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Slight Shifts, María Sonia Cristoff 2011 University of Iowa

Slight Shifts, María Sonia Cristoff

International Writing Program Archive of Residents' Work

Panel: Genre Lit: Bodice Rippers, Aliens and High Form


Season Of Chrysanthemum, Chan Soon Park 2011 University of Iowa

Season Of Chrysanthemum, Chan Soon Park

International Writing Program Archive of Residents' Work

Panel: Genre Lit: Bodice Rippers, Aliens and High Form


The Misery And More, Hon Nhien Phan 2011 University of Iowa

The Misery And More, Hon Nhien Phan

International Writing Program Archive of Residents' Work

Panel: Genre Lit: Bodice Rippers, Aliens and High Form


Egwu-Onwa: A Convergence Of Delightful, Mind-Blowing Literary Forms, Ogochukwu Promise 2011 University of Iowa

Egwu-Onwa: A Convergence Of Delightful, Mind-Blowing Literary Forms, Ogochukwu Promise

International Writing Program Archive of Residents' Work

Panel: Genre Lit: Bodice Rippers, Aliens and High Form


Beauty Is The Only Genre I Believe In, Eugenia Rico 2011 University of Iowa

Beauty Is The Only Genre I Believe In, Eugenia Rico

International Writing Program Archive of Residents' Work

Panel: Genre Lit: Bodice Rippers, Aliens and High Form


Concert: Liszt Festival Ii - The Dualities Of Liszt, Charis Dimaras, Karl Lutchmayer, Allison Weissmann 2011 Ithaca College

Concert: Liszt Festival Ii - The Dualities Of Liszt, Charis Dimaras, Karl Lutchmayer, Allison Weissmann

All Concert & Recital Programs

No abstract provided.


Elective Recital: Nicole Kukieza, Tuba, Nicole Kukieza 2011 Ithaca College

Elective Recital: Nicole Kukieza, Tuba, Nicole Kukieza

All Concert & Recital Programs

No abstract provided.


Re-Evaluating Vietnam’S Nghe-Tinh Soviets (1930-1931) Using A Historical Gis: Some Preliminary Observations, David W. Del Testa 2011 Bucknell University

Re-Evaluating Vietnam’S Nghe-Tinh Soviets (1930-1931) Using A Historical Gis: Some Preliminary Observations, David W. Del Testa

Faculty Journal Articles

The Nghe-Tinh Soviets of 1930-1931, a rebellion against colonial authority in north-central and central colonial Vietnam, has received extensive analysis by a variety of commentators and scholars, both Vietnamese and not. Most scholars, Vietnam and internationally, settled on some view of immiseration combined with the presence of pro-communist organizers as the motive forces for the rebellion, but a few have favored questions of political dissatisfaction and local empowerment as underlying motivations for revolt. Until recently, examining the rebellion on a gross scale in order to test either theory has proven difficult, with a surfeit of information but no easy way ...


El Gracioso En El Teatro De Calderón: Un Análisis Desde Las Humanidades Digitales, Miriam A. Peña-Pimentel 2011 The University of Western Ontario

El Gracioso En El Teatro De Calderón: Un Análisis Desde Las Humanidades Digitales, Miriam A. Peña-Pimentel

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

This study has two equally important objectives: firstly, the design of a new methodology for analyzing literary texts that make use of new technologies to facilitate the task of the researcher. Secondly, the application of the methodology to a selection of Calderón de la Barca´s comedies to analyze the central role that the character of the gracioso plays in defining the essential characteristics of such plays.

The methodology presented here helps to manage large amounts of information while maintaining the semantic structure inherent in the dramatic text. It is divided into five distinct phases: manual annotation of the works ...


Prophet Of The Electric Age: Marshall Mcluhan’S Post-Curial Catholicism, Michael W. Higgins 2011 Sacred Heart University

Prophet Of The Electric Age: Marshall Mcluhan’S Post-Curial Catholicism, Michael W. Higgins

Mission and Catholic Identity Publications

The author explores the Catholicism of Herbert Marshall McLuhan, a Canadian literary scholar and communications theorist. The author notes that McLuhan's Catholicism seldom surfaces in the writings of his biographers. Higgins believes McLuhan's Catholicisim deserves a fuller exploration since faith was profoundly constitutive in his life and thought. The author also claims that McLuhan's reasons for conversion differentiated him from the conventional intellectual.


Octubafest 2011: Andy Rummel, Andy Rummel, Tuba 2011 Illinois State University

Octubafest 2011: Andy Rummel, Andy Rummel, Tuba

School of Music Programs

Kemp Recital Hall
October 7, 2011
Friday Evening
8:00 p.m.


Kay Lawrence : Land, Self, Loss, Diana Wood Conroy 2011 University of Wollongong

Kay Lawrence : Land, Self, Loss, Diana Wood Conroy

Diana Wood Conroy

A Gorgon in the mid-threads of a shawl, fringed with serpents is the description of a baby's shawl, the key motif of the story of the mythical Greek Kreusa. Raped by Apollo, the young princess hid their baby Ion in a cave at birth, wrapped in a covering woven with a Gorgon head she had made herself. His later recognition as a grown man, her son, by a distraught Kreusa depended on the identification of these figured cloths that she had woven as a girl. On this distinctive evidence which gave Ion his genealogical birthright hung the future of ...


Setting Up Your Concert Percussion Section For Success, Joseph Tornello 2011 Boise State University

Setting Up Your Concert Percussion Section For Success, Joseph Tornello

Joseph F. Tornello

Often directors try to select repertoire that will engage the entire percussion section. Once the music has been selected, what is the best way to setup the section, both musically and logistically? This session will explore options as they relate to the location of concert percussion instruments and equipment within the section and the band as a whole.


Re-Evaluating Vietnam’S Nghe-Tinh Soviets (1930-1931) Using A Historical Gis: Some Preliminary Observations, David W. Del Testa 2011 Bucknell University

Re-Evaluating Vietnam’S Nghe-Tinh Soviets (1930-1931) Using A Historical Gis: Some Preliminary Observations, David W. Del Testa

David W Del Testa

The Nghe-Tinh Soviets of 1930-1931, a rebellion against colonial authority in north-central and central colonial Vietnam, has received extensive analysis by a variety of commentators and scholars, both Vietnamese and not. Most scholars, Vietnam and internationally, settled on some view of immiseration combined with the presence of pro-communist organizers as the motive forces for the rebellion, but a few have favored questions of political dissatisfaction and local empowerment as underlying motivations for revolt. Until recently, examining the rebellion on a gross scale in order to test either theory has proven difficult, with a surfeit of information but no easy way ...


Roman Wall Paintings In The Pafos Theatre, Diana Wood Conroy 2011 University of Wollongong

Roman Wall Paintings In The Pafos Theatre, Diana Wood Conroy

Diana Wood Conroy

The fragments of painted plaster were first found in the 1996 and 1997 Pafos Theatre seasons in trenches lR and 1J on the south side of Wall 108 (the analemma), where the parodos provides an entrance to the orchestra on the western side of the theatre. Encrusted plaster with faint indications of colour and pattern still adhered to Wall 108. Other coarser fragments of red on cream were found in 1999 in the IR-IJ extension to the west. The extensive excavation of the western parodos area in 2001 (Trench IFF) revealed many more painted plaster fragments, some on curved sandstone ...


Wall Paintings In The Icarus Street Tomb, Pafos, Diana Wood Conroy 2011 University of Wollongong

Wall Paintings In The Icarus Street Tomb, Pafos, Diana Wood Conroy

Diana Wood Conroy

Wall painting extended the impressive effect of the vaulted architecture of the Icarus Str. tomb, placing a decorative skin of vibrant garlands, flowers, and birds over the shapely arched niches. Varied images painted on the two arcosolia on the right of the tomb entrance, and on the elegant central arcosolium opposite, show the long span of the tomb's use.


Fabrics Of Change : Trading Identities, Diana Wood Conroy, Emma Rutherford 2011 University of Wollongong

Fabrics Of Change : Trading Identities, Diana Wood Conroy, Emma Rutherford

Diana Wood Conroy

Fabrics of Change : Trading Identities explores textiles and their intrinsic relationship to texts of law and literature across an historical and contemporary span of British colonisation.


Breathing Space, Liz Jeneid, Diana Wood Conroy, Stephen Ingham 2011 University of Wollongong

Breathing Space, Liz Jeneid, Diana Wood Conroy, Stephen Ingham

Diana Wood Conroy

‘Breathing space’ is about marking time through breath. When breath stops, time stops for each individual chronology. Re-iteration, repeating with variation again and again, in and out, is the rhythm of craft, of skill in drawing and making. Reiteration mirrors the arduous patterns of ancient textiles, ceramics, or inscriptions, patterns derived from images of feathers, scales, or leaves.


A Dictatorship Of Meaning: Villainizing Multiple Perspectives, John M. Rudy 2011 Gettysburg College

A Dictatorship Of Meaning: Villainizing Multiple Perspectives, John M. Rudy

Interpreting the Civil War: Connecting the Civil War to the American Public

I read Louis De Caro's "John Brown the Abolitionist -- A Biographer's Blog" regularly because I deeply respect the work which DeCaro has done in researching Brown, particularly putting him into the context of his religious life. I assigned "Fire from the Midst of You": A Religious Life of John Brown to the students in my class this semester on Brown, as it is an intriguing look at the abolitionist. But I read DeCaro's blog because I don't agree with him on many of his criticisms of how Brown is interpreted in a modern context. I try ...


Green Valley High School Symphonic Band & Unlv Wind Orchestra, Diane Koutsulis, Thomas Leslie, Zane Douglass, David Waybright 2011 Green Valley High School

Green Valley High School Symphonic Band & Unlv Wind Orchestra, Diane Koutsulis, Thomas Leslie, Zane Douglass, David Waybright

Orchestra

Program listing performers and works performed.


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