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a collection of writings published in honor of a scholar

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A vision of taxes within and outside European borders; festchrift in honor of Prof.
But I thought that the most appropriate contribution I could make for this Festchrift would be to estimate his much more realistic h-index, this exciting new metric of scholarly impact, by demonstrating the practical limitations of a potentially great, theoretically sound, new performance indicator by recalculating the software generated h-index and giving appropriate credit to Lancaster's obvious labor of love, the books that he wrote and that got cited the most in his oeuvre.
A pleasure of life in words: a festchrift for Angela Downing .
A lively discussion was stimulated by Don Bloch, Karen Weiss, Herta Guttman, Peter leRoux, Harry Reis, and David Seaburn who served as respondents at the Lyman Wynne Festchrift held at the University of Rochester Medical Center on September 10, 2005.
For further bibliographic details, however, one should turn to Neil Rosenberg's biographical sketch of Halpert in Folklore Studies in Honour of Herbert Halpert: A Festchrift (1980).
Commercial Arbitration, in FESTCHRIFT FUR OTTO SANDROCK ZUM 70 581
Fichte, 'Historia and Fabula: Arthurian Traditions and Audience Expectations in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight', in Festchrift Walter Haug und Burghart Waehinger, ed.
Emma Lazarus: American Poet and Zionist," Women in History, Literature and the Arts: A Festchrift for Hildegard Schnuttgen in Honor of Her Thirty Years of Outstanding Service at Youngstown State University.
TRUSSEN, "Romische und partikulares Recht in der Rezeptionszeit", en Festchrift H.
As one would expect of a publication such as this, attention is focused right from the start on the recipient of the Festchrift.
Suzumura (eds), Choice, Welfare and Development: a Festchrift in Honour of Amartya K Sen, Clarendon Press, Oxford.
This is not the first festchrift to honour Todd, a librarian-scholar long associated with the University of Texas at Austin (since 1958) and the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center.