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61. The American Journal of Semiotics: Volume > 12 > Issue: 1/4
Anne Winston-Allen Goswijn van der Weyden, Geertgen tot Sint Jans, and Albrecht Dürer: Reading the Signs in Pictures and Texts of the Rosary Brotherhood
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Erika Schneider Blood-Stained Linen and Shattered Skull: Ford’s Theater as Reliquary to Abraham Lincoln
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Gary Cross Gendered Futures/Gendered Fantasies: Toys as Representatives of Changing Childhood
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Sabra Statham A Personal Rite: Christianity and Hellenism in Igor Stravinsky’s Oedipus Rex
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Catherine A. Lugg Kitsch and the American Political Spectacle: Denying King’s Dream
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William Pencak Re-Othering
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Jason M. Kelly Turner’s Golden Vision: Alchemy in the Works of J.M.W. Turner
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Michael Meranze Michel Foucault, the Enlightenment, and the Context of Criticism
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Ric Northrup Caric Blustering Brags, Dueling Inventors, and Corn-Square Geniuses: Artisan Leisure in Philadelphia, 1785-1825
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Padhraig Higgins “A Melancholy Instance of Complicated Misery”: Ireland and Irish National Identity in Eighteenth Century English Travel Writing
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Beth Raps Historical Fragments: Racist Discourse, Loving Discourse
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Meta Mazaj Discourse of Menstruation as a Way to Control the Female Body
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William Pencak Semiotics and History
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William Pencak “All Art is Against Lived Experience”: Derek Jarman’s Caravaggio
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Mary C. Miles “The Man Upstairs”: Changing Visions of God During the Cold War
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Santa Casciani Ruzante: A Dissenting Voice in the Italian Renaissance
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Elena L. Zheltova The Electrification of Soviet Russia: The Myth and Mystification of the Bolshevik Electrification Program, 1910-1928
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David K. B. Zeeman Ethereal Semiotics II: Regulating Nothing
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Jeffrey Brendle Forward to the Past: History and the Reversed Chronology Narrative in Martin Amis’s Time’s Arrow
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Hartmut Heep The American Body as a Semiotic Sign