Thereafter, chapter after chapter extends the discussion into new areas, exploring
original questions and presenting illuminating findings and stimulating arguments, which constitute cumulatively a resetting of the agenda.
These concerns, as I have stated them here, are beyond the scope of Nielsen's immediate project, yet his work provides insights that are useful in exploring
The challenge is to envisage the architectural dimension of myths, legends, literary works and even musical pieces, while exploring
the impact of technology on design.
They also warmed the rats' brains slightly with probes and monitored whether exploring
a new place causes further alteration of the electrical signal.
One team of researchers found that exploring
errors in particular ways (see a, b, and c, below) was one of four features of mathematical discourse that made a difference in students' growth in understanding of fractious (Kazemi & Stipek, 2001, Stipek et al., 1998).
themes absent from Verrocchio's oeuvre (e.g.
Equally critical of Foucault, Midelfort seeks to understand early-modem madness on its own terms by exploring
its imagery and "language." He found "no single hegemonic language," but rather "conflicting and competing modes of Renaissance madness" (16).
The essays are well-suited to achieving the book's comprehensive goal of exploring
the life and works of this editor, playwright, orator, novelist, journalist, short story writer, and biographer.
The legacy of the Exploring
Expedition, with its strict, headstrong and aloof commander Lieutenant Charles Wilkes, includes tales of adventure, songs of sea peril, navigational charts that were used for a century and 19 volumes of scientific reports and atlases.
Members of the community should be aware of the issues the GLBT graduate students face, including the "development of a peer group, establishing intimate relationships, exploring
career plans, and coming out to self and others" (Evans, Forney, and Guido-DiBrito, 1998, p.
women as objects as well as actors and subjects, Pointon argues that we must complicate our views of women as artists, women in art, and women with art.
Other chapters on Macbeth and Measure for Measure show how Renaissance drama - whether tragedy or comedy - proves to be a medium for exploring
, and ultimately subverting, Christian answers to mortality.