Portrait of Arnold Schoenberg. (1874-1951).
Left profile view of the composer in a somber mood.,Dated and initialed on the print lower right and signed in pencil lower left.,Left profile view of the composer in a somber mood.,Dated and initialed on the print lower right and signed in pencil lower left.,The artist was an Austrian caricarturist
Author(s): Dolbin, Benedict Fred, 1883-1971

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Terezin: Work Brigade 1943.
Perspective view of a group of marching men wearing stars of David. Some of them a carrying picks, They are highly individualized.,signed and dated 11.9.43 lower left.,Perspective view of a group of marching men wearing stars of David. Some of them a carrying picks, They are highly individualized.,signed and dated 11.9.43 lower left.,Born in Czechoslovakia. In 1937, his works were designated as "degenerate art" and he was accused of cultural Bolshevism because of the caricatures he had published
Author(s): Haas, Leo, 1901-1983

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Theatrical production in the Wash, Pomona College
Student actors perform on a makeshift stage with a white canopy in Blanchard Park on Wash Day, 1901. A tent set off to one side likely serves as a dressing room. A small removable placard next to the tent indicates a scene location. On the left side of the stage, a group of actors in dark robes and hats are gathered around a man in tights seated on a dais. In the center, a woman dressed all in white holds a basket. Behind her, a group of similarly attired actors are seated on the ground.
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Child Caregiver Interaction Scale
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Whiteness and Resistance: Investigating Student Concepts of White Privilege in the Writing Classroom
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Beginning with the decline of the Roman Empire, this course discusses German, Muslim, Viking and Magyar invasions, the development of Catholicism in Western Europe and of Eastern Orthodoxy in the Byzantine Empire, the Arabic contribution to mathematics, science, and philsophy and the institutions of feudalism and manorialism. The course concludes with the economic, demographic and urban revival which began around 1000 AD.
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