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The Creole Origins of African American Vernacular English: Evidence from copula absenceThe Creole Origins of African American Vernacular English: Evidence from copula absence
South Carolina and Georgia or the English-based creoles of Jamaica, Trinidad, Guyana, Hawaii or Sierra Leone. The second is the "divergence issue"--the question of whether aave is currently diverging or becoming more different from white vernacular dialects in
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Infinite Memory and Bandwidth: Implications for Artificial IntelligenceInfinite Memory and Bandwidth: Implications for Artificial Intelligence
It is a pleasure for me to speak at this symposium honoring Allan Newell and Herb Simon. I came to cmu in 1969, mainly because this was the home of Newell and Simon. It has been an amazing 30 years
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Faculty of Arts Department of EnglishFaculty of Arts Department of English
As Linda Hutcheon argues, focusing on what history and literature have in common, rather than on in what they differ, is what has recently been the core of postmodern theor
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Gurutz JáureguiGurutz Jáuregui
I do not aim to question the usefulness and intrinsic validity of states, but the process of essentialism, timelessness and canonisation to which they have been, and are still being, subjected in political thought
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Italian Feminism In The Seventies: a history To Be WrittenItalian Feminism In The Seventies: a history To Be Written
What were the obstacles and thresholds from this point of view? What are the threads that have gone missing and that can be reknotted between the early feminism and its following developments
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The university of queensland legal research seriesThe university of queensland legal research series
Suri Ratnapala, Professor of Public Law, t c beirne School of Law, University of Queensland; Fellow of the International Centre for Economic Research, Turin, Italy2
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The Man Who Would Be KingThe Man Who Would Be King
Before seeing what happened to the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the Commerce Clause, we need to consider what happened to the Court itself during Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s presidency, which is the subject of this lecture
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