Heritage of Scribes

Heritage of Scribes
Author: Gábor Hosszú
Publsiher: Rovas Foundation
Total Pages: 339
Release: 2012
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9789638843746

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The Heritage of Scribes introduces the history and development of five members of the Rovash (pronounced “rove-ash”, other spelling: Rovas) script-family: the Proto-Rovash, the Early Steppean Rovash, the Carpathian Basin Rovash, the Steppean Rovash, and the Szekely-Hungarian Rovash. The historical and linguistic statements in the book are based on the published theories and statements of acknowledged scholars, historians, archaeologists, and linguists. The author provides detailed descriptions of the five Rovash scripts, presents their relationships, connections to other scripts, and explains the most significant rovash relics. Based on the discovered relations, the author introduces the systematic description of the rovash glyphs in the Rovash Atlas together with a comprehensive genealogy of each grapheme as well.

Magyar statisztikai vk nyv

Magyar statisztikai   vk  nyv
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2013
Genre: Hungary
ISBN: UCSD:31822038914511

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Medical Careers and Feminist Agendas

Medical Careers and Feminist Agendas
Author: Elianne Riska
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 171
Release: 2017-07-05
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9781351506328

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The increasing proportion of women in the medical profession has been followed keenly both by conservative and feminist observers during the past three decades. Statistics both in Europe and in the United States tend to confirm that women work mainly in niches of the health care system or medical specialties characterized by relatively low earnings or prestige. The segregation of medical work has become increasingly recognized as a sign of inequality between female and male members of the medical profession.Medicine as a social organization is not a universal structure: Health care systems vary in the extent to which physicians work in the private or public sector and in the extent to which they have as a corporate body been able to influence their numbers and the character of their work. The aim of this book is not only to review and to provide an account of women's position in medicine but also to provide an analytical framework. The text revolves around three key issues that illuminate this argument: numbers, medical practice, and feminist agendas of women physicians. The issues are addressed in all the chapters but highlighted as central analytical themes in a cross-cultural context.Challenging previous studies of the medical profession, which have assumed for the most part a gender-neutral stance, Riska's text provides a unique focus. Medical Careers and Feminist Agendas presents a comprehensive, cross-national analysis of the current status of women in three societies where the economics of medical practice vary considerably: a market society, a welfare state, and a formerly communist society in transition. Aimed at a wide audience, this book will be useful for years to come in medical sociology, the sociology of professions, and women's studies. Its historical breadth, current data, and trenchant probing will furnish practitioners and policy-makers alike with a needed analytical tool.

The Politics of Early Language Teaching

The Politics of Early Language Teaching
Author: Ágoston Berecz
Publsiher: Central European University Press
Total Pages: 282
Release: 2014-02-15
Genre: History
ISBN: 9638853883

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Disseminating knowledge of the state language to the non-Magyar half of the citizenry was deemed a priority within the Dualist Hungarian state's cultural policies. Drawing on a wide array of sources, this book provides an in-depth look at how Hungarian was taught to ethnic Romanian and German children in the eastern tracts of the kingdom between the 1870s and the First World War. It covers the ever-harshening legislation from the period, reconsidering the role of state supervision and exploring the contemporary methodological debates as well as taking a closer look at classroom practices. Book jacket.

Women s Literary Tradition and Twentieth Century Hungarian Writers

Women   s Literary Tradition and Twentieth Century Hungarian Writers
Author: Anna Menyhért
Publsiher: BRILL
Total Pages: 362
Release: 2019-12-16
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 9789004417496

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In Women’s Literary Tradition and Twentieth-Century Hungarian Writers, Anna Menyhért examines the work and reception of five 20th century Hungarian women writers excluded from the canon, and argues that including them will reinstate important cultural memory and inspire young, female, aspiring writers.

The Cambridge History of Judaism Volume 2 The Hellenistic Age

The Cambridge History of Judaism  Volume 2  The Hellenistic Age
Author: W. D. Davies,William David Davies,Louis Finkelstein,William Horbury,John Sturdy,Cambridge University Press,Steven T. Katz,Mitchell Bryan Hart,Tony Michels,Jonathan Karp,Adam Sutcliffe,Robert Chazan
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 758
Release: 1984
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 0521219299

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Vol. 4 covers the late Roman period to the rise of Islam. Focuses especially on the growth and development of rabbinic Judaism and of the major classical rabbinic sources such as the Mishnah, Jerusalem Talmud, Babylonian Talmud and various Midrashic collections.

Histories of Computing in Eastern Europe

Histories of Computing in Eastern Europe
Author: Christopher Leslie,Martin Schmitt
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 343
Release: 2019-09-11
Genre: Computers
ISBN: 9783030291600

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This book constitutes the refereed post-conference proceedings of the IFIP WG 9.7 International Workshop on the History of Computing, HC 2018, Held at the 24th IFIP World Computer Congress, WCC 2018, in Poznań, Poland, in September 2018. The 16 revised full papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 20 submissions. They reflect academic approaches to history along with the expertise of museum and other public history professionals as well as the experience of computingand information science practitioners. The papers are organized in the following sections: Eastern Europe, Poland, Soviet Union, CoCom and Comecon; analog computing, and public history.

The Crisis of the 14th Century

The Crisis of the 14th Century
Author: Martin Bauch,Gerrit Jasper Schenk
Publsiher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Total Pages: 305
Release: 2019-12-16
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 9783110660784

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Pre-modern critical interactions of nature and society can best be studied during the so-called "Crisis of the 14th Century". While historiography has long ignored the environmental framing of historcial processes and scientists have over-emphasized nature's impact on the course of human history, this volume tries to describe the at times complex modes of the late-medieval relationship of man and nature. The idea of 'teleconnection', borrowed from the geosciences, describes the influence of atmospheric circulation patterns often over long distances. It seems that there were 'teleconnections' in society, too. So this volumes aims to examine man-environment interactions mainly in the 14th century from all over Europe and beyond. It integrates contributions from different disciplines on impact, perception and reaction of environmental change and natural extreme events on late Medieval societies. For humanists from all historical disciplines it offers an approach how to integrate written and even scientific evidence on environmental change in established and new fields of historical research. For scientists it demonstrates the contributions scholars from the humanities can provide for discussion on past environmental changes.

Decreta Regni Mediaevalis Hungariae

Decreta Regni Mediaevalis Hungariae
Author: János M. Bak,György Bónis,James Ross Sweeney
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1999
Genre: Law
ISBN: NWU:35556032438673

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Modern Jewish Scholarship in Hungary

Modern Jewish Scholarship in Hungary
Author: Tamás Turán,Carsten Wilke
Publsiher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Total Pages: 422
Release: 2016-11-21
Genre: History
ISBN: 9783110330731

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The Habsburg Empire was one of the first regions where the academic study of Judaism took institutional shape in the nineteenth century. In Hungary, scholars such as Leopold and Immanuel Löw, David Kaufmann, Ignaz Goldziher, Wilhelm Bacher, and Samuel Krauss had a lasting impact on the Wissenschaft des Judentums (“Science of Judaism”). Their contributions to Biblical, rabbinic and Semitic studies, Jewish history, ethnography and other fields were always part of a trans-national Jewish scholarly network and the academic universe. Yet Hungarian Jewish scholarship assumed a regional tinge, as it emerged at an intersection between unquelled Ashkenazi yeshiva traditions, Jewish modernization movements, and Magyar politics that boosted academic Orientalism in the context of patriotic historiography. For the first time, this volume presents an overview of a century of Hungarian Jewish scholarly achievements, examining their historical context and assessing their ongoing relevance.

Publishing Addiction Science

Publishing Addiction Science
Author: Thomas F. Babor,Kerstin Stenius,Richard Pates,Michal Miovsky´,Jean O’Reilly,Paul Candon
Publsiher: Ubiquity Press
Total Pages: 406
Release: 2017-05-24
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9781911529095

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Publishing Addiction Science is a comprehensive guide for addiction scientists facing the complex process of contributing to scholarly journals. Written by an international group of addiction journal editors and their colleagues, it discusses how to write research articles and systematic reviews, choose a journal, respond to reviewers’ reports, become a reviewer, and resolve the often difficult authorship, ethical and citation issues that arise in addiction science publishing. As a “Guide for the Perplexed,” Publishing Addiction Science helps novice as well as experienced researchers to deal with these challenges. It is suitable for university courses and forms the basis of the training workshops offered by the International Society of Addiction Journal Editors (ISAJE). Co-sponsored by ISAJE and the scientific journal Addiction, the third edition of Publishing Addiction Science gives special attention to the challenges faced by researchers from developing and non-English-speaking countries and features new chapters on guidance for clinician-scientists and the growth of infrastructure and career opportunities in addiction science.

Catastrophe and Utopia

Catastrophe and Utopia
Author: Ferenc Laczo,Joachim von Puttkamer
Publsiher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Total Pages: 363
Release: 2017-11-20
Genre: History
ISBN: 9783110557084

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Catastrophe and Utopia studies the biographical trajectories, intellectual agendas, and major accomplishments of select Jewish intellectuals during the age of Nazism, and the partly simultaneous, partly subsequent period of incipient Stalinization. By focusing on the relatively underexplored region of Central and Eastern Europe – which was the primary centre of Jewish life prior to the Holocaust, served as the main setting of the Nazi genocide, but also had notable communities of survivors – the volume offers significant contributions to a European Jewish intellectual history of the twentieth century. Approaching specific historical experiences in their diverse local contexts, the twelve case studies explore how Jewish intellectuals responded to the unprecedented catastrophe, how they renegotiated their utopian commitments and how the complex relationship between the two evolved over time. They analyze proximate Jewish reactions to the most abysmal discontinuity represented by the Judeocide while also revealing more subtle lines of continuity in Jewish thinking. Ferenc Laczó is assistant professor in History at Maastricht University and Joachim von Puttkamer is professor of Eastern European History at Friedrich Schiller University Jena and director of the Imre Kertész Kolleg.

The Jews of Vienna 1867 1914

The Jews of Vienna  1867 1914
Author: Marsha L. Rozenblit
Publsiher: SUNY Press
Total Pages: 368
Release: 1984-06-01
Genre: History
ISBN: 9781438418155

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Ablaze with excitement, effervescent with creativity--late nineteenth-century Vienna was the ideal site for this analysis of the ways in which a sizable and significant group of Jews was assimilated into European society. After leaving homes in the Austrian and Hungarian provinces and migrating to the Austrian capital, the Jews underwent a variety of profound changes. The Jews of Vienna shows how they successfully transformed old, identifiably Jewish patterns of behavior into modern urban variations, without abandoning their ethnic identity in the process. Marsha L. Rozenblit describes the Jews' migration to Vienna, the occupational changes they experienced in the city, where and how they lived, the various means they used to achieve social integration, and the vibrant network of Jewish organizations they established. As they evolved new patterns of urban Jewish life, the Viennese immigrants also created ideologies which defined the place of the Jew in European society. Rozenblit shows how this urbanization led to social change while simultaneously providing the necessary demographic foundation for continued Jewish identity in modern Europe.

U S Waterborne Exports and General Imports

U S  Waterborne Exports and General Imports
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1979
Genre: Shipping
ISBN: MINN:30000010350159

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Deserving and Entitled

Deserving and Entitled
Author: Anne L. Schneider,Helen M. Ingram
Publsiher: SUNY Press
Total Pages: 386
Release: 2012-02-01
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9780791483831

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Explores the contradictions between the American ideal of equality and the realities of public policy.