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Ancient Literacies: The Culture of Reading in Greece and Rome - William A Johnson; Holt N Parker
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2009, ISBN: 9780195340150

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New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1999. First Edition [Stated], First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. Very good/Very good. xv, [1], 472, [6] pages. Illustrations. Bibliography. Index. Inscribed on half-title. DJ has slight wear and soiling. Name and address of Eric B. Dezenhall stamped on fep. This is believed to be the Eric B. Dezenhall who is an American crisis management consultant, author, and founder of Washington D.C.-based public relations firm Dezenhall Resources. His aggressive tactics on behalf of his clients have made him a quoted pundit on crisis communications. Dezenhall worked in President Ronald Reagan's White House communications office. Dezenhall writes both non-fiction and novels. Dezenhall's novels include Turnpike Flameout, Shakedown Beach, Money Wanders, Jackie Disaster, and Spinning Dixie. Daniel Stashower is an American author and editor of mystery fiction and historical nonfiction. Stashower has received awards and recognition for several of his works. Teller of Tales was the 1999 Agatha Award winner for best nonfiction, the 2000 Edgar Award winner for best critical/biographical work, a 2000 Anthony Award nominee for best critical nonfiction work, and a 2000 Macavity Award nominee for best nonfiction. The mystery novel The Adventure of the Ectoplasmic Man was a 1986 Edgar Award nominee for best first novel. The short story "A Deliberate Form of Frenzy" was nominated for the 1998 Agatha Award for best short story. Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle KStJ, DL (22 May 1859 - 7 July 1930) was a British writer best known for his detective fiction featuring the character Sherlock Holmes. Originally a physician, in 1887 he published A Study in Scarlet, the first of four novels about Holmes and Dr. Watson. In addition, Doyle wrote over fifty short stories featuring the famous detective. The Sherlock Holmes stories are generally considered milestones in the field of crime fiction. Doyle is also known for writing the fictional adventures of Professor Challenger and for propagating the mystery of the Mary Celeste. He was a prolific writer whose other works include fantasy and science fiction stories, plays, romances, poetry, non-fiction and historical novels. Doyle was also a fervent advocate of justice and personally investigated two closed cases, which led to two men being exonerated of the crimes of which they were accused. The first case, in 1906, involved a shy half-British, half-Indian lawyer named George Edalji who had allegedly penned threatening letters and mutilated animals in Great Wyrley. Police were set on Edalji's conviction, even though the mutilations continued after their suspect was jailed. Apart from helping George Edalji, Doyle's work helped establish a way to correct other miscarriages of justice, as it was partially as a result of this case that the Court of Criminal Appeal was established in 1907. The second case, that of Oscar Slater, a Yekke and gambling-den operator convicted of bludgeoning an 82-year-old woman in Glasgow in 1908, excited Doyle's curiosity because of inconsistencies in the prosecution case and a general sense that Slater was not guilty. He ended up paying most of the costs for Slater's successful appeal in 1928., Henry Holt and Company, 1999, New York: Nashville: Abingdon, Cokesbury, 1943. Presumed first edition/first printing. Hardcover. Fair in poor dust jacket. Water stained. DJ is worn, torn, soiled, scuffed, and chipped. Lengthy inscription on fep and signed (on back) photograph. Additional inscribed item laid in... vii, 328 p. front., ports. 23 cm. Index. The author was a Bishop of the Methodist Church. From Wikipedia: Edwin Holt Hughes (7 December 1866 12 February 1950) was an American Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, elected in 1908. Edwin was born in Moundsville, West Virginia, the son of the Rev. Thomas B. and Louisa (Holt) Hughes. He married Isabel Ebbert 8 June 1892. She predeceased him. They had six children: Isabel, Holt, Ebbert, Caroline, Anna Louise, and Francis. He studied at West Virginia University beginning in 1887, graduating from Ohio Wesleyan University in 1889 (A.B. degree) and 1892 (A.M. degree). He then attended Boston University School of Theology, 1889-92. Bishop Holt was honored with such degrees by Ohio Wesleyan, Wesleyan University, Norwich University, Boston University, the University of Rochester, Florida Southern College, Dickinson College, the University of Southern California, and DePauw University. Rev. Hughes began preaching in 1886. He was Pastor at Newton Centre, Massachusetts (1892 96), and at Malden, Massachusetts (1896 1903). He then became the President of DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana in 1903. As President he worked on promoting student discipline and reducing the University's financial deficits. By the time Hughes left office, the University's endowment had more than doubled, from $231, 000 to $530, 000. His term as President ended in 1909 shortly after assuming the work of a Bishop. Rev. Hughes also served as a Trustee of the Carnegie Foundation (1904 08) Bishop Hughes traveled widely throughout the Church. In addition, he served as a Trustee of Boston University, Dickinson College, Ohio Wesleyan, Northwestern University, and DePauw. He was the President of the Religious Committee of the Panama Pacific Exposition (1910 11). He also served as a member of the Muhlenberg Bicentennial Commission in 1942. He was a Fraternal delegate to Irish and English Methodism in 1930, representing American Methodism. He was the Senior Chairman of the Methodist Unification Commission (1938 40), that ultimately accomplished the reunion of the three major Methodist bodies in the U.S.A. in 1939. In retirement Bishop Hughes lived in Chevy Chase, Maryland. He was taken ill for the final time while on a speaking engagement in Muncie, Indiana. He died 12 February 1950 of viral pneumonia after two weeks in a hospital in Washington, D.C. This work provides recollections of more than seventy-five years., Abingdon, Cokesbury, 1943, New York: Oxford University Press, 2009. First Printing is Near-Fine in black paper over boards, gilt spine titling. Mild rubbing along tail, spine ends creased. Fmr bookseller's pencilled prices on rear pastedown. Lovely copy, clean & tight. DJ only Acceptable w overall chafing, corner wear, creasing of spine ends, 3/4" blind tear on rear head near gutter, bump to rear gutter. "This timely volume attempts to formulate new interesting ways of talking about the entire concept of literacy in the ancient world--literacy not in the sense of whether 10% or 30% of people in the ancient world could read or write, but in the sense of text-oriented events embedded in a particular socio-cultural context. The volume is intended as a forum in which selected leading scholars rethink from the ground up how students of classical antiquity might best approach the question of literacy in the past, and how that investigation might materially intersect with changes in the way that literacy is now viewed in other disciplines. The result will give readers new ways of thinking about specific elements of "literacy" in antiquity, such as the nature of personal libraries, or what it means to be a bookseller in antiquity; new constructionist questions, such as what constitutes reading communities and how they fashion themselves; new takes on the public sphere, such as how literacy intersects with commercialism, or with the use of public spaces, or with the construction of civic identity; new essentialist questions, such as what "book" and "reading" signify in antiquity, why literate cultures develop, or why literate cultures matter. The book derives from a conference (a Semple Symposium held in Cincinnati in April 2006) and includes new work from the most outstanding scholars of literacy in antiquity (e.g., Simon Goldhill, Joseph Farrell, Peter White, and Rosalind Thomas)."--publisher. First Printing.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Acceptable. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Used., Oxford University Press, 2009

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: OXFORD UNIV PR], Classicists have been slow to take advantage of the important advances in the way that literacy is viewed in other disciplines (including in particular cognitive psychology, socio-linguistics, and socio-anthropology). On the other hand, historians of literacy continue to rely on outdated work by classicists (mostly from the 1960's and 1970's) and have little access to the current reexamination of the ancient evidence. This timely volume attempts to formulate new interesting ways of talking about the entire concept of literacy in the ancient world-literacy not in the sense of whether 10% or 30% of people in the ancient world could read or write, but in the sense of text-oriented events embedded in a particular socio-cultural context. The volume is intended as a forum in which selected leading scholars rethink from the ground up how students of classical antiquity might best approach the question of literacy in the past, and how that investigation might materially intersect with changes in the way that literacy is now viewed in other disciplines. The result will give readers new ways of thinking about specific elements of "literacy" in antiquity, such as the nature of personal libraries, or what it means to be a bookseller in antiquity new constructionist questions, such as what constitutes reading communities and how they fashion themselves new takes on the public sphere, such as how literacy intersects with commercialism, or with the use of public spaces, or with the construction of civic identity new essentialist questions, such as what "book" and "reading" signify in antiquity, why literate cultures develop, or why literate cultures matter. The book derives from a conference (a Semple Symposium held in Cincinnati in April 2006) and includes new work from the most outstanding scholars of literacy in antiquity (e.g., Simon Goldhill, Joseph Farrell, Peter White, and Rosalind Thomas). Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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This timely volume attempts to formulate interesting new ways of talking about the entire concept of literacy in the ancient world--literacy not in the sense of whether 10% or 30% of people in the ancient world could read or write, but in the sense of text-oriented events embedded in a particular socio-cultural context. The volume is intended as a forum in which selected leading scholars rethink from the ground up how students of classical antiquity might best approach the question of literacy in the past, and how that investigation might materially intersect with changes in the way that literacy is now viewed in other disciplines. History History eBook, Oxford University Press

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