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The Southeastern Librarian V. 53, No. 4 (Winter 2005/2006) Complete Issue Dec 2005

The Southeastern Librarian V. 53, No. 4 (Winter 2005/2006) Complete Issue

The Southeastern Librarian

Complete issue of The Southeastern Librarian, volume 53, no. 4 (Winter 2005/2006).


Stateside News Dec 2005

Stateside News

The Southeastern Librarian

Recent developments from SELA member institutions.


Architecture As Art? Not In My Neocolonial Neighborhood: A Case For Providing First Amendment Protection To Expressive Residential Architecture, Janet Elizabeth Haws Dec 2005

Architecture As Art? Not In My Neocolonial Neighborhood: A Case For Providing First Amendment Protection To Expressive Residential Architecture, Janet Elizabeth Haws

BYU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Beckford, Hugh, Beckford, Hugh. Bronx African American History Project Dec 2005

Beckford, Hugh, Beckford, Hugh. Bronx African American History Project

Oral Histories

INTERVIEWER: Natasha Lightfoot

INTERVIEWEE: Hugh Beckford

SUMMARY BY: Patrick O’Donnell

Hugh Beckford is the director of Caribbean American Family Services, an organization that he established in 1991. He is a 1985 graduate of Fordham College, Rose Hill, where he studied theology and sociology. Beckford was born in Trelawney, Jamaica, and was raised by his grandparents because his parents divorced when he was young. He was locally educated in Jamaican public schools and attended St. George’s College in Kingston, a boarding school. As a young man he was considered one of the best dancers in Jamaica and occasionally appeared ...


Washington University Record, December 2, 2005 Dec 2005

Washington University Record, December 2, 2005

Washington University Record

No abstract provided.


Hawks' Herald - December 2, 2005, Roger Williams University Dec 2005

Hawks' Herald - December 2, 2005, Roger Williams University

Hawk's Herald

No abstract provided.


The Sleeper Scenario: Terrorism-Support Laws And The Demands Of Prevention, Robert Chesney Dec 2005

The Sleeper Scenario: Terrorism-Support Laws And The Demands Of Prevention, Robert Chesney

Bobby Chesney

This article provides a comprehensive overview of the law prohibiting the provision of material support to designated foreign terrorist organizations (as well as two related statutes). In it, I examine the origins of the statute, the manner in which it can be used to prosecute persons suspected of being potential terrorists, and an array of constitutional and security-based objections to the law. The article concludes with suggestions for reform.


Tobacco Regulation Review, V. 4, No. 2, Dec. 2005 Dec 2005

Tobacco Regulation Review, V. 4, No. 2, Dec. 2005

Tobacco Regulation Review

No abstract provided.


Little Village December 2005/January 2006 Dec 2005

Little Village December 2005/January 2006

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


The Americanization Of Tsuru Aoki: Orientalism, Melodrama, Star Image, And The New Woman, Sara Ross Dec 2005

The Americanization Of Tsuru Aoki: Orientalism, Melodrama, Star Image, And The New Woman, Sara Ross

Communication and Media Arts Faculty Publications

This article contextualizes issues of race and Orientalism in the career of Japanese actress Tsuru Aoki within changing representational strategies and ongoing cultural struggles over the public and domestic roles of women in the modern age. According to the author, Aoki's persona blurred the boundaries between Japanese and U.S. identities.


Amending The Natural Born Citizen Requirement: Globalization As The Impetus And The Obstacle, Sarah P. Herlihy Dec 2005

Amending The Natural Born Citizen Requirement: Globalization As The Impetus And The Obstacle, Sarah P. Herlihy

Chicago-Kent Law Review

With the rise of non-native-born American politicians, the natural born citizen requirement in the United States Constitution has received much publicity. This note examines the history and background of the requirement that our President be born in this country. This note then focuses on how the increase of globalization should compel Americans to pass a constitutional amendment to repeal the natural born citizen requirement and discusses the reasons why many Americans oppose such a constitutional amendment. The note then explores some of the current misconceptions about globalization and concludes that Americans' fears and misconceptions of globalization may very well prevent ...


Bop Girl Goes Calypso: Containing Race And Youth Culture In Cold War America, Michael S. Eldridge Dec 2005

Bop Girl Goes Calypso: Containing Race And Youth Culture In Cold War America, Michael S. Eldridge

Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal

No abstract provided.


Population Participation And Other Factors That Impact The Compilation And The Utility Of Resulting Databases, Henry T. Greely Dec 2005

Population Participation And Other Factors That Impact The Compilation And The Utility Of Resulting Databases, Henry T. Greely

Louisiana Law Review

No abstract provided.


An Investigation Of The Predictive Validity Of Broad And Narrow Personality Traits In Relation To Academic Achievement, Jessica A. Dunsmore Dec 2005

An Investigation Of The Predictive Validity Of Broad And Narrow Personality Traits In Relation To Academic Achievement, Jessica A. Dunsmore

Doctoral Dissertations

The purpose of this dissertation was to determine the ability of broad and narrow personality traits to predict academic achievement over time in adolescence. Analyses were conducted on a sample of 1328 adolescents from an archival data set. Students were in grades 6, 9, and 12 at time one, and measures were assessed over three consecutive annual testing occasions. Results from correlational analyses showed that all Big Five traits predicted academic performance at Time One and Time Two. All Big Five traits except for Openness predicted academic performance at Time Three. Additional correlational analyses demonstrated that the narrow traits of ...


Expanding The Archive: An Art Historical Perspective, Jennifer Borland Dec 2005

Expanding The Archive: An Art Historical Perspective, Jennifer Borland

Medieval Feminist Forum: A Journal of Gender and Sexuality

No abstract provided.


Whither Copyright? Transformative Use, Free Speech, And An Intermediate Liability Proposal, John Tehranian Dec 2005

Whither Copyright? Transformative Use, Free Speech, And An Intermediate Liability Proposal, John Tehranian

BYU Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Free Press Vol 37, Issue 10, 11-21-2005, Joseph R. Thompson Nov 2005

The Free Press Vol 37, Issue 10, 11-21-2005, Joseph R. Thompson

Free Press, The, 1971-

Core curriculum to get re-education -- Intentional and accidental plagiarism -- What does it take to work at the MSA? -- OMG! Porn found on USM net ;^|


Maine Campus November 17 2005, Maine Campus Staff Nov 2005

Maine Campus November 17 2005, Maine Campus Staff

Maine Campus Archives

No abstract provided.


Volume 97 Issue 12, Southwestern Oklahoma State University Nov 2005

Volume 97 Issue 12, Southwestern Oklahoma State University

The Southwestern

No abstract provided.


The George-Anne Nov 2005

The George-Anne

The George-Anne

No abstract provided.


Vol. 56, No. 6, November 15, 2005, University Of Michigan Law School Nov 2005

Vol. 56, No. 6, November 15, 2005, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Professors Provide Powerful Exam Tips •Question on the Quad •Professor Herzog Talks Torts, Teaching, and Swift •Over 70 M-Law Students 'Get Arrested' With New Club •Academic Journals: Humanity's Only Hope? •Introducing the Poetry of Elizabeth Bishop •Abandon All Cell Phones, All Ye Who Enter •Jenny Runkles Photos •Three Years in the Life of 3L Section ABCD •2L Speaks Out on Gender, Grades, and Giving Hugs •Addiction Can be a Good Thing •On the Supreme Court, Love and Basketball •'Twas the Night Before Finals


Arbiter, November 7, Students Of Boise State University Nov 2005

Arbiter, November 7, Students Of Boise State University

Student Newspapers

No abstract provided.


V. 73, Issue 6, November 4, 2005 Nov 2005

V. 73, Issue 6, November 4, 2005

Archway (1946-)

No abstract provided.


Cruz, Marilyn, Cruz, Marilyn. Bronx African American History Project Nov 2005

Cruz, Marilyn, Cruz, Marilyn. Bronx African American History Project

Oral Histories

Interviewee: Marilyn Cruz

Interviewer: Dr. Mark Naison, Princess Okieme, Andrew Tiedt

Date of Interview Novermber 3, 2005

Summarized by Alice Stryker

Marilyn was born in Harlem. Her mother’s family immigrated to Harlem from Barbados and her father’s family was from the south. She grew up attending St. Ambrosse church, which was attended by many people from the Caribbean. While in Harlem, she attended PS 113 for grade school and remembers playing in Central Park.

The Basian side of her family was very mixed. She believes her great-grandfather may have been white, but she is unsure. The family really ...


Fears And Fascinations: Representing Catholicism In The American South, Thomas F. Haddox Nov 2005

Fears And Fascinations: Representing Catholicism In The American South, Thomas F. Haddox

Literature

This innovative book charts what has been a largely unexplored literary landscape, looking at the work of such diverse writers as the gens de couleur libre poets of antebellum New Orleans, Kate Chopin, Mark Twain, Carson McCullers, Margaret Mitchell, Allen Tate, Caroline Gordon, Flannery O'Connor, Walker Percy, and John Kennedy Toole. Haddox shows that Catholicism and its Church have always been a presence, albeit in different ways, in the southern cultural tradition.

For some, Catholicism has been associated with miscegenation and with the political aspirations of African-Americans; for others, it has served as the model for the feudal and ...


Balancing Two Vocations: Marriage And Medicine In A Culture Of Life, Kevin Murrell, Karen Murrell Nov 2005

Balancing Two Vocations: Marriage And Medicine In A Culture Of Life, Kevin Murrell, Karen Murrell

The Linacre Quarterly

No abstract provided.


2015-11 - Ipulse, Ipulse Staff Nov 2005

2015-11 - Ipulse, Ipulse Staff

Student Newspapers

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Trouble Brewing? Eu And Member-State Public Health Policy And The European Beer Industry, Pamela Camerra-Rowe Nov 2005

Trouble Brewing? Eu And Member-State Public Health Policy And The European Beer Industry, Pamela Camerra-Rowe

Faculty Publications

This paper explores the political response of one sector of the economy – European beer brewing – to these new challenges. Beer brewing is an important industry in Europe. Europe is home to five of the six largest global beer producers. European beer brewers account for 60% of the world’s beer exports and 30% of global beer production. The European brewers are represented in Brussels by the Brewers of Europe (BoE), which is a confederation of 21 national associations and represents approximately 90% of beer producers in the EU-25. During the past few years, the brewers have restructured their trade association ...


Designing And Operating Safe And Secure Transit Systems: Assessing Current Practices In The United States And Abroad, Mti Report 04-05, Brian D. Taylor, Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, Robin Liggett, Camille Fink, Martin Wachs, Ellen Cavanagh, Christopher Cherry, Peter J. Haas Nov 2005

Designing And Operating Safe And Secure Transit Systems: Assessing Current Practices In The United States And Abroad, Mti Report 04-05, Brian D. Taylor, Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, Robin Liggett, Camille Fink, Martin Wachs, Ellen Cavanagh, Christopher Cherry, Peter J. Haas

Mineta Transportation Institute Publications

Public transit systems around the world have for decades served as a principal venue for terrorist acts. Today, transit security is widely viewed as an important public policy issue and is a high priority at most large transit systems and at smaller systems operating in large metropolitan areas. Research on transit security in the United States has mushroomed since 9/11; this study is part of that new wave of research. This study contributes to our understanding of transit security by (1) reviewing and synthesizing nearly all previously published research on transit terrorism; (2) conducting detailed case studies of transit ...


October 31, 2005, James Madison University Oct 2005

October 31, 2005, James Madison University

The Breeze, 2000-2009

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