massachusetts

From Luke To John: Lazarus, Mary, And Martha In The Fourth Gospel, Keith L. Yoder

Keith L. Yoder

Here I examine John’s Raising of Lazarus and Anointing of Jesus texts and explore literary parallels with Luke’s Lazarus and Mary/Martha texts. I show first that there is a significant and orderly array of such parallels between the Luke and John texts, constituting strong evidence of inter-textual influence between Luke and John. I then show that this relationship is literary rather than oral, and that the literary dependence flows from Luke to John. This paper was not accepted for presentation by the panel moderator.  
NOTE of 2 July 2017: I will be revising this essay this year ...


Review: Gilroy Darker Than Blue, Shiera S. el-Malik 2010 DePaul University

Review: Gilroy Darker Than Blue, Shiera S. El-Malik

Shiera S el-Malik

No abstract provided.


The Final Cut: End-Of-Life Empowerment Through Video Documentary, Broderick Fox 2010 Occidental College

The Final Cut: End-Of-Life Empowerment Through Video Documentary, Broderick Fox

Broderick Fox

This article examines assisted video autobiographies that seek to break taboos around visualizing natural death and dying. Turning the camera onto death in one sense posits limit-cases to photographic representation and documentary ethics. The videos in question, however, each propose routes to active, shared authorship in their production that parallel the possibilities for active, agented, and communally-experienced dying and death that have become all-too-rare in Western society. The chapter closes with a meditation on the potentials for and limitations on such independent video discourse around dying and death in the digital age.


Shooting Pains: Addressing Illness-Related Pain Through Video Autobiography, Broderick Fox 2010 Occidental College

Shooting Pains: Addressing Illness-Related Pain Through Video Autobiography, Broderick Fox

Broderick Fox

No abstract provided.


Tax The Rich, Michael I. Niman Ph.D. 2010 Buffalo State College

Tax The Rich, Michael I. Niman Ph.D.

Michael I Niman Ph.D.

Fed up seeing your life become increasingly stressed with more debt and less cash in your pocket? Michael I. Niman has the answer, in three words


Autonomic And Autonomous ‘Thinking’: Preconditions For Criminal Accountability, Mireille Hildebrandt 2010 Selected Works

Autonomic And Autonomous ‘Thinking’: Preconditions For Criminal Accountability, Mireille Hildebrandt

Mireille Hildebrandt

Cognitive psychology suggests that unconscious ‘thought’ is capable of complex analyses, way beyond the capability of the conscious mind. In fact, many cognitive scientists claim that most – if not all – of our behaviour is the result of ‘the adaptive unconscious’ without which we would not be able to function at all. Explaining or justifying our actions depends on being consciously aware of what motivated these actions. If, however, the ‘causes’ of our behaviour are not accessible to the conscious mind, the ‘reasons’ we give may be qualified as a comfortable illusion. The difference between autonomic computing and human behaviour, in ...


A Poet’S Struggle For A New Adriaticism In The Nineteenth Century, Dominique K. Reill 2010 University of Miami

A Poet’S Struggle For A New Adriaticism In The Nineteenth Century, Dominique K. Reill

Dominique Kirchner Reill

No abstract provided.


Nationalizing States Revisited: Projects And Processes Of Nationalization In Post-Soviet States, Rogers Brubaker 2010 UCLA

Nationalizing States Revisited: Projects And Processes Of Nationalization In Post-Soviet States, Rogers Brubaker

Rogers Brubaker

This paper analyzes Estonia, Latvia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan as nationalizing states, focusing on four domains: ethnopolitical demography, language repertories and practices, the polity, and the economy. Nationalizing discourse has figured centrally in these and other “post-multinational” contexts. But nationalizing projects and processes have differed substantially across cases. Where ethnonational boundaries have been strong, quasi-racial, and intergenerationally persistent, as in Kazakhstan, nationalization (notwithstanding inclusive official rhetoric) has served primarily to strengthen and empower the titular nation. Where ethnonational and linguistic boundaries have been blurred and permeable, as in Ukraine, nationalization has worked primarily to reshape cultural practices, loyalties, and identities, thereby ...


New Professional Opportunities For Women: Nursing, Teaching, Clerical, Sara L. Kimble 2010 DePaul University

New Professional Opportunities For Women: Nursing, Teaching, Clerical, Sara L. Kimble

Sara L Kimble

No abstract provided.


‘Good News’ At The Cape Of Good Hope: Early Lds Missionary Activities In South Africa., Jay H. Buckley 2010 Brigham Young University

‘Good News’ At The Cape Of Good Hope: Early Lds Missionary Activities In South Africa., Jay H. Buckley

Jay H. Buckley

Describes the history of the Latter-day Saints in South Africa from 1830s to 1900.


Response To Kelly Ritter, Peter Elbow 2010 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Response To Kelly Ritter, Peter Elbow

Peter Elbow

No abstract provided.


Dialect Enregisterment In Performance, Barbara Johnstone 2010 Carnegie Mellon University

Dialect Enregisterment In Performance, Barbara Johnstone

Barbara Johnstone

In recent work I have been exploring how one set of linguistic forms has become enregistered as the dialect known as “Pittsburghese” ( Johnstone 2007a; 2007b; 2009; Johnstone, Andrus, and Danielson 2006). In this paper I analyze dialect enregistration in highly self-conscious performances of Pittsburgh speech and social identity. My data consists of three comedy sketches performed by the cast of WDVE radio’s “’DVE Morning Show.” One, called “Mother”, alternates lines of a somewhat parodically sentimental song about the singer’s mother with spoken-word illustrations by a “mother” character who uses elements of Pittsburgh-sounding speech. The second is an advertisement ...


Base And Suffix Paradigms: Qualitative Evidence Of Emergent Borrowed Suffixes In Multiple Late Middle And Early Modern English Registers, Chris C. Palmer 2010 Kennesaw State University

Base And Suffix Paradigms: Qualitative Evidence Of Emergent Borrowed Suffixes In Multiple Late Middle And Early Modern English Registers, Chris C. Palmer

Chris C. Palmer

Even though many studies of historical morphology have described trends and changes in
the productivity of borrowed suffixes in English, such as -able, -age, -ance, -ity, -cion,
-ment and -ous, few studies have been able to illustrate how borrowed suffixes initially
came to be perceived by speakers as independent, productive units. This study aims to
identify and analyze two types of textual evidence – so-called base paradigms and suffix
paradigms – to demonstrate how and when English writers and readers might have
perceived the endings of borrowings as analyzable, detachable suffixes. Textual examples
are selected from a variety of fourteenth- through sixteenth-century ...


Who Was Clarinda Brettun Strickland?, Desiree Butterfield-Nagy 2010 Selected Works

Who Was Clarinda Brettun Strickland?, Desiree Butterfield-Nagy

Desiree Butterfield-Nagy

A portrait of Clarinda Brettun Strickland painted in 1842 by artist Jeremiah Pearson Hardy hangs in the Special Collections Department at the University of Maine's Fogler Library. A patron question sparked a look into its history and possible connections of the woman in the painting to the Phillips-Strickland House in Bangor.


American Vincentian Provincial Assemblies, 1843-2010, John E. Rybolt 2010 DePaul University

American Vincentian Provincial Assemblies, 1843-2010, John E. Rybolt

John E Rybolt

This study lists the provincial assemblies held by American Vincentians from 1843 to 2010, with details on individual assemblies. It deals with the American province to its division in 1888; then the Western Province (or Midwest, 1975-2010).


A Calendar Of Vincent De Paul, 1640-60, John E. Rybolt 2010 DePaul University

A Calendar Of Vincent De Paul, 1640-60, John E. Rybolt

John E Rybolt

Vincent de Paul Calendar, 1640-1660


A Calendar Of Vincent De Paul, John E. Rybolt 2010 DePaul University

A Calendar Of Vincent De Paul, John E. Rybolt

John E Rybolt

This calendar is a day-by-day listing of the known activities of Vincent de Paul from 1596 (the year of his tonsure and minor orders) to 1660 (the year of his death). Its purpose is to show graphically his activities in chronological relation to each other and, where possible, to track his movements while traveling on missions or other activities.


Spain's Minoritized Languages In Brief Sociolinguistic Perspective, Andrew Lynch 2010 University of Miami

Spain's Minoritized Languages In Brief Sociolinguistic Perspective, Andrew Lynch

Andrew Lynch

Since 1978, when Article 3 of the democractic Constitution officialized the ‘other languages of Spain in their respective Autonomous Communities’ and guaranteed them ‘special respect and protection’, Basque, Galician, and Catalan have undergone a significant process of institutional expansion. Laws of linguistic normalization passed in the respective Autonomous Communities during the early 1980s thrust each of these languages into public life, concomitantly disconfiguring their diglossic relationship to Castilian, a vestige of Franco’s staunch one language-one nation ideology. Today one could affirm that the theoretical premise of bilingualism and diglossia (Fishman) —whereby one language serves public, formal functions and another ...


Regina Caeli, Gustavo Leone, Martin Schmid S.J. 2010 Loyola University Chicago

Regina Caeli, Gustavo Leone, Martin Schmid S.J.

Gustavo Leone

The Jesuits were expelled from the Spanish colonies in South America in 1767, leaving behind a remarkable musical legacy that was buried for over two hundred years. But the music did not disappear completely. Thanks to the Chiquitos people of Bolivia, the music was played and preserved throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. In 1985, Swiss architect Hans Roth discovered 9,000 of these musical manuscripts and in 1990 UNESCO declared the churches of the Chiquitos a “patrimony of humanity”. Dr. Gustavo Leone of Loyola University Chicago's Department of Fine and Performing Arts has painstakingly retrieved and restored several ...


Stabat Mater, Gustavo Leone 2010 Loyola University Chicago

Stabat Mater, Gustavo Leone

Gustavo Leone

The Jesuits were expelled from the Spanish colonies in South America in 1767, leaving behind a remarkable musical legacy that was buried for over two hundred years. But the music did not disappear completely. Thanks to the Chiquitos people of Bolivia, the music was played and preserved throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. In 1985, Swiss architect Hans Roth discovered 9,000 of these musical manuscripts and in 1990 UNESCO declared the churches of the Chiquitos a “patrimony of humanity”. Dr. Gustavo Leone of Loyola University Chicago's Department of Fine and Performing Arts has painstakingly retrieved and restored several ...


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