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nineteen

1. the cardinal number that is the sum of ten and nine and is a prime number
2. a numeral, 19, XIX, etc., representing this number
3. something represented by, representing, or consisting of 19 units
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Nineteenth Century Collections Online is one of our largest and most ambitious undertakings, and we believe it will change the nature of research on the nineteenth century.
By governmentality Foucault designated a specific modern form of power targeted at 'population', which came to predominate over other types of power in Western Europe between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Generally, into the nineteenth century, whites outnumbered blacks in the American South, though few states including South Carolina and Mississippi, were exceptions; in contrast, blacks outnumbered whites then in the West Indies.
This book's diverse research demonstrates the value of careful historical analysis in revising understanding of the Social Gospel movement by documenting its influence in the social welfare work of women, Canadians, Catholics and African Americans from the late nineteenth to the close of the twentieth century.
The overall lesson of Il dialogo recitato is that, given the fact that Aquilecchia's "modernized" version of Bruno's dialogues is not better in many ways than Gentile's 1907-08 canon based on principles of pronunciation and that it is also not preferable in important ways to La Garde's and Imbriani's of the nineteenth century, the new "recited" editing of Giordano Bruno's Italian dialogues by Ciliberto and his colleagues, whose guidelines are set forth in this book, is likely to be somewhat based on earlier editorial decisions than Aquilecchia's.
The present issue also contains a rich variety of reviews, from books on individual authors such as Emerson, Thoreau, Dickens, Mill, Newman, Ruskin, and Nietzsche, to broader topics such as Victorian art, photogrophy, and museums as well as women's issues in nineteenth-century France, and Anglo-American relations in geology during the nineteenth century.
Stereotypes of religious fanaticism and authoritarian leaders appear in church writings and popular media early in the nineteenth century.
6) By the end of the nineteenth century, there were about fifty Southern Baptist missionaries in China.
By the nineteenth century, the prevailing view had been utterly transformed.
SINCE THE SIXTIES, AN ASTONISHING DEBATE has been in progress on the singularity of the Iranian religious experience in the course of the nineteenth century.
Most of the subcollection of prints show New York City architecture and lifestyle in the nineteenth century.
With a career that spanned almost 70 years, Heade produced perhaps the most varied body of work of any American painter of the nineteenth century.