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Giuseppe Gazzola and Karen J. Leader

Simone Castaldi, Drawn and Dangerous: Italian Comics of the 1970s and 1980s Giuseppe Gazzola

Joel E. Vessels, Drawing France: French Comics and the Republic Karen J. Leader

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“A Refugee Pastor in a Refugee Church”

Refugee-Refugee Hosting in a Faith-Based Context

Karen Lauterbach

.1080/01436597.2011.596747 Lauterbach , Karen . 2014a . “ Religion and Displacement in Africa: Compassion and Sacrifice in Congolese Churches in Kampala, Uganda .” Religion & Theology 21 : 289 – 307 . 10.1163/15743012-02103004 Lauterbach , Karen . 2014b . “ Spiritual Gifts

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Karen Pearlman

Guy Edits ,” 9 July . . Pearlman , Karen . 2009 . Cutting Rhythms: Shaping the Film Edit . New York : Focal Press . Pearlman , Karen . 2016 . Cutting Rhythms: Intuitive Film Editing . 2nd ed

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Karen M. Sykes and Felix Stein

more about the methods of Fischer’s positive anthropology that can elucidate such political ideologies, especially as the reader of this book is left with more questions than answers about other people’s quest for the good life. Karen M. Sykes

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Shaping Edits, Creating Fractals

A Cinematic Case Study

James E. Cutting and Karen Pearlman

The authors of this article came together to exploit a felicitous opportunity. Karen Pearlman is a filmmaker and, among many other things, has produced, directed, and edited a short historical drama, Woman with an Editing Bench (2016). Example

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Stiles X. Simmons and Karen M. Feathers

potential impact on discussions. Also, studies have found that differences of gender, status, and culture affect how students interact with their peers. Karen Evans (1996) , a researcher working with fifth-grade students, noted that the boys negatively

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Meghan Bellerose, Maryama Diaw, Jessie Pinchoff, Beth Kangwana, and Karen Austrian

Mbushi, and Daniel Mwanga of Population Council, Kenya, for supervision of data collection and quality assurance. Notes 1 Protocol 936 2 Protocol 803/2020 References Austrian , Karen , Eunice Muthengi , Joyce Mumah , Erica

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Mariske Westendorp, Bruno Reinhardt, Reinaldo L. Román, Jon Bialecki, Alexander Agadjanian, Karen Lauterbach, Juan Javier Rivera Andía, Kate Yanina DeConinck, Jack Hunter, Ioannis Kyriakakis, Magdalena Crăciun, Roger Canals, Cristina Rocha, Khyati Tripathi, Dafne Accoroni, and George Wu Bayuga

largest in Ghana—is both refreshing and important. Karen Lauterbach University of Copenhagen Reference Meyer , Birgit . 1998 . “ ‘Make a Complete Break with the Past’: Memory and Post-colonial Modernity in Ghanaian Pentecostalist Discourse

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Karen Donfried

Wolf-Dieter Eberwein and Karl Kaiser, Germany’s New Foreign Policy: Decision-Making in an Independent World (Hampshire: Palgrave, 2001)

Adrian Hyde-Price, Germany & European Order: Enlarging NATO and the EU (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2000)

Matthias Kaelberer, Money and Power in Europe: The Political Economy of European Monetary Cooperation (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2001)

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Bound By Sound

Music, Victorian Masculinity and Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Karen Yuen

The masculinity of the Victorian painter-poet Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882) has always been a subject of intense interest for scholars of nineteenth-century British literature and art history. The question ‘how manly was Rossetti?’ resurfaces every so often, and answers have always been varied. Jay D. Sloan’s ‘Attempting “Spheral Change”: D.G. Rossetti, Victorian Masculinity and the Failure of Passion’ (2004) positions Rossetti as a nonconformist, a man who rejected gender norms and sought to express his manhood through a rhetoric of passion. Sloan’s argument provides a neat contrast to one provided by Herbert Sussman in Victorian Masculinities: Manhood and Masculine Poetics in Early Victorian Literature and Art (1995), in which Sussman argues that Rossetti crafted a ‘Bohemian’ model of manhood that, despite its veneer of otherness, allowed room for ‘masculine’ expressions of a normative nature.