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Traveling With The Wise Ones, Constance Dilley 2010 University of Iowa

Traveling With The Wise Ones, Constance Dilley

Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies

No abstract provided.


A University's Writing Practices From The Inside Perspective Of The Writing Center, Carol Severino, Matthew Gilchrist 2010 University of Iowa

A University's Writing Practices From The Inside Perspective Of The Writing Center, Carol Severino, Matthew Gilchrist

Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies

No abstract provided.


Where Have All The Readers Gone? Improving Writing Through Reading For Efl Learners In The Arabian Gulf, Laila S. Dahan 2010 University of Iowa

Where Have All The Readers Gone? Improving Writing Through Reading For Efl Learners In The Arabian Gulf, Laila S. Dahan

Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies

No abstract provided.


Back Matter, Iowa Journal Of Cultural Studies, Issues 12/13, Spring & Fall 2010, 2010 University of Iowa

Back Matter, Iowa Journal Of Cultural Studies, Issues 12/13, Spring & Fall 2010

Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies

No abstract provided.


Acts 4:19-20—An Overlooked First-Century Clue To Johannine Authorship And Luke’S Dependence Upon The Johannine Tradition, Paul N. Anderson 2010 George Fox University

Acts 4:19-20—An Overlooked First-Century Clue To Johannine Authorship And Luke’S Dependence Upon The Johannine Tradition, Paul N. Anderson

Faculty Publications - College of Christian Studies

No abstract provided.


Louis Zukofsky And The Avant-Garde Textbook, Alan Golding 2010 University of Louisville

Louis Zukofsky And The Avant-Garde Textbook, Alan Golding

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


"Señora, Donde Hay Música No Puede Haber Cosa Mala": Music, Poetry, And Orality In Don Quijote, Chad M. Gasta 2010 Iowa State University

"Señora, Donde Hay Música No Puede Haber Cosa Mala": Music, Poetry, And Orality In Don Quijote, Chad M. Gasta

World Languages and Cultures Publications

In Cervantes's Spain, music was considered one of the foremost arts, and cultural elites aspired to learn to sing different genres and to play fashionable instruments. Music's special status was most visible at the Universities of Salamanca and Alcalá, both having chairs of music charged with the instruction of trendy polyphonic styles. However, Miguel de Cervantes never attended these universities and he was not a professionally trained musician. Yet, throughout Don Quijote he includes a considerable number and variety of lyrical poems set to an abundance and diversity of period instruments. Entire episodes in the novel turn upon ...


Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News, 2010 Georgia Southern University

Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News

Art Department Newsletter

  • GALLERY DISCUSSIONS


Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News, 2010 Georgia Southern University

Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News

Art Department Newsletter

  • Center for Art & Theatre Fall Gallery Programming


The Intelligibility Of Extralegal State Action: A General Lesson For Debates On Public Emergencies And Legality, François Tanguay-Renaud 2010 Osgoode Hall Law School of York University

The Intelligibility Of Extralegal State Action: A General Lesson For Debates On Public Emergencies And Legality, François Tanguay-Renaud

Articles & Book Chapters

Some legal theorists deny that states can conceivably act extralegally in the sense of acting contrary to domestic law. This position finds its most robust articulation in the writings of Hans Kelsen and has more recently been taken up by David Dyzenhaus in the context of his work on emergencies and legality. This paper seeks to demystify their arguments and ultimately contend that we can intelligibly speak of the state as a legal wrongdoer or a legally unauthorized actor.


Christian Practices As Counter Discourses: Foucault, Barth, And The Discourse Of Higher Education, Jason Lief 2010 Dordt College

Christian Practices As Counter Discourses: Foucault, Barth, And The Discourse Of Higher Education, Jason Lief

Pro Rege

Jason Lief presented this paper at the Teaching, Learning, and Christian Practices Conference, held at Calvin College in October 2009.


Semper Reformanda In All Of Life, James W. Skillen 2010 Dordt College

Semper Reformanda In All Of Life, James W. Skillen

Pro Rege

Dr. Skillen presented this paper at the Calvinism in the 21st Century Conference at Dordt College, April 10, 2010.


Apocalypse And Allegiance: Worship, Politics And Devotion In The Book Of Revelation (Book Review), Syd Hielema 2010 Dordt College

Apocalypse And Allegiance: Worship, Politics And Devotion In The Book Of Revelation (Book Review), Syd Hielema

Pro Rege

Reviewed Title: Kraybill, J. Nelson. Apocalypse and Allegiance: Worship, Politics and Devotion in the Book of Revelation. Grand Rapids: Brazos Press, 2010. 224 pages. ISBN: 978-1-587432-61-3.


Living At The Crossroads: An Introduction To Christian Worldview (Book Review), Wayne A. Kobes 2010 Dordt College

Living At The Crossroads: An Introduction To Christian Worldview (Book Review), Wayne A. Kobes

Pro Rege

Reviewed Title: Goheen, Michael W. and Craig G. Bartholomew. Living at the Crossroads: An Introduction to Christian Worldview. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2008. 205 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8010-3140-3.


City Of Tranquil Light (Book Review), James C. Schaap 2010 Dordt College

City Of Tranquil Light (Book Review), James C. Schaap

Pro Rege

Reviewed Title: Caldwell, Bo. City of Tranquil Light. Henry Holt & Co., September 28, 2010. Hardcover, 304 pages. ISBN: 978-0805092285.


A Critique Of The Historiographical Construal Of America As A Christian Nation, John David Wilsey 2010 Liberty University

A Critique Of The Historiographical Construal Of America As A Christian Nation, John David Wilsey

SOR Faculty Publications and Presentations

The Christian America thesis has grown in popularity over the past thirty years. This essay will critique the Christian America thesis, and instead offer the assertion that America was founded as a nation with religious liberty. Six lines of critique of the Christian America thesis will be presented, and the essay will attempt to show the significance of religious freedom in the founding. America‘s history points to a mixture of sacred and secular ideas. The nation is defined more realistically by religious freedom rather than a Christian identity. Evangelicals can approach those who do not share their faith commitment ...


Making Friends In Missouri: Telling The Steamboat Saluda Story And Its Aftermath, Fred E. Woods 2010 Individual

Making Friends In Missouri: Telling The Steamboat Saluda Story And Its Aftermath, Fred E. Woods

All Faculty Publications

The infamous "Extermination Order" issued October 27, 1838, by Missouri Governor Lilburn W. Boggs caused thousands of Latter-day Saints to flee the state and seek refuge in Illinois. Throughout the harsh winter of 1838-39, many Latter-day Saint families traveled to Missouri's eastern border (some 150 miles) in carts and wagons and on foot. While most crossed the Mississippi River by ferry at Quincy, some voyaged by riverboats from Richmond, Missouri, to the Quincy region in Illinois.


Seeking New Worlds: The Study Of Writing Beyond Our Classrooms, Bronwyn T. Williams 2010 University of Louisville

Seeking New Worlds: The Study Of Writing Beyond Our Classrooms, Bronwyn T. Williams

Faculty Scholarship

As new ways of creating and interpreting texts complicate ideas of how and why writing happens, the field of rhetoric and composition needs to be more conscious of how our institutional responsibilities and scholarly attention to college writing have limited its vision of writing and literacy. It is time to move beyond consolidating our identity as a field focused on college writing, reach out to other literacy-related fields, and form a broader, more comprehensive, and more flexible identity as part of a larger field of literacy and rhetorical studies.


Contextualising Recent Tensions In Seventh-Day Adventism: "A Constant Process Of Struggle And Rebirth"?, Arthur N. Patrick 2010 Avondale College

Contextualising Recent Tensions In Seventh-Day Adventism: "A Constant Process Of Struggle And Rebirth"?, Arthur N. Patrick

Theology Papers and Journal Articles

Between 1844 and 1863, fragments of disappointed Millerism developed the landmark ideas, the denominational name and the basic structure of what is now the Seventh-day Adventist Church with fifteen million members in 201 countries. This article contextualises the struggle of recent decades between continuity and change in Adventist teaching, suggesting that a score of doctoral theses/dissertations and other studies offer a coherence that is deeply disturbing for some believers, insufficient for some others, but satisfying for many. The demands in Western culture for faith to be aped by evidence and to offer existential meaning have elicited three stances in ...


Our Eternally Righteous God: Paul's Great Controversy Theme In Romans 11, Elizabeth Ostring 2010 Avondale College

Our Eternally Righteous God: Paul's Great Controversy Theme In Romans 11, Elizabeth Ostring

Theology Papers and Journal Articles

The author of this article suggests that Paul’s focus is profoundly apocalyptic and classic Seventh-day Adventist theology.


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