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Editorial: Art History and the Spirit of Inquiry

Susanna Pettersson, PhD, Museum Director, Finnish National Gallery, Ateneum Art Museum

July 25 2017

In 1891 Eliel Aspelin-Haapkylä (1847–1917) published the art history book Suomalaisen taiteen historia p… 512 more words

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The Best and Worst of Christopher Nolan

by Jason F. Koenigsberg

Christopher Nolan is one of, if not the best director to emerge this century. His films exude a confidence that few other directors posses with a manner that he can make huge blockbuster movies with $100 million dollar plus budgets that are based on original ideas with the same confidence and ease that he guided one of the most famous superheroes through a gritty trilogy of films that redefined Hollywood blockbusters for the twenty-first century.  1,517 more words

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Fighting Irish: It's Now or Never for Brian Kelly in South Bend

December 11, 2009, Brian Kelly was introduced as the 29th Head Football Coach at the University of Notre Dame. Moments after the thank you’s and the room grew silent , he said… 625 more words

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Cubs: What can we Expect from Kyle Hendricks in his Return from the Disabled List?

With an 8-1 record to start the second half, and fresh off a series victory against the St. Louis Cardinals, and now suddenly tied for first place atop the National League Central division with the struggling Brewers, life on the North Side is pretty great. 723 more words

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Volunteers and William Booth

by Terry M. Smith

The EMC, within local churches and wider, would not exist without volunteers, Christians who serve without being financially paid. Our conference’s local, national, and international activities depend on volunteers. 244 more words

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