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'‘Male Chauvinism’ Is Under Attack From All Sides At Present': Roberts V. United States Jaycees, Sex Discrimination, And The First Amendment, Linda Mcclain May 2019

'‘Male Chauvinism’ Is Under Attack From All Sides At Present': Roberts V. United States Jaycees, Sex Discrimination, And The First Amendment, Linda Mcclain

Faculty Scholarship

Today, many take it for granted that discriminating against women in the marketplace is illegal and morally wrong. Roberts v. United States Jaycees (1984) remains a foundational case on government’s compelling interest in prohibiting sex (or gender) discrimination in public accommodations, even in the face of First Amendment claims of freedom of association and expression. Curiously, Jaycees seems comparatively neglected by legal scholars, if measured by the cases included in the various collections of “law stories” or “rewritten opinions” projects. Looking back at the Jaycees litigation reveals the parties wrestling over the reach of public accommodations law and the ...


Non/Human: (Re)Seeing The “Animal” In Nineteenth-Century American Literature, Matthew Guzman May 2019

Non/Human: (Re)Seeing The “Animal” In Nineteenth-Century American Literature, Matthew Guzman

Dissertations, Theses, and Student Research: Department of English

Non/human: (Re)seeing the “Animal” in Nineteenth-Century American Literature uses canonical literary texts as specific anchor points for charting the unstable relations between human and nonhuman animals throughout the century. I argue that throughout the nineteenth century, there are distinct shifts in the way(s) humans think about, discuss, and represent nonhuman animals, and understanding these shifts can change the way we interpret the literature and the culture(s). Moreover, I supplement and integrate those literary anchors, when appropriate, with texts from contemporaneous science, law, art, and other primary and secondary source materials. For example, the first chapter, “Cooper ...


Mmu: 04/15/19–04/21/19, Notre Dame Law School Apr 2019

Mmu: 04/15/19–04/21/19, Notre Dame Law School

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University of Notre Dame Law School

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Appendix C: Selected Works Of Life-Writing, Riley Hanick, Jennifer Burek Pierce, Micah Bateman Apr 2019

Appendix C: Selected Works Of Life-Writing, Riley Hanick, Jennifer Burek Pierce, Micah Bateman

School of Library and Information Science Publications

This appendix lists book-length examples from a range of genres (essays, memoirs, diaries, travel writing, ethnographies, immersive journalism) in order to outline the broader category of life-writing explored in chapter two of Mapping the Imaginary.


Interview Of Rosanna Mastrangelo, Rosanna Mastrangelo, Juliana Mastrangelo Apr 2019

Interview Of Rosanna Mastrangelo, Rosanna Mastrangelo, Juliana Mastrangelo

All Oral Histories

The Interviewee:

Rosanna Mastrangelo was born in February 1964, in South Philadelphia. Her parents, along with the rest of her family, were Italian immigrants who had come to America after the end of World War II in hopes of rebuilding a better life for themselves. Raised in a tight-knit Italian neighborhood and surrounded by Old World traditions, Rosanna quickly realized the importance of remaining close to one’s roots, especially in forming her unique sense of identity. But as she went to school and became acquainted with people of other backgrounds and experiences, it became ever more clear that her ...


Interview Of Kevin J. Harty, Ph.D., Kevin J. Harty Ph.D., Meghan Skiles Apr 2019

Interview Of Kevin J. Harty, Ph.D., Kevin J. Harty Ph.D., Meghan Skiles

All Oral Histories

Dr. Kevin J. Harty was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1948. He grew up in Brooklyn until his family moved to Chicago when he was about twelve years old. His father worked for the telephone company, which spurred the family’s move to Chicago, and his mother stayed home and cared for the family. Dr. Harty attended high school in the suburbs of Chicago, graduating when he was fifteen and a half years old. Between high school and college, he worked for a year in a department store, and briefly considered going into the fashion industry. He attended Marquette ...


Natural Mummies Of Northern Europe: An Exploration Into The Biocultural Importance Of Bog Bodies, Reilly Boone Apr 2019

Natural Mummies Of Northern Europe: An Exploration Into The Biocultural Importance Of Bog Bodies, Reilly Boone

Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects

For several centuries, peat harvesters in Northern Europe have been finding the mummified remains of late Bronze Age (1100 – 800 B.C.E.) and Iron Age (800 B.C.E.- 400 C.E.) people. Within the last century, scientists have begun to study these remains in depth. These bodies pique much curiosity due to the apparent violence associated with their deaths. Because of this, these remains have proven to be significant parts of the societies in which they died and that in which they were discovered. It is inferred from archaeological evidence that these individuals may have held religious importance ...


Fire And Skye: The Magic And Mayhem Of Filming Traditional Music Videos In Scotland, Katie Daniels Apr 2019

Fire And Skye: The Magic And Mayhem Of Filming Traditional Music Videos In Scotland, Katie Daniels

Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects

As part of my study-abroad experience during the fall of 2018, I was awarded a Benjamin H. Gilman Scholarship. One of the components of this nationally competitive scholarship was to complete a follow-on service project to share my experiences abroad with a wider audience and give back to the community. My project was to bring my harp and a DSLR camera and film 4-5 music videos, contextualizing Scottish music in the Scottish landscape and capture, at least a little bit, a sense of what it was to be abroad. The final project consists of four videos, each one highlighting a ...


‘A Melting Pot Of Cultures’ –Challenges In Social Adaptation And Interactions Amongst International Medical Students., Elaine Byrne, Ruairi F. Brugha, Alice Mcgarvey Mar 2019

‘A Melting Pot Of Cultures’ –Challenges In Social Adaptation And Interactions Amongst International Medical Students., Elaine Byrne, Ruairi F. Brugha, Alice Mcgarvey

Institute of Leadership Articles

Background: The internationalisation of higher level education and the profiles - nationalities, ethnicities and cultural identities - of students who migrate to undertake higher level education programmes in a different country are increasingly complex. This article explores the way in which cultural backgrounds impact the student’s experiences of an international medical school, and how these experiences have the potential to inform the development and design of student support services for those students who are not coping well with the transition.

Methods: Thirty one first year students were interviewed by sixteen second year students who were trained and supervised by an experienced ...


Celtic Tiger Ireland As A Case Study In The Practical Application Of Neoliberal Economic Policy, Natalie Sneed Mar 2019

Celtic Tiger Ireland As A Case Study In The Practical Application Of Neoliberal Economic Policy, Natalie Sneed

Honors Theses, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

The Celtic Tiger economic boom, which occurred in Ireland from approximately 1987 to 2009 has generally been considered one of the most remarkable economic turnarounds in any country in the modern era. My purpose in this project was to identify the primary causes and effects of such rapid and dramatic economic growth and development to determine whether it is sensible for other countries emerging from colonial rule to seek to emulate the Irish economic model. Through a review of the economic literature on the Irish economy in the last three decades, I identify Ireland’s implementation of a neoliberal economic ...


Oceanography And Earth's Wicked Problems: In The Tradition Of Franklin And Folger's Big Ideas: A Reflective Memoir About Life And Research By Practitioners In The 20th & 21st Centuries, William Henry Hoyt Mar 2019

Oceanography And Earth's Wicked Problems: In The Tradition Of Franklin And Folger's Big Ideas: A Reflective Memoir About Life And Research By Practitioners In The 20th & 21st Centuries, William Henry Hoyt

Earth & Atmospheric Sciences Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Guide To Herbert C. Morrow Papers, Ms504, Luciano Herrera Mar 2019

Guide To Herbert C. Morrow Papers, Ms504, Luciano Herrera

Finding Aids

Herbert C. Morrow, Jr. (1933 - 2003) worked as Curator of Exhibits at UTEP’s Centennial Museum, as Director of Historic Preservation at the West Texas Council of Governments, and as archaeologist at Ft. Bliss. The bulk of the papers consist of the creator’s subject files about the history and archaeology of the U.S.-Mexico border region. They also contain research notes and reports on his work. The papers reflect a continuing interest in the horticulture of the area, particularly viticulture.


Trinity Tripod, 2019-02-12, Trinity College Feb 2019

Trinity Tripod, 2019-02-12, Trinity College

Trinity Tripod (1904 - Current)

No abstract provided.


Mmu: 02/11/19–02/17/19, Notre Dame Law School Feb 2019

Mmu: 02/11/19–02/17/19, Notre Dame Law School

Monday Morning Update

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Safe Streets, Inc. : The 'Hustle' To End Black Gang Violence In Philadelphia, 1969-1976, Menika Dirkson Feb 2019

Safe Streets, Inc. : The 'Hustle' To End Black Gang Violence In Philadelphia, 1969-1976, Menika Dirkson

Arlen Specter Center for Public Service Research Fellowship

From 1962 to 1968, gang stabbings and murders in Philadelphia drastically increased, inspiring Philadelphia District Attorney Arlen Specter (from 1965-1973) to establish Safe Streets, Inc. in August 1969 as a non-profit, anti-gang program designed to reduce gang violence, end turf wars between rival gangs, and provide social services like job training and academic tutoring to juveniles. Since the program came into existence amidst the Civil Rights Movement (1954-1968), numerous cases of police brutality, and over 200 race riots in post-industrial cities, the yearly Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA) grant from the federal government offered to cities under the Omnibus Crime ...


Mmu: 01/21/19–01/27/19, Notre Dame Law School Jan 2019

Mmu: 01/21/19–01/27/19, Notre Dame Law School

Monday Morning Update

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Congratulations to SCELF MLB Arbitration Participants

Walk the Walk Week

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Everything Is Relative: Frances Elizabeth Mease Barrow (Aunt Fanny) And Sarah Leaming Barrow Holly (Aunt Fanny's Daughter), Deidre A. Johnson Jan 2019

Everything Is Relative: Frances Elizabeth Mease Barrow (Aunt Fanny) And Sarah Leaming Barrow Holly (Aunt Fanny's Daughter), Deidre A. Johnson

English Faculty Publications

For more than forty years Frances Elizabeth Mease Barrow's name – or, rather, that of her pseudonym, "Aunt Fanny" – remained before the public. In the 1850s and 1860s, she published five quirkily-titled series combining humor, moral instruction, and social awareness. By the 1870s and 1880s, her name was associated with children's charities and with club activities and literary salons. When she died in 1894, one obituary characterized her both as an author whose children's books "delighted the grandfathers and grandmothers of the present day" and as "a social star, known to everybody as 'Aunt Fanny.'" Yet even though ...


January 17, 2019, James Madison University Jan 2019

January 17, 2019, James Madison University

The Breeze, 2010-

The Breeze is the student newspaper of James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.


[Mis-]Managing Fisheries On The West Coast Of Ireland In The Nineteenth Century, John B. Roney Jan 2019

[Mis-]Managing Fisheries On The West Coast Of Ireland In The Nineteenth Century, John B. Roney

History Faculty Publications

This study focuses on the cultural heritage of artisan coastal fishing in the west of Ireland in the 19th century. The town and port of Dingle, County Kerry, offers an important case study on the progress of local development and changing British policies. While there was clearly an abundance of fish, the poverty and the lack of capital for improvements in ports, vessels, gear, education, and transportation, left the fishing industry underdeveloped until well after the 1890s. In addition, a growing rift developed between the traditional farmer-fishermen and the new middle-class capitalist companies. After several royal commissions examined the fishing ...


A Decade Of Desistance: An Exploratory Study In Desistance Theory, Brendan Marsh Jan 2019

A Decade Of Desistance: An Exploratory Study In Desistance Theory, Brendan Marsh

Dissertations

The purpose of this research paper is to explore the lived experience of five ex-offenders who have not offended for a minimum period of ten years. How, and why, these individuals have maintained their crime free status shall be explored in detail in an attempt to understand the causal process that permits successful long term desistance from crime. Furthermore the desisting ex-offenders in this study are also ex-drug addicts. Exactly how criminal offending and drug addiction interacted in the past lives of the people is documented, as is the impossibility of abstaining from one of these behaviours only. This necessitates ...


From Forward To Spot Prices: Producers, Retailers And Loss Averse Consumers In Electricity Markets, Valeria Di Cosmo, Elisa Trujillo-Baute Dec 2018

From Forward To Spot Prices: Producers, Retailers And Loss Averse Consumers In Electricity Markets, Valeria Di Cosmo, Elisa Trujillo-Baute

Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei Working Papers

The benefits of smoothing demand peaks in the electricity market has been widely recognised. European countries such Spain and some of the Scandinavian countries have recently given to the consumers the possibility to face the spot prices instead of having a fixed tariffs determined by retailers. This paper develops a theoretical model to study the relations between risk averse consumers, retailers and producers, both in the spot and in the forward markets when consumers are able to choose between fixed tariffs and the wholesale prices. The model is calibrated on a real market case - Spain - where since 2014 spot tariffs ...


Working For A Better Life, Jessica Kaye Dec 2018

Working For A Better Life, Jessica Kaye

Faculty Curated Undergraduate Works

There has been an obvious divide when it comes to the working class; Bruce Springsteen brings this topic to light throughout his years of being a musician. This paper will discuss how Bruce Springsteen grew up in the working class and how he was able to beat it and become successful by making songs that connect with people. Although Bruce Springsteen was able to escape his hometown, that never let him give up on where his roots were and who his people were. Specific examples will be used from Bruce Springsteen's autobiography, as well as his songs “Born is ...


Fall 2018 Student Scholar Symposium Abstract Volume, Chapman University Center For Undergraduate Excellence Dec 2018

Fall 2018 Student Scholar Symposium Abstract Volume, Chapman University Center For Undergraduate Excellence

Student Scholar Symposium Abstracts and Posters

No abstract provided.


Mmu: 12/03/18–12/09/18, Notre Dame Law School Dec 2018

Mmu: 12/03/18–12/09/18, Notre Dame Law School

Monday Morning Update

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Four Community Engagement Lessons From Detroit To Connecticut, Michelle R. Dunlap Dec 2018

Four Community Engagement Lessons From Detroit To Connecticut, Michelle R. Dunlap

Human Development Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


The Longest Battle: Gender And Race In American Twentieth-Century Civil War Films, Ryan Alderman Dec 2018

The Longest Battle: Gender And Race In American Twentieth-Century Civil War Films, Ryan Alderman

History Undergraduate Publications and Presentations

No abstract provided.


Building Eden, Roger A. Lohmann Nov 2018

Building Eden, Roger A. Lohmann

Faculty Scholarship

Ralph Deigh is the most famous vernacular American architect you've never heard of. After a military career spanning two wars and struggles with homelessness and PTSD, he is invited to design an entirely new rural community for the 21st century. Twin disasters (fire and flood) in Dare County, West Virginia, set up the circumstances for him to join with Rosemary Mueller and the wealthy Ohio-based Mueller Foundation and a mysterious group of local Dare County residents led by Adam Sennett, County Clerk of Dare County. Together, they design and build the new town of Eden, West Virginia.

The whole ...


Mmu: 11/26/18–12/02/18, Notre Dame Law School Nov 2018

Mmu: 11/26/18–12/02/18, Notre Dame Law School

Monday Morning Update

Political Science Dept Seeks TAs

Graduate Student Network to Host Winter Formal

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Lake Forest College Stentor, November 16, 2018 Nov 2018

Lake Forest College Stentor, November 16, 2018

Stentor

No abstract provided.


November 8, 2018, James Madison University Nov 2018

November 8, 2018, James Madison University

The Breeze, 2010-

The Breeze is the student newspaper of James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.