Saxonic

Sax`on´ic


a.1.Relating to the Saxons or Anglo- Saxons.
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In his pioneering analysis, Galtung (1981) differentiates among Saxonic, Teutonic, Gallic, and Nipponic academic cultures characterized by different paradigms, theories, ontologies, and styles of intellectual production.
Includes: Peter Holland, "Playing Johnson's Shakespeare"; Robert DeMaria, Jr., "Samuel Johnson and Saxonic Shakespeare"; Nicholas Hudson, "Shakespeare's Ghost: Johnson, Shakespeare, Garrick, and Constructing the English Middle-Class"; Tiffany Stern, "'I do wish that you had mentioned Garrick': The Absence of Garrick in Johnson's Shakespeare"; Jack Lynch, "The Dignity of an Ancient: Johnson Edits the Editors"; Anne McDermott, "Johnson's Editing of Shakespeare in the Dictionary"; David Bevington, "The Siren Call of Earlier Editorial Practice; or, How Dr.