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In the blink of an eye: A discussion and example of an experimental genre of ethnography for West Africa
A discussion of some of the experimental genres used in ethnographic writing today, their origins, and which particular genres are most effective in relaying ethnographic data. This brief study is followed by an original ...
'And so, enquire the difference': Gender, land, and social change in twelfth and thirteenth century England, a study of maritagium and fee tail
The maritagium and the gift in tail were conditional gifts by which land from the patrimony might be provided to daughters and younger sons while ensuring that when such cadet branches failed the land would return to the ...
Elder John Leland: Evangelical minister and republican rhetorician (Virginia)
Contributing to the movement to separate church and state in revolutionary Virginia, John Leland formed a unique discourse that utiltized the similarities inherent in evangelical religion and republican ideology. Building ...
Flaws in the jewel? The Grenada Revolution, 1979-1983
Through examining the political, economic, and social developments of the Grenada Revolution, it is possible to view the revolutionary period as part of a continuum of Grenada's history. In most areas the Peoples' Revolutionary ...
"Elusive agreement": The Sporazum of 1939 and the Serb-Croat dispute in the context of European crisis (Yugoslavia)
The Sporazum (Agreement) of 1939 sought to unify Yugoslavia against the threat of foreign aggression by establishing a basis for the resolution of the Croatian question. It failed to achieve its immediate goal of Yugoslav ...