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Al Azaria academic RESEARCH AND Consultancy center / aARC ENGLISH Academic and Research Consultancies, Scholarly Editing, and Content Development, Online and On-site Instruction / Tutorials in English for Academic and Special Purposes For Palestinian Faculties of Arts: The Social Sciences and Humanities, Critical Theory, Cultural and Integrative Studies G. R. Dominique, Ph.D., Al-Azaria (Bethany) Occupied Palestinian Territories Primary Email: ginadominique.eng@gmail.com / Cell and Messaging / English: 056-914-3637 / Arabic 056-833-1500 [https://aqu.academia.edu/GinaDominique ] A Catalog of Multidisciplinary and Multimedia Resources Supplement I General Collection A: The Social Sciences and Humanities; Critical Theory and Cultural Studies, Monographs, Edited Volumes and Reference Works 1gdominiq AAUP, Journal of Academic Freedom, Volume 1, 2010.1 1 See also: Academic Freedom Conference, “Problems and Challenges in Arab and African Countries” 10-11 September 2005, Alexandria, Egypt. 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News practices in everyday life: beyond audience response / S. Elizabeth Bird -- 39. Living with news: ethnographies of news consumption / Mirca Madianou -- 40. News influence and the global media sphere: a case study of Al-Jazeera English / Mohammed El-Nawawy and Shawn Powers -- 41. Young citizens and the news / Kaitlynn Mendes, Cynthia Carter and Maire Messenger Davies -- 42. News and memory: old and new media pasts / Andrew Hoskins -- 43. Global crises and world news ecology / Simon Cottle -- 44. Reporting the climate change crisis / Anabela Carvalho -- 45. News and foreign policy: defining influence, balancing power / Philip Seib -- 46. Iconic photojournalism and absent images: democratization and memories of terror / John Tulloch and R. Warwick Blood -- 47. Journalism and the visual politics of war and conflict / Lilie Chouliaraki -- 48. Journalists and war crimes / Howard Tumber -- 49. Peace journalism / Jake Lynch -- 50. News in the digital age / Natalie Fenton -- 51. Reassessing journalism as a profession / Henrik Ornebring -- 52. Citizen journalism: widening world views, extending democracy / Mark Glaser -- 53. Newspapers, labor and the flux of economic uncertainty / James R. Compton -- 54. Impartiality in television news: profitability versus public service / Julian Petley -- 55. Comparative news media systems: new directions in research / Rodney Benson -- 56. Studying journalism: a civic and literary education / G. Stuart Adam -- 57. The power of framing: new challenges for researching the structure of meaning in news / Brain Baresch, Shih-Hsien Hsu and Stephen D. Reese -- 58. "No longer chasing yesterday's story" : new roles for newsmagazines in the 21st century / Heidi Mau and Carolyn Kitch -- 59. Hear today and on tomorrow: the future of news and "news talk" in an era of digital radio / Guy Starkey and Andrew Crisell -- 60. Tweet the news : social media streams and the practice of jouralism / Alfred Hermida. 156gdominiq Allan, Stuart. The Routledge Companion to News and Journalism. London: Routledge, 2012. The fourth estate ideal in journalism history / Mark Hampton -- Journalism, history and the politics of popular culture / John Hartley -- The origins of objectivity in American journalism / Richard Kaplan -- Journalists and their professional identities / Wolfgang Donsbach -- The changing status of women journalists / Deborah Chambers and Linda Steiner -- Journalism and its publics: the Lippmann-Dewey debate / Stuart Allan -- Photojournalism: historical dimensions to contemporary debates / Bonnie Brennen -- The watchdog's new bark: changing forms of investigative reporting / Donald Matheson -- News and democracy in the United States: current problems, future possibilities / Herbert J. Gans -- The press, power and public accountability / W. Lance Bennett -- Media spectacle, presidential politics, and the transformation of journalism / Douglas Kellner -- International news flow / Lisbeth Clausen -- Journalism and political change: the case of China / Qing Cao -- Rethinking "development" journalism / Silvio Waisbord -- Radio news: re-imagining the community / Tanja Bosch -- Alternative journalism: ideology and practice / Chris Atton -- Journalists as interpretive communities, revisited / Barbie Zelizer -- Gatekeeping and news selection as symbolic mediation / Jackie Harrison -- Journalism, news sources and public relations / Bob Franklin, Justin Lewis and Andrew Williams -- Journalism ethics as truth-telling in the public interest / Dale Jacquette -- Making up the news: journalists, deviance and social control in news production / Roger Dickinson -- Me, me, me: the rise and rise of autobiographical journalism / Ros Coward -- 'Delight in trivial controversy'? Questions for sports journalism / Raymond Boyle, David Rowe and Garry Whannel -- Journalism and local politics / Mats Ekstrom, Bengt Johansson and Larsake Larsson -- Journalism and convergence culture / Mark Deuze -- Journalism in the network / Jane B. Singer -- News as culture / James S. Ettema -- News and the emotional public sphere / Barry Richards -- Race and diversity in the news / Joseph Harker -- Getting it straight: gay news narratives and changing cultural values / Marguerite Moritz -- The broadcast news interview: questions of discourse / Martin Montgomery -- Tabloidization of news / David Rowe -- Television news in the era of global infotainment / Daya Kishan Thussu -- Real news/fake news: beyond the news/entertainment divide / Geoffrey Baym -- Journalism in the cinema / Brian McNair -- Journalism and the question of citizenship / Toby Miller -- News, audiences and the construction of public knowledge / Greg Philo -- News practices in everyday life: beyond audience response / S. Elizabeth Bird -- Living with news: ethnographies of news consumption / Mirca Madianou -- News influence and the global media sphere: a case study of Al-Jazeera English / Mohammed El-Nawawy and Shawn Powers -- Young citizens and the news / Kaitlynn Mendes, Cynthia Carter and Maire Messenger Davies -- News and memory: old and new media pasts / Andrew Hoskins -- Global crises and world news ecology / Simon Cottle -- Reporting the climate change crisis / Anabela Carvalho -- News and foreign policy: defining influence, balancing power / Philip Seib -- Iconic photojournalism and absent images: democratization and memories of terror / John Tulloch and R. Warwick Blood -- Journalism and the visual politics of war and conflict / Lilie Chouliaraki -- Journalists and war crimes / Howard Tumber -- Peace journalism / Jake Lynch -- News in the digital age / Natalie Fenton -- Reassessing journalism as a profession / Henrik Ornebring -- Citizen journalism: widening world views, extending democracy / Mark Glaser -- Newspapers, labor and the flux of economic uncertainty / James R. Compton -- Impartiality in television news: profitability versus public service / Julian Petley -- Comparative news media systems: new directions in research / Rodney Benson -- Studying journalism: a civic and literary education / G. Stuart Adam -- The power of framing: new challenges for researching the structure of meaning in news / Brain Baresch, Shih-Hsien Hsu and Stephen D. Reese -- "No longer chasing yesterday's story" : new roles for newsmagazines in the 21st century / Heidi Mau and Carolyn Kitch -- Hear today and on tomorrow: the future of news and "news talk" in an era of digital radio / Guy Starkey and Andrew Crisell -- Tweet the news : social media streams and the practice of jouralism / Alfred Hermida. 157gdominiq Allard, James Robert. Romanticism, Medicine, and the Poet's Body. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2007. 158gdominiq Allardyce, Nicoll, Introduction To Dramatic Theory: Capital Creation, 2005. 159gdominiq Allatson, Paul, and Jo McCormack. Exile Cultures, Misplaced Identities. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2008. 160gdominiq Allee, Todd L. Democratic Peace and Territorial Conflict in the Twentieth Century, The. Cambridge Studies in International Relations: 82. Cambridge University Press, 2003. 161gdominiq Allen F. Repko, Interdisciplinary Research: Process and Theory. Sage, 2011 162gdominiq Allen, Amy. End of Progress: Decolonizing the Normative Foundations of Critical Theory. Place of publication not identified: COLUMBIA University Press, 2017. 1. Critical Theory and the Idea of Progress 2. From Social Evolution to Multiple Modernities: History and Normativity in Habermas 3. The Ineliminability of Progress? Honneth's Hegelian Contextualism 4. From Hegelian Reconstructivism to Kantian Constructivism: Forst's Theory of Justification 5. From the Dialectic of Enlightenment to the History of Madness: Foucault as Adorno's Other Other Son 6. Conclusion: "Truth," Reason, and History 163gdominiq Allen, Emily. Theater Figures: The Production of the Nineteenth-Century British Novel. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State UP, 2003. RaVon Review 164gdominiq Allen, Ernest. Notes on the Concept of Integration. Black Scholar 42.1 (2012): 2-15. [http://works.bepress.com/ernest_allen/21] 165gdominiq Allen, Graham. Intertextuality. Routledge, 2012 The New Critical Idiom (Series) 166gdominiq Allen, Graham. 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PhD thesis, University of Glasgow, 2013. . 174gdominiq Alloula, Malek. The Colonial Harem. Trans. Myrna Godzich and Wlad Godzich, 1986. Excerpts from the works listed below may be provided at a later date: 175gdominiq Almeida, Eugenie P. Changing Discourse Structures in News Coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Texas Linguistic Forum 48:51-60 Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual symposium about Language and Society, Austin April 16-18, 2004 176gdominiq Almila, Anna-Mari, and David Inglis. The Routledge International Handbook to Veils and Veiling Practices, 2019. List of FiguresList of TablesNotes on ContributorsIntroduction: The Veil across the Globe in Politics, Everyday Life, and Fashion (Anna-Mari Almila)Part 1: PoliticsNeoliberalization and Homo Islameconomicus: The Politics of Women's Veiling in Turkey (Yildiz Atasoy)Discourses of Veiling and the Precarity of Choice: Representations in Post-9/11 US (Tabassum F. Ruby)Wearing a Veil in the French Context of Laicite (Anne Fornerod)2007/8: The Winter of the Veiled Women in Israel (Tamar Elor)Veiling Narratives: Discourses of Multiculturalism, Acceptability and Citizenship in Canada (Shelina Kassam and Naheed Mustafa) Veiling and Unveiling in Central Asia: Beliefs and Practices, Tradition and Modernity (Marianne Kamp and Noor Borbieva) Part 2: From Politics to FashionIran's Compulsory Hijab: From Politics and Religious Authority to Fashion Shows (Faegheh Shirazi)The Fashions and Politics of Facial Hair in Turkey: The Case of Islamic Men (Nazli Alimen) Representing the Veil in Contemporary Australian Media: From `Ban the Burqa' to `Hijabi' Bloggers (Branka Prodanovic and Susie Khamis)Part 3: Fashion and Anti-FashionModest Fashion and Anti-Fashion (Reina Lewis) Veiling, Fashion and the (Per)formative Role of Dress in Niger (Adeline Masquelier)The `Discipline of the Veil' Among Converts to Islam in France and Quebec: Framing Gender and Expressing Femininity (Geraldine Mossiere) Muslim Youth Practicing Veiling in Berlin: Modernity, Morality and Aesthetics (Synnove Bendixsen) Fashioning Selves: Biographic Pathways of Hijabi Women in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Gisele Fonseca Chagas and Solange Riva Mezabarba)Part 4: Industries, Images, MaterialitiesCulture Industries and Marketplace Dynamics (OEzlem Sandikci)Images of Desire: Creating Virtue and Value in an Indonesian Islamic Lifestyle Magazine (Carla Jones)Smart-ening Up the Hijab: The Materiality of Contemporary British Muslim Veiling in the Physical and the Digital (Shehnaz Suterwalla)Part 5: Gender, Space, CommunityVeiling, Gender and Space: On the Fluidity of `Public' and `Private' (Anna-Mari Almila)Spacialised Veiling and a Critique of the Public/Private Dichotomy: A View from a Town in North India (Janaki Abraham)Hui Women and the Headscarf in China (Xiaoyan Wang)Constructions and Reconstructions of `Appropriate Dress' in the Diaspora: Young Somali Women and Social Control in Finland (Anu Isotalo)Cover Their Face: Masks, Masking, and Masquerades in Historical- Anthropological Context (David Inglis)The Amish Prayer Cap as a Symbol that Bounds the Community (Jana M. Hawley)Veiling Studies and Globalization Studies (David Inglis and Anna-Mari Almila) 177gdominiq Almila, Anna-Mari, and David Inglis. The Routledge International Handbook to Veils and Veiling Practices. London: Routledge, 2018. Introduction : the veil across the globe in politics, everyday life, and fashion / Anna-Mari Almila -- Politics -- Neoliberalization and homo islameconomicus : the politics of women's veiling in Turkey / Yildiz Atasoy -- Discourses of veiling and the precarity of choice : representations in post-9/11 US / Tabassum F. Ruby -- Wearing a veil in the french context of Laïcité / Anne Fornerod -- 2007/8 : the winter of the veiled women in Israel / Tamar Elor -- Veiling narratives: discourses of multiculturalism, acceptability and citizenship in Canada / Shelina Kassam and Naheed Mustafa -- Veiling and unveiling in Central Asia : beliefs and practices, tradition and modernity / Marianne Kamp and Noor Borbieva -- From politics to fashion -- Iran's compulsory hijab : from politics and religious authority to fashion shows / Faegheh Shirazi -- The fashions and politics of facial hair in Turkey : the case of Islamic men / Nazli Alimen -- Representing the veil in contemporary Australian media : from "ban the burqa" to "hijabi" bloggers / Branka Prodanovic and Susie Khamis -- Fashion and anti-fashion -- Modest fashion and anti-fashion / Reina Lewis -- Veiling, fashion and the (per)formative role of dress in Niger / Adeline Masquelier -- The "discipline of the veil" among converts to Islam in France and Quebec : framing gender and expressing femininity / Géraldine Mossière -- Muslim youth practicing veiling in Berlin : modernity, morality and aesthetics / Synnøve Bendixsen -- Fashioning selves: biographic pathways of hijabi women in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil / Gisele Fonseca Chagas and Solange Riva Mezabarba -- Industries, images, materialities -- Culture industries and marketplace dynamics / Özlem Sandikci -- Images of desire : creating virtue and value in an Indonesian Islamic lifestyle magazine / Carla Jones -- Smart-ening up the hijab : the materiality of contemporary British muslim veiling in the physical and the digital / Shehnaz Suterwalla -- Gender, space, community -- Veiling, gender and space : on the fluidity of "public" and "private" / Anna-Mari Almila -- Spacialised veiling and a critique of the public/private dichotomy : a view from a town in north India / Janaki Abraham -- Hui women and the headscarf in China / Xiaoyan Wang -- Constructions and reconstructions of "appropriate dress" in the diaspora : young somali women and social control in finland / Anu Isotalo -- Cover their face : masks, masking, and masquerades in historical-anthropological context / David Inglis -- The Amish prayer cap as a symbol that bounds the community / Jana M. 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Surveillance as biopower / Ayse Ceyhan -- Section 1.2 Theory II: Difference, politics, privacy -- a. "You shouldn't wear that body": The problematic of surveillance and gender / Hille Koskela -- b. information state: An historical perspective on surveillance / Toni Weller -- c. "Needs" for surveillance and the movement to protect privacy / James B. Rule -- d. Race and surveillance / Simone Browne -- Section 1.3 Cultures of surveillance -- a. Performing surveillance / John McGrath -- b. Ubiquitous surveillance / Mark Andrejevic -- c. Surveillance in literature, film and television / Dietmar Kammerer -- d. Surveillance work(ers) / Gavin J.D. Smith -- pt. II Surveillance as sorting -- Introduction: Surveillance as sorting -- Section 2.1 Surveillance techniques -- a. Statistical surveillance: Remote sensing in the digital age / Oscar H. Gandy, Jr -- b. Advertising's new surveillance ecosystem / Nora Draper -- c. New technologies, security and surveillance / Daniel Neyland -- Section 2.2 Social divisions of surveillance -- a. Colonialism and surveillance / Ahmad H. Sa'di -- b. Identity, surveillance and modernity: Sorting out who's who / Richard Jenkins -- c. surveillance-industrial complex / Ben Hayes -- d. body as data in the age of information / Irma van der Ploeg -- pt. III Surveillance contexts -- Introduction: Contexts of surveillance -- Section 3.1 Population control -- a. Borders, identification and surveillance: New regimes of border control / Peter Adey -- b. Urban spaces of surveillance / Jon Coaffee -- c. Seeing population: Census and surveillance by numbers / Evelyn Ruppert -- d. Surveillance and non-humans / Andrew Donaldson -- e. rise of the surveillance school / Emmeline Taylor -- Section 3.2 Crime and policing -- a. Surveillance, crime and the police / Kevin D. Haggerty -- b. Crime, surveillance and the media / Michael McCahill -- c. success of failure: Accounting for the global growth of CCTV / Clive Norris -- d. Surveillance and urban violence in Latin America: Mega-cities, social division, security and surveillance / Nelson Arteaga Botello -- Section 3.3 Security, intelligence, war -- a. Military surveillance / Dean Wilson -- b. Security, surveillance and democracy / Didier Bigo -- c. Surveillance and terrorism / Torin Monahan -- d. globalization of homeland security / Kelly Gates -- Section 3.4 Production, consumption, administration -- a. Organization, employees and surveillance / Graham Sewell -- b. Public administration as surveillance / R. Webster -- c. Consumer surveillance: Context, perspectives and concerns in the personal information economy / Jason Pridmore -- Section 3.5 Digital spaces of surveillance -- a. Globalization and surveillance / David Murakami Wood -- b. Surveillance and participation on Web 2.0 / Fernanda Bruno -- c. Hide and seek: Surveillance of young people on the internet / Valerie Steeves -- pt. IV Limiting surveillance -- Introduction: Limiting surveillance -- Section 4.1 Ethics, law and policy -- a. surveillance of care: Evaluating surveillance ethically / Eric Stoddart -- b. Regulating surveillance: The importance of principles / Charles D. Raab -- c. Privacy, identity and anonymity / Jennifer barrigar -- Section 4.2 Regulation and resistance -- a. Regulating surveillance technologies: Institutional arrangements / Priscilla M. Regan -- b. Everyday resistance / Torin Monahan -- c. Privacy advocates, privacy advocacy and the surveillance society / Colin J. Bennett -- d. politics of surveillance: Civil liberties, human rights and ethics / Yasmeen Abu-Laban. 462gdominiq Ball, Linden J, and Valerie A. Thompson. 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Scopic Privilege and Appropriation Circulation of the Archaeological Story Cesnola and Squier in Print Set in Stone: Cesnola in Cyprus Temples, Tombs and Temptations Family Photographs Appraisal and Accusation Metrics and Meaning: Squier in South America Sizing-up Tiwanaku Photographing Tiwanaku Cuzco Bones 3. Stratigraphy Diagrammatic Picturing Anatomy Time, Embodiment and the Subsurface Augustus Pitt Rivers and "Cranborne" Culture and the Cross-section Mortimer Wheeler and the Aesthetics of Excavation Exhumation Harris Matrix and the Rope of Time Surface and Assemblage 4. Imagination and the Ruin Tatiana's Chair Paper Ruins Traveling Glyphs Stela 14 Edgewalking Bodega at Palenque Thought Sketches 5. Aerial Archaeology and its Haunting The Aerial Domain Flight Militant Flight Archaeological Osbert Crawford and Ghosts of Old England Stonehenge Avenue Celtic Fields Evocation Advocacy Ghosts of Old Yucatan The Lindbergh-Carnegie Survey The University of Pennsylvania Survey 6. 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The Routledge Companion to Epistemology. London: Routledge, 2014. Contents: Introduction Sven Bernecker and Duncan Pritchard Part 1: Foundational Concepts 1. Truth, Michael P. Lynch, 2. Belief, Eric Schwitzgebel 3. Epistemic Justification, Jonathan L. Kvanvig 4. Epistemic Rationality, Richard Foley 5. Epistemic Norms, Pascal Engel 6. Evidence, Timothy McGrew 7. Disagreement, Bryan Frances 8. Epistemic Relativism, Paul Boghossian 9. Understanding, Stephen R. Grimm 10. Wisdom, Dennis Whitcomb Part 2: The Analysis of Knowledge 11. The Basing Relation, Ram Neta 12. The Gettier Problem, Stephen Hetherington 13. Fallibilism, Trent Dougherty 14. Externalism/Internalism, Hamid Vahid, 15. Defeasibility Theory, Thomas Gundmann 16. Evidentialism, Daniel M. Mittag 17. Reliabilism, Juan Comesana 18. Modal and Anti-Luck Epistemology, Tim Black 19. Virtue Epistemology, Jonathan L. Kvanvig 20. Knowledge First, Timothy Williamson 21. The Value Problem, John Greco Part 3: The Structure of Knowledge 22. Foundationalism, Michael DePaul 23. Infinitism, Peter D. Klein 24. Coherentism, Erik J. Olsson Part 4: Kinds of Knowledge 25. Inductive Knowledge, Alexander Bird 26. A Priori Knowledge, Laurence BonJour 27. Perceptual Knowledge, David Sosa 28 Self-Knowledge, Sanford Goldberg 29. Testimonial Knowledge, Jennifer Lackey 30. Memory Knowledge, Sven Bernecker 31. Semantic Knowledge, Peter Ludlow 32. Scientific Knowledge, Peter Achinstein 33. Logical and Mathematical Knowledge, Otavio Bueno 34. Aesthetic Knowledge, Matthew Kieran 35. Moral Knowledge, Robert Audi 36. Religious Knowledge, Linda Zagzebski Part 5: Skepticism 37. Phyrrhonian Skepticism, Richard Bett 38. Cartesian Skepticism, Steven Luper 39. Skeptical Doubts About Self-Knowledge, Fred Dretske 40. Skepticism About Knowledge of Other Minds, Anita Avramides 41. Skepticism About Inductive Knowledge, Joe Morrison 42. Rule-Following Skepticism, Alexander Miller 43. Moral Skepticism, Geoffrey Sayre-McCord Part 6: Responses to Skepticism 44. Skepticism and Anti-Realism, Richard Schantz 45. Skepticism and Epistemic Externalism, Richard Fumerton 46. Skepticism and Semantic Externalism, Anthony Brueckner Part 7: Knowledge and Knowledge Attributions 47. Contrastivism, Adam Morton 48. Contextualism, Patrick Rysiew 49. Relativism and Knowledge Attributions, John MacFarlane 50. Epistemic Modals, Josh Dever 51. Pragmatic Encroachment, Jeremy Fantl and Matthew McGrath Part 8: Formal Epistemology 52. Logic and Formal Semantics for Epistemology, John Symons 53. Second-Order Knowledge, Christoph Kelp and Nikolaj J.L.L. Pedersen 54. Epistemic Closure, Peter Baumann 55. Bayesian Epistemology, Stephan Hartmann and Jan Sprenger 56. Theories of Belief Change, Andre Fuhrmann 57. The Knowability Paradox, Joe Salerno Part 9: The History of Epistemology 58. Plato, Timothy Chappell 59. Aristotle, Richard Patterson 60. Rene Descartes, Stephen Gaukroger 61. John Locke, E.J. Lowe 62. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Nicholas Jolley 63. George Berkeley, George Pappas 64. Thomas Reid, Ryan Nichols 65. David Hume, Helen Beebee 66. Immanuel Kant, Eckart Foerster 67. Bertrand Russell, William Demopoulos 68. Ludwig Wittgenstein, Marie McGinn 69. Rudolf Carnap, Thomas Uebel 70. Willard van Orman Quine, Richard Creath 71. John Langshaw Austin, Mark Kaplan Part 10: Metaepistemological Issues 72. Epistemology and the Role of Intuitions, William G. Lycan 73. Experimental Epistemology, Jonathan M. Weinberg 74. Naturalistic Epistemology, Klemens Kappel 75. Evolutionary Epistemology, Michael Bradie 76. Pragmatist Epistemology, Cheryl Misak 77. Social Epistemology, Martin Kusch 78. Feminist Epistemology, Alessandra Tanesini 809gdominiq Bernhardsson, Magnus. Reclaiming.a.Plundered.Past.Archaeology.and.Nation.Building.in.Modern.Iraq. Cambridge, MIT Press, 2006. 810gdominiq Berns, Ute and Michael Bradshaw. The Ashgate Research Companion to Thomas Lovell Beddoes. 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Newark, DE: U of Delaware P, 2004. RC Review 859gdominiq Bierman, Irene A. Writing Signs: The Fatimid Public Text. University of California Press, 1998. http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft1w100463/ 860gdominiq Biernacki, Richard, and Victoria E. Bonnell. Beyond the Cultural Turn: New Directions in the Study of Society and Culture. Berkeley, Calif: Univ. of California Press, 2008. 861gdominiq Biesen, Kees den Simple and Bold: Ephrem's Art of Symbolic Thought. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2006. 862gdominiq Bietak, Manfred, and Ernst Czerny. The Synchronisation of Civilisations in the Eastern Mediterranean in the Second Millennium B.c: Proceedings of the Sciem 2000-Euroconference, Haindorf, 2nd of May-7th of May 2001. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2003. 863gdominiq Biger, Gideon and Gilad Stern. Jewish Enclaves in a Palestinian State. INSS Insight No. 416, April 8, 2013 864gdominiq Bigg, Charles, and Thomas B. Strong. The Origins of Christianity. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1909. 865gdominiq Bignell, Jonathan. Introduction to Television Studies. London: Routledge, 2018. 866gdominiq Bigot, Juloux V, Amy R. Gansell, and Ludovico A. Di. Cyberresearch on the Ancient Near East and Neighboring Regions: Case Studies on Archaeological Data, Objects, Texts, and Digital Archiving. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2018. 867gdominiq Bijsterveld, Karin. Soundscapes of the Urban Past: Staged Sound As Mediated Cultural Heritage. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2014. 868gdominiq Bilal Al-Barghouthi, Bertil Cottier, Nicolas Masson, John McAndrew, Access to Information and Security Sector Governance. Tool 4. DCAF 2012. 869gdominiq Bilgrami, Akeel. Democratic Culture: Historical and Philosophical Essays. Series: Critical Interventions in Theory and Praxis. Routledge India, 2011. 870gdominiq Ashcroft, Bill, Pal Ahluwalia, Edward Said. Routledge, 2008. Why Said? Key Ideas 1. Worldliness: the text 2. Worldliness: the critic 3. Orientalism 4. Culture as imperialism 5. Palestine 6. Said’s Late Style After Said Further Reading 871gdominiq Bill Brown, Bill. A Sense of Things: The Object Matter of American Literature 872gdominiq Billone, Amy Christine. Little Songs: Women, Silence, and the Nineteenth-Century Sonnet. Ohio State University Press 873gdominiq Bilton, Chris. Creativity and Cultural Policy. London: Routledge, 2011. 874gdominiq BILU Manifesto (1882) https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Zionism/BILU_Manifesto.html 875gdominiq Bimfort, Martin T., "A Definition of Intelligence", Stud. Intel. V2:4-75-78 (Fall 1958) PDF[177KB*] 876gdominiq Bimmerle, George, "'Truth Drugs in Interrogation", Stud. Intel. V5:2-A1-A19 (Spring 1961)PDF [975KB*] 877gdominiq Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud. The Custodian Of The Two Holy Mosques At The Inauguration Of The World Conference On Dialogue Madrid 13-15/7/1429 HIJRA 16-18/7/2008 G.C. 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New Perspectives in Archeology. Chicago, IL: Aldine Publishing, 1908. 882gdominiq Bing, Peter, and Jon S. Bruss. Brill's Companion to Hellenistic Epigram: Down to Philip. Leiden: Brill, 2007. 883gdominiq Bingham, D J. The Routledge Companion to Early Christian Thought. London [England: Routledge, 2011. Christianity in the Graeco-Roman world : socio-political, philosophical, and religious interactions up to the Edict of Milan (CE 313) / George H. van Kooten -- Early Christianity and philosophy / Mark J. Edwards -- Greco-Roman understanding of Christianity / Paul Hartog -- Jews and Christians / Lynn H. Cohick -- Imitations in literature and life : Apocrypha and martyrdom / J.K. Elliott -- Ignatius and the Apostolic fathers / Clayton N. Jefford -- Justin and the apologists / Oskar Skarsaune -- Irenaeus of Lyons / D. Jeffrey Bingham -- Roman and North African Christianity / Geoffrey D. Dunn -- Clement and Alexandrian Christianity / Henny Fiskå Hägg -- Origen / Ronald E. Heine -- Gnosis and Nag Hammadi / Anne McGuire -- Schism and heresy : identity, cracks, and canyons in early Christianity / Pheme Perkins -- God / M.C. Steenberg -- Christ : the Apostolic Fathers to the third century / J.A. McGuckin -- Redemption / James D. Ernest -- Scripture / Peter W. Martens -- Community and worship / Everett Ferguson. 884gdominiq Binns, John and F.F. Bruce, Ascetics and Ambassadors of Christ, The Monasteries of Palestine 314-631. Oxford University Press. The Ethel M. Wood Lecture delivered before the University of London on 11 February 1974. The‘Secret’ Gospel of Mark 885gdominiq Bintliff, J L. A Companion to Archaeology. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, 2007. Introduction; 1 Analytical Archaeology; 2 The Great Dark Book: Archaeology, Experience, and Interpretation; 3 Archaeology and the Genetic Revolution; 4 Archaeology and Language: Methods and Issues; 5 The Archaeology of Gender; 6 Archaeology and Social Theory; 7 Materiality, Space, Time, and Outcome; 8 Archaeological Perspectives on Local Communities; 9 Archaeology and Technology; 10 Time, Structure, and Agency: The Annales, Emergent Complexity, and Archaeology; 11 Archaeological Dating; 12 Chronology and the Human Narrative. 886gdominiq Birch, Dinah. The.Oxford.Companion.to.English.Literature. New York: Oxford UP 2000. 887gdominiq Birkhead, Edith. The Tale of Terror: A Study of the Gothic Romance. London: Constable, 1921. 888gdominiq Bisharat, George E. Palestinian Lawyers and Israeli Rule: Law and Disorder in the West Bank. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2012. 889gdominiq Bishop, John. Believing by Faith: An Essay in the Epistemology and Ethics of Religious Belief. Oxford Scholarship Online, 2007. 890gdominiq Bishop, Michael and J. D. Trout. Epistemology and the Psychology of Human Judgment. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005. 891gdominiq Bishop, Paul, Ed... Jung In Context. London: Taylor & Francis e-Library, 2003. 892gdominiq Bisla, Sundeep. Wilkie Collins and Copyright: Artistic Ownership in the Age of the Borderless Word. Ohio State University Press 893gdominiq Biswas, Shampa. International Relations and States of Exception: Margins, Peripheries, and Excluded Bodies. London: Routledge, 2010. 894gdominiq Bitton, Bruria Askeloni and Arieh Kofsky, Christian Gaza In Late Antiquity, Brill, 2004. 895gdominiq Bitton-Ashkelony, Brouria, and Aryeh Kofsky. The Monastic School of Gaza. Leiden: Brill, 2006. 896gdominiq Bitton-Ashkelony, Bruria. Encountering the Sacred: The Debate on Christian Pilgrimage in Late Antiquity. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005. 897gdominiq Bizzell, Patricia. Academic Discourse and Critical Consciousness. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, c1992. The Ethos of Academic Discourse; Thomas Kuhn, Scientism, and English Studies; "Inherent" Ideology, "Universal" History, "Empirical" Evidence, and "Context-Free" Writing: Some Problems in E.D. Hirsch's The Philosophy of Composition; Cognition, Convention, and Certainty: What We need to Know About Writing; College Composition: Initiation Into the Academic Discourse Community;; Academic Discourse and Critical Consciousness: An Application of Paulo Freire 898gdominiq Björkman, Maria, Patrik Lundell, and Sven Widmalm. Intellectual Collaboration with the Third Reich: Treason or Reason?, 2019. Collaboration and normalization / Maria Björkman, Patrik Lundell & Sven Widmalm -- "Zwischenvölkisches Verstehen" : theory and practice of knowledge transfer between 1933 and 1945 / Andrea Albrecht, Lutz Danneberg and Alexandra Skowronski -- The art of Nazi international networking : The visual arts in the rhetoric and reality of Hitler's European New Order / Benjamin Martin -- Treason? What treason? German-foreign friendship societies and transnational relations between right-wing intellectuals during the Nazi period / Johannes Dafinger -- Some remarks on relations between Germany and Japan in the field of research 1933-1945 / Hans-Joachim Bieber -- Between competition, co-operation and collaboration : the International Committee of Historical Sciences, the International Historical Congresses and the German historiography, 1933-1945 / Matthias Berg -- The Academy of Sciences of Lisbon between science, international politics, and neutrality (1932-1945) / Fernando Clara -- Sympathy for the Devil? American support for German sciences after 1933 / Helke Rausch -- Hektor Ammanns völkisch idea of medieval economics and the place of Switzerland in Nazi-dominated Europe / Fabian Link -- An agent of indirect propaganda : normalizing Nazi Germany in the Swedish medical journal Svenska Läkartidningen 1933-1945 / Annika Berg -- Transnational encounters in science : knowledge exchanges and ideological entanglements between Portugal and Nazi Germany (1933-1945) / Cláudia Ninhos -- German foreign cultural policy and higher education in Brazil (1933-1942) / André Felipe Cândido da Silva -- The politics of "neutral" science : Swiss geneticists and their relations with Nazi Germany / Pascal Germann -- Contributing to the cultural "New Order" : how German intellectuals attributed a prominent place for the Spanish nation / Marició Janué I Miret -- Copenhagen revisited / Mark Walker -- On the structural conditions for scientific amorality / Susanne Heim. 899gdominiq Bjørnstad, Hall, Helge Jordheim, and Anne Régent-Susini. Universal History and the Making of the Global. , 2019. Introduction / Hall Bjørnstad, Helge Jordheim and Anne Régent-Susini -- On the history of universal history / Gérard Ferreyrolles -- Section I. Past : universality and histories. The unity of history in early modern Europe / Zachary Sayre Schiffman -- "Even fables will become history" : la popelinière and universal history at the end of the sixteenth century / Philippe Desan -- Experience, confusion and history in Bossuet's Discourse on universal history / John D. Lyons -- Tocqueville's Democracy in America and the end of history / Guillaume Ansart -- Section II. Present : time and visualization. Providential novelties : Werner Rolevinck's universal timelines / Patricia Clare Ingham -- Tattoos and time : visual ethnography and universal history in A briefe and true report of the new found land of Virginia (1590) / Tony Sandset -- Histoire de l'œil, œil de l'histoire : can we see universal history? : about Bossuet's Discourse on universal history / Anne Régent-Susini -- Making universal time : tools of synchronization / Helge Jordheim -- Section III. Future : pedagogy and politics. Between providence and foresight : Bossuet's Discourse on universal history / Hall Bjørnstad -- Commonplaces and simple truths : Ludvig Holberg's Synopsis historiæ universalis (1733) and the tradition of textbooks / Anne Eriksen -- Universal history and the lessons of the French Revolution in Friedrich Schiller / Johannes Türk -- Historicization and perpetuation of the French language : a laboratory of the universal / Hélène Merlin-Kajman. 900gdominiq Black, Elizabeth. Pragmatic Stylistics. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2010. 901gdominiq Black, Ian. "Review Article: The Origins of Israeli Intelligence." Intelligence and National Security 2, no. 4 (Oct. 1987): 151-156. 902gdominiq Black, J. David. The Politics of Enchantment: Romanticism, Media, and Cultural Studies. Waterloo, Ont.: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2002. 903gdominiq Black, Jane. Absolutism.in.Renaissance.Milan.Plenitude.of.Power.under.the.Visconti.and.the.Sforz .1329-1535. New York: Oxford UP (USA),.2009. 904gdominiq Blackburn, Simon, The Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy. Oxford University Press,1996. 905gdominiq Blackwell, Stephen H. the quill and the scalpel: nabokov’s art and the worlds of science. Ohio State University Press 906gdominiq Blades, John. John Keats. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002. 907gdominiq Blades, John. Wordsworth and Coleridge: Lyrical Ballads. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. 908gdominiq Blair, Elena. Plato's Dialectic on Woman: Equal, Therefore Inferior. Series: Routledge Monographs in Classical Studies. ..Routledge, 2012. 909gdominiq Blairis, William A. Civil War Prisons: A Study in War Psychology. Ohio State University Press 910gdominiq Blake, Barry J. Secret.Language.Codes.Tricks.Spies.Thieves.and.Symbols. New York: Oxford UP Apr.2010. 911gdominiq Blake, Emma and A B. Knapp. Archaeology of Mediterranean Prehistory, The. Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology. Blackwell Pub, 2005. CH36;1 Prehistory in the Mediterranean58; The Connecting and Corrupting Sea -- CH36;2 Substances in Motion58; Neolithic Mediterranean 8220;Trade8221; -- CH36;3 Agriculture44; Pastoralism44; and Mediterranean Landscapes in Prehistory -- CH36;4 Changing Social Relations in the Mediterranean Copper and Bronze Ages -- CH36;5 The Material Expression of Cult44; Ritual44; and Feasting -- CH36;6 The Gendered Sea58; Iconography44; Gender44; and Mediterranean Prehistory -- CH36;7 The Genesis of Monuments among the Mediterranean Islands -- CH36;8 Lithic Technologies and Use -- CH36;9 Archaeometallurgy in the Mediterranean58; The Social Context of Mining44; Technology44; and Trade -- CH36;10 Settlement in the Prehistoric Mediterranean -- CH36;11Maritime Commerce and Geographies of Mobility in the Late Bronze Age of the Eastern Mediterranean58; Problematizations -- CH36;12 Museum Archaeology and the Mediterranean Cultural Heritage -- 912gdominiq Blake, William. Portfolio of Thirteen Drawings for Paradise Lost. Commentary by Robert N. Essick and John T. Shawcross. San Francisco: Arion Press, 2004. 913gdominiq Blake, William. Songs of Experience. Brewster MA, 2002. 914gdominiq Blake, William. Visions of the Daughters of Albion. Ed. Robert Essick. San Marino CA: Huntington Library, 2002. 915gdominiq Blank, Trevor J. Folklore and the Internet: Vernacular Expression in a Digital World. Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 2009. 916gdominiq Blanton, Casey. Travel Writing: The Self and the World. New York: Routledge, 2002. 1Narrating Self and Other: A Historical Overview; Chapter 2"Vain Travelers": James Boswell and the Grand Tour; Chapter 3 Victorian Women Travelers: Mary Kingsley; Chapter 4The Modern Psychological Journey: Graham Greene; Chapter 5 Nature-Travel Writing: Peter Matthiessen; Chapter 6"Splenetic Travelers": V.S. Naipaul; Chapter 7"Lying Travelers": Bruce Chatwin; Chapter 8Envoi: Writings of Place and the Poetics of Displacement in the Works of Paul Theroux and Roland Barthes; Notes and References. Bibliographic EssayRecommended Titles; Index. 917gdominiq Blau, Judith R. The Blackwell Companion to Sociology. Malden, Mass: Blackwell Publishers, 2011. PART I REFERENCING GLOBALIZATION. 1 The Sociology of Space and Place / John Urry -- 2 Media and Communications / John Durham Peters -- 3 Modernity: One or Many? / Peter Wagner -- 4 Emerging Trends in Environmental Sociology / Frederick H. Buttel and August Gijswijt -- 5 Bringing in Codependence / Judith R. Blau -- PART II RELATIONSHIPS AND MEANING. 6 Civil Society: a Signifier of Plurality and Sense of Wholeness / Barbara A. Misztal -- 7 Human Rights / Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na'im -- 8 Sociology of Religion / Christian Smith and Robert D. Woodberry -- 9 Intimate Relationships / Raine Dozier and Pepper Schwartz -- 10 Immigrant Families and Their Children: Adaptation and Identity Formation / Carola Suiṛ́ez-Orozco -- PART III ECONOMIC INEQUALITIES. 11 On Inequality / Siddiqur Rahman Osmani -- 12 The Persistence of Poverty in a Changing World / Melvin L. Oliver and David M. Grant -- 13 Racial Economic Inequality in the USA / William A. Darity Jr and Samuel L. Myers Jr. -- 14 Rediscovering Rural America / Bonnie Thornton Dill. Part IV Science, Knowledge, and Ideas. 15 The Sociology of Science and the Revolution in Molecular Biology / Troy Duster -- 16 Structures of Knowledge / Richard E. Lee and Immanuel Wallerstein -- 17 The New Sociology of Ideas / Charles Camic and Neil Gross -- PART V POLITICS AND POLITICAL MOVEMENTS. 18 Political Sociology / Mike Savage -- 19 Why Social Movements Come into Being and Why People Join Them / Bert Klandermans -- 20 Social Movement Politics and Organization / Debra C. Minkoff -- Part VI Structures: Stratification, Networks, and Firms. 21 Occupations, Stratification, and Mobility / Donald J. Treiman -- 22 Social Networks / Bonnie Erickson -- 23 Networks and Organizations / David Knoke -- PART VII INDIVIDUALS AND THEIR WELL-BEING. 24 Social Inequality, Stress, and Health / Joseph E. Schwartz -- 25 Two Research Traditions in the Sociology of Education / Maureen T. Hallinan -- 26 Aging and Aging Policy in the USA / Madonna Harrington Meyer and Pamela Herd -- 27 Immigration and Ethnicity: the United States at the Dawn of the Twenty-first Century / Rubén G. Rumbaut -- 28 Social Psychology / Lynn Smith-Lovin -- PART VIII SOCIAL ACTION. 29 Immigrant Women and Paid Domestic Work: Research, Theory, and Activism / Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo -- 30 The Subject and Societal Movements / Alain Touraine -- 31 The Myth of the Labor Movement / Rick Fantasia -- 918gdominiq Blaut, James M. The National Question: Decolonizing the Theory of Nationalism. London: ZED Books, 1987. 919gdominiq Bleich, David. The Materiality of Language: Gender, Politics, and the University. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2013. 920gdominiq Bleiker, Roland. Popular Dissent, Human Agency and Global Politics. Cambridge Studies in International Relations. Cambridge University Press, 2000. 921gdominiq Blench, Roger, and Matthew Spriggs. Archaeology and Language. London: Routledge, 2002. Blight, James. Intelligence and the Cuban Missile Crisis. Routledge, 1998. [Studies in Intelligence, Series Editor: Richard Aldrich, Christopher Andrew] 922gdominiq 923gdominiq Blizek, William L. The Bloomsbury Companion to Religion and Film., 2013. PART I: The Study of Religion and Film 1. Religion and the Movies, William L. Blizek \ 2. Using Religion to Interpret Movies, William L. Blizek \ 3. Using Movies to Critique Religion, William L. Blizek \ 4. Religion, Ethics, and Film, Alyda Faber \ 5. Theology and Film, by Clive Marsh \ 6. Retelling of Religious Stories, William L. Blizek and Julien Fielding \ 7. Religion, Film, and Film Theory, Greg Watkins \ 8. Religion and World Cinema, S. Brent Plate \ 9. Religion, Film, and Cultural Studies, Melanie Wright \ 10. Women, Religion, and Film, Irena Makarushka \ PART II: Religions and Film 11. Christian Movies, Terry Lindvall \ 12. Catholic Movies, Peter Malone \13. Buddhist Movies, Michele Desmarais \ 14. Hindu Movies, Michele Desmarais and Birud Sindhav \ 15. Judaism and Jewish Identity in Film, Allison Smith \ 16. Muslim Movies, Rubina Ramji \ 17. Indigenous Religions and Movies, Julien Fielding \ 18. Religion, Spirituality, and the Movies, Wendy M. Wright \ PART III: Religious Themes in Movies \ 19. Jesus Movies, Adele Reinhartz \ 20. Bible Movies, Richard G. Walsh \ 21. Holocaust Movies, Guy Matalon \ 22. Redemption and Film, Julien Fielding \ 23. The After Life in Movies, Kelly Wyman \ 24. Images of God in the Movies, Christian Haunton \ 25. The Savior Figure in Film, Matthew Mcever \ 26. Karma and Film, Michele Desmarais \ 27. The End of Days, Conrad Ostwalt \ 28. Satan in the Movies, Kelly Wyman \ 29. Evil on Film, Bryan Stone \ 924gdominiq Blizek, William L. The Continuum Companion to Religion and Film. London: Continuum, 2009. 925gdominiq Bloch, Marc. The Historian's Craft. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1954. [http://www.alanmacfarlane.com/TEXTS/Bloch_craft.pdf] 926gdominiq Bloch, R. Howard Misogyny, Misandry, and Misanthropy. University of California Press, 1989 927gdominiq Blockley, Marion R. Heritage Interpretation. London: Routledge, 2006. 928gdominiq Bloemendal, Jan, and Nigel Smith. Politics and Aesthetics in European Baroque and Classicist Tragedy. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2016. Introduction / Jan Bloemendal and Nigel Smith -- PART 1: Sovereignty. What Roman paradigm for the Dutch Republic? Baroque tragedies and ambiguities concerning Dominium and torture / Frans-Willem Korsten -- Grotius among the dagonists: Joost van den Vondel's Samson, of heilige wraeck, revenge and the Ius gentium / Russ Leo -- Performing the medieval past: Vondel's Gysbreght van Aemstel / Freya Sierhuis -- PART 2: Religion. Political martyrdom at the English College in Rome / Howard B. Norland -- Historical tragedy and the end of Christian humanism: Nicolaus Vernulaeus (1583-1649) / James A. Parente, Jr - The baroque tragedy of the Roman Jesuits: Flavia and beyond / Blair Hoxby – PART 3: Ethics. Mortal knowledge: akrasia in English Renaissance tragedy / Emily Vasiliauskas -- 929gdominiq Blok, Anders and Torben Elgaard Jensen. Bruno Latour. Hybrid Thoughts in a Hybrid World. Routledge, 2012. 930gdominiq Blok, Anders, Torben Elgaard Jensen. Bruno Latour: Hybrid Thoughts in a Hybrid World. Series: Key Sociologists. London: Routledge, 2012. 931gdominiq Blommaert, Jan. Critical Discourse Analysis. Annu. Rev. Anthropol. 2000. 29:447–66. 932gdominiq Blood, Susan. Baudelaire and the Aesthetics of Bad Faith (Stanford, CA: Stanford University, 1997). 933gdominiq Bloom, Clive. Literature, Politics, and Intellectual Crisis in Britain Today. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave, 2001. Something in the Air: Culture and Politics Now -- Introduction: Resistible Culture -- Just the Way it is -- And our Friends are all Aboard: Literary Culture -- 1910 was a Good Year: Connoisseurs and Book Lists -- Eyes on the Prize: Booker and the Orange People; Joan Collins in Court -- Under Dreaming Spires: The Academic World -- The Nature of the University at the Present Time -- Canned Heat: Resistance -- The Sixties in your Head: An Aborted Experiment? -- The Role of the Intellectual at the Turn of the Century -- The Abyss of History and the Nature of the Fantastic -- Children of Albion: Dr Leavis amongst the Dongas Tribe. 934gdominiq Bloom, ed. Romanticism and Consciousness: Essays in Criticism. NY: Norton, 1970. W. W. Norton & Company, 1970. 935gdominiq Bloom, Harold and Lionel Trilling, Eds. Romantic Poetry and Prose Oxford Anthology of English Literature Vol. II) (New York, 1973) University of Chicago Press, 1985. 936gdominiq Bloom, Harold and Trilling, Lionel (eds.), Romantic Poetry and Prose Oxford Anthology of English Literature vol. II) (New York, 1973) University Of Chicago Press, 1985. 937gdominiq Bloom, Harold Bloom’s Guides: The Bell Jar. New York: Infobase, 2009. 938gdominiq Bloom, Harold, ed. Bloom’s Classic Critical Views: Oscar Wilde. New Haven: Yale UP, 2008. 939gdominiq Bloom, Harold, Ed. Bloom’s Literary Themes: The Sublime. New York: Infobase, 2010. 940gdominiq Bloom, Harold, ed. Bloom’s Major Poets: Sylvia Plath. Chelsea House, 2001. 941gdominiq Bloom, Harold, ed. Bloom’s Modern Critical Interpretation: Franz Kafka’sThe Metamorphosis. New York: Infobase, 2008. 942gdominiq Bloom, Harold, ed. Bloom’s Modern Critical Interpretation: Gabriel García Márquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera. 943gdominiq Bloom, Harold, ed. Bloom’s Modern Critical Interpretations: Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter. New York: Infobase, 2007. 944gdominiq Bloom, Harold, ed. Elizabethan Drama. New York: Infobase Publishing, 2004. 945gdominiq Bloom, Harold, ed. English Romantic Poetry. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2004. 946gdominiq Bloom, Harold, ed. Greek Drama. Chelsea, 2004. 947gdominiq Bloom, Harold, ed. John Keats. Broomall, PA: Chelsea House Publishers, 2001. 948gdominiq Bloom, Harold, ed. Percy Bysshe Shelley: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide. Broomall, PA: Chelsea House Publishers, 2001. 949gdominiq Bloom, Harold, Ed.Bloom’s Period Studies: The Victorian Novel. New York: Infobase Publishing, 2006. 950gdominiq Bloom, Harold, Jacques Derrida, Geoffrey H. Hartman and J. Hillis Miller. Deconstruction and Criticism. London: Routledge, 1979. 951gdominiq Bloom, Harold. Antithetical Criticism: An Introduction. Diacritics, Vol. 1, No. 2 (Winter, 1971), pp. 39-46 952gdominiq Bloom, Harold. Modern Critical Interpretations of Arthur Koestler’s Darkness at Noon. New York: Chelsea, 2004. 953gdominiq Bloom, Harold. Antithetical Criticism: An Introduction. Diacritics, Vol. 1, No. 2 (Winter, 1971), pp. 39-46. 954gdominiq Bloom, Harold. Bloom’s Literary Themes: Alienation. New York: Infobase, 2009. 955gdominiq Bloom, Harold. Bloom’s Modern Critical Interpretations: Arthur Koestler’s Darkness at Noon. New York: Chelsea, 2004. 956gdominiq Bloom, Harold. Bloom’s Modern Critical Interpretations: Willa Cather’s My Ántonia. Infobase Publishing, 2008. 957gdominiq Bloom, Harold. Bloom’s Modern Critical Views, Langston Hughes. New York: Infobase Publishing, 2008. 958gdominiq Bloom, Harold. Bloom’s Modern Critical Views: Aldous Huxley. New York: Infobase 2010 959gdominiq Bloom, Harold. Contemporary Poets. New York: Infobase, 2010. 960gdominiq Bloom, Harold. English Romantic Poetry. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2004. The Makings of a Music: Reflections on Wordsworth and Yeats / Seamus Heaney -- The Poetics of Prophecy / Geoffrey Hartman -- Truth the Best Music: The Ode on a Grecian Urn / Helen Hennessy Vendler -- English Romanticism: the Grounds of Belief / John Clubbe and Ernest J. Lovell, Jr. -- Phases of English Romanticism / Jerome J. McGann -- Rhyme and the Arbitrariness of Language / William Keach -- The Narrator as Satiric Device in Don Juan / Frederick L. Beaty -- Form and Freedom in European Romantic Poetry / Stuart Curran -- "We Must Away": Tragedy and the Imagination in Coleridge's Later Poems / John L. Mahoney -- Involute and Symbol in the Romantic Imagination / Thomas McFarland -- The Imaginative Vision of Kubla Khan: On Coleridge's Introductory Note / David Perkins -- Time and History in Wordsworth / Paul de Man -- Byron and Shelley / Stephen Gurney -- Keats's Poems: The Material Dimensions / M.H. Abrams -- The Religion of Empire: Blake's Rehab in Its Biblical Contexts / G.A. Rosso. 961gdominiq Bloom, Harold. English Romantic Poets. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2004. Shelley and the Celebration of Power / Paul H. Fry -- The Makings of a Music: Reflections on Wordsworth and Yeats / Seamus Heaney -- The Poetics of Prophecy / Geoffrey Hartman -- Truth the Best Music: The Ode on a Grecian Urn / Helen Hennessy Vendler -- English Romanticism: the Grounds of Belief / John Clubbe and Ernest J. Lovell, Jr. -- Phases of English Romanticism / Jerome J. McGann -- Rhyme and the Arbitrariness of Language / William Keach -- The Narrator as Satiric Device in Don Juan / Frederick L. Beaty -- Form and Freedom in European Romantic Poetry / Stuart Curran -- "We Must Away": Tragedy and the Imagination in Coleridge's Later Poems / John L. 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Crusader Archaeology: The Material Culture of the Latin East. , 2017. 1 Background: the Crusades and OutremerGeography and climateThe native populationThe Frankish settlersThe ItaliansFrankish administration and institutionsThe ChurchThe military orders 2 The city and urban lifeMajor citiesCoastal townsInland towns3 The rural landscapeLand ownership and the rural population in the kingdom of JerusalemTaxes and tithesMonopoliesThe structure of the native casalia and the status of the local peasantsThe Frankish villani and the planned villagesIllustrations Manor houses and farmhousesAgriculture and rural industry4 The defence of the Latin EastTypology of the Crusader castleHow the Franks built their castlesSiege warfare5 Frankish ecclesiastical architectureIntroductionTypology6 Frankish domestic architectureIntroductionTypology7 Crafts and minor artsCeramicsGlassMetalworkStone vessels and objectsInscriptions and heraldryWoodGamesArms and armourGreek fireTextilesLeather workingIvory carvingsObjects of bone and mother-of-pearlCrusader coinsCrusader seals8 The fine artsFigurative sculptureNon-figurative ornamentationWall painting MosaicsManuscript illuminationIcons9 Building techniques and materialsMortar and plasterWoodStoneConstruction10 MedicineIllness and injuryHospitals and medical treatment 11 BurialsBurial customsAnthropological researchCemeteriesTombs 982gdominiq Boase-Beier, Jean. 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[http://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:ec51cb02-f7bf-401b-9fbf-4a6a4bd59fa6] Introduction: Terror and the Postcolonial 1Elleke Boehmer and Stephen Morton Part I Theories of Colonial and Postcolonial Terror 25 1 The Colony: Its Guilty Secret and Its Accursed Share 27Achille Mbembe 2 Vanishing Points: Law, Violence, and Exception in the Global War Prison 55Derek Gregory 3 The White Fear Factor 99Vron Ware 4 Sacrificial Militancy and the Wars around Terror 113Alex Houen 5 Postcolonial Writing and Terror 141Elleke Boehmer Part II Histories of Post/colonial Terror 151 6 Revolutionary Terrorism in British Bengal 153Peter Heehs 7 Excavating Histories of Terror: Thugs, Sovereignty, and the Colonial Sublime 177Alex Tickell 8 Terrorism, Literature, and Sedition in Colonial India 202Stephen Morton 9 Israel in the US Empire 226Bashir Abu-Manneh 10 The Poetics of State Terror in Twenty-first-century Zimbabwe 254Ranka Primorac 11 The Mediation of "Terror": Authority, Journalism, and the Stockwell Shooting 273Stuart Price Part III Genres of Terror 305 12 Terror Effects 307Robert J. C. Young 13 "Gendering" Terror: Representations of the Female "Freedom Fighter" in Contemporary Sri Lankan Literature and Cultural Production 329Neluka Silva 14 Terror, Spectacle, and the Secular State in Bombay Cinema 345Sujala Singh 15 "The age of reason was over . . . an age of fury was dawning": Contemporary Fiction and Terror 361Robert Eaglestone 16 Bodies of Terror: Performer and Witness 370Emma Brodzinski Index 381 991gdominiq Boehmer, Elleke and Stephen Morton, “Introduction: Terror and the Postcolonial,” in Boehmer, Elleke, and Stephen Morton (eds.). Terror and the Postcolonial: A Concise Companion. Malden, MA: Wiley- Blackwell, 2010 : 1-24. 992gdominiq Boehmer, Elleke, and Stephen Morton. Terror and the Postcolonial: A Concise Companion. Malden, Mass: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013. Introduction: Terror and the Postcolonial / Elleke Boehmer and Stephen Morton -- Part I Theories of Colonial and Postcolonial Terror. 1 The Colony: Its Guilty Secret and Its Accursed Share / Achille Mbembe -- 2 Vanishing Points: Law, Violence, and Exception in the Global War Prison / Derek Gregory -- 3 The White Fear Factor / Vron Ware -- 4 Sacrificial Militancy and the Wars around Terror / Alex Houen -- 5 Postcolonial Writing and Terror / Elleke Boehmer. Part II Histories of Post/colonial Terror. 6 Revolutionary Terrorism in British Bengal / Peter Heehs -- 7 Excavating Histories of Terror: Thugs, Sovereignty, and the Colonial Sublime / Alex Tickell -- 8 Terrorism, Literature, and Sedition in Colonial India / Stephen Morton -- 9 Israel in the US Empire / Bashir Abu-Manneh -- 10 The Poetics of State Terror in Twenty-first-century Zimbabwe / Ranka Primorac -- 11 The Mediation of "Terror": Authority, Journalism, and the Stockwell Shooting / Stuart Price. 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Introduction; Creation; Adam and Eve; Cain and Abel; Idrīs; Hārut and Mārut; Noah; Hud; Sālih; Abraham; Lot; Joseph; Moses, son of Manasseh; Iram of the Pillars; The People of al-Rass; Job; Dhu l-Kifl; Shu'ayb; Moses; Korah; Al-Khidr; Moses; Balaam, son of Beor; Ezekiel; Elijah; Elisha; Dhu l-Kifl (II); Eli and Samuel; Saul; The Story of David and Goliath; David; David and Solomon; Those who possess the Sabbath; The Story of the Phoenix; The Tale of the Dome; Bilqīs the Queen of Sheba, and the Hoopoe; Isaiah, Jeremiah, Daniel, and Ezra; Isaiah; Jeremiah; Daniel; Ezra. Luqmān the WiseBuluqiyā; Dhu l-Qarnayn; Zachariah, John, Mary and Jesus; Jonah, son of Amittai; The People of the Cave (The Seven Sleepers of Ephesus); The Story of Jirjīs (Saint George); The Story of Samson the Prophet; The People of the Trench (The Martyrs of Najrān); The People of the Elephant 1197gdominiq Bristol, Michael D. Manuscript, and Performance: The Changing Relations of the Media in Early Modern England. 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From Ephrem to Romanos: Interactiones between Syriac and Greek in Late Antiquity. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999. 1224gdominiq Broderick, Mick and Antonio Traverso. Interrogating Trauma: Collective Suffering in Global Arts and Media. London: Routledge, 2013. 1225gdominiq Brodie, Jane Farrell High Anxieties: Cultural Studies in Addiction. University of California Press, 2002 1226gdominiq Brodie, N.J., M.M. Kersel, C. Luke, and K. Walker Tubb, Eds. Archaeology, Cultural Heritage, and the Antiquities Trade. University Press of Florida, 2006. 1227gdominiq Broglio, Ron. Digital Designs on Blake. , 2005. Living inside the poem: MOOs and Blake's Milton / Ron Broglio -- 'If the acts have been perform'd let the Bard himself witness' : William Blake's Milton and MOO space / David M. 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Cambridge, Massachusetts The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press 2014. Bronner, Eric and Stephen.Critical Theory A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press, 2001. 1240gdominiq 1241gdominiq Bronner, Stephen E. Critical Theory: A Very Short Introduction. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017. 1242gdominiq Bronner, Stephen Eric and Douglas M. Kellner, Eds. Critical Theory and Society. London: Routledge, 1989. http://www.scribd.com/doc/54401858/Critical-Theory-Society 1243gdominiq Bronowski, J and Bruce Mazlish. The Western Intellectual Tradition from Leonardo to Hegel. New York: Harper, 1960. 1244gdominiq Bronwen, Martin and Felizitas Ringham. Dictionary of Semiotics. London: Cassell, 2000. 1245gdominiq Brooker, Peter A Glossary of Cultural Theory. Oxford University Press, 2003 1246gdominiq Brooke-Rose, Christine. Invisible Author: Last Essays. Ohio State University Press 1247gdominiq Brookes, N. Christine. 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The purpose of the collection is not to provide a single perspective adopted by Romantic authors, any more than it is to provide a single theoretical perspective with which to view those authors. Instead, the essays collectively convey a sense that Romantic writers viewed systems with a distinctive mixture of skepticism, anxiety, and enthusiasm. Percy Shelley and the Delimitation of the Gothic | November 2015 1253gdominiq Brosch, Renate, and Rebecca Pohl. Victorian Visual Culture. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2008. 1254gdominiq Broshi, Magen. Religion, Ideology, and Politics and Their Impact on Palestinian Archaeology. Jerusalem: Israel Museum, 1987. 1255gdominiq Brosio, Richard. Ball State Monograph Number Twenty-Nine, The Frankfurt School: An Analysis of the Contradictions and Crises of Liberal Capitalist Societies. 1256gdominiq Brossard, Claire, and Barnard Reber. Digital Cognitive Technologies: Epistemology and Knowledge Society. Hoboken: Wiley, 2013. 1257gdominiq Brower, Daniel R The Russian city between tradition and modernity, 1850-1900. University of California Press, 1990 1258gdominiq Browitt, Jeff, and Brian Nelson. Practising Theory: Pierre Bourdieu and the Field of Cultural Production. , 2004. 1259gdominiq Brown, Bill. A Sense of Things: The Object Matter of American Literature. Chicago, Ill: Univ. of Chicago Press, 2007. 1260gdominiq Brown, Brian A, and Marian H. Feldman. Critical Approaches to Ancient Near Eastern Art. Boston: De Gruyter, 2014. 1261gdominiq Brown, David S. Richard Hofstadter: An Intellectual Biography. Chicago University of Chicago Press, 2014. 1262gdominiq Brown, David. Discipleship and Imagination: Christian Tradition and Truth. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2000. 1263gdominiq Brown, Harold I., Conceptual Systems. London: Routledge, 2007. 1264gdominiq Brown, Jane K. Faust: Theatre of the World Twayne Publishers, 1992. 1265gdominiq Brown, Jonathan C. (Jonathan Charles) Oil and revolution in Mexico. University of California Press, 1993 1266gdominiq Brown, Michael. A Political Biography of John Toland. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2016. 1267gdominiq Brown, Norman. Are Palestinians Building a State? Carnegie Commentary, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, June. Available at: http://carnegieendowment. org/files/palestinian_state1.pdf [Last accessed 28 June 2010]. 1268gdominiq Brown, Peter R. L. The Body and Society: Men, Women, and Sexual Renunciation in Early Christianity. New York: Columbia University Press, 1988. Jacoby, David. Byzantium, Latin Romania and the Mediterranean. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2001. 1269gdominiq Brown, Peter, Ed. A Companion to Medieval English Literatre and Culture C.1350–C.1500. London: Blackwell, 2007. 1270gdominiq Brown, Peter. Society and the Holy in Late Antiquity. 1999.Howard, James and Paul Antony Hayward. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999. 1271gdominiq Brown, Ron. The art of suicide. London: Reaktion, 2001.[http://www.amazon.com/Art-Suicide-Reaktion-Books-Picturing/dp/1861891059/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1384470469&sr=1- 1&keywords=Brown%2C+Ron.+The+art+of+suicide.] 1272gdominiq Brown, Stewart J. and Timothy Tackett, The Cambridge History of Christianity Volume 7, Enlightenment, Reawakening and Revolution 1660–1815. Published online: 28 March 2008 https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521816052 1273gdominiq Brown, Stewart J. Thomas Chalmers and the Godly Commonwealth in Scotland. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 1982. 1274gdominiq Brown, Institutions of the English Novel: From Defoe to Scott. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1998 1275gdominiq Brown, The Persistence of Allegory: Drama and Neoclassicism from Shakespeare to Wagner hc 2006, eb Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011 1276gdominiq Brown, The Pilgrim and the Bee: Reading Rituals and Book Culture in Early New England hc Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007 1277gdominiq Brown, The Queen's Library: Image-Making at the Court of Anne of Brittany, 1477-1514 hc 2010, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, eb 2011 1278gdominiq Browne, William G. Travels in Africa, Egypt and Syria, from the Year 1792 to 1798 by W.g. Brown. London: Printed for T. Cadell junior and W. Davies, Strand, 1799. 1279gdominiq Browner, Profound Science and Elegant Literature: Imagining Doctors in Nineteenth-Century America hc 2004, eb Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011 1280gdominiq Brown-Guillory, Elizabeth. Middle Passages and the Healing Place of History: Migration and Identity in Black Women’s Literature. Ohio State University Press 1281gdominiq Browning, Christopher S. The Future of Critical Security Studies: CSS, Ethics and Pathways for Future Research. Paper presented at the SGIR 7th Pan-European International Relations Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, 9-11 September 2010. 1282gdominiq Browning, M. Don S. and Christian. Green, et al, eds.eds. Marriage, and Family in World Religions. New \York: Columbia UP, 2006. 1283gdominiq Brubaker, Leslie, and John F. Haldon. Byzantium in the Iconoclast Era C. 680-850: A History. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. 1284gdominiq Bruce, F.F. The ‘Secret’ Gospel of Mark. The Ethel M. Wood Lecture delivered before theUniversity of London on 11 February 1974. London: The Athlone Press, 1974. 1285gdominiq Bruce, James B. and Roger Z. George. "Intelligence Analysis: The Emergence of a Discipline." Georgetown University Press (2008). 1286gdominiq Bruce, Steve. Sociology: A Very Short Introduction, 2018. 1287gdominiq Bruchac, Margaret M, Siobhan M. Hart, and Hans M. Wobst. Indigenous Archaeologies: A Reader on Decolonization. Walnut Creek, Calif: Left Coast Press, 2010. Section I Decolonizing globally : Indigenous archaeologies : a worldwide perspective on human materialities and human rights / H. Martin Wobst -- Section II Indigeneity : A new global phenomenon? / Ronald Niezen -- This is not an answer to the question "Who is indigenous?" / Alejandro F. Haber -- Beyond black and white : essentialism, hybridity, and indigeneity / Yin C. Paradies -- Section III Philosophical, theoretical, and historical underpinnings : Colonizing knowledges / Linda Tuhiwai Smith -- Indigenous worldviews and ways of knowing as theoretical and methodological foundations behind archaeological theory and method / Heather Harris -- Remythologizing the relationship between Indians and archaeologists / Larry J. Zimmerman -- Power to the (indigenous) past and present! Or : the theory and method behind archaeological theory and method / H. Martin Wobst -- Indigenous archaeology as decolonizing / Ian Lilley -- Dwelling at the margins, action at the intersection? Feminist and indigenous archaeologies, 2005 / Margaret W. Conkey -- Copyrighting the past? Emerging intellectual property rights issues in archaeology / George P. Nicholas, Kelly P. Bannister -- In the spirit of the code / Claire Smith, Heather Burke -- Section IV Oceania : Decolonizing indigenous archaeology : developments from down under / Claire Smith, Gary Jackson -- Nukun and Kungun Ngarrindjeri Ruwe (Look and listen to Ngarrindjeri Country) : an investigation of Ngarrindjeri perspectives of archaeology in relation to native title and heritage matters / Amy Roberts, Steve Hemming, Tom Trevorrow, George Trevorrow, Matthew Rigney, Grant Rigney, Lawrie Agius, Rhonda Agius -- Wāhi ngaro (The lost portion) : strengthening relationships between people and wetlands in North Taranaki, New Zealand / Harry Allen, Dilys Johns, Caroline Phillips, Kelvin Day, Tipene O'Brien, Ngāti Mutunga - - Indigenous research and archaeology : transformative practices in/with/for the Ngarrindjeri community / Christopher L. Wilson -- Section V North America : Beyond the margin : American Indians, first nations, and archaeology in North America / Joe E. Watkins -- Paleo is not our word : protecting and growing a Mi'kmaw place / Donald M. Julien, Tim Bernard, Leah Morine Rosenmeier, with review by the Mi'kmawey Debert Elders' Advisory Council -- Caribou crossings and cultural meanings : placing traditional knowledge and archaeology in context in an Inuit landscape / Andrew M. Stewart, Darren Keith, Joan Scottie -- Confronting colonialism : the Mahican and Schaghticoke peoples and us / Russell G. Handsman, Trudie Lamb Richmond -- Working on pasts for futures : Eastern Pequot Field School archaeology in Connecticut / Stephen M. Silliman, Katherine H. Sebastian Dring -- Decolonizing the archaeological landscape : the practice and politics of archaeology in British Columbia / George P. Nicholas -- Developing an aboriginal archaeology : receiving gifts from White Buffalo Calf Woman / Tara Million -- Building a bridge to cross a thousand years / Dorothy Lippert -- Navajo archaeologists is not an oxymoron : a tribal archaeologist's experience / Davina Two Bears. Section VI Mesoamerica and South America : Maya archaeology and the political and cultural identity of contemporary Maya in Guatemala / Avexnim Cojti Ren -- México / Randall H. McGuire -- Archaeology, landscapes, and dreams : science, sacred offerings, and the practice of archaeology / Kevin Lane, Alexander Herrera -- History and its discontents : stone statues, native histories, and archaeologists / Cristóbal Gnecco, Carolina Hernández -- Reframing social equality within an intercultural archaeology / Alejandro F. Haber -- Indigenous knowledge and archaeological science : the challenges of public archaeology in the Reserve Uaçá / Lesley Fordred Green, David R. Green, Eduardo Góes Neves -- Section VII Africa : Situational ethics and engaged practice : the case of archaeology in Africa / Martin Hall -- Using archaeology to remake history in Africa / Peter R. Schmidt -- Another world : archaeology and intellectual property / Sven Ouzman -- The roles of applied and development anthropology and archaeology among the San of Botswana / Robert K. Hitchcock -- Indigenous perception of cultural heritage and its management : a cursory blueprint among the Senufo in the Sikasso region of Mali / Sekou Berte -- Transforming archaeology through practice : strategies for collaborative archaeology and the community archaeology project at Quseir, Egypt / Stephanie Moser, Darren Glazier, James E. Phillips, Lamya Nasser el Nemr, Mohammed Saleh Mousa, Rascha Nasr Aiesh, Susan Richardson, Andrew Conner, Michael Seymour -- Public archaeology and indigenous communities / Mike Parker Pearson, Ramilisonina -- Section VIII Asia : The archaeology of the disenfranchised / Sandra A. Scham -- Multivocality, multifaceted voices, and Korean archaeology / Minkoo Kim -- Decolonizing methodologies as strategies of practice : operationalizing the postcolonial critique in the archaeology of Rajasthan / Uzma Z. Rizvi -- Whose archaeology? Decolonizing archaeological perspective in Hokkaido Island / Hirofumi Kato -- Section IX Europe : Written off the map : cleared landscapes of medieval Ireland / Angèle Smith -- Colonial constructs : colonialism and archaeology in the Mediterranean / Peter van Dommelen -- Public archaeology and indigenous communities / Mike Parker Pearson, Ramilisonina -- Time and landscape / Barbara Bender -- Indigenous journeys : Splinterville, Drenthe, Amherst / Margaret M. 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The Dramatic World of Harold Pinter: Its Basis in Ritual. Athens: Ohio University Press, 1383gdominiq Burling, Robbins. The.Talking.Ape.How.Language.Evolved New York: Oxford UP (USA),.Nov.2005.pdf 1384gdominiq Burman, Anders. "Against the Episteme of Domination and the Coloniality of Reality: Andean Formations of Subversive Subjectivities, Dissident Knowledges and Rebel Realities." (2019) 1385gdominiq Burman, Erica. Deconstructing Developmental Psychology. , 2017. Origins -- Researching infancy -- Attributing sociality -- Discourses of the child -- Models and muddles : dilemmas of childhood -- Familiar assumptions -- Bonds of love, dilemmas of attachment -- Involving fathers -- Language talk -- Discourses of caregiving talk -- Language and power in developmental research -- Piaget, Vygotsky, and developmental psychology -- Child-centred education : shifts and continuities -- Morality and the goals of development 1386gdominiq Burnard, Pamela, Elizabeth Mackinlay, and Kimberly A. Powell. The Routledge International Handbook of Intercultural Arts Research.London : Routledge, 2018. 1387gdominiq Burnham, Douglas. Nietzsche Dictionary. Bloomsbury Academic, 2014. 1388gdominiq Burnham, Douglas. Reading Nietzsche: An Analysis of ""beyond Good and Evil"". Taylor and Francis, 2014. 1. Nietzsche's Title and Preface; 2. ""On the Prejudices of the Philosophers"": A Critique of Metaphysical Ground (Part 1 1-23); Discussion of Perspective and Interpretation I; Discussion of Affect; Discussion of Perspective and Interpretation II; 3. ""The Free Spirit"": The Philosopher Realigned to Will to Power (Part 2 24-44); Discussion of Appearance; Disscussion of Will to Power; 4. The Nature of Religion: Beyond Nihilism, Towards the Immanent Ideal (Part 3 45-62); Discussion of the ""Slave Revolt in Morality"" Discussion of Eternal Recurrence5. ""Epigrams and Entr'actes"" (Part 4 63-185); 6. The Natural History of Morality: The Development of Affects and Reactions (Part 5 186-203); Discussion of Nature; Discussion of Notion of Pity (or ""Compassion""); 7. We Scholars: Science as the ""Hammer"" of Philosophy (Part 6 204- 13); 8. Our Virtues: Honesty and the ""Democratic Mixing"" of Peoples, Classes, Genders (Part 7 214-39); Discussion of Nietzsche on Women; 9. Peoples and Fatherlands: Towards the Political Task of Philosophy in Europe (Part 8 240-56); Discussion of Politics. 10. What is Noble? Past and Future Aristocracies (Part 9 257-96)Discussion of Style; 11. From High Mountains: Aftersong; Glossary; Selected Further Readin 1389gdominiq Burns, Coleman E, and Suzette M. Fernandes-Dias. Negotiating the Sacred Ii: Blasphemy and Sacrilege in the Arts. Australian National University, 2008. 1390gdominiq Burns, E. Jane. Arthurian Fictions: Rereading the Vulgate Cycle . Athens: Ohio University Press, 1391gdominiq Burns, Peter. An Introduction to Tourism and Anthropology. , New York : Routledge, [2018?] ©1999 2018. 1392gdominiq Burns, R M. Historiography: Critical Concepts in Historical Studies. London: Routledge, 2011. 1393gdominiq Burns, Robert Ignatius Jews in the Notarial Culture: Latinate Wills in Mediterranean Spain, 1250-1350. University of California Press, 1996 1394gdominiq Burns, Ross. Aleppo: A History. , 2018. 1. Setting the Scene - Bronze and Iron Ages2. Greek and Roman Aleppo3. In Antioch's Orbit - Byzantine Aleppo in a World of Churches and Monasteries4. Transition to an Islamic Order - Aleppo on a New Frontier5. A Delicate Balance - Between Turkic and Arab Worlds6. Fortress of Islam - Aleppo and the First Crusade7. Zengid Aleppo8. Saladin and the Ayyubids (1174-1260)9. A Wider World Opens - Aleppo under the Mamluks (1260-1516)10. The First Ottoman Centuries (1516-1750)11. Modernising Aleppo (1750-2000)12. Postscript 1395gdominiq Burns, Ross. Damascus: A History. Place of publication not identified: ROUTLEDGE, 2019 PART ONEChapter 1 - The Emergence of Damascus (9000 - c1100 BC)The first villagesTa-ms-qu in Upi The mother of all battlesA wider catastropheChapter 2 - Dimashqu - Damascus from the Aramaeans to the Assyrians (c1100 - 732 BC)After the turmoilAn Aramaean Empire (Eleventh Century-733 BC)Aram-Damascus vs IsraelNeo-Assyrian Empire (964-c800 BC)The city of the godDamascus in Aramaean TimesThe templeResurgent Assyria (8th century BC)Epilogue: An altar for JerusalemChapter 3 - A Greater Game - Assyrians, Persians, Greeks (732 - c300 BC)Assyrian Rule (732-636 BC)Neo-Babylonians (Chaldean Rule) (626- 539 BC)Persian (Achaemenid) rule (539-333 BC)Damascus during the twilight of the Ancient Near EastAfter Issus (333-331 BC)A Hellenic millenniumChapter 4 - The Sowing of Hellenism - Ptolemies and Seleucids (300 - 64 BC)Ptolemaic rule - Third Century BCDamascus between rival dynastiesSeleucid rule - second century BCThe persistence of the planA Greek cityTemple of ZeusA Hellenistic civilisation?Chapter 5 - Towards a Pax Romana (64 BC - AD 30)Rome IntervenesPompey's settlementThe east Mediterranean theatreDamascus and the struggle for empireStabilising the Damascus regionUrge to monumentaliseCivic worksChapter 6 - Metropolis Romana (AD 30 - 268)Who were the Syrians?The city and temple of JupiterImportance of cult centresFirst Christian missionAn imperial citySyrian consortsThe eastern questionPopulationCity and countryChapter 7 - Holding the Line (AD 269 - 610)Nature of the Persian threatHard and soft frontiersA Christian cityCathedral of Saint JohnDecline and disintegrationWho were the Arabs|?`Do it yourself' defence doctrineChapter 8 - `Farewell, Oh Syria' (611 - 661)Damascus - The First BulwarkThe great field army perishesArab aimsHeraclius retreatsArab administrationChapter 9 - The Umayyads (661 - 750)Mu'awiya and the new orderThe Umayyad prismThe 'Alite revoltAcquisition of the Church of Saint JohnThe building of the MosqueThe fantastic gardenThreshold of ParadiseA ninety year empireA glorious failure?PART TWOPreface to Part Two - When did the ancient end?Chapter 10 - Decline, Confusion and Irrelevance (750 - 1098)Ostracism (750-877)Teaching Damascus a lessonSullen revoltTurkish inroads, Tulunids (877- 905)Shi'ismFragmentation (905-964)Fatimids (969-1071)Seljuks (1055-1104)Arrival of the Burids (1104)First madrasasChapter 11 - Islam Resurgent (1098 - 1174)Bulwark Against the Crusaders?Early Burids (Tughtagin r. 1104-28)Burids versus Zengids (1128-48)Jerusalem-Damascus-AleppoThe Second Crusade (1148) - `Fiasco'Citadel of the faithJihad!Nur al-Din (1154-74)Nur al-Din's monumentsA new `Golden Age'Chapter 12 - Saladin and the Ayyubids (1174 - 1250)Saladin's riseHattin (1187)`The last victory'The Ayyubid successionAl-Muazzim 'Issa (1218-28)Jerusalem betrayedAl-Ashraf (1229-38)Back on the periphery (1238-50)Courtly societyChapter 13 - Mamluks (1250 - 1515)The Central Asian threatBaybars (1260-77)Return of the MongolsThe Mamluk systemA new prosperityForeignersMamluk buildingTengiz's governorship (1312- 40)Decline (1341-82)Burji Mamluks (1382-1516)Siege of Tamerlane (1401)A Venetian windowCollapseChapter 14 - The First Ottoman Centuries (1516 - 1840)Military ruleThe HajjMidanStability of populationReshaping DamascusMunicipal servicesA new role (1706-58)`Age of the a'yan'Cathedrals of commerceAcre's rise - and fallEuropean ambitions - Egypt intervenesChapter 15 - Reform and Reaction (1840 - 1918)Tanzimat - reform and reaction1860 massacreA `Little Istanbul'Telegraph, road and railTo Mecca by train?The great fire of 1893Suq al-HamidiyeThe Damascus houseCommand for monument protectionArab awakening`To Damascus!' - the great rideWhose Damascus?Chapter 16 Epilogue 1396gdominiq Burns, Courtly Love Undressed: Reading Through Clothes in Medieval French Culture hc 2002, pb Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005 1397gdominiq Burroughs, Catherine B. 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Acknowledgements -- Acculturation -- Editorial team -- List of contributors -- Introduction -- Thematic list of entries -- Achievement tests -- Acquisition and teaching -- Action research -- Adult language learning -- Adult learners -- Africa -- African languages -- Age factors -- AILA -- Association Internationale de Linguistique Appliquée -- ALA -- Association for Language Awareness -- Alliance française -- Alternation hypothesis -- American Army Method -- Anthropology -- Applied linguistics -- Aptitude for language learning -- Aptitude tests -- Arabic -- Area studies -- Assessment and testing -- Attitudes and language learning -- Autolingual method -- Audio-visual language teaching -- Australia -- Authenticity -- Autonomy and autonomous learners -- Behaviourism -- BICS and CALP -- Bilingual education -- Bilingualism -- Bilingual method -- Bloomfield Leonhard -- Board drawing -- British Council -- CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning). CAL -- The Center for Applied Linguistics -- Camöes Institute -- Canada -- Central and Eastern Europe -- CercleS -- Confédération Européenne des Centres de Langues dans l'Enseignment Supérieur -- Cervantes Institute -- China -- Chinese -- Chomsky, Noam -- CIEP -- Centre international d'études pédagogiques -- CILT -- The Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research -- Civilisation -- Classroom language -- Classroom observation schemes -- Classroom research -- Cloze test -- Cognitive code theory -- Comenius, Johannes Amos (popular Latin form of Komenský, Jan Amos -- Common European Framework -- Communicative language teaching -- Communicative strategies -- Competence and performance -- Content-based instruction -- Contrastive analysis -- Conversation analysis -- Council of Europe Modern Languages Projects -- CRAPEL -- Centre de Recherches et d'Applications Pédagogiques en Langues -- CRÉDIF -- Centre de Recherche et d'Étude pour la Diffusion du Français -- Creoles -- Cross-cultural psychology -- Cross-cultural psychology -- C-test -- Cross-sectional and longitudinal analyses -- Cultural awareness -- Cultural studies -- Culture shock. Developmental sequence -- DAAD -- Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst -- Diagnostic tests -- Dictation -- DIALANG -- Dictionaries -- Didactique des langues -- Direct method -- Direct/Indirect testing -- Discourse analysis -- Discrete point tests -- Disorders of language -- Distance language -- Drama -- Early language learning in formal education -- English -- EBLUL -- European Bureau for Lesser Used Languages -- English for Specific Purposes -- Error analysis -- Esperanto -- European Language Council -- EuroCLIC -- European Centre for Modern Languages -- European Language Portfolio -- Evaluation -- Exchanges -- Exercise types and grading -- Flashcard -- FIPLV -- Fédération Internationale des Professeurs de Langues Vivantes -- Fossilisation -- France -- Fremdsprachendidaktik -- French -- Gender and language -- Gender and language learning -- Generative principle -- Genre and genre-based teaching -- German -- Global education -- Goethe-Institut -- Gouin, François -- Graded objectives -- Grammar -- Grammar--translation method -- Group work. Halliday, Michael Alexander Kirkwood -- Handlungsorientierter Unterricht -- Hawkins, Eric William -- Heritage languages -- Higher education -- History: the nineteenth century -- History: from the Reform Movement to 1945 -- History: after 1945 -- Humanistic language teaching -- Hornby, Albert Sidney -- Human rights -- Humboldt, Wilhelm von -- IATEFL -- International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language -- IDV -- Internationaler Deutschlehrerverband -- India -- Integrated tests -- Integrative tests -- Intensive language courses -- Intercultural communication -- Intercultural competence -- Intercultural training -- Interkulturelle Didaktik -- Interlanguage -- Internationalisation -- Internet -- Interpreting -- IPA -- International Phonetic Association -- IVN -- Internationale Vereniging voor Neerlandististiek -- Japan -- Japanese -- Japan Foundation -- Jespersen, Otto -- Journals -- Landeskunde/Kulturkunde -- Language across the curriculum -- Language awareness -- Language laboratories -- Language planning -- Language for specific purposes -- Langue and parole -- Large classes -- Learning styles -- Learning to learn -- Le Français fondamental -- Lexicography and lexicology -- Lingua franca -- Lingua pax -- Linguistic imperialism -- Linguistic psychodramaturgy (LPD/PDL) -- Linguistics -- Linguistique appliquée -- Listening -- Literary texts -- Literary texts and intercultural understanding -- Literary theory and literature teaching -- Lozanov, Georgi. Materials and media -- Media centres -- Medium of instruction -- Medium-oriented and message-oriented communication -- Mental lexicon -- Metaphor -- Monitor model -- Modern Language Aptitude Test (MLAT) -- Monolingual principle -- Mother tongue -- Mother-tongue teaching -- Motivation -- Motivation theories -- Native speaker -- Needs analysis -- Neuro-linguistic programming -- Neurolinguistics -- Non-native speaker teacher -- Non-verbal communication -- Notions and functions -- Objectives in language teaching and learning -- OISE -- Ontario Institute for Studies in Education; Modern Language Centre -- Overhead projector (OHP) -- Palmer, Harold Edward -- Pedagogical grammar -- Pidgins -- Placement tests -- Planned languages -- Planning for foreign language teaching -- Poetry -- Politeness -- Portuguese -- Pragmatics -- Primary education -- Proficiency movement -- Proficiency tests -- Progress tests -- Pronunciation teaching -- Psychology -- Pushkin Russian Language Institute -- Quality management -- Questioning techniques -- Reading -- Reading methods -- Reference works -- Reform movement -- RELC -- The Regional Language Centre -- Reliability -- Research methods -- Rivers, Wilga Marie. Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis -- Saussure, Ferdinand de -- Schema and script theory -- Second language acquisition theories -- Secondary education -- Self-access -- SIETAR -- Sign language -- Silent Way -- Skills and knowledge in language learning -- Sociolinguistic competence -- Sociolinguistics -- Spanish -- Speaking -- Speech act theory -- Sprachlehrforschung -- Standard language -- Stereotypes -- Stern, Hans Heinrich (David) -- Strategic competence -- Strategies of language learning -- Structural linguistics -- Study abroad -- Stylistic variation -- Suggestopedia -- Sweet Henry -- Syllabus and curriculum design. Tandem learning -- Task-based teaching and assessment -- Teacher education -- Teacher talk -- Teacher thinking -- Teacher methods -- TESOL -- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages -- Text types and grading -- Textbooks -- Threshold Level -- Total Physical Response -- Transfer -- Translation -- Translation theory -- Trim, John Leslie Melville -- United States of America -- Universal grammar -- Untutored language acquisition -- US Standards for Foreign Language Learning -- Validity -- Van Ek, Jan Ate -- Video -- Vantage Level -- Viëtor, Wilhelm -- Vocabulary -- Vocational education and training -- Widdowson, Henry George -- Waystage -- Writing -- 1464gdominiq Byrd, Richard E.To the Pole: The Diary and Notebook of Richard E. Byrd, 1925–1927. Edited by Raimund E. Goerler. Athens: Ohio University Press, 1465gdominiq Byrne, Angela. Geographies of the Romantic North: Science, Antiquarianism, and Travel, 1790-1830. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 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Introduction: environmental studies past, present and future; Part 1 Classic concepts; Editorial introduction; 1.1 Adaptation; 1.2 Bioregionalism; 1.3 Conservation; 1.4 Desertification; 1.5 Environment; 1.6 Ecosystems; 1.7 Environmental catastrophe; 1.8 Ecological footprint; 1.9 The environmental Kuznets curve; 1.10 Gaia; 1.11 The Jevons Paradox; 1.12 Nature; 1.13 One world; 1.14 Overpopulation; 1.15 Precaution; 1.16 Risk; 1.17 Resilience; 1.18 The resource curse; 1.19 Scarcity and environmental limits; 1.20 Stewardship 1.21 Sustainable development1.22 The tragedy of the commons; 1.23 Uncertainty; 1.24 Vulnerability; 1.25 Wilderness; Part 2 Contemporary concepts; Editorial introduction; 2.1 The Anthropocene; 2.2 Biopolitics; 2.3 Biosecurity; 2.4 Corporate environmental responsibility; 2.5 The Earth System; 2.6 Ecosystem services; 2.7 Environmental governance; 2.8 Green democracy; 2.9 Environmental security; 2.10 Food systems; 2.11 Green economy; 2.12 Green governmentality; 2.13 Hybridity; 2.14 Land grabbing; 2.15 Metabolic rift; 2.16 Offsetting; 2.17 Peak oil; 2.18 Planetary boundaries 2.19 Post-environmentalism2.20 The social construction of nature; 2.21 Symbolic environmental politics; 2.22 Tipping points; 2.23 Wicked environmental problems; Part 3 Classic approaches; Editorial introduction; 3.1 Cultural theory; 3.2 Ecotheology; 3.3 Environmental anthropology; 3.4 Environmental economics; 3.5 Ecofeminism; 3.6 Environmental ethics; 3.7 Environmental geography; 3.8 Environmental health; 3.9 Environmental history; 3.10 Environmental modelling; 3.11 Environmental sociology; 3.12 Environmental politics; 3.13 Design, emotion, sustainability; 3.14 Environmental law 3.15 Environmental management3.16 Environmental philosophy; 3.17 Environmental planning; 3.18 Environmental psychology; 3.19 Natural hazards research; 3.20 Science and technology studies; 3.21 Social ecology; Part 4 Contemporary approaches; Editorial introduction; 4.1 Animal studies; 4.2 Business studies and the environment; 4.3 Environmentalism and creative writing; 4.4 Ecocriticism; 4.5 Ecological Marxism; 4.6 Ecopoetry; 4.7 Earth System Science; 4.8 Energy studies; 4.9 Environmental discourse analysis; 4.10 Environmental humanities; 4.11 Environmental image analysis 4.12 Environmental political economy4.13 Environmental political theory; 4.14 Political ecology; 4.15 Post-normal science; 4.16 Queer ecology; 4.17 Resilience science; 4.18 Sustainability science; 4.19 Vulnerability science; 4.20 Urban ecology; Part 5 Key topics: environmental challenges and changes; Editorial introduction; 5.1 Anthropogenic climate change; 5.2 Agro-food systems; 5.3 Biofuels; 5.4 Carbon budgets; 5.5 Fire; 5.6 Fisheries; 5.7 Forest resources; 5.8 Floods; 5.9 Glaciers; 5.10 Land degradation and restoration; 5.11 Mining and the environment 1598gdominiq Castronovo, Russ. 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Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1988. 1605gdominiq Cavelty, Myriam Dunn and Victor Mauer, ‘Postmodern Intelligence: Strategic Warning in an Age of Reflexive Intelligence’, Security Dialogue, 40/2 (2009): 123-144. 1606gdominiq Caws, Mary Ann, ed. The Yale Anthology of Twentieth-Century French Poetry. New Haven: Yale UP, 2004. 1607gdominiq Caws, Peter. Yorick's World: Science and the Knowing Subject. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993. http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft0d5n99m0/ 1608gdominiq Caygill, Howard. A Kant Dictionary. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Reference, 2000. 1609gdominiq Cayton, Mary K, and Peter W. Williams. Encyclopedia of American Cultural & Intellectual History. New York: Scribner, 2001. 3 volumes : illustrations, maps ; 29 cm Contents: Vol. 1: pt. 1. early America. Overview ; European and indigenous encounters ; Africa and America ; Colonial images of Europe and America ; Puritanism as a cultural and intellectual force ; Education in early America ; The material shape of early American life ; Anglo-American religious traditions ; Philosophy from Puritanism to the Enlightenment ; Popular belief and expression ; The fine arts in colonial America ; Mercantilism ; Law (colonial) ; Conflicting ideals of colonial womanhood ; Race as a cultural category -- pt. 2. Revolution, Constitution and the early republic to 1838.; Overview ; Liberalism and republicanism ; Federalists and antifederalists ; Jacksonian ideology ; Whig ideology ; The New England theology from Edwards to Bushnell ; The transformation of American religion, 1776-1838 ; The Black church : invisible and visible ; The classical vision ; Agrarianism and the agrarian ideal in early America ; The arts in the republican era ; The print revolution ; Rhetoric and belles lettres ; Prophetic Native American movements -- pt. 3. Antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction: 1838-1877. Overview ; Slavery and race ; Slave culture and consciousness ; Thought and culture in the free Black community ; Expansion and empire ; Antislavery ; Reform institutions ; Evangelical thought ; Moral philosophy ; American romanticism ; Transcendentalism ; Communitarianism ; Women in the public sphere, 1838-1877 ; Domesticity and sentimentalism ; Secession, war, and union ; Popular intellectual movements, 1833-1877 ; Southern intellectual life ; Science and religion -- pt. 4. Commercial and national consolidation: 1878-1912.; Overview ; Urban cultural institutions ; Patterns of reform and revolt ; Gender, social class, race, and material life ; Gender and political activism ; Manhood ; Realism in art and literature ; The transformation of philosophy ; The rise of biblical criticism and challenges to religious authority ; The struggle over evolution ; Racialism and racial uplift -- pt. 5. World War I, the 1920s, and the Great Depression. Overview ; Industrialism and its critics ; Cultural modernism ; Anti-modern discontent between the wars ; The popular arts ; The Harlem Renaissance ; The behavioral and social sciences ; Pragmatism and its critics ; Radical alternatives ; The artist and the intellectual in the New Deal ; Religious liberalism, fundamentalism, and neo-orthodoxy ; The athlete as cultural icon. Vol. 2: pt. 6. World War II and the 1950s. Overview ; World war and Cold War ; The culture and critics of the suburb and the corporation ; Women and family in the suburban age ; The design of the familiar ; The professional ideal ; The ideal of spontaneity ; The culture of self-improvement ; Franco-American cultural encounters and exchanges ; The world according to Hollywood ; Analytic philosophy -- pt. 7. The 1960s and 1970s. Overview ; Race, rights, and reform ; Countercultural visions ; Popular culture in the public arena ; Intellectuals and ideology in government ; Second-wave feminism ; The discovery of the environment ; Vietnam as a cultural crisis -- pt. 8. The Reagan era to the present. Overview ; Resurgent conservatism ; Poststructuralism and postmodernism ; Postmodernism in the arts ; The struggle for the academy ; Multiculturalism in theory and practice ; New philosophical directions -- pt. 9. Cultural groups. African Americans ; American expatriate artists abroad ; Artistic, intellectual, and political refugees ; Asian Americans ; Evangelical Protestants ; Gays and lesbians ; German speakers ; Irish Americans ; Italian Americans ; Jews ; Latinas and Latinos in the United States ; Native Americans ; Roman Catholics ; Whites and the construction of whiteness ; Women ; Working class -- pt. 10. Geography and cultural centers. The city ; Pastoralism and the rural ideal ; Regionalism ; New England ; The frontier and the West ; The idea of the South ; Appalachia ; The Middle West ; The Southwest ; Borderlands ; New York City ; Chicago ; Philadelphia ; Antebellum Charleston ; The San Francisco Bay area ; Detroit ; Cincinnati ; New Orleans ; Southern California ; Utah and Mormonism -- pt. 11. Nature, human nature, and the supernatural. ; The natural world ; God, nature, and human nature ; Humanitarianism ; Intelligence and human difference ; Psychology, the mind, and personality ; Anthropology and cultural relativism -- pt. 12. The political order. Nationalism ; Democracy ; Liberalism ; Conservatism ; Constitutional thought ; International relations and connections ; Social reform ; Socialism and radical thought ; Populism ; Anti- statism. Vol. 3: pt. 13. The economic order. Success ; Technology ; Political economy ; Consumerism ; Welfare ; Twentieth-century economic thought -- pt. 14. The social order and social identity. Individualism and the self ; Family ; Sexuality ; Gentility and manners ; Ethnicity : early theories ; Ethnicity and race ; Race ; Class -- pt. 15. The pursuit and the exchange of knowledge. The scientific ideal ; The humanities ; The social sciences ; The visual arts ; Education ; Law and the American mind ; Medicine ; Disciplines and their institutionalization ; The role of the intellectual ; Authorship, intellectual property, and copyright ; Elite vs. popular culture ; Culture for mass audiences ; The American university ; Foundations and philanthropy ; Learned societies and professional associations ; Government ; Organized religion ; Literary reviews and "little magazines" ; Textbooks ; Technological enclaves ; Salons, coffeehouses, conventicles, and taverns ; Lyceums, chautauquas, and institutes for useful knowledge ; Almanacs and ephemeral literature ; Libraries ; Museums ; The Internet and electronic communication ; Journals of opinion -- pt. 16. The arts and cultural expression. 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Tiziana Terranova, "Free Labor" 29. danah boyd, "Participating in the Always-On Lifestyle" 30. YiPing (Zona) Tsou, "Digital Natives in the Name of a Cause: From `Flash Mob' to `Human Flesh Search'" 31. Julie Levin Russo, "Many Copies: Cylon Television and Hybrid Video" 32. Nick Dyer-Witheford and Greig de Peuter, "Biopower Play: World of Warcraft" 33. Lawrence Liang, "Porous Legalities and Avenues of Participation" 34. Anna Everett, "Toward a Theory of the Egalitarian Technosphere: How Wide Is the Digital Divide?" VI. Desiring Data Introduction, Anna Watkins Fisher 35. Jean Baudrillard, "The Masses: The Implosion of the Social in the Media" 36. Thomas Y. Levin, "Rhetoric of the Temporal Index: Surveillant Space and the Cinema of `Real Time'" 37. Nishant Shah, "Exposed Net Porn: Penetrating Regulation, Bodies and Sexuality in the Age of the Internet" 38. E. Gabriella Coleman, "Phreaks, Hackers, and Trolls: The Politics of Transgression and Spectacle" 39. 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Stefan Iavorskii (1658-1722): an esoteric wordsmith at the court of Peter the Great ; Iavorskii's Kievan period ; For tsar and country: the apocalyptic, mystical and esoteric sermons of Stefan Iavorski ; Mystical orthodoxy, progressive pietism and esoteric science: the eclectic worldview of Feofan Prokopovich (1681-1736) ; Prokopovich's theological system ; Prokopovich's natural philosophy ; Prokopovich's educational vision: pietism and the Petrine instauration -- Peter the Great. Peter the Great's divine mission ; Peter the Great as King David ; The prophetic significance of the Nystad Peace of 1721 ; St. Petersburg as "New Jerusalem" ; The role of religion and esotericism in shaping Peter the Great's vision of scientific reform ; Francis Lee's vision of scientific reform in Russia ; Gottfried Leibniz's vision of scientific reform in Russia ; Collecting and marvelling at the curious: Peter the Great and the development of the St. Petersburg Kunstkamera ; Towards an Academy of Sciences ; Esoteric interests of Peter the Great. 1892gdominiq Colls, Robert. The Pitmen of the Northern Coalfield: Work, Culture and Protest, 1790-1850. Manchester Univ. Press, 1987. 1893gdominiq Colman, Felicity. Film, Theory, and Philosophy. Durham: Acumen Publishing, 2009. [http://www.scribd.com/document_downloads/direct/39528868?extension=pdf&ft=1375839799&lt=1375843409&user_id=232151253&uahk=erTFrqYpMZECtFrtzuWbiuoDalo] 1894gdominiq Colodny, Robert Garland, Fine, Arthur. 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Perennial Decay: On the Aesthetics and Politics of Decadance, 2015. 1917gdominiq Constable/Denisoff, Perennial Decay: On the Aesthetics and Politics of Decadance. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1998 1918gdominiq Constantine, Sandis E. Cultural Heritage Ethics: between Theory and Practice. s.l.: Open Book Publishers, 2014. 1919gdominiq Constructivism in International Relations: The Politics of Reality. Cambridge Studies in International Relations. Cambridge University Press, 2002. 1920gdominiq Contents: * Opening the Black Box of Peer Review * How Panels Work * On Disciplinary Cultures * Pragmatic Fairness: Customary Rules of Deliberation * Recognizing Various Kinds of Excellence * Considering Interdisciplinarity and Diversity * Implications in the United States and Abroad * Appendix: Methods and Data Analysis 1921gdominiq Contents: Preface: literature, posthumanism, and the posthuman Bruce Clarke and Manuela Rossini; Part I. Literary Periods: 1. Medieval Karl Tobias Steel; 2. Early modern Kevin LaGrandeur; 3. Romantic Ron Broglio; 4. Modern Jeff Wallace; 5. Postmodern Stefan Herbrechter; Part II. Posthuman Literary Modes: 6. Science fiction Lisa Yaszek and Jason W. Ellis; 7. Autobiography Kari Weil; 8. Comics and graphic novels Lisa Diedrich; 9. Film Anneke Smelik; 10. E-literature Ivan Callus and Mario Aquilina; Part III. Posthuman Themes: 11. The nonhuman Bruce Clarke; 12. Bodies Manuela Rossini; 13. Objects Ridvan Askin; 14. Technologies R. L. Rutsky; 15. Futures Claire Colebrook 1922gdominiq Contents; Preface; Authors; Chapter 1. Introduction; Chapter 2. A Brief Theory of Terrorism and Technology; Chapter 3. Group Psychology of Terrorism; Chapter 4. Aerosols: Fundamentals; Chapter 5. Biological Terrorism: Effects, Toxicity, and Effectiveness; Chapter 6. Biological Terrorism: Classification and Manufacture; Chapter 7. Biological Terrorism: Weaponization and Delivery Systems; Chapter 8. Biological Terrorism: Sensors and Detection Systems; Chapter 9. Biological Terrorism: Consequences and Medical Preparedness. Chapter 10. Biological Terrorism: Preparation for Response-What the Government Can Do in Defending the HomelandChapter 11. Agroterrorism: Agroeconomic Bioterrorism; Chapter 12. Agroterrorism: Attributes and Implications of High-Impact Targets in U.S. Agriculture; Chapter 13. Nuclear Terrorism: Nature of Radiation; Chapter 14. Nuclear Terrorism: Radiation Detection; Chapter 15. Nuclear Terrorism: Radiation Detectors-Applications in Homeland Security; Chapter 16. Nuclear Ter. 1923gdominiq Contests of heritage and the politics of preservation in the former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia / K.S. Brown -- 1924gdominiq Conti Camaiora, Luisa and Carlo M. Bajetta. Shakespearean Readings: Shakespeare, Keats, Shelley. Milan: ISU University Cattolica, 2004. 1925gdominiq Contreras, Daniel A. 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Introduction: The reemergence of registers and repertoiresHistorical developments: Repertoires from totality of forms to lived experience; Core issues and topics: Register from specialised vocabulary to cultural models of action; New debates: Translingual repertoires and registers; Conclusion: Registers, repertoires, multimodal resources and cultural practices; Further reading; References; Chapter 2: Linguistic (super)diversity, post-multilingualism and Translanguaging moments; Introduction; Linguistic diversity revisited; The mobility turn and the post-multilingualism challenges. Translanguaging and the need to focus on â#x80;#x98;smallâ#x80;#x99; moments in the era of big dataReferences; Chapter 3: Superdiversity perspective and the sociolinguistics of social media; Introduction; The superdiversity perspective and social media practices; Historical perspectives; Core issues and topics; New debates; Conclusion; Further reading; References; Chapter 4: Superdiversity as a lens to understand complexities; Introduction; Historical perspectives: from temporary workers to multiculturalism and beyond; Superdiversity as a qualitative transition: diversification of diversity. Superdiversity as a process of normalisationThe potentialities and limitations of superdiversity; Superdiversity and its descriptive potential; Superdiversity and its methodological potential; Superdiversity and its practical potential; New debates: superdiversity as part of a theory on social complexities; Further reading; References; Chapter 5: â#x80;#x98;All the people speak bad Englishâ#x80;#x99;: Communicating across differences in a super-diverse context; Introduction; The emergence of super-diversity research on the local level; Civility in the context of diversity; Corner-shop cosmopolitanism. 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PART 1: GRAMMATOLOGY -- Introduction / Peter T Daniels -- Section 1: Study of writing systems / Peter T Daniels -- Grammatogy -- History of the study of writing -- typology of writing systems -- Study of writing -- Related topics -- PART 2: ANCIENT NEAR EASTERN WRITING SYSTEMS -- Introduction / Peter T Daniels -- Section 2: First civilizations / Peter T Daniels -- Forerunners of writing -- Interconnections -- Significance of the alphabet -- Undeciphered scripts -- Section 3: mesopotamian cuneiform -- Origin / Piotr Michalowski -- Sumerian and Akkadian / Jerrold S. Cooper -- Basic cuneiform syllabary -- Other languages / Gene B Graff -- Section 4: Egyptian writing / Robert K Ritner -- Hieroglyphic -- Hieratic -- Demotic -- Meroitic script / NB Millet -- Section 5: Epigraphic Semitic scripts / M O'Connor -- Scripts in the Bronze Age (2000-1200 BCE) -- Scripts in the Iron Age and later times (from1200 BCE) -- Salient features of carious groups of texts -- Iberian scripts / Pierre Swiggers -- Berber scripts / M O'Connor -- Section 6: Anatolian hieroglyphs / H Craig Melchert -- Usage and history -- General characteristics -- Signs -- Section 7: Aegean scripts / Emmett K Bennett -- Linear B -- Scripts of Cyprus -- Minoan Linear A -- Pictographic or Cretan Hieroglyphic script -- Phaistos disk -- Section 8: Old Persian cuneiform / David D Testen -- PART 3: DECIPHERMENT -- Introduction / Peter T Daniels -- Section 9: Methods of decipherment / Peter T Daniels -- Types of decipherment -- Processes in decipherment -- Accounts of decipherment -- Section 10: Proto-Elamite script / Robert K Englund -- History of decipherment -- Basic characteristics of Proto-Elamite script and texts -- Section 11: Indus script / Asko Parpola -- Historical background and development -- Obstacles to decipherment -- Characteristics -- Section 12: Maya and other Mesoamerican scripts / Martha J Marcri -- Logographic/syllabic scripts -- Codified pictorial systems -- Section 13: Rongorongo of Easter Island / Martha J Macri -- Progress in decipherment -- Linguistic approach to decipherment -- PART 4: EAST ASIAN WRITING SYSTEMS -- Introduction / William G Boltz -- Section 14: Early Chinese writing / William G Boltz -- Unit characters -- Compound characters -- Section 15: Modern Chinese writing / Victor H Mair -- Relationship to the Chinese languages -- Reform -- Section 16: Japanese writing / Janet S (Shibamoto) Smith -- Kanji -- Hiragana and katakana -- Romaji -- Other script elements -- Direction, punctuation, and organization of texts -- Conclusion -- Section 17: Korean writing / Ross King -- Chinese writing in Korea -- Hankul: general characteristics -- Symbols -- Orthography and letter shapes -- Relationship of Hankul to other scripts -- Section 18: Siniform scripts of inner Asia --Tangut / E I Kychanov -- Kitan and Jurchin / Gyorgy Kara -- Section 19: Yi script / Dingxu Shi -- Classic Yi -- Modern Yi -- Section 20: Asian calligraphy / John Stevens -- Comparative table of Sinitic characters -- Comparative table of Sinitic characters -- PART 5: EUROPEAN WRITING SYSTEMS -- Introduction / Peter T Daniels -- Section 21: Transmission of the Phoenician script to the West / Pierre Swiggers -- Geographical and chronological aspects -- Linguistic aspects -- Problems -- Observations -- Section 22: Greek alphabet / Leslie Threatte -- Symbols -- Diacritical marks and punctuation -- Numerals -- Anatolian alphabets / Pierre Swiggers and Wolfgang Jenniges -- Phrygian -- Pamphylian and Sidetic --Lycian -- Lydian -- Carian -- Other languages -- Coptic alphabet / Robert K Ritner -- Gothic alphabet / Ernest Ebbinghaus -- Special features -- Section 23: Scripts of Italy / Larissa Bonfante -- Etruscan -- Other languages and scripts of Italy -- Section 24: Roman alphabet / Stan Knight -- Ancient Roman scripts -- Regional hands -- Insular scripts -- Carolingian Minuscule -- Gothic scripts -- Humanist scripts -- Cursive writing from the sixteenth century -- Printed word -- Section 25: Runic script / Ralph W V Elliott -- Later developments -- Section 26: Ogham / Damian McManus -- Script -- Section 27: Slavic alphabets / Paul Cubberley -- Historical background -- Forms of letters and phonological fit in old alphabets -- Glagolitic: later history -- Cyrillic: later history -- Orthography and phonotactics in Russian -- Section 28: Armenian alphabet / Avedis K Sanjian -- Symbols -- Symbol-sound correspondences -- Orthographic change and script reform -- Section 29: Georgian alphabet / Dee Ann Holisky -- Sound-symbol correspondance -- Development of mxedruli. Part 6: South Asian Writing Systems -- Introduction / Richard G Salomon -- Section 30: Brahmi and Kharoshthi / Richard G Salomon -- Systemic features -- Linguistic features -- Functions -- Origins -- Development -- Section 31: Devanagari script / William Bright -- Symbols -- Specific features -- Correspondences -- Relations to other scripts -- Section 32: Gujarati writing / PJ Mistry -- Symbols -- Specific features -- Section 33: Gurmukhi script / Harjeet Singh Gill -- Consonants -- Vowels and accessory signs -- Tones -- Section 34: Bengali writing / Tista Bagchi -- Differences in inventory of characters -- Script-to-pronunciation correspondences -- Clusters -- Section 35: Oriya writing / BP Mahapatra -- Symbols -- Conjunct consonants -- Distinctive characteristics -- Section 36: Sinhala writing / James W Gair -- Symbols -- Correspondence of speech to writing -- Section 37: Kannada and Telugu writing / William Bright -- Symbols -- Characteristic features -- Correspondences -- Section 38: Malayalam writing / K P Mohanan -- Section 39: Tamil writing / Sanford B Steever -- Historical background -- Description -- Adequacy in representing Tamil phonology -- Trends -- Section 40: Tibetan script and derivatives / Leonard W J van der Kuijp -- Symbols and specific features -- Additional features -- Lepcha script -- Phags pa script -- PART 7: SOUTHEAST ASIAN WRITING SYSTEMS -- Introduction / Christopher Court -- Section 41: Spread of Brahmi script into Southeast Asia / Christopher Court -- Beginnings of writing -- Indigenization of Indian scripts -- Section 42: Burmese writing / Julian J Wheatley -- History -- Symbols -- General characteristics -- Pronunciation -- Miscellaneous signs and modifications -- Section 43: Thai and Lao writing / Anthony Diller -- Development -- Consonant symbols -- Vowel symbols -- Tone rules -- Numerals and other symbols -- Section 44: Khmer writing / Eric Schiller -- Symbols -- Correspondences -- Punctuation and numerals -- Section 45: Insular Southeast Asian scripts / Joel C Kuipers and Ray McDermott -- Structure and historical continuity: the Holle charts -- Cultural uses of the writing systems of Insular -- Southeast Asia -- Arresting case: the Hanunoo of Mindoro, Philippines -- PART 8: MIDDLE EASTERN WRITING SYSTEMS -- Introduction / Peter T Daniels -- Section 46: Jewish scripts / Richard L Goerwitz -- From Phoenician to Aramaic to Jewish script -- From consonants to vowels -- Codification of the medieval script -- Section 47: Aramaic scripts for Aramaic languages / Peter T Daniels -- Classical Syriac -- Modern Aramaic / Robert D Hoberman -- Mandaic / Peter T Daniels -- Section 48: Aramaic scripts for Iranian languages / P Oktor Skjaerovo -- Orthographic principles -- Developments from Imperial Aramaic -- Developments from Estrangelo Syriac -- Developments from Nestorian Syriac -- Section 49: Aramaic scripts for Altaic languages / Gyorgy Kara -- Runiform alphabet of the ancient Turks -- Uyghur alphabet -- Manichean script of the Uyghurs -- Mongolian script -- Clear script -- Manchu alphabet -- Buryat alphabet -- Cyrillic script -- Section 50: Arabic writing / Thomas Bauer -- Basic characters -- Morphophonemic representation -- Optional signs -- Effects of defectiveness -- Dhivehi writing / James W Gair and Bruce D Cain -- Symbols -- Section 51: Ethiopic writing / Getatchew Haile -- Consonants -- Vowels -- Characters or diagrams -- Numerals -- Writing Ethiopic -- PART 9: SCRIPTS INVENTED IN MODERN TIMES -- Introduction / Peter T Daniels -- Section 52: Invention of writing / Peter T Daniels -- Sophisticated grammatogenies -- Unsophisticated grammatogenies -- Origin of writing -- Section 53: Cherokee writing / Janine Scancarelli -- Characters of the Cherokee syllabary and their arrangement -- Appearance of written Cherokee -- Sound and spelling of Cherokee -- Uses of the syllabary -- Section 54: Scripts of West Africa / John Victor Singler -- N'Ko alphabet -- Vai script -- Section 55: Cree syllabary / John D Nichols -- Algonquian syllabaries -- Scripts for Inuit (Eskimo) languages -- Syllabics for Sub-Arctic Athabaskan languages -- Section 56: Scripts for Munda languages / Norman Zide -- Sorang Sompeng -- Ol Cemet' -- Ho -- Section 57: Pahawh Hmong script / Martha Ratliff -- Features of the system -- Symbols -- Use -- PART 10: USE AND ADAPTATION OF SCRIPTS -- Introduction / Peter T Daniels -- Section 58: Functional classification / John Mountford -- Functional kinds of writing system -- General-purpose versus special-purpose writing systems -- Terminology -- Composition of writing systems in relation to function -- Multiplicity of writing systems -- More functional kinds? -- Conclusion -- Section 59: Adaptations of the Roman alphabet -- Romance languages / Edward Tuttle -- Germanic languages / Wayne <Senner -- Celtic languages / Damian McManus -- Languages of Eastern and Southern Europe / Bernard Comrie -- African languages / John Bendor-Samuel -- Vietnamese / Nguyen Dinh-Hoa -- Section 60: Adaptations of the Cyrillic alphabet / Bernard Comrie -- Slavic languages -- Non-Slavic languages -- Section 61: Adaptations of Hebrew script / Benjamin Hary -- Jewish "languages" or etholects -- Judeo-Arabic -- Judeo-Spanish (Ladino) -- Yiddish / Howard I Aronson -- Section 62: Adaptations of Arabic script / Alan S Kaye -- Spread of Arabic script -- Minor adaptations of the Arabic script -- General characteristics of Arabic-based writing systems -- Scripts of Islamic literary languages -- PART 11: SOCIOLINGUISTICS AND SCRIPTS -- Introduction / William Bright -- Section 63: Germany: script and politics / Gerhard Augst -- Section 64: Serbo-Croatian: a biscriptal language / Laurie Beth Feldman and Dragana Barac-Cikoja -- Section 65: South Asia: coexistence of scripts / Colin P Masica -- Section 66: Christian missionary activities / Allan Gleason -- Section 67: Script reform in and after the Soviet Union / Bernard Comrie -- Script replacement -- Intra-script reform -- Post-Soviet developments -- PART 12: SECONDARY NOTATION SYSTEMS -- Introduction / Peter T Daniels -- Section 68: Alphabet as a technology / M O'Connor -- How do people learn how to write? 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Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction: Towards a Schizoanalytic Criticism; Beyond oedipal form; Write like a rat!; Overview of chapters; References; Part 1 Towards a Schizoanalysis of Literature; Chapter 1 The 'Structural Necessity' of the Body without Organs; How does the body without organs work?; Death instinct; The degree zero of desire; What problem does the body without organs answer to?; Notes; References; Chapter 2 The Drama of Schizoanalysis: On Deleuze and Guattari's Method; Deleuze and Guattari's language; Dramatization and normativism. The pink panther strikes again . . .References; Part 2 The Ethics of Style; Chapter 3 The Schizoanalysis of Literature: Austen, Behn and the Scene of Desire; Schizoanalysis . . .; . . . of literature: Castrated formalism; The scene; New worlds; Notes; References; Chapter 4 What Is Nonstyle in What Is Philosophy?; What is nonstyle?; What Is Philosophy?; What is nonstyle in What Is Philosophy?; Notes; References; Chapter 5 Deleuze on Genre: Modernity between the Tragic and the Novel; Philosophy is like a novel; The limits of the tragic; The tragic, the joyous and the modern novel; Notes. 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Wirtz -- Organized crime, drug trafficking and trafficking in women / Phil Williams -- State failure and state building / Daniel Lambach and Tobias Debiel -- Migration and security / Jef Huysmans and Vicki Squire -- Cyber-threats / Myriam Dunn Cavelty -- Old and new wars / Herfried Münkler -- The privatization of international security / Anna Leander -- Energy security / Robert W. Orttung adn Jeronim Perovic -- Resources, the environment and conflict / Nils Petter Gleditsch and Ole Magnus Theisen -- Emerging dangers of biological weapons / Barry Kellman -- Security and health in the twenty-first century / Colleen O'Manique and Pieter Fourie. Part III : Regional security challenges -- China's rise : intentions, power and evidence / David C. 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Chapter 6: Measure for Measure: The Challenge of Assessing Critical ThinkingChapter 7: Programmatic Assessment of Critical Thinking; Chapter 8: A Process Approach to Thinking Critically About Complex Concepts; Part Iii Critical Thinking in Critical Psychology Courses; Chapter 9: Integrating Critical Thinking with Course Content; Chapter 10: Critical Thinking on Contemporary Issues; Chapter 11: The Repertory Grid as a Heuristic Tool in Teaching; Chapter 12: Critical Thinking in Critical Courses: Principles and Applications. 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Chapter 19: Thinking Critically About Careers in PsychologyPart Vi Critical Briefings: Short Reports on Critical Thinking; Report 1: Best and Worst: Learning to Think Like a Psychologist; Reprot 2: Personal Mission Statements as Tools for Developing Writing and Reflection Skills; Report 3: A Module-Based Research Project: Modeling Critical Thinking in Psychology; Report 4: Effectively Using Literature Circles in the Psychology Classroom; Report 5: Introducing Controversial Issues in Psychology Through Debate and Reflection. Report 6: The Critical Thinking Lab: Developing Student Skills Through Practical ApplicationReport 7: Encouraging Students to Think Critically About Psychotherapy: Overcoming Na©ve Realism; Report 8: Effectiveness of a Web-Based Critical Thinking Module; Report 9: An Introductory Exercise for Promoting Critical Thinking About Psychological Measurement; Author Index; Subject Index. 2504gdominiq Dunn, Dana S, Jane S. Halonen, and Randolph A. Smith. 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Chapter 6: Measure for Measure: The Challenge of Assessing Critical ThinkingChapter 7: Programmatic Assessment of Critical Thinking; Chapter 8: A Process Approach to Thinking Critically About Complex Concepts; Part Iii Critical Thinking in Critical Psychology Courses; Chapter 9: Integrating Critical Thinking with Course Content; Chapter 10: Critical Thinking on Contemporary Issues; Chapter 11: The Repertory Grid as a Heuristic Tool in Teaching; Chapter 12: Critical Thinking in Critical Courses: Principles and Applications. 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Thames -- The struggle for LGBT rights / Conor O'Dwyer -- Politics at the fringes? : Eastern Europe's populists, racists and extremists / Cas Mudde -- Varieties of capitalism in Eastern Europe / Dorothee Bohle -- East European exceptionalism : foreign domination in finance / Rachel A. Epstein -- Dealing with the past : post-communist transitional justice / Vello Pettai and Eva-Clarita Pettai -- "The West, the East and the rest" : foreign policy orientations of Central Eastern European countries / Elsa Tulmets -- Combatting corruption / Tatiana Kostadinova and Maria Spirova -- Enlargement and europeanization in Central and Eastern Europe : accession and beyond / Antoaneta Dimitrova -- NATO enlargement and the post-communist states / Mark Webber -- Russia in the region / Richard Sakwa. 2755gdominiq Fagan, Brian. Grahame Clark: An Intellectual Biography of an Archaeologist. New York, NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018. 2756gdominiq Fahraeus, Anna, and AnnKatrin Jonsson. 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The Ancient Middle East (c. 3000-c. 500 B.C.) : Mesopotamia: The Land of the Two Rivers. Egypt: The Land of the Nile. The Aegean, Asia Minor, Syria, and Palestine. 2. Ancient Greece (c. 1000-38 B.C.) : The Formation of Greece (c. 1200-500 B.C.). The Persian and Peloponnesian Wars. Greek Economy in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries, B.C. The Civilization of the Golden Age. 3. The Hellenistic Age : Macedonian Conquests and the Hellenistic Kingdoms. Hellenistic Institutions. Hellenistic Culture. 4. The Roman Republic : The Early Republic and the First Period of Expansion. Expansion and Civil War (202-31 B.C.). Roman Culture in the Republican Age. Section B : The Roman Empire and Its Decline (31 B.C.-c. 500 A.D.) : 5. The Roman World in the First Two Centuries of the Empire : Organization of the Empire. Society. Economic Life. Culture of the Empire. 6. Decline of the Roman Empire : Beginning of the Decline: The Third Century. Reforms of Diocletian. Social Decline. Decline of Roman Culture. 7. The Christian Church in the Roman Empire : Origin and Spread of Christianity. Persecution and Triumph. Church and State: The Struggle Against Heresy and Paganism. The Latin Church: The Rise of the Papacy. The Growth of Monasticism. 8. The Barbarian Invasions of the Empire : The Early Germans. The Migrations Before. The Invasion of the Visigoths. The Vandals and Huns and the Fall of the Western Empire. The Ostrogoth Kingdom in Italy. Section C : The Early Middle Ages (c. 500-c. 1050) : 9. The Eastern Empire Becomes Byzantine : Justinian's Dream of Restoring the Empire. The Byzantine Empire Survives. 10. The Rise of Islam and the Expansion of the Moslem Empire : Mohammed and the Founding of Islam. The Expansion of the Moslem Empire. Moslem Civilization under the Caliphate. 11. The Franks, the Lombards, and the Papacy : The Franks in the Merovingian Age. Society and Institutions in the Merovingian Age. The Lombards and the Papacy. The Frankish Kingdom and the Church. 12. The Carolingian Empire and the Northmen : Charlemagne and His Empire (768-814). Break-up of the Carolingian Empire. The Coming of the Northmen. 13. The Feudal System : Origins of Feudalism. The Manorial System. Military Feudalism and Landholding: The Fief. The Church in the Feudal System. The Feudal State. 14. The Founding of the Feudal Kingdoms and the Revival of the Empire : Germany, Italy, and the Holy Roman Empire. France. Saxon England. Section D : The High Middle Ages (c. 1050-c. 1270) : 15. The Struggle Between the Empire and the Papacy : The Investiture Controversy. The Struggle for Supremacy. Triumph of the Papacy. 16. The Growth of the Monarchies in France and England : French Kings Increase Their Prestige (1060-1180). English Kings Organize a Royal Government (1066-1189). French Kings Expand the Royal Domain (1180-1270). The English Constitution Develops Despite Weak Kings (1189-1272). 17. The Crusades and the Expansion of Catholic Europe : The First Three Crusades (1095-1192). Later Crusades. The Expansion of Catholic Europe. 18. Feudal Society -- The Peasants and the Nobles : General Conditions of Medieval Life. The Peasants. The Nobles. Chivalry and the Knights. 9. The Cities and the Middle Class -- Commerce and Industry : The Medieval City. The Revival of Commerce and the Rise of the Cities. The Burghers and City Government. The Merchant and Craft Guilds. Influence of the Cities on European Civilization. 20. The Church, Religion, and Culture : The Church as an Institution. The Sacraments, Popular Religion, and Heresy. The Monks and Friars. The Revival of Learning and the Universities. Religious Art and Music. Section E : The Later Middle Ages and the Renaissance (c. 1270-c. 1520) : 21. Germany and Eastern Europe : The Empire Survives in a State of Disintegration. . The Swiss Confederation and the Hanseatic League. Eastern Europe. 22. France and England to the End of the Hundred Years' War : Consolidation of Royal Government in France (1270-1328). Growth of Constitutional Government in England (1272-1327). France and the Hundred Years' War. England from Edward III to Henry VI (1327-1461). 23. The Decline of the Papacy in the Later Middle Ages : Boniface VIII and Philip the Fair. Waning Prestige of the Popes at Avignon. The Great Schism, Heresy, and the Councils. 24. Medieval Economy in Transition : The Growth of Capitalism in Italian Commerce, Industry, and Banking. The Growth of Capitalism in Northern Commerce and Industry. The Break-up of the Manorial System. 25. The Age of the Renaissance in Italy : Renaissance Society. Evolution of the Italian States to 1494 . The Literary Renaissance. The Artistic Renaissance. 26. The Waning of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance in the North : Decay of Medieval Institutions. Rise of Centralized Territorial States. The New Piety in the North. The Renaissance Crosses the Alps. The Fine Arts and Music. 27. The States of Europe at the Dawn of the Modern Age : Spain and Portugal. England. France, Burgundy, and Italy. Germany and the House of Hapsburg. Expansion of the European Horizon by Exploration. Section F : The Reformation and the Wars of Religion (c. 1520-c. 1660) : 28. The Reformation and the Founding of the Protestant Churches : Causes of the Reformation. Luther and the Reformation in Germany. Zwingli and Calvin and the Reformation in Switzerland. The Reformation in England under Henry VIII and Edward VI. 29. The States of Europe in the Age of Charles V : The Rivalry of Hapsburg and Valois. Charles V and His Empire. The Monarchy in France and England. 30. The Catholic or Counter-Reformation : The Early Catholic Reformation. Loyola and the Society of Jesus. The Council of Trent (1 545-63). The Counter-Reformation in Action. 31. The States of Europe in the Age of Philip II : Spain Under Philip II. The Revolt in the Netherlands. Wars of Religion in France. England Under Elizabeth I. 32. The Establishment of Absolute Monarchy in France : Henry IV Reconstructs France. Richelieu and Mazarin Establish Absolute Monarchy. 33. The Decline of the Monarchy in England : 'The Legacy of the Tudors. Decline of the Monarchy (1603-40). The Civil War and Cromwell (1640-60). 34. The Thirty Years' War : The Background of the War. The Thirty Years' War (1618-48). The Peace of Westphalia and the Peace of the Pyrenees. 35. The Commercial Revolution and Overseas Expansion : Economic Expansion and the Growth of Capitalism. Capital and the State: Mercantilism. Portugal and Spain Overseas. Dutch, English, and French Commerce and Colonies. 36. The Culture of the Early Modern Period : Language and Literature. Art and Music. The Scientific Revolution. Genealogical Table. A List of European Rulers to the Middle of the Seventeenth Century. PART II: The Long Prelude to Modern History : The Prehistoric Ages. The Ancient Empires (3000 B.C.-500 B.C.). The Persian Hegemony (530-330 B.C.). The "Greek Miracle". The Roman Empire. Decline in the West (500-1000 A.D.). The Expansion of Islam. Recovery in the West (1000 -- 1500 A.D.). The Oceanic Age. Section G : Europe in the Age of Louis XIV (1660-1715) : 37. Europe in the Middle of the Seventeenth century : The system of Centralized Territorial States. The European States in 1660. Life in the Seventeenth Century. The World outside Europe. 38. France under Louis XIV : France at the Accession of Louis XIV. How Louis Conducted His Government. The Court of the Sun King. The Great Age in Literature and Art. Persecution of Jansenists and Huguenots. The Wars of Louis XIV. 39. The Triumph of Parliament in England : Charles II : A Despot in Disguise. Anglo-Dutch Rivalry and Reconciliation. James II : A Despot in Difficulties. The glorious Revolution of 1688. England and Scotland Become Great Britain. Significance of the Seventeenth Century in English History. 40. The Declining Empire of the Hapsburgs : The Austrian Hapsburgs. The Turkish Menace. Spain in Decline. The Italian States. Section H : The Eighteenth Century (1715-1789) : 41. The Emergence of Russia : The Rise of Muscovy. Peter the Great of Russia. The Great Northern War (1700-21). The Successors of Peter the Great. Catherine the Great (1762-96). The Dismemberment of Poland. 42. The Rise of Prussia : The Electorate of Brandenburg. Frederick the Great (1740- 86). The War of the Austrian Succession (1740-48). The Diplomatic Revolution. The Seven Years' War (1756-63). Frederick the Great in Time of Peace. 43. The Contest for Commerce and Colonies : The Seventeenth Century: France and England as Colonial Rivals. The Eighteenth Century: The Duel of France and Britain. The Thirteen Colonies Win Their Independence. The Abatement of Colonial Rivalry After 1783. 44. Europe and the Wider World : Transportation and Communication. Commerce between Continents. What Europe Gave and Gained. New attitudes and aspirations 45. The Intellectual Revolution : The Marriage of Theory and Practice. The Experimental method. The Progress of Mathematics. The Sharing of Knowledge. Science Wins Acceptance. The Significance of the Intellectual Revolution. 46. The Old Regime and Its Critics : Divine- Right Monarchy in Theory and Practice. The Privileged and Unprivileged Classes. Legal and Financial Abuses. The Criticism of the Philosophers. The Enlightened Despots. The Doctrine of Popular Sovereignty. Organizing the American Republic. Section I : The French Revolution and Napoleon (1789-1815) : 47. The French People Launch a Revolution : The Estates General Is Summoned. The Role of the People. The Capture of the Bastille. Pressures on the Assembly. The Civil Constitution of the Clergy. The Constitution of 1791. The Legislative Assembly (1791-92). 48. The First French Republic : The National Convention. The Organization of Victory. The Jacobin Dictatorship. The Thermidorian Reaction. The Directory (1795-99). The Achievements of the Revolution (1789-99). 49. Napoleon and France : The Advent of Bonaparte. Collapse of the Second Coalition. Napoleon Reconstructs France. The Imperial Adventure. Results of Napoleon's Rule in France. 50. Napoleon and Europe : The Revolution Spreads. The Reconstruction of Italy. The Reorganization of the Germanies. Napoleon and England. The Russian Disaster and the War of Liberation. The Hundred Days. 51. The Congress of Vienna : The Congress Assembles. The Political Settlements. The Concert of Europe. Section J : The Growth of Nationalism and liberalism (1815-1871) : 52. Restoration and Reaction : The Reaction from the Age of Rationalism. The Romantic Movement. The Triumph of Conservatism: Austria and Russia. The Bourbon Restoration in France. Temporary Reaction in Great Britain. The First Rifts in the Conservative System. 53. Industrialism, Liberalism, and Nationalism (1830-1848) : The Industrial Revolution. The Factory System. The English Reform Bill of 1832. Chartism and the Victorian Age. The French Revolution of 1830. Revolutionary Movements Outside France (1830). Rebirth in Italy. 54. The Revolutions of 1848 and the Second French Empire : Discontent in France Under the July Monarchy. The February Revolution and Its Sequel. The Germans Fail to Achieve Unity (1848-49). Austria Restores Her House to Order. Italy Remains in Bondage. Significance of the Upheavals of 1848-49. Napoleon III and the Second Empire. The Crimean War. 55. The Unification of Italy : The Lessons of 1848-49. Cavour Contrives. War with Austria. Garibaldi Marches. The Winning of Venice and Rome. The Roman Catholic Church in the Nineteenth Century. 56. Formation of the German Empire : The Decade of Repression After 1848. The Expansion of German Industry. Prussia and the Advent of Bismarck. The Austro-Prussian War. The North German Confederation. Opposition of France to German Unification. The Franco-Prussian War. 57. Russia in the Nineteenth Century : The Aftermath of the Crimean War. The Emancipation of the Serfs. Other Reforms of Alexander II. Reaction in the Later Years of Alexander II. Anarchism, Nihilism, and Terrorism. Russification, Industrialism, and Agitation. Nicholas II and the Revolution of 1905. 58. The Lesser States of Europe : The Scandinavian Countries. The Netherlands, Belgium, and Switzerland. Spain and Portugal. The Crumbling Empire of the Sultan (1815-78). Section K : The New Industrialism and Imperialism (1871-1914) : 59. New Worlds Through Science and Industry The March of Science. New Conceptions of Man's Place in Nature. The New Environment: The "Civilization of City Dwellers". Industrialized Society: Capital and Labor and the Riddle of Social Justice. The Industrialized State: Great-Power Competition and the New Imperialism. 60. Three Industrial States -- Great Britain, France, and Germany : The March of Democracy in Great Britain (1867-1914). Great Britain (1871-1914) : The Quest for Social justice. France (1871-1914): Consolidating the Bourgeois Republic. France (1871-1914): The Spread of Syndicalism and Socialism. The German Empire (1871-1914): Foundation and Expansion. The German Empire (1871-1914): Economic and Social Problems. 61. Competition for Colonies and Markets : The British Empire in 1871. British Acquisitions (1871-1914). French Colonial Enterprise. Italy Entertains Imperialistic Dreams. Germany Enters the Race for Colonies. Rivalries of the Great Powers in Africa. Rivalries of the Great Powers in Asia. 62. Outside Threats to European Ascendancy : The Physical Growth of the United States. Development of American Resources. The Impact of American Production on Europe. The American Empire. The Modernization of Japan and Its Significance. China: The Wakening Dragon. 63. The Growth of Alliances and the Armed Peace : The German Hegemony After 1871. The Triple Alliance. France Searches for Allies. Anglo-German Rivalry. The Triple Entente. International Crises: Morocco. International Crises: The Balkans. The Growth of Armaments. Section L : World War 1 and the Search for Security (1914-1939) : 64. The First World War (1914-1918) : The Coming of the War. The War on Land (1914-17). The War on the Sea. The War on Land (1917-18). The Cost of the War. 65. 1919 -- Uneasy Peace : Ideals and Realities. The Treaty of Versailles. The Settlement with Austria, Hungary, Bulgaria, and Turkey. The Fate of the Fourteen Points. The League of Nations. 66. The United States Returns to Isolation : Foreign Policy After the War. A Decade of Prosperity (1919-29). The Great Depression in the United States. Roosevelt and the New Deal. Neutrality and Non-intervention. 67. Russia Becomes the U.S.S.R. : The March Revolution. The Bolsheviks in Power. The Doctrine and Program of the Russian Communists. The Structure of the Soviet Government. Economic Progress and the Five-Year Plan. Foreign Relations of Russia after 1917. 68. Great Britain and France Remain Democracies : The British Economic Dilemma. British Political Parties After 1919. The Irish Free State. Egypt, Iraq, and Palestine. The Self-Governing Dominions. France : The Wounds of Four Years' Warfare. The Reparations Tangle. The Search for Security. French Power Wanes. 69. Italy and Germany Become Authoritarian States : Postwar Confusion in Italy. Benito Mussolini. The Corporate State. Effects of the Fascist Administration. The Fascist State and the Papacy. Organization of the German Republic. Economic Chaos and Recovery. Stresemann and the spirit of Conciliation. Hitler and the Spirit of Recalcitrance. The Totalitarian State. German Foreign Policy After 1932. 70. Asia Between Two World Wars : Japanese Imperialism. China Struggles for Unity and Sovereignty. The Sino-Japanese Conflict. India and Southeast Asia. Asia and Europe. 71. Two Decades of International Tension (1919- 1939) : Economic Imperialism. The "Haves" and the "Have-nots". Collective Security. The Years of the Great Depression. The Failure of Collective Security. Aggression and Appeasement. Section M : The Second World War and After (Since 1939) : 72. The Second World War (1939-1945) : The Fall of Poland to the Fall of France (September, 1939 -- June, 1940). The Battle of Britain. Global Strategy: Gibraltar to Singapore. The Battle of Russia. The American Achievement. The Liberation of Europe. The War in the Pacific. The Cost of the Second World War. 73. The United States and Its Global Commitments : The United Nations. United States Foreign Policy After 1945. "People-to-People Diplomacy". American Prosperity and the Cost of Defense. Internal Affairs. 74. The Soviet Union and Its European Satellites : Russian Recovery and Expansion. Soviet Achievements in Education, Science, and Technology. Soviet Rule After Half a Century. The Satellite States. 75. Recuperation in Western Europe : Western Europe After the Second World War. The European Recovery Program. Movements Toward European Integration. 76. Transformations in Asia and Africa : The Background of the Anti- colonial Revolt. The People's Republic of China. India and Pakistan. Indochina and Indonesia. Japan, Korea, The Philippines. The Middle East. The Liberation of Africa. 77. Coexistence or Conflict : International Tension, 1945-60. International Tension After 1960. The Race Between Production and Starvation. The Population Explosion. 78. Western civilization in the Twentieth century : Science and Technology. Transition from Rural to Urban Life. Education for an age of Technology. Literature. Art and Architecture. Religion and Philosophy. Genealogical tables. A list of European rulers. 2842gdominiq Fergusson, David. Faith.and.Its.Critics.A.Conversation. 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Pragmatics and critical discourse studies / Alexandra Polyzou -- 14. Metaphor / Carl Jon Way Ng -- 15. Rhetoric and argumentation / Manfred Kienpointner -- 16. Deliberative discourse / Isabela Fairclough. Note continued: pt. III Interdisciplinarity -- 17. Critical discourse studies and social theory / Bernhard Forchtner -- 18. Discourse-Theoretical Analysis (DTA) / Nico Carpentier -- 19. Critical discourse analysis and media studies / Sean Phelan -- 20. Critical discourse analysis and history / Mariana Achugar -- 21. Critical discourse analysis and politics / Michael S. Boyd -- 22. Critical discourse studies in/of applied contexts / Crispin Thurlow -- PT. IV SOCIAL DIVISIONS AND POWER -- 23. Class and class warfare / David Block -- 24. Race/ethnicity / Susana Martinez Guillem -- 25. Feminist critical discourse analysis / Michelle M. Lazar -- 26. Sexuality in critical discourse studies / Heiko Motschenbacher -- 27. Discourses about nationalism / Ruth Wodak -- 28. 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Westport, CT: Praeger Security International, 2007. 2953gdominiq Foreward: History: competition or collaboration? -- Diffusion channels in the pre-Alexandrian period -- The problem of the One and the Many -- The cosmic cycle -- The doctrine of reincarnation -- Platonic monism and Indian thought -- Platonic ethics and Indian yoga -- Plato, Orphics, and Jains -- Plato and kuṇ́ḍ́alinī -- Cynics and Pāṣ́upatas -- Five questions concerning the ancient Near East -- The elements -- Early pluralisms in Greece and India -- Skepticism, empiricism, and naturalism -- Diffusion channels in the Hellenistic and Roman periods -- Dialectic before Alexander -- Early Greek philosophy and Mādhyamika --Pyrrhonism and Mādhyamika -- The path of the dialectic -- The syllogism -- Peripatetics and Vaiṣ́eṣ́ikas -- The Stoics and Indian thought -- Neoplatonism and the Upaniṣ́adic-Vedāntic tradition -- Plotinus and Vijñānavāda Buddhism -- Neoplatonism and Tantra -- The ethics of imperturbability -- Afterword: Remarks toward a Conclusion -- App. A The Aryans -- App. B The Aryan Invasion -- App. C Black Athena and Western Xenophobia -- App. D The Golden Thigh -- App. E Philosophy and Grammar -- 2954gdominiq Foreword / Introduction / Section one: Authority is constructed and contextual. Teaching inclusive authorities : indigenous ways of knowing and the framework for information literacy in Native art / "But how do I know it's a good source?" Authority is constructed in social work practice / Exploring authority in linguistics research : who to trust when everyone's a language expert / Evidence and authority in health and exercise science research / Section two: Information creation as a process. Common ground : communicating information / Using the frame information creation as a process to teach career competencies to advertising students / Moving public health learners to the skeptical edge with information creation as a process / Teaching source selection in public affairs using information creation as a process / Section three: Information has value. Information privilege in the context of community engagement in sociology / Images have value : changing student perceptions of using images in art history / Mining for the best information value with geoscience students / Teaching the teachers : the value of information for educators / Section four: Research as inquiry. Empowering, enlightening, and energizing : research as inquiry in women's and gender studies / Framing the visual arts : the challenges of applying the research as inquiry concept to studio art information and visual literacy / Integrating the ACRL threshold concept research as inquiry into baccalaureate nursing education / Action research as inquiry for education students / Section five: Scholarship as conversation. Performance as conversation : dialogic aspects of music performance and study / Framing the talk : scholarship as conversation in the health sciences / Widening the threshold : using scholarship as conversation to welcome students to science / Theater as a conversation : threshold concepts in the performing arts / Section six: Searching as strategic exploration. From novice to nurse : searching for patient care information as strategic exploration Leveraging the language of the past : searching as strategic exploration in the discipline of history / Mapping the chaos : building a research practice with threshold concepts in studio art disciplines / Teaching future educators exploration through strategic searching / Threshold concepts, information literacy, and social epistemology : a critical perspective on the ACRL Framework with reference to psychology / 2955gdominiq Førland, Tor Egil. Values, Objectivity, and Explanation in Historiography. 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Introduction: Henry Giroux on Critical Pedagogy and the Responsibilities of the Public Intellectual: Interviews with Marcia Morales, Mike Pozo & Sina Rahmani PART I: AMERICA UNDER SIEGE: AUTHORITARIANISM & DEMOCRACY The Conservative Assault on America Democracy and the Crisis of Public Education From Auschwitz to Abu Ghraib: Rethinking Representation as Public Pedagogy PART II: AGAINST FUNDAMENTALISM: RESISTING RELIGIOUS EXTREMISM AND MARKET ORTHODOXY The Passion of the Right: Religious Fundamentalism and the Crisis of Democracy Academic Entrepreneurs: The Corporate Takeover of Higher Education PART III: RETHINKING POLITICAL AND CULTURAL LITERACY Orwellian Newspeak and the Crisis of Democracy The Abandoned Generation: The Urban Debate League and the Politics of Possibility Movies and Public Pedagogy: Film as Cultural Politics PART IV: RACE, SURVEILLANCE, AND SOCIAL JUSTICE Spectacles of Race and Pedagogies of Denial Racial Injustice and Disposable Youth in the Age of Zero Tolerance PART V: MILITARIZATION, MASCULINITY AND THE SPECTRE OF FASCISM Waging War On Democracy: The Militarizing of Public Space Brutalized Bodies and Emasculated Politics: Fight Club PART VI: YOUTH, PEDAGOGY, AND THE POLITICS OF HOPE Heroin Chic, Consumerism, and the Politics of Seduction Reclaiming Education and Hope in Dark Times Translating the Future - Commencement Speech, Memorial University, June 2005 3382gdominiq Giroux, Susan S. 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