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A History of the Kingdom of Denmark
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Thirteen Fifty-six
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ISBN: 000733186X
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Year: 2013
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Thomas of Hookton, a veteran of Crecy and many other battles, is the leader of a mercenary company of bowmen and men-at-arms who ravage the countryside east of Gascony. The Black Prince is assembling an army to fight the French once more, but before Thomas can join, he must fulfil an urgent task.
Coloring in the White Spaces
Author: Ann Milne
Publisher: Peter Lang Incorporated, International Academic Publishers
ISBN: 1433134837
Pages: 228
Year: 2016-10-20
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This book examines the struggle against racial and cultural inequity in educational systems, presenting the case study of a New Zealand school and its community’s determination to resist alienating environments. If we look at an untouched child’s coloring book, for instance, we think of the pages as blank. But they’re not actually blank—each page is uniformly white, with lines established to dictate where color is allowed to go. Children by this are taught about the place of color and the importance of staying within pre-determined boundaries and expectations, reinforcing a system where the white background is considered the norm. To challenge such whitestreaming, this book offers the example of a community that defied and rejected this environment in favor of a culturally-located, bilingual learning model of education based on secure cultural identity, stable positive relationships, and aroha (authentic caring and love). This journey is juxtaposed against pervasive deficit-driven, whitestream explanations of inequity and purported "achievement gaps" of indigenous Maori and Pasifika students. This story chronicles the efforts of the Kia Aroha College community on its quest to step outside education’s "White spaces" to create a new space for learning and to reclaim educational sovereignty—where individuals have the absolute right to "be Maori," to be who they are, in school.
Author: Mathias Storch, Knud Rasmussen
Publisher: International Polar Institute
ISBN: 0982170386
Pages: 128
Year: 2016-05-10
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The first original novel in Greenlandic, published in 1915, portraying a vision of a future, modern Greenland free of colonial humiliation and poverty
Healing with the Angels
Author: Doreen Virtue
ISBN: 1458756068
Pages: 278
Year: 2010
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How the Angels Can Assist You in Every Area of Your Life. Healing with the Angels is an inspirational work that reveals how to work with the angels to improve your physical, mental, and emotional health. The author's case studies show how depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, and other common maladies can be lifted with ''angel therapy.'' Topics include: angel therapy for illness; healing others with angels; angelic messages about weight, exercise, and diet; sleep therapy from the angels; angelic clearing of psychological and emotional issues; releasing addictions and obsessions; and advice on how the angels can heal us of worry, guilt, and other destructive mental habits.
Four Centuries of Special Geography
Author: O.F.G. Sitwell
Publisher: UBC Press
ISBN: 0774844574
Pages: 680
Year: 2011-11-01
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Geography as an academic discipline dates back to the last few decades of the nineteenth century. However, during the preceding centuries a large body of English-language literature relevant to the field of special geography was published. Four Centuries of Special Geography lists all the works published before 1888 and includes descriptions of each entry and notes on later editions.
Store Og Gode Handlinger AF Danske, Norske Og Holstenere
Author: Ove Malling
Publisher: Palala Press
ISBN: 1378492471
Pages: 646
Year: 2018-02-22
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Christ Child
Author: Stephen J. Davis
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300206607
Pages: 432
Year: 2014-05-13
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Little is known about the early childhood of Jesus Christ. But in the decades after his death, stories began circulating about his origins. One collection of such tales was the so-called Infancy Gospel of Thomas, known in antiquity as the Paidika or “Childhood Deeds” of Jesus. In it, Jesus not only performs miracles while at play (such as turning clay birds into live sparrows) but also gets enmeshed in a series of interpersonal conflicts and curses to death children and teachers who rub him the wrong way. How would early readers have made sense of this young Jesus? In this highly innovative book, Stephen Davis draws on current theories about how human communities construe the past to answer this question. He explores how ancient readers would have used texts, images, places, and other key reference points from their own social world to understand the Christ child’s curious actions. He then shows how the figure of a young Jesus was later picked up and exploited in the context of medieval Jewish-Christian and Christian-Muslim encounters. Challenging many scholarly assumptions, Davis adds a crucial dimension to the story of how Christian history was created.

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