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Browsing History by Author "DuPlessis, Robert S."

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Browsing History by Author "DuPlessis, Robert S."

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  • van Brabant, Katja Josifa (1992)
    Drawing on texts written by classical Roman writers and Christian Church Fathers, Van Brabant analyzes humanist educational works from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries . She concludes that no monolithic humanist ...
  • Marcus, Erica A. (1984)
    Marcus examines the origins of the Catholic cult of saints in the first four centuries A.D. through the lens of three individuals from different historical periods. Troubled by the Catholic religious elite’s promotion of ...
  • Roney, Jessica E. (2000)
    In an attempt to counter nationalist historians who present seventeenth and eighteenth century Irish history as a conflict between a united “Irish” nation and the English’s conquest and colonization of Ireland, Roney focuses ...
  • Wessel, Madelyn (1976)
    Wessel analyzes German philosopher Johann Gottfried Herder's initial support for the French Revolution and reaction to the subsequent violence. Using letters she translates, in addition to Herder's other writings and ...
  • Purkey, Hannah Claire G. (2011)
    In her thesis, Hannah Purkey delves into the life of a Jewish moneylender and the relationships to his borrowers in Castelló d’Empúries, a small Catalonian town, from 1323-1331. She analyzes the individual and unusually ...
  • Filson, Paul (1978)
    In this thesis, Filson examines the Peking-Hankow Railway strike through the lenses of the two main accounts, the communist and the western accounts. Drawing from American diplomat reports and the memoirs of a Communist ...
  • Sherman, Melissa J. (1993)
    Sherman analyzes the paths to power for women in the French Court. Through a study of four women perceived as influential in the court, Anne d’Autriche, Princess Henriette d’Angleterre, Françoise d'Aubigné, and Ninon de ...

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