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It was at the Watkinson library that Whorf became friends with the young boy, John B. Carroll, who later went on to study psychology under B. F. Skinner, and who in 1956 edited and published a selection of Whorf's essays as Language, Thought and Reality.
The most important event for the dissemination of Whorf's ideas to a larger public was the publication in 1956 of his major writings on the topic of linguistic relativity in a single volume titled " Language, Thought and Reality " edited by J.
Then, only a few commemorations were held — the most significant of which was a commissioned volume of Famine history edited by R. Dudley Edwards and T. Desmond Williams ( though not published until 1956 ), and the ' Famine Survey ' undertaken by the Irish Folklore Commission in 1945.
Bloom's Taxonomy is a classification of learning objectives within education proposed in 1956 by a committee of educators chaired by Benjamin Bloom who also edited the first volume of the standard text, Taxonomy of educational objectives: the classification of educational goals ( referred to as simply " the Handbook " below ).
He edited Eristica the magazine published by IMIB and September 1956 he organised the First World-wide Conference of the Free Artists, with Jorn, Gallizio and Elena Verrone.
Simmons was a geographer, and his book was a tribute to the influence of W. L Thomas ' edited collection, Man's role in ' Changing the Face of the Earth that came out in 1956.
During his last year, 1956 – 57, at the U of T, he edited the student newspaper The Varsity.
* Lord Ernle, edited by Hall, G. ( 1956 ), English Farming Past and Present, 5th Edition.
In 1956, Shir-Cliff edited a humor anthology, The Wild Reader, for Ballantine, including essays, poems and satirical pieces by Robert Benchley, Art Buchwald, Tom Lehrer, John Lardner, Shepherd Mead, Ogden Nash, S. J. Perelman, Frank Sullivan, James Thurber and others.
* Chris Harman on Ho Chi Minh, 1969, from The Left in Britain, 1956 – 68, edited by David Widgery
The Faber Book of Modern American Verse was a poetry anthology edited by W. H. Auden, and published in London in 1956 by Faber and Faber.
He became Chairman of the Manchester Left Club and edited a youth page for " labour's Northern Voice " and led the Suez Demonstrations in Manchester in 1956.
* Poetry now: an anthology edited by G. S. Fraser ( 1956 ) Faber & Faber
The journal was edited by Gavin Lambert from 1949 to 1955, and from 1956 to 1990 by Penelope Houston.
The feature films were edited for content, to remove objectionable material, and for time-one such instance was the first network telecast of John Huston's 1956 film Moby Dick, a Warner Bros. film which runs 117 minutes uncut, and yet was shown in a two-hour time slot with commercials.
After his death ( March 22, 1956, Cambridge, Massachusetts ) a representative selection of his papers was edited by Dorothy Stimson and published by Harvard University Press in 1962.
He edited Neon from 1956 to 1960, then served as editor for
He edited the Journal of Philosophy ( 1939 – 1956 ) and the Journal of Symbolic Logic ( 1940-1946 ).
In 1956 Rohmer directed, wrote, edited and starred in La Sonale á Kreutzer, a 50 minute film produced by Godard.
From 1956 to 1962 he edited ( with Vitaly Chekhover and others ) a four-volume anthology on the endgame, Shakhmatnye okonchaniya ( revised in 1980-84 and translated as Comprehensive Chess Endings, five volumes ).
* Happy Christmas: Tales for Boys and Girls, edited by Claire H. Bishop, Ungar, 1956
He has been a columnist and senior editor for The Christian Century magazine since 1956, edited the biweekly " Context " newsletter from 1969 until 2010, and writes a weekly column distributed electronically as " Sightings " by the Martin Marty Center at the University of Chicago Divinity School.
After she retired in 1956 she edited the Aberdeen University review.
The most prominent English language version is Panzer Battles: A Study of the Employment of Armor in the Second World War, © 1956 University of Oklahoma Press, translated by H. Betzler and edited by L. C. F. Turner.

1956 and important
He thought he had learned an important lesson from the failing of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, believing the Kremlin would allow him a free hand in pursuing domestic reform as long as Czechoslovakia remained a faithful ally of the Soviet Union, under Communist rule.
Other important early publications include: Edward H. Chamberlin's ( 1950 ) The Theory of Monopolistic Competition ; François Perroux's ( 1950 ) Economic Spaces: Theory and Application ; Torsten Hägerstrand's ( 1953 ) Innovationsförloppet ur Korologisk Synpunkt ; Edgar S. Dunn's ( 1954 ) The Location of Agricultural Production ; Martin J. Beckmann, C. B McGuire, and Clifford B. Winston's ( 1956 ) Studies in the Economics of Transportation ; Melvin L. Greenhut's ( 1956 ) Plant Location in Theory and Practice ; Gunnar Myrdal's ( 1957 ) Economic Theory and Underdeveloped Regions ; Albert O. Hirschman's ( 1958 ) The Strategy of Economic Development ; and Claude Ponsard's ( 1958 ) Histoire des Théorie Économique Spatiales.
Williams also wrote the introduction to Ginsberg's important first book, Howl and Other Poems in 1956.
During his long association with Knoll he designed many important pieces of furniture including the " Grasshopper " lounge chair and ottoman ( 1946 ), the " Womb " chair and ottoman ( 1948 ), the " Womb " settee ( 1950 ), side and arm chairs ( 1948 – 1950 ), and his most famous " Tulip " or " Pedestal " group ( 1956 ), which featured side and arm chairs, dining, coffee and side tables, as well as a stool.
Launching the 1956 Suez War, on October 29, 1956, Israeli paratroopers led by Ariel Sharon dropped onto the important Mitla Pass to cut off and engage Egyptian forces.
Russell Cave is an important archaeological site that was excavated in 1956 by the Smithsonian Institution and the National Geographic Society.
In 2004 it was ranked number forty-five on Rolling Stones list of " The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time ", the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame included it in its unranked list 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll and in 2005, Uncut magazine ranked the first performance of " Heartbreak Hotel " in 1956 by Presley as the second greatest and most important cultural event of the rock and roll era.
Early post-War collections were recorded by Suzanne Danco, Anton Dermota and Gérard Souzay ( all before 1953 ), Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau ( 1954 ), Hans Hotter ( 1954 ), Erna Berger ( 1956 ), Heinrich Rehfuss ( 1955 ) and Elisabeth Schumann ( 1958 ), and important individual songs by Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Nicola Rossi-Lemeni, and Elisabeth Höngen.
Other landmarks historically associated with Ardmore include the Autocar Manufacturing Company, an important manufacturer of trucks and jeeps during the world wars, once located on Lancaster Pike on the site of the current Ardmore West Shopping Center, which burned down in a famous conflagration in 1956 ; the Ardmore Theater on Lancaster Pike, now the Philadelphia Sports Club ; Harrison's Department Store, on the north side of Lancaster Pike across from the theater ; Mads Record Shop, rock music mecca since the genre's inception, still going strong ; the Merion Art Center ; the Pennywise Thrift Shop of Jefferson Medical College ; Lyons Hardware Store on Rittenhouse Place ; Rittenhouse Electric, also on Rittenhouse Place ; A. Talone Cleaners at Lancaster and Greenfield ; and luxury travel company SWAIN Tours.
Although in 1954 the Higher School of Arts was moved to Gdańsk, Sopot remained an important centre of culture, and in 1956 the first Polish jazz festival was held there ( until then jazz had been banned by the Communist authorities ).
The island is mostly private property and the current pine forests were largely planted by its owner Şehsuvar Menemencioğlu, who purchased the island in 1956 and also played an important role in the imposition of a strict building code to make sure that the island's nature and environment will be protected.
Yang held a senior position in the CCP Central Committee from 1956 to 1966, giving him a degree of direct control over most important Communist Party affairs.
His book with Samuel Eilenberg Homological Algebra ( 1956 ) was an important text, treating the subject with a moderate level of abstraction with the help of category theory.
In this regard, the Biblical texts regarding Jeconiah are especially important, because the time of his reign in Jerusalem was fixed by Donald Wiseman's 1956 publication, and this is consistent with his thirty-seventh year of captivity overlapping the accession year of Amel-Marduk, as mentioned above.
Between 1950 and 1956, he illegally used the third-class waiting hall in Cologne main station for political and cultural discussion events (" Mittwochgespräche "), which were important for German education in democracy.
* Albrecht Alt ( 1883 – 1956 ): prominent in early debates about the religion of the biblical patriarchs ; he was also an important influence on the generation of mid-20th century German scholars, including Martin Noth and Gerhard von Rad.
In 1956, David Astor and his newspaper came under fire when it accused Prime Minister Anthony Eden of lying to the people about important matters in Suez Crisis.
Critics argue that an important opportunity for rollback was forfeited in October – November 1956, when Hungarian reformist leader Imre Nagy announced Hungary's withdrawal from the Warsaw Pact, and when he and Hungarian insurgents called on the West for help against invading Soviet troops.
The USC had played an important and effective role in combating the Irish Republican Army ( IRA ) Border Campaign of 1956 to 1962.
Monsarrat's more famous novels, notably The Tribe That Lost Its Head ( 1956 ) and its sequel Richer Than All His Tribe ( 1968 ), drew on his experience in the diplomatic service and make important reference to the colonial experience of Britain in Africa.
Writing in French in the 1950s, Oyono had only a brief literary career, but his anti-colonialist novels are considered classics of 20th century African literature ; his first novel, Une vie de boy — published in 1956 and later translated as Houseboy — is considered particularly important.

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