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Kurt Weitzmann, "Age of spirituality: A symposium"

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Kurt Weitzmann, "Age of spirituality: A symposium"

Kurt Weitzmann, "Age of spirituality: A symposium"
1980 | ISBN: 0870992295 | English | PDF | 184 pages | 23.7 MB

In 1977 The Metropolitan Museum of Art presented Age of Spirituality: Late Antique and Early Christian Art, Third to Seventh Century, the largest exhibition ever to focus on the period that spans the transition between the classical and medieval ages. In keeping with the didactic spirit of the exhibition, the Museum held a symposium in November 1977 to provide the public with a broad background for appreciation of this little-known field and to offer art historians the provocative speculations and conclusions of their colleagues. …

Higher Education Leadership Strategy in the Public Affairs Triumvirate: College and Community Engagement

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Higher Education Leadership Strategy in the Public Affairs Triumvirate: College and Community Engagement

Higher Education Leadership Strategy in the Public Affairs Triumvirate: College and Community Engagement by Jeffrey W. Goltz
English | PDF,EPUB | 2020 | 210 Pages | ISBN : 3030380572 | 11 MB

This book provides a comprehensive approach for colleges rethinking their community policy connections. From a ‘pracademic’ perspective, it introduces a new paradigm for contemporary college and community connections through the evolution of research, scholarship and experience, and the application of the Public Affairs discipline from Higher Education Leadership.

The Anatomy of the Holocaust: Selected Works from a Life of Scholarship (Vermont Studies on Nazi Germany and the Holocaust)

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The Anatomy of the Holocaust: Selected Works from a Life of Scholarship (Vermont Studies on Nazi Germany and the Holocaust)

The Anatomy of the Holocaust: Selected Works from a Life of Scholarship (Vermont Studies on Nazi Germany and the Holocaust) by Raul Hilberg†, Walter H. Pehle, René Schlott
English | November 1st, 2019 | ISBN: 1789203554, 1789204895 | 257 pages | EPUB | 1.37 MB

Though best known as the author of the landmark 1961 work The Destruction of the European Jews, the historian Raul Hilberg produced a variety of archival research, personal essays, and other works over a career that spanned half a century. The Anatomy of the Holocaust collects some of Hilberg's most essential and groundbreaking writings—many of them published in obscure journals or otherwise inaccessible to nonspecialists—in a single volume. Supplemented with commentary and notes from Hilberg's longtime German editor and his biographer, it not only offers a multifaceted look at the man and the scholar, but also traces the evolution of Holocaust research from a marginal subdiscipline into a diverse and vital intellectual project.