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1988

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New Light On 'How Labour Governs': Rediscovered Political Writings By Vere Gordon Childe, Terry Irving Jan 2014

New Light On 'How Labour Governs': Rediscovered Political Writings By Vere Gordon Childe, Terry Irving

Terence H Irving, Dr (Terry)

This article uses four rediscovered political essays by Gordon Childe to revise certain accounts of his political thought in the period when he was writing 'How Labour Governs' (1923). It shows that he was not a syndicalist; that he would not be hostile 'to a real Labor government'; that he had not renounced working-class politics; but that he was concerned about the negative effects of Labor's obsession with capturing the state on working class solidarity.


Local Physician Provides Global Symbol In Struggle To Halt Nuclear Armament Build Up, Kimberly J. Sawtelle Oct 1988

Local Physician Provides Global Symbol In Struggle To Halt Nuclear Armament Build Up, Kimberly J. Sawtelle

Kimberly J. Sawtelle

Dr. David Frasz of Dover-Foxcroft, creates three-dimensional illustration to depict what he believed to be flaws in President Ronald Reagan's Strategic Arms Defense Initiative, "Star Wars," that later became an international symbol for people working to terminate the nuclear arms race.


New Light On 'How Labour Governs': Rediscovered Political Writings By Vere Gordon Childe, Terry Irving Apr 1988

New Light On 'How Labour Governs': Rediscovered Political Writings By Vere Gordon Childe, Terry Irving

Terry Irving

This article uses four rediscovered political essays by Gordon Childe to revise certain accounts of his political thought in the period when he was writing 'How Labour Governs' (1923). It shows that he was not a syndicalist; that he would not be hostile 'to a real Labor government'; that he had not renounced working-class politics; but that he was concerned about the negative effects of Labor's obsession with capturing the state on working class solidarity.


"Fr. Alfred J. Kilp, S.J. 1908-1988." The Charles Von Der Ahe Library., Tony Amodeo Feb 1988

"Fr. Alfred J. Kilp, S.J. 1908-1988." The Charles Von Der Ahe Library., Tony Amodeo

Tony Amodeo

Biographical memorial exhibit for Jesuit Father and Army Chaplain in WWII and the Korean Conflict. Included albums, photos, military medals, military uniform, campus organizational logos and clothing, artifacts and texts. Done for the Jesuit community and LMU Alumni Relations. Charles Von der Ahe Library, March 7-31, 1988.


Heroes And Villains, Rowan Cahill Feb 1988

Heroes And Villains, Rowan Cahill

Rowan Cahill

Review article discussion of the work of Australian Left journalists Wilfred Burchett, Rupert Lockwood, and John Pilger.


Critical Care Nursing: A History., Julie Fairman, Joan Lynaugh Dec 1987

Critical Care Nursing: A History., Julie Fairman, Joan Lynaugh

Julie A Fairman

No abstract provided.


Origins And Conceptualizations Of Critical Care Nursing In 20th Century America, Pg, Co-Principal Investigator, $221,000, American Association Of Critical-Care Nurses (J. Lynaugh, Ph.D., Rn, Faan, Principal Investigator), Julie Fairman Dec 1987

Origins And Conceptualizations Of Critical Care Nursing In 20th Century America, Pg, Co-Principal Investigator, $221,000, American Association Of Critical-Care Nurses (J. Lynaugh, Ph.D., Rn, Faan, Principal Investigator), Julie Fairman

Julie A Fairman

No abstract provided.


Renaissance Rereadings: Intertext And Context, Maryanne Horowitz Dec 1987

Renaissance Rereadings: Intertext And Context, Maryanne Horowitz

Maryanne Cline Horowitz

No abstract provided.


Hugh Of Lusignan: Agreement Between Lord And Vassal, George Beech Dec 1987

Hugh Of Lusignan: Agreement Between Lord And Vassal, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.


Toward A Sociology Of Visual Forms In The English Medieval Theater, Clifford Davidson Dec 1987

Toward A Sociology Of Visual Forms In The English Medieval Theater, Clifford Davidson

Clifford Davidson

Revised version rpt. in On Tradition.


Reading Medieval Art, Leslie D. Ross Dec 1987

Reading Medieval Art, Leslie D. Ross

Leslie Ross

"Reading Art" is, in fact, much of what art history is all about. When art historians study and write about the art of the past, they are primarily interested in describing works of art within their historical and cultural contexts. they are concerned with understanding the arts of the past as visual reflections of historic time periods, cultures, interests, and ideas. Studying art in this way requires that the viewer learn the language of art, a non-verbal language. The language of art is a visual language; one must learn to listen with the eyes and to read without words. ~article ...


Self-Effacement And Autonomy In Shakespeare, Kirby Farrell Prof Dec 1987

Self-Effacement And Autonomy In Shakespeare, Kirby Farrell Prof

kirby farrell

This chapter develops the argument in "Self-Effacement and Autonomy in Sx," extending it to fantasies of apotheosis in the poems and plays.


"Go Out To All The Nations!" The Foreign Mission Apostolate: 1914-1987, Edward R. Udovic Dec 1987

"Go Out To All The Nations!" The Foreign Mission Apostolate: 1914-1987, Edward R. Udovic

Rev. Edward R. Udovic, C.M., Ph.D.

The American Vincentians first entered the foreign mission field in 1914 with a foundation in the Panama Canal Zone. Ranging from China to Kenya these missionary efforts represent a significant chapter in the history of the Congregation of the Mission in the United States.


Self-Effacement And Autonomy In Shakespeare, Kirby Farrell Prof Dec 1987

Self-Effacement And Autonomy In Shakespeare, Kirby Farrell Prof

kirby farrell

This is a chapter from my _Play, Death, and Heroism in Shakespeare_ (1988). It identifies a pattern of behavior in Sx and Early Modern culture, in which children learn to efface themselves in order to achieve (or "earn") autonomy. The paradigm has significant implications for the structure of authority in EarlyModern culture, and in Shakespeare supports the fantasies of heroic apotheosis everywhere in his work.


Play, Death, And Apotheosis, Kirby Farrell Prof Dec 1987

Play, Death, And Apotheosis, Kirby Farrell Prof

kirby farrell

This chapter develops the argument in "Self-Effacement and Autonomy in Sx," extending it to fantasies of apotheosis in the poems and plays.


Traditiona Value Patterns And The War In Ex-Yugoslavia (English), Hannes Grandits, Joel Halpern Dec 1987

Traditiona Value Patterns And The War In Ex-Yugoslavia (English), Hannes Grandits, Joel Halpern

Joel M. Halpern

The various national movements in the Southern Slavonic countries concerned themselves very thoroughly with their respective village cultures. In them, in a world of rapid modernization, they sought to find and detect their origins and to understand what characteristics their people and makes it special. This more often than not resulted in a romantic transfiguration and idealization of rural or village value patterns,as seen from an urban, intellectual perspective. These patterns,as it were, should be "characteristic"of the nation and serve as models. Furthermore, we seek to place some traditional value patterns into the context of the war ...


Evidence, 1986-1987 Illinois Law Survey, Leonard Cavise, Bradley J. Martin Dec 1987

Evidence, 1986-1987 Illinois Law Survey, Leonard Cavise, Bradley J. Martin

Leonard Cavise

No abstract provided.