Yet it was during this time of play- writing that Dryden was made Poet Laureate and Historiographer
Royal with the salary of 200 pounds a year and a butt of sack.
This corner will pay tribute to the historical and philosophical contribution of Arab historiographer
and historian, Ibn-i-Khaldun and help educate the students about his philosophical views on every aspect of life.
It is true that civilisations clash, and have clashed ever since human time became time, as Arnold Toynbee, in his monumental, 12-volume A Study of History (published between 1934 and 1961), and our own historiographer
Ibn Khaldun, in his equally monumental Muqaddimah (published around 1387), averred.
This becomes especially clear in his verdict on the historiographer
The autobiographical inscription found on the Statue of Idrimi's base archives the King's vicissitudes and major events in his life (his rise to power and military achievements)," said Mahmoud al-Sayyed, a historiographer
and an expert in ancient languages and inscriptions at the General Directorate of Antiquities and Museums.
And Britain typifies that phenomenon, a phenomenon, so far as anyone is able to take a coherent view of it at all, has bedeviled philosophers of history, all the way from the Muslim historiographer
Ibn Khaldun, in "Muqqaddimah" that discussed how human communities lose their "assabiyeh," or elan, to the Austrian psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud, who defined it in his seminal work, "Civilization and its Discontents" (1930) as a "death wish," to Elias Canetti, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, who in his breathtaking "Crowds and Power" (1960) argued how sometimes the interplay of crowds results in self-defeating, self-destructive resolutions.
There is also a rare copy of Muqaddimah (Prolegomena) of Ibn Khaldun, bearing the signature of the North African Arab Muslim historiographer
Specifically, Dailey zeroes in on what Miri Rubin calls "martyr-making," reminding us that martyrdom is co-constituted "by victim and viewer, by historiographer
and reader," and that the martyr's experience is only recognized as such if there is some correlation between the viewpoints of these various agents (94).
Valmiki was a historian by himself and was in fact first historiographer
," said Rao.
Teresa Fry Brown, historiographer
of the African Methodist Episcopal church, "Persons burned churches because they thought the congregating of blacks together meant that that was a foment for some kind of revolutionary action.
This ceremony was attended mainly by president of Louvre Museum Jean Luc Martinez, Culture minister Mohamed Amine Sbihi, Morocco's ambassador to France Chakib Benmoussa, Morocco's ambassador to the UNESCO Zouhour Alaoui and palace's spokesperson and Morocco's historiographer
Having the better historiographer
in your service could mean getting a more convincing and therefore more successful history for your country, your nation.