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Review: Gtanni Isola, Cari Amici Lontani E Vicini, Marla Stone Nov 1997

Review: Gtanni Isola, Cari Amici Lontani E Vicini, Marla Stone

Marla Stone

No abstract provided.


Anticipating The Brethren: The Reverend Charles Nisbet Critiques The French Revolution, David Robson Sep 1997

Anticipating The Brethren: The Reverend Charles Nisbet Critiques The French Revolution, David Robson

David W. Robson

Charles Nisbet, a Presbyterian minister who emigrated to Pennsylvania in 1785 from Scotland, spoke out against the French Revolution long before other American clergy. Nisbet believed the American Revolution had created democratic excesses that threatened the American religious, political, and social hierarchy, and feared the same would happen in France, and eventually the rest of Europe and Great Britain. Although he came to America impressed with the revolutionary spirit of the people and leaders, Nisbet quickly became disillusioned with religious and social attitudes influenced by uncontrolled democracy and the preference for autonomy over deference to leaders like himself. Although American ...


Correspondence, Jan Comfort Sep 1997

Correspondence, Jan Comfort

Jan Comfort

No abstract provided.


Review: Esther Dacosta Meyer, The Work Of Antonio Sant’Elia, Marla Stone Aug 1997

Review: Esther Dacosta Meyer, The Work Of Antonio Sant’Elia, Marla Stone

Marla Stone

No abstract provided.


He Who Has Seen The Wind: The Black Bonspiel Of Willie Maccrimmon, Don Morrow Jul 1997

He Who Has Seen The Wind: The Black Bonspiel Of Willie Maccrimmon, Don Morrow

Donald Morrow

No abstract provided.


The Futility Of Campaign Finance Reform: A Historical Perspective, Christopher H. Hoebeke Jul 1997

The Futility Of Campaign Finance Reform: A Historical Perspective, Christopher H. Hoebeke

Christopher H Hoebeke

No abstract provided.


The Text Of Getty Museum Ms 9, Elizabeth Teviotdale Apr 1997

The Text Of Getty Museum Ms 9, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

Traces the ancestry of the text of the Getty Anglo-Saxon leaves (Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum, MS 9) to a group of Breton gospel books with liturgical formulae in the biblical text.


Bruce Kidd’S The Struggle For Canadian Sport, Don Morrow Apr 1997

Bruce Kidd’S The Struggle For Canadian Sport, Don Morrow

Donald Morrow

No abstract provided.


Death-Defying Women, Claire Potter Feb 1997

Death-Defying Women, Claire Potter

Claire Potter

No abstract provided.


American Checks And Balances, A Brief Survey, Christopher Hoebeke Feb 1997

American Checks And Balances, A Brief Survey, Christopher Hoebeke

Christopher H Hoebeke

No abstract provided.


Gender And The Nurse-Physician Relationship: The Case Of Nurse Practitioner Regulations In Pennsylvania, Pg, Principal Investigator, $5,000, University Research Foundation, University Of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa, Julie Fairman Dec 1996

Gender And The Nurse-Physician Relationship: The Case Of Nurse Practitioner Regulations In Pennsylvania, Pg, Principal Investigator, $5,000, University Research Foundation, University Of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa, Julie Fairman

Julie A Fairman

No abstract provided.


Making Official Culture: State Patronage In Fascist Italy, Marla Stone Dec 1996

Making Official Culture: State Patronage In Fascist Italy, Marla Stone

Marla Stone

No abstract provided.


Wrestling John Irving, Don Morrow Dec 1996

Wrestling John Irving, Don Morrow

Donald Morrow

No abstract provided.


Autobiographies By Americans Of Color 1980-1994: An Annotated Bibliography, Rebecca Stuhr Dec 1996

Autobiographies By Americans Of Color 1980-1994: An Annotated Bibliography, Rebecca Stuhr

Rebecca A Stuhr

This book compiles and provides a brief summary of autobiographies published or reissued during the last decades of the 20th century. This is an excellent source for finding personal accounts of growing up just after the end of slavery through the civil rights movement, experiences for Japanese Americans during World War II, the American Indian Movement, and the growing movement for rights for immigrant labor in the United States. Many of these autobiographies were written to provide an account of family history, hardship endured, and accomplishments achieved for the next generation.


The Crispus Attucks Monument Dedication, Dale Freeman Dec 1996

The Crispus Attucks Monument Dedication, Dale Freeman

Dale H. Freeman

The story of the Crispus Attucks Monument on the Boston Common, dedicated in November, 1888.


Tibbits’ Boys: A History Of The 21st New York Cavalry, Thomas Reed Dec 1996

Tibbits’ Boys: A History Of The 21st New York Cavalry, Thomas Reed

Thomas J Reed

No abstract provided.


Overview Of Gulliver's Travels, Karen Gevirtz Dec 1996

Overview Of Gulliver's Travels, Karen Gevirtz

Karen Bloom Gevirtz

No abstract provided.


The Pioneers’ Stories: Work Histories Of Early Nurse Practitioners In Pennsylvania, Pg, Principal Investigator, $1,262, Sigma Theta Tau, Xi Chapter (M.J Murphy, Co-Principal Investigator, Undergraduate Student), Julie Fairman Dec 1996

The Pioneers’ Stories: Work Histories Of Early Nurse Practitioners In Pennsylvania, Pg, Principal Investigator, $1,262, Sigma Theta Tau, Xi Chapter (M.J Murphy, Co-Principal Investigator, Undergraduate Student), Julie Fairman

Julie A Fairman

No abstract provided.


Legal Rhetoric And Revolutionary Change, Richard Kay Dec 1996

Legal Rhetoric And Revolutionary Change, Richard Kay

Richard Kay

If we define revolutionary change as the alteration of fundamental political arrangements in ways inconsistent with accepted understandings of law, we would not expect to find the invocation of law in justification of that change. In fact, however, such justification is not uncommon. This paper examines three cases exposing differing attitudes to legal justification of revolution-- the English Revolution of 1688-89, the secession of the Southern states at the beginning of the American Civil War and the Bolshevik revolution of 1917. In each case the paper describes the revolutionaries' use of legal language. It then shows how the use or ...


Creating Histories: Oral Narratives And The Politics Of History-Making, Wendy Singer Dec 1996

Creating Histories: Oral Narratives And The Politics Of History-Making, Wendy Singer

Wendy Singer

n/a


The Ghost Of Equality: The Public Lives Of D. D. T. Jabavu Of South Africa, 1885–1959, Catherine Higgs Dec 1996

The Ghost Of Equality: The Public Lives Of D. D. T. Jabavu Of South Africa, 1885–1959, Catherine Higgs

Catherine Higgs

No abstract provided.


Review Of Soulfires: Young Black Men On Love And Violence, Amilcar Shabazz Dec 1996

Review Of Soulfires: Young Black Men On Love And Violence, Amilcar Shabazz

Amilcar Shabazz

A review of a literary and cultural anthology on African American males on love and violence.


American Studies And Studies Of America, Randall Knoper Dec 1996

American Studies And Studies Of America, Randall Knoper

Randall Knoper

No abstract provided.


South Carolina Inventors And Inventions 1790-1873, Jan Comfort Dec 1996

South Carolina Inventors And Inventions 1790-1873, Jan Comfort

Jan Comfort

No abstract provided.


Tampa Mayor Herman Glogowski: Jewish Leadership In Gilded Age Florida, Mark I. Greenberg Dec 1996

Tampa Mayor Herman Glogowski: Jewish Leadership In Gilded Age Florida, Mark I. Greenberg

Mark I. Greenberg

No abstract provided.


Political Culture And Suffrage In An Anglo-American Women's West, Karen M. Morin Dec 1996

Political Culture And Suffrage In An Anglo-American Women's West, Karen M. Morin

Karen M. Morin

No abstract provided.


"A Contagious Ecstasy”: May Sinclair’S War Journals, Suzanne Raitt Dec 1996

"A Contagious Ecstasy”: May Sinclair’S War Journals, Suzanne Raitt

Suzanne Raitt

No abstract provided.


English Translation, Edward R. Udovic Dec 1996

English Translation, Edward R. Udovic

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

Translation and editing of the English edition of a special magazine celebrating the 50th anniversary of the canonization of Saint Catherine Laboure (1947-1997)


International Orphans': The Chinese In Thailand During World War Ii, Bruce E. Reynolds Dec 1996

International Orphans': The Chinese In Thailand During World War Ii, Bruce E. Reynolds

E. Bruce Reynolds

An examination of Japanese efforts to gain the cooperation of the intrinsically hostile, but economically vital Overseas Chinese community in Thailand, this article also focuses on the impact of the Japanese wartime presence on the troubled relationship between the Chinese and the Thai authorities, and the success of Chinese entrepreneurs in turning adversity to advantage.