The Brown Working Papers in the Arts and Sciences is a series of professional papers representing the breadth and depth of research in a liberal arts setting.
Haskell, Halford(American Journal of Archaeology, 1985-04)
Stirrup jars, containers for oil and wine, are found at
various sites throughout the Aegean from the time of
their invention on Crete in MM III. Although much attention has been directed toward later versions (some
with ...
Economic ties between Crete and Thebes based on personal dynastic relations have been hypothesized by a number of scholars. While most of the evidence has been derived from Linear B documents, we can now draw also upon ...
Meandering through the politics of Late Bronze Age Crete follows some interesting paths. One avenue branches from very strict scientific criteria with a determined objective mind set. A more productive wandering may come ...
Haskell, Halford W.(unpublished (except via academia.edu), 2015)
Transport stirrup jars, used for the movement of liquid commodities in bulk, lend themselves to interdisciplinary analytical approaches. An appreciation of early work, bleeding edge at the time, reminds us of how quickly ...
This paper focuses on homeopaths’ strategies to popularise homeopathy from 1850 to 1870. I argue that homeopaths created a space for homeopathy in Mexico City in the mid-nineteenth century by facilitating patients’ access ...
In May 1953, a group of Lyon’s political and social leaders hosted a series of Ramadan celebrations in honour of the region’s growing Muslim North African migrant population. While it seems strange that civil authorities ...
How can a single landscape, a shantytown on the
US–Mexico border, symbolize environmental devastation
for some and progress and ‘the good life’ for others? Our
analysis of this landscape and the people who are a part ...
In this article, I analyze the implementation and management of Crooked
Tree Wildlife Sanctuary in rural Creole (Afro-Caribbean) Belize as a pro-
cess of creolization. Encounters between different villagers, Belizean ...
Richards, Kendall C.(Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 1993)
Let f and g be functions analytic on the unit disk and let I*
denote the Bergman norm. Conditions are identified under which there exists an
absolute constant c, with 0 < c < 1, such that the relationship Ig(z)I < ...
Richards, Kendall C.(Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 1993)
Using a theorem of S. Bernstein [1] we prove a special case of the
following maximum principle for the Bergman space conjectured by B. Koren-
blum [3]: There exists a number S e (0, 1) such that if / and g are ...
Richards, Kendall C.(Journal of Approximation Theory, 1998)
Let {φk}n
k=0, n<m, be a family of polynomials orthogonal with respect to the
positive semi-definite bilinear form
(g, h)d := 1
m Xm
j=1
g(xj )h(xj ), xj := −1 + (2j − 1)/m.
These polynomials are known as Gram ...
Richards, Kendall C.(Siam Journal on Mathematical Analysis, 2000)
In this paper we verify a conjecture of M. Vuorinen that the Muir approxima-
tion is a lower approximation to the arc length of an ellipse. Vuorinen conjectured that f(x) =
2F1( 1
2 , − 1
2 ; 1; x) − [(1 + (1 − ...
Richards, Kendall C.(Siam Journal on Mathematical Analysis, 2001)
Conditions are determined under which 3F2 (−n, a, b; a + b + 2, ε − n + 1; 1) is a
monotone function of n satisfying ab· 3F2 (−n, a, b; a + b + 2, ε − n + 1; 1) ≥ ab· 2F1 (a, b; a + b + 2; 1) .
Motivated by a conjecture ...
Richards, Kendall C.(Computational Methods and Function Theory, 2001)
Recent efforts to obtain bounds for the complete elliptic integral
π
2 · 2F1
−1
2
,
1
2
; 1; r2
in terms of power means and other related means have precipitated the search
for similar bounds for the more ...