The Old Man of the Mountain

  title={The Old Man of the Mountain},
  author={Charles E. Nowell},
  pages={497 - 519}

The Usage of Excommunication (Takfir) in the Ideology of Justice and Development Party (the AKP), Political Islamists of Turkey

  • R. Doğan
  • Political Science
    Issues in Social Science
  • 2018
The usage of excommunication goes back to the early history of Islam for the extreme Kharijite sect declared for the first time all other Muslims who did not agree with them as apostates and killed

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Abstract In the beginning faith was the alpha and omega of revolutionary dreams and terrorist actions. This article will examine case studies among the Peoples of the Book—Judaism, Christianity, and

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In his article "China as the Other in Odoric's Itinerarium" Dinu Luca discusses the various ways in which the otherness of China is approached and integrated in the fourteenth-century travel text

Birth of an Industry: Blackface Minstrelsy and the Rise of American Animation

In Birth of an Industry , Nicholas Sammond describes how popular early American cartoon characters were derived from blackface minstrelsy. He charts the industrialization of animation in the early

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This article argues that contrary to late-eighteenth, and early-nineteenth, century sexual politics and contemporary literary practice, the work of E.T.A. Hoffman (1776–1822) subverts the accepted

Portal, Society of the Seven Sages

This is an unpublished PDF version of the author’s website, originally located at . The author maintains an updated version at