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ISSUE FOUR

Introduction

 

Editorial (full text)

Article

The Hegelian Trichotomy Underlying Panofsky's Perspective as a Symbolic Form.
by CLEMENA ANTONOVA (Somerville College, Oxford)  
(full text)

 

Book Reviews

Patrick Macrory (ed.), Lady Florentia Sale, A Journal of the First Afghan War (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002,xxiii + 186 pp, £8.99)                Reviewed by Christopher Sladen (Ruskin College, Oxford) (full text)

Brownen Martin and Felizitas Ringham (eds.), Sense and Scent: An Exploration of the Olfatory Meaning (Dublin: Philomel, 2003; pp. 322).              
Reviewed by Steven Pulimood (Trinity College, Oxford) (full text)

Peter Marshall, Beliefs and the Dead in Reformation England (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002; pp. xii +344. £25).                                             Reviewed by Alexandra Gajda (St. Anne's College, Oxford) 
(full text)

Bryan J. Cuevas, The Hidden History of the Tibetan Book of the Dead (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003; pp. xi +328 £32).                             Reviewed by Joyce Liu (Lincoln College, Oxford) 
(full text)

Dominik Geppert (ed.), The Postwar Challenge: Cultural, Social, and Political Change in Western Europe 1945-58 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003; pp. ix +402, £60).                                                   

Reviewed by Siobhán McAndrew (Nuffield College, Oxford) (full text)


Bernard Porter, The Absent-Minded Imperialists: Empire, Society and Culture in Britain (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004; pp. xxii + 497, 8 pp. plates. Hb., £25).                                                          

Reviewed by David Thackeray (Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford) (full text)

Lucy Moore, Maharanis: The Lives and Times of Three Generations of Indian Princesses (London: Penguin, 2004; pp. 368, £20).                                

Reviewed by Angma Jhala (Christ Church, Oxford) (full text)

Antoinette Burton, Dwelling in the Archive: Women Writing House, Home and History in Late Colonial India (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2003; pp. 216, £16.99).                                            

Reviewed by Kanta Kaur Marriot (St. Antony's College, Oxford) (full text)

Hilda Kean, London Stories: Personal Lives, Public Histories (London: Rivers Oram Press, 2005; pp. x+299, £12.95).           

Reviewed by Christopher Sladen (Ruskin College, Oxford). (full text)