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The Knowing Body: Yat Malmgren's Acting Technique, Janys Hayes 2009 University of Wollongong

The Knowing Body: Yat Malmgren's Acting Technique, Janys Hayes

Janys Hayes

No abstract provided.


The Trouble With Transmediation: Fandom's Negotiation Of Transmedia Storytelling Systems, Suzanne Scott 2009 Occidental College

The Trouble With Transmediation: Fandom's Negotiation Of Transmedia Storytelling Systems, Suzanne Scott

Suzanne Scott

No abstract provided.


Darwinian Controversies: An Historiographical Recounting, David Depew 2009 University of Iowa

Darwinian Controversies: An Historiographical Recounting, David Depew

David J Depew

This essay reviews key controversies in the history of the Darwinian research tradition: the Wilberforce-Huxley debate in 1860, early twentieth-century debates about the heritability of acquired characteristics and the consistency of Mendelian genetics with natural selection; the 1925 Scopes trial about teaching evolution; tensions about race, culture, and eugenics at the 1959 centenary celebration Darwin’s Origin of Species; adaptationism and its critics in the Sociobiology debate of 1970s and, more recently, Evolutionary Psychology; and current disputes about Intelligent Design. These controversies, I argue, are etched into public memory because they occur at the emotionally charged boundaries between public-political, technical-scientific ...


Sir Robert Peacock, Joanne Klein 2009 Boise State University

Sir Robert Peacock, Joanne Klein

Joanne Klein

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Trail Of Tears: Removal In The South, John Bowes 2009 Eastern Kentucky University

Trail Of Tears: Removal In The South, John Bowes

John P. Bowes

When the United States purchased the Louisiana Territory from France in 1803, President Thomas Jefferson proposed that eastern Indian tribes could be moved west to this new expanse of land. Jefferson's recommendation was in direct response to the demand by white settlers for more land, especially in the southeastern portion of the United States. As a result, Congress passed the Indian Removal Act of 1830, which set in motion the relocation of thousands of eastern Indians to lands west of the Mississippi River. Among the primary tribes targeted for this large-scale removal was the Cherokee. Despite proving its sovereign ...


Descartes On Persistence And Temporal Parts, Geoffrey Gorham 2009 Macalester College

Descartes On Persistence And Temporal Parts, Geoffrey Gorham

Geoffrey A. Gorham

No abstract provided.


Pesnia O Staline: Tiuremnie Pesni I Ironiia, Susanne Fusso 2009 Selected Works

Pesnia O Staline: Tiuremnie Pesni I Ironiia, Susanne Fusso

Susanne Fusso

No abstract provided.


Debut Of Newly Commissioned Work, Canciones Y Danzas For Cello And Piano By Pulitzer Prize Nominee, Roberto Sierra, Dena Kay Jones 2009 University of Texas at El Paso

Debut Of Newly Commissioned Work, Canciones Y Danzas For Cello And Piano By Pulitzer Prize Nominee, Roberto Sierra, Dena Kay Jones

Dena Kay Jones

Performed with cellist Zuill Bailey at the 20th Annual El Paso Pro Musica Chamber Music Festival, El Paso, Texas


The 'Next Friends' Suit: Mary Baker Eddy And The Church Of Christ Scientist, On Trial, Lorin Geitner 2009 Chapman University

The 'Next Friends' Suit: Mary Baker Eddy And The Church Of Christ Scientist, On Trial, Lorin Geitner

Lorin C. Geitner

An examination of the competency trial of Mary Baker Eddy, and its subsequent effects and consequences.


Mob Rule In New Orleans: Anarchy, Governance, And Media Representation, James Ford 2009 Occidental College

Mob Rule In New Orleans: Anarchy, Governance, And Media Representation, James Ford

James Ford

This article deconstructs the terms "anarchy" and "mob rule," which are used to restore legitimacy to failed hegemonic structures and to misrepresent collective governance working outside those structures. I use this argument to reinterpret Mob Rule in New Orleans by Ida B Wells, and ultimately, to contribute to a new theory of "crisis."


Review Of Special Collections 2.0: New Technologies For Rare Books, Manuscripts, And Archival Collections, Melanie Griffin 2009 University of South Florida

Review Of Special Collections 2.0: New Technologies For Rare Books, Manuscripts, And Archival Collections, Melanie Griffin

Melanie Griffin

No abstract provided.


Celt Luminary Award, Mary Ann Cain 2009 Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne

Celt Luminary Award, Mary Ann Cain

Mary Ann Cain

No abstract provided.


Film Music: A Very Short Introduction, Kathryn Kalinak 2009 Rhode Island College

Film Music: A Very Short Introduction, Kathryn Kalinak

Kathryn M Kalinak

Film music is as old as cinema itself. Years before synchronized sound became the norm, projected moving images were shown to musical accompaniment, whether performed by a lone piano player or a hundred-piece orchestra. Today film music has become its own industry, indispensable to the marketability of movies around the world.

Film Music: A Very Short Introduction is a compact, lucid, and thoroughly engaging overview written by one of the leading authorities on the subject. After opening with a fascinating analysis of the music from a key sequence in Quentin Tarentino's Reservoir Dogs, Kathryn Kalinak introduces readers not only ...


The Ethics Of Writing, By Carlo Sini, Translated By Silvia Benso With Brian Schroeder, Antonio Calcagno 2009 The University of Western Ontario - King's University College

The Ethics Of Writing, By Carlo Sini, Translated By Silvia Benso With Brian Schroeder, Antonio Calcagno

Antonio Calcagno

No abstract provided.


Humanizing Personhood, Adam Kadlac 2009 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Humanizing Personhood, Adam Kadlac

Adam Kadlac

This paper explores the debate between personists, who argue that the concept of a person if of central importance for moral thought, and personists, who argue that the concept of a human being is of greater moral significance. On the one hand, it argues that normative naturalism, the most ambitious defense of the humanist position, fails to identify moral standards with standards of human behavior and thereby fails to undermine the moral significance of personhood. At the same time, it contends that a more focused attention on the morally relevant features of human life may indeed play a crucial role ...


Review Of Maureen Mcneil's Feminist Cultural Studies Of Science And Technology, Sonita Sarker 2009 Macalester College

Review Of Maureen Mcneil's Feminist Cultural Studies Of Science And Technology, Sonita Sarker

Sonita Sarker

No abstract provided.


Song Of Praise, Marianella Machado 2009 Eastern Kentucky University

Song Of Praise, Marianella Machado

Marianella P. Machado

No abstract provided.


Philosophy, Privacy, And Pervasive Computing, Diane Michelfelder 2009 Macalester College

Philosophy, Privacy, And Pervasive Computing, Diane Michelfelder

Diane Michelfelder

No abstract provided.


Revolutionary Negotiations: Indians, Empires, And Diplomats In The Founding Of America, John Bowes 2009 Eastern Kentucky University

Revolutionary Negotiations: Indians, Empires, And Diplomats In The Founding Of America, John Bowes

John P. Bowes

The article reviews the book "Revolutionary Negotiations: Indians, Empires, and Diplomats in the Founding of America," by Leonard J. Sadosky.


Liberal Values: Benjamin Constant And The Politics Of Religion – By Helena Rosenblatt, Todd Gooch 2009 Eastern Kentucky University

Liberal Values: Benjamin Constant And The Politics Of Religion – By Helena Rosenblatt, Todd Gooch

Todd Gooch

DOI: 10.1111/j.1748-0922.2010.01423_18.x


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