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Convocation, Jonathan Jefferson, Michaela Linderman, Danielle Usiak, Holly Proctor, Carolina Gamazo, Stacy Honaker, Belinda Martinez, Amber Poulos, Senequa Malone, Jieun Kim, Nancy Porter, Valeria Ore, Susan Easter, Thomas Gaff 2011 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Convocation, Jonathan Jefferson, Michaela Linderman, Danielle Usiak, Holly Proctor, Carolina Gamazo, Stacy Honaker, Belinda Martinez, Amber Poulos, Senequa Malone, Jieun Kim, Nancy Porter, Valeria Ore, Susan Easter, Thomas Gaff

Convocations

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2010-2011 Performance Forum - April 13, 2011, Brian Garcia, Aaron Heine, Dragana Simonovska, Alex MacDonald, Jullian Reiter-Brown, Raul Rodriguez, Peter Pirotte, Seba Ali, Maria Lyapkova, Anastasiya Timofeeva, Bianca Cortes 2011 Lynn University

2010-2011 Performance Forum - April 13, 2011, Brian Garcia, Aaron Heine, Dragana Simonovska, Alex Macdonald, Jullian Reiter-Brown, Raul Rodriguez, Peter Pirotte, Seba Ali, Maria Lyapkova, Anastasiya Timofeeva, Bianca Cortes

Performance Forum

No abstract provided.


Junior Recital: Elizabeth Waltman, Bass Trombone, Elizabeth Waltman 2011 Ithaca College

Junior Recital: Elizabeth Waltman, Bass Trombone, Elizabeth Waltman

All Concert & Recital Programs

No abstract provided.


Aristotle’S Naïve Somatism, Alain E. Ducharme 2011 The University of Western Ontario

Aristotle’S Naïve Somatism, Alain E. Ducharme

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

Aristotle’s Naïve Somatism is a re-interpretation of Aristotle’s cognitive psychology in light of certain presuppositions he holds about the living animal body. The living animal body is presumed to be sensitive, and Aristotle grounds his account of cognition in a rudimentary proprioceptive awareness one has of her body. With that presupposed metaphysics under our belts, we are in a position to see that Aristotle in de Anima (cognition chapters at least) has a di erent explanatory aim in view than that which the literature generally imputes to him. He is not explicating what we would call the “mental ...


Interview On Bookbinding Now With Susan Mills, Peter D. Verheyen, Susan Mills 2011 Syracuse University

Interview On Bookbinding Now With Susan Mills, Peter D. Verheyen, Susan Mills

Peter D Verheyen

Interview of Peter Verheyen on Bookbinding Now, a New York-based community podcast posted every other Wednesday. Bookbinding Now is hosted by Susan Mills in conjunction with Full Tilt at http://www.bookbindingnow.com/.

The interview discusses Verheyen's German apprenticeship training in bookbinding, education and training in the book arts, business aspects, as well as Verheyen's own work.

Peter Verheyen is a conservator and bookbinder. He created and maintains The Book Arts Web and is the founder and publisher of an e-journal, The Bonefolder.


Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907 (Sc 164), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2011 Western Kentucky University

Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907 (Sc 164), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 164. “Love’s Calendar,” handwritten poem by Thomas Bailey Aldrich. The Atlantic Monthly, of which Aldrich would later become editor, published the poem under the title “Snow” in its March 1866 issue.


City Of Slow Dissolve, John M. Chavez 2011 English Language & Literature

City Of Slow Dissolve, John M. Chavez

Dissertations, Theses, and Student Research: Department of English

City of Slow Dissolve examines identity, displacement, and construction of the self. Beginning with the persona’s root location of Colorado Springs, Colorado, moving to Detroit, Michigan and concluding with Las Cruces, New Mexico, the speaker of the included poems articulates the complexities of lived emotion (e.g., anxiety, anger, guilt, and eventual acceptance), of the critical evaluation of one’s surroundings, and of the fractures of the self as the result of elected displacement in the service of personal advancement. It is with this in mind that these poems avoid thematizing what it means to be a Latin@ living ...


Leading Innovation: Creating A Culture Of Sustainability Workshop Presentation, Connie I. Reimers-Hild 2011 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Leading Innovation: Creating A Culture Of Sustainability Workshop Presentation, Connie I. Reimers-Hild

Kimmel Education and Research Center - Faculty & Staff Publications

A workshop designed to lead sustainable innovation with a focus on Dr. Connie's "5 Rays" of Innovation


The Most Happy Fella, April 12 – 23, 2011, Theatre Sheridan 2011 Sheridan College

The Most Happy Fella, April 12 – 23, 2011, Theatre Sheridan

Theatre Sheridan Productions

The year is 1927. A young and harassed waitress in a San Francisco diner finds an expensive pin left behind along with a note addressed to her in broken English. It is a marriage proposal from Tony Esposito, an Italian grape farmer in Napa Valley. Intrigued, she replies, asking for a photograph. Tony, who is a large older man, sends her a picture of his foreman, a handsome young man named Joe. A few weeks later, the waitress arrives at Napa and discovers the subterfuge. She tries to leave, but Tony, who has been injured in a truck accident, pleads ...


Gesamtkunstwerk And Other Trifles: Poems, Derk A. Olthof 2011 Brigham Young University - Provo

Gesamtkunstwerk And Other Trifles: Poems, Derk A. Olthof

All Theses and Dissertations

In all their various categories, the arts serve as the dominant subject matter of Gesamtkunstwerk and Other Trifles. The title itself begins with a German word-meld—gesamt (total) + kunstwerk (work of art). Thus a primary aim of these poems is to bring as many elements of art together as possible and to use their various forms (self-portraits, nocturnes, odes, etc.) as metaphorical frameworks that inform abstractions such as regret ("How to Draw Regret"), psychological disorders ("Insomnia Nocturnes") and confusion in how one should feel about living realities as opposed to inanimate objects ("Dead Starling"). Most of the poems that are ...


Marshall University Music Department Presents A Senior Jazz Recital, Jason Mitchell, Alto Saxophone, Jason Mitchell 2011 Marshall University

Marshall University Music Department Presents A Senior Jazz Recital, Jason Mitchell, Alto Saxophone, Jason Mitchell

All Performances

No abstract provided.


2010-2011 Senior Recital - Jeffery Karlson (Trumpet), Jeffrey Karlson 2011 Lynn University

2010-2011 Senior Recital - Jeffery Karlson (Trumpet), Jeffrey Karlson

Junior and Senior Recitals

No abstract provided.


2010-2011 Master Of Music Recital - Cristina Rodriquez (French Horn), Cristina Rodriguez 2011 Lynn University

2010-2011 Master Of Music Recital - Cristina Rodriquez (French Horn), Cristina Rodriguez

Master of Music Recitals

No abstract provided.


2010-2011 Ppc Recital - Amr Selim (French Horn), Amr Selim, Yang Shen 2011 Lynn University

2010-2011 Ppc Recital - Amr Selim (French Horn), Amr Selim, Yang Shen

PPC/PSDP Recitals

No abstract provided.


Instrumental Chamber Music Recital, 2011 Cedarville University

Instrumental Chamber Music Recital

Student Recitals

No abstract provided.


Thompson, Harry Edgar, 1865-1964 (Sc 165), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2011 Western Kentucky University

Thompson, Harry Edgar, 1865-1964 (Sc 165), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 165. Materials related to education and teaching career of Harry Edgar Thompson. Includes commencement invitation and program of Southern Normal School, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 1888; letters of recommendation, 1888-1893; Kentucky and Texas teaching certificates, 1885-1891; clippings; photographs; and autobiographical note, 1958, of Thompson, later a chiropractor in McPherson, Kansas.


Kenneth Burke, John Dewey, And The Rhetoric Of Aesthetics, Meridith Reed 2011 Brigham Young University - Provo

Kenneth Burke, John Dewey, And The Rhetoric Of Aesthetics, Meridith Reed

All Theses and Dissertations

Kenneth Burke and John Dewey each published books on aesthetics in the 1930s. These texts present parallel conceptions of aesthetics as holding a distinctly rhetorical role in society. My project is to line up these theories, focusing particularly on two key terms in each theory: Burke's eloquence and Dewey's expression. Together, these two terms explain what constitutes an aesthetic experience and explain how an aesthetic experience can open up individuals in a society to a variety of perspectives and identifications. As individuals are allowed to inhabit the experiences of others through their interactions with art, they are poised ...


Buckner, Simon Bolivar, 1823-1914 (Sc 210), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2011 Western Kentucky University

Buckner, Simon Bolivar, 1823-1914 (Sc 210), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 210. Letter, 23 June 1866, from Simon Bolivar Buckner, New Orleans, to E. J. Mathews, New York, in reply to Mathews' request for an autograph.


Volume 11, Issue 25: April 11, 2011, Women's Studies & Gender Studies Program 2011 Loyola University Chicago

Volume 11, Issue 25: April 11, 2011, Women's Studies & Gender Studies Program

Women's Studies & Gender Studies: Digest Magazine

No abstract provided.


Will Karsten, Tuba, Will Karsten 2011 Western Michigan University

Will Karsten, Tuba, Will Karsten

School of Music Graduate Recitals

  • WILL KARSTEN, Tuba
  • Helen Lukan, Piano
  • assisted by the GRADUATE BRASS QUINTET Ayako Nakamura, Trumpet Ross Wixon, Trumpet Bob Lewis, Horn Nate Musch, Trombone

Will Karsten is a candidate for the Master of Music degree majoring in performance. He received his bachelor’s degree from Calvin College.


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