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Apollo Hypoakraios Reconsidered, Peter Nulton Dec 1999

Apollo Hypoakraios Reconsidered, Peter Nulton

Peter E. Nulton Ph.D.

In 1897, the excavations of P. Kabbadias uncovered ten votive plaques in a cave on the northwest slope of the Athenian Acropolis, thereby fixing the location of the "sanctuary of Apollo in a cave" mentioned by Pausanias (I.28.4). The inscriptions indicated that they were meant as dedications to Apollo Hypoakraios or Hypo Makrais, and that the dedicants were invariably members of the college of archons. Although the corpus has increased steadily since then, the inscriptions have not been treated together since Kabbadias's original publication.

In this paper, I will offer some conclusions drawn from a thorough re-analysis ...


The Stammheim Missal: A "New" Source Of North German Chant, Elizabeth Teviotdale Oct 1999

The Stammheim Missal: A "New" Source Of North German Chant, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

A survey of the contents of the Stammheim Missal (Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum, MS 64), long known to art historians but unstudied by musicologists, with special attention paid to the sequence collection.


The Frontispiece Miniatures Of The Stammheim Missal, Elizabeth Teviotdale Oct 1999

The Frontispiece Miniatures Of The Stammheim Missal, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

Examines the frontispiece miniatures of Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum, MS 64, proposing that the direct reflection of the art patronized by Bishop Bernward of Hildesheim (d. 1022) is a key component in the manuscript's role as a testament to Bernward.


Book Review: The Minds Of The West: Ethnocultural Evolution In The Rural Middle West, 1830-1917, Lynn Dumenil Sep 1999

Book Review: The Minds Of The West: Ethnocultural Evolution In The Rural Middle West, 1830-1917, Lynn Dumenil

Lynn Dumenil

No abstract provided.


A King's Impossible Dream, Michael Graham Sep 1999

A King's Impossible Dream, Michael Graham

Michael F. Graham

No abstract provided.


Women And The Church Courts In Reformation-Era Scotland, Michael Graham Sep 1999

Women And The Church Courts In Reformation-Era Scotland, Michael Graham

Michael F. Graham

A comprehensive view of the lives of women in Scotland from 1100 to 1750, based on a wide range of archival sources, including Court of Session records and Middle Scots poetry. Amongst the women featured are nuns, brewers, widows, witches, and wives of ministers of the kirk.


Review: Holocaust Infatuation, Peter Novick, The Holocaust In American Life, Marla Stone Aug 1999

Review: Holocaust Infatuation, Peter Novick, The Holocaust In American Life, Marla Stone

Marla Stone

No abstract provided.


The Left And Kosovo, Marla Stone, Josh Wick Jun 1999

The Left And Kosovo, Marla Stone, Josh Wick

Marla Stone

No abstract provided.


The Use Of Multimedia In Large Classrooms, Don Morrow May 1999

The Use Of Multimedia In Large Classrooms, Don Morrow

Donald Morrow

No abstract provided.


The New Technologies And The University Classroom: The Changing Roles Of Faculty And Instructional Developers, Don Morrow May 1999

The New Technologies And The University Classroom: The Changing Roles Of Faculty And Instructional Developers, Don Morrow

Donald Morrow

No abstract provided.


Kosovo: A Round Table, Marla Stone May 1999

Kosovo: A Round Table, Marla Stone

Marla Stone

No abstract provided.


Freedpeople In The Tobacco South: Virginia, 1860-1900, Jeffrey Kerr-Ritchie Mar 1999

Freedpeople In The Tobacco South: Virginia, 1860-1900, Jeffrey Kerr-Ritchie

Jeffrey Kerr-Ritchie

Throughout the colonial and antebellum periods, Virginia's tobacco producers exploited slave labor to ensure the profitability of their agricultural enterprises. In the wake of the Civil War, however, the abolition of slavery, combined with changed market conditions, sparked a breakdown of traditional tobacco culture. Focusing on the transformation of social relations between former slaves and former masters, Jeffrey Kerr-Ritchie traces the trajectory of this breakdown from the advent of emancipation to the stirrings of African American migration at the turn of the twentieth century.

Drawing upon a rich array of sources, Kerr-Ritchie situates the struggles of newly freed people ...


L’Inhumaine (1924) – The Inhuman Woman As Lesbian, Maureen Shanahan Feb 1999

L’Inhumaine (1924) – The Inhuman Woman As Lesbian, Maureen Shanahan

Maureen G. Shanahan

No abstract provided.


Virtual Power: Gendering The Nurse-Technology Relationship, Julie Fairman, Pat D'Antonio Dec 1998

Virtual Power: Gendering The Nurse-Technology Relationship, Julie Fairman, Pat D'Antonio

Julie A Fairman

No abstract provided.


Playing Doctor? Nurse Practitioners, Physicians, And The Dilemma Of Shared Practice, Julie Fairman Dec 1998

Playing Doctor? Nurse Practitioners, Physicians, And The Dilemma Of Shared Practice, Julie Fairman

Julie A Fairman

No abstract provided.


Delegated By Default Or Negotiated By Need: Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, And The Process Of Clinical Thinking, Julie Fairman Dec 1998

Delegated By Default Or Negotiated By Need: Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, And The Process Of Clinical Thinking, Julie Fairman

Julie A Fairman

No abstract provided.


French Free-Thinkers In The First Decades Of The Edict Of Nantes, Maryanne Horowitz Dec 1998

French Free-Thinkers In The First Decades Of The Edict Of Nantes, Maryanne Horowitz

Maryanne Cline Horowitz

No abstract provided.


The Alliance Party Of Northern Ireland And Power Sharing In A Divided Society, Allan Leonard Dec 1998

The Alliance Party Of Northern Ireland And Power Sharing In A Divided Society, Allan Leonard

Allan Leonard

The government of Northern Ireland from 1920 to 1972 represented a one-party government, or more appropriately, a segmental majority of unionism; Nationalist parties were perpetually unable to, as well as restricted from, achieving control of government. Political processes since then have been to compel Unionists to share power with others. There is more than one way to apply power sharing, with consociational (Lijphart 1977) or integrative (Horowitz 1985; 1991) elements. The result can be a more or less integrated society (Sisk 1996).

My thesis is that with the achievement of the 1998 Agreement, Alliance’s pursuit of a Northern Ireland-integrative ...


Creating Critical Care: The Case Of The Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania, 1950-1965, Julie Fairman, S Kagan Dec 1998

Creating Critical Care: The Case Of The Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania, 1950-1965, Julie Fairman, S Kagan

Julie A Fairman

No abstract provided.


Challenging Cultural Categories: The Transformation Of The Venice Biennale Under Fascism, Marla Stone Dec 1998

Challenging Cultural Categories: The Transformation Of The Venice Biennale Under Fascism, Marla Stone

Marla Stone

This article analyzes the development of a national cultural event, the Venice Biennale, under the auspices of the Fascist government. As part of a larger project of forging responsive publics and modernizing cultural life, Fascist culture ministries and bureaucrats used this international fine arts exhibition as a place to challenge existing practices of cultural display and organization. In this process, which took place between 1930 and 1938, cinema, the decorative arts and audience incentive practices drawn from the tourist industry were mobilized to transform a previously limited institution.


Faces Of The Church: Meditations On A Mystery And Its Images, Lawrence Porter Dec 1998

Faces Of The Church: Meditations On A Mystery And Its Images, Lawrence Porter

Rev. Lawrence B. Porter, Ph.D

No abstract provided.


Boycott!: Louise Imogen Guiney And The American Protective Association, Patricia Fanning Dec 1998

Boycott!: Louise Imogen Guiney And The American Protective Association, Patricia Fanning

Patricia J. Fanning

Irish-American poet and author Louise Imogen Guiney endured anti-Catholic discrimination in Boston during the 1890’s. Well known to contemporary Bostonians as both a writer and the daughter of an Irish Roman Catholic Civil War officer, Guiney was appointed postmaster in Auburndale in January 1894. She initially liked the job’s duties, pay, and stability. However, many residents of Auburndale, including those associated with the anti-Catholic American Protective Association, boycotted the post office by not buying stamps there. As a result, in October 1894 her salary was cut. Guiney’s friends subsequently led a counterattack that resulted in stamp purchases ...


Which Way To Turn?, Carolyn Ellis, Arthur Bochner Dec 1998

Which Way To Turn?, Carolyn Ellis, Arthur Bochner

Carolyn Ellis

No abstract provided.


Labour Historians As Labour Intellectuals: Generations And Crises, Terry Irving, Sean Scalmer Dec 1998

Labour Historians As Labour Intellectuals: Generations And Crises, Terry Irving, Sean Scalmer

Terry Irving

Over the last nine decades Australian labour historians have been engaged in a massive, ongoing, fractious, collective intellectual project. This chapter argues that labour historians should understand their role historically, as labour intellectuals, and sketches three generational moments in the history of labour history intellectuals. We conclude that labour history is a popular, collective, democratic, regional, and political form of history-writing.


He(Art)Ful Autoethnography, Carolyn Ellis Dec 1998

He(Art)Ful Autoethnography, Carolyn Ellis

Carolyn Ellis

The author seeks to develop an ethnography that includes researchers’ vulnerable selves, emotions, bodies, and spirits; produces evocative stories that create the effect of reality; celebrates concrete experience and intimate detail; examines how human experience is endowed with meaning; is concerned with moral, ethical, and political consequences; encourages compassion and empathy; helps us know how to live and cope; features multiple voices and repositions readers and “subjects” as coparticipants in dialogue; seeks a fusion between social science and literature in which, as Gregory Bateson says, “you are partly blown by the winds of reality and partly an artist creating a ...


After Our Likeness: The Church As The Image Of The Trinity, Lawrence Porter Dec 1998

After Our Likeness: The Church As The Image Of The Trinity, Lawrence Porter

Rev. Lawrence B. Porter, Ph.D

No abstract provided.


血路:革命中国中的沈定一(玄庐)传奇, R. Keith Schoppa (Author), Wubiao Zhou (Translator) Dec 1998

血路:革命中国中的沈定一(玄庐)传奇, R. Keith Schoppa (Author), Wubiao Zhou (Translator)

Wubiao Zhou

No abstract provided.


Bringing Emotion And Personal Narrative Into Medical Social Science, Carolyn Ellis Dec 1998

Bringing Emotion And Personal Narrative Into Medical Social Science, Carolyn Ellis

Carolyn Ellis

Comments on an article on the ethics of informed consent by Rose Weitz previously published in the periodical 'Health.' Family response to informed consent; Constraints imposed by social science research practices on Weitz' work; Ethics of the narrative approach to medical sociology.


Diaries And Memoirs, Maryanne Horowitz Dec 1998

Diaries And Memoirs, Maryanne Horowitz

Maryanne Cline Horowitz

No abstract provided.


Physical Fitness & Wellness, Donald Morrow, Jennifer Irwin Dec 1998

Physical Fitness & Wellness, Donald Morrow, Jennifer Irwin

Donald Morrow

No abstract provided.