modern studies


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modern studies

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Like other volumes of the Yearbook for Early Modern Studies (three were published in 2007 after a short hiatus), this one offers a fine international collection of essays on a topic of growing interest to Renaissance and early modern studies.
More modern studies have disproved those early concepts, and the general thought now is "the lower, the better" for total and LDL cholesterol and the higher the better for HDL cholesterol.
But, at least we could console ourselves with the belief that we were still in the forefront of more modern studies such as computing and that our geeky but incredibly talented youth would keep us at the very cutting edge of information and communications technology.
Covering Latin, Greek, and Logic, Campbell also addresses English studies, classical studies, Christian and modern studies, mathematics and science.
Postrevisionist history has found a home in early modern studies, as editors Will Coster and Andrew Spicer exemplify with this collection of fourteen essays.
I will encourage my students to turn to Shepard's book as an excellent introduction to a topic of central importance to early modern studies.
It draws on a historical perspective, presenting current hypotheses and theories in context of their historical origins, and gives detailed information about the scientists who laid the foundation for modern studies.
It doesn't undercut modern studies of human sexuality, which continually improve upon Kinsey's sampling techniques and methodology.
Popular Craig McAlpine, 28, a history and modern studies teacher at Westhill Academy near Aberdeen, vanished last weekend after a night out in the city.
Ancient sources are cited within the text, but one must turn to the bibliography for modern studies.
So although the essays are significant contributions to early Modern studies, and they are not reprints of earlier publications (and so, they cannot be found in print anywhere else), they may not represent the current views of their authors.
Volume XXVIII also continues a recent innovation, that is, a review article that comments at length on important historical and theoretical issues in early modern studies.