Bibliography of the History of Medicine

Pathologe 1993 May ; 14 ( 3 ) : 123-6 Riley JC : The eighteenth - century campaign to avoid disease . ... 33-9 Lorber CG : Pathology of the temporomandibular joint and its treatment in the first half of the 19th century . Part II .

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The Russian Empire in the Eighteenth Century

19. See A.G. Tartakovskii , Russkaia memuaristika XVIII - pervoi poloviny XIX v . ( Moscow , 1991 ) . 20. ... 28 . 27. A.I. lukht , " Finansy , " in Ocherki russkoi kul'tury XVIII v . ( Moscow , 1987 ) , pt . 2 , p . 118 . 28.

Author: Aleksandr B. Kamenskii

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Russia's eighteenth-century drive toward modernity and empire under the two greats--Peter I and Catherine II--is fully captured in this new work by one of Russia's outstanding young historians. The author develops three themes: Russia's relationship to the West; the transformation of Holy Russia into a multinational empire; and the effects of efforts to modernize Russia selectively along Western lines. Writing in a clear, crisp style, Kamenskii enlivens the narrative with observations from contemporary literary figures and political commentators that point up the lasting significance of the events he describes.
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Catalogue of the Library of the Peabody Institute of the City of Baltimore

( Life and writings , v . 3 , pp . 18 , 57 , 263 . ) -- Mediaeval history of 1.16 pp . ( N. Brit . Rev. v . ... 6 , pt . 2 ; Muratori , L. A. , Rer . Ital . script . v . 10 , p . 569. ) -Petroni , P. Miscellanea historica . 17 pp .

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Catalogue of the Public Documents of the Congress and of All Departments of the Government of the United States for the Period from to

19 , 1907 . rp . 3472 , 59 th Cong . Ist sess . In v . F. ) Stat . 2 p . ( H. rp . 6441 , 59th Cong . 2d sess . ... In v . 2 ; 4905. ) Stat . L. v . 34 , pt . 1 , | French archives . ALVORD , C. W. Eighteenth Century French records in ...

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Christianity and the Eastern Slavs Volume II

Pt. 1: Grazhdanskii shrift pervoi chetverti XVIII veka 1708–1725. Reproduktsii (Moscow, 1981). 16. A. P. Vlasto, A Linguistic History of Russian to the End of the Eighteenth Century (Oxford, 1986) 374–383; A. Shakhmatov, ...

Author: Robert P. Hughes

Publisher: University of California Press

ISBN: 9780520302488

Category: History

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This publication in three volumes originated in papers delivered at two conferences held in May 1988 at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies in Washington, DC. Like many other conferences organized that year in the United States, Europe, and the Soviet Union, they were convened to commemorate the millennium of the acceptance of Christianity in Rus'. This collection of essays throws light on the enormous, truly unique role that the Christian tradition has played throughout the centuries in shaping the nations that spring from Kievan Rus'—the Russians, Ukrainians, and Belorussians. Although these volumes devote greater attention to Russian culture, the investigation of the issue in the history of Christianity in Ukrainian and Belorussian cultures occupies an important and integral part of the project. Volume ISlavic Cultures in the Middle AgesEdited by Boris Gasparov and Olga Raevsky-Hughes Volume IIRussian Culture in Modern TimesEdited by Robert P. Hughes and Irina Paperno Volume IIIRussian Literature in Modern TimesEdited by Boris Gasparov, Robert P. Hughes, Irina Paperno, and Olga Raevsky-Hughes This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press’s mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1994.
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The Monthly Literary Advertiser

History of the 18th Century , by F. C. Schlosser , pt . 5 ( President U. S. ) Works , 4 v . 8vo 2 16 19. England and Wales , by J. G. Kohl 0 3 0 Eglintoun Tournament described , fol . 51 58 - tinted , 61 6s - col . 10 10 0 20.

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Heterodoxy Spinozism and Free Thought in Early Eighteenth Century Europe

... 18 or the stories of foolish or obscene miracles , 19 or the stories of clerical unbelief.20 All of this , and a great deal more , is shown to us in the most ... 1 , Pt 2 , Art . VI , p . 329 . ... 1 , Pt 1 , Art . V. » Ibid . , p .

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'the oldest biography of Spinoza', La Vie de Mr. Spinosa, which in the manuscript copies is often followed by L'Esprit de M. Spinosa. Margaret Jacob, in her Radical Enlightenment, contended that the Traite was written by a radical group of Freemasons in The Hague in the early eighteenth century. Silvia Berti has offered evidence it was written by Jan Vroesen. Various discussions in the early eighteenth century consider many possi ble authors from the Renaissance onwards to whom the work might be attributed. The Trois imposteurs has attracted quite a bit of recent attention as one of the most significant irreligious clandestine writings available in the Enlightenment, which is most important for understanding the develop ment of religious scepticism, radical deism, and even atheism in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Scholars for the last couple of decades have been trying to assess when the work was actually written or compiled and by whom. In view of the widespread distribution of manu scripts of the work all over Europe, they have also been seeking to find out who was influenced by the work, and what it represented for its time. Hitherto unknown manuscripts are being turned up in public and private libraries all over Europe and the United States.
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The Oxford Handbook of Music and Intellectual Culture in the Nineteenth Century

Between Romanticism and Modernism: Four Studies in the Music of the Late Nineteenth Century. ... /mill-the-collected-works-of-john-stuart-mill-volume-xix-essayson-politics-and-society-part-2/simple#lf0223-19_label_299 Morrow, Mary Sue.

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ISBN: 9780197500682

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Rarely studied in their own right, writings about music are often viewed as merely supplemental to understanding music itself. Yet in the nineteenth century, scholarly interest in music flourished in fields as disparate as philosophy and natural science, dramatically shifting the relationship between music and the academy. An exciting and much-needed new volume, The Oxford Handbook of Music and Intellectual Culture in the Nineteenth Century draws deserved attention to the people and institutions of this period who worked to produce these writings. Editors Paul Watt, Sarah Collins, and Michael Allis, along with an international slate of contributors, discuss music's fascinating and unexpected interactions with debates about evolution, the scientific method, psychology, exoticism, gender, and the divide between high and low culture. Part I of the handbook establishes the historical context for the intellectual world of the period, including the significant genres and disciplines of its music literature, while Part II focuses on the century's institutions and networks - from journalists to monasteries - that circulated ideas about music throughout the world. Finally, Part III assesses how the music research of the period reverberates in the present, connecting studies in aestheticism, cosmopolitanism, and intertextuality to their nineteenth-century origins. The Handbook challenges Western music history's traditionally sole focus on musical work by treating writings about music as valuable cultural artifacts in themselves. Engaging and comprehensive, The Oxford Handbook of Music and Intellectual Culture in the Nineteenth Century brings together a wealth of new interdisciplinary research into this critical area of study.
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From Old Revelation to New

We may agree on the following details : 1 : 21-26 is eighth century ; 2 : 2-5 is from a postexilic editor ; 2 : 20-23 is a ... w 3-6 as part of the same expansion ) ; 7 : 18-19 , 20 are eighth - century expansions to eighth - century 7 ...

Author: Simon John De Vries

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ISBN: 080280683X

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This is a print on demand book and is therefore non- returnable. In his introduction De Vries sketches the canonical setting of the books of Chronicles, especially in relation with Ezra-Nehemiah, and then discusses the redacted and original versions of Chronicles. He describes Chronicles as genealogical and narrative history that tells who/what ideal Israel is, how it has suffered by its unfaithfulness, and how it will remain true Israel by trusting in God.
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Origins of the Czech National Renascence

See also Myl'nikov, Vznik ndrodne osvicenske ideologie v ceskych zemich 18. stoleti. ... The Hungarian reaction to Josephinism is described in Bela K. Kiraly, Hungary in the Late Eighteenth Century : The Decline of Enlightened Despotism ...

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With the fall of socialism in Europe, the former East bloc nations experienced a rebirth of nationalism as they struggled to make the difficult transition to a market-based economy and self-governance. The dissolution of Czechoslovakia, in particular, underscored the power of ethnic identity and ancestral loyalties. Hugh Agnew develops the argument that Czechoslovakia's celebrated national revival of the mid-eighteenth century has its intellectual roots in the Enlightenment and defined the nation's character and future development. He describes how intellectuals in eighteenth-century Bohemia and Moravia--the “patriotic intelligentsia”--used their discovery of pre-seventeenth-century history and literature to revive the antiquated Czech vernacular and cultivate a popular ethnic consciousness. Agnew also traces the significance of the intellectual influences of the wider Slavic world whereby Czech intellectuals redefined their ethnic and cultural heritage. Origins of the Czech National Renascence contributes to a renewed interpretation of a crucial period in Czech history.
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Varieties of Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Century English Radicalism in Context

130; Add. MS 24,281, fols 86r-V, Add. MS 24,282, fol. 94; CKS, U48/Z1, p. 252. ... Add. MS 24,283, fols 17v, 19, 99; CJ, ii. 4a: The Short Parliament ... Abraham Wheelocke and Sir Roger Twysden (Cambridge, 1644), pt 2, pp. 153–216.

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The essays in this collection explore a number of significant questions regarding the terms 'radical' and 'radicalism' in early modern English contexts. They investigate whether we can speak of a radical tradition, and whether radicalism was a local, national or transnational phenomenon. In so doing this volume examines the exchange of ideas and texts in the history of supposedly radical events, ideologies and movements (or moments). Once at the cutting edge of academic debate radicalism had, until very recently, fallen prey to historiographical trends as scholars increasingly turned their attention to more mainstream experiences or reactionary forces. While acknowledging the importance of those perspectives, Varieties of seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century English radicalism in context offers a reconsideration of the place of radicalism within the early modern period. It sets out to examine the subject in original and exciting ways by adopting distinctively new and broader perspectives. Among the crucial issues addressed are problems of definition and how meanings can evolve; context; print culture; language and interpretative techniques; literary forms and rhetorical strategies that conveyed, or deliberately disguised, subversive meanings; and the existence of a single, continuous English radical tradition. Taken together the essays in this collection offer a timely reassessment of the subject, reflecting the latest research on the theme of seventeenth-century English radicalism as well as offering some indications of the phenomenon's transnational contexts. Indeed, there is a sense here of the complexity and variety of the subject although much work still remains to be done on radicals and radicalism - both in early modern England and especially beyond.
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Eighteenth Century Utopian Fiction

42. v D. 41. Defoe1697/1969 pp. 282¥304: S. Richardson 1751/1972 Part 2 Vol. ... shifting attitudes to the natural world v K.Thomas 1983 Part IV. 57. T. More 1516/1989 BookII p. 73. Scott 1762/1986p. 18. Scott 1762/1986 pp. 18¥19: cf p.

Author: Christine Rees

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ISBN: 9781317898153

Category: Literary Criticism

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Utopian fiction was a particularly rich and important genre during the eighteenth century. It was during this period that a relatively new phenomenon appeared: the merging of utopian writing per se with other fictional genres, such as the increasingly dominant novel. However, while early modern and nineteenth and twentieth century utopias have been the focus of much attention, the eighteenth century has largely been neglected. Utopian Imagination and Eighteenth Century Fiction combines these major areas of interest, interpreting some of the most fascinating and innovative fictions of the period and locating them in a continuing tradition of utopian writing which stretches back through the Renaissance to the Ancient World. Begining with a survey of the recurrent topics in utopian writing - power structures in the state, money, food, sex, the role of women, birth, education and death - the book brings together canonical eighteenth century texts countaining powerful utopian elements, such as Robinson Crusoe, Gulliver's Travels and Rasselas, and less familiar works, to examine the reworking of these topics in a new context. The unfamiliar texts, including Gaudentio di Lucca, are described in detail to give students an idea of relevant material across a broad area. A section is devoted specifically to women writes, an area which has become the focus of attention. The mixture of texts provides a useful cross-reference for students tackling the subject from various perspectives and the comprehensive bibliography provides a valuable tool for those with general or specific interests
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Contributions to Education

Comparison of Modes ( Tables V - X ) A comparison of the percentages for the major and minor modes as shown in Tables V - VIII ... The II , chord shows most importance in the 18th century , Part I , and the 19th century , Part II . 7.

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Catalogue of the Library of the Department of the Interior

17-103 Lecky , William Edward Hartpole . History of England in the eighteenth century . N. Y. , 1878. 2 v . ... 53–323 Report upon insects . ( In Pacific railroad reports , v . 12 , pt . 2 ) ..... 19—119 Lectures and essays .

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Deep Roots

... Eighteenth Century, Volume 72, George III: Minutes of Evidence on the Slave Trade 1790, Part 2 (Wilmington, Del. ... 52–53; Searing, West African Slavery and Atlantic Commerce, 58, 63, 65, 75, 79, 83. 19. Ibid., 60–65, 79–88. 20.

Author: Edda L. Fields-Black

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 9780253002969

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Mangrove rice farming on West Africa's Rice Coast was the mirror image of tidewater rice plantations worked by enslaved Africans in 18th-century South Carolina and Georgia. This book reconstructs the development of rice-growing technology among the Baga and Nalu of coastal Guinea, beginning more than a millennium before the transatlantic slave trade. It reveals a picture of dynamic pre-colonial coastal societies, quite unlike the static, homogenous pre-modern Africa of previous scholarship. From its examination of inheritance, innovation, and borrowing, Deep Roots fashions a theory of cultural change that encompasses the diversity of communities, cultures, and forms of expression in Africa and the African diaspora.
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Catalogue of Copyright Entries

43270 pt . I , n , S. , v . 19 : 3 v . MCKEESPORT , Pa . Polk's NicKeesport Topic MM34 . ... 22 , 1922 ; 2 c . each and aff . Dec. ... Eighteenth century struggle for trade and colonial emMACLAUGHLIX ( Robert J. ) * New York .

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