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Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (Vol. 159, No. 1)
Contents: (1) From the Symposium on the Right to Vote, 15 November 2013: The Right to Vote, by David S. Tatel; The Real Problem with Citizens United: Campaign Finance, Dark Money, and Shadow Parties, by Heather K. Gerken; The Right to Vote: A Conversation with the Co-Chairs of the Presidential Commission on Election Administration, by Heather K. Gerken, Robert F. Bauer, and Benjamin L. Ginsberg; (2) American Indian Constitutions and Their Influence on the United States Constitution, by Robert J. Miller; Finding a Man Who Will Take Advice: Woodrow Wilson and Edward House, by Perry Leavell; Implications of the Demise of “Fact” in Political Discourse, by Kathleen Hall Jamieson; How Americans Raise Their Children: Generational Relations from the Revolution to the Global World, by Paula S. Fass; (3) Biographical Memoirs: D. Carleton Gajdusek, by Raymond P. Roos; Mary, Countess of Bessborough, by Lady Joan Reid; Paul Joel Alpers, by Joel B. Altman; Charles M. Vest, by Robert J. Birgeneau. Illus.
Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (Vol. 159, No. 2)
Contents: (1) Presented in Celebration of Mary Patterson McPherson, 20 April 2012: Expert Opinion on the Wine Market, by Karl Storchmann; Reading Dogs Reading Us, by Alexandra Horowitz; (2) From the Symposium, 100th Anniversary of World War I, 26 April 2014: “A Net of Intrigue and Selfish Rivalry”: Woodrow Wilson and Power Politics During World War I, by Ross Kennedy; Telecommunications in World War I, by Jonathan Reed Winkler; (3) Benjamin Franklin’s Wife’s Apoplexy and Mid-Eighteenth Century Medicine, by Stanley Finger; (4) Biographical Memoirs: Michael Crozier, by James G. March; Ward Goodenough, by Mac Marshall; Robert Bellah, by Steven M. Tipton; Edmund Sears Morgan, by Richard Middlekauff; William Warren Scranton, by G. Terry Madonna; Seamus Justin Heaney, by Helen Vendler. Illus.
Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (Vol. 153, No. 3)
Contents: When Is a Bird a Bird?, by Oleg Grabar; What/When Is a Portrait? Royal Images of the Ancient Near East, by Irene J. Winter; Room for Thought: Of Mutations, Muscle, “Fitness,” and the Human Condition, by Hansell Stedman; Pakistan and Islam Sixty Years Further On, by Thomas W. Simons Jr. Biographical Memoirs: John Bardeen, by David Pines; Robert Fagles, by Victor Brombert; H. Bentley Glass, by Frank C. Erk; Joseph H. Greenberg, by Michael Silverstein; Norman Hackerman, by Marye Anne Fox; Martin Meyerson, by Sheldon Hackney; Erica Reiner, by Martha Roth; Charles Tilly, by Adam Ashforth. Illus.
Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 134, No. 4)
Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 128, No. 4)
Contents: Young John Selden and the Ancient Constitution, ca. 1610-18, by Paul Christianson; Sterne’s Sermon in Paris and Its Background, by Harlan W. Hamilton; The Library of William Camden, by Richard L. DeMolen.
Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 123, No. 4)
Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 106, no. 4)
Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 96, no. 2)
Contents: Benjamin Franklin and Leo Tolstoy, by Eufrosina Dvoichenko-Markov; Driftwood and Problems of Arctic Sea Currents, by J.L. Diggings, Jr.; A Field Study of Population Density and Social Organization in Howling Monkeys, by Nicholas Collias and Charles Southwick; Chickahominy: The Changing Culture of a Virginia Indian Community, by Theodore Stern.
Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (Vol. 150, No. 1)
Contents: Papers from the Symposium “Archaeology: New Techniques & Methods,”: New Techniques of Archaeology & Greek Shipwrecks of the 6th & 5th Cent. BC, by George F. Bass; The Contributions of the Sciences to the Discovery of Ancient Rural Civilization, by Joseph Coleman Carter; Roman Surveys in Corinth, by David Gilman Romano; The Origin & Virulence of the 1918 “Spanish” Influenza Virus,” by Jeffery Taubenberger; The Inconstant Sun, by Claudio Vita-Finzi; & Stem Cells: Biology, Transplantation, & Political Ethics, by Irving L. Weissman. Biographical Memoirs: Horace W. Babcock, Derk Bodde, David Bodian, Edward C. Carter II, Robert Henry Dicke, John Dunlop, Ralph Landau, Edward Said, & William Hamilton Sewell. Illus.
Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 145, no. 4)
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