Renaissance


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Synonyms for Renaissance

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Synonyms for Renaissance

the period of European history at the close of the Middle Ages and the rise of the modern world

the revival of learning and culture

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The ways of contemporary theory, poststructuralist theories of sexuality, historicism, and writing referred to in this book are able to inform us about how Renaissance authors used Ovid's stories in order to build the history of bodies and sexualities.
It is clear from the statements of many of the leading writers and intellectuals of the Harlem Renaissance that they were inspired by the works, figures, institutions, discussions, and arguments of the Irish Renaissance.
I just love the history, especially the Renaissance period and medieval history,'' said Rodriguez, manager of a Target store and a part-time professional guitarist.
Mayor Rudolph Giuliani said, "The birth or the Renaissance Plaza project will result in a world-class office complex and hotel and more jobs for New Yorkers.
New for 2007, Renaissance America has enhanced the Renaissance Dental benefit offerings to include posterior composite fillings and dental implants as standard benefits, and the Renaissance Value Card(SM) for all subscribers at no additional cost.
As new texts by sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Englishwomen are discovered and edited and new critical theories brought to bear on our understanding of them, and as our knowledge of women and their status in the period is increased by studies in various interdisciplinary fields as well as in more traditional disciplines such as history or Reformation studies, the canon of English Renaissance writings is undergoing change.
Benjamin Brawley, in The Negro Genius (1937), evades the issue of the New Negro or a New Negro Renaissance by referring to Harlem Renaissance writers as the "New Realists" and as writers of "Protest and Vindication.
The initial product line is Renaissance Dental(SM), a comprehensive dental health plan structured to offer cost-effective and flexible dental coverage for companies with five or more employees.
The authors are, indeed, indebted to Goldthwaite's excellent discussion of the purchase of art and the way it increased during the Renaissance, particularly his section on "Demand in the Secular World" and its consideration of architecture and domestic furnishings.
If this sounds like a litany against the Harlem Renaissance, it in fact echoes Redding's new point-of-view on that earlier cultural phenomenon, remembered in 1964 for having been "prostituted and commercialized by gangster impresarios, who literally bled white the black writers, artists, musicians, and performers.
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The result has been a reassessment of that movement (often in a more positive light), a number of biographical studies of major participants in the Renaissance, and an effort to place the Renaissance clearly within American and African American social, cultural, and literary history.
Renaissance CEO, Robert Farrell, commented, "Renaissance Health Care is very proud to receive full accreditation for disease management from these two prestigious accrediting bodies, and these accreditations help to validate the care coordination processes and policies Renaissance has put in place to improve the lives of patients with Chronic Kidney Disease.