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of California at Los Angeles School of Law and Irell & Manella LLP) anthologizes 13 of his previously published essays examining various aspects of the US Copyright Act of 1976 and its many amendments.
Another missing piece of the cultural grid leads to skewed perspective on Bronzino's canzoniere, which anthologizes sonnet exchanges with his friends.
Part of the Current Issues in Memory series, this book anthologizes work by international research leaders on questions of how aging affects working memory.
This four-volume set anthologizes key writings originally published since 2000 in the Journal of Sustainable Development, Korea Journal, Journal of Cross Cultural Gerontology, Ageing and Society, Journal of Comparative Social Welfare, and Women and Health, among many other sources.
This book anthologizes new writing by mostly independent art theorists, who discuss thinking about curating, not doing it.
It anthologizes a great deal of his work, giving examples and explaining their importance.
Its author, the Reverend Doctor Katie Geneva Cannon, Associate Professor of Religion at Temple University and the first African American woman to be ordained to the ministry in the United Presbyterian Church in the United States (1974), anthologizes her "canon," fourteen interconnected essays that originally appeared between 1984 and 1993 in publications as wide-ranging as the Annual of the Society of Christian Ethics, Zora Neale Hurston Forum, and Victoria Byerly's Hard Times Cotton Mill Girls: Personal Histories of Womanhood and Poverty in the South.