Who Is A Muslim?: Orientalism And Literary Populisms [Toc], 2021 Fordham University
Who Is A Muslim?: Orientalism And Literary Populisms [Toc], Maryam Wasif Khan
Who is a Muslim? Orientalism and Literary Populisms argues that modern Urdu literature, from its inception in colonial institutions such as Fort William College, Calcutta to its dominant forms in contemporary Pakistan—popular novels, short stories, television serials—is formed around a question that is and historically has been at the core of early modern and modern Western literatures. The question—who is a Muslim—is predominant in eighteenth-century literary and scholarly orientalist texts, the English oriental tale chief amongst them, but takes on new and dangerous meanings once it travels to the North-Indian colony, and later to Pakistan. A ...
"After All, Who Takes Care Of The Red Cross's Morale?": The Experiences Of American Red Cross Clubmobile Women During World War Ii, Paige Gulley
War and Society (MA) Theses
This thesis examines the experiences of the women who served in the American Red Cross Clubmobile Service in the European Theater of Operations during World War II. Their job required them to travel through England, France, and even Germany in converted buses and 2 ½ ton trucks, serving coffee, donuts, and a smile to soldiers just off the front lines. Though considered essential to maintaining soldiers’ morale, historians have virtually ignored these women’s experiences and role in the war. The inattention to their participation by the academic community parallels the disregard the women faced during the war. Clubmobile women ...
Women’S Impact On Cooking Culture During The Great Depression: Limited To Being A Homemaker, Unlimited In Their Authority On Nutrition In Their Communities, Michelle Molina
History Undergraduate Theses
This paper examines American cooking culture of the Great Depression, as the impact it had on everyday people’s diet was much greater than one may initially think. By analyzing interviews, photographs, and newspaper advertisements, and conducting archival research, I illuminate the public history of the Great Depression’s impact on diet and the roles women played during it. The existing scholarship on the Great Depression typically focuses on the relief efforts made to help people affected by this economic downturn, but this paper will focus more specifically on the cooking culture that involved women during this desperate time. Harsh ...
Honor To The Dead Of Dixie? Examining The Impetus And Enduring Devotion To The Confederate States Of America And The Emblems That Commemorate The Failed Experiment Of Governance In North America, 2020 Morehead State University
Honor To The Dead Of Dixie? Examining The Impetus And Enduring Devotion To The Confederate States Of America And The Emblems That Commemorate The Failed Experiment Of Governance In North America, Bruce Ray Greer
Morehead State Theses and Dissertations
A thesis presented to the faculty of the Caudill College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Morehead State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree Master of Arts by Bruce Ray Greer on December 13, 2020.
Aspects Of The Becker Brewing And Malting Company Of Ogden, Utah: A Study Of Labor, Prohibition, And Finance, 2020 Utah State University
Aspects Of The Becker Brewing And Malting Company Of Ogden, Utah: A Study Of Labor, Prohibition, And Finance, Jason Neil
All Graduate Plan B and other Reports
Embedded within the economic narrative of the nineteenth and twentieth century American West lays the rich, but frequently forgotten, history of brewing in Utah. While most businesses in Utah centered on agriculture, railroads, and mining, the breweries of Utah also played a significant role in the industrial and economic development of the region. One of the largest and most significant of these breweries was the Becker Brewing and Malting Company of Ogden, Utah. Founded in 1892, this company deeply affected the brewing industry until its dissolution in 1965. Many of the original records kept by the company still exist and ...
Introduction To The Dorrite Women Letter Collection, 2020 Providence College
Introduction To The Dorrite Women Letter Collection, Erik J. Chaput, Ph.D
In this introductory essay to the Dorrite Women Letter Collection, historian Erik Chaput outlines the significant role women played in the Dorr Rebellion. The openly partisan activism of Dorrite women highlights an understudied aspect of antebellum America. Much of the scholarship on women in the antebellum period focuses on abolitionism and connections to other Whig Party reform efforts. The vast majority of women associated with Thomas Dorr, however, were open supporters of the Democratic Party and were not connected with Rhode Island abolitionist societies. In the essay, Chaput highlights the activism of a key group of Dorrite women, including Ann ...
University Of Maine Foundation_Black Bears Care Fund Webpage, 2020 The University of Maine
University Of Maine Foundation_Black Bears Care Fund Webpage, University Of Maine Foundation
University of Maine Foundation
Screenshot of University of Maine Foundation webpage regarding the Black Bears Care Fund which was created by the University of Maine Foundation to help UMaine offset some of the unplanned expenses related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Counseling Center_Covid-19 Resources Webpage, 2020 The University of Maine
Counseling Center_Covid-19 Resources Webpage, University Of Maine Counseling Center
FAQ & Health Advisory
Screenshot of a University of Maine Counseling Center webpage with resources dedicated to healing and wellness through emotional and sociopolitical upheaval and information on suicide prevention efforts.
Maine Bound_Covid-19 Information, 2020 The University of Maine
Maine Bound_Covid-19 Information, University Of Maine Maine Bound
Screenshot of Maine Bound homepage with information regarding changes to operations during the 2020 Fall Semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alumni Association_Students Return To Campus With New Protocols In Place Webpage, 2020 The University of Maine
Alumni Association_Students Return To Campus With New Protocols In Place Webpage, University Of Maine Alumni Association
Screenshot of University of Maine Alumni Association webpage featuring information regarding the return to campus for the 2020 Fall Semester.
Campus Recreation_Facility Policies, 2020 The University of Maine
Campus Recreation_Facility Policies, Unversity Of Maine Campus Recreation
Screenshot of webpage with the University of Maine Campus Recreation's facility policies in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
University Of Maine Research_Umspacesafe Webpages, 2020 The University of Maine
University Of Maine Research_Umspacesafe Webpages, University Of Maine Research
Teaching, Learning & Research Documents
Screenshots of the University of Maine Research's UMSpaceSafe webpages. UMSpaceSafe was a tool to document research space use for the purpose of managing and mitigating hazards, including potential COVID-19 exposure. All UMaine/UMM personnel and students conducting institutionally associated research were required to use this tool when accessing and departing research associated spaces on and off-campus, including campus labs, research common areas, field sites, farms, and non-UMaine/UMM research centers.
Fogler Library_Fogler Library Reopening Webpage, 2020 The University of Maine
Fogler Library_Fogler Library Reopening Webpage, University Of Maine Raymond H. Fogler Library
Raymond H. Fogler Library
Screenshot of a Raymond H. Fogler Library webpage featuring guidance on the reopening of the Library for the 2020 Fall Semester.
Office Of Human Resources_Fall Semester Employee Resources Webpages, 2020 The University of Maine
Office Of Human Resources_Fall Semester Employee Resources Webpages, University Of Maine Office Of Human Resources
University of Maine Communications
Screenshot of the University of Maine Office of Human Resources Welcome to Fall Semester webpages with resources for University of Maine employees.
Email regarding the guide is included as supplementary content.
Mitchell Center_Safety Nets And Boostraps Talk Webpage, 2020 The University of Maine
Mitchell Center_Safety Nets And Boostraps Talk Webpage, University Of Maine Senator George J. Mitchell Center For Sustainability Solutions
Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions
Screenshot of webpage regarding a talk from the University of Maine Senator George J. Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions titled "Safety nets and bootstraps: Mainers and food security in the time of COVID-19".
Ums_Graduate & Professional Center_Understanding The Covid-19 Pandemic Course Webpage, 2020 The University of Maine
Ums_Graduate & Professional Center_Understanding The Covid-19 Pandemic Course Webpage, University Of Maine Graduate & Professional Center
Screenshot of University of Maine Graduate & Professional Center with information regarding a course of webinars the Center offered in collaboration with the University of Southern Maine's Muskie School of Public Service.
College Of Liberal Arts And Sciences_Reflections On Remote Learning Webpage, 2020 The University of Maine
College Of Liberal Arts And Sciences_Reflections On Remote Learning Webpage, University Of Maine College Of Liberal Arts And Sciences
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Screenshot of webpage featuring reflections from University of Maine College of Liberal Arts and Sciences faculty reflections on the remote learning.
Burying Mcculloch?, 2020 University of Wisconsin
Burying Mcculloch?, David S. Schwartz
Arkansas Law Review
Kurt Lash is a superb constitutional historian trapped inside the body of an originalist. He is one of the few originalists bold enough to acknowledge that McCulloch v. Maryland needs to be ejected from the (conservative) originalist canon of great constitutional cases. While he attributes to me an intention “not to praise the mythological McCulloch, but to bury it,” it is Lash who seeks to bury McCulloch, which he views as a fraudulent “story of our constitutional origins.”
Mcculloch V. Madison: John Marshall's Effort To Bury Madisonian Federalism, 2020 University of Richmond
Mcculloch V. Madison: John Marshall's Effort To Bury Madisonian Federalism, Kurt Lash
Arkansas Law Review
In his engaging and provocative new book, The Spirit of the Constitution: John Marshall and the 200-Year Odyssey of McCulloch v. Maryland, David S. Schwartz challenges McCulloch’s canonical status as a foundation stone in the building of American constitutional law. According to Schwartz, the fortunes of McCulloch ebbed and flowed depending on the politics of the day and the ideological commitments of Supreme Court justices. Judicial reliance on the case might disappear for a generation only to suddenly reappear in the next. If McCulloch v. Maryland enjoys pride of place in contemporary courses on constitutional law, Schwartz argues, then ...
What Is "Appropriate" Legislation?: Mcculloch V. Maryland And The Redundancy Of The Reconstruction Amendments, 2020 University of Southern California
What Is "Appropriate" Legislation?: Mcculloch V. Maryland And The Redundancy Of The Reconstruction Amendments, Franita Tolson
Arkansas Law Review
I am thankful for the opportunity to review Professor David Schwartz’s really thoughtful and incisive critique of McCulloch v. Maryland. The book is a creative and masterful reinterpretation of a decision that I thought I knew well, but I learned a lot of new and interesting facts about McCulloch and the (sometimes frosty) reception that the decision has received over the course of the last two centuries. Professor Schwartz persuasively argues that modern views of McCulloch as a straightforward nationalist decision that has always had a storied place in the American constitutional tradition are flat-out wrong. The Spirit of ...