Du Bartas, Guillaume de Salluste, Hudson, Thomas, Craigie, James,
Editor's Thesis (Ph. D.) University of Edinburgh. cf. Acknowledgements. / With facsimile of original t.p.: The historie of Ivdith in forme of a poeme. Penned in French, by the noble poet, G. Salust, lord of Bartas. Englished by Tho. Hudson ... Imprinted at Edinburgh, by Thomas Vautroullier, 1584. "Bibliography of the Histoire of Judith": p. lxxxvi-xci.
Univ., Diss.--Konstanz, 2004.
"Da befiel sie Furcht und Angst" : Zur Funktion von Geschlecht in den Judith-Dramen de 19. Jahrhunderts.Mecky Zaragoza, Gabrijela. January 2005 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Toronto, 2005. / Includes bibliographical references.
Zugl.: Konstanz, Univ., Diss., 2004
Wo ist das politische Subjekt versteckt? Subjektkonstitution und Handlungsfähigkeit bei Judith Butler in der DiskussionOmmert, Alexandra. Unknown Date (has links)
Univ., Magisterarb., 2004--Frankfurt (Main).
Das Judith-Thema in Deutschland im 16. Jahrundert : Studien zur Ikonographie, Materialien und Beiträge /Straten, Adelheid. January 1900 (has links)
Diss. : Kunstgeschichte : München : 1983. - Bibliogr. p. 177-193. -
How do I, a teacher-researcher, contribute to knowledge of teacher learning and practice in teacher education as I explore my values through self-study? / Teacher-researcherMcBride, Judith B. January 2005 (has links)
Stories told of and by teacher-researchers hold the potential to inform members of both academic and school communities with concerns about teaching and learning. The author's self-study and an embedded case study constitute this thesis. The latter is an instrumental, single-case (Stake, 1998), seeking to offer insight into teacher learning. It is framed by theories of cognition (Sternberg, 1998), adult learning (Mezirow, 1991), narrative (Gudmundsdottir, 1995), teacher-research (Connelly & Clandinin, 1999), and self-study (Hamilton, 1998). This thesis presents my experience as a teacher-researcher engaging in self-study, asking: "What do I care about in education?" (Whitehead, 1993). / In conducting my inquiry, I have become interested in knowing the following: (1) What have I learned? (2) How do I represent my learning? (3) How shall I take my learning forward? / Learning is understood to mean "the process of using a prior interpretation to construe a new or revised interpretation of the meaning of one's experience in order to guide future action" (Mezirow, 1998, p. 6), and is seen in terms of improvement to professional practice. In examining the self-study report of my colleague, Nancy, the question "How is learning evidenced in the narrative report of the teacher-researcher engaging in self-study?" is addressed. A claim is made that, as teachers engage with questions about what they care about in education, they are learning. Data for my self-study include narrative accounts, artifacts, and images. Data for the embedded case include a co-constructed narrative account, photographs, a tape-recorded conversation, and interview and concept map collected between January 2000 and July 2003. Narrative data in the embedded case study were subjected to inductive and deductive analyses. Confirmatory evidence was sought in the conversation and interview, which were analyzed similarly, and the concept map, which was interrogated deductively. It may be seen that the stories of teacher-researchers inquiring into practice offer evidence of transformative learning (Mezirow, 1991), which may initiate and constitute living educational theory (Whitehead, 1993), and provide insights to those with interests in teacher education.
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In this dissertation, I read Judith Thompsons The Crackwalker, I am Yours, Habitat, and Lion in the Streets with an eye towards how Thompson produces socially contingent spaces as sites of marginalized identity. My focus is on Thompsons work as a playwright rather than on the texts in performance. My interest is in the ways Thompson mediates a characterization of class-based marginality through the experience of space as a social product. In interrogating Thompsons use of space, I refer to the theories of philosopher Henri Lefebvre, specifically to the notion of space as a social product and his conception of the double illusion.
Diss.--Münster. / Bibliography: p. i-viii.
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