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McMillin, Linda A. 1959-

Overview
Works: 7 works in 16 publications in 1 language and 1,514 library holdings
Genres: History  Criticism, interpretation, etc 
Roles: Author, Editor, Contributor
Classifications: RC569.5.R59, 616.8582
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Linda A McMillin
Hrotsvit of Gandersheim : contexts, identities, affinities, and performances by Linda A McMillin( Book )

10 editions published between 2004 and 2016 in English and Undetermined and held by 252 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Hrotsvit was the first dramatist of Christianity, the first female Saxon poet, the first Germanic author to employ the Faust theme, and one of the first Western writers to compose a Christian epic. The essays in Hrotsvit of Gandersheim examine the historical, cultural, legal, and political contexts of Hrotsvit's works, locating her opus within the tenth-century aristocratic and clerical intellectual milieu. This collection contextualizes Hrotsvit's works with respect to heroic, sexual, domestic, behavioural, linguistic, theological, and hierarchical aspects of early medieval and patristic literary traditions. It also explores other literary texts that inform Hrotsvit's works and discusses the performance history and theatricality of Hrotsvit's plays. Hrotsvit's keen awareness of contemporary issues and her determination, within the parameters of monastic-aristocratic ideological constraints, to provide her readers with a rich variety of exemplary female heroes and acts of personal courage, offer twenty-first-century readers a powerful model of responsibility and agency
A new academic compact : revisioning the relationship between faculty and their institutions by Linda A., Ed Mcmillin( Book )

1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 157 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The chapters of this collection highlight the Associated New American Colleges' Faculty Work Project as they examine the call for redefining faculty roles and institutional relationships. The goal of the Project has been to lay the conceptual groundwork for bringing educational practices into alignment with the institutional mission. In the first section, "The Compact," the chapters are: (1) "a New Academic Concept" (Jerry Berberet); (2) "Professional Development across the Faculty Career: An Engine for Implementing a New Faculty-Institutional Compact" (Faculty Development/Career Stages Working Group, Marion Terenzio, Group Coordinator); (3) "Faculty as Institutional Citizens: Reconceiving Service and Governance Work" (Service/Governance Working Group, Lawry Finsen, Group Coordinator); and (4) "Faculty Workload: Differentiation through Unit Collaboration" (Workload Differentiation Group, Linda A. McMillin, Group Coordinator). Section 2, "The Compact in Action," contains": (5) "Shared Governance at Butler University" (Patricia Bacon); (6) "Workload Differentiation at Ithaca College" (Garry Brodhead); and (7) "Workload Rebalancing at St. Mary's College of California" (Ed Biglin). The final section, "The Compact in Context," includes: (8) "a Panel of Experts Responds" (Christine M. Licata, Robert M. Diamond, Mary Burgan, Charles E. Glassick, C. K. Weiser, and Ric Weibl); (9) "Reflections on the Faculty Work Project" (Jon Wergin); (10) "a Holistic Model for Faculty and Institutional Development" (Jacqueline A. Mintz); and (11) "Institutional Governance: a Call for Collaborative Decision-Making in American Higher Education" (Thomas C. Longin). Each chapter contains references, and the book includes an 81-item bibliography. (Sld)
Cloister and society in thirteenth-century Barcelona : the women of Sant Pere de les Puelles by Linda A McMillin( )

1 edition published in 1990 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Portrait of the enemy : Saracens in the Catalan grand chronicles by Linda A McMillin( )

1 edition published in 1987 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Gender and monastic autonomy in thirteenth-century Barcelona : abbess vs. bishop by Linda A McMillin( )

1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Satanic ritual abuse : principles of treatment by Colin A Ross( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"In recent years, the subject of Satanic ritual abuse (SRA) has incited widespread controversy, focused primarily on whether or not such abuse actually occurs. Much like child sexual abuse, SRA was initially dismissed as an isolated or even imaginary phenomenon. Although there is increasing evidence that ritual abuse does take place, clinicians working with individual patients cannot be sure whether they are dealing with fact or fantasy. Dr. Colin Ross, an expert in the treatment of dissociative disorders, has encountered more than three hundred patients with memories of alleged Satanic ritual abuse. In this book, he provides a well-documented discussion of the psychological, social, and historical aspects of SRA and presents principles and techniques for its clinical treatment." "Although Dr. Ross has found no evidence of a widespread Satanic network, he is open to the possibility that a certain percentage of his patients' memories may be entirely or partially historically accurate. In treatment, he recommends that the therapist adopt an attitude hovering between disbelief and credulous entrapment." "Dr. Ross has encountered memories of SRA primarily among people who suffer from multiple personality disorder, and the principles of treatment he outlines here focus on such individuals. Treatment is described in terms of both general principles and specific techniques, with case examples. Ross's recommendation that the same interventions be used regardless of the percentage of memories that are historically accurate bridges the gap between clinicians who adopt a 'believer' stance and those who take a false-memory stance." "This is the most detailed and comprehensive account of SRA from a clinical perspective available to date. As reports of SRA continue to escalate, it will be a valuable resource for all practising therapists and psychiatrists."--Jacket
Sacred and secular politics: the Convent of Sant Pere de les Puel.les un Thirteenth-century Barcelona by Linda A McMillin( )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Hrotsvit of Gandersheim : contexts, identities, affinities, and performances
Alternative Names
McMillin, Linda A. 1959-

Languages
English (15)

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A new academic compact : revisioning the relationship between faculty and their institutions