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|Author||: American Academy of Political and Social Science|
|Release Date||: 1894|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
"The ‘academy’ is not restricted to the architectural limits of the university, but a broader conception of education that, through its social dissemination, ought to be continually shaped in relation to academic practice, thinking and living. Educational institutions are not solely modern providers of a pertinent workforce but foremost communities of thought with cultural, political and social importance. On the Facilitation of the Academy is thus concerned with educational issues that cohere, but also quarrels with, the university institution today as the highest institutionalised place for learning. The contributors in this volume consider practices of learning, teaching and knowledge acquisition in academic environments. It challenges educational issues in relation to conversation, discourse and tradition as well as contains contributions on threshold concepts, knowledge production and dangerous thinking. Belonging to a variety of academic orientations – philosophy, educational theory, psychoanalysis, communication studies – the authors in this volume offer different takes, but share similar features and aspects, on the worries that should occupy academe today."
Volume 117 of the Proceedings of the British Academy contains 16 lectures delivered at the British Academy in 2001.
The Poetical gazette; the official organ of the Poetry society and a review of poetical affairs, nos. 4-7 issued as supplements to the Academy, v. 79, Oct. 15, Nov. 5, Dec. 3 and 31, 1910
|Author||: Matthew Gardner|
|Publisher||: Ruprecht Gmbh & Company|
|Release Date||: 2008|
|Pages||: 341 pages|
The Apollo Academy, a musical club founded in 1731 by Maurice Greene and his friend Michael Christian Festing, was the performance location of various oratorios, odes and masques produced by composers in Greene's circle of friends, colleagues and pupils. Many of the works performed both in and outside the academy meetings are based on subjects such as Jephtha, Deborah and the choice of Hercules which were well-known in eighteenth-century England and also attracted the attention of Handel. This long-overdue study explores these works in terms of their intellectual contexts (political, religious, social and cultural), comparing them to Handel's compositions on the same or similar subjects. Additionally, detailed source information and musical analysis of the works is included as well as a discussion of the competition between Handel and his English contemporaries in order to provide a fuller picture of the diverse musical and cultural life in London during the first half of the eighteenth century.
|Author||: Rosalind Frances Croucher,Rosalind Atherton|
|Release Date||: 2001-02-20|
|Pages||: 963 pages|
This challenging, varied collection of articles is a reflection of the wide range of interests held by estate and trust lawyers today. The issues discussed here include: law in the context of an estate or trust control over the body itself, including the 'futuristic' issue of the status of frozen embryos in relation to an estate broad 'trusts' issues, including the place and nature of the trust in both civil and common law jurisdictions the resolution of family property concerns in relation to matrimonial law, forced heirship laws, or family provision on death. Other articles consider practical questions such as transnational tax planning, planning for the transition of a family business on death, retirement planning and the management of collective investments. The work takes a comparative approach, examining each issue from the perspective of a number of different jurisdictions. This collection arises from the annual meetings and discussion of members from the International Academy of Estate and Trust Law. It will be of great interest to researchers, academics, practitioners, law reform bodies, governmental groups and their advisers working in this complex and varied field of law.
|Release Date||: 1966|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
|Release Date||: 2005|
|Pages||: 329 pages|