Divine Art / Infernal Machine: Western Views Of Printing Surveyed, 2010 University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
Divine Art / Infernal Machine: Western Views Of Printing Surveyed, Elizabeth L. Eisenstein
A.S.W. Rosenbach Lectures in Bibliography
The University of Pennsylvania Libraries A.S.W. Rosenbach Lectures in Bibliography for 2010:
Monday, March 22, 2010: "First Impressions"
Welcome: David McKnight (00:01-06:00); Introduction: Peter Stallybrass (06:00-13:02); Lecture: Elizabeth L. Eisenstein (13:02-59:57); Question and Answer: (59:57-01:12:33)
Tuesday, March 23, 2010: "Eighteenth-Century Attitudes"
Introduction: David McKnight, Libby Kislak (00:01-07:02); Lecture: Elizabeth L. Eisenstein (07:02-52:57); Question and Answer: (52:57-01:07:31)
Thursday, March 25, 2010: "From Steam Press to Cyberspace"
Welcome: David McKnight (00:01-04:32); Introduction: Roger Chartier (04:32-11:33); Lecture: Elizabeth L. Eisenstein (11 ...
Grand Valley Forum, Volume 034, Number 23, March 1, 2010, 2010 Grand Valley State University
Grand Valley Forum, Volume 034, Number 23, March 1, 2010, Grand Valley State University
2009-2010, Volume 34
Grand Valley Forum is Grand Valley State's faculty and staff newsletter, published from 1976 to the present.
The Powerful Mythology Surrounding Bugsy Siegel, 2010 Missouri University of Science and Technology
The Powerful Mythology Surrounding Bugsy Siegel, Larry Gragg Ph.D.
Journalists, authors, filmmakers, and historians have been interested in Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel for over six decades. Collectively, they have crafted a cohesive mythological narrative of Siegel’s life one focused upon “rags to riches” success and his contributions to the development of Las Vegas, Nevada. Most attribute to Siegel the inspiration for not only the Flamingo Hotel‐Casino, but also for the glamorous, classy, flashy resort city Las Vegas became after World War II. This paper describes the development of the myth since Siegel’s murder in 1947 as well as how it has been sustained.
The Nida Brain Disease Paradigm: History, Resistance And Spinoffs, 2010 University of North Florida
The Nida Brain Disease Paradigm: History, Resistance And Spinoffs, David T. Courtwright
History Faculty Publications
This article examines ‘the NIDA paradigm’, the theory that addiction is a chronic, relapsing brain disease characterized by loss of control over drug taking. I critically review the official history of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) paradigm and analyze the sources of resistance to it. I argue that, even though the theory remains contested, it has yielded important insights in other fields, including my own discipline of history.
Lg Ms 13 Equalitymaine Archives Finding Aid, 2010 University of Southern Maine
Lg Ms 13 Equalitymaine Archives Finding Aid, Karin A. France
Search the Manuscript Collection (Finding Aids)
The Maine Lesbian/Gay Political Alliance (MLGPA) was formed in 1984 to advocate for LGBT issues and to educate the public, media, and politicians about them. Now known as EqualityMaine, over the last twenty-five years, the organization has worked to secure civil rights legislation, pass hate crimes protection laws, promote workplace equality and ensure responsible HIV/AIDS policies. The Archives contains organizational records of MLGPA and EqualityMaine, and other materials.
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Brazilians In The United States 1980—2007, 2010 Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies
Brazilians In The United States 1980—2007, Laird Bergad
Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies
Introduction: This report examines demographic and socioeconomic factors concerning Brazilians in the United States between 1980 and 2007.
Methods: Data on Latinos and other racial/ethnic groups were obtained from the U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey, reorganized for public use by the Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota, IPUMSusa. Cases in the dataset were weighted and analyzed to produce population estimates.
Results: The wave of migration from Brazil which began in the 1990s in all likelihood will continue into the future, economic fluctuations in the U.S. notwithstanding. In part this is due to the relatively high rates ...
California As Music To American Ears: Migration, Technology, And Rock And Roll In The Golden State, 1946-2000, 2010 California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
California As Music To American Ears: Migration, Technology, And Rock And Roll In The Golden State, 1946-2000, Toby T. Willett
Master's Theses and Project Reports
Migrations and technological advances in California following World War II, spurred radical changes in the production and development of popular music, most notably rock and roll. California largely lacked the entrenched traditions of the American Northeast, and in many ways its exploding population translated into the growth of a culture built around embracing newer methodologies, whether technological innovations or radical artistic departures. In large part owing to its increasing ethnic diversity during the economic expansion, California was uniquely poised to become a center of incredible postwar dynamism, especially when seen in the production, consumption, and stylistic development of music. Nevertheless ...
Clash Of Titans: William Randolph Hearst And His Impact On American Foreign Policy During The Interwar Period, 2010 California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
Clash Of Titans: William Randolph Hearst And His Impact On American Foreign Policy During The Interwar Period, Brandon D. Roper
Master's Theses and Project Reports
The purpose of this thesis is to analyze a prominent figure of the 20th century, William Randolph Hearst and to analyze the influence he was able to exert over American foreign policy through his own personal connections and those of his periodicals. This also includes an analysis between Hearst and Roosevelt, and noting the varying levels of influence between the two. This thesis will demonstrate that William Randolph Hearst is a prominent figure of 20th century history, but was overshadowed by Roosevelt. Hearst while powerful was always putting his power into ventures that would backfire politically. When his papers declined ...
Landmark Report (Vol. 28, No. 1), 2010 Western Kentucky University
Landmark Report (Vol. 28, No. 1), Kentucky Library Research Collections
Newsletter published by the Landmark Association; this local group advocates the preservation, protection and maintenance of architectural, cultural and archaeological resources in Bowling Green and Warren County, Kentucky.
Syrian/United States Relations: Explaining The Failure Of The Relationship And Suggestions On How To Repair It, Chris Chapman
Undergraduate Honors Thesis Collection
"Syrian-American relations have deteriorated markedly in recent years. " ~Syrian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Bushra Kanafani Hezbollah. Hamas. The Islamic Jihad. Rogue nation. The axis of evil. These are features commonly used by the United States government, Western media outlets, and the American people to describe the Republic of Syria. Syria is a major player in geopolitics and relevant to the stability of the Middle East. Its relationship with the United States, therefore, is of central importance in reaching the United States goal of peace in this warravaged region of the world. The erosion of normal diplomatic relations with Syria since the ...
Review Of "Architecture And Artifacts Of The Pennsylvania Germans: Constructing Identity In Early America" By C.G. Falk, 2010 University of Washington Tacoma
Review Of "Architecture And Artifacts Of The Pennsylvania Germans: Constructing Identity In Early America" By C.G. Falk, Julie Nicoletta
SIAS Faculty Publications
No abstract provided.
Protestants Protesting Protestantism: 20th Century Experiments In Monasticism, 2010 Saint Louis University
Protestants Protesting Protestantism: 20th Century Experiments In Monasticism, George Faithful
Collected Faculty and Staff Scholarship
Contrary to popular belief, there have often been monastic sisterhoods and brotherhoods in Protestantism. In Germany, Möllenbeck, Loccum, and Marienberg all contained cloisters that embraced the Lutheran Reformation but retained much of their monastic practice. That such groups are relatively unknown may reflect the ambivalence of those in positions of power toward potential holdovers from Catholicism. Protestant monasticism has never been normative; therefore, its occurrence might best be understood as an implicit critique of the mainstream confessions. For the purposes of this paper I will not define monasticism as a vague and flexible lifestyle of contemplation and asceticism, as have ...
The Confessionalized Vision Of Emigration: The Sinking Of The William Nelson And The Founding Of The St. Raphael Society For The Protection Of German Catholic Emigrants, Kevin Ostoyich
No abstract provided.
Review Essay: “Antebellum American Thought And Politics”, 2010 University of Missouri - Kansas City
Review Essay: “Antebellum American Thought And Politics”, Max Skidmore
Christian G. Fritz
Review Essay of the following works: American Sovereigns: The People and America's Constitutional Tradition Before the Civil War. Christian G. Fritz, : Cambridge University Press , 2008 The Missouri Compromise and Its Aftermath: Slavery and the Meaning of America. Robert Pierce Forbes, : University of North Carolina Press , 2007 Vindicating Lincoln: Defending the Politics of Our Greatest President. Thomas L. Krannawitter, : Rowman and Littlefield , 2008
The Idea Of Human Rights – Western Culture Heritage Or Universal Value?, 2010 Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Fundamental Technological Research
The Idea Of Human Rights – Western Culture Heritage Or Universal Value?, Boguslawa Lewandowska, Stanislaw Cichocki
In both the Charter of United Nations (San Francisco, 1945) and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Paris, 1948) the view of the universality of human rights can be found. However one can ask if these documents written in the ring of western culture’s values can be accepted in societies, which traditionally choose a social and economic system restricting civil rights in politics, economics, culture etc. The second question we like to pose asks whether the preservation of human rights is independent or connected to the implementation of a social and economic system in the society. In this connection ...
In The Shadows Of Rome: Building An Arthurian England, 2010 Middle Tennessee State University
In The Shadows Of Rome: Building An Arthurian England, Amy Kaufman
Amy S. Kaufman
No abstract provided.
The British Colonial Recycling Of Afghan Political Elites: A Case Study Of Shah Shuja's Ludiana Pension, 2010 James Madison University
The British Colonial Recycling Of Afghan Political Elites: A Case Study Of Shah Shuja's Ludiana Pension, Shah Hanifi
Shah Mahmoud Hanifi
No abstract provided.
Fyodor Dostoevsky And Idea Of ‘Pocvennicestvo’, 2010 Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Fundamental Technological Research
Fyodor Dostoevsky And Idea Of ‘Pocvennicestvo’, Boguslawa Lewandowska
It would be rather difficult to show that Fyodor Dostoevsky was a thinker remaining within the compass of consistent world view and that his utterances are of the conceptual form. Russian thinkers seldom expressed explicite their own world view in their philosophical treatises, newertheless they are remaining original thinkers. Fyodor Dostoevsky may be considered as one of the adherents of the current called the ‘pocvennicestvo’; the last word being derived from the Russian verb ‘pocva’, which means ‘soil’. The current ‘pocvennicestvo’ is one of the collective world view, which were appearing among some Slavic nations in the Dostoevsky’s epoch ...
Rummaging Through Worcester’S Industrial Ruins: Active Learning And Environmental History, 2010 Columbia College Chicago
Rummaging Through Worcester’S Industrial Ruins: Active Learning And Environmental History, Steven Corey
Steven H. Corey
No abstract provided.
Middle Passages And Forced Migrations: Liberated Africans In Nineteenth-Century Us Camps And Ships, 2010 Occidental College
Middle Passages And Forced Migrations: Liberated Africans In Nineteenth-Century Us Camps And Ships, Sharla Fett
Between 1858 and 1860, Africans liberated by the US Navy from four slave ships near the Cuban coast were detained in Federal custody before being transported for resettlement in Liberia. This article draws on the concept of 'middle passage' and 'forced migration' to explore the conditions under which the US government seized, detained, and transported Africans rescued from illegal trafficking. Looking at slave trade suppression through the lens of forced migration rather than legal process not only illuminates the traumatic aftermath of the original Middle Passage but also connects the voyages of liberated African shipmates to a broader history of ...