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John Hazen White School Of Arts & Sciences Newsletter, March 2010, Vol. 15, Issue 2, Mary Barszcz Ed. 2010 Johnson & Wales University - Providence

John Hazen White School Of Arts & Sciences Newsletter, March 2010, Vol. 15, Issue 2, Mary Barszcz Ed.

School of Arts & Sciences Newsletter

In 1995, with Gwenn Lavoie as its editor, the first issue of the John Hazen White School of Arts & Sciences Newsletter was published. The newsletter continues to share information about and publicize events sponsored by the School of Arts & Sciences and the accomplishments of that school's faculty. Three issues are published during each academic year by the School of Arts & Sciences Publicity Committee and editor Mary Barszcz.


Update - March 2010, Loma Linda University Center for Christian Bioethics 2010 Loma Linda University

Update - March 2010, Loma Linda University Center For Christian Bioethics

Update

In this issue:

-- Glorifying God in Our Body: A Seventh-day Adventist Theological Foundation for Nursing
-- Editorial
-- New Beginning at the Center for Christian Bioethics


Business Ethics Presentation- Pareto Optimality, Kevin L. Rawls 2010 Liberty University School of Business

Business Ethics Presentation- Pareto Optimality, Kevin L. Rawls

Kevin L. Rawls

No abstract provided.


The Chanticleer, 2010-03-01, Coastal Carolina University 2010 Coastal Carolina University

The Chanticleer, 2010-03-01, Coastal Carolina University

The Chanticleer Student Newspaper

The editorially independent student produced weekly newspaper of Coastal Carolina University.


(Review) Witchcraft And The Papacy: An Account Drawing On The Formerly Secret Records Of The Roman Inquisition, Marc R. Forster 2010 Connecticut College

(Review) Witchcraft And The Papacy: An Account Drawing On The Formerly Secret Records Of The Roman Inquisition, Marc R. Forster

History Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


When The Smoke From The Battle Has Cleared, T. Fulton Burns 2010 Marshall University

When The Smoke From The Battle Has Cleared, T. Fulton Burns

Theatre Faculty Research

I can recall the time that followed my first national workshop. All of the excitement of new friends and new skills still went through me like a child on Christmas morning considering all of the possibilities of fun with my new toys. I thoroughly enjoyed having my college friends ask me to show them what I had learned. Eventually I was approached by a former professor to choreograph the fights for a production of Hamlet at my undergraduate program. With excitement and great pride I happily accepted.


Review Of Physical Theatres: A Critical Introduction, And: Physical Theatres: A Critical Reader, T. Fulton Burns 2010 Marshall University

Review Of Physical Theatres: A Critical Introduction, And: Physical Theatres: A Critical Reader, T. Fulton Burns

Theatre Faculty Research

Simon Murray (Director of Theatre at Dartington College of Arts) and John Keefe (Senior lecturer at the London Metropolitan University Undergraduate Centre) offer the theatre world two movement analysis texts. These well written books, which focus on techniques from the Western world of physical theatre, would serve graduate level or highly focused classes in movement pedagogy or practice. With their identical six-chapter breakdowns (“Genesis, Contexts, Namings”; “Roots: Routes”; “Contemporary Practices”; “Preparation and Training”; “Physicality and the Word”; “Bodies and Cultures”), the books may be used in relation to one another or stand alone as individual texts.


His Name Was Don Francisco Muro: Reconstructing An Image Of American Imperialism, Mark Rice 2010 St. John Fisher College

His Name Was Don Francisco Muro: Reconstructing An Image Of American Imperialism, Mark Rice

American Studies Faculty/Staff Publications

Visual culture played a significant role in the debates surrounding American colonialism in the Philippines in the early twentieth century. One of the most important photographers working the Philippines at that time was Dean Conant Worcester, who also served as a colonial administrator. Worcester's three-part sequence of photographs supposedly showing an Igorot man becoming civilized through his contact with Americans is one of the more iconic sets of images from that time period.

In recent years, many historians have reprinted the "Igorot sequence" to illustrate American imperial ideologies. However, neither the identity of the subject, nor the circumstances surrounding ...


Mission Fields Across The Street: Sending And Supporting Simple Church Planters As Local Missionaries, Rick Shrout 2010 George Fox University

Mission Fields Across The Street: Sending And Supporting Simple Church Planters As Local Missionaries, Rick Shrout

Doctor of Ministry

Churches in North America are ineffective in reaching their smTounding neighborhoods when those neighborhoods are populated predominately by people who embrace a postmodem lifestyle and worldview. One of the reasons for this ineffectiveness stems from an ecclesiology that leans heavily upon institutional stmctures and methods that fly in the face of postmodem sensibilities. This problem is addressed by proposing partnerships of established churches and denominational agencies with simple church planters as a way for traditional churches to play an active role in supporting a missional presence in an emerging culture through planting simple churches.

Section 2 introduces the problems and ...


X-Ile, Todd Seelau 2010 George Fox University

X-Ile, Todd Seelau

Doctor of Ministry

The negative perceptions that those outside of Christianity have toward those who pride themselves as carriers of the Good News make it evident that many of these relationships are broken, perhaps even beyond repair. Is there hope? Reconciliation, defined as a just and graceful effort to heal the relationships between humanity, God, and creation is the essential process-the core-of the Gospel as we know it. A theology for reconciliation provides a radical shift in focus from personal holiness to relational healing. In order to heal these relationships churches have tried seeker-sensitive services, alternative styles of worship, and organic types of ...


Mission Fields Across The Street: Sending And Supporting Simple Church Planters As Local Missionaries, Rick Shrout 2010 George Fox University

Mission Fields Across The Street: Sending And Supporting Simple Church Planters As Local Missionaries, Rick Shrout

Doctor of Ministry

Churches in North America are ineffective in reaching their surrounding neighborhoods when those neighborhoods are populated predominately by people who embrace a postmodem lifestyle and worldview. One of the reasons for this ineffectiveness stems from an ecclesiology that leans heavily upon institutional structures and methods that fly in the face of postmodem sensibilities. This problem is addressed by proposing partnerships of established churches and denominational agencies with simple church planters as a way for traditional churches to play an active role in supporting a missional presence in an emerging culture through planting simple churches.

Section 2 introduces the problems and ...


Syrian/United States Relations: Explaining The Failure Of The Relationship And Suggestions On How To Repair It, Chris Chapman 2010 Butler University

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 ...


Divine Art / Infernal Machine: Western Views Of Printing Surveyed, Elizabeth L. Eisenstein 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 ...


The Hacker And The Hawker: Networked Identity In The Science Fiction And Blogging Of Cory Doctorow, Robert P. Fletcher 2010 West Chester University of Pennsylvania

The Hacker And The Hawker: Networked Identity In The Science Fiction And Blogging Of Cory Doctorow, Robert P. Fletcher

English Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Grand Valley Forum, Volume 034, Number 23, March 1, 2010, Grand Valley State University 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.


Review Of Landscape With Two Saints: How Genovefa Of Paris And Brigit Of Kildare Built Christianity In Barbarian Europe, By L.M. Bitel, Joseph F. Kelly 2010 John Carroll University

Review Of Landscape With Two Saints: How Genovefa Of Paris And Brigit Of Kildare Built Christianity In Barbarian Europe, By L.M. Bitel, Joseph F. Kelly

Theology & Religious Studies

No abstract provided.


Peg Birmingham: Hannah Arendt And Human Rights: The Predicament Of Common Responsibility, Dianna Taylor 2010 John Carroll University

Peg Birmingham: Hannah Arendt And Human Rights: The Predicament Of Common Responsibility, Dianna Taylor

Philosophy

No abstract provided.


Court Green: Dossier: 1970s, Columbia College Chicago 2010 Columbia College Chicago

Court Green: Dossier: 1970s, Columbia College Chicago

Court Green

An annual poetry magazine with a different theme for each issue; printed from 2004 to 2015.


Arête March 2010, Honors College 2010 Western Kentucky University

Arête March 2010, Honors College

Arête: Honors College at WKU Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Pajama Game Program, University of Southern Maine Department of Theatre 2010 University of Southern Maine

Pajama Game Program, University Of Southern Maine Department Of Theatre

Programs 2009-2010 Season

Book by George Abbott and Richard Bissell

Score by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross

Directed by Wil Kilroy

Musical Direction by Edward Reichert

Choreography by Vanessa Beyland

This production was a Participating entry in the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KC/ACTF).


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