Edited by Denis Alamargot, Patrice Terrier and Jean-Marie Cellier
Christopher M. Jones
is to challenge that consensus on the basis of literary evidence (specifically, the use of embedded written documents) within the two “halves” of the canonical book. First, however, I would like to venture some preliminary remarks on manuscript evidence for Ezra-Nehemiah and extra
Edited by Yun Hui Tsu, Jan van Bremen and Eyal Ben-Ari
. Despite the lack of physical evidence for the other measurement units, weighing units and standards are well-known, both from archaeological evidence and from written documents ( Powell 1979 : 72; for the other measurement units see also Powell 1990 ). In this sense, Kültepe-Kanesh is a very important
Archives of the Morija Museum Lesotho and Other Documents
Opportunities and Challenges through Chinese Textual Database Research
fragmentary or absent, corpus of indigenous textual records. In building the foundational knowledge we now possess of premodern Island Southeast Asian history, the fundamental role of Chinese written documents cannot be denied. This body of texts provides detailed information on a wide range of topics, and
Knowledge, questions, and research recommendations
Edited by Angelo Collins and Nicole Gillespie
· recruitment and retention; · models of secondary science teacher preparation; · pedagogic preparation including field-based experiences, methods courses, and preparing teachers for diverse populations; · content preparation in biology, chemistry, Earth science, and physics as well as the nature of science in general; · induction; · mentoring.
Each working group was tasked with synthesizing their discussions and conclusions for the entire group of conference participants and in a written document. This volume represents the final outcome of that conference; 12 chapters that reflect the work of 40 dedicated scholars and practitioners who share a deep commitment to the pursuit of excellence in the preparation of secondary science teachers.
Edited by Walter Bernhart
This volume for the first time offers a set of careful case studies from a wide range of artistic genres (narrative fiction, poetry, opera, instrumental music, songs, jazz) and historical phases (from Elizabethan verse to 21st-century HD opera performances) which give detailed insight into consequences of addressing issues of performativity in the field of word and music studies. Closely examined examples range, in music, from the romantic reception of Bach and the opera singer Maria Malibran through Mahler and Schoenberg to Brigitte Fassbaender, Philip Glass and Charles Mingus, and, in literature, from Sidney through Yeats and Celan to Katherine Mansfield, Alejo Carpentier and Toni Morrison.
In addition, the volume contains a smaller section on ‘Surveying the Field’ of word and music studies which includes an essay of general reflection on interart relationships and an attempt at identifying new features of the ‘musicalization of fiction’.
This collection of essays will be relevant to students and scholars from a wide variety of fields: performance studies, intermediality studies, art theory, musicology, voice studies, literary criticism, and philosophy.
terms may mean entirely different things in systems, practitioners of international criminal law also face particular linguistic and interpretative challenges in ensuring that written documents and oral advocacy are clearly understood and unambiguous in their references. It cannot be forgotten that