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Constructivism, Technology, and the Future of Classroom Learning
In order to develop our view of the revolution that technology is creating in education, it is helpful to briefly consider how technology has revolutionized American culture, and how it has left our
Discourse and the Construction of Society: Comparative Studies of Myth, Ritual, and Classification
In this bold theoretical work, Bruce Lincoln explores the ways in which myth, ritual, and classification hold human societies together--and how, in times of crisis, they can be used to take a society
Theorizing Myth: Narrative, Ideology, and Scholarship
Part 1 Mythos among the Greeks: the prehistory of mythos and logos from Homer through Plato. Part 2 A modern history of myth: the history of myth from the Renaissance to World War II Sir William's
Authority: Construction and Corrosion
Acknowledgments Chapter 1: Constructing Authority Chapter 2: Oratory and Ridicule: Thersites and the Homeric Assembly Chapter 3: Rumors and Prophecies: Lucius Aurelius Cotta and the Roman Senate, 15
Emerging from the chrysalis : rituals of women's initiation
Introduction Talikettukalyanam: The Marriage of Opposites Kinaalda: Becoming the Goddess Tiv Scarification: The Pattern of Time Festa das Mocas Novas: The Cosmic Tour The Rape of Persephone On the
The Rape of Persephone: A Greek Scenario of Women's Initiation
  • B. Lincoln
  • History
    Harvard Theological Review
  • 1 October 1979
Within the last fifteen years, scholars have shown considerable interest in the ritual life of women in antiquity, and have been particularly successful in recognizing the traces of women's
Theses on method
The conjunction "of" that joins the two nouns in the disciplinary ethnonym "History of Religions" is not neutral filler. Religion is that discourse whose defining characteristic is its desire to
Toward a Critical Hauntology: Bare Afterlife and the Ghosts of Ba Chúc
Abstract While cross-disciplinary analysis of ghosts and haunting has burgeoned in recent decades, much of this scholarship presumes the figure of the ghost as a less than literal apparition. We