441 Works

Mikha'il Khayr from Beit Sahour discussing the Ottoman period and World War I

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour, Bea Brown & Jacob Norris
Mikha'il Khayr (from Beit Sahour) interviewed by Manar al-Sous.
He describes the following: people who ran away from Ottoman military conscription during World War I; spread of diseases during World War I; story of an employee whose job was to collect locusts and burn them; poverty and starvation during World War I.
Original audio: cassette tape. Transcript: summary. In the original collection at Bethlehem University this cassette tape was categorised as File 23 of Box...

Street scene of camels in Bethlehem, c.19/06/1911

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour, Natalia Garcia & Jacob Norris
This is a digital reproduction of an image held in the Library of Congress.

The image depicts a street scene in Bethlehem, showing two camels. Camels were a fundamental mode of transport in Bethlehem. The photograph is also designed to conjure biblical associations with the Three Wise Men. The image is a cropped version of the original.
This image exists as part of the Bethlehem People and Places collection within the Library of Congress project of...

Dataset for paper "Anticipating causes and consequences" currently under review - Experiment 2 Late Effect Data with Differences

Alan Garnham
csv file for import into R as data frame
for the analysis:
Dependent Variable - dplooks - difference in proportion of looks to NP1 and NP2 pictures (averaged across 6720-10000ms from the beginning of the display of the picture)
Independent Variables
Vbias - Causal bias of the verb (note that consequentiality bias is to the other NP)Conj - "because" or "and so"
Sources of random effects
Part - participantsItem - items
DV is numerical, other variables are factors
The file includes other variables

Dataset for paper "Anticipating causes and consequences" currently under review - Experiment 2 Late Effect Data with Differences

Alan Garnham
csv file for import into R as data frame
for the analysis:
Dependent Variable - dplooks - difference in proportion of looks to NP1 and NP2 pictures (averaged across 6720-10000ms from the beginning of the display of the picture)
Independent Variables
Vbias - Causal bias of the verb (note that consequentiality bias is to the other NP)Conj - "because" or "and so"
Sources of random effects
Part - participantsItem - items
DV is numerical, other variables are factors
The file includes other variables

Dataset for paper "Anticipating causes and consequences" currently under review - Experiment 2 Early Data with Differences

Alan Garnham
csv file for import into R as data frame
for the analysis:
Dependent Variable - dplooks - difference in proportion of looks to NP1 and NP2 pictures (averaged across 200-1100ms from the beginning of the conjunction, "because" or "and so")
Independent Variables
Vbias - Causal bias of the verb (note that consequentiality bias is to the other NP)Conj - "because" or "and so"
Sources of random effects
Part - participantsItem - items
DV is numerical, other variables are factors
The file includes other...

Dataset for paper "Anticipating causes and consequences" currently under review - Experiment 2 Early Data with Differences

Alan Garnham
csv file for import into R as data frame
for the analysis:
Dependent Variable - dplooks - difference in proportion of looks to NP1 and NP2 pictures (averaged across 200-1100ms from the beginning of the conjunction, "because" or "and so")
Independent Variables
Vbias - Causal bias of the verb (note that consequentiality bias is to the other NP)Conj - "because" or "and so"
Sources of random effects
Part - participantsItem - items
DV is numerical, other variables are factors
The file includes other...

Dataset for paper "Anticipating causes and consequences" currently under review - Experiment 2 Very Early Data with Differences

Alan Garnham
csv file for import into R as data frame
for the analysis:
Dependent Variable - dplooks - difference in proportion of looks to NP1 and NP2 pictures (averaged across 200-1400ms from the beginning of the padding phrase)
Independent Variables
Vbias - Causal bias of the verb (note that consequentiality bias is to the other NP)Conj - "because" or "and so"
Sources of random effects
Part - participantsItem - items
DV is numerical, other variables are factors
The file includes other variables

Dataset for paper "Anticipating causes and consequences" currently under review - Experiment 2 Very Early Data with Differences

Alan Garnham
csv file for import into R as data frame
for the analysis:
Dependent Variable - dplooks - difference in proportion of looks to NP1 and NP2 pictures (averaged across 200-1400ms from the beginning of the padding phrase)
Independent Variables
Vbias - Causal bias of the verb (note that consequentiality bias is to the other NP)Conj - "because" or "and so"
Sources of random effects
Part - participantsItem - items
DV is numerical, other variables are factors
The file includes other variables

Dataset for paper "Anticipating causes and consequences" currently under review - Experiment 1 Late Effect Data with Differences

Alan Garnham
csv file for import into R as data frame
for the analysis:

Dependent Variable - dplooks - difference in proportion of looks to NP1 and NP2 pictures (averaged across 6720ms into display until the end of the display - 10sec after initial presentation)
Independent Variable
VBias - causal bias of verb (note that consequentiality bias is to the other NP)

Sources of random effects
Part - participantsItem - items
IV is numerical, other variables are factors
Other variables are included in the file.

Dataset for paper "Anticipating causes and consequences" currently under review - Experiment 1 Late Effect Data with Differences

Alan Garnham
csv file for import into R as data frame
for the analysis:

Dependent Variable - dplooks - difference in proportion of looks to NP1 and NP2 pictures (averaged across 6720ms into display until the end of the display - 10sec after initial presentation)
Independent Variable
VBias - causal bias of verb (note that consequentiality bias is to the other NP)

Sources of random effects
Part - participantsItem - items
IV is numerical, other variables are factors
Other variables are included in the file.

Dataset for paper "Anticipating causes and consequences" currently under review - Experiment 1 Early Effect Data with Differences

Alan Garnham
csv file for import into R as data frame
for the analysis:

Dependent Variable - dplooks - difference in proportion of looks to NP1 and NP2 pictures (averaged across 200 - 1200ms from the beginning of the conjunction "and so")
Independent Variable
VBias - causal bias of verb (note that consequentiality bias is to the other NP)

Sources of random effects
Part - participantsItem - items
IV is numerical, other variables are factors
Other variables are included in the file.

Dataset for paper "Anticipating causes and consequences" currently under review - Experiment 1 Early Effect Data with Differences

Alan Garnham
csv file for import into R as data frame
for the analysis:

Dependent Variable - dplooks - difference in proportion of looks to NP1 and NP2 pictures (averaged across 200 - 1200ms from the beginning of the conjunction "and so")
Independent Variable
VBias - causal bias of verb (note that consequentiality bias is to the other NP)

Sources of random effects
Part - participantsItem - items
IV is numerical, other variables are factors
Other variables are included in the file.

Dataset for paper "Anticipating causes and consequences" currently under review - Experiment 1 Very Early Effect Data with Differences

Alan Garnham
csv file for import into R as data frame
for the analysis:

Dependent Variable - dplooks - difference in proportion of looks to NP1 and NP2 pictures (averaged across 200 - 1500ms after beginning of the padding phrase in the first clause)
Independent Variable
VBias - causal bias of verb (note that consequentiality bias is to the other NP)

Sources of random effects
Part - participantsItem - items
IV is numerical, other variables are factors
Other variables are included in the file.

Dataset for paper "Anticipating causes and consequences" currently under review - Experiment 1 Very Early Effect Data with Differences

Alan Garnham
csv file for import into R as data frame
for the analysis:

Dependent Variable - dplooks - difference in proportion of looks to NP1 and NP2 pictures (averaged across 200 - 1500ms after beginning of the padding phrase in the first clause)
Independent Variable
VBias - causal bias of verb (note that consequentiality bias is to the other NP)

Sources of random effects
Part - participantsItem - items
IV is numerical, other variables are factors
Other variables are included in the file.

Jose, Afif, Demetrio and Emilio Kabande, 1914

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour, Holly Stepp & Jacob Norris
This image is a digital reproduction of a series of sepia photographs donated by Kathy Sa'ade Kenny.

The photograph features portraits of four of the Kabande brothers – Jose (top left) Afif (bottom right), Demetrio (top right) and Emilio (bottom left). Emilio Kabande was married to Katrina Sa’ade from 1914-1916 when he died in a train crash.

This image exists as part of the Kabande Family collection within the Katrina Sa'ade project of the Planet...

Hanna Abdallah Giacaman from Bethlehem, aged 82, discussing the Ottoman period and World War I

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour, Bea Brown & Jacob Norris
Hanna Abdallah Giacaman (82 years old, born 1922 from Bethlehem) interviewed by Saba al-Khoury on 26 June 2004.
He discusses the following: World War I and Ottoman rule in Bethlehem; Ottomans never opened schools, only churches provided schooling and the Ottomans would prohibit Muslims from joining them; the Ottomans levied taxes but did not use them to support local infrastructure – all the money went to Istanbul; Muslims were drafted into the army, Christians had...

Saba Qustandi from Bethlehem, aged 85 discussing the Ottoman period and World War I

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour, Bea Brown & Jacob Norris
Saba Qustandi (85 years old, from Bethlehem) interviewed by Moreen Matar.
She discusses the following: poverty of the people during World War I; uprising against the British in 1936; Nakba of 1948; Naksa of 1967; Jewish settlements around Bethlehem and Beit Jala.
Original audio: cassette tape. Transcript: summary. In the original collection at Bethlehem University this cassette tape was categorised as File 19 of Box 5.
This fileset exists as part of the Ottoman Empire...

Christmas Bells, Bethlehem, Palestine, c.1920-1933

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour & Jacob Norris
This is a digital reproduction of an image held at the Library of Congress.
The photograph depicts Bethlehem's Christmas bells which are are housed in a Greek belfry. In the distance, the viewer can see a view of Bethlehem. This is a cropped version of the original image from the Library of Congress.
This image exists as part of the Nativity Church collection within the Library of Congress project of the Planet Bethlehem Archive.

Christmas Bells, Bethlehem, Palestine, c.1920-1933

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour & Jacob Norris
This is a digital reproduction of an image held at the Library of Congress.
The photograph depicts Bethlehem's Christmas bells which are are housed in a Greek belfry. In the distance, the viewer can see a view of Bethlehem. This is a cropped version of the original image from the Library of Congress.
This image exists as part of the Nativity Church collection within the Library of Congress project of the Planet Bethlehem Archive.

People and donkeys outside the Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem, Palestine, c.1934-1939

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour & Jacob Norris
This is a digital reproduction of an image held at the Library of Congress.
The photograph shows people and donkeys by the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem. The church is located on the spot believed to be the birthplace of Jesus Christ. It is one of the most sacred religious sites in the world. The people in the photograph are dressed in traditional attire such as the head cloth and head rope worn by the...

People and donkeys outside the Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem, Palestine, c.1934-1939

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour & Jacob Norris
This is a digital reproduction of an image held at the Library of Congress.
The photograph shows people and donkeys by the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem. The church is located on the spot believed to be the birthplace of Jesus Christ. It is one of the most sacred religious sites in the world. The people in the photograph are dressed in traditional attire such as the head cloth and head rope worn by the...

Bethlehem view from a belfry, Palestine, c.1920-1933

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour & Jacob Norris
This is a digital reproduction of an image held at the Library of Congress.
This photograph shows a view of Bethlehem from a belfry, displaying the Church of the Nativity and Herodium. Herodium is a cone-shaped hill in the West Bank where Herod the Great built a palace fortress and is believed to have been buried. This image is a cropped version of the original held at the Library of Congress.
This image exists as...

Bethlehem view from a belfry, Palestine, c.1920-1933

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour & Jacob Norris
This is a digital reproduction of an image held at the Library of Congress.
This photograph shows a view of Bethlehem from a belfry, displaying the Church of the Nativity and Herodium. Herodium is a cone-shaped hill in the West Bank where Herod the Great built a palace fortress and is believed to have been buried. This image is a cropped version of the original held at the Library of Congress.
This image exists as...

Men at the entrance to the Church of the Nativity, c.1900-1920

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour & Jacob Norris
This is a digital reproduction of an image held at the Library of Congress.
This photograph shows a group of men standing at the entrance to the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem dressed in traditional attire. All the men in the image wear the tarbush, a close-fitting, flat-topped, brimless hat shaped like a truncated cone made of felt and a silk tassel that was popular during the Ottoman period. This is a cropped version...

Men at the entrance to the Church of the Nativity, c.1900-1920

Freja Howat-Maxted, Leila Sansour & Jacob Norris
This is a digital reproduction of an image held at the Library of Congress.
This photograph shows a group of men standing at the entrance to the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem dressed in traditional attire. All the men in the image wear the tarbush, a close-fitting, flat-topped, brimless hat shaped like a truncated cone made of felt and a silk tassel that was popular during the Ottoman period. This is a cropped version...

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