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Greek Bronze: Holding A Mirror To Life, Expanded Reprint From The Irish Philosophical Yearbook 2006: In Memoriam John J. Cleary 1949-2009, Babette Babich Jun 2009

Greek Bronze: Holding A Mirror To Life, Expanded Reprint From The Irish Philosophical Yearbook 2006: In Memoriam John J. Cleary 1949-2009, Babette Babich

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To explore the ethical and political role of life-sized bronzes in ancient Greece, as Pliny and others report between 3,000 and 73,000 such statues in a city like Rhodes, this article asks what these bronzes looked like. Using the resources of hermeneutic phenomenological reflection, as well as a review of the nature of bronze and casting techniques, it is argued that the ancient Greeks encountered such statues as images of themselves in agonistic tension in dynamic and political fashion. The Greek saw, and at the same time felt himself regarded by, the statue not as he believed the ...


“The Negro Speaks Of Rivers” An African Centered Historical Study Of The Selfethnic Liberatory Education Nature And Goals Of The Poetry Of Langston Hughes: The Impact On Adult Education, Sarah E. Howard Jun 2009

“The Negro Speaks Of Rivers” An African Centered Historical Study Of The Selfethnic Liberatory Education Nature And Goals Of The Poetry Of Langston Hughes: The Impact On Adult Education, Sarah E. Howard

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The purposes of this historical study were to 1) document the Selfethnic Liberatory adult education nature and goals of the poetry of Langston Hughes (from 1921 to 1933); and 2) to document the impact this poetry had on members of the African Diaspora. In addition, the goal of this research was to expand the historical knowledge base of the adult education field, so that it is more inclusive of the contributions of African Americans.

This study addressed the problem that the historical and philosophical literature of the field does not to any significant degree include the intellectual and adult education ...


I Will Bless The Lord (With Piano Reduction), Keith Rowley Jan 2009

I Will Bless The Lord (With Piano Reduction), Keith Rowley

Keith D Rowley

Anthem for SSAATTBB A Cappella Choir with piano reduction for rehearsals.


I Will Bless The Lord - Mixed Choir, Keith Rowley Jan 2009

I Will Bless The Lord - Mixed Choir, Keith Rowley

Keith D Rowley

Anthem for SSAATTBB A Cappella choir with words from Psalm 34:1-2.


Sounds Of Christmas - Men's Choir, Keith D. Rowley Dec 2008

Sounds Of Christmas - Men's Choir, Keith D. Rowley

Keith D Rowley

An original Christmas carol arranged for men's choir (TTBB) with optional violin or flute and piano. Words by June Swanson.


In The Bleak Midwinter - Men's Choir, Keith D. Rowley Dec 2008

In The Bleak Midwinter - Men's Choir, Keith D. Rowley

Keith D Rowley

An original Christmas carol arranged for men's choir with words by Christina Rossetti.


O My Father - Harp (Or Piano) Solo, Keith D. Rowley Dec 2008

O My Father - Harp (Or Piano) Solo, Keith D. Rowley

Keith D Rowley

Harp (or piano) solo based on the hymn tune by James McGranahan.


The Articles Of Faith, Keith D. Rowley Dec 2008

The Articles Of Faith, Keith D. Rowley

Keith D Rowley

Easy to sing melodies for children. Words by Joseph Smith, Jr. and music by Keith D Rowley


Atlantean Prose And The Search For Democracy, Nick J. Sciullo Dec 2008

Atlantean Prose And The Search For Democracy, Nick J. Sciullo

Nick J. Sciullo

Atlantis, the Lost City, has been a focal point of folklore, archeological inquiry, literary criticism, and mystic interpretation. It has boggled the brilliant, confused scientists, and sparked the interest of children. "Skeptics, archaeologists, geologists, and anthropologists may rant and rave, but the myth of Atlantis endures. In every generation, someone emerges to champion the cause and to embroider the story." But the significance of Atlantean prose as an avenue through which to best understand critical legal thought has not been explored in depth. To be sure, there have been numerous books, articles, and opinions analyzing Atlantis, but little attention has ...