The writing of history; the principles, theory, and history of historical writing; the product of historical writing. (Webster, 3d ed)
The temporal sequence of events that have occurred.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Brief accounts or narratives of an incident or event.
The distinctly human attributes and attainments of a particular society.
A country spanning from central Asia to the Pacific Ocean.
A totalitarian system of government in which a single authoritarian party controls state-owned means of production with the professed aim of establishing a classless society.
Time period from 1701 through 1800 of the common era.
Persons living in the United States having origins in any of the black groups of Africa.
A massive slaughter, especially the systematic mass extermination of European Jews in Nazi concentration camps prior to and during World War II.
The aggregate of various economic, political, and social policies by which an imperial power maintains or extends its control over other areas or peoples. It includes the practice of or belief in acquiring and retaining colonies. The emphasis is less on its identity as an ideological political system than on its designation in a period of history. (Webster, 3d ed; from Dr. J. Cassedy, NLM History of Medicine Division)
Facilities in which WARFARE or political prisoners are confined.
The doctrines and policies of the Nazis or the National Social German Workers party, which ruled Germany under Adolf Hitler from 1933-1945. These doctrines and policies included racist nationalism, expansionism, and state control of the economy. (from Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. and American Heritage College Dictionary, 3d ed.)
The philosophical view that conceptions of truth and moral values are not absolute but are relative to the persons or groups holding them. (from American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 4th ed)
Educational institutions providing facilities for teaching and research and authorized to grant academic degrees.
The period of history before 500 of the common era.
The period of history from the year 500 through 1450 of the common era.
Time period from 1801 through 1900 of the common era.
Time period from 1901 through 2000 of the common era.
Time period from 1601 through 1700 of the common era.
Conferences, conventions or formal meetings usually attended by delegates representing a special field of interest.
Software used to locate data or information stored in machine-readable form locally or at a distance such as an INTERNET site.
A loose confederation of computer communication networks around the world. The networks that make up the Internet are connected through several backbone networks. The Internet grew out of the US Government ARPAnet project and was designed to facilitate information exchange.
Organized activities related to the storage, location, search, and retrieval of information.
Sequential operating programs and data which instruct the functioning of a digital computer.
Large members of the FALCONIFORMES order of birds, family Accipitridae, most especially the genera Aquila, Haliaeetus, Harpia, and Circaetus. They are characterized by their powerful talons, which carry long, curved, pointed claws and by their opposable hindtoe.
Former state in north central Germany. Formally abolished March 1, 1947. Kingdom established 1701.
A historical and cultural entity dispersed across a wide geographical area under the political domination and influence of ancient Rome, bringing to the conquered people the Roman civilization and culture from 753 B.C. to the beginning of the imperial rule under Augustus in 27 B.C. The early city built on seven hills grew to conquer Sicily, Sardinia, Carthage, Gaul, Spain, Britain, Greece, Asia Minor, etc., and extended ultimately from Mesopotamia to the Atlantic. Roman medicine was almost entirely in Greek hands, but Rome, with its superior water system, remains a model of sanitation and hygiene. (From A. Castiglioni, A History of Medicine, 2d ed pp196-99; from F. H. Garrison, An Introduction to the History of Medicine, 4th ed, pp107-120)
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Using an INTERNET based personal journal which may consist of reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks.
Organizations involved in all aspects of health planning activities.
An approach to health care financing with only one source of money for paying health care providers. The scope may be national (the Canadian System), state-wide, or community-based. The payer may be a governmental unit or other entity such as an insurance company. The proposed advantages include administrative simplicity for patients and providers, and resulting significant savings in overhead costs. (From Slee and Slee, Health Care Reform Terms, 1993, p106)
An ancient city, the site of modern Istanbul. From the 4th to 15th centuries the empire extended from southeastern Europe to western Asia, reaching its greatest extent under Justinian (527-565). By about 1000 A.D. it comprised the southern Balkans, Greece, Asia Minor, and parts of southern Italy. The capture of Constantinople in 1453 marked the formal end of the Byzantine Empire. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988)
Time period from 2001 through 2100 of the common era.

Building a retrospective collection in pharmacy: a brief history of the literature with some considerations for U.S. health sciences library professionals. (1/17)

This paper argues that historical works in pharmacy are important tools for the clinician as well as the historian. With this as its operative premise, delineating the tripartite aspects of pharmacy as a business enterprise, a science, and a profession provides a conceptual framework for primary and secondary resource collecting. A brief history and guide to those materials most essential to a historical collection in pharmacy follows. Issues such as availability and cost are discussed and summarized in checklist form. In addition, a glossary of important terms is provided as well as a list of all the major U.S. dispensatories and their various editions. This paper is intended to serve as a resource for those interested in collecting historical materials in pharmacy and pharmaco-therapeutics as well as provide a history that gives context to these classics in the field. This should provide a rationale for selective retrospective collection development in pharmacy.  (+info)

Journals of the plague years: documenting the history of the AIDS epidemic in the United States. (2/17)

This commentary discusses several journalistic, literary, and historical accounts of the AIDS epidemic as it has unfolded in the United States over the past 2 decades. By examining the different ways that different types of storytellers chronicle the political, social, public health, medical, and economic aspects of epidemic disease, this essay will demonstrate why the AIDS epidemic has been of such intense interest not only to physicians and public health experts but also to journalists, novelists, playwrights, memoirists, and historians. AIDS is a particularly fascinating example of society's broad concern with epidemics because it both is a global pandemic and, in recent years, has become a chronic disease.  (+info)

History of health, a valuable tool in public health. (3/17)

The aim of this article is to highlight the importance of the history of public health for public health research and practice itself. After summarily reviewing the current great vitality of the history of collective health oriented initiatives, we explain three particular features of the historical vantage point in public health, namely the importance of the context, the relevance of a diachronic attitude and the critical perspective. In order to illustrate those three topics, we bring up examples taken from three centuries of fight against malaria, the so called "re-emerging diseases" and the 1918 influenza epidemic. The historical approach enriches our critical perception of the social effects of initiatives undertaken in the name of public health, shows the shortcomings of public health interventions based on single factors and asks for a wider time scope in the assessment of current problems. The use of a historical perspective to examine the plurality of determinants in any particular health condition will help to solve the longlasting debate on the primacy of individual versus population factors, which has been particularly intense in recent times.  (+info)

The professions of public health. (4/17)

Law has been an essential tool of public health practice for centuries. From the 19th century until recent decades, however, most histories of public health described, approvingly, the progression of the field from marginally useful policy, made by persons learned in law, to effective policy, made by persons employing the methods of biomedical and behavioral science. Historians have recently begun to change this standard account by documenting the centrality of law in the development of public health practice. The revised history of public health offers additional justification for the program of public health law reform proposed in this issue of the Journal by Gostin and by Moulton and Matthews, who describe the new program in public health law of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  (+info)

National Museum of Dentistry exhibition: the future is now! African Americans in dentistry. (5/17)

Inspired by recently published NDA II: The Story of America's Second National Dental Association and sponsored jointly by the National Dental Association Foundation and the Colgate-Palmolive Company, an historical exhibit on dentistry in the African-American community was one of the celebrations for the Golden Anniversary of the American Academy of the History of Dentistry. This exhibit premiered on Sept. 27, 2002 in the National Museum of Dentistry located on the medical/dental campus of the University of Maryland in Baltimore. The Museum recently became an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution. Contents of the exhibit were photographs, charts, artifacts, memorabilia, etc. These materials presented an overview of African-American activities in dental education, research, patient care, general practice, dental specialities, military service, and public health. Also included were inter-racial relationships, socioeconomic developments, and participation in civil rights endeavors that played a major role in changing out-dated accepted customs. The exhibit's purpose was to celebrate dentistry's ministrations as a health professional among African Americans in particular and the nation at large over the past two centuries. Respect for and progress of black dentists paralleled that of black physicians who were instrumental in including dentist and pharmacists as equal members in the National Medical Association since the latter's inception in 1895.  (+info)

The slavery hypothesis for hypertension among African Americans: the historical evidence. (6/17)

The slavery hypothesis for hypertension has stated that the high blood pressures sometimes measured in African Americans are caused by one or more of these conditions: first, salt deficiency in the parts of Africa that supplied slaves for the Americas; second, the trauma of the slave trade itself; third, conditions of slavery in the United States. A review of the historical evidence shows that there was no salt deficiency in those parts of Africa, nor do present-day West Africans have a high incidence of hypertension. Historical evidence does not support the hypothesis that deaths aboard slave ships were caused mainly by conditions that might be conductive to hypertension, such as salt-depleting diseases. Finally, the hypothesis has depended heavily on evidence from the West Indies, which is not relevant for the United States. There is no evidence that diet or the resulting patterns of disease and demography among slaves in the American South were significantly different from those of other poor southerners.  (+info)

Profile of a leader: unearthing Ethel Johns's "buried" commitment to racial equality, 1925. (7/17)

In 1925, Canadian nurse leader Ethel Johns was hired by the Rockefeller Foundation to study the status of black women in nursing in the United States. Despite the acknowledged excellence of her report, the study was shelved. It remained "buried" in the basement of the Rockefeller headquarters for almost 60 years until American historian Darlene Clark Hine discovered it there in the 1980s. The aim of this article is to extend current understandings of Johns based on this and other evidence not accessible to her biographer in 1973. The discussion will illuminate her commitment to social equality by highlighting the 1925 report that perceived and articulated the racist character of relations between white institutions and black nurses in an era when few others would do so. It seems vital that this study be recognized as a focal point in Johns's outstanding nursing career, and that her success in leadership be acknowledged as inextricably linked with her passion for justice and equality.  (+info)

Facts, interpretations, and explanations: a review of Evelyn Fox Keller's Making sense of life. (8/17)

The job of a researcher is to explain the phenomenon that he or she is seeking to understand. To do this requires the accumulation of facts. These facts are then interpreted to arrive at explanations. However, individual researchers often interpret facts in different ways and arrive at disparate explanations. In her book, Making Sense of Life, Evelyn Fox Keller (2002) outlines various approaches used by developmental biologists to understand the animate systems we call life. In this review, I note several parallels between biology and behavior analysis in how facts are discovered, what is an acceptable interpretation of data, and how explanations are arrived at.  (+info)

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Books by Wilson Jeremiah Moses. Golden Age of Black Nationalism, 1850-1925 (1988) / The Wings of Ethiopia (1990). Alexander Crummell: A Study of Civilization and Discontent (1992) / Destiny & Race: Selected Writings, 1840-1898 (1992) Black Messiahs and Uncle Toms: Social and Literary Manipulations of a Religious Myth (1993) Liberian Dreams: Back-to-Africa Narratives from the 1850s / Afrotopia: The Roots of African American Popular History (2002). Creative Conflict in African American Thought (2004). * * * * *. Books by By Benjamin Quarles. Frederick Douglass (1948) / The Negro in the Civil War (1953) / The Negro in the American Revolution (1961). Lincoln and the Negro (1962) / The Negro in the Making of America (1964) / Black Abolitionists (1969). Allies for Freedom and Blacks on John Brown (1974) / Black Mosaic: Essays in Afro-American History and Historiography (1988). * * * * * Historiography and African Americans Benjamin Quarles The Negro In The Making Of America. By Wilson J. ...
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The historiography of the British Empire refers to the studies, sources, critical methods and interpretations used by scholars to develop a history of Britains empire. Historians and their ideas are the focus here; specific lands and historical dates and episodes are covered in the article on the British Empire. Scholars have long studied the Empire, looking at the causes for its formation, its relations to the French and other empires, and the kinds of people who became imperialists or anti-imperialists, together with their mindsets. The history of the breakdown of the Empire has attracted scholars of the histories of the United States (which broke away in 1776), India (independent in 1947), and the African colonies (independent in the 1960s). John Darwin (2013) identifies four imperial goals: colonizing, civilizing, converting, and commerce. Historians have approached imperial history from numerous angles over the last century. In recent decades scholars have expanded the range of topics into ...
Howe, Müller, and Stonemans Ancient Historiography on War and Empire is the product of a 2013 conference on Greek history and historiography and includes chapters that form sections devoted to Classical Greece and Achaemenid Persia, Macedon, Alexander and the Diadochoi, and the Second Sophistic. Presumably these divisions indicate the various conference panels from which the papers had their genesis. As with all edited volumes of such breadth, the individual contributions present a wide variety of specific topics and approaches. The golden thread theoretically running through all of them is that they all variously explore the ways in which the ancient authors contemporary contexts and the perceived needs and desires of their audiences affected their presentation of history. This was serious business. As Howe notes in his foreword, the ancient historians tendencies towards either propaganda or didacticism were impelled by war and its uncompromising consequences… as they sought to shape ...
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Reid, D. (2019). Culture as Imperial Synapse: Pre- and Post-Foucauldian Approaches to Culture in British Imperial Historiography. Le Foucaldien, 5(1), 4. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/lefou.59 Abstract The study of British imperial culture is heavily attributed to the field of new imperial history that became defined in the 1990s, yet theories of imperial cultures date back to at…
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Benjamin Quarles (1904-96) must be seen as a progressive historian if only because he believed that the acquisition of knowledge would lead to an improvement in the human condition. He had anoptimistic view of history that on the surface emphasized the importance of objectivity in seeking the truth. However, his persistent efforts to demonstrate the centrality of blacks in buildingAmerican civilization, and his criticism of those who did not share his belief in the mission of the United States in the world, show he was a conceptual historian with a clear agenda ...
The Maghrebi tradition of historical literary production extends back to the early centuries of Islamic expansion and conquest in North Africa and comprises a rich corpus including dynastic chronicles (tarikh), biographies (tarajim), and hagiographies (manaqib/rijjal), and, since the 20th century, positivist national histories as well. While this tradition had evolved since its inception, 19th- and 20th-century Maghrebi historical production both influenced and was influenced by the extension of European military, economic, and political power into the Maghreb. Grappling with the legacies of colonialism, nationalism, and pan-Arabism, among others, Maghrebi historians continue to sow the rich terrain of historical literary production in the postcolonial period by absorbing, reacting to, and building upon new trends in the historical profession.
This course explores the literature on women and gender in United States history with attention to theoretical issues, a broad chronological scope, and cultural diversity.. 445 Atlantic World. This course surveys scholarship in the burgeoning field of British Atlantic history c. 1500-1800. Students will become acquainted with the field and understand historiographic foundations for graduate research in early American and/or early modern British and European history.. 446 Readings in Early North America (contact to 1800). This course surveys the historiography of North America from Euro-Native contact to the election of Jefferson in 1800. It explores the major events of this period and region from both continental and Atlantic world perspectives. At the end of the semester, students should be conversant in the primary debates in the field, its major development over time, and the varied methods used by historians. Students should also demonstrate their competency in writing historiography.. 450 ...
In the near future we hope to broaden our research questions to establish and analyze patterns and trends, and to answer questions how WWII discourses have evolved over a longer period of time. In this respect we may contribute to Dutch historiography on WWII. Dutch historiography on the aftermath of WWII shows that the persecution of Jews comes more and more to the fore in national discourse towards the end of the 1960s perverting the old paradigm of the Netherlands as a country of strong resistance to the German occupation. Is this paradigm change reflected in the parliamentary debates?. Historical research often focuses on well known debates and events. For example when historians analyze the ways in which references to WWII are used by politicians in the Netherlands they will more or less automatically turn to debates on the Drie van Breda (1972) or the fall of Willem Aantjes (1978). This method risks overlooking less well known debates in which references to WWII were used to support ...
I know its something I have written about before, but it never ceases to amaze me how historians and publishers will attempt to flog dead horses. Well, maybe thats not a great analogy, but some battles have been written about so much, without anything substantially new being offered.
From the beginning of Communist rule in 1949 until the 1980s, Chinese historical scholarship focused largely on peasant life interpreted via the officially sanctioned Marxist theory of class struggle. A significant undertaking in the middle of the Cultural Revolution was a serial printing of the official dynastic histories by the China Bookstore. The mainland series was printed in simplified Chinese characters, with only brief, mainly textual notes at the end of chapters and the usual, complex scholarly commentaries omitted, so as to allow the histories to be more readable by ordinary people. From the time of Deng Xiaoping on, there has been a drift towards a Marxist-inspired nationalist perspective, and consideration of Chinas contemporary international status has become of paramount importance in historical studies. The current focus tends to be on specifics of civilization in ancient China, and the general paradigm of how China has responded to the dual challenges of interactions with the ...
Until relatively recently, the linkage between British Imperial History and the History of Early America was taken for granted. This is no longer the case. Instead, Early American historiography has ... More. Until relatively recently, the linkage between British Imperial History and the History of Early America was taken for granted. This is no longer the case. Instead, Early American historiography has suffered from a loss of coherent definition as competing manifestos demand this or that reordering of the subject to combine time periods and geographical areas in ways that would have previously seemed anomalous. Along the way, it has become a commonplace to announce that the history of America is best accounted for in America itself in a three-way melee between settlers, the indigenous populations, and the forcibly transported African slaves and their creole descendants. Our collection recognizes the value of the historiographic work done under this new dispensation in the last two decades ...
There are themes in the biological and biomedical sciences that, for good reasons, play a disproportionate role in the historiography, such as evolutionary theory, genetics, molecular biology or medical bacteriology. In recent years, the history of the life-sciences has widened its scope and looked beyond these undoubtedly important developments. And yet, there are still many areas in the biological sciences and many aspects of medicine that have not received the attention they deserve, such as, to name only a few, plant physiology, agricultural sciences, microbiology, research in metabolism, or the dissemination of biological technologies. More recent developments in the life sciences, those from the 1970s and 80s, have hardly been studied at all. The exploration of these, in particular, would greatly benefit from a closer connection between historiographies of the biological sciences, medicine and technology - as well as from an enhanced dialogue with philosophical and social studies of ...
Contents: David Midgley/Christian J. Emden: Introduction - Aleida Assmann: Four Formats of Memory: From Individual to Collective Constructions of the Past - Christian J. Emden: History, Memory, and the Invention of Antiquity: Notes on the Classical Tradition - Ortrud Gutjahr: Literary Modernism and the Tradition of Breaking Tradition - Marc Oliver Huber: Memoria in Zeiten des Zeitenbruchs: Nietzsches Zweite Unzeitgemäße Betrachtung als Indikator einer Gedächtniskrise - Susanne Rau: Reformation, Time, and History: The Construction of (Dis)Continuities in the Historiography of the Reformation in the Early Modern Period - Wilhelm Ribhegge: German or European Identity? Luther and Erasmus in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century German Cultural History and Historiography - Stefan Busch: Ideals and Life in German Literature of the Late Enlightenment Period: The Grotesque as reductio ad absurdum of Providentialism - Laura Benzi: Die Entstehung der Lyrik in der zweiten Hälfte des 18. Jahrhunderts und ...
Thank you for this article! When taking a WWII history class a few years ago I wrote a term paper on The Wild Blue by Steven Ambrose. I had hoped his history of B-24 operations in Italy and North Africa would shed some light on an incredible aircraft manned by incredible men fighting against incredible odds. Instead it turned out to be an ode to George McGovern who only had a couple of missions near the end of the war, and those were considered milk runs In my paper I lambasted Ambrose for stretching 1 chapter of material into a novel length book (My professor informed me when I handed him my paper that he was a personal friend of Ambrose, but I got an A+ because my Prof agreed it was Ambrose worst effort ...
Current scholarship is in need of a sensitive re-examination of the recent history of rural drama in Tamil Nadu (India) to take into account the richness, aliveness, and interaction of rural, popular performance forms through intricate processes of the interweaving of dramatic material and media, and to acknowledge the contribution and opinions of its local stakeholders. Looking in particular at three distinct but interlinked rural performance forms - Kattaikkuttu, the now defunct rural Devadasi tradition, and the Natakam theatre - I hope to build an alternative, more nuanced and sensitive historiography of the popular stage in North Tamil Nadu in order to counteract the existing, simplified image of a deteriorated rural stage and the validation of these forms as crude, rude and incompatible with Indias projected image of modernity. Such an alternative historiography needs to look closely at the contribution of rural female performers (as well as the performance and performers of female roles), ...
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What is the case for the historical Jesus? Lets talk about it on Deeper Waters.. Since Ive already looked at the words I believe, theres no need to reinvent the wheel here. So lets move on to the next line and notice that it says that I believe in Jesus.. At the bare minimum, lets start with Jesus. What is the case that there was a historical Jesus?. Quite good actually.. You see, a lot of Christians dont take the time to look for this evidence. A lot of atheists dont either, or just disregard whatever evidence is presented because it doesnt reach a bar that they arbitrarily set. Many dont bother to take the time to see how the ancient world worked, to which I have some excellent resources on that here, here, and here.. Ancient historiography is not modern historiography. In our day and age, we have numerous recording devices and we all have access to ways to read and write for the most part. All of us communicate through the written word to some extent and we have added mediums the ...
Kasztner can be portrayed in a particularly negative light depending on how one chooses to frame the issue. The assumption that the Germans were on their last legs in spring 1944, and that their action was driven by a realization that they were running out of time, is as questionable as the idea that they had arrived with a master plan for the destruction of the Hungarian Jews. The reality is that after having liberated Ukraine up to the Dniester in spring 1944, the Soviets shifted their emphasis to the North, in preparation of the summer offensive (operation Bagration), and the front stabilized in the Southern sector for several months. In addition, the Western Allies had not yet landed in Normandy, and their amphibious operation had a 50-50 chance of failing or succeeding. The implication of this is that the idea, according to which some Germans may have sought a way of negotiating themselves out of their strategic predicament, and were willing to make a certain number of limited concessions, ...
Section 1: BILL SCHNEIDER: Okay. And you were going to tell us why Steve Cowper didnt push a little harder. TOM KOESTER: Well, I think the ‑‑ the primary reason is he felt, in my mind properly, that once he became Governor, it was no longer appropriate for him to ‑‑ to push a resolution of one issue at the expense of the other people that he represented as Governor.. Its ‑‑ obviously, this is a zero sum gain that were talking about when youre looking at a state budget, if you give more money to public safety, you give less money to education. If you give more money to mental health, you give less money to capital construction. Its the same with the land. Its a zero sum gain. Theres only so much of it. If youre going to put it in a park, youre not going to be selling it for subdivisions. If you ‑‑ if you put it in a wildlife refuge, youre not going to be mining it for minerals.. And as Governor, I think Steve felt properly it really is ‑‑ is not appropriate for me to ...
KAREN BREWSTER: One of the last questions I wanted to ask you about was looking back on your long and varied career. There it is, flashing by.. What you think of as your biggest accomplishment or biggest contribution to Alaskas legal system?. JUSTICE BRYNER: Im not sure I spend a lot of time thinking of myself as a contributor.. KAREN BREWSTER: Well, you were, I mean, you were on the first court of appeals. First chief justice of the court of appeals. You were in Alaska --. What I find fascinating is, you know, Alaska was a young state and all you guys in that time period were in on the ground floor.. And what that must have been like and how you may have influenced the development along the way?. JUSTICE BRYNER: And again to sort of shelve that question aside. I havent spent a lot of time in introspection.. I guess because of the kind of childhood Ive had, sort of growing up on the streets of Menlo Park, California. I always feel that Ive succeeded if I manage to get through a day without ...
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Civilization rests on a series of successful conversations. -Sam Harris. Sam Harris-neuroscientist, philosopher, and bestselling author-has been exploring some of the most important questions about the human mind, society, and current events on his podcast, Making Sense. With over one million downloads per episode, these discussions have clearly hit a nerve, frequently walking a tightrope where either host or guest-and sometimes both-lose their footing, but always in search of a greater understanding of the world in which we live. For Harris, honest conversation, no matter how difficult or controversial, represents the only path to moral and intellectual progress.. This book includes a dozen of the best conversations from Making Sense, including talks with Daniel Kahneman, Timothy Snyder, Nick Bostrom, and Glenn Loury, on topics that range from the nature of consciousness and free will, to politics and extremism, to living ethically. Together they shine a light on what it means to make sense ...
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RIBBONS O F MEMORIES: A N A M E R I C A N - S C A N D I N A V I AN ORAL HISTORY PROJECT EDWARD F. AND GERDA SUNDBERG Over two and a half million people left their homes, their friends, their work, and their problems in the Nordic countries between 1847 and 1917 to come to the United States. The old parish records and sailing lists chronicle their leaving. Their experiences of going to and settling in the new land were often detailed in the letters they mailed back home. Some even kept diaries. A few wrote books. But even today, very few oral histories have been recorded on tape. Fewer yet have been t r a n s c r i b e d or indexed and made available at colleges, universities, and archives for use by students and scholars. RIBBONS OF MEMORIES, an American-Scandinavian Ethnic Heritage Oral History Program, is a research project which is attempting to preserve on cassette tapes the experiences, tales, and stories of those Scandinavians who came to the United States during the Great Migration and ...
ORAL HISTORY of Norm Johnson Animal Damage Control Program (Retired) Interviewed by Dorothe Norton On March 22, 2005 Oral History Program U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center Shepherdstown, West VirginiaPage 1 Oral History: NORM JOHNSON [Also in the room, Norms wife Barbara.] Position: Animal Damage Control Program Location: At his home, Webster, Wisconsin Interviewer: Dorothe Norton Interview Date: 04/22/2005 DN: It is April 22, 2005 and this interview will be with Norm Johnson and Dorothe Norton. So, we will begin by asking you, Norm, where and when you were born? NJ: I was born May 18, 1930 near Lemington, Wisconsin. It is south of Couderay, which is like 50 miles east of where we are right now. Were in Webster, just off of highway 70. My dads name was Roy Johnson, and my mother was Thora Johnson. My father was a farmer and my mother was a housewife. I had two brothers and one sister. My grandmother had 15 children. Vick LaValasavick, who is a retired agent ...
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Considering Torso: The Evelyn Dick Story is a made for TV movie it is quite impressive and manages to rise above the usual look and issues with often cause TV movies to seem cheap and some times nasty. But despite having a much better look than the norm and a far more interesting story to the norm Torso: The Evelyn Dick Story ends up feeling wrong because of its focus. What to me the focus should have been on is the story and the suggestion that Evelyn was in fact being manipulated by and covering for her controlling parents but instead the focus seems to be more on making Evelyn appearing like a sexy femme fatale, a red lipped man eater which ends up spoiling it.
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The end of the Cold war has seen an explosion in Holocaust history, and some significant changes in the main historiographical explanations. The return of ideology that began displacing the functionalist or structuralist dominance of the 1980s remains strong. But it is being supplemented by very detailed regional and local studies, by analyses of different experiences of ghettoization in different places, and by a focus on the widespread plunder and corruption that accompanied the killing process. This enormous attention to detail reveals that the Holocaust unfolded differently in different places; but it also demonstrates the existence of an overall framework in which all the operations took place, what we might call an antisemitic consensus. Simultaneously, historians have broadened the discussion of the Holocaust, situating it into a transnational or world-historical context of imperialism and colonialism. Stone outlines in broad brush some of these themes, and asks what effects they ...
ORAL HISTORY Of Fred Jacobson U.S. Game Management Agent (Retired) Interviewed by Dorothe Norton On April 18, 2005 Oral History Program U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center Shepherdstown, West Virginia Oral History - Fred Jacobson U.S. Game Management Agent Interviewer: Dorothe Norton Interview Date 04/18/05 DN: Today is Monday, April 18, 2005. This interview will be with Fred Jacobson and Dorothe Norton. Thank you. DN: Well, thank you so much for the good directions you gave and also, then, for letting Helen bring me out so I could find your place. But, Im glad you have the time, Fred, to be able to do this interview, and its just so you will never be forgotten. And Im sure that youve made enough contributions to the Fish and Wildlife Service that you dont want to be forgotten. So, lets start out trying to find out a little bit about you, like where and when you were born. FJ: Cumberland, Wisconsin on November 26, 1917 - Thanksgiving Day. DN: Okay. And, did ...
The voices of the civil rights movement swelled into a wave of protest that profoundly changed America. This collection of interviews seeks to make this massive movement local and understandable by reducing it into its smallest parts-the people that participated, in small and large ways. These people were former slaves who taught their children the value of education, or high school principals who insisted on punctuality. Drawing together interviews from a variety of Southern Oral History Program collections, this cluster includes interviews with students and teachers at West Charlotte High School in Charlotte, North Carolina, where the successes of integration are encountering the realities of a segregated past; the difficult transition to integrated schooling for students at the all-black Lincoln High School in Chapel Hill, North Carolina; and the roles of black workers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This collection gives voice to the voices, loud and soft, of the movement ...
COCHRANE, WILLIAM EDWARD, rancher; b. 8 Sept. 1858 in Packington, near Lichfield, England, son of Basil Edward Arthur Cochrane and Sally Caroline Fitzgerald; m. 19 Feb. 1887 Evelyn Constance Clementina Lamb (d. 28 May 1908) in London, and they had one son; d. 7 March 1929 in Ballycarney (Republic of Ireland).. William E. Cochrane, known as Billy, was a grand-nephew of the famous seaman Thomas Cochrane, 10th Earl of Dundonald. Among his other relatives were Sir Thomas John Cochrane*, an early governor of Newfoundland, and Douglas Mackinnon Baillie Hamilton Cochrane*, who as the 12th Earl of Dundonald would become commander of the Canadian militia. Billy was one of a number of well-to-do young Britons who came to the Alberta foothills in the 1880s in search of adventure. He stayed to play an important part in the economic and social development of the region. Although the historiography of the Canadian range has tended to emphasize the role of four or five large corporate ranch companies [see ...
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Making sense of spirituality in music therapy: Some research orientations, contradictions and ways forward. Jerome Booth Music Therapy Centre, ARU, Cambridge Campus. Monday 16 April, 5.30-6.30pm.
I am the Wayne Perry Professor of Taxation at New York University Law School. My research mainly emphasizes tax policy, government transfers, budgetary measures, social insurance, and entitlements reform. My most recent books are (1) Decoding the U.S. Corporate Tax (2009) and (2) Taxes, Spending, and the U.S. Governments March Toward Bankruptcy (2006). My other books include Do Deficits Matter? (1997), When Rules Change: An Economic and Political Analysis of Transition Relief and Retroactivity (2000), Making Sense of Social Security Reform (2000), Who Should Pay for Medicare? (2004), Taxes, Spending, and the U.S. Governments March Towards Bankruptcy (2006), Decoding the U.S. Corporate Tax (2009), and Fixing the U.S. International Tax Rules (forthcoming). I am also the author of a novel, Getting It. I am married with two children (boys aged 16 and 19) as well as four (!) cats. For my wife Pats quilting blog, see Patwigs Blog ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Making sense of lung-cancer gene-expression profiles. AU - Wigle, Dennis A.. AU - Tsao, Ming. AU - Jurisica, Igor. N1 - Copyright: Copyright 2010 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.. PY - 2004. Y1 - 2004. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=1342287336&partnerID=8YFLogxK. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/citedby.url?scp=1342287336&partnerID=8YFLogxK. U2 - 10.1186/gb-2004-5-2-309. DO - 10.1186/gb-2004-5-2-309. M3 - Article. C2 - 14759255. AN - SCOPUS:1342287336. VL - 5. JO - Genome Biology. JF - Genome Biology. SN - 1474-7596. IS - 2. M1 - 309. ER - ...
1. Ted Talk - Aaron OConnell: Making sense of a visible quantum object. Physicists are used to the idea that subatomic particles behave according to the bizarre rules of quantum mechanics, completely different to human-scale objects. In a breakthrough experiment, Aaron OConnell has blurred that distinction by creating an object that is visible to the unaided eye, but provably in two places at the same time. In this talk he suggests an intriguing way of thinking about the result. (ted.com) Very cool. ...
Suicide is a difficult subject for many people to talk about or try and face, said Shanay Scott, chairperson of the Mental Health Awareness Committee and organiser of the free screening event.. We encourage not only those in our community who have lost loved ones to suicide, to attend this event, but anyone interested in the subject. Human Resources professionals, counsellors and clergy may gain deeper insight and understanding that may better equip them to help survivors as well as those contemplating suicide.. Critically acclaimed, EVELYN was created by the Academy Award winning filmmakers of The White Helmets and Virunga. It follows Evelyns family 14 years after his death as they decide to walk the length of the UK to try and talk about him - something they had failed to do until that time.. Free to the public, EVELYN will be shown at 3:30pm on Sunday 1 December at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI). Doors will open at 3pm and a brief panel discussion will follow the ...
why you do not consider biblical accounts to be only theological and not historical facts.//. Simple. Present a historical contemporary document that proves Mary was visited by an angel, and Ill conclude the story is a historical fact instead of theological.. If a story has historical evidence, it can become a historical fact. A mystical story with no historical evidence yet told as fact anyway is a theological story.. //There is more archeological evidence for the bible being a historical document than any other ancient works//. Incorrect.. Prior to the 1970s one can be forgiven for thinking that archeology is the handmaid of the bible-for one archeological dig after another seemed to confirm it. But this is no longer true. Scholars are questioning the whole paradigm of biblical archaeology, which starts with the assumption that the Bible is a reliable guide for field research. Indeed, there is now so much contrary evidence against the historical accuracy of the Bible that the term biblical ...
Repeatedly an unfaithful servant to the systematizing and unifying impulses of aesthetics and philosophy, Fionn Meade will present a Proposition that will consider how and when artworks enact critique, and why this discernment involves an indispensable entanglement with historiography. To include reflections on Marcel Broodthaers, Rosemarie Trockel, and Group Material, as well as art historian Aby Warburg and writer Danilo Kiš, potential typologies will be outlined. Meade will be joined by artist Jesse Jones on Day Two of his Proposition. Propositions is a public forum that explores ideas in development. Each two-day seminar introduces a topic of current investigation in an invited speakers own artistic or intellectual practice. Over the course of a seminar session, these developing ideas are responded to, researched, and discussed to propel them forward in unique ways. Fionn Meade is a curator and writer based in New York. He has most recently been Curator at Sculpture Center, New York, where ...
Veröffentlicht am 5. März 2017. No one can legislate historical truth, said Timothy Garton Ash commenting on the bill voted in the French parliament in 2006 criminalizing denial of the Armenian genocide.[1] Yet, historical truth has been often legislated and decided upon outside of the frameworks of professional historiography. Law makes history and writes the past, going beyond responding to historical change.[2] Although the issue of history in the courtroom is problematic and a research area on its own, the courts nevertheless produce the documentation which can open new perspectives relevant for the field of contemporary history as well as memory studies.. The law is an important aspect of the state-sanctioned memory politics in contemporary Serbia, centering on the reinterpretation of the socialist period and the Second World War as the Yugoslav main legitimacy source. Unlike the majority of the post-socialist countries which have established institutes of national remembrance and museums ...
1 The mass graves, real or imaginary, were located in the eastern area of the camp.. 2 Equivalent to the German word Schachtofen [pit furnace], an enormous cylinder of refractory material employed for the production of gas from the gasification of coal. No installation of this type ever existed at Auschwitz.. 3 Kombinat smjerti v Osvjetzimje. Pravda, 2 February 1945, p. 4.. 4 Gjermanskij lagjer smjerti v Polscje (German Death Camp in Poland). Pravda, 24 March 1944, p. 4.. 5 This corresponds to a cremation capacity of 115,200 bodies in 24 hours!. 6 A person unknown to Holocaust historiography.. 7 From a Memorandum by Mr. Lieberman, September 27, 1945, in: Azriel Eisenberg, The Lost Generation: Children in the Holocaust. Pilgrim Press, New York, 1982, pp. 139-141. As a source, the author mentions: Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression, Vol. VI, Office of United States Chief Counsel for Prosecution of Axis Criminality, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1946; Vol. XI, pp. 1100-1103 (Document D ...
M. Mikell Johnson has produced a groundbreaking work in sports history, which focuses on the exploits and organisation of black women in golf. JoAnn Gregory-Overstreet notes in the foreword that Johnsons book represents the first complete body of work dedicated to the love of the game of golf exhibited by pioneering women of color (p. ix). These pioneers were seemingly far removed from the white, male, privileged world of the country club (p. ix). Not only is it a history that was far removed from the white, male world of golf, but it is one also removed from the historiography of golf and sport histories, even works on the history of blacks in sport. This work, therefore, is valuable because no monograph exists on this topic, and Johnson adds to our understanding of golf, blacks in golf, and female sport histories.. Since sport historically has for the most part been considered a male domain, the history of sport has generally highlighted male achievements, and many scholars who write ...
Chronicles and contextualizes the authors contributions to the history of medicine. In this title, the author examines the politics of conceptual and methodological shifts in historiography. He examines the double bind of postmodernism and biological or neurological modelling that, together, threaten academic history.. ...
The book Sonderkommando Auschwitz is presented as The Truth about the Gas Chambers and A Unique Testimony. These reports are completely unfounded, even from the point of view of the historiography of the Holocaust.. The book supplies in fact no truth which was previously unknown and only repeats in a confused and vague manner some truths which were already known. It provides no major contribution, or even anything new, to our knowledge of Auschwitz, on the contrary, it systematically evades all historically relevant questions.. The chronology is practically non-existent. After the date of arrival at Auschwitz, on 11 April 1944[260], the next date to appear in the book is the beginning of October 1944[261], so that the story of almost five months of activity of the Sonderkommando of Crematorium III takes place in a sort of time outside time. Venezia provides no historically useful information on this Sonderkommando: how many prisoners it consisted of, how they were allocated to the ...
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: 346 Reviews Eftihia D. Liata, H ΣÎ-ϕιφος κατά την Τουϕκοκϕατία (17ος-19ος αι.). Athens: Research and Educational Foundation of the Commercial Bank of Greece. 1987. Pp. 232. This book is one of a series of studies on modern Greek history published by the Research and Educational Foundation of the Commercial Bank of Greece. The Foundation funds research projects or the revision of doctoral dissertations with the purpose of producing a series of elegantly published books on the modern economic and social history of Greece. The series, which consists of ten studies published between 1985 and 1987, reflects the high quality of scholarship in Greek historiography in recent years. Of the two main currents in this corpus of work, one tending towards broader theoretical analyses and the second focusing upon narrower concerns, Liatas ...
A conception of the idiotic mind was used to substantiate late 19th-century theories of mental evolution. A new school of animal/comparative psychologists attempted from the 1870s to demonstrate that evolution was a mental as well as a physical process. This intellectual enterprise necessitated the closure, or narrowing, of the consciousness gap between human and animal species. A concept of a quasi-non-conscious human mind, set against conscious intention and ability in higher animals, provided an explanatory framework for the human-animal continuum and the evolution of consciousness. The article addresses a significant lacuna in the historiographies of intellectual disability, animal science, and evolutionary psychology, where the application of a conception of human idiocy to advance theories of consciousness evolution has not hitherto been explored. These ideas retain contemporary resonance in ethology and cognitive psychology, and in the theory of speciesism, outlined by Peter Singer in ...
A conception of the idiotic mind was used to substantiate late 19th-century theories of mental evolution. A new school of animal/comparative psychologists attempted from the 1870s to demonstrate that evolution was a mental as well as a physical process. This intellectual enterprise necessitated the closure, or narrowing, of the consciousness gap between human and animal species. A concept of a quasi-non-conscious human mind, set against conscious intention and ability in higher animals, provided an explanatory framework for the human-animal continuum and the evolution of consciousness. The article addresses a significant lacuna in the historiographies of intellectual disability, animal science, and evolutionary psychology, where the application of a conception of human idiocy to advance theories of consciousness evolution has not hitherto been explored. These ideas retain contemporary resonance in ethology and cognitive psychology, and in the theory of speciesism, outlined by Peter Singer in ...
The Writing Remains symposium took place on Friday 20th January, the same day as the inauguration of the new President of the United States Donald Trump, so it was perhaps inevitable that our discussions of the relationship between literature and archaeology turned toward the potential pitfalls of blurring fiction and fact.. Archaeologist Dr Robert Witcher questioned the place of fictional techniques in archaeological research in a post-truth world, but noted that anxieties around the use of narrative in archaeology were nothing new and outlined the many different ways in which literary approaches have shaped archaeological writing and practice.. Dr Jerome de Groot, a literary scholar, suggested that scientific archaeology, and its well-publicised usage in studies of human remains including those of Richard III, is changing popular conceptions of history as well as historiography itself; he argued DNA evidence and scientific reading has become a new form of historical practice. His talk ...
The Vietnam War provides us a new opportunity to examine the history of the war and to examine ourselves and our nation. Burns and Novicks documentary will be evaluated based on the historiography they employ, the balance and fairness of their approach, whether they give equal weight to the Vietnamese voices as to the American voices, and their objectivity. Let us not forget the Vietnam War. Let us not, in the name of misguided foreign policy, allow the government to send our young men and women abroad to kill and to be killed ...
Must Read Book. Barry, John, Rising Tide: The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 and How It Changed America (1997).. One of the best books Ive read in the last several years is John Barrys Rising Tide. Aside from its original and substantive contributions to our knowledge of the ecological and social history of the Mississippi River valley, it is a superb model of history-writing, in which the analytical and narrative modes are not only combined but integrated. It is also a model of interdisciplinary historiography, which integrates the methods and research-product of several disciplines. It is also compelling reading. Recommended by Richard Slotkin, Professor, Wesleyan University. Olin Professor of English and American Studies Richard Slotkin has established a reputation as one of the preeminent cultural critics of our times. His award-winning trilogy on the myth of the frontier in America, which includes Regeneration Through Violence, The Fatal Environment, and Gunfighter Nation offers an ...
Alexandre H. (2001). A history of mammalian embryological research. Int. J. Dev. Biol. , 45, 457-67. PMID: 11417885 Spradling AC. (1997). The Carnegie Institution of Washington, Department of Embryology. Mol. Med. , 3, 417-9. PMID: 9260153 Hamburger V. (1996). Introduction: Johannes Holtfreter, pioneer in experimental embryology. Dev. Dyn. , 205, 214-6. PMID: 8850558 ,214::AID-AJA2,3.0.CO;2-L DOI. Steinbeisser H. (1996). The impact of Spemanns concepts on molecular embryology. Int. J. Dev. Biol. , 40, 63-8. PMID: 8735912 Noe A. (1996). Serial sections and human embryology: a new research initiative. Comput Med Imaging Graph , 20, 415-22. PMID: 9007209 Gilbert SF. (1998). Bearing crosses: a historiography of genetics and embryology. Am. J. Med. Genet. , 76, 168-82. PMID: 9511981 Leperchey F & Barbet JP. (1998). [The origins of embryology. Epistemologic and cultural viewpoints]. Morphologie , 82, 19-28. PMID: 9949997 Sapp J. (1997). Jean Brachet, lhérédité générale and the origins of ...
Anderson, David (2020) Kenyas war in Somalia. In: Cheeseman, Nic and Kanyinga, Karuti and Lynch, Gabrielle, (eds.) The Handbook of Kenyan Politics. Oxford Handbooks . Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 576-589. ISBN 9780198815693 Dewiere, Remi (2020) Le Pays des Garamantes est celuy la mesme quî est dessus de la ville de Fessan. Pierre Girard et lhistoire antique du Sahara au xviie siècle. In: Guédon, Stéphanie, (ed.) Vivre, circuler et échanger sur la bordure septentrionale du Sahara (Antiquité-époque moderne). Scripta Receptoria (18). Bordeaux: Ausonius éditions, pp. 285-309. ISBN 9782356135995 Dewiere, Remi (2020) Maġāzī du Borno (Nord Nigeria, xve‑xvie siècles) (Les). In: Kouamé, Anne and Meyer, Eric and Viguier, Anne, (eds.) Encyclopédie des historiographies : Afriques, Amériques, Asies. Paris: Presses de lINALCO, pp. 1071-1079. Dewiere, Remi (2020) Refugees in Africa (15th-18th c.). In: Antunes, Catia, (ed.) Cambridge History of Global Migrations (vol. 1). ...
I would be inclined to say that the notion offered in this re-statement, that public space isnt exhausted by politics (or that there is a kind of broader sense of politics at stake in public space), is already anticipated in The Human Condition itself, whether Arendt intended this or not. Evidence for this claim is provided by the fact that, as it appears to me, Chapter 4 of the book (on Work) is intellectually more powerful than Chapter 5 (on Action), or offers a more central account of Arendts philosophical concerns. As I interpret Arendts final reflections on judging, her project to base an answer to the problem of mortality on the imperishable meaning of what political agents enact through speaking and acting doesnt really work since the self enacted stories of historical praxis still require art (poetry, historiography) in order to fashion them as memorable and therefore durable sites of meaning. One can pose a second challenge: Isnt this whole way of thinking about politics ...
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University of California Berkeley REGIONAL ORAL HISTORY OFFICE Regional Oral History Office University of California The Bancroft Library Berkeley, California The Wine Spectator California Winemen Oral History Series Morris Katz PAUL MASSON WINERY OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT, 1944-1988 With an Introduction by Otto E. Meyer An Interview Conducted by Ruth Teiser in 1990 Copyright 1990 by The Regents of the University of California MORRIS KATZ Since 1954 the Regional Oral History Office has been interviewing leading participants in or well -placed witnesses to major events in the development of Northern California, the West, and the Nation. Oral history is a modern research technique involving an interviewee and an informed interviewer in spontaneous conversation. The taped record is transcribed, lightly edited for continuity and clarity, and reviewed by the interviewee. The resulting manuscript is typed in final form, indexed, bound with photographs and illustrative materials, and placed in The ...
Evelyn leads Transition to Adult Care at the Royal Childrens Hospital (RCH) Melbourne, managing an integral hospital-wide service which cares for over 1600 patients annually across all disciplines and partnering with paediatric and adult health services, general practice and the community.. Evelyns leadership in the field of transition care has resulted in positive outcomes for patients and their families including the implementation of a new model of care for young people with an Intellectual Disability and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder with mental health or behavioural concerns, and her involvement in the Royal Commission into Victorias Mental Health system for patients with neuro-cognitive or intellectual disabilities with mental illness.. Other recent initiatives include a 3-year international interdisciplinary transition study with Finland, the development of Esophageal Atresia transition care guidelines with the International Network on Esophageal Atresia, an NHMRC project to improve the ...
The High Court has awarded 850,000 Euros compensation to the family of Evelyn Flanagan, who died in tragic circumstances after giving birth to her second child at Mayo General Hospital.. The court heard how Evelyn (38) from Castlebar, County Mayo, had given birth to her daughter Niamh in October 2007 when her condition suddenly deteriorated due to complications. Staff at the Mayo General Hospital were unable to save her life and a post-mortem shortly after suggested that Evelyn´s death was due an amniotic fluid embolism.. Evelyn´s husband - Padraic - refuted the suggested, and claimed that Evelyn had died due to a postpartum haemorrhage that was the result of a rupture of her uterus which was not detected or adequately dealt with - a claim supported by the findings of an inquest into Evelyn´s death which returned a verdict of death by medical misadventure.. Padraic Flanagan made a claim for compensation against the Mayo General Hospital and Dr Murtada Mohamed, who had been the consultant ...
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AIME thanks its Member Society, SME, for funding the digitization of fifteen of the oral histories below. These interviews conducted by University of California-Berkeleys Bancroft Library Regional Oral History Office in the 1970-90s help to preserve significant milestones shared by key leaders within our disciplines. AIME funded capture of the most recent fifteen. We truly value these important partnerships to preserve and promote AIMEs legacy.. To help achieve the element of its mission honoring the legacy and traditions of AIME, the History and Heritage Committee (HHC) is seeking candidates for oral history capture to preserve and promote achievements in our fields and share prominent member stories with future generations. Use this form to submit a candidate.. To access more recent captures of members from the AIME family on U.C. Berkeleys site, visit Global Mining and Materials Research Project. AIMEs entire oral history collection can also be found on the Engineering and Technology ...
BANG/ MSS 93/78c BANG University of California Berkeley Regional Oral History Office University of California The Bancroft Library Berkeley, California The Wine Spectator California Winemen Oral History Series Richard L. Maher CALIFORNIA WINERY MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING Interviews Conducted by Ruth Teiser in 1990 and 1991 Copyright e 1992 by The Regents of the University of California Since 1954 the Regional Oral History Office has been interviewing leading participants in or well -placed witnesses to major events in the development of Northern California, the West, and the Nation. Oral history is a modern research technique involving an interviewee and an informed interviewer in spontaneous conversation. The taped record is transcribed, lightly edited for continuity and clarity, and reviewed by the interviewee. The resulting manuscript is typed in final form, indexed, bound with photographs and illustrative materials, and placed in The Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley, ...
The NIAAA-sponsored National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions-III (NESARC-III), conducted from 2012 to 2013, is the newest wave of the largest study ever conducted on alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drug use and disorders; related risk factors; and associated physical and mental disabilities. With data on more than 36,000 U.S. adults, NESARC-III promises to be a primary source of information for scientists throughout the United States, many of whom used earlier NESARC data in hundreds of studies across multiple disciplines and disease areas.
DOD spends hundreds of millions of dollars annually to recruit, educate, train, and retain military physicians and dentists. Despite this, DOD has had trouble meeting its needs for certain critical specialists, in part because it pays less than the private sector. In 2017, the maximum a military physician or dentist could earn was less than the private sector median in 21 of 27 specialties we reviewed.To help inform future decisions about the size and types of incentives to offer, we recommend that DOD collect information on the cost to replace current personnel, acceptance rates for retention bonuses, and private sector wages.A surgeon at work at an Army hospitalA surgeon performing a procedureIn 2017, cash compensation for military physicians and dentists in most of the 27 medical and dental specialties GAO reviewed was generally less than the median compensation of private sector civilians, but the Department of Defense (DOD) provides substantial deferred and noncash benefits, such as retirement
The operative report is truly a goldmine of information. This is true in ICD-9, and it will be even more important in ICD-10, when coders will need to...
OSBI Criminalistics Services Division Quality Manual Revision #3 Effective Date: 12-31-10 Page 2 of 42 OSBI CSD Quality Manual Revision #3 Effective Date: 12-31-10 Distribution: All CSD Personnel Approved By: Andrea Swiech, Division Director Table of Contents OSBI Mission and Vision Foreword Quality Policy Section Subject 1 Scope 2 References 3 Glossary 4 Management 4.1 Organization (QP 1) 4.2 Management system 4.3 Document control (QP 2) 4.3.1 General 4.3.2 Approval and Issue 4.3.3 Document changes (QP 3) 4.4 Review of requests, tenders, and contracts (QP 4) 4.5 Subcontracting tests 4.6 Purchasing Services and Supplies (QP 8, QP 9) 4.7 Service to the customer (QP 10, QP 11) 4.8 Complaints (QP 12) 4.9 Control of nonconforming testing (QP 13) 4.10 Improvement Page 3 of 42 OSBI CSD Quality Manual Revision #3 Effective Date: 12-31-10 Distribution: All CSD Personnel Approved By: Andrea Swiech, Division Director Table of Contents Section Subject 4.11 Corrective action (QP 14) 4.11.1 General 4.11.2 ...
OSBI Criminalistics Services Division Quality Manual Revision #3 Effective Date: 12-31-10 Page 2 of 42 OSBI CSD Quality Manual Revision #3 Effective Date: 12-31-10 Distribution: All CSD Personnel Approved By: Andrea Swiech, Division Director Table of Contents OSBI Mission and Vision Foreword Quality Policy Section Subject 1 Scope 2 References 3 Glossary 4 Management 4.1 Organization (QP 1) 4.2 Management system 4.3 Document control (QP 2) 4.3.1 General 4.3.2 Approval and Issue 4.3.3 Document changes (QP 3) 4.4 Review of requests, tenders, and contracts (QP 4) 4.5 Subcontracting tests 4.6 Purchasing Services and Supplies (QP 8, QP 9) 4.7 Service to the customer (QP 10, QP 11) 4.8 Complaints (QP 12) 4.9 Control of nonconforming testing (QP 13) 4.10 Improvement Page 3 of 42 OSBI CSD Quality Manual Revision #3 Effective Date: 12-31-10 Distribution: All CSD Personnel Approved By: Andrea Swiech, Division Director Table of Contents Section Subject 4.11 Corrective action (QP 14) 4.11.1 General 4.11.2 ...
Slavery is the status or condition of a person over whom any or all of the powers attaching to the right of ownership are exercised. So reads the legal definition of slavery agreed by the League of Nations in 1926. Further enshrined in law during international negotiations in 1956 and 1998, this definition has been interpreted in different ways by the international courts in the intervening years. What can be considered slavery? Should forced labour be considered slavery? Debt-bondage? Child soldiering? Or forced marriage? This book explores the limits of how slavery is understood in law. It shows how the definition of slavery in law and the contemporary understanding of slavery has continually evolved and continues to be contentious. It traces the evolution of concepts of slavery, from Roman law through the Middle Ages, the 18th and 19th centuries, up to the modern day manifestations, including manifestations of forced labour and trafficking in persons, and considers how the 1926 definition can
We spend our lives fighting to get people very slightly more stupid than ourselves to accept truths that the great men have always known. They have known for thousands of years that to lock a sick person into solitary confinement makes him worse. They have known for thousands of years that a poor man who is frightened of his landlord and of the police is a slave. They have known it. We know it. But do the great enlightened mass of the British people know it? No. It is our task, Ella, yours and mine, to tell them. Because the great men are too great to be bothered. They are already discovering how to colonise Venus and to irrigate the moon. That is what is important for our time. You and I are the boulder-pushers. All our lives, you and I, well put all our energies, all our talents into pushing a great boulder up a mountain. The boulder is the truth that the great men know by instinct, and the mountain is the stupidity of mankind. ...
The website of the Eisenhower Library in Abilene, Kansas, is an access portal for oral histories of the administration that are available through multiple institutions, primarily the Eisenhower Library, the Columbia University Oral History Project, as well as other libraries with smaller collections. The library website provides detailed abstracts of linked interviews, but in most cases researchers must visit the repositories to access transcripts for audio files. (A limited number of transcripts are available online.) The full list of interviews is available at the Eisenhower librarys oral history page.. An initial survey reveals nineteen interviews with abstracts or transcripts available through the Eisenhower library that contain significant content pertaining to regulatory issues. These interviews provide a window on the evolution of the post-war American regulatory state, with particular attention to global contexts, including the Cold War, the Korean war, the development of the European ...
Pearce continues by highlighting the complex relationship between objects and social ideas, noting that social ideas cannot exist without physical content, but physical objects are meaningless without social content (Pearce, 1992: 21). In other words, collections are physical representations of social constructs. Similarly, the objects themselves become meaningless without knowledge of the social ideas that underpin their cultural and historical significance.. In keeping with the idea of active and passive objects, and in addition to the social meanings and histories bestowed upon objects by the act of collecting, it can be argued that objects and collections themselves acquire new meanings as a result of the exhibition, display, and interpretation practices of cultural institutions. Christopher Whitehead has written widely on how institutions contribute to the construction of knowledge and disciplinarity, and identifies the museum as an institutional and spatial site which strongly ...
Historiography[edit]. *Eisenmann, Linda. "Reconsidering a Classic: Assessing the History of Women's Higher Education a Dozen ... Nash, Margaret A. "The historiography of education for girls and women in the United States." in William J Reese, William J. ...
Historiography[edit]. Bishop William Stubbs, in his Constitutional History (1873-78), emphasised Edward I's contribution to the ... There is also a great difference between English and Scottish historiography on King Edward. G. W. S. Barrow, in his biography ...
Historiography[edit]. In recent years, historians have agreed that they need to rethink the role of conservatism in recent ...
Historiography[edit]. *Bickel, Marcel H. "Thomas N Bonner (1923-2003), medical historian." Journal of medical biography (2016) ...
Historiography. *. Braddick, Michael (2004), "State Formation and the Historiography of Early Modern England", History Compass ... Holmes, Clive (1980), "The County Community in Stuart Historiography", Journal of British Studies, 19 (1): 54-73. ... Burgess, Glenn (1990), "On revisionism: an analysis of early Stuart historiography in the 1970s and 1980s", Historical Journal ... Devereaux, Simon (2009), "The historiography of the English state during 'the Long Eighteenth Century': Part I-Decentralized ...
Historiography[edit]. Debate over the conquest started almost immediately. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, when discussing the death ... Issues in Historiography. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. ISBN 978-0-7190-4913-2. .. ...
Historiography[edit]. Further information: Baltic Slavic piracy, Narentines, Maurice's Balkan campaigns, Strategicon of Maurice ... associated with the Antes people of Byzantine historiography). In the Carpathian basin, the Eurasian Avars began to be ...
Historiography[edit]. The history of Nero's reign is problematic in that no historical sources survived that were contemporary ...
Historiography[edit]. The Christian flag displayed alongside the flag of the United States next to the pulpit in a church in ...
Historiography[edit]. *Boles, John B., ed. A companion to the American South (2008). emphasis on historiography. ... Writing Southern history; essays in historiography in honor of Fletcher M. Green (1965). essays by experts on the ... historiography of the main topics.. *Rabinowitz, Howard N., and James Michael Russell. "What Urban History Can Teach Us About ...
Historiography[edit]. Henry and his reign have attracted historians for many years.[360] In the 18th century the historian ... Alexander, James W. (1970). "The Becket Controversy in Recent Historiography". The Journal of British Studies. 9 (2): 1-26. doi ...
Historiography[edit]. The Historian Mark Blaug has defended the Old Poor Law system and criticised the Poor Law Amendment Act. ...
Historiography of the British Empire. References[edit]. *^ Ferguson, Niall (2004). Empire, The rise and demise of the British ... Historiography[edit]. *Furber, Elizabeth Chapin, ed. Changing views on British history: essays on historical writing since 1939 ... A Mad, Bad, and Dangerous People?: England 1783-1846 (2006) historiography pp 664-723 online ...
Historiography[edit]. *Depkat, Volker. "Introduction: American History/ies in Germany: Assessments, Transformations, ... "Twentieth-Century German-American Relations: Historiography and Research Perspectives" in Frank Trommler, Joseph McVeigh eds., ...
Historiography[edit]. The popular myth that Catherine Parr acted more as her husband's nurse than his wife was born in the 19th ...
Historiography. *. Coleman, Christoper; Starkey, David, eds. (1986). Revolution Reassessed: Revision in the History of Tudor ... Historiography. The complexities and sheer scale of Henry's legacy ensured that, in the words of Betteridge and Freeman, " ... "Competing Narratives: Recent Historiography of the English Reformation under Henry VIII". 1997. Archived from the original on ... A particular focus of modern historiography has been the extent to which the events of Henry's life (including his marriages, ...
Historiography[edit]. *. Diefendorf, Barbara B. (2010). The Reformation and Wars of Religion in France: Oxford Bibliographies ... Frisch, Andrea Forgetting Differences: Tragedy, Historiography, and the French Wars of Religion (Edinburgh University Press, ...
Historiography[edit]. *Lee, Lloyd, ed. World War II in Asia and the Pacific and the War's aftermath, with General Themes: A ... The China-Burma-India Campaign, 1931-1945: Historiography and Annotated Bibliography (1998) online ...
Historiography[edit]. *Pulzer, Peter. "New Books on German-Jewish History" Central European History (1991) 24#2-3 pp: 176-86 ... He is described in Jewish historiography as a model of wisdom, humility, and piety, and became known to succeeding generations ...
Historiography[edit]. *Alfonso, Isabel, ed. The Rural History of Medieval European Societies. Trends and Perspectives, Turnhout ... In historiography, rural history is a field of study focusing on the history of societies in rural areas. At its inception, the ...
Historiography[edit]. Historian Lindsay Powell says Agrippina enjoyed a normal marriage and continued to show her devotion to ... L'Hoir, Francesca Santoro (2006), Tragedy, Rhetoric, and the Historiography of Tacitus' Annales, University of Michigan Press, ...
Historiography[edit]. The British historian Dominic Lieven wrote that much of the historiography about the campaign for various ...
Historiography. *Bieze, Michael Scott, and Marybeth Gasman, eds. Booker T. Washington Rediscovered (Johns Hopkins University ... and Education Shaped Washington Historiography, 1915-2010" (MA Thesis, LSU, 2015) online. ...
In historiography[edit]. In historiography the debate on positivism has been characterized by the quarrel between positivism ... Arguments against positivist approaches in historiography include that history differs from sciences like physics and ethology ...
Historiography concerning Somnath[edit]. Historians including Thapar, Eaton, and A. K. Majumdar have questioned the ... iconoclastic historiography of this incident. Thapar quoted Majmudar (1956): .mw-parser-output .templatequote{overflow:hidden; ...
Historiography[edit]. *. High, Steven (November 2013). ""The wounds of class": a historiographical reflection on the study of ...
Historiography[edit]. Olana has been the subject of scholarly study by a succession of students and experts on Church's life. ...
Historiography[edit]. *. Gagnon, Serge (1978). "The Historiography of New France, 1960-1974: Jean Hamelin to Louise Dechêne". ... Historiography[edit]. The Conquest (referring to the fall of New France to the British, and specifically the events of 1759-60 ... Greer, Allan (December 2010). National, Transnational, and Hypernational Historiographies: New France Meets Early American ...
Historiography[edit]. Multiple explanations have been offered since the 19th century for how evolution took place, given that ...
Historiography[edit]. *Dries, Angelyn. "'Perils of Ocean and Wilderness[: A Field Guide to North American Catholic History." ... "The Historiography of American Catholicism as Reflected in The Catholic Historical Review, 1915-2015." Catholic Historical ...
... "historiography of Canada", "historiography of the British Empire", the "historiography of early Islam", the "historiography of ... The New Ways of History: Developments in Historiography (I.B. Tauris, 2010) 260 pp; trends in historiography since 1990 ... Web Portal on Historiography and Historical Culture from University of Barcelona. *Basic guide to historiography research for ... Marxist historiography developed as a school of historiography influenced by the chief tenets of Marxism, including the ...
Pamela Kyle Crossley, "The Historiography of Modern China," in Michael Bentley, ed., Companion to Historiography (Taylor & ... Critique of orthodox historiography.. *Joshua A. Fogel. Politics and Sinology: The Case of Naito Konan (1866-1934). Cambridge, ... Winston Hsieh, Chinese Historiography on the Revolution of 1911 : A Critical Survey and a Selected Bibliography (Stanford, CA: ... Chinese historiography is the study of the techniques and sources used by historians to develop the recorded history of China. ...
Serbian historiography does not support the viewpoint of the Historiography of Albania that the progenitors of Kosovan ... Serbian historiography (Serbian: Српска историографија/Srpska istoriografija) refers to the historiography (methodology of ... In Serbian historiography Prince Lazar, a figure who assembled Serb forces at the battle of Kosovo to fight the Ottomans is ... Serbian historiography in general holds the view that Western powers have always targeted Serbia and that the most of what has ...
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The Middle Ages in modern historiography: With the extraordinary growth of the academic discipline of history in the 19th ... The Middle Ages in modern historiography. With the extraordinary growth of the academic discipline of history in the 19th ...
Benjamin Quarles (1904-96) must be seen as a progressive historian if only because he believed that the acquisition of knowledge would lead to an improvement in the human condition. He had anoptimistic view of history that on the surface emphasized the importance of objectivity in seeking the truth. However, his persistent efforts to demonstrate the centrality of blacks in buildingAmerican civilization, and his criticism of those who did not share his belief in the mission of the United States in the world, show he was a conceptual historian with a clear agenda ...
Drawing on Swedish historiography and the history of technology, this essay poses questions about the ways Swedens often ... Sweden, Olof Rudbeck, Linnæus, northern historiography, Karlskrona, networks, digital technology National Category History of ...
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The historiography of Bohai in Russia. by The Historian; History Ancient civilization Educational aspects Civilization, ... MLA style: "The historiography of Bohai in Russia.." The Free Library. 2011 Phi Alpha Theta, History Honor Society, Inc. 21 Sep ... 25) Before we will discuss the differences between the various "national schools" of historiography further, lets return to ... S.v. The historiography of Bohai in Russia.." Retrieved Sep 21 2020 from https://www.thefreelibrary.com/The+historiography+of+ ...
From Anthropocene Historiography to a New Understanding of The Present Ecocrisis. Achim Klüppelberg,Posted on 2021-05-10. ... I call this history writing attuned to human impact on the planet Anthropocene historiography. Such history could also be ... Another benefit of an Anthropocene historiography could be to inject critical thought on temporality into the future dimension ...
It aims to present a historiography of the EP, without limiting itself to the study of historical writing. Accordingly, it ... Historiography of the European Parliament: Changing perceptions of the institution from the 1950s to today 13-11-2018 ... It aims to present a historiography of the EP, without limiting itself to the study of historical writing. Accordingly, it ... It aims to present a historiography of the EP, without limiting itself to the study of historical writing. Accordingly, it ...
In: Dietrich M., Borrello M., Harman O. (eds) Handbook of the Historiography of Biology. Historiography of Science, vol 1. ... Part of the Historiography of Science book series (HISTSC, volume 1). Abstract. The molecularization of evolutionary biology ... deconstructing the historiography of molecular biology. Hist Sci 23(1-29):73-117PubMedCrossRefPubMedCentralGoogle Scholar ... Suárez-Díaz E. (2018) The Historiography of Molecular Evolution. ...
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Historiography is a continuous dialogue, always marked by new perspectives which enrich the understanding of the past but which ... 2 Three useful resources on historiography are G Eley, A crooked line: From cultural history to a history of society (Ann Arbor ... A global history of modern historiography. Harlow, England: Pearson Education. [ Links ]. Iliffe, J 1995. Africans: The history ... For historiography to become a meaningful concept for learners, the teacher needs to be an informed mediator. 2 The task then ...
Setting out this less familiar, but more fundamental, challenge to the very possibility of historiography is the first aim of ... The metaphysical challenge to historiography is that reality does not appear to co-operate in our cognitive endeavours by ... Keywords: truth-makers; historiography; abstract objects; time; truth; knowledge; real relations * Subscription and article ... Setting out this less familiar, but more fundamental, challenge to the very possibility of historiography is the first aim of ...
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In this opinion, he is in agreement with E.G. Browne, who compares Persian historiography adversely to Arab historiography, and ... "Iranian Historiography", in HME, pp. 430-4. 67. H.A.R. Gibb, Tarikh, in Studies on the Civilization of Islam, (eds. Stanford J ... Historiography was still regarded, both in Iran and the West, as a branch of literature, and style, in general, took precedence ... "The Historiography of Ottoman-Safavid Relations in the 16th and 17th Centuries:, in HME, p. 200, note 8. 45. Hodgson, III, p. ...
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  • Historiography is the study of the methods of historians in developing history as an academic discipline, and by extension is any body of historical work on a particular subject. (wikipedia.org)
  • Scholars discuss historiography by topic - such as the " historiography of the United Kingdom ", the " historiography of Canada ", " historiography of the British Empire ", the " historiography of early Islam ", the " historiography of China " - and different approaches and genres, such as political history and social history . (wikipedia.org)
  • Historiography was more recently defined as "the study of the way history has been and is written - the history of historical writing", which means that, "When you study 'historiography' you do not study the events of the past directly, but the changing interpretations of those events in the works of individual historians. (wikipedia.org)
  • By contrast, the term "historiography" is taken to refer to written history recorded in a narrative format for the purpose of informing future generations about events. (wikipedia.org)
  • In this limited sense, "ancient history" begins with the early historiography of Classical Antiquity , in about the 5th century BCE. (wikipedia.org)
  • Chinese historiography is the study of the techniques and sources used by historians to develop the recorded history of China . (wikipedia.org)
  • Serbian historiography (Serbian: Српска историографија/Srpska istoriografija) refers to the historiography (methodology of history studies) of the Serb people since the founding of Serbian statehood. (wikipedia.org)
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  • Newer theories of history, inspired by post-colonial and post-structuralist thought, may help to bridge this dilemma, since they argue for a linguistic approach to history, which in turn makes the analysis of historiography a central point of departure for the historian. (soas.ac.uk)
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  • The Renaissance has a long and complex historiography , and, in line with general scepticism of discrete periodizations , there has been much debate among historians reacting to the 19th-century glorification of the "Renaissance" and individual culture heroes as "Renaissance men", questioning the usefulness of Renaissance as a term and as a historical delineation. (wikipedia.org)
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  • During the 18th-century Age of Enlightenment, historiography in the Western world was shaped and developed by figures such as Voltaire, David Hume, and Edward Gibbon, who among others set the foundations for the modern discipline. (wikipedia.org)
  • During the Middle Ages, medieval historiography included the works of chronicles in medieval Europe, Islamic histories by Muslim historians, and the Korean and Japanese historical writings based on the existing Chinese model. (wikipedia.org)
  • A main contributor to Serbian historiography during the nineteenth century was diplomat Stojan Novaković, who compiled a voluminous bibliography and is regarded as the "father of the discipline of historical geography in Serbia" focusing on the Serbian people and state during the Middle Ages and the origins and development of the modern Serbian state. (wikipedia.org)
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  • The historiography of a specific topic covers how historians have studied that topic using particular sources, techniques, and theoretical approaches. (wikipedia.org)
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  • Ilarion Ruvarac (1832-1905) is regarded the founder of the critical school of Serbian historiography. (wikipedia.org)
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  • Serbian ecclesiastical historiography has coincided with nationalist perspectives contained within secular Serbian historiography. (wikipedia.org)
  • Throughout the post war era, though Tito denounced nationalist sentiments in historiography, those trends continued with Croat and Serbian academics at times accusing each other of misrepresenting each other's histories, especially in relation to the Croat-Nazi alliance. (wikipedia.org)
  • Jovan Rajić (1726-1801) was the forerunner to modern Serbian historiography, and has been compared to the importance of Nikolay Karamzin to Russian historiography. (wikipedia.org)
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  • In the late 1890s, although deeply learned in the traditional forms, Liang Qichao began to publish extensive and influential studies and polemics that converted young readers to a new type of historiography that Liang regarded as more scientific. (wikipedia.org)
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  • Serbian historiography was mostly focused on national issues during the Society of Serbian Scholarship and Serbian Learned Society (1841-1886). (wikipedia.org)
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