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    • Žižek and the Real Hegel 

      Gunkel, David J. (International Journal of Žižek Studies, 2008)
      Žižek's reading of Hegel is, as he and many of his readers explicitly recognize, distinctly unorthodox. Efforts to appraise these readings often make reference to and mobilize the "real Hegel," a recognized standard and ...
    • ʻH 'Anáctacic [The Anastasis] : a study of the iconographical development of the Anastasis in monumental mosaic and fresco decoration during the Macedonian, Commenian, and Palaeologian dynasties 

      Barnard, Kathleen M. (Northern Illinois University, 1982)
      The Anastasis, a theological triptych, is the Eastern Orthodox symbol for the Resurrection of Christ and the resultant restoration of eternal life to Humankind. The iconography itself is extracted from the New Testament ...
    • β₂ microglobulin stimulation of mononuclear leukocytes 

      Genis, Carol A. (Northern Illinois University, 1984)
      Chemotaxis is a phenomenon in which cells move in the direction of a chemical gradient. Both neutrophils and macrophages exhibit chemotactic behavior in response to molecules released during inflammation. Activated lymphocytes ...
    • Untitled 

      Reardon, Tom (Northern Illinois University, 2003)
      Discusses the use of androgenic-anabolic steroids (AAS): how they work, what they do, who takes them, why people take them, their advantages, their disadvantages, and side effects. Documents a number of studies done with ...