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Elizabeth C. Macknight

to promote laïcité . The republicans introduced free, compulsory state primary schooling (1880-1882); banned clerics and members of religious orders from teaching posts and education committees (1880, 1886, 1904); reinstituted divorce (1884); and

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Harsh, Mild or Gone For Good?

Gavin D’Costa

founders’ aims. There are no religious orders that were founded to convert Buddhists and Hindus and there is no specific institutional mission towards Buddhists and Hindus. The third line adds further to the confusion. Personal sensitive and thoughtful

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Frans Ciappara

go solely to the cathedral but also and especially to parish churches, while the religious orders—the Dominicans, Discalced Carmelites, Capuchins, and Jesuits—welcomed them too. For some yet unknown reason, the Augustinians, who as sacristans issued

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“Like Alice, I was Brave”

The Girl in the Text in Olemaun’s Residential School Narratives

Roxanne Harde

Salish), Ruby Slipperjack (Anishinaabe), and Nicola Campbell (Interior Salish), generally offer similar outlines: children forcibly removed from their homes to boarding schools where they face cruel members of religious orders; policies meant to negate

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Getting Medieval on Steven Pinker

Violence and Medieval England

Sara M. Butler

whom comprise a larger segment of the population than householders—are omitted. So, too, are members of religious orders and the personnel who served and lived in castles. Major cities, like London or Winchester, also do not appear in the survey. Poll

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The Abduction of Romsey’s Abbess

Linda D. Brown

. Graham Keevill, Michael Aston, and Teresa Anne Hall (Oxford: Oxbow, 2001), 150. 15 Janet Burton, Monastic and Religious Orders in Britain (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994), 9. 16 Frank Barlow et al., Winchester in the Early Middle Ages: An

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Scott Maisano

religious orders’ duty to tend the sick, succor the poor and aid travelers’ and notes how Shakespeare ‘associates the hospital with festering or incurable disease’ (166). Fortunately, there were Renaissance hospitals where even a lord like Berowne might feel

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Nadia Malinovich

Egypt it was primarily working-class families who sent their children to AlU schools. Jewish elites in these countries rather favored European-style schools run either by Protectorate governments or—particularly in Egypt—Christian religious orders. In

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Ottoman Conceptual History

Challenges and Prospects

Alp Eren Topal and Einar Wigen

simple as to be read and understood by a modern reader. The Ottoman Empire was segmented between not only different peripheries and linguistic groups but also different religious orders and people pursuing different careers. This opens the question of