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Alianzas Estratégicas, Guillermo Arosemena 2015

Alianzas Estratégicas, Guillermo Arosemena

Guillermo Arosemena

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Review Of Noel Maurer, The Empire Trap: The Rise And Fall Of U.S. Intervention To Protect American Property Overseas, 1893-2013, Jeffrey J. Malanson 2015 Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne

Review Of Noel Maurer, The Empire Trap: The Rise And Fall Of U.S. Intervention To Protect American Property Overseas, 1893-2013, Jeffrey J. Malanson

History Faculty Publications

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What Aspects Of A Religion Influence Its Information Landscape?, Timothy Gorichanaz 2015 Drexel University

What Aspects Of A Religion Influence Its Information Landscape?, Timothy Gorichanaz

Annual Conference on Information and Religion

Abstract: Advances in technology allow for new modes of access to both secular and religious information. Historically, some religious groups seem to have been eager to acknowledge technological developments, while others have done so reluctantly. Nevertheless, the sustainability of a religious tradition depends on the ability of its practitioners to continually access information in an evolving world. Modern technology has occasioned such innovations as online religious communities and the wide availability of sacred texts and exegeses, to the extent that a person can practice a religion using entirely online tools—without ever setting foot in a physical place of worship ...


A Failed Dream: Literacy Education In The Global South, Allison Haley Gose 2015 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

A Failed Dream: Literacy Education In The Global South, Allison Haley Gose

University of Tennessee Honors Thesis Projects

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Bridging The Gap Between Aristotle's Science And Ethics, Devin Henry, Karen M. Nielsen 2015 The University of Western Ontario

Bridging The Gap Between Aristotle's Science And Ethics, Devin Henry, Karen M. Nielsen

Devin Henry

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A Business Trust For Partnerships? Early Conceptions Of Company-Related Assets In Legal Literature, And Antwerp Forensic And Commercial Practice (Later Sixteenth-Early Seventeenth Century), Dave De ruysscher 2015 Vrije Universiteit Brussel

A Business Trust For Partnerships? Early Conceptions Of Company-Related Assets In Legal Literature, And Antwerp Forensic And Commercial Practice (Later Sixteenth-Early Seventeenth Century), Dave De Ruysscher

Dave De ruysscher

The Antwerp example demonstrates that in the early modern period entity shielding for partnerships existed in some form by law, and that it was devised in doctrine and the practice of courts rather than in legislation. The affectation of assets for the business venture that did not entail limited liability nonetheless allowed for some separation of personal from partnership-related assets. This innovation, which was devised in doctrine in the early 1600s, was important in a mercantile context in which partnerships with open goals and with active partners or directors engaged in diverse business activities. Yet, according to an older rule ...


Researching Long Island History During The Ceta Program: How I Became An Archivist, Burt Altman 2015 Florida State University

Researching Long Island History During The Ceta Program: How I Became An Archivist, Burt Altman

Library Faculty Publications

Introduction by John A. Strong Professor Emeritus, Long Island University:

About twenty years ago when I was working with Gaynell Stone on the Suffolk County Archaeological Association series on Long Island Indians she sent me to the Nassau County Parks facility at Sands Point to look at a collection of bibliographic cards that were stored there. Dan Kaplan, a park staff member, ushered me to a big empty library area, seated me at a long table, and brought me several long rectangular boxes filled with hundreds of three by five index cards with writing on both sides. I was amazed ...


Appalink, Appalachian Studies Association 2015 Marshall University

Appalink, Appalachian Studies Association

Appalink

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Interview With Gina Price White, Gina Price White 2015 Winthrop University

Interview With Gina Price White, Gina Price White

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In her March 2, 2015 interview with Amber Kelley, Gina Price White shares her opinions on Winthrop’s move from Columbia to Rock Hill. White explains how Winthrop ended up in Rock Hill and clears up misconceptions of Benjamin Tillman’s role in Winthrop’s move. Included is information on what records would be most useful for research on this topic. This interview was conducted for inclusion into the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections Oral History Program.


The Folklore Of Herbs (For The Society For Lifelong Learning), Lisa Karen Miller 2015 Western Kentucky University Libraries

The Folklore Of Herbs (For The Society For Lifelong Learning), Lisa Karen Miller

DLPS Faculty Publications

Take a walk through the herb gardens of history and find out what our ancestors knew (and thought they knew) about herbs and their uses for medicine, beauty, and even love. The presentation compares ancient beliefs to current scientific evidence and reveals the places where they intersect.


Session B-3: Modern Germany: Social Responsibility & Environmental Sustainability, Rachel Sykora 2015 Plainfield North High School

Session B-3: Modern Germany: Social Responsibility & Environmental Sustainability, Rachel Sykora

Professional Learning Day

This session will present the political, social, and economic philosophies that have allowed modern Germany to emerge as a global leader in environmental sustainability. This subject raises numerous ethical questions with real-world applications that are of high interest to students in history, global studies, and human geography classrooms. Topics of discussion include the Deutsche Bank model of corporate responsibility, “green growth” economic initiatives, and the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP). Participants will leave with practical classroom activities utilizing thought-based inquiry, primary source documents, and case study examples that help inspire classroom conversations beyond the traditional context of the Holocaust and World ...


Session A-1: Interpreting Cold War Origins: Past, Present, Future, Lee Eysturlid 2015 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

Session A-1: Interpreting Cold War Origins: Past, Present, Future, Lee Eysturlid

Professional Learning Day

This session will enable attendees to teach the origins of the Cold War for the United States (and world) along with the evolution of American opinion on the topic. This fragmentation of historical opinion (left, right, center) will help attendees see the many possibilities of the topic. Teachers will leave ready to teach the topic.


Harrell, Robert (Lg 167), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2015 Western Kentucky University

Harrell, Robert (Lg 167), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Land Grant 167. Original land grant, 11 June 1797, by which James Garrard, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, granted to Robert Harrell 200 acres in Logan County, Kentucky.


Mobberly, Charles, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2015 Western Kentucky University

Mobberly, Charles, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Land Grant 166. Original land grant, 20 December 1831, by which Thomas Metcalfe, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, granted to Charles Mobberly 200 acres in Warren County, Kentucky.


Mitchell, Moses (Lg 165), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2015 Western Kentucky University

Mitchell, Moses (Lg 165), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

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Finding aid only for Manuscripts Land Grant 165. Original land grant, 4 June 1829, by which Thomas Metcalfe, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, granted to Moses Mitchell 25 acres in Warren County, Kentucky.


Walker, John (Lg 164), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2015 Western Kentucky University

Walker, John (Lg 164), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

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Finding aid only for Manuscripts Land Grant 164. Copy of a land grant, 15 December 1820, by which John Adair, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, granted to the heirs and representatives of John Walker 1000 acres in Jefferson County, Kentucky. (surveyed Dec. 7, 1783).


Walker, John (Lg 163), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2015 Western Kentucky University

Walker, John (Lg 163), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

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Finding aid only for Manuscripts Land Grant 163. Copy of a land grant, 1820, December 15, by which John Adair, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, granted to the heirs and representatives of John Walker 1000 acres in Jefferson County, Kentucky. (surveyed Dec. 10, 1783).


Lain, Joseph (Lg 162), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2015 Western Kentucky University

Lain, Joseph (Lg 162), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

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Finding aid only for Manuscripts Land Grant 162. Original land grant, 6 May 1821, by which John Adair, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, granted to Joseph Lain 50 acres in Green County, Kentucky.


Lucas, Samuel (Lg 161), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2015 Western Kentucky University

Lucas, Samuel (Lg 161), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Land Grant 161. Original land grant, 14 December 1804, by which Christopher Greenup, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, granted to Samuel Lucas 200 acres on Little Muddy Creek, Kentucky.


Parker, Alexander (Lg 159), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2015 Western Kentucky University

Parker, Alexander (Lg 159), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Land Grant 159. Copy of a land grant, 23 June 1808, by which Christopher Greenup, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, granted to Alexander Parker 1500 acres on Big Barren River, Kentucky.


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