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The Redwood, V.106 2009-2010, Santa Clara University 2010 Santa Clara University

The Redwood, V.106 2009-2010, Santa Clara University

The Redwood

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Explore, Spring 2010, Vol. 13, No. 2: Why Pray?, Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education 2010 Santa Clara University

Explore, Spring 2010, Vol. 13, No. 2: Why Pray?, Ignatian Center For Jesuit Education

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Contents: Prayer and the New Atheism; The Public Prayer Life of a Religion Enthusiast; Why I Pray; Bannan Grant Report: A Seat at the Table - Conversations on Clare of Assisi; The Cup


Explore, Fall 2010, Vol. 14, No. 1: Global Humanitarian Crises And The Role Of Catholic Universities, Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education 2010 Santa Clara University

Explore, Fall 2010, Vol. 14, No. 1: Global Humanitarian Crises And The Role Of Catholic Universities, Ignatian Center For Jesuit Education

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Contents: Global Humanitarian Crises and the Role of Catholic Universities; Catholic Relief Services and the Catholic University; Educating for Global Solidarity; Global and Local Neighborhoods; Bannan Grant Report: Nou se Ayiti”(We Are Haiti); Upcoming Events


The Lab Report, Volume 03, Issue 08, Todd Ristau 2010 Hollins University

The Lab Report, Volume 03, Issue 08, Todd Ristau

Lab Reports

  • House of Atreus by Sean Engard
  • Student Spotlight: Sean Engard
  • Roanoke Regional Writer's Conference Held at Hollins University
  • Kenley Smith to teach playwriting at Randolph College
  • Rosalee Was Here by Maura Campbell in Vermont
  • From the Director: Why Buying Advance Tickets is Important


To ‘Graze Freely In The Pastures Of Philosophy’: The Pedagogical Methods And Political Motives Of Socrates And The Sophists, Coleen P. Zoller 2010 Susquehanna University

To ‘Graze Freely In The Pastures Of Philosophy’: The Pedagogical Methods And Political Motives Of Socrates And The Sophists, Coleen P. Zoller

Philosophy Faculty Publications

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Impolitic: Kent Johnson's Radical Hybridity On Doubled Flowering: From The Notebooks Of Araki Yasusada (Roof Books, 1997), Epigramititis: 118 Living American Poets (Blazevox, 2004), Lyric Poetry After Auschwitz: Eleven Submissions To The War (Effing Press, 2005), I Once Met (Longhouse, 2007), And Homage To The Last Avant-Garde (Shearsman Books, 2008), Michael Theune 2010 Illinois Wesleyan University

Impolitic: Kent Johnson's Radical Hybridity On Doubled Flowering: From The Notebooks Of Araki Yasusada (Roof Books, 1997), Epigramititis: 118 Living American Poets (Blazevox, 2004), Lyric Poetry After Auschwitz: Eleven Submissions To The War (Effing Press, 2005), I Once Met (Longhouse, 2007), And Homage To The Last Avant-Garde (Shearsman Books, 2008), Michael Theune

Scholarship

The past twenty years in American poetry have given rise to middle space poetry, poetry—sometimes labeled “Third Way,” “Hybrid,” and/or “Elliptical”—that situates itself in the middle space between mainstream/lyric and avant-garde/experimental aesthetics. While work in the middle space by now should have added up to an important and fruitful development in contemporary poetry—for there is much shared ground for these aesthetics to explore—middle space thinking and poetry for the most part has been very problematic. Paradoxically, the problems of the middle space—especially as it is presented in its three key anthologies: Reginald ...


American Jews And The Struggle Over Apartheid, Marjorie Feld 2010 Babson College

American Jews And The Struggle Over Apartheid, Marjorie Feld

Babson Faculty Research Fund Working Papers

American Jews and the Struggle Over Apartheid chronicles American Jewish involvement in a transnational movement to end the system of racial injustice in South Africa. It explores the complex relationships among Jews’ diasporic identity, the contested legacies of the Holocaust, and Jewish commitments to the principles of liberation. Many American Jews saw the fight against apartheid as a natural extension of their American Civil Rights activism. But others worried that critiques of South African apartheid would threaten the pursuit of post-World War II global Jewish unity, diminishing their Zionist loyalties and distracting them from their focus on religious ritual. Even ...


Music To Our Ears: New Market Creation And Creative Influences In The Popular Music Industry, Erik Noyes, Sal Parise, I. Elaine Allen 2010 Babson College

Music To Our Ears: New Market Creation And Creative Influences In The Popular Music Industry, Erik Noyes, Sal Parise, I. Elaine Allen

Babson Faculty Research Fund Working Papers

In a creative industry, what pattern of creative influences increases the likelihood that an artist will pioneer a new market? This longitudinal research examines all major artists in the Popular Music Industry between 1950 and 2008 and their unique creative influences to examine if certain structural positions in the complete network of influences make one more or less likely to be a first mover in new markets. Since 1950, the Popular Music Industry has grown into a $8 billion dollar a year industry with wealth creation arising from the creation of 193 separate new markets. We apply network analysis to ...


Tallgrass Prairie: A Work In Process, Mary Pinard 2010 Babson College

Tallgrass Prairie: A Work In Process, Mary Pinard

Babson Faculty Research Fund Working Papers

These 8 lyric and narrative poems—written in a range of forms—focus on the ecosystem of what remains of the North American tallgrass prairie, specifically as it is currently preserved in the ever-vanishing Loess Hills of western Iowa. They also explore the work of visual artists (in particular, weaver Sheila Hicks, and painter Keith Jacobshagen) as a way of examining connections between natural and artistic practices. Some of the relevant issues these poems take up include: changes in the treatment of the land since the arrival of Euroamericans in the 1800s, the resulting impact on native communities, shifts in ...


Philosophy And The Double, Brian Seitz 2010 Babson College

Philosophy And The Double, Brian Seitz

Babson Faculty Research Fund Working Papers

This essay introduces the problem of the double by addressing its role and play in philosophy, focusing on two exemplary figures, Plato and Kant, whose metaphysical bifurcations secure philosophical necessity but at the cost of this world. This Plato/Kant section will occupy the vast bulk of the essay. Then, with reference to other writers and to other configurations, the remainder of this essay/chapter will provide an initial indication of the wilder and darker side of the double, which will be pursued in later chapters of the book.


The Strange Horses Came, Kentucky Folk Art Center 2010 Morehead State University

The Strange Horses Came, Kentucky Folk Art Center

Kentucky Folk Art Center Exhibition Catalogs

2010 Kentucky Folk Art Center exhibition catalog for the World Equestrian Games.


New Approaches To The Division Of Cognitive Labor, Michael Weisberg 2010 University of Pennsylvania

New Approaches To The Division Of Cognitive Labor, Michael Weisberg

Departmental Papers (Philosophy)

Scientists are not lone agents, cut off from the outside world, responding only to information generated in their own laboratories. Rather, they make decisions about what to investigate by integrating what they discover for themselves with what they learn from others. They also take into account external factors such as grants, prizes, and prestige. These sources of feedback lead scientists to coordinate and divide their resources among differing approaches to the research domain. This coordination seems to enhance the success of scientific communities, but this coordination is neither planned nor explicit. Philip Kitcher has called this fact about scientific communities ...


A New Online Resource, 2010 University of Pennsylvania

A New Online Resource

History of Anthropology Newsletter

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Front Matter, 2010 University of Pennsylvania

Front Matter

History of Anthropology Newsletter

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Recent Bibliography, 2010 University of Pennsylvania

Recent Bibliography

History of Anthropology Newsletter

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Disciplinary Measures? Histories Of Egyptology In Multi-Disciplinary Context, William Carruthers 2010 University of Pennsylvania

Disciplinary Measures? Histories Of Egyptology In Multi-Disciplinary Context, William Carruthers

History of Anthropology Newsletter

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Conference Announcement, 2010 University of Pennsylvania

Conference Announcement

History of Anthropology Newsletter

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Front Matter, 2010 University of Pennsylvania

Front Matter

History of Anthropology Newsletter

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Wenner-Gren Foundation Symposium Held In Teresópolis, Brazil, March 5-12, 2010, Susan Lindee 2010 University of Pennsylvannia

Wenner-Gren Foundation Symposium Held In Teresópolis, Brazil, March 5-12, 2010, Susan Lindee

History of Anthropology Newsletter

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History Of Anthropology At The American Anthropological Association, November 17-21, 2010, Kevin A. Telvington 2010 University of Pennsylvania

History Of Anthropology At The American Anthropological Association, November 17-21, 2010, Kevin A. Telvington

History of Anthropology Newsletter

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