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  1. What War?

    Laurie E. Levinger

    Resource / AUG 2011

    In 2004, Laurie Levinger left her home in Vermont for Guatemala, where she planned to teach English to Maya university students. But on the first day
    of class, Levinger became the student... read more »
  2. Walking to New Orleans

    Robert R. N. Ross, Deanne E. B. Ross

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2008

    Two and a half years after the devastation of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, New Orleans and south Louisiana continue to struggle in an unsettled gumbo of environmental, social, and rebuilding chaos.... read more »
  3. Varieties of Transcendental Experience

    Donald L. Gelpi, SJ

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2007

    This study traces the critique of Enlightenment modernism that began with Ralph Waldo Emerson and culminated in the thought of Charles Sanders Peirce and the mature Josiah Royce. Varieties of... read more »
  4. Van Gogh and the Art of Living

    Anton Wessels

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2013

    Vincent van Gogh believed that one had to learn to read, just as one had to learn to see and learn to live. Van Gogh conveyed a message in his work about the path that he himself followed that was... read more »
  5. Valentio Di'Buondelmonte

    Haig A. Khatchadourian

    Resource / FEB 2014

    Valentio Di' Buondelmonte is a Tragedy in Five Acts, in two Parts, based on tragic historical events in Florence, Italy, in 1215 A.D. Part I consists of the Tragedy in Elizabethan English,... read more »
  6. Unsnarling the World-Knot

    David Ray Griffin

    Wipf and Stock / MAR 2008

    The mind-body problem, which Schopenhauer called the "world-knot," has been a central problem for philosophy since the time of Descartes. Among realists--those who accept the reality of the... read more »
  7. Understanding Quantitative History

    Loren Haskins, Kirk Jeffrey

    Resource / MAR 2011

    Quantitative analysis is a fundamental mode of thought in the modern world, and quantitative reasoning is one of the most powerful tools available for the study and interpretation of historical... read more »
  8. Turn It Again

    Sheila Delany

    Wipf and Stock / MAY 2007

    Originally published as a special issue of 'Exemplaria', these essays deserve a much wider audience. They deal with Jewish studies and the medieval historian, rabbinic ecclesiology and the synods... read more »
  9. Treasure of the Mind

    J. Michaels

    Resource / AUG 2009

    In the late summer months of 2000, on a cool dark night in the foothills of Boulder, Colorado, a seventeen year old boy was murdered by a young man he once considered his best friend. The calamity... read more »
  10. Tragedy and Comedy from Dante to Pseudo-Dante

    H.A. Kelly

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2004

    In this study, Professor Kelly analyzes Dante's understanding of the meanings of "tragedy" and "comedy" in his undisputed works, especially the 'De vulgari eloquentia' and the 'Comedia'. He finds... read more »

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