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Holy Cross Father Theodore Hesburgh, second from left, joins hands with with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., the Rev. Edgar Chandler and Msgr. Robert J. Hagarty of Chicago, far right, in this 1964 file photo. Father Hesburgh, then president of the

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After Francis Bacon

Like an analyst listening to a patient, this study attends not just to what is said in David Sylvester's interviews with Francis Bacon, but also crucially to what is left unspoken, to revealing interruptions and caesuras. Through interpreting these silences, After Francis Bacon breaks with stereotypical ideas about the artist's work and provides new readings and avenues of research. After Francis Bacon is the first book to give extended consideration to the way the reception of Bacon's art, including Gilles Deleuze's influential text on the artist, has been shaped by the Sylvester interviews - and to move beyond the limiting effects of the interviews, providing fresh interpretations. Nicholas Chare draws upon recent developments in psychoanalysis and forensic psychology to present...

The Golden Chain

The family can be viewed as one of the links in a "golden chain" connecting individuals, the private sphere, civil society, and the democratic state; as potentially an important source of energy for social activity; and as the primary institution that socializes and diffuses the values and norms that are of fundamental importance for civil society. Yet much of the literature on civil society pays very little attention to the complex relations between civil society and the family. These two spheres constitute a central element in democratic development and culture and form a counterweight to some of the most distressing aspects of modernity, such as the excessive privatization of home life and the unceasing work-and-spend routines. This volume offers historical perspectives on the role...


  1. Holy Cross Father Theodore Hesburgh, second from left, joins hands with with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., the Rev. Edgar Chandler and Msgr. Robert J. Hagarty of Chicago, far right, in this 1964 file photo. Father Hesburgh, then president of the
  2. Plus, a Master Class With Ed Lachman and Vittorio Storaro, four new films from Claude Lanzmann and a wide variety of late-breaking additions.
  3. features Coffee Project and Propaganjah. Ed Sheeran: 7:30 p.m. today, Amway Center, 400 W. Church St., Orlando. Leon Scott in Dog Collar Match, Martin Stone vs. Matt Cross vs. Shane Strickland; Saieve Hawthorne Historical Museum And
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Ed's Lasagna (basil, cottage cheese, garlic, turkey, lasagna noodle, sausage, mozzarella cheese, onions, oregano, parmesan cheese, parmesan cheese, parsley, parsley, salt, tomato, sugar, tomato sauce)

Fried Green Tomatoes From Loren Martin (green tomato, eggs, corn, water, chives, salt, black pepper, butter)

Martin's Blueberry Cheesecake Recipe (graham crackers, sugar, butter, eggs, sugar, cream cheese, vanilla extract, cinnamon, cornstarch, blueberries, lemon juice, whipped cream)

Martin's Three Layer Huguenot Torte Recipe (eggs, salt, powdered sugar, apple, pecan, vanilla extract, flour, apricot jam, apple, almond extract)


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Martin Landau Dead: 'Ed Wood,' 'Mission: Impossible' Actor ...
His résumé includes 'Mission: Impossible,' 'Tucker: The Man and His Dream' and 'North by Northwest.' It does not, however, include 'Star Trek.' Martin ...

Martin Landau, ‘Ed Wood’ Oscar winner, dead at 89 - NY ...
Even as a lowly Comanchero during a guest appearance in an early episode of the classic TV western “Bonanza,” actor Martin Landau was easily the best ...


In celebration of Black History Month The Negro leagues were a collection of professional baseball leagues made up of predominantly black teams. The first attempt at a black league, the National Colored Base Ball League failed after just two weeks due to a lack of attendance. Several leagues came and went, some successful, some not. The leagues reached their heyday in the late 1930s and early 1940s. During World War II, millions of black Americans were working in defense plants and, making good money, they packed league games in every city. The leagues' ultimate demise started in 1947 when Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier. After that, first a trickle and then a flood of players from the Negro leagues were signed by Major League Baseball teams. By 1949, the Negro American League was the only "major" Negro League circuit still in operation, and by 1955 the last of the Negro League teams folded. Octavius Catto, black baseball pioneer Negro league baseball was a...
U - W - Historical Bristol Street Directory 1775
Sketchley's Bristol Directory 1775 Unity Street Was opened in 1742, and the name Unity given it on account of George II and his eldest son having patched up a quarrel at this date. To-day, the most noticeable feature of this street is the recently re-erected Merchant Venturers’ Technical College, which occupies the site of the home of the good brethren of St. Mark. 1. Reed, William 2. Williams, John, shore-maker 3. Burgess, Ebinezer, accomptant 4. Hill, Moses, china-maker 5. Burton, Elizabeth, victualler, Ship 6. Baker, Mary, widow 8. Palmer, Francis 10. Bevin, -, school-mistress 11. Edwards, Robt., victualler, Golden Heart 12. Thomas, David 13. Phipps, Jamica, excise-officer 14. Tippett, James, gardener 16. Nurse, William 17. Vines, Daniel, accomptant 18. Cheesemore, George 21. Hill, Hannah, widow 23. Reed, Francis, accomptant 24. Williams, Wm. 26. Johnson, William, gardener 27. Hiden, - 29. Patrick, Francis, stay-maker 30. Andrews, John, gardiner 32. Cater, John, maltster 33....
1912 graduating class, University of Illinois College of Medicine
University of Illinois College of Physicians and Surgeons Class 1912 Photograph credited to Morrison, Champlain Bldg. Chicago as pictured, left to right, top to bottom * indicates photographed graduate not listed in Class of 1912 in 1921 alumni record † indicates faculty/staff Jeremiah Frank Armstrong BS Samuel John Ross BA BD Frederick King Rogers Julius Bloom Frank Charles Winters Marie Jeanette Jones Charles Harcourt Johnson Albert Allen Oliver Edmond Van Alyea Louis Franklin Kubela Katharine Gerow I. Smedley AB MD * (there is an Irene Smedley listed in the class of 1901) Sarah Marguerite White Abraham George Fleischman Albert Eugene Fuchs William Nuchine Goone Louis Morris Greenberg Nicholas Jaime Warren Overton Wheelock Vilda Samuel Laurin Walker Roscoe Marks Neal Lawrence O’Herrin Leonard Joseph Ostrowski PhG Herman Louis Sarvela Howard Norton Flexer Harry Wallace Hartzell Asher Raymond Cottrell Laura Murphy Cottrell Leslie Lewis Stone PhG Charles John Stauffacher BS Carl...

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