The Latin Clerk

Author: Aidan Nichols
Publisher: Casemate Publishers
ISBN: 0718892747
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The Latin Clerk from the Author: Aidan Nichols. This biography of Adrian Fortescue presents an insightful look at a man, now perceived as an icon of Catholic traditionalism, facing a crisis of conscience over his affiliation with Liberal Catholicism and objections towards the intellectual conservatism of the papacy. The Latin Clerk thus reveals an interesting discord in Edwardian culture between theological doctrine and secular developments, and also reflects frequent tensions existing within the Roman Catholic Church of today, making the inner conflics of Fortescue pertinent to modern society. Not only will this book be of interest to historians and theologians, but it will also appeal to students of the Eastern Churches. Through a presentation of Fortescue's extensive work as an Orientalist and Liturgist, the reader may explore the riches of the ancient Eastern Churches, the Greek Fathers, and the history of the liturgy.

Ipswich Borough Archives 1255 1835

Author: David H. Allen
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 9780851157726
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Ipswich Borough Archives 1255 1835 from the Author: David H. Allen. All the surviving records of the old Corporation, from the first charter under King John in 1200 to its dissolution in 1835; particularly rich in medieval legal records, Tudor and Stuart financial records.


Author: South Dakota. Dept. of Public Instruction
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Report from the Author: South Dakota. Dept. of Public Instruction. Reports for 1892/94-1896/98 include Proceedings of the South Dakota Educational Association.

Mass Migration To Modern Latin America

Author: Samuel L. Baily
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780842028318
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Mass Migration To Modern Latin America from the Author: Samuel L. Baily. It is well known that large numbers of Europeans migrated overseas during the century preceding the Great Depression of 1930, many of them to the United States. What is not well known is that more than 20 percent of these migrants emigrated to Latin America, significantly influencing the demographic, economic, and cultural evolution of many areas in the region. Mass Migration to Modern Latin America includes original contributions from more than a dozen leading scholars of the innovative new Latin American migration history that has emerged in the past 20 years. Though the authors focus primarily on the nature and impact of mass migration to Argentina and Brazil from 1870–1930, they place their analysis in broader historical and comparative contexts. Each section of the book begins with personal stories of individual immigrants and their families, providing students with a glimpse of how the complex process of migration played out in various situations. This book demonstrates the crucial impact of the mass migrations of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries on the formation of some Latin American societies.