"Millennial" Show Notes and Credits
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Sources used in this video:
Bede, De temporum ratione
Eva M. Thury & Margaret K. Devinney, Introduction to Mythology: Contemporary Approaches to Classical and World Myths (OUP)
Adam Frank, About Time (Free Press, 2011)
Dan Falk, In Search of Time (Emblem, 2008)
Stephen Jay Gould, Questioning the Millennium (Harmony, 1997)
Andy Orchard, Cassell’s Dictionary of Norse Myth & Legend (Cassell, 1997)
Rudolf Simek, Dictionary of Northern Mythology (D.S. Brewer, 1993)
Winston Black, The Middle Ages: Facts and Fictions (ABC-CLIO, 2019)
William Strauss & Neil Howe, Generations: The History of America’s Future, 1584 to 2069 (Harper Perennial, 1991)
Neil Howe & William Strauss, Millennials Rising: The Next Great Generation (Vintage, 2000)
Edward Sapir, Language (Hart-Davis, 1921)
Edward Sapir, Time Perspective in Aboriginal American Culture, a Study in Method (Government Printing Bureau, 1926)
Edward Sapir, Culture, Language and Personality (U of California P, 1957)
Benjamin Lee Whorf, Language, Thought & Reality (MIT Press, 1956)
Steven Pinker, The Language Instinct (1994)
Michael Friedman, A History of Folding in Mathematics: Mathematizing the Margins (Birkhäuser, 2018)
H. Hirschfeld, “Remarks on the Etymology of Šabbāth”, The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1896): 353-359.
Theophile James Meek, “The Sabbath in the Old Testament: (Its Origin and Development)”, Journal of Biblical Literature 33.3 (1914): 201-212.
Robert North “The Derivation of Sabbath”, Biblica 36.2 (1955): 182-201.
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