Farabi And Plato's Laws.Docx, 2017 Selected Works
Farabi And Plato's Laws.Docx
A Critical Analysis Of History’S Best Wishes, 2017 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
A Critical Analysis Of History’S Best Wishes, Jeffery Keene Short
Dissertations, Theses, and Student Research: Department of English
This is a critical, reflective analysis of a work of fiction by the author Keene Short, as a means to assess and analyze the artistic and creative development of the project as a whole. The creative work is collection of nine historical fiction short stories, some connected by characters and others standing alone in the collection. The analysis actively explores and engages with several facets relevant to the author’s creative goals, including theory, influences, background, motive, form, genre, and content. The analysis is divided into a summary, critique, and sample of one story from the collection, History’s Best ...
Anna Safley Houston And Early Twentieth Century Collectors, 2017 Southern Adventist University
Anna Safley Houston And Early Twentieth Century Collectors, Adam G. Houghtaling
Anna Safley Houston was an eccentric woman from Chattanooga who had a compulsive desire to collect antiques. Houston’s glass collection is one of if not the finest glass collections in the world. Houston had much in common with other great collectors from the early twentieth century such as William Randolph Hearst, Armand Hammer, Bella King and others. Houston did a large amount of traveling, visiting every state along with Canada and Cuba. Houston also established a social and professional network of friend and family who helped her overcome certain difficulties of collecting. In addition, Houston wanted her work to ...
Bill Owens: A Us Craft Beer Pioneer, 1982-2001, 2017 University of San Diego
Bill Owens: A Us Craft Beer Pioneer, 1982-2001, Patrick Walls
Bill Owens is a pioneer in the United States craft brewing industry through his efforts as an advocate, writer, publisher, brewer, and entrepreneur who created a lasting legacy by influencing generations of brewers and beer fans. Owens wrote the first book on homebrewing equipment (How to Build a Small Brewery: Draft Beer in Ten Days in 1982). He opened the third brewpub in the country (Buffalo Bill's Brewery in Hayward, California in 1983) where, in 1985, he introduced the first commercial pumpkin beer among other beer style firsts. Owens published numerous brewery-focused magazines that featured many illustrious beer writers ...
Tsirik - Fold The Leaves So That Others May Be Guided: A Study Of How The Bribri Women Are Preserving Their Culture To Ensure A Sustainable Future For Their Community, Emily R. Blau
Bananas are one of Costa Rica’s largest exports, along with coffee, palm oil, and cocoa. The banana plantations are large-scale, are most often run by multinational companies, and are considered to be run as enclave economies (Equal Exchange, 2016). This monoculture crop production has been globally accused of human rights abuses said to include, but not be limited to, violating the rights of indigenous people and loss in culture and tradition. For this paper, I studied the effects that large-scale agricultural corporations have on the BriBri, a matriarchal and indigenous group who live on the Caribbean coast of Costa ...
The Second Pen, 2017 CUNY Hunter College
The Second Pen, Nicholas D. Brennan
School of Arts & Sciences Theses
"The Second Pen" evaluates the historical relevancy of prevalent monikers for William Shakespeare-- namely, "The Bard," "Swan of Avon," and "Upstart Crow." While Brennan finds the general concept of the moniker to encapsulate Shakespeare's current historical legacy, he equally finds the aforementioned monikers to misrepresent this. Brennan offers "The Second Pen" as a moniker for Shakespeare that redresses the distortions of the others. He concentrates his defense of its relevancy around a defense of William Shakespeare as the "second pen" which Ben Jonson's 1605 Sejanus quarto names as a collaborator in the writing of a preceding stage version ...
How Anti-Racist Participatory Policy Advocacy Can Change Delaware’S Education System, 2017 SIT Graduate Institute
How Anti-Racist Participatory Policy Advocacy Can Change Delaware’S Education System, Shyanne E. Miller
Non-profit organizations fighting for change in the education system are more likely to realize their mission by engaging members of the public, particularly parents and students. However, engaging the public in a meaningful way requires an understanding of barriers to participation in the education system (racism), a shift away from colorblind, liberal ideology typically used to drive non-profit activity, and the undertaking of an anti-racist agenda when working within communities. Here, I offer a set of guidelines which the Rodel Foundation of Delaware can follow to implement anti-racist, participatory policy advocacy. Starting with a review of racism in Delaware’s ...
The Marketing Of Sacrifice, 2017 Sacred Heart University
The Marketing Of Sacrifice, Enda Mcgovern
Slides from a presentation made by Enda McGovern from the Department of Marketing at Sacred Heart University to the University's Board of Trustees. He outlines plans for a class to marketing students whose core text will be Pope Francis' encyclical on June 18, 2015, which lays out and argument for a new partnership between science and religion to combat human-driven climate change.
"Cars, Space, And The Dynamics Of Power In Cuéntame Cómo Pasó ('Tell Me How It Happened'), 2017 Furman University
"Cars, Space, And The Dynamics Of Power In Cuéntame Cómo Pasó ('Tell Me How It Happened'), Linda B. Bartlett
Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature
Cuéntame cómo pasó 'Tell Me How It Happened,' Radio Televisión Española’s long-running television series, recreates Spain’s recent past from the late years of the Franco regime through the transition to democracy and beyond through the daily experiences of the fictional yet typical Alcántara family, thus functioning as a form of historical memory project. This critically-acclaimed program, which debuted in fall 2001, has attracted not only record-size audiences in its 18 seasons (to date), but also scholarly interest as well. While other studies have analyzed the use of the television medium to represent history, or critiqued its historical accuracy ...
1847 - Alta California: Embracing Notices Of The Climate, Soil, And Agricultural Products Of Northern Mexico And The Pacific Seaboard; Also, A History Of The Military And Naval Operations Of The United States Directed Against The Territories Of Northern Mexico, In The Year 1846-'47; With Documents Declaratory Of The Policy Of The Present Administration Of The National Government In Regard To The Annexation Of Conquered Territory, And The Opinion Of The Hon. James Buchanan On The Wilmot Proviso; By Thomas W. Streeter, 2017 California State University, Monterey Bay
1847 - Alta California: Embracing Notices Of The Climate, Soil, And Agricultural Products Of Northern Mexico And The Pacific Seaboard; Also, A History Of The Military And Naval Operations Of The United States Directed Against The Territories Of Northern Mexico, In The Year 1846-'47; With Documents Declaratory Of The Policy Of The Present Administration Of The National Government In Regard To The Annexation Of Conquered Territory, And The Opinion Of The Hon. James Buchanan On The Wilmot Proviso; By Thomas W. Streeter
Miscellaneous Documents and Reports
The 1847 publication briefly address climate soil and agriculture in Alta and Baja California in chapter I. The following eight chapters consist of communications from the U.S. Government consisting of instructions in the event Mexico declared war, justification of and motives for war, various reports to Washington, communications with Mexican officials in Alta California, accounts of the military operations in California, the articles of capitulation entered into at Rancho of Cowanga on January 13, 1847, all of which are interspersed with personal observations and comments by the author. The final chapter deals with the question of whether slavery would ...
Looking Within While Working Abroad: Experiences From An Ihp Trustees Fellow In The Field, 2017 SIT Graduate Institute
Looking Within While Working Abroad: Experiences From An Ihp Trustees Fellow In The Field, Caitlyn Clark
International travel has the potential to be a life-changing and transformative experience. Those who travel, work, or study abroad are likely to learn about themselves and their place within the greater global community. Studying abroad, in particular, can foster this by introducing new experiences, creating opportunities for meaningful self-reflection, and encouraging the application of new ideas, whereby students develop a sense of agency and capacity for change. Study abroad practitioners have the responsibility to aid in this process of discovery, by supporting students’ emotional and physical well-being while encouraging them to embrace discomfort and disruptive experiences. For educators committed to ...
The Case For Christ (Movie Review), 2017 Dordt College
The Case For Christ (Movie Review), Joshua Matthews
Faculty Work: Comprehensive List
"The Case for Christ tries to present a rational defense of Christ’s death and resurrection."
Posting about the movie The Case for Christ from In All Things - an online journal for critical reflection on faith, culture, art, and every ordinary-yet-graced square inch of God’s creation.
Review Of: "The Romantic National Tale And The Question Of Ireland" By Ina Ferris, 2017 Selected Works
Review Of: "The Romantic National Tale And The Question Of Ireland" By Ina Ferris, Julie M. Dugger
The Romantic National Tale and the Question of Ireland, by Ina Ferris, covers territory well beyond that suggested by its title. Ina Ferris traces developments not only in the Irish national tale, but also in other fictional forms—Irish Gothic and “novels of insurgency”—and in non-fiction including travel narratives, memoirs, and political speeches. All of these genres, she argues, played a key role in shaping national subjectivity in a post-Union, pre-Catholic Emancipation Ireland. Beginning with the Act of Union and concluding with the Emancipation agitation of the 1820s, Ferris uses an impressive synthesis of textual analysis, British Romantic and ...
"I’M A Feminist, But…”: Popular Romance In The Women’S Literature Classroom, 2017 Western Washington University
"I’M A Feminist, But…”: Popular Romance In The Women’S Literature Classroom, Julie M. Dugger
The enduring popularity of the romance novel makes it an ideal genre to use in teaching feminist literary theory because it raises two compelling questions. What is the women’s studies critic to do when a genre dominated by women writers and readers appears to conflict with feminist ideals? And what are teachers to do when that conflict turns up in the classroom: when students feel a disjunction between their pre-existing reading practices and the critical theories that inform their studies? The opposition between feminist theory and women’s popular reading practices, in scholarship and in the classroom, is an ...
Número 21: Primer Domingo De Adviento - Primer Domingo Después De Navidad, 2017 Luther Seminary
Número 21: Primer Domingo De Adviento - Primer Domingo Después De Navidad
Estudios Exégeticos Homiléticos
02.12.2001 – Primer Domingo de Adviento – Samuel Almada
Isaías 2:1-5; Salmo 122; Romanos 13:11-14; Mateo 24:36-44
09.12.2001 – Segundo Domingo de Adviento – Samuel Almada
Isaías 11:1-10; Salmo 72:1-7.18-19; Romanos 15:4-13; Mateo 3:1-12
16.12.2001 – Tercer Domingo de Adviento – Samuel Almada
Salmo 146:4-9 o Lucas 1:47-55; Santiago 5:7-10; Mateo 11:2-11
23.12.2001 – Cuarto Domingo de Adviento – Samuel Almada
Isaías 7:10-16; Salmo 80:1-7,16-18; Romanos 1:1-7; Mateo 1:18-25
24.12.2001 – Nochebuena – Samuel Almada
Isaías 9:2-7; Salmo 96; Tito 2:11-14 ...
Número 20: 22º Domingo Después De Pentecostés - Último Domingo Después De Pentecostés, 2017 Luther Seminary
Número 20: 22º Domingo Después De Pentecostés - Último Domingo Después De Pentecostés
Estudios Exégeticos Homiléticos
04.11.2001 – 22º Domingo después de Pentecostés – Dr. Néstor Míguez
Isaías 1:10-18; Salmo 32:1-8; 2 Tesalonicenses 1:1-4.11-12; Lucas 19:1-10
11.11.2001 – 23º Domingo después de Pentecostés – Dr. Néstor Míguez
Job 19: 23-27; Salmo 17:1-9; 2 Tesalonicenses 2:1-5.13-17; Lucas 20:27-38.
18.11.2001 – Penúltimo Domingo después de Pentecostés – Dr. Néstor Míguez
Malaquías 4: l-2ª; Salmo 98; 2 Tesalonicenses 3: 6-13; Lucas 21: 5-19
25.11.2001 – Último Domingo después de Pentecostés – Dr. Néstor Míguez
(En algunas tradiciones, este domingo recibe el nombre de Cristo Rey)
Jeremías 23: 1-6; Salmo 46 ...
Número 19: 18º Domingo Después De Pentecostés - 21º Domingo Después De Pentecostés, 2017 Luther Seminary
Número 19: 18º Domingo Después De Pentecostés - 21º Domingo Después De Pentecostés
Estudios Exégeticos Homiléticos
07.10.2001 – 18º Domingo después de Pentecostés –Severino Croatto
Habacuc 1:1-4; 2:1-4; Salmo 37:1-10; 2 Timoteo 1:1-14; Lucas 17:5-10
14.10.2001 – 19º Domingo después de Pentecostés – Severino Croatto
2 Reyes 5:1-3, 7-15c; Salmo 111; 2 Timoteo 2:8-15; Lucas 17:11-19
21.10.2001 – 20º Domingo después de Pentecostés – Severino Croatto
Génesis 32:22-31; Salmo 121; 2 Timoteo 3:14, 4:5; Lucas 18:1-8
28.10.2001 – 21º Domingo después de Pentecostés – Severino Croatto
Jeremías 14:7-10, 19-22 o Eclesiástico 35:12-17; Salmo 84:1-6; 2 Timoteo 4:6-8, 16-18; Lucas ...
Número 18: 13º Domingo Después De Pentecostés - 17º Domingo Después De Pentecostés, 2017 Luther Seminary
Número 18: 13º Domingo Después De Pentecostés - 17º Domingo Después De Pentecostés
Estudios Exégeticos Homiléticos
02.09.2001 – 13º Domingo después de Pentecostés – Mercedes García Bachmann
Proverbios 25:6-7 o Eclesiastés 10:12-18; Salmo 112; Hebreos 13:1-8. 15-16; Lucas 14:1.7-14
09.09.2001 – 14º Domingo después de Pentecostés – René Krüger
Deuteronomio 30:15-20; Salmo 1; Filemón 1-21, Lucas 14:25-33
16.09.2001 – 15º Domingo después de Pentecostés – Mercedes García Bachmann
Éxodo 32:7-14; Salmo 51:1-11; 1 Timoteo 1:12-17; Lucas 15:1-10
23.09.2001 – 16º Domingo después de Pentecostés – Mercedes García Bachmann
Amós 8:4-7; Salmo 113; 1 Timoteo 2:1-7, Lucas 16:1-13
30.09.2001 – 17º Domingo ...
Número 17: 9º Domingo Después De Pentecostés - 12º Domingo Después De Pentecostés, 2017 Luther Seminary
Número 17: 9º Domingo Después De Pentecostés - 12º Domingo Después De Pentecostés
Estudios Exégeticos Homiléticos
05.08.2001 – 9º Domingo después de Pentecostés – René Krüger
Eclesiastés 1:2, 12-14; 2:18-23; Salmo 49:1-11; Colosenses 3:1-11; Lucas 12:13-21
12.08.2001 – 10º Domingo después de Pentecostés – René Krüger
Génesis 15:1-6; Salmo 33:12-22; Hebreos 11:1-3, 8-16; Lucas 12:32-48
19.08.2001 – 11º Domingo después de Pentecostés – René Krüger
Jeremías 23:23-29; Salmo 82; Hebreos 11:29-12:2; Lucas 12:49-56
26.08.2001 – 12º Domingo después de Pentecostés – René Krüger
Isaías 58:9b-14; Salmo 10 3:1-8; Hebreos 12:18-29; Lucas 13:10-17
Número 16: 4º Domingo Después De Pentecostés - 8º Domingo Después De Pentecostés, 2017 Luther Seminary
Número 16: 4º Domingo Después De Pentecostés - 8º Domingo Después De Pentecostés
Estudios Exégeticos Homiléticos
01.07.2001 – 4º Domingo después de Pentecostés – Pablo R. Andiñach
1 Reyes 19:15-16, 19-21; Salmo 16; Gálatas 5:1, 13-25; Lucas 9:51-62
08.07.2001 – 5º Domingo después de Pentecostés – Pablo R. Andiñach
Isaías 66:10-14; Salmo 66:1-8; Gálatas 6:[l-6] 7-16; Lucas 10:1-11, 17-20
15.07.2001 – 6º Domingo después de Pentecostés – Pablo R. Andiñach
Deuteronomio 30:9-14; Salmo 25:1-9; Colosenses 1:1-14; Lucas 10:25-37
22.07.2001 – 7º Domingo después de Pentecostés – Pablo R. Andiñach
Génesis 18:1-10a; Salmo 15; Colosenses 1:15-28; Lucas 10:38-42
29.07.2001 – 8º Domingo ...