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Ruined Abjection and Allegory in Deadgirl

Sol Neely

a gurney and wrapped in plastic. As they approach the body, she appears to respire under the plastic. Despite Rickie’s insistent entreaties to free the girl and leave the asylum, J.T.—mesmerized by the girl’s beauty—suggests, with words that fix the

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'Beauty in Usuality'

Ivor Gurney and the Twistedness of Things

Hugh Underhill

For Ivor Gurney nothing came easily. ‘The price of almost anything that one desires worthily’, he wrote from France in 1917, ‘is only Pain … long ago I decided that to accomplish what I wish was worth a great deal of pain and was ready to undergo it’. ‘We Who Praise Poets’ suggests that the poet may expect no praise from his contemporaries, and his worth is only to be measured against the ‘great trees’ of past poetry, ‘the able and the mighty dead’: in effect, those dead are envisaged as pronouncing the verdict on his achievement.

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‘I'm Not that Kind of Doctor’

On Being In-Between in a Global Health Intervention

Erica Nelson

greater show of respect, but it is clear that you are nonetheless a medical object. You notice that people are noticing you, a gringa , strapped to a gurney with her shirt pulled up. You hear your daughter's heart beating on the ultrasound machine

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Transnational Cultural Propaganda

French Cultural Policies in Britain during the Second World War

Charlotte Faucher

British Council) and Nancy Parkinson, 13 December 1941; Nancy Parkinson to K. T. Gurney, 5 January 1942, TNA BW 2/273. 54 Minutes of preliminary meeting to discuss the Scottish-Free French house in Edinburgh, 12 January 1942, TNA BW 2/273. Note: Free

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Scale Matters

Relating Wetland Loss and Commercial Fishing Activity in Louisiana across Spatial Scales

Amy Freitag, Suzana Blake, Patricia M. Clay, Alan C. Haynie, Chris Kelble, Michael Jepson, Stephen Kasperski, Kirsten M. Leong, Jamal H. Moss, and Seann D. Regan

-infrastructures-sediment-science-and-the-future-of-southeast-louisiana/ . Bellwood , David R. , Morgan S. Pratchett , Tiffany H. Morrison , Georgina G. Gurney , Terry P. Hughes , Jorge G. Álvarez-Romero , Jon C. Day , Ruby Grantham , Alana Grecha , Andrew S. Hoeya , Geoffrey P. Jones , John M

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Bad Customs, Civic Ordinances, and “Customary Time” in Medieval and Early Modern English Urban Law

Esther Liberman Cuenca

-Norman Studies 16 (1994): 37–54. 42 John Brewster, ed., The Parochial History and Antiquities of Stockton upon Tees (Stockton-upon-Tees: Thomas Jennett, 1829), 82. 43 Wood, Memory of the People , 27. 44 W. Gurney Benham, ed., The Oath Book or Red

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Siberia, protest, and politics

Shaman Alexander in context

Marjorie Mandelstam Balzer

tattoo across his face, on foot pushing a gurney and surrounded by well-wishers, walking a mountainous highway before being arrested by masked armed police for “extremism.” Combining shamanic and Russian Orthodox concepts of communal healing, Alexander

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Politics, Patronage, and Diplomacy

A New Perspective on C. K. J. Bunsen (1791–1860)

Lorraine Macknight

interests. The latter included Salis Schwabe (liberal Manchester magnate and philanthropist) and his wife, the Gurney brothers (bankers), and Sir William Fairbairn (prominent engineer). These figures were complemented by a London society catalyst (Richard

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Neglected Tropical Diseases

Creating a New Disease Grouping

Samantha Vanderslott

). References Adams , Jonathan , Karen A. Gurney , and David Pendlebury . 2012 . “ Neglected Tropical Diseases .” Thomson Reuters Global Research Report . June . Adams , Vincanne . 1998 . Doctors for Democracy: Health Professionals in the Nepal

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Durkheim, Mauss et la dynamogénie

Le lien Gley (1857–1930)

Nicolas Sembel

du groupe du Havre (où l'on retrouve, outre Féré et Marillier : Binet, Janet, Richet, Beaunis, Myers, Gurney, Ochorowicz... ; ce dernier étant à l'initiative dès 1881 du Congrès international de psychologie physiologique de 1889, cf. point suivant