Browse by Subject "Religion, History of"
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(2009)This project explores conceptions of subjectivity in Anglo-Saxon England by analyzing the contents and sources of the Vercelli Book, a tenth-century compilation of Old English religious poetry and prose. The Vercelli Book's ...
'Storming the heavens': The Soviet League of the Militant Godless and Bolshevik political culture in the 1920s and 1930s (1994)Among the many social campaigns launched by the Bolsheviks in the 1920s, the effort to counter the pervasive influence of religion was among the most visible. From 1924 to 1941, the League of the Militant Godless, the ...
"A sturdy native plant": The American Catholic education system, the American Catholic philosophy of education, and American Catholic identity, 1919-1972 (1994)For much of its existence, the American Catholic Church labored against native Protestant beliefs that its Roman connections hampered Catholic assimilation into American life. Millions of ethnic Catholics lived in a culture ...
(1990)Serious attention to style of the discourse analyzed remains a neglected feature of the tradition of rhetorical criticism. A survey of the literature reveals a fundamental neglect of style in both the theory and practice ...
(1993)Jacksonian artisans greeted the cultural transformations of industrialization with ambivalence; while technological advances offered opportunity for some, the deskilling of craft caused dislocation for others. Equally ...
Visions and revisions: An exploratory investigation sketching the origins and growth of the evolving relationship between the church and recreation, 1872-1992 (1995)The purpose of this study was to analyze how different religious groups perceived the historical development of the relationship between the Church and recreation from period 1872 to 1992.