author={Hiram W. Woodward},
  journal={Critical Inquiry},
  pages={291 - 303}
While Thomas Hoving was still director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, there appeared The Chase, the Capture, a small book celebrating the museum's acquisitory power and acumen. "The chase and the capture of a great work of art," wrote Hoving, "is one of the most exciting endeavors in life-as dramatic, emotional, and fulfilling as a love affair.... It is curious but true that the Metropolitan Museum has never attempted to tell the public about the endlessly fascinating aspects of its… Expand
Ritual Change and the Distant: Mesoamerican Iconography, Scarlet Macaws, and Great Kivas in the Mimbres Region of Southwestern New Mexico
Abstract The Mimbres Classic period (A .D. 1000–1130) in southwestern New Mexico was marked by dramatic and complex changes. The use of Great Kivas ended, and macaws and Mesoamerican-inspiredExpand
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for Photogrammetry: Analysis of Orthophoto Images over the Territory of Lithuania
The paper presents the results of calculation of the project values of the UAV flights taking the images by digital camera Canon S100 and the analysis of the possibilities of theUAV orthophoto images’ mode. Expand
Use-wear analysis of an Amudian laminar assemblage from the Acheuleo-Yabrudian of Qesem Cave, Israel
In this paper the results of use-wear analysis of an Amudian lithic assemblage recently discovered at Qesem Cave, Israel, are presented. Although very old, this assemblage maintains well-preservedExpand
Translation as Rewriting: Cultural Theoretical Appraisal of Shakespeare’s Macbeth in the Ewe language of West Africa
Abstract The cultural turn in translation theory brought attention to the idea that translation is not a purely linguistic phenomenon but one that is also constrained by culture. The cultural turnExpand
La fluctuation en genre grammatical des substantifs inanimés en vieil-anglais
The existence of nouns of variable genre in Old English was brought to the linguistic community’s attention at the end of the 19th century. Despite the rather high number of nouns assigned to severalExpand
Qualitative "Versus" Quantitative Methods in Social Research
The perennial controversy over quantitative and qualitative methods is addressed from an empirical point of view rather than as a purely methodological or epistemological question. Consideration ofExpand
P. S.. versus Traditional Method Criteria for Comparison and Results (1969-1979)
In this paper, 40 studies are reviewed in which the effectiveness of the personalized system of instruction (P.S.I.) is compared to that of the traditional class method, over the period 1969 to 1979,Expand
Viewpoint consistent texture synthesis
  • A. Neubeck, A. Zalesny, L. Gool
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings. 2nd International Symposium on 3D Data Processing, Visualization and Transmission, 2004. 3DPVT 2004.
  • 2004
The purpose of this work is to synthesize textures of rough, real world surfaces under freely chosen viewing and illumination directions, and a superior sequential but highly parallelizable algorithm is proposed. Expand
Unmanned aerial vehicle-based remote sensing for rangeland assessment, monitoring, and management
The ability to depict the land surface commensurate with field data perspectives across broader spatial extents is unrivaled and is directly applicable to operational agency needs for measuring and monitoring. Expand
Goal emulation and planning in perceptual space using learned affordances
It is argued that the learning system proposed shares crucial elements with the development of infants of 7-10 months age, who explore the environment and learn the dynamics of the objects through goal-free exploration. Expand


The creation of the universe
The Infinite is the metaverse; the passive Creator; the Ain Soph of Kabbalah; the Parabrahman of Hinduism; the sum total of positive and negative existence. The Infinite is the ultimate GOD of Gods,Expand
A New Astronomy
ASTRONOMY is pre-eminently a practical science, yet instruction in it, and especially in the branch which pertains to geography, usually consists of a course of study of text-books. This is not as itExpand
The Total Eclipse of the Sun
THE first Indian mail dispatched after the total eclipse of January 22 has now arrived, and it brings a number of details of the work done and results obtained during the two minutes of totality. ItExpand
The Measurement of Colour
The measure of colour depends mainly upon classical physics for most of its theory, and luckily the conceptions involved are to some extent quasi-mechanical, which is probably the reason why applications to industry and technology have been both rapid and successful. Expand
The Laws of Nature*
Contrast in Character of Motion and Temperature Laws IT would, however, be premature to conclude that because the laws of temperature in this one respect follow more closely the outlines of bareExpand
Spectra of Long-Period Variable Stars
OUR knowledge of long-period stellar variability is still so fragmentary that much of the available information is widely scattered throughout various periodicals, and many of the proposed hypothesesExpand
Degree of Smoothness of the Continents and Seas of Mars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I. K. Koval' 2433 Linear Theory of Three-Layered ShellsExpand
American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac
  • Nature
  • 1955
The American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac for the Year 1956Pp. xvii + 644. (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1954.) 4 dollars.
Earthlike Planets: Surfaces of Mercury
  • Earthlike Planets: Surfaces of Mercury
  • 1981