Harvard University Press

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  1. 2012
  2. Van Geert, P. L. C., & Van Dijk, M. W. G. (2012). Focus on variability: New tools to study intra-individual variability in developmental data. In G. Rappolt-Schlichtmann, S. G. Daley, & T. Rose (Eds.), A research reader in: Universal design for learning (pp. 182-228). Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
  3. Copenhaver, B. P., & Nauta, L. (2012). Lorenzo Valla, Dialectical Disputations. (The I Tatti Renaissance library ; Vol. 49-50). Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
  4. 2010
  5. Nauta, L. (2010). Boethius. In A. Grafton, G. Most, & S. Settis (Eds.), The Classical Tradition (pp. 131-133). Cambride, Mass.: Harvard University Press.
  6. Nauta, L. (2010). Lorenzo Valla. In A. Grafton, G. Most, & S. Settis (Eds.), The Classical Tradition (pp. 959-960). Harvard University Press.
  7. 2009
  8. van der Woude, J. (2009). 'Most were much affected & many in much distress’: The Great Awakening. In W. Sollors, & G. Marcus (Eds.), A New Literary History of America (pp. 79-84). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  9. 2008
  10. Bremmer, J. N. (2008). Cult Personnel of the Ephesian Artemision: Anatolian, Persian, Greek and Roman Aspects. In B. Dignas, & K. Trampedantz (Eds.), Practitioners of the Divine in Ancient Greece (pp. 37 - 53). Cambridge Mass.: Harvard University Press.
  11. 2007
  12. Bremmer, J. N. (2007). Ritual. In S-I. Johnston (Ed.), Ancient Religions (pp. 32 - 44). Cambridge Mass.: Harvard University Press.
  13. 2004
  14. Johnston, S. I. (2004). Religions of the Ancient World. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
  15. Bremmer, J. N. (2004). Rites of Passage. In S. I. Johnston (Ed.), Religions of the Ancient World (pp. 438 - 439). Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
  16. Bremmer, J. N. (2004). Rites of Passage: Greece. In S. I. Johnston (Ed.), Religions of the Ancient World (pp. 445 - 448). Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
  17. Bremmer, J. N. (2004). Ritual. In S. I. Johnston (Ed.), Religions of the Ancient World (pp. 32 - 44). Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

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