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Gardens Of The Roman Empire

Author: Wilhelmina F. Jashemski
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108325831
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In Gardens of the Roman Empire, the pioneering archaeologist Wilhelmina F. Jashemski sets out to examine the role of ancient Roman gardens in daily life throughout the empire. This study, therefore, includes for the first time, archaeological, literary, and artistic evidence about ancient Roman gardens across the entire Roman Empire from Britain to Arabia. Through well-illustrated essays by leading scholars in the field, various types of gardens are examined, from how Romans actually created their gardens to the experience of gardens as revealed in literature and art. Demonstrating the central role and value of gardens in Roman civilization, Jashemski and a distinguished, international team of contributors have created a landmark reference work that will serve as the foundation for future scholarship on this topic.

Ungarn 1956 Vor Der Uno

Author: Georg Kastner
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3706549662
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Der Ungarnaufstand des Jahres 1956 markiert mittlerweile vielfach den frühen Beginn des Zerfalls des Ostblocks. Dabei wird das Ereignis in der historischen Analyse oft verklärt, das Verhalten des (westlichen) Auslands mitunter auch unreflektiert kritisiert. Ziel der Kritik ist meist auch die UNO, der nicht nur von den Ungarn Versagen vorgeworfen wird. Hierbei bleiben aber die tatsächlichen Möglichkeiten der Kritisierten im Dunkeln, althergebrachte politisch motivierte Thesen werden nicht weiter hinterfragt. Georg Kastner wählt in "Ungarn 1956 vor der UNO" eine andere Herangehensweise als die bislang zum Thema Ungarn 1956 verfassten Studien. Die Entwicklung und ihre Vorgeschichte werden im ersten Teil unter Analyse von Berichten der DDR-Botschaft in Budapest, der CIA und der UNO rekonstruiert; es wird dargestellt, wer wann über welchen Informationsstand verfügte. Im zweiten Teil steht die Debatte in den UN-Gremien im Mittelpunkt, wobei sich zeigt, dass die Vereinten Nationen bei weitem nicht so untätig waren, wie ihnen vielfach unterstellt wurde und wird.

Open Tourism

Author: Roman Egger
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3642540899
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This book examines the concepts of open innovation, crowdsourcing and co-creation from a holistic point of view and analyzes them considering their suitability to the tourism industry. Methods, theories and models are discussed and examined regarding their practical applicability in tourism. The book illustrates the theoretical mechanisms and principles of Open Innovation, Crowdsourcing and Co-creation with case studies and best practices examples. In addition to the scientific target group, the book is a useful resource for managers of the entire tourism industry. First, the book presents the theoretical fundamentals and concepts in 11 specific chapters. This basis is then enriched by three parts with case studies, focusing on information, creation and provision respectively. Finally in a concluding part the editors sum up the book and give an outlook on the implications, learnings and future perspectives of open innovation, crowdsourcing and collaborative consumption in the tourism industry.

Material Texts In Early Modern England

Author: Adam Smyth
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108373208
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What was a book in early modern England? By combining book history, bibliography and literary criticism, Material Texts in Early Modern England explores how sixteenth- and seventeenth-century books were stranger, richer things than scholars have imagined. Adam Smyth examines important aspects of bibliographical culture which have been under-examined by critics: the cutting up of books as a form of careful reading; book destruction and its relation to canon formation; the prevalence of printed errors and the literary richness of mistakes; and the recycling of older texts in the bodies of new books, as printed waste. How did authors, including Herbert, Jonson, Milton, Nashe and Cavendish, respond to this sense of the book as patched, transient, flawed, and palimpsestic? Material Texts in Early Modern England recovers these traits and practices, and so crucially revises our sense of what a book was, and what a book might be.

The Early Textual History Of Lucretius De Rerum Natura

Author: David Butterfield
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 110703745X
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This is the first detailed analysis of the fate of Lucretius' De rerum natura from its beginnings in the 50s BC down to the creation of our earliest extant manuscripts during the Carolingian age. A detailed investigation of the knowledge of Lucretius' poem among writers throughout the Roman, and subsequently the medieval, worlds allows fresh insight into the work's readership and reception, and an assessment of the value of the indirect tradition for editing the poem. The first extended analysis of the 170+ subject headings (capitula) that intersperse the text reveals the close engagement of Roman readers. A fresh inspection and assignation of marginal hands in the poem's most important manuscript provides new evidence about the work of Carolingian correctors and the basis for a new Lucretian stemma codicum. Further clarification of the interrelationship of Renaissance manuscripts of Lucretius gives additional evidence of the poem's reception in fifteenth-century Italy.

Nature And Society

Author: Philippe Descola
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134827156
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The contributors to this book focus on the relationship between nature and society from a variety of theoretical and ethnographic perspectives. Their work draws upon recent developments in social theory, biology, ethnobiology, epistemology, sociology of science, and a wide array of ethnographic case studies -- from Amazonia, the Solomon Islands, Malaysia, the Mollucan Islands, rural comunities from Japan and north-west Europe, urban Greece, and laboratories of molecular biology and high-energy physics. The discussion is divided into three parts, emphasising the problems posed by the nature-culture dualism, some misguided attempts to respond to these problems, and potential avenues out of the current dilemmas of ecological discourse.

Two Men Fought

Author: Alan Gould
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1257692143
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The first book by Victor Canning using the pen name Alan Gould, this is the story of a feud between two boys which persists through adolescence, marriage and a failed business partnership, spanning the years 1900 to 1930, set on the south coast of Cornwall. There are some magnificent descriptions of the scenery and wildlife of the area.

Pagan Papers

Author: Kenneth Grahame
Publisher: The Floating Press
ISBN: 1776598792
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This early collection of short works from The Wind in the Willows author Kenneth Grahame will come as a pleasant surprise to fans of his fiction geared for younger audiences. Though sharing the same whimsical irreverence as his juvenile fiction, these essays and sketches are characterized by a dry, sophisticated wit that will appeal to grownups.