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Equality Before The Kirk? Church Discipline And The Elite In Reformation-Era Scotland, Michael Graham Nov 1993

Equality Before The Kirk? Church Discipline And The Elite In Reformation-Era Scotland, Michael Graham

Michael F. Graham

No abstract provided.


Staging Fascism: The Show Of The Fascist Revolution, Marla Stone Mar 1993

Staging Fascism: The Show Of The Fascist Revolution, Marla Stone

Marla Stone

No abstract provided.


Review Of The Crisis Years, David Robson Jan 1993

Review Of The Crisis Years, David Robson

David W. Robson

No abstract provided.


There Are Survivors: Telling A Story Of Sudden Death, Carolyn Ellis Dec 1992

There Are Survivors: Telling A Story Of Sudden Death, Carolyn Ellis

Carolyn Ellis

This article is a personal narrative of a family drama enacted in the aftermath of my brother's death in an airplane crash. “True” stories such as this fit in the space between fiction and social science, joining ethnographic and literary writing, and autobiographical and sociological understanding. My goal is to reposition readers vis a vis authors of texts of social science by acknowledging potential for optional readings and encouraging readers to “experience an experience” that can reveal not only how it was for me, but how it could be or once was for them. This experimental form permits researchers ...


L'Attribution Des Poêmes Du Comte De Poitiers À Guillaume Ix D'Aquitaine, George Beech Dec 1992

L'Attribution Des Poêmes Du Comte De Poitiers À Guillaume Ix D'Aquitaine, George Beech

George T. Beech

The Eleanor of Aquitaine vase in the Louvre has long been known as one of the rare modern survivals of the famous treasury of the royal abbey of Saint-Denis carefully assembled by Abbot Suger in the mid twelfth century. Suger's own inscription on his elaborate mounting for the vase tells how it came into his possession through Eleanor of Aquitaine's grandfather, William IX of Aquitaine, Eleanor herself, and her first husband, Louis VII of France. But the earlier history of the vase, which is of early medieval, mid-eastern origin is obscure because until now no one has been ...


"Queen Mathilda Of England (1066-1083) And The Abbey Of La Chaise-Dieu In The Auvergne, George Beech Dec 1992

"Queen Mathilda Of England (1066-1083) And The Abbey Of La Chaise-Dieu In The Auvergne, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.


The Eleanor Of Aquitaine Vase, William Ix Of Aquitaine, And Muslim Spain, George Beech Dec 1992

The Eleanor Of Aquitaine Vase, William Ix Of Aquitaine, And Muslim Spain, George Beech

George T. Beech

The Eleanor of Aquitaine vase in the Louvre has long been known as one of the rare modern survivals of the famous treasury of the royal abbey of Saint-Denis carefully assembled by Abbot Suger in the mid twelfth century. Suger's own inscription on his elaborate mounting for the vase tells how it came into his possession through Eleanor of Aquitaine's grandfather, William IX of Aquitaine, Eleanor herself, and her first husband, Louis VII of France. But the earlier history of the vase, which is of early medieval, mid-eastern origin is obscure because until now no one has been ...