Claire Tomalin, Jenn Ashworth, Margaret Drabble, Sarah LeFanu, Elaine Feinstein, Sue Limb, ed. Biddy Passmore
Six leading authors who went to Newnham write about six remarkable women who attended the college in its early years: Claire Tomalin on the translator Constance Garnett, who brought great Russian literature to the English; Jenn Ashworth on the short and troubled life of Amy Levy, poet and feminist, who was the first Jewish student at Newnham; Margaret Drabble on Amber Reeves, mistress of H.G.
Like the inscriptions themselves, the author's comments condense a great deal of research and observation into a small compass' writes Professor Easterling in her foreword. This is Nancy Gregory's special gift: to make the Latin inscriptions with which Cambridge abounds come to life in a voice both witty and scholarly.
This the first English translation of Giehlow's celebrated Die Hieroglyphenkunde now recognized as the classic and pioneering statement on the origin and history of the Renaissance obsession with Egyptian hieroglyphs. The original, published in 1915 and inspired by Giehlow's discovery of a 16th century Latin manuscript of the Hieroglyphica of Horapollo illustrated by Albrecht Durer, has been described by critics as 'monumental', a 'masterpiece', 'incomparable' and 'brilliant'.
People drive performance, emotions drive people, temperament drives emotions. Emotional Intelligence is achieving self- and social mastery by being smart with core emotions. Self-Mastery = Awareness + Management (Steps 1 & 2 as defined by Goleman) Social Mastery = Empathy + Social Skills (Steps 3 &4 as defined by Goleman However the key to emotional intelligence is understanding your core emotions compared to your transient emotions. Your core emotions are driven by your temperament – what you are genetically born with.
Featuring more than 200 photos of punting on the River Cam. The book includes lots of photos of the Cambridge University colleges, students at the May Balls and students on the river after their exams.
Dr 'Hal' Whitehead (Christ's 1970) and Luke Rendell
Drawing on their own research as well as a scientific literature as immense as the sea-including evolutionary biology, animal behavior, ecology, anthropology, psychology, and neuroscience the authors seek to define what cetacean culture is, why it exists, and what it means for the future of whales and dolphins.
An Architect Speaks presents E S Prior's fascinating writings for the first time to a modern audience, together with a much wider selection of his buildings than has ever before been published. Today he is best known as the designer behind some of the most inventive and uncompromising interpretations of Ruskinian craft architecture that the English Arts and Crafts Movement produced.
An era of sweeping cultural change in America, the postwar years saw the rise of beatniks and hippies, the birth of feminism, and the release of the first video game. This book examines the rise and fall of the new math as a marker of the period's political and social ferment.
Essential Dynamics & Relativity provides students with an introduction to the core aspects of dynamics and special relativity. The author reiterates important ideas and terms throughout and covers concepts that are often missing from other textbooks at this level.