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“Till I Have Done All That I Can”

An Auxiliary Nurse’s Memories of World War I

Michelle Moravec

clippings from May 1919, long after Clarke left the Comité. The title “France 1918–19” indicates that at least the front page was completed after Clarke’s participation in the war had ended, while the penciled annotation “Alma A. Clarke American Red Cross

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Miriam Shadis

, horses, and regalia, and women’s with more personal (and, potentially, religious) property (although one item in particular, a mace, suggests a regalian echo). Nonetheless, royal women’s dispositions of their most precious goods reveal their participation

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The Corpus Christi Devotion

Gender, Liturgy, and Authority among Dominican Nuns in Castile in the Middle Ages

Mercedes Pérez Vidal

fourteenth century brought about changes and new ideas concerning liturgical participation for women. They were allowed to take communion only a few times a year but the importance of having a view of the altar—and the host placed upon it—was emphasized. This

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Experiences of Time in the Ibero-American World, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Javier Fernández-Sebastián and Fabio Wasserman

and two international conferences held in Bilbao and in São Paulo in November 2013 and April 2014, respectively. The first, in collaboration with a group led from Valencia University by Faustino Oncina, involved the participation of Ernst Müller

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From “De Facto King” to Peasants’ Communes

A Struggle for Representation in the Discourse of the Polish Great Emigration, 1832–1846/48

Piotr Kuligowski

artificial science or foreign philosophy but on pondering over the Bible—were common among the Polish peasants. Thus, the Polish radicals believed that the people's will in politics should be pursued directly. It was not to be a controlled participation with

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Rethinking World War I

Occupation, Liberation, and Reconstruction

George Robb and W. Brian Newsome

scrapbooks and later donating them to Bryn Mawr College, Clarke asserted, years before historians did, that her participation in the war mattered. Historians have long studied the war’s impact on female gender identity. Only recently, however, have some

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The Conceptual and Anthropological History of Bat Mitzvah

Two Lexical Paths and Two Jewish Identities

Hizky Shoham

consumer culture, understood as a source of meaning for people’s lives and created with active consumer participation rather than mere commercial manipulation. 10 In modern industrial society, the numerical count of a person’s years and the transition

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France’s Great War from the Edge

Susan B. Whitney

others have demonstrated, participation in the French war effort had a series of far-reaching consequences for colonial societies, peoples, and spaces. 13 In Tunisia, the final years of the war and the immediate postwar period saw numerous attacks on

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Katherine Weikert and Elena Woodacre

participation in warlike games and chivalric tournaments helped young men construct their gendered identity and status as warriors or knights. In contrast to this emphasis on aggression and perceived “manly” behavior, Rachel Moss discusses the significance of

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Scandinavianism

Mapping the Rise of a New Concept

Ruth Hemstad

consolidate Sweden after the loss of Finland in 1809. Norway was presented as compensation as well as a reward for Swedish participation in the concluding wars against Napoleon. As part of his strategy, Bernadotte consciously tried to change the concepts of