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Languages of Art (1968)

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George Dalgarno on Universal Language: The Art of Signs (1661), The Deaf and Dumb Man's Tutor (1680), and the Unpublished Papers The Art of Signs (1661), The Deaf and Dumb Man's Tutor (1680), and the Unpublished Papers

The Language of Things: Design, Luxury, Fashion, Art: How We Are Seduced by the Objects Around Us

Review: Studies in Italian History in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Vol. I: Political Thought and the Language of Politics. Art and Politics

Part 4 Composition and Administration of the Court: Composition et Administration de la Cour, Art.50 Official and working languages/Langues officielles et langues de travail

REES LEAHY, Helen Blodwen (born 1960), Director, Centre for Museology, since 2002, and Professor of Museology, since 2013, School of Arts, Languages and Cultures (formerly School of Art History and Archaeology, then School of Arts, Histories and Cultures), University of Manchester

PARROCK, Richard Arthur (1869 - 1938), Phi Beta Kappa; Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, and Lecturer in Art, Colgate University, since 1920; Head of Department of Classics; Principal and Vice-Chancellor University of Bishop’s College, Lennoxville, Quebec, 1907–19

STABLE, J. Joseph (1883 - 1953), JP; Darnell Professor of English Language and Literature, University of Queensland, 1923–52; Dean of the Faculty of Arts, 1932–39, and of the Faculty of Commerce, 1932–38; President, Professorial Board, 1944–50; Member of Senate of Univ. of Queensland, 1944–50; Chairman of Trustees, Queensland National Art Gallery, 1946–48

MACDONALD, George (1862 - 1940), Honorary Member of Edinburgh Merchant Company; Hon. F. Educn Instit. Scotland; Chairman of Royal Commission on Hist. Monuments (Scotland); Vice-Chairman of the Ancient Monuments Board for Scotland; Member of the Prime Minister’s Committee on Modern Languages, 1916–18; Member of the Departmental Committee on the Superannuation of School Teachers, 1922–23; Member of the Royal Commission on Museums and Galleries, 1927–29; Member of the Royal Fine Art Commission for Scotland; Member of the Standing Commission on Museums and Galleries; Member of the University Grants Committee; President of Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, 1921–26; President of the Classical Association (England and Wales), 1931; President of Section H. (Anthropology) of the British Association, 1928; President of the Royal Numismatic Society, 1935; President of Classical Association (Scotland), 1936

 

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(1968).

A work by Nelson Goodman that has had a growing influence on semiotic thinking, Languages of Art: An Approach to a Theory of Symbols incited controversy with its refutation ...

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