Giulia Enders, Gut

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Giulia Enders, Gut 2015

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Introduction

Giulia Enders Gut: the inside story of our body’s most under-rated organ 2015.

Enders honesty about herself in the beginning of her Foreward is astonishing and endearing. Continue reading “Giulia Enders, Gut”

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Art Collector 2003

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Featured Image Art Collector 2003
Featured Image Art Collector 2003

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Undiscovered Artists, rising stars

Australian Art Collector Issue 24, April to June 2003


Introduction

Australian Art Collector Issue24, 2003Launched in 1997 Art Collector (previously Australian Art Collector) has positioned itself as the must read for art collectors in Australia, a far more commercial aspiration than, for example ARTAND Australia. Art Collector is best known for its annual feature Australia’s 50 most collectible artists. It also has as an annual feature ‘Undiscovered artists, rising stars’.

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What is History 3: The Medieval Mind

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The Medieval Mind, Bode Museum, Berlin
The Medieval Mind, Bode Museum, Berlin 2014

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What is History? Can we comprehend the medieval mind?

Introduction

Torture scene, Stained Glass, Old Church, Delft 2007
Torture scene, Stained Glass, Old Church, Delft 2007

As in What is History 1 and What is History 2 about sleep patterns, we are looking at the difficulty in understanding history in a conventional sense.

Covering the medieval mind is a big ask and I mustn’t pursue my usual digressions.

The quotations are interpretations of an area of history that we don’t know much about especially the early period. There are three books. The first two William Manchester, and Robert Lacey and Danny Danziger cover the early Middle Ages.

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