Building and Evaluating a Collaborative Consortial Demand-Driven Cataloging Workflow. Tom Larsen Head of Monographic Cataloging Portland State University Library Sadie Williams Vice President, Business Development Ebook Library (EBL). Background. Orbis Cascade Alliance
Building and Evaluating a Collaborative Consortial Demand-Driven Cataloging Workflow
Head of Monographic Cataloging
Portland State University Library
Vice President, Business Development
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=050 \4$aCB361.C24 2011
=100 1\$aCaferro, William.
=245 10$aContesting the Renaissance$h[electronic resource].
=260 \\$aChichester :$bJohn Wiley & Sons,$c2010.
=300 \\$a1 online resource (263 p.)
=490 0\$aContesting the Past
=505 0\$aContesting the Renaissance; Contents; Acknowledgments; 1 The Renaissance Question; 2 Individualism: Who Was the Renaissance Man?; 3 Gender: Who Was the Renaissance Woman?; 4 Humanism: Renovation or Innovation? Transmission or Reception?; 5 Economy: Hard Times or Prosperity?; 6 Politics: The Emergence of the Modern State?; 7 Faith and Science: Religious or Rational?; Further Reading; Index.
=520 \\$aIn this book, William Caferro asks if the Renaissance was really a period of progress, reason, the emergence of the individual, and the beginning of modernity.:.; An influential investigation into the nature of the European Renaissance.; Summarizes scholarly debates about the nature of the Renaissance.; Engages with specific controversies concerning gender identity, economics, the emergence of the modern state, and reason and faith.; Takes a balanced approach to the many different problems and perspectives that characterize Renaissance studies.
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=776 08$iPrint version:$aCaferro, William$tContesting the Renaissance$dChichester : John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., c2010$z9781405123709
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