comparative literature   (比較文学)

D. degrees in comparative literature from Princeton University.

in comparative literature from Columbia University, New York in 1917.

degree in classics and comparative literature at Brooklyn College in 1963.

comparative study   (比較研究)

1702, 4to), destined to facilitate the comparative study of Oriental languages.

A comparative study found that inducing three sputum samples is more sensitive than three gastric washings.

After having made a comparative study of the major religions, he became a convinced Buddhist at the age of 18.

comparative anatomy   (比較解剖学)

He was appointed professor of comparative anatomy in Uppsala in 1910.

Bjerring has also discussed a number of classical problems in comparative anatomy.

Medical museums provided examples in comparative anatomy, and were often used in teaching.

comparative religion   (比較宗教)

Abe contributed to and led many conferences on comparative religion, Buddhism, and related subjects.

Just the thing for the literate fantasy lover and the student of comparative religion and mythology alike."

Becher has studied comparative religion, archeology and history and is on the speakers list of the Israeli Consulate in New York.

comparative analysis   (比較解析)

Motiongrams allow for quick navigation in video material and for comparative analysis of motion qualities.

Through comparative analysis, two alleles that could be responsible for the whale's longevity were identified.

Additionally gene trees, generated by comparative analysis of DNA segments, do not always fit the species tree.

comparative studies

He is known for comparative studies in evolutionary biology.

The site is important for comparative studies of the Rhaetic.

His methods include both social history and comparative studies.

comparative advantage

Most often this decision is weighed by comparative advantage.

In these cases, one cannot define which country has comparative advantage.

The term "comparative advantage" was started by J. S. Mill and his contemporaries.

comparative law

Montesquieu is generally regarded as an early founding figure of comparative law.

This work placed comparative law in its historical context and was widely read and influential.

Since 1877 he had been professor of comparative law at the free school of the political sciences.

comparative method

The comparative method was developed over the 19th century.

But, adds Daube, this application of the comparative method is not enough.

Both the tree-based and the wave-based representations are compatible with the comparative method.

comparative linguistics   (比較言語学)

From 1885 to 1902, he was a professor of Indology and comparative linguistics at the University of Halle.

At Breslau he was an instructor of Arabic and Persian, later giving classes on Sanskrit and comparative linguistics.

She then entered a postgraduate programme in general and comparative linguistics, and began to work as an interpreter.