Link to What's New ThisWeek Guelph icons for emoting in our academic discourse. </head> <body background="dots20.jpg" bgcolor="fffff0" text="0000a0" link="006400" vlink="006400"> <b> <p><a href="siteindxaj.htm"><img align="left" src="blueangel.gif" border="0" alt="Dear Habermas Logo and Link to Site Index"></a> <b><font size="+1">A Justice Site</font> <p><hr size="3" width="17%" align="left"> <hr size="3" width="17%" align="left"> <font size="+3"><i>Guelphs</i></font> <p><font color="0000ff" size="+1">Mirror Sites:</font><br> <a href=""><font color="0000ff" size="+1">CSUDH</font></a> - <a href=""><font color="0000ff" size="+1">Habermas</font></a> - <a href=""><font color="0000ff" size="+1">UWP</font></a> - <a href="jcls.htm"><font color="0000ff" size="+1">Archives</font></a><br> <a href="jcls2501.htm#lectures"><font color="#8000ff" size="4">Lectures</font></a> - <a href=""><font color="#008000" size="4">Home Page for transform-dom</font></a> <p><center><a href="whowho01.htm#michaelpl"><font color="#0000a0" size=5><img src="michael305.gif" border=5 height=300 width=350 alt="Michael Planck"</font></a> <p><a href="whowho01.htm#michaelpl">Michael Planck</a>, who inspired the Guelphs.</center> <p align="right"><font size="-1"> California State University, Dominguez Hills<br> University of Wisconsin, Parkside<br> Created: January 4, 2001<br> Latest update: September 5, 2005<br> <a href=""><img src="email1.gif" border=0 alt="E-Mail Icon"></a> <a href=""><font size="+1"></font></a><br> <a href=""><font size="+1"></font></a><br> <p><center> <a href="topics.htm"><img src="tchessay01.gif" border=0 alt="Index of Topics on Site"></a> <font size=6><i>OK, I give up. WHAT are Guelphs???</i></font></center> <blockquote> <font size=+1> <p>Well, I guess they started back with our <a href="whowho01.htm">Who's Who in Academic Discourse</a> page, a few years ago. <p>Guelphs were meant to give you some color and shape, and to lend authenticity to feelings in academic work. To "guelph" is to stop and explore the feeling and have fun just with the feeling. No test to take. No guilt. No stress. Just fun. Enjoy. I've tried to give you both the original drawing and the finished. Feel free to play with them until they become your own. Then we'll call them signature guelphs. jeanne January 9, 2001. Guelphs are mutuality spirits, designed to help us see the cup as half full, hope as an alternative, forgiveness as normative, and respect for each other as a given. jeanne <p><font color="0000a0" size=5>Guelph Historiography</font> <p><a href="">Encyclopedia Britannica article on Guelphs</a> <blockquote> The Encyclopedia Britannica offers 57 mentions of Guelfs or Guelphs. Results 1-10 of 57. For example: <p>"Guelf and Ghibelline<br> Guelf also spelled Guelph, members of two opposing factions in German and Italian politics during the Middle Ages. The split between the Guelfs, who were sympathetic to the papacy, and the Ghibellines, who were sympathetic to the German (Holy Roman) emperors, contributed to chronic strife within the cities of northern Italy in the 13th and 14th centuries. <p>"Guelf was derived from Welf, the name of the… <p>"Welf Dynasty dynasty of German nobles and rulers who were the chief rivals of the Hohenstaufens in Italy and central Europe in the Middle Ages and who later included the Hanoverian Welfs, who, with the accession ... <p>"Ghibelline in medieval Italy, member of the pro-imperial party, opponents of the pro-papal Guelfs. See Guelf and Ghibelline. <p>"Campaldino, Battle of (June 11, 1289), in Italian history, a battle between Florence and Arezzo, an episode in the struggles among rival Tuscan towns and in the contest between the Guelfs and Ghibellines (pro-papal and ..." <p> (Guelf and Ghibelline. (2005). Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved September 4, 2005, from Encyclopædia Britannica Premium Service </blockquote> <p>Our library probably has the Encyclopedia online. Search further if you are intrigued by it. I just came up with the, having remembered it from somewhere in my childhood. jeanne <p><font color="#0000a0" size="5">More Guelph Lore on Dear Habermas:</font> <p><li><a href="guelphs01.htm">Identity Crisis: the World Is Making Me Crazy</a> <p><li><a href="guelphs02.htm">Guelph Icons: Visualizing Together</a> <p><li><a href="guelphs03.htm">Structural Violence Got Me!</a> </blockquote> <p><hr size="3" width="50%"> <hr size="3" width="50%"> <p><center><!-- Creative Commons License --> <a rel="license" href=""><img alt="Creative Commons License" border="0" src="" /></a><br /> This work is licensed under a <a rel="license" href="">Creative Commons License</a>.<br> Individual copyrights by other authors may apply.</center> <!-- /Creative Commons License --> <p><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote> <!-- <rdf:RDF xmlns="" xmlns:dc="" xmlns:rdf=""> <Work rdf:about=""> <dc:title><center><i>Dear Habermas:<br></i></dc:title> <dc:description><font size="-1">Teaching web site with original text and imagery.</font><br> </dc:description> <dc:creator><Agent> <dc:title><font size="-1">Jeanne Curran</font></dc:title> </Agent></dc:creator> <dc:rights><Agent> <dc:title><font size="-1">and Susan R. 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