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a written record of ancestry

one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

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Further inquiry on this subject would start by engaging with Clej's A Geneaology, John Barrell's Infection, and Paul Youngquist's "De Quincey's Crazy Body," PMLA 114, no.
1998, A Geneaology of Manners : Transformations of Social Relations in France and England from the Fourteenth to the Eighteenth Century.
The well-worthwhile project of writing a detailed geneaology of kama'aina is outside the scope of this paper.
In fact, the point of departure for Il Regno e la Gloria (Per una genealogia teologica dell'economia e del governo) is the course that Foucault gave at the College de France in 1977-78 entitled Security, Territory, Population and dealing with the geneaology of modern governmentality.
Baudrillard's methods may resemble Foucauldian geneaology, but they are not a natural extension thereof.
students; he is listed in the Mathematics Geneaology Database1 as having 175 academic descendants.
Denmark) conducts a Foucauldian geneaology of power in organizations.
Social organization and geneaology of resident killer whales (Orcinus orca) in the coastal waters of British Columbia and Washington State.
Nukaga, Yoshio 2000 "A Geneaology of Genealogical Practices: The Development and Use of Medical Pedigrees in the Case of Huntington's Disease.
Black-and-white photographs illustrate the meticulous narration; all equine geneaology material is heavily researched and condenced in tree form at the close of the book.