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Latinos In Special Education: Equity Issues At The Intersection Of Language, Culture, And Ability Differences, Alfredo J. Artiles, Amanda L. Sullivan, Federico R. Waitoller, Rebecca A. Neal 2009 Arizona State University at the Tempe Campus

Latinos In Special Education: Equity Issues At The Intersection Of Language, Culture, And Ability Differences, Alfredo J. Artiles, Amanda L. Sullivan, Federico R. Waitoller, Rebecca A. Neal

Rebecca Neal

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Radio Appearance-Kvot, Melanie Sumner 2009 Kennesaw State University

Radio Appearance-Kvot, Melanie Sumner

Melanie Sumner

Abstract forthcoming


The Ghost Of Milagro Creek, Melanie Sumner 2009 Kennesaw State University

The Ghost Of Milagro Creek, Melanie Sumner

Melanie Sumner

Co-writer and producer of the book trailer for the novel


Television Appearance-Fox News, Melanie Sumner 2009 Kennesaw State University

Television Appearance-Fox News, Melanie Sumner

Melanie Sumner

Abstract forthcoming


Radio Appearance-Wrga, Melanie Sumner 2009 Kennesaw State University

Radio Appearance-Wrga, Melanie Sumner

Melanie Sumner

Abstract forthcoming


Radio Appearance-Kvot, Melanie Sumner 2009 Kennesaw State University

Radio Appearance-Kvot, Melanie Sumner

Melanie Sumner

Abstract forthcoming


Radio Appearance-National Public Radio, Melanie Sumner 2009 Kennesaw State University

Radio Appearance-National Public Radio, Melanie Sumner

Melanie Sumner

Abstract forthcoming


The Ghost Of Milagro Creek, Melanie Sumner 2009 Kennesaw State University

The Ghost Of Milagro Creek, Melanie Sumner

Melanie Sumner

The Ghost of Milagro Creek begins in the  barrio in the rugged and mystical landscape of New Mexico, where the enchantments of a curandera called Abuela cannot spare three young people from a tragic love affair that ends in murder.


Confucius, Joseph A. Adler 2009 adlerj@kenyon.edu

Confucius, Joseph A. Adler

Joseph Adler

The man we call Confucius was the founder of a religio-philosophical tradition that became almost synonymous with Chinese culture. From the second century BCE to the beginning of the 20th century “Confucianism” (Rujiao, literally “the teaching of the scholars”) was the official ideology of the Chinese imperial government and the reigning philosophy of education. As such, its values eventually permeated all levels of Chinese society. Confucius thereby became a cultural icon and a symbol for both the glories and the failures of traditional Chinese culture.


Faces Of The Florence Stockade, J. Michael Martinez 2009 Kennesaw State University

Faces Of The Florence Stockade, J. Michael Martinez

J. Michael Martinez

Abstract forthcoming.


On The Borderline, Jane Bergeron 2009 The University of Notre Dame Australia

On The Borderline, Jane Bergeron

Jane Bergeron

On the Borderline” is an original play co-written by theatre academic-practitioner Dr Clara Armand (New Buckingham University, UK) and Sally Wyatt. The world premiere was staged at the 535-seat Bloomsbury Theatre in London’s west end in May 2010. Set in England, it is about a twist of events at a Charity Ball that changes the lives of the four main characters forever.
Bergeron played one of the two principal female characters, Anne, a newspaper journalist who is the reincarnation of a historically-significant character, Anne Askew, a Tudor gentlewoman who lived in the 16th century at the court of Henry ...


Night Market, Robert I. Wolf 2009 The College of New Rochelle

Night Market, Robert I. Wolf

Robert Wolf

The Foley Gallery (Invitational Art Exhibition): Taken in Luang Prabang, Laos of a young woman selling her handmade crafts. Exhibited at a fundraiser for the Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund (VGIF), an international women's fund that sponsors projects that help advance the rights and improve the lives of women around the world. Curated by Meuller+Jacobs, Art Advisors. The Foley Gallery, 59 Orchard Street, NYC. December 8, 2015.


George And Irene, Jared Brown 2009 Illinois Wesleyan University

George And Irene, Jared Brown

Jared Brown

Three for the Show (3 one-act plays including Menage á trios, George and Irene and Rage), which Jared Brown directed at Heartland Theatre.


Menage Á Trois, Jared Brown 2009 Illinois Wesleyan University

Menage Á Trois, Jared Brown

Jared Brown

Three for the Show (3 one-act plays including Menage á trios, George and Irene and Rage), which Jared Brown directed at Heartland Theatre.


Interviewed By Joanne Brown, Laura A. Stivers 2009 School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Dominican University of California

Interviewed By Joanne Brown, Laura A. Stivers

Laura Stivers

No abstract available


Teaching Translations Of Translations, Anne Fountain 2009 San Jose State University

Teaching Translations Of Translations, Anne Fountain

Anne Fountain

This article describes how examining translations of translations can provide a useful pedagogical tool in translation courses and classes with translated texts. Those who teach literary works that have been translated into English must deal with the reality that students read translated texts as if they had been written in English. Acknowledgment of the source for a translation is therefore important, and professors should alert students to the problems that can arise when translations are made from translations rather than from originals. Examining examples of “doubling back”―translations of translations―can also be instructive in teaching about literary interests and ...


Examples Of Art Work, Caroline Earley 2009 Boise State University

Examples Of Art Work, Caroline Earley

Caroline Earley

No abstract provided.


Review Of Venice, Cita Excelentissima: Selections From The Renaissance Diaries Of Marin Sanudo. E, Brian Maxson 2009 East Tennessee State University

Review Of Venice, Cita Excelentissima: Selections From The Renaissance Diaries Of Marin Sanudo. E, Brian Maxson

Brian J. Maxson

This fascinating new book, Venice, Cita Excelentissima, contains a series of translated excerpts from the diaries of the Venetian patrician Marin Sanudo (1466-1536). Sanudo wrote his vast diaries between 1496 and 1533. As early as Sanudo's own lifetime, historians used the richness and variety of these diaries as an unparalleled evidentiary source for early modern Venice. The depth of the diaries derives from Sanudo's personal access to govern ment records and, perhaps even more, his attention to detail and the wide range of topics that he deemed worthy of record. The importance of the diaries prompted a group ...


On Constructive-Engagement Strategy Of Comparative Philosophy, Bo Mou 2009 San Jose State University

On Constructive-Engagement Strategy Of Comparative Philosophy, Bo Mou

Bo Mou

In this journal theme introduction, first, I explain how comparative philosophy as explored in the journal Comparative Philosophy is understood and how it is intrinsically related to the constructive engagement strategy. Second, to characterize more clearly and accurately some related methodological points of the constructive-engagement strategy, and also to explain how constructive engagement is possible, I introduce some needed conceptual and explanatory resources and a meta-methodological framework and endeavor to identify adequacy conditions for methodological guiding principles in comparative studies. Third, as a case analysis, I show how the constructive-engagement reflective practice bears on recent studies of Chinese and comparative ...


Eng 589: Popular Education Announcement, Jenn Fishman 2009 Selected Works

Eng 589: Popular Education Announcement, Jenn Fishman

Jenn Fishman

In Spring 2011, I taught a graduate course at UT-Knoxville on popular education in collaboration with members of the Highlander Research and Education Center staff. This course included a March 11-13 social action workshop at the Highlander Center in New Market, Tennessee.


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