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Edited by Bickenbach, Dr. Jerome E.; Felder, Franziska; Schmitz, Barbara
This collection of original essays focuses on fundamental issues as well as practical implications of the relationship between disability and the good human life.
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Edited by Gartner, Judith; Schmitz, Barbara
The story of Exodus from Egypt is a key founding myth that informs Israel's collective identity and pervades all of Old Testament literature. In the Hellenistic period, the Exodus story enjoyed a renaissance, and it continues to influence literatu
These original essays focus on fundamental issues and practical implications of the relationship between disability and the good human life.
Edited by De Troyer, Kristin; Schmitz, Barbara
This volume brings together a lively set of papers from the first session of the Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature program unit of the Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting in 2016. Together with a few later contributions, these essays
By Schmitz, Barbara
Barbara Schmitz writes about daily life, bringing to life such intricate encounters as animals and plants, mineral and liquids. Schmitz leaves no stone unturned. With beautiful imagery and astounding cadences, Schmitz comes to life in her poetry.
Edited by Schmitz, Barbara
Painting and calligraphy flourished in Lahore during the Mughal period, and later under British rule. New research on these arts has been presented in this book.
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