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Writing in the 1960s, the historian Gene Weltfish drew from earlier work of Wissler and Spinden to suggest that the sacrificial practice might have been transferred in the early 16th century from the Aztec of present-day Mexico.
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Both authors were pioneers in feminist criticism of science fiction during the 1960s and 70s through essays collected in The Language of the Night ( Le Guin, 1979 ) and How To Suppress Women's Writing ( Russ, 1983 ).
Writing in 1987, the archaeologist Christopher Chippindale of Cambridge University spoke on the view of processualism at that time, putting it in the context of the 1960s, when he stated that:
Writing from the 1960s until the 1980s, her novels include, The Infernal Desire Machines of Doctor Hoffman ( 1972 ) and Nights at the Circus ( 1984 ).
Writing and publishing since the late 1960s, he has also been involved in an editorial capacity with several publishing firms such as the Governor-General's Award winning Blackfish Press.
Writing about Hayden's role in the 1960s New Left, Nicholas Lemann, national correspondent for The Atlantic, said that " Tom Hayden changed America ", calling him " father to the largest mass protests in American history ", and Richard N. Goodwin, who was a speechwriter for presidents Lyndon B. Johnson and John F. Kennedy, said that Hayden, " without even knowing it, inspired the Great Society.
" Writing in the early 1960s on economic inequality in America, Myrdal ’ s underclass refers to a “ class of unemployed, unemployables, and underemployed who are more and more hopelessly set apart from the nation at large and do not share in its life, its ambitions and its achievements .” However, this general conception of a class or category of people below the core of the working class has a long tradition in the social sciences, such as through the work of Henry Mayhew, whose London Labour and the London Poor sought to describe the hitherto invisible world of casual workers, prostitutes, and street-people.
Writing in the 1960s, former Attorney General Francis Biddle hinted at the subject when he described Walsh in the mid-1930s as " an elderly politician with a soft tread and low, colorless voice ... whose concealed and controlled anxieties not altogether centered on retaining his job.
During the 1960s and ' 70s, he was prominent as a student and civic activist, was an early staff member of the Georgia Straight, a free alternative newspaper, and co-founder with Dennis Wheeler of the " Georgia Straight Writing Supplement ", which eventually became New Star Books.
Writing and reporting news was only a fraction of Rea ’ s job, he was in reality a Disc Jockey playing oldies records from the 1950s and 1960s.
Writing and historian
Writing in 1872, church historian William Stephens said “ The Patriarch of the Eastern Rome appeals to the great bishops of the West, as the champions of an ecclesiastical discipline which he confesses himself unable to enforce, or to see any prospect of establishing.
Writing in 1933, art historian Bryson Burroughs, who at that time attributed to Hubert the Crucifixion and Last Judgement diptych and whom he describes as " the fountainhead of northern painting ", suggests he did the underdrawing for the Ghent Altarpiece with Jan painting in after his brother's death.
Writing in 2000, pianist and historian Joseph Smith cited Suicide in an Airplane among those pieces of Ornstein's that " represented ( and may still represent ) the ne plus ultra of pianistic violence.
Writing of the " unusual excitement on the subject of religion " described in the First Vision story canonized by the LDS Church, Milton V. Backman, associate professor of history and religion at Brigham Young University, said that although " the tools of the historian " could neither verify nor challenge the First Vision, " records of the past can be examined to determine the reliability of Joseph's description regarding the historical setting.
Writing in 2000, the television historian John Caughie stated that " Newman's insistence that the series would use only original material written for television made Armchair Theatre a decisive moment in the history of British television drama.
Writing in 1982, historian Jaroslav Folda noted that at the time there had been little investigation of Crusader frescoes which would provide a comparison for the fragmentary remains found at Krak des Chevaliers.
Writing more than half a century after the critic, historian Lucian Boia also noted that, while Kogălniceanu stressed national unity, his discourse tended to place emphasis on Moldavian particularities.
Writing around 330, the first great recorded Church historian Eusebius of Caesarea mentions that bishops from Epiros attended the first Ecumenical Council of Nicaea in 325.
Writing in The Handbook of Texas, historian Thomas Ricks Lindley maintains that the Wagner cannon does not match the Smithwick account.
Writing of Nolte ’ s claim that Weizmann ’ s letter was a “ Jewish declaration of war ”, Winkler stated that “ No German historian has ever accorded Hitler such a sympathetic treatment ”.
Writing in Latin, the Roman historian Ammianus Marcellinus ( XXI. 6. 8 ) renders the name of his contemporary Iberian king as Meribanes.
Fritz Fischer ( March 5, 1908 – December 1, 1999 ) was a German historian best known for his analysis of the causes of World War I. Fischer has been described by The Encyclopedia of Historians and Historical Writing as the most important German historian of the 20th century.
Writing in the 5th century, the Roman historian Vegetius pleaded for reform of what must have been a greatly weakened army.
Writing of the work of the German historian Rainer Zitelmann, Kershaw has argued that Zitelmann has elevated what were merely secondary considerations in Hitler's remarks to the primary level, and that Zitelmann has not offered a clear definition of what he means by " modernization ".
His thesis advisor was Marvin Meyers, a historian of Jacksonian America, whom Taylor praised in the preface of his book Writing Early American History ( 2005 ).
Writing of Klaus Hildebrand's attack on Habermas, Mommsen declared :“ Hildebrand ’ s partisan shots can be easily deflected ; that Habermas is accused of a “ loss of reality and Manichaeanism ”, and that his honesty is denied is witness to the self-consciousness of a self-nominated historian elite, which has set itself the task of tracing the outlines of the seeming badly needed image of history ”.
Hildebrand is pleased that Nolte denies the singularity of the Nazi atrocities ” Hans Mommsen defended Habermas against Hildebrand by writing :“ Hildebrand ’ s partisan shots can be easily deflected ; that Habermas is accused of a “ loss of reality and Manichaeanism ”, and that his honesty is denied is witness to the self-consciousness of a self-nominated historian elite, which has set itself the task of tracing the outlines of the seeming badly needed image of history ” Writing of Hildebrand's support for Nolte, Mommsen declared that: “ Hildebrand ’ s polemic clearly suggests that he barely considered the consequences of making Nolte ’ s constructs the centrepiece of a modern German conservatism that is very anxious to relativize the National Socialist experience and to find the way back to a putative historically “ normal situation ” In another essay, Mommsen wrote that Hildebrand was gulity of hypocrisy because Hildebrand had until 1986 always claimed that generic fascism was invalid concept because of the " singularity " of the Holocaust Mommsen wrote that " Klaus Hildebrand explicitly took sides with Nolte's view when he gave his previously stubbornly claimed singularity of National Socialism ( failing to appreciate that was, as is well known, the standard criticism of the comparative fascism theory )" Martin Broszat observed that when Hildebrand organized a conference of right-wing German historians under the auspices of the Schleyer Foundation in West Berlin in September 1986, he did not invite Nolte, whom Broszat observed lived in Berlin.
To the Finland Station: A Study in the Writing and Acting of History ( 1940 ) is a book by American critic and historian Edmund Wilson.
Writing in The Jerusalem Post, historian Jean Ancel dismissed Hohenzollern's claims and praised the wartime actions of the king and his mother, Queen Helen.
Writing and Gene
In 1968, The Producers won the Academy Award for Best Writing, Story and Screenplay — Written Directly for the Screen, and Gene Wilder was nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role.
It was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actor in a Leading Role ( Melvyn Douglas ), Best Actor in a Supporting Role ( Gene Hackman ) and Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium.
Writing and drew
Writing for NME in May 1995, John Mulvey surmised that the song lacked substance, and drew comparisons with the stadium rock of U2.
Bewitched creator Sol Saks revealed in his book The Craft of Comedy Writing that he drew on these and other sources such as folktales.
" Writing in his 70s, Greene drew on his own experience in MI6 and explored the moral ambiguities raised by his old boss, legendary Soviet double agent Kim Philby, although Greene stated that Castle, the main character in the novel, was not based on Philby.
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Writing systems that indicate consonants but do not indicate most vowels ( like the Aramaic one ) or indicate them with added diacritical signs, have been called abjads by Peter T. Daniels to distinguish them from later alphabets, such as Greek, that represent vowels more systematically.
ASL grammar was obscured for much of its history by the practice of glossing it rather than transcribing it ( see Writing systems below ), a practice which conveyed little of its grammar apart from word order.
Writing a little later, Tertullian makes the same main point but adds expressly that recently founded churches ( such as his own in Carthage ) could be considered apostolic if they had " derived the tradition of faith and the seeds of doctrine " from an apostolic church.
Writing in 1933, Charles Fenner suggested that it was likely that the " actual origin of the bunyip myth lies in the fact that from time to time seals have made their way up the ... Murray and Darling ( Rivers )".
Writing in 2010 Neil Finn said, " When we lost Paul it was like someone pulled the rug out from underneath everything, a terrible jolt out of the dark blue.
Writing was from right to left except in archaic inscriptions, which occasionally used boustrophedon.
During the late 1970s he acquired a large public audience as a critic of the then Labour government's disregard of civil liberties ; his writings from this time are collected in Writing By Candlelight ( 1980 ).
Posthumous Portrait of Percy Shelley | Shelley Writing Prometheus Unbound ( Shelley ) | Prometheus Unbound ( 1845 ) On 17 September 1820, Severn set sail onboard the Maria Crowther from England to Italy with the famous English poet John Keats.
* December 6, 2005 lecture given by Karon at the National Cathedral, entitled Wrestling with and Writing from the Heart
A National Student Metallurgists Meet is held on the second day of the event, where students from the Metallurgical, Mechanical, Chemical, Nano-Science departments of other colleges participate in a host of competitions-Technical Paper Presentation, Poster Presentation, Metallurgical Essay Writing, Metallography, Debate and Quiz competitions.
* Vermeer Pictures ( 2005 ) concert suite for orchestra from Writing to Vermeer ( arrangement by Clark Rundell )
Writing data to a disk was done by converting 256-byte pages into sets of 5-bit or, later, 6-bit nibbles ; loading data from the disk required the reverse.
Writing during the reign of the Emperor Domitian ( AD 81 – 96 ), the Roman poet Martial expressed his admiration for Otho's choice to spare the Empire from civil war through sacrificing himself:
It was much later, in the 1600s, with the increased popularity of writing, especially in the copperplate style promoted by the many printed manuals available from the ' Writing Masters ,' that quills became more pointed and flexible.
Writing his Lives of Illustrious Men ( Parallel Lives ) in the first century CE, the Middle Platonic philosopher Plutarch's chapter on Romulus gave an account of his mysterious disappearance and subsequent deification, comparing it to traditional Greek beliefs such as the resurrection and physical immortalization of Alcmene and Aristeas the Proconnesian, " for they say Aristeas died in a fuller's work-shop, and his friends coming to look for him, found his body vanished ; and that some presently after, coming from abroad, said they met him traveling towards Croton.
In On Writing, King is critical of Lovecraft's dialogue-writing skills, using passages from The Colour Out of Space as particularly poor examples.
In 2008, King's book On Writing was ranked 21st on Entertainment Weekly list of " The New Classics: The 100 Best Reads from 1983 to 2008 ".
Writing during the time of Augustus, Virgil has his hero give a first-person account of the fall of Troy in the second of the Aeneid's twelve books ; the Trojan Horse, which does not appear in " The Iliad ", became legendary from Virgil's account.
Writing to the Christians of Smyrna, in about AD 106, Saint Ignatius warned them to " stand aloof from such heretics ", because, among other reasons, " they abstain from the Eucharist and from prayer, because they confess not the Eucharist to be the flesh of our Savior Jesus Christ, which suffered for our sins, and which the Father, of His goodness, raised up again.
* Fierce Pajamas: An Anthology of Humor Writing from The New Yorker by David Reminick and Henry Finder ( 2002 )
Writing for the majority, Justice Rehnquist rejected the appellants argument for the common law's protection of property against trespass, writing that such an interpretation would " represent a return to the era of Lochner v. New York,, when common-law rights were also found immune from revision ... would freeze the common law as it has been constructed by courts, perhaps at its 19th-century state of development.
Writing in Latin letters was introduced to Scandinavia with Christianity, so there are few native documentary sources from Scandinavia before the late 11th and early 12th centuries.