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Florentine Women in the Aftermath of 1466', Rinascimento, 34 (1994), 237-57; Heather Gregory, 'The Return of the Native: Filippo Strozzi and Medicean Politics', Renaissance Quarterly, 38.1 (1985), 1-21; Jacques Heers, Lesilio, la vita politica e la societa nel medioevo (Naples: Liguori, 1997); Fabrizio Ricciardelli, The Politics of Exclusion in Early Renaissance Florence (Turnhout: Brepols, 2007); Christine Shaw, The Politics of Exile in Renaissance Italy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000); Randolph Starn, Contrary Commonwealth: The Theme of Exile in Medieval and Renaissance Italy (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1982).
STARN nnus Al M 7 Pulled off a number of terrific stops.
Gene Starn started The Heritage Central Florida Jewish News in 1976, now Heritage Florida Jewish News.
The fact that, in the characterization of the Na'vi, the film recycles "a set of shopworn tropes about indigeneity in general, and American Indians in particular" (Starn 2011, 179) has been widely recognized by reviewers and critics.
Having hosted memorable shows--Doug and Mike Starn and Jeff Koons come to mind--this high outdoor space has become a summer destination for New Yorkers, particularly on Fridays and Saturdays, when the building stays open late.
(42) Segundo Vargas Tarrillo, Crisis, violencia y rondas campesinas, Chota--Cajamarca (Tacna: Fondo Editorial de la Universidad Privada de Tacna, 1994); Orin Starn, Nightwatch: The Making of a Movement in the Peruvian Andes (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1999).
Yet with the economic and social disruptions of the 1960s and the rise of history "from-the-bottom-up," culture was recognized a legitimate political battlefield, not a fact of nature that had only one correct and authoritative reality (Starn, 2002).
Identical twins Mike and Doug Starn began collaborating as teenagers.