... and extent of the translation of 'Roman' liturgical forms and texts, their reception alongside non-Roman traditions, and the ways in which 'peripheral' churches' perception of their Roman liturgical heritage changed across time.
Author: Claudia Bolgia
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
An exploration of the significance of medieval Rome, both as a physical city and an idea with immense cultural capital.
I decided to take a summer vacation on the Mediterranean and arranged to spend some time with Gerard. ... institution to which instrument-makers and pilots were being brought from across the continent to make up for native backwardness.
Author: Thomas O'Shea
What is mathematics, and what aspects of it should be taught in schools? How and to whom should it be taught, and how should its understanding be assessed? These questions continue to drive curriculum development, school organization, teaching methods, and research agendas. No one today doubts that mathematics should be taught in our schools, but this was not always so. Mathematics Education Across Time and Place aims to help mathematics teachers, teacher educators, and anyone else interested in mathematics education appreciate the path this discipline has taken through the ages. To understand the historical and social context for schools and the place of mathematics within them, we meet a variety of mathematics educators from different times and places. Though fictional, their lives and social circumstances are based on historical documents and professional sources. They range from ancient Greece to modern Zimbabwe; from Persia to British Columbia; from Islamic Baghdad to revolutionary Paris; from Elizabethan England to twentieth-century New York; and from the rural one-room schools of North America to the modern comprehensive secondary school. By sharing the teachers' lives, we come to understand how they developed their love for teaching mathematics, and how their work fit into the larger social context of their time.
across. Time/Growing. up. “A momentous project. There are few long-term studies of individual lives, and fewer still that combine sophisticated psychological observations with psychoanalytic understanding and span the entire period from ...
Author: Henry H. Massie
Follow seventy-six children from birth to thirty to learn about their various developmental life paths and their influences. Children traverse continuous or discontinuous courses. This book describes their life stories, which may transform and enrich the reader's life. In working with these people, the authors heard something basic: stories people tell about themselves. While a life may fall into a group - share characteristics with others - the individual's story remains compelling: to group people is to some degree against psychoanalysis, a humanizing discipline. The authors allow the subjects to speak at length in their own voices, to bring themselves alive for the reader. It is the authors hope that they have been able to convey their awe about watching the inner worlds of children and that these stories may evolve in readers minds and hearts and thus be remembered.
The products of the speaker's activities (behavioral movements and sound waves) fade rapidly over a period of time, and the same applies to the listener's activities. (I disregard here the fact that some types of “products” remain in ...
Author: Misumi Sadler
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This monograph contains the first systematic investigation of the Japanese ‘dative subject’ construction across time and space. It demonstrates that, in order to capture what speakers/writers know about how to put an utterance or a clause together, it is necessary to pay attention to what they do in actual language use and in different discourse types. The work also shows the importance of diachronic perspectives to help us better understand the ways in which a particular grammatical structure is represented synchronically. By utilizing modern Japanese conversation, contemporary Japanese novels, and a pre-modern and modern Japanese literature corpus, the study highlights the role of ‘dative subjects’ at the semantic and discourse-pragmatic levels. Specifically, it demonstrates that what has been considered to be a most ‘grammatical’ aspect of Japanese actually turns out to be rather pragmatically oriented.
Over time, following the Dance Committee«s model, NYPL established a Friends of the Library category for other collections (p. 38). The Dance Committee proved crucial in the early 1970s, when the entire NYPL system experienced a ...
Author: Lynn Matluck Brooks
Category: Performing Arts
Dance is the art least susceptible to preservation since its embodied, kinaesthetic nature has proven difficult to capture in notation and even in still or moving images. However, frameworks have been established and guidance made available for keeping dances, performances, and choreographers’ legacies alive so that the dancers of today and tomorrow can experience and learn from the dances and dancers of the past. In this volume, a range of voices address the issue of dance preservation through memory, artistic choice, interpretation, imagery and notation, as well as looking at relevant archives, legal structures, documentation and artefacts. The intertwining of dance preservation and creativity is a core theme discussed throughout this text, pointing to the essential continuity of dance history and dance innovation. The demands of preservation stretch across time, geographies, institutions and interpersonal connections, and this book focuses on the fascinating web that supports the fragile yet urgent effort to sustain our dancing heritage. The articles in this book were originally published in the journal Dance Chronicle: Studies in Dance and the Related Arts.
The quality of bilingual dictionaries , even of exotic languages , improved when comparative philological studies became more popular during the nine- teenth century ; the time for amateur lexicographers had effectively come to an end .
Studies in the Architecture and Murals of the Panagia Phorbiotissa, Cyprus Annemarie Weyl Carr Andreas Nicolaïdès. D.C. C. S, \ \_/ Ao o Xo (~~ ( > So \_/ Ao Q Soo (~ X ASINOU ACROSS TIME Studies in the Architecture and Murals of.
Everyone who has been close to me has had time to get used to the idea of the memories, so they are no longer a strange thing but just part of life and a part of me. A number of other questions have reoccurred.
Author: Jenny Cockell
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
The author recounts her search for the children of the woman she believes she was in a previous incarnation
Peter van Inwagen SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY It is sometimes said that there are two theories of identity across time. First, there is “three-dimensionalism,” according to which persisting objects are extended in the three spatial dimensions ...
Author: Michael Tooley
First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
data frames the lack of time points is paired with a large number of units at the individual level and countries and ... I use random intercepts to capture the aggregate differences in values over time and across countries.
Author: Raül Tormos
Category: Social Science
In The Rhythm of Modernization, Raül Tormos studies the pace at which belief systems change across the developed world during the modernization process. Contradicting value theories’ assumptions, citizens adapt their beliefs to new circumstances throughout life and modernization happens faster than predicted.