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Winifred Todd, Letters From Hazel (1977-91) Jan 7613

Winifred Todd, Letters From Hazel (1977-91)

Hazel Todd Collection

Correspondance from November 1920 to June 1991.


Utah And Sports Law, Adam Epstein Jan 2018

Utah And Sports Law, Adam Epstein

Adam Epstein

The state of Utah has addressed sports law issues across a broad spectrum, far more than just ski-related. Utah cases, coupled with sport-specific statutes, shows that even a state with a relatively small population might still have to deal with legal issues that intersect sport and law. While the advent of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City was an exciting time for the state and, in the end, became a huge international success, along with it came accusations of criminal misconduct to get it there in the first place. Indeed, misconduct involving the judging of pairs figure skating ...


You've Gotta Read This: Summer Reading At Musselman Library (2017), Musselman Library Jul 2017

You've Gotta Read This: Summer Reading At Musselman Library (2017), Musselman Library

You’ve Gotta Read This: Summer Reading at Musselman Library

Each year, Musselman Library asks Gettysburg College faculty, staff, and administrators to help create a suggested summer reading list. Our goal is to inspire students and the rest of our community to take time in the summer to sit back, relax, and read.

With the 2017 collection, we again bring together recommendations from across our campus—the books, movies, TV shows, and podcasts that have meant something special to us over the past year. 118 faculty, administrators and staff offer up 218 recommendations.

We include five special features this year. Two of our regular columnists return once again: James Udden ...


Land Of Women: Basilicata, Emigration, And The Women Who Remained Behind, 1880-1914, Victoria Calabrese Jun 2017

Land Of Women: Basilicata, Emigration, And The Women Who Remained Behind, 1880-1914, Victoria Calabrese

All Graduate Works by Year: Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

Between 1880 and 1914, millions of Italians emigrated to all corners of the globe in hopes of earning better wages and forging a better life for themselves and for their families. This dissertation examines the role of the women left behind in the Italian region of Basilicata when their husbands emigrated, and the political, social, economic, and legal changes they experienced in their absence. During the Liberal Period, women had few political rights, and married women were dependent on their husbands, but being left on their own put them in a unique position. I argue that the Southern Italian women ...


Political And Social Complexity Of The Irish Border: The Impact Of A Post-Brexit Border Upon The Lives Of Irish And Northern Irish Citizens, Haley M. Schlicht, Nolan Jacobs Walker May 2017

Political And Social Complexity Of The Irish Border: The Impact Of A Post-Brexit Border Upon The Lives Of Irish And Northern Irish Citizens, Haley M. Schlicht, Nolan Jacobs Walker

Grants & Fellowships

No abstract provided.


Creating An ‘Alternative Ulster’: Escapism And Utopia In Northern Ireland Punk Rock, Brian D. Kosewic May 2017

Creating An ‘Alternative Ulster’: Escapism And Utopia In Northern Ireland Punk Rock, Brian D. Kosewic

Grants & Fellowships

No abstract provided.


Tourism In Sandy Row, Bridger P. Caicedo May 2017

Tourism In Sandy Row, Bridger P. Caicedo

Grants & Fellowships

No abstract provided.


Tourism In Sandy Row, Belfast, Kelsey Marie Ang May 2017

Tourism In Sandy Row, Belfast, Kelsey Marie Ang

Grants & Fellowships

No abstract provided.


Anywhere But Home: The Life And Work Of Barrie Stavis, Daniel Larner May 2017

Anywhere But Home: The Life And Work Of Barrie Stavis, Daniel Larner

Daniel Larner

Barrie Stavis Th e American playwright Barrie Stavis is a paradox in his own country. “A prophet without honor” may exaggerate the case, but Yugoslavian critic Dragan Klai'c does see Stavis as a subtle but important kind of prophet, whose work precedes European efforts to reestablish a theatre of commitment: "to separate values, moral principles, and simple human concerns from compromised ideological projects. Disappointment about European developments, the sense of danger caused by racism, fanatical politicians, and ecological nightmares, bring theater back as a field of argumentative, activist aesthetics. Nothing old-fashioned, romantic, 68ish in all that—only a sense ...


Infection Studies With Watermelon Wilt Caused By Fusarium Niveum Efs., D. R. Porter May 2017

Infection Studies With Watermelon Wilt Caused By Fusarium Niveum Efs., D. R. Porter

Research Bulletin (Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station)

Watermelon wilt, caused by Fusarium niveum, is a serious disease in Iowa and in many other sections of the United States. The present Iowa acreage is less than 10 percent of the acreage before wilt became a factor.

Three heretofore undescribed seedling symptoms are described. These are: seedling rot, damping off and stunting.

The organism may cause lesions on any of the roots. These are at first water-logged and become discolored in advanced stages. The lesions vary in length from a trace to 28 centimeters.

Infection may be induced thru the use of infested soil, by means of spore suspensions ...


Pop-Culture Politics: How Cable News Created The Tea Party, Trump, And A Fake Populist Movement, Cole Souder May 2017

Pop-Culture Politics: How Cable News Created The Tea Party, Trump, And A Fake Populist Movement, Cole Souder

History Theses

The populist tradition in the United States originated in the nineteenth century with the Populist Party. Since, political movements in the United States and across the globe have been declared populist for their anti-elite, nostalgic message. Most recently, the Donald Trump campaign for president was declared populist because of a perceived economic message that contradicted traditional conservative ideology. However, Trump's movement was not the grassroots sort that he presented it to be. Rather, his was an extension of a particular, socially and culturally motivated faction of the Tea Party. This faction was radicalized in the first decade of the ...


To Kill A Cuckoo Bird: Louisiana’S Dual Paternity Problem, Henry S. Rauschenberger May 2017

To Kill A Cuckoo Bird: Louisiana’S Dual Paternity Problem, Henry S. Rauschenberger

Louisiana Law Review

No abstract provided.


Christmas In Mid-Summer, Isabel Crowe May 2017

Christmas In Mid-Summer, Isabel Crowe

The Iowa Homemaker

"Christmas in mid - what? Did you say, 'Christmas in mid-summer!?"

Yes, I did-and I know that to you, with the first snow flurries already here and mid-winter just round the corner, that sounds topsy-turvey. In my country, Christmas does come in midsummer; and, what is more, it comes on December 25 just as it does with you! And, what is still more, daffodils bloom in August, and log fires burn in June, and ---, but why not come with me and see for yourself?


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.17, No.1, Doris Ingle, Ida Ruth Younkin, Gaynold Carroll, Jean Reis, Dorothy Evans, Marie Bernds, Helen Clark, Faithe Danielson, Florence Rannells, Carrie Palmer May 2017

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.17, No.1, Doris Ingle, Ida Ruth Younkin, Gaynold Carroll, Jean Reis, Dorothy Evans, Marie Bernds, Helen Clark, Faithe Danielson, Florence Rannells, Carrie Palmer

The Iowa Homemaker

What Goes on Behind the Swinging Doors by Doris Ingle, page 2

How Many Wish a Soft and Gentle Voice? by Ida Ruth Younkin, page 3

For a Sentimental Season by Gaynold Carroll, page 4

Make the Shoe Fit by Jean Reis, page 5

Color, Harmony and Mood by Dorothy Evans, page 6

Three Girls, page 7

What’s New in Home Economics, page 8

“Men Crave Real Food!” by Marie Bernds, page 10

Pack a Sense of Humor in Your Picnic Hamper by Helen Clark, page 11

A New Season Brings Grads New Jobs by Faithe Danielson, page 12 ...


Mr. Eligible Bachelor Asserts, "Men Crave Real Food!", Marie Bernds May 2017

Mr. Eligible Bachelor Asserts, "Men Crave Real Food!", Marie Bernds

The Iowa Homemaker

On the Iowa State campus is one who personifies the perfect male. His name cannot be divulged; his popularity with the opposite sex has already reached a high enough peak that any added publicity would increase the number of his feminine admirers to unmanageable amounts.


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.16, No.8, Barbara Fischer, Helen Miller, Beth Johnson, Gaynold Carroll, Peggy Schenk, Mildred Gauley, Doris Ingle, Faithe Danielson, Ida Ruth Younkin, Mae Louise Buchanan, Gwen Griffith, Gay Starrak, Beth Cummings, Jane Helser May 2017

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.16, No.8, Barbara Fischer, Helen Miller, Beth Johnson, Gaynold Carroll, Peggy Schenk, Mildred Gauley, Doris Ingle, Faithe Danielson, Ida Ruth Younkin, Mae Louise Buchanan, Gwen Griffith, Gay Starrak, Beth Cummings, Jane Helser

The Iowa Homemaker

Billy Eats, Sleeps and Plays by Barbara Fischer, page 2

Foods for Gods from the Buffet by Helen Miller, page 3

Swing Into Spring! by Beth Johnson, page 4

Color Passports to Spring by Gaynold Carroll, page 5

Teachers Reveal Pets and Peeves by Peggy Schenk, page 6

Awearin’ the Green by Mildred Gauley, page 7

Table Shamrocks by Doris Ingle, page 7

What’s New in Home Economics, page 8

News in the Mail from Graduates by Faithe Danielson, page 10

Glad-irons Replace Sad-irons by Ida Ruth Younkin, page 11

Children Around the World by Mae Louise Buchanan, page ...


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.16, No.2, Vera Joyce Horswell, Peggy Schenk, Kay Hoffman, Rosemae Johnson, Stella Mae Brinkman, Gay Starrak, Lola Wilcox, Elizabeth Brann, Marian Reinke, Dorothy Fedderson, Ida Ruth Younkin, Clara Gebhard Snyder May 2017

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.16, No.2, Vera Joyce Horswell, Peggy Schenk, Kay Hoffman, Rosemae Johnson, Stella Mae Brinkman, Gay Starrak, Lola Wilcox, Elizabeth Brann, Marian Reinke, Dorothy Fedderson, Ida Ruth Younkin, Clara Gebhard Snyder

The Iowa Homemaker

Cover by Allene Nelson

Circles on Your Calender by Vera Joyce Horswell, page 1

Manners Make You “Tops” by Peggy Schenk, page 2

Mrs. Friley Prefers Informal Entertainment by Kay Hoffman, page 3

Sportswear Dictionary by Rosemae Johnson and Stella Mae Brinkman, page 4

Alums at Work – And Some Go to Europe by Gay Starrak, page 6

Doorknobs Are Polished for Veishea by Lola Wilcox, page 7

After Graduation, What Can I Do? by Elizabeth Brann and Marian Reinke, page 8

Picnics – Sixty Campus Opinions on Them by Dorothy Fedderson, page 9

What’s New in Home Economics, page 10 ...


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.16, No.1, Irene Bass, Margaret White, Lola Wilcox, Kathryn Ayres Proper May 2017

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.16, No.1, Irene Bass, Margaret White, Lola Wilcox, Kathryn Ayres Proper

The Iowa Homemaker

What's New in Home Economics

Foods and Nutrition, page 6

Textiles and Clothing, page 7

Child Development; Education, page 8

Home Management; Family Relationship, page 9

Household Equipment, page 9

Easter Styles (including outline of style trends), page 4 and 5

April Events, Theater, Sports, Lectures, Exhibits Of Vocational Interest

Two Major Departments at Iowa State, page 10

Vacation Jobs, page 10

Tea Room Management, page 11

Tips for the Job Hunter, page 15

Books

Home Economics Books, page 12

General Books, page 13

Dried Fruits for Spreads, page 16

Hat Etiquette, page 14

French Style Terms Explained, page ...


The Lived Experience Of Chemo Brain In Early Stage Breast Cancer In Women 50 And Under, Patricia A. Gibbons May 2017

The Lived Experience Of Chemo Brain In Early Stage Breast Cancer In Women 50 And Under, Patricia A. Gibbons

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

Cognitive deficits have been shown to affect those who have undergone treatment with chemotherapy. This is often referred to as chemo-brain. The purpose of this descriptive phenomenological study was to explore the lived experience of the chemo brain after undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer. The study sample consisted of six women between the ages of 29 and 50 with early stage breast cancer. van Manen’s (1997) descriptive phenomenological method guided data analysis. The recurrent themes identified in this study were (1) Struggles with day to day life (2) Emotions related to diagnosis and treatment, (3) Fatigue (4) Coping and ...


"I’M A Feminist, But…”: Popular Romance In The Women’S Literature Classroom, Julie M. Dugger May 2017

"I’M A Feminist, But…”: Popular Romance In The Women’S Literature Classroom, Julie M. Dugger

Julie Dugger

The enduring popularity of the romance novel makes it an ideal genre to use in teaching feminist literary theory because it raises two compelling questions. What is the women’s studies critic to do when a genre dominated by women writers and readers appears to conflict with feminist ideals? And what are teachers to do when that conflict turns up in the classroom: when students feel a disjunction between their pre-existing reading practices and the critical theories that inform their studies? The opposition between feminist theory and women’s popular reading practices, in scholarship and in the classroom, is an ...


Mcinteer Sermon Outlines - Ezekiel, Jim Bill Mcinteer May 2017

Mcinteer Sermon Outlines - Ezekiel, Jim Bill Mcinteer

Jim Bill McInteer Sermon Outlines by Book of the Bible

From the Jim Bill McInteer collection of sermon outlines and cassette tapes.


Children And Young People’S Participation In The Community In Ireland: Experiences And Issues, Catherine Forde, Deirdre Horgan, Shirley Martin Dr, Aisling Parkes May 2017

Children And Young People’S Participation In The Community In Ireland: Experiences And Issues, Catherine Forde, Deirdre Horgan, Shirley Martin Dr, Aisling Parkes

Irish Journal of Applied Social Studies

This paper presents the findings of research into children and young people’s experiences of participating in their communities in Ireland. Using a social and relational understanding of participation, the research found that children and young people are engaged in a wide range of activities in their communities. They are however often misunderstood in the community and have limited opportunities for participation in decisions affecting them. Despite these problems, they report positive experiences of participating in youth clubs and organisations, where their participation is supported by adults. The paper discusses the implications of these findings for research, public policy and ...


Supports For Offenders With Learning Disabilities In The Irish Judicial System: A Critical Review, Gillian Mcnamee, Ciara T. Staunton Dr May 2017

Supports For Offenders With Learning Disabilities In The Irish Judicial System: A Critical Review, Gillian Mcnamee, Ciara T. Staunton Dr

Irish Journal of Applied Social Studies

There is increasing focus on the prevalence of learning disabilities in the criminal justice system. The aim of this paper is to examine the supports and resources currently in place to support people with learning disabilities through each stage of the Irish judicial process. A review of international literature regarding people with disabilities was conducted specifically in relation to the methods used to identify those who are risk of becoming offenders, the process in place when an individual comes in contact with the criminal justice system, other professionals and practitioners who undertake criminal work, their incarceration into a rehabilitation setting ...


Artificial Lights Give Plants A Break, Janet E. Davenport May 2017

Artificial Lights Give Plants A Break, Janet E. Davenport

The Iowa Homemaker

In spite of limited window space many folk find it practicable to keep house plants in good, healthy condition by using plant lighting fixtures. This is possible even when the plants are located at the far side of the room.


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.15, No.9, Rosemae Johnson, Dorothy Fedderson, Frances Mctigue, Janet E. Davenport May 2017

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.15, No.9, Rosemae Johnson, Dorothy Fedderson, Frances Mctigue, Janet E. Davenport

The Iowa Homemaker

New Wrinkles in Lingerie, page 2

Loads of Style, page 3

Hecs Have a Double Job, page 4

A Little Dignity in Dancing, page 5

Through the White House Gates, page 6

Dutch Treat Your Irish Spread, page 7

Give Plants Artificial Light, page 7

What’s New in Home Economics, page 8

Alumnae Notes, page 10

Making Science, page 11

More Pertinent Reading, page 12

Coming Up in the Movies, page 13

Skirt Lengths Short, page 17


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.15, No.5, Blair Converse, Rosemae Johnson, Sally The Style Scout, Isabella Palmer, Virginia Berry, Winn Heyer, Bess Ferguson, Katherine Hoffman May 2017

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.15, No.5, Blair Converse, Rosemae Johnson, Sally The Style Scout, Isabella Palmer, Virginia Berry, Winn Heyer, Bess Ferguson, Katherine Hoffman

The Iowa Homemaker

She’s Been a Campus Personality By Prof. Blair Converse

No Race Prejudice in Barbados By Rosemae Johnson

Ideas Centuries Old By Sally

Tragedy in One Act By Isabella Palmer

Journalists Like Their Fun By Virginia Berry

Watch the Cyclone Ends By Winn Heyer

“We Thought it Would be That Easy” By Bess Ferguson

Lastest Fashions for a Fall Breakfast by Katherine Hoffman


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.13, No.6, Virginia Garberson, Hazel Moore, Edith Fezler, Esther Friesth, Claire Chadwick May 2017

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.13, No.6, Virginia Garberson, Hazel Moore, Edith Fezler, Esther Friesth, Claire Chadwick

The Iowa Homemaker

Isabel Bevier Says… By Virginia Garberson

It’s Not the Job… By Hazel Moore and Edith Fezler

In Washington These Days… By Esther Friesth, ‘32

New Year and Old Customs… By Claire Chadwick


The Iowa Homemaker Vol.13, No.5, Ruth Cook, Hazel Moore, Gladys M. Johnson, Edith Blood May 2017

The Iowa Homemaker Vol.13, No.5, Ruth Cook, Hazel Moore, Gladys M. Johnson, Edith Blood

The Iowa Homemaker

What a Big Difference… By Ruth Cook

If You Can Can… By Hazel Moore

Children Need Toys… By Gladys M. Johnson

Miss 4-H Goes to College… By Edith Blood


From Notes 2, Evan S. Connell Jr. May 2017

From Notes 2, Evan S. Connell Jr.

New Mexico Quarterly

No abstract provided.


Full Issue, University Of New Mexico Press May 2017

Full Issue, University Of New Mexico Press

New Mexico Quarterly

No abstract provided.