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Femenlist: February 2010, Women's Center at Brockport 2010 The College at Brockport: State University of New York

Femenlist: February 2010, Women's Center At Brockport

Women's Center Newsletters

This is the third online issue of FemEnlist, a publication of the Women's Center at The College at Brockport. The newsletter highlights activities and programs offered by the Women’s Center, in their role as advocates for political and social change for members of the College at Brockport community.


Sagp Newsletter 2009/10.3 (Central Division), Anthony Preus 2010 Binghamton University

Sagp Newsletter 2009/10.3 (Central Division), Anthony Preus

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Little Village February 2010, 2010 University of Iowa

Little Village February 2010

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


A Stitch In Time: The Needlework Of Aging Women In Antebellum America, Aimee E. Newell 2010 University of Massachusetts Amherst

A Stitch In Time: The Needlework Of Aging Women In Antebellum America, Aimee E. Newell

Open Access Dissertations

In October 1852, Amy Fiske (1785-1859) of Sturbridge, Massachusetts, stitched a sampler. But she was not a schoolgirl making a sampler to learn her letters. Instead, as she explained: “The above is what I have taken from my sampler that I wrought when I was nine years old. It was w[rough]t on fine cloth it tattered to pieces. My age at this time is 66 years.” Drawing from 167 examples of decorative needlework – primarily samplers and quilts from 114 collections across the United States – made by individual women aged forty years and over between 1820 and 1860, this ...


Revista Digital Amigos - Vol 20, Número 6, Aspectos Culturales, Semos Unlimited 2010 University of New Mexico

Revista Digital Amigos - Vol 20, Número 6, Aspectos Culturales, Semos Unlimited

Amigos Revista Digital

Cover 1
Contenido 2
El Amor 3
¡Eres Tú! colaboración por La Loba 3
Los Diez Mandamientos de Amor 4
Una Tarjeta Pop-up para el Día de San Valentín 5,6
Literatura e Idioma 4
La Historia del Idioma Español 7
Palabras Curiosas 8
Where Does English Come From? 9
Excerpts from the Poetaster by Ben Jonson 10
Ancient Agriculture 11,12
Preguntas 13
Las Mercedes 2
La Merced de Tierra Amarilla 14
Relationship between the Land Grants and the Forest Service 15
La Historia 1
Nuevo México: A New Mexico History Anthology. Chapter 28: Land Grants in New Mexico ...


Book Review: The Proletarian Gamble: Korean Workers In Interwar Japan. By Ken C. Kawashima, Jinhee Lee 2010 Eastern Illinois University

Book Review: The Proletarian Gamble: Korean Workers In Interwar Japan. By Ken C. Kawashima, Jinhee Lee

Faculty Research & Creative Activity

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Book Review: The Proletarian Gamble: Korean Workers In Interwar Japan. By Ken C. Kawashima, Jinhee Lee 2010 Eastern Illinois University

Book Review: The Proletarian Gamble: Korean Workers In Interwar Japan. By Ken C. Kawashima, Jinhee Lee

Faculty Research & Creative Activity

No abstract provided.


Modern-Day Miracles, Jessica Lillie 2010 Andrews University

Modern-Day Miracles, Jessica Lillie

Lake Union Herald

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Seeking Shakers: Two Centuries Of Visitors To Shaker Villages, Brian L. Bixby 2010 University of Massachusetts Amherst

Seeking Shakers: Two Centuries Of Visitors To Shaker Villages, Brian L. Bixby

Open Access Dissertations

The dissertation analyzes the history of tourism at Shaker communities from their foundation to the present. Tourism is presented as an interaction between the host Shakers and the visitors. The culture, expectations, and activities of both parties affect their relationship to each other. Historically, tourists and other visitors have gradually dominated the relationship, shifting from hostility based on religion to acceptance based on a romantic view of the Shakers. This relationship has spilled over into related cultural phenomena, notably fiction and antique collecting. Overall, the analysis extends contemporary tourism theory and integrates Shaker history with the broader course of American ...


History Of Hope College: Forty Years Of Presidents And Growth Change, Geoffrey D. Reynolds 2010 Hope College

History Of Hope College: Forty Years Of Presidents And Growth Change, Geoffrey D. Reynolds

Faculty Publications

History of Hope College: Forty Years of Presidents and Growth Change is the fifth of five short articles about the history of Hope College, located in Holland, Michigan.


Noticias De Naccs, Vol. 39, No. 1, February 2010, National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies 2010 San Jose State University

Noticias De Naccs, Vol. 39, No. 1, February 2010, National Association For Chicana And Chicano Studies

Noticias de NACCS Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Dissecting Departure: A Study Of Student Withdrawal Surveys At Regis University, Stacey M. Green 2010 Regis University

Dissecting Departure: A Study Of Student Withdrawal Surveys At Regis University, Stacey M. Green

Student Publications

This study examined the cases of all traditional-aged undergraduate students departing Regis College, a division of Regis University, a private, Jesuit institution in Denver, Colorado, during the 2008-2009 academic year. Data from student withdrawal surveys were analyzed to decipher the reasons why students leave Regis College. Research unearthed that the current withdrawal survey form provides insufficient and misleading information about students' reasons for leaving Regis College. 20 percent of students left for medical reasons, with 16 percent departing for unknown reasons and 15 percent for financial reasons. These data indicated that modifications to the withdrawal survey, the withdrawal process, and ...


Degrees Of Emotion: Judicial Responses To Victim Impact Statements, Mary Lay Schuster, Amy Propen 2010 University of Minnesota - Minneapolis

Degrees Of Emotion: Judicial Responses To Victim Impact Statements, Mary Lay Schuster, Amy Propen

English

Emotional standards and hierarchies in the courtroom may affect judicial reactions to victim impact statements. Based on judicial conversations and courtroom observations in two judicial districts in Minnesota, we suggest that judges contrast emotion with reason in order to maintain control of their courtrooms; when faced with emotional expressions in victim impact statements, judges appreciate expressions of compassion and tolerate expressions of grief but are uncomfortable with expressions of anger. These judicial responses to emotional expression, however, must be contextualized; for example, the judges we spoke with often articulated different reactions to impact statements given by victims of sexual assault ...


The John, Jesus, And History Project—New Glimpses Of Jesus And A Bi-Optic Hypothesis, Paul N. Anderson 2010 George Fox University

The John, Jesus, And History Project—New Glimpses Of Jesus And A Bi-Optic Hypothesis, Paul N. Anderson

Faculty Publications - George Fox School of Theology

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The Experience Of The 756th Tank Battalion In World War Two: A Microcosm, Scott Millenbach 2010 Linfield College

The Experience Of The 756th Tank Battalion In World War Two: A Microcosm, Scott Millenbach

Senior Theses

December 7, 1941, "a day which will live in infamy," was the moment that the United States was plunged into the largest conflict that the world had ever seen. The sovereignty of the United States was being threatened at two ends of the globe by tyrannical leaders on the continent of Europe and the islands of the Pacific. In the years to come, the U.S. would have to fight to stop the spread of Emperor Hirohito's army in the Pacific and Hitler's Nazi Wermacht in Europe. It would take all the resources our mighty country could muster ...


Review Of: T. J. Gorringe. The Common Good And The Global Emergency: God And The Built Environment, Brian Stiltner 2010 Sacred Heart University

Review Of: T. J. Gorringe. The Common Good And The Global Emergency: God And The Built Environment, Brian Stiltner

Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies Faculty Publications

Tim Gorringe follows up his positively reviewed 2002 book A Theology of the Built Environment with this offering from the same publisher. The former book was notable as a sustained attempt to think theologically about the ‘built environment’. The built environment is the context that humans construct for themselves through their industry and technology; it comprises all types of physical settlements (cities, suburbs, towns, and villages), roads and transportation systems, parks and outdoor spaces, and buildings of every sort. It matters to humans how we build social spaces, for this influences our individual flourishing and the common good. While any ...


El Perfil Postdramático Del Teatro Catalán Contemporáneo, Sharon G. Feldman 2010 University of Richmond

El Perfil Postdramático Del Teatro Catalán Contemporáneo, Sharon G. Feldman

Latin American, Latino and Iberian Studies Faculty Publications

Han transcurrido diez años desde la publicación en 1999 del Postdramatisches Theater de Hans-Thies Lehmann, estudio influyente en el cual el teórico alemán señalaba una serie de actitudes y condiciones propias de las prácticas estéticas teatrales (occidentales) surgidas a partir de los años setenta que parecían sugerir un cambio de paradigma en cuanto a nuestra comprensión y nuestra experiencia del drama contemporáneo [Barnett, 2006: 484-487]. La noción de lo postdramático no necesariamente excluye la presencia de lo que entendemos por drama (o por lo dramático), sino que lo postdramático y lo dramático se encuentran, como ha señalado Lehmann, entrelazados en ...


Assessing The Effectiveness Of The Roaring Branch Bmp Retrofit Using Macroinvertebrate Bioassessment, James L. Banning 2010 University of South Florida

Assessing The Effectiveness Of The Roaring Branch Bmp Retrofit Using Macroinvertebrate Bioassessment, James L. Banning

Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Using benthic macroinvertebrates to measure stream health has been widely used and accepted around the world. Macroinvertebrates are resident monitors of chronic impairment in a stream since they are relatively sessile and most commonly respond to disturbance by drift but can recolonize a restored stream reach very quickly. This study tested the effectiveness of macroinvertebrate metrics developed through the Rapid Bioassessment Protocol (RBP) to detect changes in stream integrity as the result of placement of a best management practice (BMP), installed on a tributary of Roaring Branch, located in Columbus, Georgia. The BMP was designed to attenuate flow to reduce ...


Lee, Robert Edward, 1807-1870 (Sc 2149), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2010 Western Kentucky University

Lee, Robert Edward, 1807-1870 (Sc 2149), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid and typescript (click on Additional Files below) for Manuscripts Small Collection 2149. Letter from Robert Edward Lee to Colonel Robert P. Blount, Provost Marshal at Guiney Depot [Guiney's Station], Virginia. Lee instructs him to hold the position, declines to provide artillery support, and refers to the transportation of prisoners. Includes copies of Confederate postage stamps and currency. Poor quality photostatic copy.


Family Affairs Newsletter 2010-02-01, Zack Paakkonen 2010 University of Southern Maine

Family Affairs Newsletter 2010-02-01, Zack Paakkonen

FAN: Family Affairs Newsletter

FAMILY AFFAIRS is a free, twice-a-month, social activities newsletter for the GLBTI (gay/les/bi/trans/intersexed) community, sent out on the 1st and 15th of each month. It covers a 50 mile radius around Bangor and also Aroostook and Washington counties.


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