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Re: Limping Heroes (1)

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Robert Portlock <[log in to unmask]>

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Women and Gender in the Ancient World <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 3 Sep 1999 22:20:50 -0600

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Well, how interesting, Sheryl.  Could you share more?

Do you remember the professor's name?  Do you recall what heroic
qualities the professor associated with Tamerlane, and which objections
were brought up by the audience?   The idea of Tamerlane as a "Traveler"
is VERY interesting?  Do you know of any documentation on this??

Thanks,

Bob


>>> Little Oak School <[log in to unmask]> 09/03/99 09:45PM >>>
About Tamerlane and the Uzbekistan viewpoint.  At the UC Berkeley
ORIAS
Summer Teacher's Institute, Tamerlane was used as an example of a
"traveler".  A delightful older professor from Uzbekistan lectured on
him
and his region.  Tamerlane was the professor's hero.  He stated that
to
people in his country, Tamerlane is a hero.  That was hard for  a
number of
the folks in the audience to comprehend.  In a less affable fellow,
this
particular "hero worship" would have brought out the worst in the
audience.
 As it was, the professor was so grandfatherly that people just
glossed
over his interesting  affinity.  Sheryl

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