By Frederick J. Murphy
This can be a literary and theological examine of the Biblical Antiquities of Pseudo-Philo--a lengthy, well-written reinterpretation of the Hebrew Bible written by means of a Palestinian Jew of the 1st century C.E. utilizing the methodologies of redaction and literary feedback, Murphy presents an research of the complete of the Biblical Antiquities. After a chapter-by-chapter research, Murphy addresses numerous themes extra generally--major characters, significant issues, and the historic context of the paintings. complete concordances to the Latin textual content are supplied to help destiny learn on Pseudo-Philo. This publication will end up an immense source for college students of Jewish interpretation of the Bible on the finish of the second one Temple interval. It additionally sheds gentle on Jewish considered the interval concerning covenant, management in Israel, ladies in Israel, kinfolk with Gentiles, divine windfall, divine retribution, eschatology, and plenty of different matters. Furnishing a wide interpretive context for destiny paintings at the Biblical Antiquities, this learn offers scholars of the Bible entry to a tremendous literary and spiritual fabricated from first-century Judaism.
By Joshua A. Fogel
Within the yr fifty seven C.E., the courtroom of Later Han dynasty offered a gold seal to an emissary from someplace in what's now Japan. The seal quickly vanished from heritage, basically to be unearthed in 1784 in Japan. within the next two-plus centuries, approximately four hundred books and articles (mostly through eastern) have addressed each achieveable factor surrounding this small item of gold. Joshua Fogel locations the conferment of the seal in inter-Asian international relations of the 1st century after which lines 4 waves of old research that the seal has passed through seeing that its discovery, because the criteria of historic judgment have replaced over those years and the funding within the seal’s which means have replaced as a result.
By K. H. Adler, Carrie Hamilton
In Homes and Homecomings a world crew of students offer inspiring new ancient views at the politics of houses and homecomings. utilizing cutting edge methodological and theoretical techniques, the ebook examines case stories from Africa, Asia, the Americas and Europe.
- Provides inspiring new old views at the politics of houses and homecomings
- Takes an ancient method of an issue region that's strangely little historicised
- Features unique examine from a gaggle of overseas students
- The booklet has a world method that specializes in Africa, Asia, the Americas and East and West Europe
- Contains unique illustrations of houses in a number of old contexts
Chapter 1 Communist convenience: Socialist Modernism and the Making of comfortable houses within the Khrushchev period (pages 11–44): Susan E. Reid
Chapter 2 company Domesticity and Idealised Masculinity: Royal Naval officials and their Shipboard houses, 1918–39 (pages 45–65): Quintin Colville
Chapter three males Making domestic: Masculinity and Domesticity in Eighteenth?Century Britain (pages 66–86): Karen Harvey
Chapter four ‘Who can be the writer of a Dwelling?’ Architects as opposed to Housewives in Fifties France (pages 87–105): Nicole Rudolph
Chapter five excellent houses and the Gender Politics of Consumerism in Postcolonial Ghana, 1960–70 (pages 106–121): Bianca Murillo
Chapter 6 ‘The eating Room might be the Man's Paradise, because the Drawing Room Is the Woman's’: Gender and Middle?Class family area in England, 1850–1910 (pages 122–137): Jane Hamlett
Chapter 7 ‘There Is Graite Odds among a Mans being at domestic and a Broad’: Deborah learn Franklin and the Eighteenth?Century domestic (pages 138–153): Vivian Bruce Conger
Chapter eight Sexual Politics and Socialist Housing: construction houses in progressive Cuba (pages 154–173): Carrie Hamilton
Chapter nine ‘The White spouse Problem’: intercourse, Race and the Contested Politics of Repatriation to Interwar British West Africa (pages 174–192): Carina E. Ray
Chapter 10 From Husbands and Housewives to Suckers and Whores: Marital?Political Anxieties within the ‘House of Egypt’, 1919–48 (pages 193–215): Lisa Pollard
Chapter eleven Double Displacement: Western Women's go back domestic from eastern Internment within the moment global struggle (pages 216–230): Christina Twomey
By Eileen Ka-May Cheng
What's historiography? requested the yankee historian Carl Becker in 1938 historians proceed to argue over the which means of the time period. This booklet demanding situations the view of historiography as an esoteric topic via offering an available and concise evaluate of the background of old writing from the Renaissance to the current, focusing totally on the USA and Europe. Historiography performs an integral function in supporting undergraduate scholars to raised comprehend the character and objective of ancient research extra ordinarily by means of interpreting the numerous conflicting ways in which historians have def. Read more...
summary: what's historiography? requested the yankee historian Carl Becker in 1938 historians proceed to argue over the which means of the time period. This ebook demanding situations the view of historiography as an esoteric topic via providing an obtainable and concise evaluation of the historical past of ancient writing from the Renaissance to the current, focusing totally on the USA and Europe. Historiography performs an necessary position in assisting undergraduate scholars to higher comprehend the character and function of historic research extra quite often through analyzing the numerous conflicting ways in which historians have def
By Michael Kammen
Michael Kammen is generally considered as one in every of our so much important--and such a lot diversely talented--cultural historians. David Brion Davis has stated, "No different historian of [his] new release has the sort of huge and urban clutch of 'American tradition' in all its manifestations, from constitutional legislations to formal portray and well known culture." This enticing quantity stands as wealthy and compelling facts of that statement. some time past Lane collects writings from a span of greater than ten years, masking the extensive spectrum of Kammen's fresh pursuits. Essay subject matters comprise the position of the historian, the connection among tradition and the kingdom, makes use of of culture in American advertisement tradition, American old paintings, reminiscence distortion in American historical past, the contested makes use of of historical past in American schooling, and others. The e-book should be obvious as a big contribution to Kammen's wide-ranging scholarship--and to American cultural heritage proper."For specialist historians or severe scholars of heritage, Kammen's essays offer an outstanding chance to gauge how those that chronicle our previous either impression and are inspired via nationwide and private experiences."--Booklist
By Bruce Arthur Murray;Chris Wickham
This number of essays used to be chosen from these provided in October 1988 at a convention subsidized by way of the nationwide Endowment for the arts, "Concepts of historical past in German Cinema." The participants contain extraordinary historians, movie students, and German reports experts who discover the complicated community of social, political, and non secular associations that experience encouraged the historiography of German cinema and television.Before the flip of the century, Germans started to hire the medium of movie to symbolize the previous after they tried to rfile their Prussian history. considering that then, German cinema and tv have promoted historical past as an element of non-public, cultural, and nationwide identification by means of continually supplying popular remedy of ancient subjects.Although it really is really effortless to record adjustments within the choice and dealing with of those topics, it truly is more challenging to figure out accurately which components have inspired these changes.In trying to outline those elements, the hyperlink among German cinema, tv, and heritage has constructed round 3 interrelated matters: (1) the reception of Weimar cinema, which for many movie students remains to be mediated to at least one quantity or one other by way of Siegfried Kracauer’s paintings; (2) the inscribing of fascism in cinema and tv; and (3) the character of, and strength for, possible choices to mainstream cinema and tv.
By Jeff E. Biddle, Ross B. Emmett
Ross B. Emmett, Jeff E. Biddle (eds.)
The assortment comprises either refereed articles and assessment essays of contemporary books within the heritage of monetary concept and technique. The articles spotlight study the historiography and method of the English bad legislation, behavioural economics, and the socialist calculation debate; in addition to A.D. Roy and portfolio conception and correspondence relating to John Maurice Clark s Economics of Planning.
...Five papers current learn within the heritage of financial suggestion and technique and eighteen essays overview lately released literature within the box. magazine of financial Literature, 2002 --Journal of monetary Literature, 2002
Five refereed articles, a convention record, and 4 essays reviewing lately released books contain this quantity within the sequence. students of economics and enterprise study the bad legislation in 19th-century England: historiography of the controversy at the debatable hyperlink among social justice and monetary virtue; Frank Knight, John Dewey, and American pragmatism; A.D. Roy: the forgotten father of portfolio thought; an unpublished letter by way of Gerhard Colm on John Maurice Clark's Economics of making plans Public Works; and the scope of research within the socialist calculation debate. one of the books reviewed are Shionoya and Nishizawa's Marshall and Schumpter on Evolution, and Muller's Capitalism and the Jews.
BUILDING AND DEFINING BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS
Floris Heukelom 1
THE bad legislation IN nineteenth CENTURY ENGLAND: HISTORIOGRAPHY OF the controversy at the arguable hyperlink among SOCIAL JUSTICE AND financial ADVANTAGE
Alain Clement 31
FRANK KNIGHT, JOHN DEWEY, AND AMERICAN PRAGMATISM: an extra NOTE
Luca Fiorito 59
A.D. ROY: THE FORGOTTEN FATHER OF PORTFOLIO THEORY
Edward J. Sullivan 73
GERHARD COLM ON JOHN MAURICE CLARK’S ECONOMICS OF making plans PUBLIC WORKS: AN UNPUBLISHED LETTER
Luca Fiorito and Matias Vernengo 83
THE SCOPE of study within the SOCIALIST CALCULATION DEBATE
D. W. MacKenzie 95
STUDYING financial associations: AN workout IN EXISTENTIAL selection – A TRIBUTE TO ALAN SCHMID AND APPRAISAL of other fiscal STRUCTURES
Charles J. Whalen 129
ROSS’ lifetime of SMITH & PHILLIPSON’S ENLIGHTENED LIFE
Depicting Adam Smith: highbrow Biography and
the background of financial Thought
Willie Henderson 141
SHIONOYA AND NISHIZAWA’S MARSHALL AND SCHUMPETER ON EVOLUTION
Two nice Economists at the Evolution of Capitalism
Renee Prendergast 175
MULLER’S CAPITALISM AND THE JEWS
Capitalism and the Jews: Essays and Puzzles
Jonathan S. Feinstein 185
LAL’S REVIVING THE INVISIBLE HAND
The look for a filthy rich and strong worldwide Order:
The Contribution of loose alternate Ideals
Willie Henderson 191
By Mark Salber Phillips
“On historic Distance is a desirable and extremely vital publication that are supposed to be learn by means of all historians. superbly written in based, good value and fascinating prose, the e-book wears its substantial studying very flippantly. A deeply unique, tough and thought-provoking learn of the evolving historical past of background via one among our best historians of historiography, this e-book may still galvanize a full of life debate between historians and may be assigned as crucial studying for periods on ancient equipment and historiography.”—John Marshall, John Hopkins University
By Vanessa Agnew, Jonathan Lamb
Explores the uncalculated and incalculable components in old re-enactment - unforeseen feelings, unplanned advancements - and locates them in international locations the place settlers have been attempting to determine nationwide identities derived from metropolitan cultures necessarily stricken by the land itself and the folks who were there ahead of them.
By Frederick Kempe
Certainly one of America's most dear international correspondents intertwines a groundbreaking exploration of the hot Germany with a disquieting odyssey into his personal family's earlier. the result's a super, unorthodox, provocative paintings of commentary, perception, and remark.