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The authority of the word: reflecting on image and text in northern Europe, 1400-1700
(Sixteenth Century Journal, 2013-09)
The article reviews the book "The Authority of the Word: Reflecting on Image and Text in Northern Europe, 1400-1700," edited by Celeste Brusati, Karl A. E. Enenkel, and Walter S. Melion.
Sign languages ed. by Diane Brentari (review)
(University of Toronto Press, 2013-11)
There are two types of natural human languages: spoken and signed. Following the seminal works by Tervoort (1953) and Stokoe (1960), linguistic explorations over the past five decades or so have shown that sign languages ...
On integrability of variable coefficient nonlinear schrodinger equations
(World Scientific Publishing, 2012-08)
We apply Painleve test to the most general variable coefficient nonlinear Schrodinger (VCNLS) equations as an attempt to identify integrable classes and compare our results versus those obtained by the use of other tools ...
Rethinking Muslim and Christian communities in late nineteenth century Ottoman Crete: Insights from the Cretan Revolt of 1897
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010-05)
The fin-de siècle eastern Mediterranean witnessed profound political and socioeconomic transformations and changes. Within this context, negotiations and conflicts in Ottoman Crete are well worth considering, not only for ...
From the erotic blush to the petrifying Medusa gaze in George Eliot's novels
(Western Kentucky University, 2010-09)
Close reading of George Eliot's novels shows her characters betraying their emotions in a pattern of specular gazes. Certain of her female characters reveal their erotic feelings in a self-conscious blush, expressing the ...
Gender - bending fantasies inwomen's writing: fantastic in Angela Carter's the infernal desire machines of Dr. Hoffman nights at the circus and Jeanette Winterson's the passion, the.powerbook.
(Oxford University Press, 2010)
Mine Ozyurt Kilic’s discussion of gender bending in Angela Carter’s The Infernal Desire Machines of Doctor Hoffman and Nights at the Circus and Jeanette Winterson’s The Passion and The.Powerbook is particularly insightful ...