Education of the senses.

  title={Education of the senses.},
  author={Maria Montessori and Janice M. Hunt and Jaan Valsiner}
The Society for Ethnogra ie and the revolution al “ turn to life ”
  • 2020
La direction de conscience au XIXe siècle (France, 1850-1914) Contribution à l'histoire du genre et du fait religieux
La direction de conscience est une pratique qui connait un nouveau succes en France dans les premieres decennies du XIXe siecle. Elle met en scene un directeur de conscience qui donne des conseils a
Tiny symbols tell big stories: Naming and concealing masturbation in diaries (1660-1940)
Symbols, encryptions and codes are a way to hide sensitive or highly personal content in diaries. This kind of private language is an important feature of diary practice, regardless of time and
Peter Gay (1923–2015)
PETERGay died inManhattan onMay 12, 2015. A professor at Columbia and Yale, Gay was one of the preeminent cultural and intellectual historians of his generation. His enormous output of scholarship,
Masculinity in Crisis: Aging Men in Thomas Mann's “Der Tod in Venedig” and Max Frisch's Homo faber
Reading Thomas Mann's “Der Todin Venedig” and Max Frisch's Homo faber as narratives of male aging and ageism, I show that the protagonists’ “midlife crises” are crises in representation located at
Singing in 'The Peg' : the dynamics of Winnipeg singing cultures during the 20th century
The research begins by establishing Winnipeg, as a city comprised of many different European immigrant communities where the dominant British-Canadian culture reflected the Canadian national
Hardy and the Vanity of Procreation
It is difficult to ignore, in the fiction and poetry of Thomas Hardy, a persistent skepticism concerning the moral implications of procreation. In Hardy, having children seems an ethical dilemma; the