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Healthy, Wealthy, And Wise: How Corporate Power Shaped The Affordable Care Act, Kevin Young, Michael Schwartz Jan 2014

Healthy, Wealthy, And Wise: How Corporate Power Shaped The Affordable Care Act, Kevin Young, Michael Schwartz

History Department Faculty Publication Series

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The Good, The Bad, And The Benevolent Interventionist: U.S. Press And Intellectual Distortions Of The Latin American Left, Kevin Young May 2013

The Good, The Bad, And The Benevolent Interventionist: U.S. Press And Intellectual Distortions Of The Latin American Left, Kevin Young

History Department Faculty Publication Series

U.S. journalists and commentators have helped popularize the image of two distinct Latin American lefts: a “bad” left that is politically authoritarian and economically erratic and a “good” left that is democratic and committed to free-market economics. This binary image oversimplifies the Latin American left in three ways: by overstating the contrast between the two alleged camps, by ignoring complex realities within each camp, and by exaggerating the failings of the so-called bad-left governments. The distinction makes sense, however, as a strategy for countering the rise of independent left-leaning governments in Latin America. Binary characterizations of subordinate peoples reflect ...


Collection, Conviction, And Contemplation: Or, Picturing Coins In Early Modern Books, Ca. 1550-1700, Brian W. Ogilvie Jan 2003

Collection, Conviction, And Contemplation: Or, Picturing Coins In Early Modern Books, Ca. 1550-1700, Brian W. Ogilvie

History Department Faculty Publication Series

This paper explores the uses of published illustrations of coins in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century antiquarian works, relating them to the shift in the affective value of classical antiquity from the late Renaissance to the early Enlightenment.


Exemplarity And The Use Of Antiquity In Erasmus, Brian W. Ogilvie Jan 2001

Exemplarity And The Use Of Antiquity In Erasmus, Brian W. Ogilvie

History Department Faculty Publication Series

This paper explores Erasmus’s creative response to the tension between his idealization of antiquity and his Christian commitments. Because he did not distinguish ethical judgments from taste, Erasmus contradicted himself on the value of antiquity and hedged it about with many restrictions.


Exemplarity And The Use Of Antiquity In Erasmus, Brian Ogilvie Jan 2001

Exemplarity And The Use Of Antiquity In Erasmus, Brian Ogilvie

History Department Faculty Publication Series

This paper explores Erasmus’s creative response to the tension between his idealization of antiquity and his Christian commitments. Because he did not distinguish ethical judgments from taste, Erasmus contradicted himself on the value of antiquity and hedged it about with many restrictions.