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The First Jesuits And The First Jesuit Universities, Paul Grendler 2022 University of Toronto

The First Jesuits And The First Jesuit Universities, Paul Grendler

Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal

John W. O’Malley S. J. in The First Jesuits described well the basic principles of the Jesuit educational ministry that shapeed Jesuit schools and universities. He did not discuss what constituted a Jesuit university because that was not the purpose of the book. After assessing the major contributions that O’Malley made to define the principles of Jesuit education, this article will pick up where O’Malley left off by describing the first Jesuit universities. There was not a single model of a Jesuit university. Instead, the Jesuits taught in four kinds of universities: the all-Jesuit university, the civic-Jesuit ...


John O’Malley And Jesuit Education: A Journey Into Humanism, Cristiano Casalini, Alessandro Corsi 2022 Boston College

John O’Malley And Jesuit Education: A Journey Into Humanism, Cristiano Casalini, Alessandro Corsi

Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal

This article reflects upon the impact of the work of John W. O’Malley, S.J. (1927–2022), on the field of the history of Jesuit education. In The First Jesuits (1993), O’Malley provided an innovative approach to the subject that refuted some long-standing preconceptions about the way Jesuit schools and universities had originally developed. The approach that he took to to the topic throughout the 1990s and 2000s allowed him to identify two intertwined educational traditions at the heart of the Jesuit pedagogical model: the humanistic tradition of the Renaissance period, based on the Isocratic concept of pietas ...


“Learning Is Doing:” A Scholar’S Impact On The Arts, Anthony R. DelDonna 2022 Georgetown University

“Learning Is Doing:” A Scholar’S Impact On The Arts, Anthony R. Deldonna

Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal

No abstract provided.


The Grizzly, December 1, 2022, Layla Halterman, Sean McGinley, Liam Reilly, Jenna Smith, Ava Compagnoni, Marie Sykes, Jack Hauler, Michael Delaney, Sabrina McGettigan, Heidi Jensen, Rachel Brown, Simra Mariam, Erin Corcoran, Kate Horan, Isabella Villegas 2022 Ursinus College

The Grizzly, December 1, 2022, Layla Halterman, Sean Mcginley, Liam Reilly, Jenna Smith, Ava Compagnoni, Marie Sykes, Jack Hauler, Michael Delaney, Sabrina Mcgettigan, Heidi Jensen, Rachel Brown, Simra Mariam, Erin Corcoran, Kate Horan, Isabella Villegas

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

1000th Edition: A Brief Look at Past Eras of The Grizzly • How Important Are Our Archives? • Comments From Grizzly Alumni • Long-Running Professors • Grizzlies of Years Past • Opinions: Silly but Necessary - The Ranking of Stalls in the Myrin Women's Bathroom • Check Out This Sports Column From the 90s Grizzly! • Congrats to the Football Team on Winning Their Game in the Centennial-MAC Bowl Conference Series! • The Mascot Evolution


Black Female Athletes’ Use Of Social Media For Activism: An Intersectional And Cyberfeminist Analysis Of U.S. Hammer-Thrower, Gwen Berry's 2019 And 2021 Podium Protests, Ariel Newell 2022 California State University, San Bernardino

Black Female Athletes’ Use Of Social Media For Activism: An Intersectional And Cyberfeminist Analysis Of U.S. Hammer-Thrower, Gwen Berry's 2019 And 2021 Podium Protests, Ariel Newell

Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations

Much attention has been paid to Black male athlete activism both historically and in the contemporary movement for black lives. Black female athletes have also made historic contributions as activists, and they continue to do so. However, Black female athlete activism has not always been acknowledged or heard. This is a problem, as Black women in American sports and society face overlapping racial and gender inequities and injustices that distinctly marginalize and oppress them. However, some Black female athlete activists (BFAAs) have begun using social media to challenge media narratives about themselves, to redefine what it means to be a ...


Historical Revisionism: Revising Or Rewriting, Tyce Shank 2022 Liberty University

Historical Revisionism: Revising Or Rewriting, Tyce Shank

Senior Honors Theses

Historical revisionism has long been a part of effective academic historiography. A constant re-analysis of the past and how previous historians came to their conclusions about it enable corrections to be made and new findings to be incorporated into modern and future historical metanarratives. While plentiful positive examples of this practice exist, in part because of an understanding of history as a discipline and how it is correctly and incorrectly represented in adaptations, notable poor and inappropriate examples of revisionism also exist. These rewrites are usually political and are often contested by political opponents and academics, but nevertheless persist. Understanding ...


Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Sings Which Story?: Narrative Production And Race In The Curriculum Of Film Musicals, Joanna Batt, Michael Joseph 2022 University of Texas at Austin

Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Sings Which Story?: Narrative Production And Race In The Curriculum Of Film Musicals, Joanna Batt, Michael Joseph

Northwest Journal of Teacher Education

Film musicals serve as a tool to infuse historical and cultural content into social studies curricula towards greater student engagement—for example, Lin Manuel-Miranda's Hamilton has become a celebrated classroom piece due to its ability to blend history with hip-hop and pop culture. Yet beyond language and content scans, teachers rarely examine or utilize musicals for how their narratives (mis)represent racial communities. This critical film analysis of three film musicals, using the theoretical framework of history production, reveals themes of historical morality, romantic relationship and race, and implicit/explicit racial messaging. Although troubling in their overall contribution to ...


Predictors Of College Student Support Toward Colin Kaepernick’S National Anthem Protests, Brooke Coursen, Nicole Peiffer, Sakira Coleman, Philip Lucius 2022 James Madison University

Predictors Of College Student Support Toward Colin Kaepernick’S National Anthem Protests, Brooke Coursen, Nicole Peiffer, Sakira Coleman, Philip Lucius

VA Engage Journal

Racial discrimination and inequality have perpetuated within the U.S. since its inception. In 2016, Colin Kaepernick initiated the national anthem protests to oppose the oppression of people of color in America. This study was developed in 2018 to identify social determinants of health underlying discriminatory beliefs and behaviors. The objective was to investigate the impacts of college students’ race, gender, political ideology, socio-economic status [SES], NFL interest, patriotism, and general protest support on support for the national anthem protests. We administered paper-and-pencil surveys across locations on the James Madison University campus using a convenience sample. There were 408 participants ...


The Grizzly, November 17, 2022, Layla Halterman, Marie Sykes, Tatiana Kent, Sean McGinley, Amelia Kunko, Isabel Wesman, Ava Compagnoni, Izzy Dalesandro 2022 Ursinus College

The Grizzly, November 17, 2022, Layla Halterman, Marie Sykes, Tatiana Kent, Sean Mcginley, Amelia Kunko, Isabel Wesman, Ava Compagnoni, Izzy Dalesandro

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Budgeting for Ursinus' Future • Democrats Win Big in Pennsylvania Amidst Midterm Elections • Letter From the News Editor • A Year's Worth of Plays in Two Days • Concerts This Weekend • Meet Dora Zeibekis '24 • Opinions: Senior Beer at the Senior Bar • Field Hockey Season Recap • From the Bench to Breaking Records


The Grizzly, November 10, 2022, Layla Halterman, Amelia Kunko, Chase Portaro, Erin Corcoran, Kate Horan, Tatiana Kent, Chase Rondeau, Ava Compagnoni 2022 Ursinus College

The Grizzly, November 10, 2022, Layla Halterman, Amelia Kunko, Chase Portaro, Erin Corcoran, Kate Horan, Tatiana Kent, Chase Rondeau, Ava Compagnoni

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

UC Imagine Fest Starts Today! • Students are a Microcosm of Midterm Political Landscape • Meet Ursinus' New Religious Faculty • Book it to the Center for Writing and Speaking • Opinions: Break Days at Ursinus • Corey Shaffer Takes Over Men's Lacrosse • From Reimert to Rollins!


The Intrepid One: Fascism & The Death Of Antonio Ascari, Paul Baxa 2022 Ave Maria University

The Intrepid One: Fascism & The Death Of Antonio Ascari, Paul Baxa

Journal of Motorsport Culture & History

No abstract provided.


The Grizzly, November 3, 2022, Layla Halterman, Kate Horan, Amelia Kunko, Marie Sykes, Erin Corcoran, Miles Noecker, Izzy Dalesandro 2022 Ursinus College

The Grizzly, November 3, 2022, Layla Halterman, Kate Horan, Amelia Kunko, Marie Sykes, Erin Corcoran, Miles Noecker, Izzy Dalesandro

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Nuclear Research Gets New Funding • Celebration of Lights • A November Note From the Editor • Calling the Audience to the Stand • Media on Main Markets for Local Businesses • Opinions: I am a Privileged Gay Man, and Yes, I Want You to Care About Abortion Rights! • What do the Phillies Mean to Ursinus? • New Women's Soccer Coach: Killin' It!


We4: Leisure Quotes, Lance Gibbs PhD 2022 University of Southern Maine

We4: Leisure Quotes, Lance Gibbs Phd

We Exist Series 4: Quotes

Welcome to the fourth exhibit in the series of “We Exist”. In this section we have selected quotes that represent and explain how Maine’s Black residents’ create the processes behind their engagement in particular leisure activities. The quotes also highlight the particular types of leisure activities that Maine’s Black residents suggest that they are involved in. The quotes are taken from transcripts of the oral history project "'Home Is Where I Make It': African American Community and Activism in Greater Portland, Maine”. The interview subjects are all native to Maine or are longtime residents of Maine. The original ...


Lg Ms 107 Karen Bye Papers, Katelynn Paul 2022 University of Southern Maine

Lg Ms 107 Karen Bye Papers, Katelynn Paul

Search the Manuscript Collection (Finding Aids)

Biographical Note

Karen Bye was born and raised in Stonington, Maine on Deer Isle in 1952. Karen enrolled at the University of Maine’s Orono campus, joining the class of 1975. Karen was a member of the queer community and went on to join Gay Support and Action (GSA), a community organization located in Bangor, Maine. Karen advocated for GSA to start a group at the university, but was initially denied. Nevertheless Karen persisted and continued to advocate, and eventually formed a group of students that would soon become the Wilde-Stein Club. Karen held the role of secretary, and had ...


Secret Communications, Peter Krapp 2022 University of California, Irvine

Secret Communications, Peter Krapp

communication +1

There is no communications technology that does not raise epistemological, ethical, or aesthetic questions about secrecy and its history in relation to the (sometimes irreconcilable) demands of privacy, security, trust, or freedom of expression. This raises the methodological stakes for studying and teaching secret communication.


From Franco's Nightmare To A Globalized Spain: A Cinematic Analysis, Claire Maurer 2022 Denison University

From Franco's Nightmare To A Globalized Spain: A Cinematic Analysis, Claire Maurer

Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union

Spain has had a long history of determining its own identity through successive regime changes, national crises and shifting international alliances. With Las Chicas de la Sexta Planta (Le Guay, 2011), Torremolinos 73 (Berger, 2003), Miente (De Ocampo, 2008) and The Way (Estévez, 2010) as a guide, I examine the distinctive characteristics of Spansh identity across three notable sections of its history: Francoist Spain (1939-1975), “free” Spain (1975-1986), and Spain as a member of the supranational European Union (EU) (1986-), or the European Economic Community (EEC) at that time. These films and time periods help to shed light on important ...


The Grizzly, October 27, 2022, Layla Halterman, Chase Portaro, Sean McGinley, Marie Sykes, Isabel Wesman, Ryan DiVergilis 2022 Ursinus College

The Grizzly, October 27, 2022, Layla Halterman, Chase Portaro, Sean Mcginley, Marie Sykes, Isabel Wesman, Ryan Divergilis

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Our 2022 Homecoming King and Queen! • Historic Trees Become Nasal Nuisance • Halloween Cartoon • The Film Club Satisfies Student Interests • Halloween Word Search • Opinions: President Hannigan Made Me Cry (And Frankly, I Loved It) • Golf Teams' Fall Season Brings Hope for Spring • Jack Psenicska: Smashing Ursinus Football Records


Georg Brandes And Fin De Siècle Scandinavia As A Cultural Semiperiphery, Stefan Nygård 2022 University of Helsinki

Georg Brandes And Fin De Siècle Scandinavia As A Cultural Semiperiphery, Stefan Nygård

Artl@s Bulletin

The article centres on the practice of cultural mediation and core-periphery dynamics in Scandinavian cultural life at the turn of the twentieth century. In this period, Copenhagen functioned as a gateway in the circulation of ideas and cultural goods to and from the region, as did individual actors and cultural institutions in Denmark. Similarly, Scandinavia as a whole occupied a transitional position in global intellectual space. With extensive intellectual networks and a strategic role in the literary traffic to and from Scandinavia, the critic and intellectual Georg Brandes provides a starting point for exploring core- periphery relations.


Lost Between Worlds: Gay Men In World War Ii, Braydon Conell 2022 University of Nebraska at Kearney

Lost Between Worlds: Gay Men In World War Ii, Braydon Conell

Graduate Review

While some queer World War II soldiers, like Christine Jorgensen, returned from war to become pioneers in the field of gender and sexuality, not all had the same support and experience. Anti-sodomy laws had a long history in the United States and its military, but no specific provision barred homosexuals from service until World War II. At the center of this change was the transition from a policy considering homosexual acts as a crime to a psychiatrist-controlled policy that homosexuality was an illness that made gay men unfit to fight. For those not excluded, the threat of an other-than-dishonorable discharge ...


Le Forum, Vol. 44 #3, Lisa Desjardins Michaud, Rédactrice, Patrick Lacroix, Virginia Lee Sand, Tammy Wells, Juliana L'Heureux, Megan St. Marie, Ron Héroux, Onias Martin, Claude Milot, Louis Fontaine, Raymond Alfred Lambert, Leo B. Desjardins, Lionel J. Desjardins, Albert W. Hamel, George Hall, Pierre LaGrandeur, Michael Guignard, Henry Conrad Cousineau, Juliette L. Bruneau, Anne Gabbianelli, Richard J. Cormier, Severin Beliveau, Paul R. Dionne 2022 The University of Maine

Le Forum, Vol. 44 #3, Lisa Desjardins Michaud, Rédactrice, Patrick Lacroix, Virginia Lee Sand, Tammy Wells, Juliana L'Heureux, Megan St. Marie, Ron Héroux, Onias Martin, Claude Milot, Louis Fontaine, Raymond Alfred Lambert, Leo B. Desjardins, Lionel J. Desjardins, Albert W. Hamel, George Hall, Pierre Lagrandeur, Michael Guignard, Henry Conrad Cousineau, Juliette L. Bruneau, Anne Gabbianelli, Richard J. Cormier, Severin Beliveau, Paul R. Dionne

Le FORUM Journal

No abstract provided.


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