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a collection of writings published in honor of a scholar

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A statement signed by the Chair and Secretary, Denja @ Fifty Literature and Arts Festival (DAFLAF 2019), Eriata Orhibhabor and Jerry Adesewo, respectively invited entries for the Festschrift from the celebrator's three constituencies of literature, culture and academia.
The notion of a festschrift to celebrate Mike Kew's career was conceived 2 years ago by Chris Kassianides during a visit to Jay Hoofnagle at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda.
Historically, Festschrifts were popular in Europe, emerging in the nineteenth century with education being "among the research disciplines minimally engaged in the Festschrift tradition, and
Festschrifts often include a biographical sketch of the honoree's life.
A festschrift, as we know, is a public acknowledgement of debts owed to persons when they leave the stage either of career or life.
Houpt and Blaha edit Volume I of this Festschrift in honor of Dr.
The festschrift, titled Discourses in African Musicology, is a compilation of papers presented at a two day international conference held in September, 2011 on the theme "The Life and Works of Emeritus Professor J.H.
As he aptly summarizes, this Festschrift "gives ample evidence to the changes afoot at Trinity, in North American religion and theology fields more generally, and out in the international networks of evangelical theology and mission studies" (xi).
Perhaps this is why the festschrift, as a scholarly genre, holds such a special place within the panoply of writings in a scholar's discipline.
Aside from the awarding of the art winner, the affair saw the launching of the festschrift in honor of Miclat, "Fairground: A Literary Feast."
Mediating security; comprehensive approaches to an ambiguous subject; festschrift for Otmar Holl.
Larkin (ed.), Librarians, Poets and Scholars: A Festschrift for Donall O Luanaigh (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2007, 370 pp., [euro]55 hardback)
The festschrift tradition in African literature: Its implications for the future of African literary criticism
This Festschrift issue honors the achievements of Professor Dan Walden, the founding editor of Studies in American Jewish Literature.