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Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|HISTORIANS 1 It is the true office of history to represent the events themselves, |
together with the counsels, and to ... 7 The historian must have . . . some
conception of how men who are not historians behave. ... 17 Study men, not
|19 His reading caused him to suspect bias in writers, particularly among |
historians—“Historians editorializing is in the same class as the modern
irresponsible columnist. So study men, not historians.”20 And this moved him to
read the writings ...
|Shakespeare, William Ignorance is the first requisite of the historian -- ignorance, |
which simplifies and clarifies, which selects and omits, with a placid perfection
unattainable by the highest art. - Strachey, Lytton Study men, not historians.
|A few men began to study modern Asia, though almost none studied modern |
Africa except in relation to the British Empire. By the ... The war brought the whole
world not only to American diplomats and soldiers but to American historians.
Donald Kagan - 1975 - 236 pages
|With the possible exception of the steersman of his own ship, no other |
commander could surely have been seriously ... It is surely as strange that the
supposed confidential discussion should have included only men not among his
friends as ...
Arvind Sharma - 2002 - 253 pages
|... not as a Co-Subject in a mutual attempt to understand human sexual |
differentiation and all its manifestations.4 Women's Religion is Different from
Men's Religion Not only did women's studies demonstrate to historians of
religions that their ...
|Studies in Malaysian Chinese Worlds Sharon A. Carstens ... While Pulai Hakka |
men and women jointly planted and harvested rice, tapped rubber, and
cooperated in many daily tasks, public ... Men not only dominated all of the formal
organizations that arranged for the Pulai Guanyin festival, but also led and
dominated the ...
|His sequence of reform is more insightful, but the early stages are not particularly |
useful to historians, except perhaps to indicate a connection between reform eras
. Would a study of “unorganized protest” really be classified as a study of reform ...
George E. Haggerty - 2000 - 986 pages
|Comparative Studies in Society and History 27 (l985): 658-67l. ... She concluded |
that the psychological profiles of gay men not in therapy were indistinguishable
from a similar group of straight men, and that homosexuality did not necessarily ...
George Haggerty, Bonnie Zimmerman - 2003 - 800 pages
|Hooker was responsible for breakthrough studies on male homosexuality in the |
1950s and 1960s, in which she proved that gay men were no more likely to be
mentally ill than straight people. All previous studies of male homosexuality had ...