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Dictionary of Early American Philosophers

Dictionary of Early American Philosophers   Reference library

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2013
Subject:
Philosophy, Social sciences, Regional and Area Studies
Length:
666,360 words

...and graduate women and blacks, and the abolition movement found much of its energy in college students and graduates. In 1857 Alonzo Potter’s Philadelphia Divinity School became the first divinity school in America, and perhaps the world, to train black theological students. Regrettably, by 1860 Oberlin was still the only institution of higher learning in America to permit black women to obtain the BA degree. Philosophers, like other professors and the entire professional class, were sharply divided by the urgent social issues of women’s rights and the...

The Grove Dictionary of American Music

The Grove Dictionary of American Music (2 ed.)   Reference library

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2013
Subject:
Music, Social sciences, Regional and Area Studies
Length:
5.09 million words
Illustration(s):
390

...Highness Hung. Hungarian Hunts. Huntingdonshire Hz Hertz [c.p.s.] IA Iowa IAML International Association of Music Libraries IAWM International Alliance for Women in Music ibid. ibidem [in the same place] ICTM International Council for Traditional Music ID Idaho i.e. id est [that is] IFMC International Folk Music Council IL Illinois ILWC International League of Women Composers IMC International Music Council IMS International Musicological Society IN Indiana Inc. Incorporated inc. incomplete incid incidental incl. includes...

The Berkshire Dictionary of Chinese Biography

The Berkshire Dictionary of Chinese Biography   Reference library

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2014
Subject:
History, Regional and National History, Social sciences, Regional and Area Studies
Length:
619,167 words
Illustration(s):
305

...(author, father of Ban Gu and Ban Zhao ), I:  213–214, 225–226 Ban Gu (historian), I:   211–221 , 226 as historian, I:  214–216 tragic end, I:  219–220 See also Ban Biao ; Hanshu (text) ; Sima Qian Ban Zhao (female scholar), I:  xxix, 222–235 Admonitions for Women (text) and female virtue, I:  223–224, 227, 230–232 advisor to Empress Dowager Deng, I:  227–229 family, I:  225–226 poetry, I:  232–234 as a scholar, I:  227, 229–230 teacher of court ladies, I:  227 See also Ban Biao ; Hanshu (text) Bannermen ( qiren ), II:  953...

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