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Erchempert's "History of the Lombards of Benevento": A translation and study of its place in the chronicle tradition
Erchempert, a ninth-century Lombard monk attached to the monastery of Monte Cassino in Southern Italy, wrote the History of the Lombards of Benevento around 889, a history intended to contrast with Paul the Deacon's earlier ...
Absence to presence: The life history of Sylvia [Bataille] Lacan (France)
Sylvia (Bataille) Lacan (1908-1993) was a french film actress who was married to the philosopher Georges Bataille and to the psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan. Despite this fact, she is virtually absent from the critical accounts ...
Nazis or fairy tales: The career of Leni Riefenstahl (Germany)
Riefenstahl's career is examined through criticism which only allows two images: Riefenstahl as a Nazi film propagandist or Riefenstahl as a pure artist. My research shows that Riefenstahl is a complex person; therefore, ...
"Permanent friends, permanent interests": Anglo-American cooperation in naval intelligence during the Second World War
Anglo-American cooperation in naval intelligence during the Second World War was closer and more productive than any similar relationship between other sovereign nations in recent history. Although thought of as a product ...