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Patronage in Renaissance Italy: From 1400 to the Early Sixteenth Century
Note on money Florence civic pride and guild prestige merchants and morality Cosimo de' Medici for God, their city and themselves propaganda for the new republic Venice - heir of Byzantium image of
Preventing violence in context: the importance of culture for implementing systemic change
OBJECTIVE: To address the complexity of violence in the homes, schools, and neighborhoods of individuals, we need to shift our level of analysis from individuals to collectives and we need to direct
Responses of Female Therapists to Treating Adult Female Survivors of Incest
S u b je c t s 2 an d 3 s t a t e d t h a t p a r t o f t h e a d v a n ta g e com es fro m b e in g a d i f f e r e n t g e n d e r th a n th e c l i e n t ' s p e r p e t r a t o r , who i s u s u
Collaborative Work by Graduate Students: A Comparison of Modalities.
Online learning as a choice in higher education has grown exponentially. Research has indicated the importance for instructors to provide opportunity for student collaboration through use of online
The Possessions of a Cardinal: Politics, Piety, and Art, 1450–1700
Cardinals occupied a unique place in the world of early modern Europe, their distinctive red hats the visible signs not only of impressive careers at the highest rank the pope could bestow, but also
A Companion to the Early Modern Cardinal
A Companion to the Early Modern Cardinal is the first comprehensive overview of its subject in English or any language. Cardinals are best known as the pope’s electors, but in the centuries from 1400