The Oxford Illustrated History of Theater Book Review
The Oxford Illustrated History of Theater was a fascinating tale of the history of the world of theater. Spanning from the dawn of theater in greek society, to how theater changed in a modern age, the book leaves off in the early 2000s, saying what theater has become. Having a plethora of historians contribute to the book created a wide view point on the history of the theater, it’s creation, and it’s growth. Although occasionally biased the book does a good job of showing theater arts history. Main author and editor, historian John Russell Brown, brilliantly tied together the stories of the history of theater, providing a portal to the stages of our ancestors.
Randall Sundrum Model Analysis
Raman Sundrum, an Indian-American theoretical particle physicist, started his formal education at the University of Sydney in Australia before moving on to receive his Ph.D. from Yale, where he graduated in 1990, nine years before the creation of the Randall Sundrum model. Lisa Randall was born in Queens, New York and studied at Harvard University before going on to be the first tenured woman in the Princeton physics department. Today she works at Harvard.