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a body of historical literature

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the writing of history

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Yet as I began to pursue my chosen subject--the jurisprudence of insanity as it was applied in nineteenth century civil trials-doubts crept into my mind about the emancipatory effects of the critical history method I was deploying, ones that have intensified over the years.
Grass's monograph's most significant contribution is its revision of this inaccurate understanding of Our Mutual Friend's early critical history. His careful research shows that contemporary reviews "were not uniformly negative, nor even predominantly so.
In the end, those who want stories of heroic achievements, contacts, and prizes will be pleased by this book; those looking for in-depth biographies or a critical history of science will be disappointed.
ISLAMABAD -- National book foundation (NBF) has recently published a new English book of 386 pages titled "A Critical History of Greek Philosophy" with a tag price of Rs150/-.
Matthews, David, Medievalism: A Critical History (Medievalism, 6), Cambridge, D.
Two factors may partly explain these habits: slow movies do not have a long critical history behind them or a large viewing audience, and Jaffe covers a lot of literal and unfamiliar territory--Argentina, China, Hungary, Iran, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Turkey and the United States.
The revised and expanded English version of the book, entitled A Critical History of New Music in China (henceforth Critical History), was recently published by the Chinese University Press.
The first half of Disturbing Practices is a series of tactful analyses of major contributors to the field of lesbian studies over the past thirty years, while the second half, focusing on World War I, provides examples of how a new approach, combining queer theory and critical history, might work.
Starting in 2007, Stritmatter (humanities, Coppin State U.) and independent scholar Kositsky began to publish accounts of their findings about Shakespeare's The Tempest, starting controversies that became part of the critical history of the play.
Hyatt, a native of Chapel Hill, N.C., has written six other nonfiction books, including The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television, The Billboard Book of Number One Adult Contemporary Hits, Short-Lived Television Series, 1948-1978, A Critical History of Television's The Red Skelton Show, 1951-1971, Emmy Award Winning Nighttime Television Shows, 1948-2004 and Kicking Off The Week: A History of Monday Night Football on ABC Television, 1970-2005.
Truth, Lies, and O-Rings is a critical history on a weighty topic with lessons that may be generalized to many such endeavors.
Beginning in 2006, some two dozen international scholars met several times to probe this core question, as well as significant related points (covenant, salvation, the religious Jewishness of Jesus, and some critical history), largely from a Catholic perspective.
From Superman's arrival in 1938's first scrappy issue of Action Comics, to multimillion-dollar ubiquity, Grant Morrison's critical history is authoritative yet often hilariously personal.
Tracing superheroes from Superman's arrival in 1938's first scrappy issue of Action Comics, to multimillion-dollar ubiquity, Grant Morrison's critical history is authoritative yet often hilariously personal.
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