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Mave dissertation, Lancaster University 1994 Mind, systems and the sacred: a paradigm change in values for environmental survival? Noel G. CharltonMave dissertation, Lancaster University 1994 Mind, systems and the sacred: a paradigm change in values for environmental survival? Noel G. Charlton
There is no precedent for the change in prospect. Building an environmentally sustainable future depends on restructuring the global economy, major shifts in human reproductive behaviour, and dramatic changes in values and lifestyles
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Religion and Religious Change – Historiography and Primary SourcesReligion and Religious Change – Historiography and Primary Sources
Secondly, the related question of how scholars might be reaching their conclusions, from the evidence that’s available. I’m going to make a few suggestions about primary sources that you will probably have already come across i your
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Absolute beautyAbsolute beauty
Adorned traditional jewelry and body decoration from australia and the pacific
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Memory monuments: the recent sculptures of daniel a. HendersonMemory monuments: the recent sculptures of daniel a. Henderson
Angel can no longer close them. The storm drives him irresistibly into the future, to which his back is turned, while the rubble-heap before him grows sky-high. That which we call progress, is this storm
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הפקולטה למדעי הרוח Faculty of Humanitiesהפקולטה למדעי הרוח Faculty of Humanities
What is the relation of words and images in literary representation and history, in book-making, in culture, and in pedagogy?
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Rabbi dr shimon cowenRabbi dr shimon cowen
Appointed Programme director of community Jewish adult education in Kollel Menachem Lubavitch
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To appear in the American Historical Review, February 2016To appear in the American Historical Review, February 2016
Sensitive to cultural history’s critique of simple materialism, the new scholarship in business and economic history offers the possibility of a synthesis of the material and mental in the study of the past
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A world War 1 Historians Dinner PartyA world War 1 Historians Dinner Party
First World War. For this special occasion, and with the help of some magic by the Time Lord, 12 historians will be coming over for a “Who dunnit” dinner party to discuss the causes of World War One. It is your job, as a class
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Introduction: Culture and Pluralism in PhilosophyIntroduction: Culture and Pluralism in Philosophy
Ernest Gellner, Fredric Jameson, Edward Said, Clifford Geertz, and Terry Eagleton5, to address questions of what culture is, what the notion presupposes, and what implications it has in nations – and in a world – marked by ethnic, social
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Research on the Ancient MaskResearch on the Ancient Mask
This in combination to the limitations a realistic approach to ancient drama could pose for theatre practitioners has led to an increasing development in mask research and a growing interest in exploring the potential of re-introducing the mask in the modern staging
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Current issues in comparative macrosociology: a debate on methodological issuesCurrent issues in comparative macrosociology: a debate on methodological issues
Three such problems labeled the small N, the Gallon and the black-box problems are shown to arise with both approaches, and a critique is advanced of recent claims by exponents of case-oriented work that that they dispose of special and privileged means of by-passing
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Programme lengthProgramme length
Homer. It begins with the pioneering work of Heinrich Schliemann and the subsequent investigations of the agreed site of Troy in Turkey
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Pearl Harbor: Motives Behind the BetrayalPearl Harbor: Motives Behind the Betrayal
There are several interpretations of the facts surrounding Pearl Harbor. The first, as expressed by Jerry Bruckheimer, producer of the film Pearl Harbor, is to simply deny the overwhelming evidence
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Savings banks in England and Wales, with a further 182 in ScotlandSavings banks in England and Wales, with a further 182 in Scotland
Great Britain in the first half of the 19th century. By 1818, following the passing of legislation enabling the establishment of savings banks in 1817, there were 283 trustee1 savings banks in England and Wales
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Henry VIII. Routledge Historical BiographiesHenry VIII. Routledge Historical Biographies
Probably no other English king looms so large in the popular imagination as Henry VIII, and few offer more important and more interesting problems to the historian. Yet Henry has been strangely neglected by historians. (1)
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