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Catholicity And Faculty Seminars, Richard M. Liddy 2010 Seton Hall University

Catholicity And Faculty Seminars, Richard M. Liddy

Richard M Liddy

No abstract provided.


Surveillance Cinema: Narrative Between Technology And Politics, Catherine Zimmer 2010 Pace University

Surveillance Cinema: Narrative Between Technology And Politics, Catherine Zimmer

Catherine Zimmer

No abstract provided.


Method In Catholic Studies, Richard M. Liddy 2010 Seton Hall University

Method In Catholic Studies, Richard M. Liddy

Richard M Liddy

No abstract provided.


Calo Of A Chicano From "Carlos-Malo, Califas", Refugio I. Rochin 2010 University of California, Davis/Santa Cruz

Calo Of A Chicano From "Carlos-Malo, Califas", Refugio I. Rochin

Refugio I. Rochin

Caló is the language used in Chicano neighborhoods; a source of identity and intimacy among English Language Learners with Spanish roots. Caló shapes character and lives of many who cross-communicate within the US and abroad. This is a story of my life with Caló - as a global consultant and academic with experiences in several different communities and countries, from the 1960s to 2012.


Review- Startling Strangeness: Reading Lonergan's Insight. By Richard M. Liddy., Michael McGuckian 2010 Seton Hall University

Review- Startling Strangeness: Reading Lonergan's Insight. By Richard M. Liddy., Michael Mcguckian

Richard M Liddy

No abstract provided.


Resistance Meets Spirituality: "I Prayed On It", Vonzell Agosto, Zorka Karanxha 2010 University of South Florida

Resistance Meets Spirituality: "I Prayed On It", Vonzell Agosto, Zorka Karanxha

Zorka Karanxha

In this article we describe the lived experiences of a Black female educational leader who has studied and worked in the academy and in the field of K-12 education. This partial life history, excavated through the tenets of Critical Race Theory (CRT), illuminates the social construction of race and the pervasiveness and permanence of racism. We determined through a series of interviews that the participant’s resilient resistance is guided by critical spirituality so that circumstances and people who challenge her also confront this source of power. Her lived experience, from student to faculty member, conveys the challenges and opportunities ...


Catalogue Essay, Lucas M. Ihlein 2010 University of Wollongong

Catalogue Essay, Lucas M. Ihlein

Lucas M Ihlein

No abstract provided.


Daily Spiritual Experiences And Prosocial Behavior, Christopher J. Einolf 2010 DePaul University

Daily Spiritual Experiences And Prosocial Behavior, Christopher J. Einolf

Christopher J Einolf

This paper examines how the Daily Spiritual Experiences Scale (DSES) relates to range of prosocial behaviors, using a large, nationally representative U.S. data set. It finds that daily spiritual experiences are a statistically and substantively significant predictor of volunteering, charitable giving, and helping individuals one knows personally. Daily spiritual experiences better predict helping to distant others than to friends and family, indicating that they may motivate helping by fostering an extensive definition of one’s moral community. The relationship between the DSES and helping is not moderated by sympathy and is robust to the inclusion of most religiosity measures ...


Violin Sonata I, Jonathan D. Green 2010 Illinois Wesleyan University

Violin Sonata I, Jonathan D. Green

Jonathan D Green

violin, piano, 12 minutes


The Pot, Holly Butchyk 2010 Trinity College

The Pot, Holly Butchyk

Holly Butchyk

No abstract provided.


Leibniz On Logic And Metaphysics, Henrik Lagerlund 2010 The University of Western Ontario

Leibniz On Logic And Metaphysics, Henrik Lagerlund

Henrik Lagerlund

No abstract provided.


The Mona Lisa Effect, gene washington 2010 Utah State University

The Mona Lisa Effect, Gene Washington

Gene Washington

A short play about the effect of the theft of Leonardo's Mona Lisa from the Louve in 1911. Many people, including Franz Kafka, came to see the black space where it once hung. The idea for this piece comes from two sources. One is the theft of Leonardo's Mona Lisa in 1911 (missing for two years) and the heightened attraction this caused. The other source was the author observing masses of tourists frequenting the Louve solely (?) for the purpose of being in the area where the picture is hung but without being able to penetrate the crowd to ...


Bondage And Barbeques, Margot D. Weiss 2010 Wesleyan University

Bondage And Barbeques, Margot D. Weiss

Margot Weiss

Interview in Method Magazine


'The White Man Laughs': Commentary On The Satiric Dramatic Monologues Of Gabriel Okara, Chukwuma Azuonye 2010 University of Massachusetts Boston

'The White Man Laughs': Commentary On The Satiric Dramatic Monologues Of Gabriel Okara, Chukwuma Azuonye

Chukwuma Azuonye

Examined in the present article are two early satiric lyrics of Gabriel Okara—“Once Upon a Time” and “He Laughed and Laughed and Laughed”—which are the products of the postcolonial cultural war environment in which the issues of modernity, alterity (otherness or difference) and afro-authenticity implicated in Achebe’s ripostes on the bigotry of the colonialist critic were central. The tone of this discourse amongst leading African intelligentsia was set in the 1930’s and 1940’s by four fellow south-eastern Nigerian writers in their semi-autobiographical blueprints for African cultural emancipation—Renascent Africa ((1937)) by Nnamdi Azikiwe (1904–1996 ...


How Newton Solved The Mind-Body Problem, Geoffrey A. Gorham 2010 Macalester College

How Newton Solved The Mind-Body Problem, Geoffrey A. Gorham

Geoffrey A. Gorham

No abstract provided.


A River Interrupted: Making The Case For Changing Our Management Of The Rio Grande, Anne M. Giangiulio 2010 University of Texas at El Paso

A River Interrupted: Making The Case For Changing Our Management Of The Rio Grande, Anne M. Giangiulio

Anne M. Giangiulio

Designed and helped to install the exhibit 'A River Interrupted: Making the Case for Changing our Management of the Rio Grande' on display May 17–December 22, 2011 at The Centennial Museum at The University of Texas at El Paso. This bilingual exhibit's content was created by faculty and students of UTEP's Department of Biology and Center for Environmental Resource Management. The exhibit features data gathered by them and the World Wildlife Fund. Please be patient when downloading as file is 2.7 MB


From Luke To John: Lazarus, Mary, And Martha In The Fourth Gospel, Keith L. Yoder 2010 University of Massachusetts

From Luke To John: Lazarus, Mary, And Martha In The Fourth Gospel, Keith L. Yoder

Keith L. Yoder

Here I examine John’s Raising of Lazarus and Anointing of Jesus texts and explore literary parallels with Luke’s Lazarus and Mary/Martha texts. I show first that there is a significant and orderly array of such parallels between the Luke and John texts, constituting strong evidence of inter-textual influence between Luke and John. I then show that this relationship is literary rather than oral, and that the literary dependence flows from Luke to John. This paper was not accepted for presentation by the panel moderator.  
NOTE of 2 July 2017: I will be revising this essay this year ...


Review: Gilroy Darker Than Blue, Shiera S. el-Malik 2010 DePaul University

Review: Gilroy Darker Than Blue, Shiera S. El-Malik

Shiera S el-Malik

No abstract provided.


The Final Cut: End-Of-Life Empowerment Through Video Documentary, Broderick Fox 2010 Occidental College

The Final Cut: End-Of-Life Empowerment Through Video Documentary, Broderick Fox

Broderick Fox

This article examines assisted video autobiographies that seek to break taboos around visualizing natural death and dying. Turning the camera onto death in one sense posits limit-cases to photographic representation and documentary ethics. The videos in question, however, each propose routes to active, shared authorship in their production that parallel the possibilities for active, agented, and communally-experienced dying and death that have become all-too-rare in Western society. The chapter closes with a meditation on the potentials for and limitations on such independent video discourse around dying and death in the digital age.


Shooting Pains: Addressing Illness-Related Pain Through Video Autobiography, Broderick Fox 2010 Occidental College

Shooting Pains: Addressing Illness-Related Pain Through Video Autobiography, Broderick Fox

Broderick Fox

No abstract provided.


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