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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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Central to most if not all of the essays in The Latino Nineteenth Century is the premise that the inclusion of Spanish-language texts in the archive of American literature is no longer a question but a necessity.
David Mayer's leadership of Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film has been as transformative as his scholarly work throughout a long and distinguished career as an historian of entertainment of all kinds in the long 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 important book examines the Social Gospel movement and its influence on social reform and social service activity well beyond the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the usual temporal boundaries of the Social Gospel.
It goes through the "fortuna" of Bruno's Italian dialogues, starting from the nineteenth century editions by Vittorio Imbriani and Paul de Lagarde to Giovanni Gentile's canon in the early twentieth century (especially 1907-08), thence to the new canon of the Italian dialogues by Giovanni Aquilecchia in the 1950s, and concluding with the new Italian editions that Ciliberto and his colleagues at the Istituto Nazionale di Studi sul Rinascimento are producing at the turn of the twenty-first century.
Crary says that the autonomization of vision and the concomitant regulation of the spectator were contrivances designed to deactivate the truth, newly recognized in the nineteenth century, of embodied vision.
In the previous volume, William Wright describes a shift in the critical attention that has been brought to bear on rhetorical theory and practice in the nineteenth century that "might best be described as the shift from a philosophical focus on overarching theory and first principles to an anthropological focus on local knowledge and ethnographic methodology.
Though he does not negate the scholarship establishing well-defined spheres of influence for women during the nineteenth century, the author contends that the priority placed on the interactions of women and children within homes marginalized fathers, who became "forgotten family members.
Mesmerism declined but still exerts the same spellbinding power that attracted the Shelleys, Dickens, De Quincey, Wilberforce, and other prominent figures in the nineteenth century.
The end of the nineteenth century and the coming of the twentieth century brought significant changes to the Southern Baptist operation in China.
By the nineteenth century, the prevailing view had been utterly transformed.