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The Specter Of Nihilism: On Hegel On Buddhism, Mario D'Amato, Robert T. Moore 2011 Rollins College

The Specter Of Nihilism: On Hegel On Buddhism, Mario D'Amato, Robert T. Moore

Student-Faculty Collaborative Research Publications

No abstract provided.


Labor Pains In The Academy, Lisa M. Tillmann Ph.D. 2011 Rollins College

Labor Pains In The Academy, Lisa M. Tillmann Ph.D.

Faculty Publications

This piece offers autoethnographic reflections on crossroads to which many academics come: whether to seek (or postpone or avoid) parenthood and when. The author deeply explores the personal (her own trajectories from daughter and sister to potential mother and from graduate student to full professor) in order to reflect on structural constraints associated with graduate education, the academic job market, and institutional policies and politics.


“Truth Systematised" : The Changing Debate Over Slavery And Abolition, 1761-1916, Robert P. Forbes 2011 University of Connecticut - Torrington

“Truth Systematised" : The Changing Debate Over Slavery And Abolition, 1761-1916, Robert P. Forbes

Torrington Articles

No abstract provided.


Chester And Me, Richard Goodman 2011 University of New Orleans

Chester And Me, Richard Goodman

English Faculty Publications

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Duplicities Of Power: Amiri Baraka’S And Lorenzo Thomas’S Responses To September 11, John Gery 2011 University of New Orleans

Duplicities Of Power: Amiri Baraka’S And Lorenzo Thomas’S Responses To September 11, John Gery

English Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Journal Of Mormon History Vol. 37, No. 2, Spring 2011, 2011 Utah State University

Journal Of Mormon History Vol. 37, No. 2, Spring 2011

Journal of Mormon History

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

--Alexander H. Smith: Remembering a Son of Joseph and Emma Smith Ronald E. Romig, 1

TANNER LECTURE

--Mormon Women and the Problem of Historical Agency Catherine A. Brekus, 59

ARTICLES

--The Power and Form of Godliness: Methodist Conversion Narratives and Joseph Smith’s First Vision Christopher C. Jones, 88

--The Convert Bride and the Domestic Goddess: Refashioning Female Spirituality in Mormon Historical Films Heather Bigley, 115

--Shaker Richard McNemar: The Earliest Book of Mormon Reviewer Christian Goodwillie, 138

--The Seminary System on Trial: The 1978 Lanner v. Wimmer Lawsuit Casey Paul Griffiths, 146

--Changing Portraits of the Elect ...


Laser Cutting Informatics, Charlotte Becket 2011 Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Pace University

Laser Cutting Informatics, Charlotte Becket

Cornerstone 2 Reports : Community Outreach and Empowerment Through Service Learning and Volunteerism

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Pace 9/11 Oral History Project, Maria T. Iacullo-Bird, Ellen Sowchek, Jennifer Thomas 2011 Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Pace University

Pace 9/11 Oral History Project, Maria T. Iacullo-Bird, Ellen Sowchek, Jennifer Thomas

Cornerstone 2 Reports : Community Outreach and Empowerment Through Service Learning and Volunteerism

No abstract provided.


Exploring The Strategic Alignment Of Performing Arts And Computing: Creating And Delivering Multimedia Performing Arts Content, Part Ii, Linda Jo Calloway, Robert Meffe 2011 Seidenberg School of CSIS, Pace University

Exploring The Strategic Alignment Of Performing Arts And Computing: Creating And Delivering Multimedia Performing Arts Content, Part Ii, Linda Jo Calloway, Robert Meffe

Cornerstone 3 Reports : Interdisciplinary Informatics

Our Exploring the Strategic Alignment of Performing Arts and Computing initiative aims to develop an interdisciplinary Seidenberg-Performing arts curriculum that will integrate into the performing arts program an expansion of exposure to information technology skills and expertise relevant to creating and delivering computer mediated content. During spring and fall terms 2010 we successfully launched the interdisciplinary course Creating with Web 2.0.

The fall 2010 offering includes majors from Finance, Marketing, Accounting, Computer Science, Information Systems and Performing Arts. The first offering enrolled 13 students from Marketing, Finance, Information Systems, Computer Science, Communications and Film.

During spring and fall 2011 ...


An Archaeobotanical Perspective On Environment, Plant Use, Agriculture, And Interregional Contact In South And Western Iran, Naomi F. Miller 2011 University of Pennsylvania

An Archaeobotanical Perspective On Environment, Plant Use, Agriculture, And Interregional Contact In South And Western Iran, Naomi F. Miller

University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Papers

Plant remains from archaeological sites reflect many aspects of the relationship between people, plants, and the environment in which they lived. Plant macroremains—seeds and wood that are visible without a microscope—can address a wide range of questions. The most basic include what crops were grown? What was used for fuel? Do any of the plants come from distant lands? Examples from fourth and third millennium deposits at Farukhabad, Sharafabad, Godin, and Malyan show that within the basic agricultural assemblage of wheat and barley shared by all sites, Sharafabad and Godin have stronger evidence of irrigation, lentil and flax ...


2011 - 105th Annual Summit, "Enough: Isaiah 1:11-17", Abilene Christian University, Abilene Christian University 2011 Abilene Christian University

2011 - 105th Annual Summit, "Enough: Isaiah 1:11-17", Abilene Christian University, Abilene Christian University

Lectureship and Summit Programs

No abstract provided.


Preface, Naomi F. Miller, Katherine M. Moore, Kathleen Ryan 2011 University of Pennsylvania

Preface, Naomi F. Miller, Katherine M. Moore, Kathleen Ryan

University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Papers

No abstract provided.


A Multi-Phase Examination Of Advanced Measures Of Music Audiation At Three American Music Schools, David A. Stringham, A. H. Snell II, R. F. Grunow 2011 James Madison University

A Multi-Phase Examination Of Advanced Measures Of Music Audiation At Three American Music Schools, David A. Stringham, A. H. Snell Ii, R. F. Grunow

David A. Stringham

No abstract provided.


Connecting The Dots From Virginia To Seattle, Karin Tollefson-Hall 2011 James Madison University

Connecting The Dots From Virginia To Seattle, Karin Tollefson-Hall

Karin Tollefson-Hall

No abstract provided.


生物信息庫研究中個人遺傳信息的告知, Min Liu 2011 Shanghai Clinical Research Center, China

生物信息庫研究中個人遺傳信息的告知, Min Liu

International Journal of Chinese & Comparative Philosophy of Medicine

The establishment of human biobanks has begun to play an important function in promoting healthcare in many countries. Biobanks can disclose genetic data and can be used to identify health- and disease-relevant environmental, individual, and clinical factors. Indeed, studies of genetic epidemiology and human genomics increasingly rely on the use of human biobanks, which have played a positive role in breakthroughs in chronic disease research. They have also strongly supported creative research on drugs and the improvement of therapeutic methods.

Currently, biobanks are an important target for development within the area of biomedicine. However, at least in the context of ...


Mapping Arts-Based Social Inclusion: A Diversity Of Ideas, Approaches, And Challenges, Mark J. Stern, Susan C. Seifert 2011 University of Pennsylvania

Mapping Arts-Based Social Inclusion: A Diversity Of Ideas, Approaches, And Challenges, Mark J. Stern, Susan C. Seifert

Arts-Based Social Inclusion and Immigrant Communities—2010-2011

This summary matrix accompanies the full report, Arts-Based Social Inclusion: An Investigation of Existing Assets and Innovative Strategies to Engage Immigrant Communities in Philadelphia (September 2010). See Section 4, "Arts-based Social Inclusion--A Typology."


Narratives Of Development: Models, Spectacles, And Calculability In Nick Cullather's The Hungry World, Nicole Sackley 2011 University of Richmond

Narratives Of Development: Models, Spectacles, And Calculability In Nick Cullather's The Hungry World, Nicole Sackley

History Faculty Publications

To describe The Hungry World: America's Cold War Battle Against Poverty in Asia as a history of the green revolution does not begin to convey the ambition and rewards of Nick Cullather's new book. In less than three hundred pages, Hungry World offers a detailed diplomatic, intellectual, and cultural history that spans more than a century and three continents. Cullather deepens and revises our understanding of the "green revolution" as a history of the Rockefeller Foundation and its "transfer" of agricultural technology from Mexico to Asia, in part by showing how the green revolution's intellectual and political ...


Foreign-Born Population Of Philadelphia, Composition And Change, 2000-2007, Mark J. Stern, Susan C. Seifert 2011 University of Pennsylvania

Foreign-Born Population Of Philadelphia, Composition And Change, 2000-2007, Mark J. Stern, Susan C. Seifert

Arts-Based Social Inclusion and Immigrant Communities—2010-2011

This map series accompanies the full report, Arts-Based Social Inclusion: An Investigation of Existing Assets and Innovative Strategies to Engage Immigrant Communities in Philadelphia (September 2010). See Section 3, "The Changing Profile of Metropolitan Philadelphia's Immigrant Communities."


Archeological Investigations At Fort Boggy State Park, Leon County, Texas, Timothy K. Perttula, Bo Nelson, Jon C. Lohse 2011 Tejas Archaeology

Archeological Investigations At Fort Boggy State Park, Leon County, Texas, Timothy K. Perttula, Bo Nelson, Jon C. Lohse

Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State

This report concerns archaeological site assessment work at Fort Boggy State Park, in Leon County, Texas, carried out by the Center for Archaeological Studies at Texas State University-San Marcos (CAS) under the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s (TPWD) annual Antiquities Permit No. 5529. The archaeological site relocation and assessment work took place between July 6 and August 3, 2010. TPWD asked CAS to relocate, assess, and update the character of each of the 80 previously recorded sites at Fort Boggy State Park. Additionally, each site was to be assessed for its eligibility for inclusion in the National Register of ...


Skunk River Review 2010-11, Vol 23, Troy Bishop, Zachary Gardner, Sondra Householder, Roger Vasey, Zachary Morgan, Mikhail Ilyenko, Laura Lawler, Savannah Wood, Shawn Armstrong, Kennedy LaVille, Kevin Cramp, Lara Vogel, Sharry Hayes, Leslie McMullin, Ross McInteer, Angel Corbin, Joseph Brinkman, Tony Guerra 2011 Des Moines Area Community College

Skunk River Review 2010-11, Vol 23, Troy Bishop, Zachary Gardner, Sondra Householder, Roger Vasey, Zachary Morgan, Mikhail Ilyenko, Laura Lawler, Savannah Wood, Shawn Armstrong, Kennedy Laville, Kevin Cramp, Lara Vogel, Sharry Hayes, Leslie Mcmullin, Ross Mcinteer, Angel Corbin, Joseph Brinkman, Tony Guerra

Skunk River Review

Welcome to the 2010-2011 edition of The Skunk River Review!

As the new editor of this publication, I was excited to see the number of submissions and the overwhelming enthusiasm of the students. This year's publication includes work from Composition I, Composition II, Literature, and College Resources courses.

Whereas The Skunk River Review is academic work that begins in the classroom, it also reflects student's interests. The essays are not edited for MLA format or general errors because the publication is used as a teaching tool in many classrooms.


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