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Magyar egyháztörténeti vázlatok
Author: (Budapest) Magyar Egyháztörténeti Enciklopé, (Toronto) International Society for Encycl
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Year: 2001
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East European Accessions List
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Year: 1960
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East European Accessions Index
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Year: 1960-04
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From Romanticism to Post-impressíonism
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Pages: 12
Year: 1964
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Liber Chronicarum V1
Author: Constanine Hadavas, Selim S Nahas
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ISBN: 0983140723
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Year: 2011
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Mapplethorpe
Author: Patricia Morrisroe
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0399589449
Pages: 464
Year: 2016-03-16
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With Robert Mapplethorpe's full endorsement and encouragement, Morrisroe interviewed more than three hundred friends, lovers, family members, and critics to form this definitive biography of America's most censored and celebrated photographer. “Eventually I found several hundred people who knew Robert Mapplethorpe in all his various incarnations—Catholic schoolboy; ROTC cadet; hippie; sexual explorer; celebrated artist; and famous AIDS victim. Their stories helped animate his pictures and bring his visual diary to life. What I discovered wasn’t one “Perfect Moment” but a series of moments—some pure, some blemished, but all emblematic of the paradoxical times in which he lived.”—Patricia Morrisroe, from the Introduction NOTE: This edition does not include photographs.
Művészettörténeti értesítő
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Picasso, Les Demoiselles D'Avignon
Author: Pablo Picasso, Brigitte Léal
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
ISBN: 050009196X
Pages: 113
Year: 1988
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Seeing Sociologically
Author: Harold Garfinkel, Anne Rawls, Charles C. Lemert
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317252268
Pages: 256
Year: 2015-11-30
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This book-never before published-is eminent sociologist Harold Garfinkel's earliest attempt, while at Harvard in 1948, to bridge the growing gap in American sociology. This gap was generated by a Parsonian paradigm that emphasised a scientific approach to sociological description, one that increasingly distanced itself from social phenomena in the increasingly influential ways studied by phenomenologists. It was Garfinkel's idea that phenomenological description, rendered in more empirical and interactive terms, might remedy shortcomings in the reigning Parsonian view. Garfinkel soon gave up the attempt to repair scientific description, and his focus became increasingly empirical until, in 1954, he famously coined the term "Ethnomethodology." However, in this early manuscript can be seen more clearly than in some of his later work the struggle with a conceptual and positivist rendering of social relations that ultimately informed Garfinkel's position. Here we find the sources of his turn toward ethnomethodology, which would influence subsequent generations of sociologists. Essential reading for all social theory scholars and graduate students and for a wider range of social scientists in anthropology, ethnomethodology, and other fields.
The Enemy at the Gate
Author: Andrew Wheatcroft
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1409086828
Pages: 384
Year: 2009-11-10
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In 1683, two empires - the Ottoman, based in Constantinople, and the Habsburg dynasty in Vienna - came face to face in the culmination of a 250-year power struggle: the Great Siege of Vienna. Within the city walls the choice of resistance over surrender to the largest army ever assembled by the Turks created an all-or-nothing scenario: every last survivor would be enslaved or ruthlessly slaughtered. The Turks had set their sights on taking Vienna, the city they had long called 'The Golden Apple' since their first siege of the city in 1529. Both sides remained resolute, sustained by hatred of their age-old enemy, certain that their victory would be won by the grace of God. Eastern invaders had always threatened the West: Huns, Mongols, Goths, Visigoths, Vandals and many others. The Western fears of the East were vivid and powerful and, in their new eyes, the Turks always appeared the sole aggressors. Andrew Wheatcroft's extraordinary book shows that this belief is a grievous oversimplification: during the 400 year struggle for domination, the West took the offensive just as often as the East. As modern Turkey seeks to re-orient its relationship with Europe, a new generation of politicians is exploiting the residual fears and tensions between East and West to hamper this change. The Enemy at the Gate provides a timely and masterful account of this most complex and epic of conflicts.
Missa Choralis - For Chorus and Organ
Author: Franz Liszt
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Company
ISBN: 0769234577
Pages: 52
Year: 1985-03-01
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The Missa Choralis for Chorus and Organ was written by Franz Liszt while in Rome in 1865 during a period of study and composition of church music. Liszt especially admired Palestrina and found fascination in the use of plainchant and medieval modal tonalities. The setting of the Missa Choralis follows 18th century tradition, such as was used by Haydn and Mozart. Choral Score in Latin. Includes: Kyrie * Gloria * Credo * Sanctus * Benedictus * Agnus Dei.
The Afterlife of Austria-Hungary
Author: Adam Kożuchowski
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ISBN: 0822962659
Pages: 219
Year: 2013
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The Afterlife of Austria-Hungary examines histories, journalism, and literature in the period between world wars to expose both the positive and the negative treatment of the Habsburg monarchy following its dissolution and the powerful influence of fiction and memory over history. Originally published in Polish, Adam Kozuchowski's study analyzes the myriad factors that contributed to this phenomenon.
The Berthouville Silver Treasure and Roman Luxury
Author: Kenneth Lapatin
Publisher: Getty Publications
ISBN: 1606064207
Pages: 224
Year: 2014-11-18
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In 1830 a farmer plowing a field near the village of Berthouville in Normandy, France, discovered a trove of ancient Roman silver objects weighing some 55 pounds (25 kilograms). The Berthouville treasure, as the find came to be known, includes two statuettes representing the Gallo-Roman god Mercury and approximately sixty vessels—bowls, cups, pitchers, and plates, many of which bear votive inscriptions—along with dozens of smaller components and fragments. Dedicated to Mercury by various individuals, the treasure, including some of the finest ancient Roman silver to survive, fortunately escaped being melted down. It was acquired by the Cabinet des médailles et antiques of the Bibliothèque Royale (now the Département des Monnaies, médailles et antiques of the Bibliothèque nationale de France), where it was displayed until late 2010, when it was brought in its entirety to the Getty Villa together with four large, late antique silver plates, each with its own colorful history, for comprehensive conservation treatment. This sumptuously illustrated volume is published to accompany an exhibition of the same name, opening at the Getty Villa on November 18, 2014. It presents the highlights of the treasure and other Roman luxury arts from the holdings of the Cabinet des médailles—including precious gems, jewelry, gold coins, and colored marbles—and contextualizes them in a series of elucidating essays.
Thinking about the Elgin Marbles
Author: John Henry Merryman
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
ISBN: 9041128751
Pages: 595
Year: 2009
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The new edition of this insightful work begins with a critical reexamination of the rival Greek and British claims to the Elgin Marbles. That case study identifies the questions that continue to dominate the growing international debate about cultural property policy and which are subsequently explored in a newly expanded array of essays. The work goes on to pay particular attention to the law and policy relating to cultural property export controls and the evolution and development of the 1995 UNIDROIT Convention on the Return of Stolen and Illegally Exported Cultural Property. The second part of this highly regarded book addresses a number of contemporary art law issues in essays on counterfeit art, the moral rights of artists, the artist's resale right (droit de suite),the litigation over the Mark Rothko estate, and problems of museum trustee negligence, conflict of interests, and misuse of inside information.
The Quality of Silence
Author: Rosamund Lupton
Publisher: Crown
ISBN: 1101903678
Pages: 304
Year: 2016-02-16
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Originally published: London: Piatkus, 2015.