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11. Waldemar and Friedrich Carl von Oppenheim during the National Socialist Regime

Gossman, Lionel (1 juin 2015)

The Oppenheims themselves, all of whom, like the vast majority of so-called Mischlinge [persons of mixed race], survived the Nazi regime, have come under scrutiny and the well-documented studies produced under Oppenheim auspices have not held back from confronting obvious questions about their ...

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21. Judith in Baroque Oratorio

Marsh, David (17 févr. 2013)

From the Quattrocento onward, the story of Judith often inspired Italian writers and artists to produce masterpieces celebrating female heroism. Around 1470, Lucrezia Tornabuoni, the mother of Lorenzo de’ Medici, wrote a Storia di Giuditta in ottava rima. A century later, Federico Della Valle ...

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9. Maximilien Aue : une homosexualité de rigueur ?

Levéel, Éric (20 déc. 2012)

Il serait vain de réitérer combien le lien entre la sexualité et le Mal a été exploité en littérature, au théâtre et dans les œuvres filmiques. Il serait vain de nier combien la « souillure » homosexuelle s’agrippe à l’iconographie et à l’historiographie du nazisme, combien la ...

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7. Conclusions

Vira, Bhaskar et al. (29 nov. 2016)

7.1 Forests and Trees Matter for Food Security and Nutrition Close to one out of every six persons directly depends on forests, with food being one essential aspect of this dependence. An even greater number rely on the ecosystem services of forests – notably soil and water protection and ...

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2. On the Nature of Evidence

Atkinson, David (29 nov. 2016)

At the end of the previous chapter, reference was made to the evidence of all the texts and tunes that were not recorded. The burlesque ‘Giles Collins and Lady Alis’ provides evidence of a kind for the currency of the ‘George Collins’ ballad at an earlier date, because parody makes little ...

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3. Study Questions

Virgil, (29 nov. 2016)

Avant Propos: The Set Text and the Aeneid 1. Would you start reading a novel with Chapter 4? To what extent, do you think, will your understanding and appreciation of the set text be compromised if you do not read the first three books (in English) first? (As Henderson puts it: ‘Everyone should ...

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Introduction

Orsini, Francesca et al. (29 nov. 2016)

Khwāndan: To read, to recite [...] to sing. What would an auditory history of South Asia sound like? As we walk down a city street or a neighbourhood lane in contemporary India, loudspeakers hanging from electricity poles spread the tune of a choral bhajan or amateur singing at a ritual wake, ...

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6. A Venetian Experiment on Perpetual Copyright

Borghi, Maurizio (14 févr. 2013)

The recognition that rights pertaining to intellectual creations are of limited duration is one of the ’constitutional moments’ in the making of many copyright laws at the end of the eighteenth century. In the English case of Donaldson v. Becket (1774) the House of Lords rejected the claim that ...

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6. The Conquest of Polio and the Contribution of Animal Experiments

Botting, Jack Howard (29 nov. 2016)

Any individual old enough to have even occasional recall of a childhood before World War II must be aware of the impact of antibacterial agents and vaccination on infective disease. With the advent of prontosil and hence the sulphonamides, followed by the antibiotics, death from common bacterial ...

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4. Appendix to Part I: The Völkisch Rejection of Christianity

Gossman, Lionel (11 janv. 2013)

Christianity – and especially its Jewish origin – was the target of many rebellious, avant-garde spirits, most of them inspired by Nietzsche, around the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The case of the Polish writer Stanislaw Przybysczewski can be taken as fairly typical. A well- ...

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