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Third Practice Electroacoustic Music Festival, Department Of Music, University Of Richmond Nov 2017

Third Practice Electroacoustic Music Festival, Department Of Music, University Of Richmond

Music Department Concert Programs

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Women's Chorale And Schola Cantorum, Department Of Music, University Of Richmond Apr 2017

Women's Chorale And Schola Cantorum, Department Of Music, University Of Richmond

Music Department Concert Programs

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Women's Chorale And Schola Cantorum, Department Of Music, University Of Richmond Apr 2017

Women's Chorale And Schola Cantorum, Department Of Music, University Of Richmond

Music Department Concert Programs

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Shakers And Jerkers: Letters From The "Long Walk," 1805, Part I, Douglas L. Winiarski Jan 2017

Shakers And Jerkers: Letters From The "Long Walk," 1805, Part I, Douglas L. Winiarski

Religious Studies Faculty Publications

Reports of a bizarre new religious phenomenon made their way over the mountains from Tennessee during the summer and fall of 1804. For several years, readers in the eastern states had been eagerly consuming news of the Great Revival, the powerful succession of Presbyterian sacramental festivals and Methodist camp meetings that played a formative role in the development of the southern Bible Belt and the emergence of early American evangelicalism. Letters from the frontier frequently included vivid descriptions of the so-called “falling exercise,” in which the bodies of revival converts crumpled to the ground during powerful sermon performances on the ...


From New York To The World : The American Jewish Committee And The Meaning Of India, 1945-1956, Ryan Charles Mcevoy Jan 2017

From New York To The World : The American Jewish Committee And The Meaning Of India, 1945-1956, Ryan Charles Mcevoy

Honors Theses

In the 1940s and early 1950s, the American Jewish Committee (AJC) sought to develop an international vision in response to a world in flux. This project represents the first attempt to triangulate the relationship between India, Israel, and Jewish-American civil society, employing the case of India as a means for understanding the way in which the AJC shaped its worldview in the decade after World War II. Although Americans had been in contact with India well before the war, the AJC brought with it a unique lens for constructing meaning out of a new postcolonial space. A variety of factors ...